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Broussard / Murder Trial #524654

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jul 15, 1982
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(Studio) Trial of Jacques Broussard for Milpitas, California, murder last fall, reported Many teenagers recalled having seen body of victim, without telling authorities.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(Milpitas, California) Death of Marcy Conrad last November recalled. photograph of body shown. [Mark FOWLKES - recalls Broussard showing him the body.] Parents' concerns noted. [Milpitas Mayor James RODGERS - believes town no different from others.] [GIRL - says friends do not tell on friends.] Video game parlor shown. [Tina GARCIA - says reputation school has gotten is unfair.] [MAN - believes the few have unfairly branded the majority.] [FOWLKES - doesn't know what he'd do if it happened again.] Attitude of town described.
REPORTER: Dennis Murphy

Brokaw, Tom;
Murphy, Dennis

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