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Delaware / Capano Murder Case #626727

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 17, 1999
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(Studio: Len Cannon) Report introduced.

(Wilmington: Rehema Ellis) The verdict in the trial of Delaware attorney Thomas Capano for the murder of his mistress, Anne Marie Fahey, featured; scenes shown of Capano. [Victim's brother Robert FAHEY, defense attorney Joseph OTERI, prosecutor Colm CONNOLLY - talk about the Capano case.] The prosecution's case based on circumstantial evidence and Capano's accusations against his other mistress, Deborah McIntyre, reviewed.

Reporter(s):
Cannon, Len;
Ellis, Rehema
Duration:
00:01:50

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