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Miami, Florida / Cunanan Manhunt / Gay Community #376627

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 20, 1997
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(Miami Beach: Jim Axelrod) The ongoing manhunt in Florida for murderer Anthony Cunanan featured; scenes shown from Miami. [Miami Beach police chief Richard BARRETO, Florida department of law enforcement Doyle JOURDAN, Miami Beach resident Michael HUGHES, AIDS counselor Michael DUDLEY, San Diego Gay and Lesbian Times Nicole RAMIREZ-MURRAY - talk and worry about Cunanan and his motivation.]

(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.

(New York: Troy Roberts) The gay communities' criticism of the FBI's handling of the Cunanan case reviewed; examples cited from several cities and of other cases. [WOMAN, Fire Island hotel employee Justin WILDER, New York City gay and lesbian activist Christine QUINN, black community activist Jeannetta ROBINSON, Northeastern University James FOX - comment on minority groups and their relations with law enforcement.]

Reporter(s):
Axelrod, Jim;
Mason, Anthony;
Roberts, Troy
Duration:
00:04:30

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