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In Depth (American Justice System) #610501

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 23, 1996
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The issue of thousands of Americans wrongly convicted of crimes introduced.

(Atlanta: Kenley Jones) The case of the 1971 death of Matt Golder that was initially attributed to his sister, Tracy Rhame, and now may have been due to abuse from his stepfather John Sandlin. [Prosecutor Lee Anne MANGONE, Dr. Joe BURTON - comment on the Golder death.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Jim Cummins) The case of Brownsville, Texas, socialite Susan Mowbray, who was convicted in 1987 of the murder of her second husband, reviewed. [Prosecutor Luis SINES, inmate Susan MOWBRAY, son law student Wade MOWBRAY, attorney Robert FORD - talk about the Mowbray murder case and new evidence.]

Reporter(s):
Cummins, Jim;
Jones, Kenley;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:04:50

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