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Veterans Administration Hospital / Nurses / Multiple Murders #488730

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 17, 1976
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(Studio) 2 Philippine nurses, charged with multiple murders in Ann Arbor, Michigan, arraigned.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Detroit, Michigan) Miss Filipina Narciso and Mrs. Leonora Perez charged on several counts of murder; details given. Veterans Administration hospital in Michigan reported several suspicious deaths last year Deaths believed caused by Pavulon. [September 1975 film of VA hospital shown.] [Assistant United States attorney Richard DELONIS - says defendants probably administered drugs deliberately.] Miss Narciso claims she's innocent.
REPORTER: Eric Burns

(Chicago, Illinois) Drawings of courtroom. procedures shown. Mrs. Perez requests she be freed because of pregnancy; judge denies request. Perez characterized.
REPORTER: Mike Jackson (No artist given)

Brinkley, David;
Burns, Eric;
Jackson, Mike

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