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Friday Follow (Fatal Flaw) #571922

NBC Evening News for Friday, Oct 19, 1990
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Fort Bragg, North Carolina: Brad Willis) Appeal in "fatal vision" murder case of Green Beret Dr. Jeffrey MacDonald featured; details given from original trial and of new evidence obtained through Freedom of Information Act; charges that prosecutor Brian Murtaugh withheld evidence noted; scenes shown from television movie "Fatal Vision", 1979 trial and May 1982 confession of Helena Stoeckley. [MacDONALD, defense lawyer Harvey SILVERGLATE, former police officer Everett BEASLEY - comment on MacDonald's claims that drug-crazed hippies killed family.]

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Brokaw, Tom;
Willis, Brad

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