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Atlanta Murders #518768

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 27, 1981
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(Studio) Atlanta, Georgia, judge reported ordering all those involved in trial of Wayne Williams to stop talking to reporters; Williams recalled chgd. with 2 of city's child killings. Details given.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Atlanta, Georgia) Newspaper report claiming witnesses saw Williams with Nathaniel Cater, 1 of 2 men for whose murder Williams was indicted, said catalyst to Judge Clarence Cooper's order; details given. City's organization of Safe Summer program discussed. [CHILDREN - believe program is necessary next year to prevent killings.]
REPORTER: Bonnie Erbe

Erbe, Bonnie;
Mudd, Roger

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