NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 31, 1995
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Union, SC: Bob Dotson) The impact of the Susan Smith murder trial on the town of Union, SC, examined. [RESIDENTS - say they are glad the trial is over and want to resume their lives.] [Radio DISC JOCKEY - comments on the shock of finding out that Smith's stepfather had sexually molested her.] [Susan's teacher Deborah GREEN - talks about former sheriff William Jolly's deliberate obstruction of any investigation by social worker Jenny Ward into the sexual abuse.] [WARD - comments.] [Minister Dr. Thomas CURRIE - preaches.] [Sheriff Howard WELLS, RESIDENTS, psychiatrist Dr. Harold MORGAN, Curtis JACKSON - comment on various aspects of all that has happened in Union.]