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Fort Bragg, North Carolina / Soldiers’ Wives Murders #706615

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 26, 2002
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Fort Bragg, North Carolina: Don Teague) The murders at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, of four soldiers’ wives by their husbands featured; details given of the stress of combat on soldiers. [Victim Andrea Floyd’s co-worker Vanessa ROWLAND†- says everything had seemed fine.] [Sheriff Earl BUTLER††- says the nature of the soldiers’ training has a lot to do with the killings.] [Fort Bragg garrison commander Col. Addison DAVIS†, women’s shelter volunteer C.J. MALSON††, army chaplain Jerome HABEREK††- comment on the murders and the pressures on soldiers.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Teague, Don

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