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New Sweden, Maine / Arsenic Poisoning Mystery #727662

CBS Evening News for Saturday, May 03, 2003
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(New Sweden, Maine: Jim Acosta) The events in the arsenic poisoning case at the Gustaf Adolph Lutheran Church in New Sweden, Maine, featured; details given about the linked shooting death of church member farmer Daniel Bondeson††. [Maine state police Col. Michael SPERRY†- says we have information linking Bondeson to the church crime; notes there is an abundance of arsenic around this farm country.] [Bondeson's cousin Steve SANDSTROM†- says Bondeson talked to himself.] [Resident Dave ANDERSON†- comments on the community.]

Reporter(s):
Mitchell, Russ;
Acosta, Jim
Duration:
00:02:00

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