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Focus (Crime: Garcia Death Penalty Case) #608872

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 14, 1996
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Carol Marin) The story of Guinevere Garcia, who wishes to be executed for the murder of her husband George, despite efforts by human rights activists to have her sentence appealed, presented; Garcia's tragic life reviewed; photos shown. [GARCIA, Amnesty International Bianca JAGGER - comment on her case.] [George Garcia's nephew John GUZMAN - recalls his uncle's personality.] October 29 protest against the death penalty in Illinois shown. [Death penalty opponent Jed STONE, prosecutor Tom IPAC, Garcia's attorney Manos KAVVADIAS - offer differing opinions on whether Gwen Garcia is a victim.]

Reporter(s):
Marin, Carol;
Vargas, Elizabeth
Duration:
00:04:20

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