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Waco, Texas / Dennehy Murder Case / Bliss Tape #735654

CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 18, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Waco, Texas: Ed Lavandera) The investigation in Waco, Texas, into the attempts by former Baylor University basketball coach Dave Bliss to level drug charges against murdered basketball player Patrick Dennehy to cover up NCAA violations featured; details from a "Waco Tribune-Herald" transcript of the taped conversation between Bliss & a player. [Player's father Richard GUINN†- expresses outrage over what Bliss is doing to the boys.] [Baylor investigating committee Kirk WATSON†- says it was a betrayal.] [Dennehy's girlfriend Jessica de la ROSA†- says she is not surprised there was a cover-up.]

Brown, Aaron;
Lavandera, Ed

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