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Inside Story (Janklow Trial) #742897

CBS Evening News for Monday, Dec 01, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Cynthia Bowers) The criminal and political implications of the manslaughter trial of South Dakota Representative Bill Janklow, who caused the death of motorcyclist Randy Scott†† while speeding, examined; details given about the potential impact of the case on the balance of power in Congress. [South Dakota RESIDENT – says Janklow has been good for the state.] [In 1999, then-Governor JANKLOW – admits to speeding.] [Rejected JUROR – says Janklow is guilty.] [Political analyst Stuart ROTHENBERG†- notes the political impact if Janklow does not seek re-election.]

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Bowers, Cynthia
Duration:
00:01:50

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