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Strachan Manslaughter Case #582989

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 05, 1991
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(New York: Gary Matsumoto) LeRoy Strachan's manslaughter case featured; scenes shown of crime scene and of Strachan in jail. Strachan's killing of police officer John Millege in Miami 45 years ago and his subsequent move to New York City to evade authorities recalled. [Son Frederick STRACHAN, Miami police det. George CADAVID, STRACHAN - comment.] Strachan's February 1990 arrest by Miami police and subsequent confession and jailing reported. [Victim's niece Pauline BROWN - says Strachan served his time.] Strachan's plea bargain and sentence noted. [Strachan's attorney Ron KUBY - says everyone's interests were served in the sentencing.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Matsumoto, Gary

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