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Rap Sheet / Peterson Case / Weintraub, Murphy Interviews #765705

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 12, 2004
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(Studio: Fredricka Whitfield) Report introduced.

(Redwood, California: Rusty Dornin) The Scott Peterson murder trial in California featured; details given of testimony by Peterson’s father, Lee Peterson, and other developments; courtroom sketches shown. [Legal analyst Dean JOHNSON†- says Lee Peterson humanized his son for the jury.]

(Studio: Fredricka Whitfield) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Jayne Weintraub† and former prosecutor Wendy Murphy† about the Peterson case and about the relationship between Mary Kay Letourneau†† and Vili Fualaau††, the former student she was accused of raping. [MURPHY, WEINTRAUB – argue about the discovery of a hair in Peterson’s boat that might come from murdered wife Laci; comment on the Letourneau situation.]

Whitfield, Fredricka;
Dornin, Rusty

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