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Wichita, Kansas / BTK Serial Killings / Rader / Unsolved Killings #781793

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 01, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The charges against Dennis Rader, arrested for the BTK serial killings in Wichita, Kansas, outlined; scenes shown from the video link hearing.

(Hutchinson, Kansas: David Mattingly) The possible link of unsolved murders in Kansas to the BTK killings examined; details given about the cold cases of Gayle Sorensen of Hutchinson, Sherry Baker† & Linda Casey‡ in neighboring counties; scenes shown from the Sorensen crime scene. [In a parking lot & in fields, Reno County Sheriff Randy HENDERSON - says Gayle may have been abducted here; outlines common links in her case.] [Former FBI agent profiler Candice DELONG†- notes the limited geography of most serial slayings.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Wichita, Kansas: Frank Buckley) Rader's background featured. [Rader friend George MARTIN - talks about Dennis, who worked with the Scout troop.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) An account from the son of a BTK murder victim presented. [On "Paula Zahn Now," Steve RELFORD†- recounts what happened to his mother & the other innocent folks.]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Mattingly, David;
Buckley, Frank
Duration:
00:10:00

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