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Eye On America (Crime: Williams and Simpson Juries) #359122

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 26, 1994
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(Los Angeles: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Deborah Norville) The Wayne Williams murder trial for the deaths of 29 children in Atlanta between July, 1979 and May, 1981 recalled. [Two CHILDREN - express their fears.] [June 21, 1981, Atlanta OFFICIAL - announces the arrest of Williams.] [WILLIAMS - discusses his recollections with regard to his arrest and trial.] [Williams trial juror Mike DURHAM - discusses his selection and experience as a juror.] [Williams trial attorney Mary WELCOME - recalls the lack of time or money to evaluate jurors for Williams' trial and states by comparison how sophisticated the jury selection process for the O.J. Simpson trial appears to be.] [Williams trial prosecutor Joseph DROLET - believes it possible that some potential Simpson jurors might have ulterior motives for wanting to be selected.]

Chung, Connie;
Norville, Deborah

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