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Washington, DC / Sniper Trials / Malvo #741483

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 10, 2003
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(Los Angeles: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Chesapeake, Virginia: Thalia Assuras) The proceedings in the trial of Washington, DC, area sniper suspect Lee Malvo for the murder of Linda Franklin reviewed; details given of the defense attorneys’ argument that Malvo was brainwashed by accomplice John Muhammad. [Defense attorney Craig COOLEY†- says Muhammad was very effective.] [Prosecutor Robert HORAN†- says Malvo & Muhammad were a team.] [CBS News legal analyst Andrew COHEN†- says the prosecutors hold all the cards.] [Andrea Yates’ former defense attorney Wendell ODOM†- comments on the possibility of an insanity plea for Malvo.]

Rather, Dan;
Assuras, Thalia

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