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Sunday Spotlight (Science, Crime & Civil Liberties) #779749

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 16, 2005
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(Studio: Terry Moran) The DNA dragnet in Truro, Massachusetts, in an effort to solve the January 2002, murder of fashion writer Christa Worthington featured; scenes shown from the town; details given of the constitutionality of collecting DNA samples. [Baby's father Tony JACKETT†- describes what happened.] [Male residents Fred SIMONEN, Jerrid BEARSE, James STEWART†; district attorney Michael O'KEEFE†, ACLU Barry STEINHARDT†, defense attorney Barry SCHECK††- offer views on the DNA collection program.]

Moran, Terry

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