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Rap Sheet / Peterson Murder Trial / Weintraub, Murphy Interviews #766280

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 19, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Redwood, California: Rusty Dornin) The Scott Peterson murder trial in California reviewed; courtroom sketches by Vicki Behringer shown; details given of the reaction to the presentation of autopsy photos of Peterson’s wife, Laci, and unborn son. [Legal expert Dean JOHNSON†- cites evidence disputing the theory that Laci was killed by a satanic cult.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Jayne Weintraub† and former prosecutor Wendy Murphy† about the Kobe Bryant rape case and the Martha Stewart case. [MURPHY, WEINTRAUB – comment on the impact of the leak of a transcript of Bryant’s interview with police in which he offered to settle with the accuser; talk about Stewart’s decision to go to prison early.]

Lin, Carol;
Dornin, Rusty

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