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Inside Story (BTK Re-Emergence) #751309

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 25, 2004
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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.

(Wichita, Kansas: Bob McNamara) The renewed hunt in Wichita, Kansas, for the serial killer BTK, who has resurfaced after 25 years, boasting of another murder, featured; details recalled of the killings in the 1970s; footage shown; scenes shown of the killer’s letter to the “Wichita Eagle” newspaper, which boasted about the 1986 murder of Vicki Wegerle†. [Newspaper reporter Hurst LAVIANA†- says most people thought he was dead or imprisoned.] [Wichita police department Lt. Ken LANDWEHR†- says we do believe BTK is in Wichita.] [Former FBI profiler Gregg McCRARY†- speculates about the killer.] [Author Robert BEATTIE†- notes BTK is dangerous.]

Reporter(s):
Roberts, John;
McNamara, Bob
Duration:
00:02:10

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