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Seattle, Washington / Green River Murders / Ridgway #741233

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 05, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Seattle: John Blackstone) The confession of Gary Ridgway to murdering 48 women in Seattle beginning in the 1980s featured; courtroom scenes shown; details given of the controversy over Ridgway’s plea bargain to avoid the death penalty. [Prosecutor Jeff BAIRD†- reads Ridgway’s confession.] [Victim Pammy Avent†’s brother Seraun FORD†- comments.] [Prosecutor Norm MALENG†- addresses the plea bargain.] [Victim Marie Malvar†’s brother Jose MALVAR†- says Ridgway should die.] [University of Washington law professor John JUNKER†- questions the law sparing Ridgway’s life.]

Rather, Dan;
Blackstone, John

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