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Winnetka, Illinois / Shootings #321337

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 22, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Report introduced.

(Winnetka, Illinois: Frank Currier) Church services here following shooting death of Nicholas Corwin and wounding of other school children in Friday's shooting rampage by Laurie Dann reported [MINISTER - comments.] Dann's sending of poisoned food to various sites noted. [Police chief Herbert TIMM - explains her delivery of poison package] [Student Wayne HILL - calls incident bizarre.] Dann reported leaving poisoned food at fraternity hses. on Northwestern Univ. campus. [Student Scott MYERS - says there was arsenic in food.] Dann's activities at University of Wisconsin in Madison reviewed. [Student Julie DOPPELT - explains incident involving Dann.] [Northwestern Univ. psychiatrist Dr. Harold VISOTSKY - says she was limping psychologically.]

Currier, Frank;
Spencer, Susan

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