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Florida /Bundy Trial / Chi Omega Murders #60020

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jun 11, 1979
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(Studio) Beginning of Theodore Robert Bundy's murder trial noted; murders of Florida State Univ. student recalled. Bundy also reported suspect on numerous other murders and disappearances of women.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Tallahassee, Florida) Details given of murders Bundy's suspected of committing; photos shown. Florida State Chi Omega sorority house attack on 5 coeds, in which Margaret Bowman and Lisa Levy died, recalled; necessity for judge to determine Bundy's mental competence to stand trial noted. [Psychiatrist Dr. Emanuel TENEY - testifies.] [Judge Edward COWART - finds Bundy competent.] [BUNDY - moves to have court-appointed attorney dismissed.] [COWART - denies motion.] Bundy's request for change of venue and judge's consideration of such cited.
REPORTER: Rebecca Chase

Chase, Rebecca;
Reynolds, Frank

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