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Wichita, Kansas / BTK Serial Killings / Rader's Code #781894

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 02, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Wichita: David Mattingly) The cryptic coded messages from the BTK serial killer in Wichita, Kansas, examined; scenes shown from the KAKE studio of the code letters. [MAN, KAKE anchor Jeff HERNDON†, assistant news director Dave GRANT†, "Wichita Eagle" Timothy ROGERS†- talk about the word code clues now released.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Daniel Sieberg) How data on a floppy computer disk was a key in cracking the BTK case examined. [Computer forensic expert John MALLERY†- explains that data remains after a file is deleted.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live in-studio interview held with John Jay College of Criminal Justice Dr. N.G. Berrill† about the BTK case. [BERRILL - says serial killers suffer from "grandiosity."]

Reporter(s):
Brown, Aaron;
Mattingly, David;
Sieberg, Daniel
Duration:
00:09:00

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