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Fear of Crime / Polec Murder / Teens #365795

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 11, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Philadelphia: Jacqueline Adams) The opening of a the Eddie Polec murder trial in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, outlined. [PROSECUTOR - says he has never seen a worst beating death.] [Defense attorney John McMAHON - comments.] [Eddie's PARENTS - say the six teens who beat their son to death must face consequences.] (Artist: Susan Schary)

(Studio: Dan Rather) Results of a survey of teens' fear of crime given.

(Chicago: Frank Currier) Sixteen-year-old Richard Carter's recounting of life in the ghetto of Chicago featured. [CARTER - says he is afraid he will get shot at school; says he has to stay in the house.] [Richard's mother Maggie CARTER - says they're not gonna mess with my son.] [Chicago Police Department Eric DAVIS - comments.]

Reporter(s):
Adams, Jacqueline;
Currier, Frank;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:05:10

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