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Atlanta Murders #71266

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 23, 1981
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(Studio) Miami woman's claim that former friend is involved in Atlanta's child murders said leading to yesterday's announcement by Congress for Racial Equality director Roy Innis.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Atlanta, Georgia) Police and FBI reported investigating Innis' claim that he knows identification of man involved in killings; background to situation recalled. [Yesterday, INNIS - says suspect is under surveillance.] Denial of parents that they had seen Innis' information noted. [WOMAN - cites no. of publicity seekers appearing in Atlanta.] [Urban Crisis Center spokesperson Dr. Charles KING - questions Innis' motives.] Alleged police response to Innis' information reported.
REPORTER: Bob Sirkin (WSB film/tape)

Robinson, Max;
Sirkin, Bob

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