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Miami, Florida / Versace Murder #376519

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 15, 1997
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The murder of Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace murder in front of his Miami Beach house featured; scenes shown from the crime site. [WITNESS - describes the murder scene.] [Miami Beach police Chief Robert BARRETO - says the shooting was not random.]

(Miami Beach: Jim Axelrod) The possible involvement of serial killer Andrew Cunanan in the Versace murder examined; picture shown. [WITNESS, BARRETO, FBI spokeswoman Anne FIGUEIRAS, tour guide Michael HUGHES - comment on the killing.] [From an interview, VERSACE - talks about money.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(London: Mark Phillips) Versace's designing career reviewed; fashion scenes shown. [VERSACE - talks about his designs.] [Elle magazine Claudia NAVONE, fashion writer Michael GROSS - talk about Versace's connection to the Mafia; comment.]

Axelrod, Jim;
Phillips, Mark;
Rather, Dan

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