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Jasper, Texas / Byrd Murder / Berry Trial / CBS Subpoena #385005

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 10, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Jasper, Texas: Bob McNamara) The trial of Shawn Berry for his role in the hate crime murder of James Byrd, Junior, in Jasper, Texas, reported; details given of the turning over of unbroadcast cuts from the CBS interview with Berry to prosecutors; courtroom sketches shown. [Defense attorney Lum HAWTHORNE - calls Berry a "nice kid".] [Victim's sister Stella BRUMLEY - says all three involved should get the same sentence.] [Prosecutor Guy James GRAY - comments.] [Attorney for CBS Mike RAIFF - says CBS has posted a transcript on the Web page.] (Artist: Pat Lopez)

McNamara, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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