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Fugate Parole #489013

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 08, 1976
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(Studio) Caril Fugate recs. parole.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(York, Nebraska) 1958 KMTV film shows Fugate, 14, at her arrest for killing 10 people in Nebraska and Wyoming with her boyfriend, Charles Starkweather, 19. Starkweather executed. Fugate sent to prison for life. Fugate is now 32; never broke a prison rule in 18 years [FUGATE - says would like to be hsewife. and help teenage children.] No one testified against giving parole. Bd. grants Fugate parole' set for June 20. She'll move to Michigan and rec. new name and new job. [FUGATE - feels sorry for those who've hated her for 18 years]
REPORTER: Mike Jackson

Jackson, Mike;
Kalber, Floyd

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