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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 11, 2003
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(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Report introduced.

(Galveston, Texas: Ed Lavandera) The verdict in the trial of millionaire Robert Durst, who was charged with murdering his neighbor, Morris Black, & then cutting up the corpse, featured; scenes shown from the Galveston courtroom. [Jurors Joanne GONGORA†, Robbie CLARAC†, Deborah WARREN†, Chris LOVELL†- explain the jury's reasoning about how Black met his death.] [Prosecutor Kurt SISTRUNK†- comments on Durst.] The bail-jumping charges facing Durst mentioned.

(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live interview held with "New York Daily News" reporter Rick Pienciak about the Durst trial. [From Galveston, PIENCIAK - outlines Durst's background, the disappearance of his first wife in 1982, Durst's move to Galveston dressed as a woman, the dismemberment of the body after Black was killed by Durst, how the prosecutor had a hard time disproving Durst's account, the looney tunes mode of the jury deliberations.]

Blitzer, Wolf;
Lavandera, Ed

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