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(Studio: Dan Rather) A September shooting in Silver Spring, Maryland, linked to the October killing spree of Washington, DC, area sniper suspects John Muhammad & John Malvo, and investigations of unsolved murders in eight other states to check for connections to the suspects reported.
(Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Bob McNamara) The investigation into the growing number of crimes connected to Muhammad & Malvo featured; details given about the murder in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, of Hong Im Ballenger, of the possibility of a third suspect involved in the Montgomery, Alabama, liquor store murder and of a phone call made to Rockville, Maryland, police; audiotape of call played. [Victim’s husband Jim BALLENGER- says he suspected Muhammad & Malvo.] [Store employee Sharla GREENWOOD- says Muhammad & Malvo made her uncomfortable.] [Montgomery police Chief John WILSON- says the story is an unfolding nightmare.]
- Rather, Dan;
- McNamara, Bob
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