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Seattle, Washington / Green River Murder / Ridgway / Rule Interview #741218

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 05, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Seattle: Gary Tuchman) The confession by Gary Ridgway to the Green River killings in Seattle in the 1980s featured; scenes shown from the courtroom; details given about his plea bargain deal to avoid the death penalty. [King County prosecuting attorney Jeff BAIRD†- reads from the written confession about killing prostitutes.] [Ridgway attorney Mark PROTHERO†- talks about open murder cases.] [Victim's mother Kathy MILLS†- reacts to the plea bargain.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with crime writer "Heart Full of Lies" author Ann Rule. [From Seattle, RULE - comments on Ridgway's ordinary look; outlines her role in passing information to the Green River task force; approves the plea bargain.]

Brown, Aaron;
Tuchman, Gary

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