NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 27, 1984
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REPORTER: Tom Brokaw
(Dedham, Massachusetts) Murder trial of former Tufts Univ. professor William Douglas, accused of killing prostitute Robin Benedict, examined. [Judge Roger DONAHUE - questions Douglas.] [DOUGLAS - admits killing Benedict.] Background to case reviewed; photos shown. [Assistant district attorney John KIVLAN - presents state's argument.] [DOUGLAS - apologizes to Benedict's family.] [Defense attorney Thomas TROY - believes confession was cathartic for client.] Douglas said agreeing to help police locate Benedict's remains.
REPORTER: Nancy Fernandez
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