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Eye On America (Baton Rouge, Louisiana / Serial Killer) #707547

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 07, 2002
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.

(Baton Rouge: Bob McNamara) Fear among women in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, after a series of killings linked by DNA to the same man featured; photos shown of victims Gina Wilson Green††, Charlotte Murray Pace†† and Pam Kinamore†; scenes shown from a prayer vigil in Baton Rouge. [Baton Rouge resident Beverly BLAIR††- says she will buy a gun if she has to.] [On radio show, Governor Mike FOSTER†- offers self-defense tips.] [East Baton Rouge sheriff’s office Col. Mike BARNETT†- comments on the case.] [Kinamore’s husband Byron KINAMORE††, mother Lynne MARINO†- talk about Pam’s murder.] [Parent of LSU student Debbie MARINO†- says concerned parents should call the school or keep children home.]

McNamara, Bob;
Pelley, Scott

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