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Davis / Murder Conspiracy Arrest #500281

NBC Evening News for Monday, Aug 21, 1978
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(Studio) Not guilty verdict in trial of T. Cullen Davis on chgs. that he killed step-daughter recalled. His arrest for allegedly trying to arrange death of judge in his divorce trial reported
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Fort Worth, Texas) Background of various chgs. against Davis in connection with shootings at his home in Fort Worth after his divorce trial given. Films shown. FBI arrest of Davis on Sunday for allegedly trying to hire hitman to kill divorce court judge noted. [Fort Worth district attorney Tim CURRY - describes items confiscated during arrest.] Details of case given.
REPORTER: Bob Dotson (KXAS-TV, Fort Worth)

Brinkley, David

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