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Modesto, California / Peterson Case / Levy Case / Filippi Interview #727218

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 26, 2003
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A vigil in Modesto, California, for crime victims held in memory of slain mother-to-be Laci Peterson while her husband, Scott Peterson, is charged with double murder noted; scenes shown from the vigil. Live interview held with KFBK reporter Chris Filippi† about the media’s lack of interest since September 11 in the ongoing investigation of the murder of Modesto native Chandra Levy. [FILIPPI – reviews the status of the investigation into the Levy case; comments on the low profile of former Representative Gary Condit, who admitted to an affair with Levy; says everyone’s attention shifted after 9/11; talks about the announcement that prosecutors will seek the death penalty in the Peterson case.]

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