NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Sep 15, 1976
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(Studio) Mass murderer Richard Speck, who killed 8 nurses in Illinois in 1966, denied parole.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Joliet, Illinois) (Film of aftermath of killings in July, 1966 shown.) Details of killings and results of trial noted. Parole board hearing procedure cited. [Victim's father Joseph MATUSEK - says he feels same now as he did after killings.] [State parole board representative Peter KOTSOS - says board feels parole would lessen seriousness of crimes and not be deterrent to other such crimes.]
REPORTER: Mike Jackson
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