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Muskogee, Oklahoma / Terrell, Bradley Sentencing #585065

NBC Evening News for Monday, Feb 17, 1992
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Muskogee, OK: Jim Cummins) Controversy in Muskogee, OK, over sentencing of two alleged attempted murderers featured. [Robin THOMAS - talks about incident where her boyfriend, Wylie Terrell, and his friend, Terry Bradley, tried to kill her.] Scenes of injured Thomas at hospital, petitions to county judge Jim Edmondson urging him to be lenient with Terrell and Bradley, shown. Sentence Edmondson gave Terrell and Bradley, sentence recommended by prosecutor Scott Allen noted. [EDMONDSON, ALLEN - give differing opinions on whether Terrell and Bradley intended to kill Thomas.] [Residents Carolyn STEPHENS, Connie HARJO - comment on sentencing.] Scenes shown of woman reading to crowd a petition for the judge to reconsider the sentences.

Brokaw, Tom;
Cummins, Jim

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