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Baton Rouge, Louisiana / Serial Killings #729376

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 27, 2003
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Bob McNamara) The manhunt in Atlanta for Derrick Lee††, accused of killing several women around Baton Rouge, Louisiana, featured; details given about the use of DNA evidence about Lee’s criminal history. [West Feliciana Parish Sheriff Austin DANIEL†- tells the killer his mother wants him to turn himself in.] [US Marshal Richard MECUM†- says we’re right behind him.] [Georgia Bureau of Investigation director Vernon KEENAN†- says we need to get him arrested.] [Victim Pam Kinamore’s mother Lynne MARINO†- says nothing will bring her daughter back.] [Louisiana attorney general Richard IEYOUB†- refuses to say why Lee was not picked up sooner.]

Smith, Harry;
McNamara, Bob

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