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Chicago, Illinois / Judge's Family's Murder #782372

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 05, 2005
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Carl Quintanilla) The funeral in Chicago for the murdered husband {Michael Lefkow} & mother {Donna Humphrey} of Judge Joan Humphrey Lefkow featured; scenes shown from the church with audio played of the service led by Harvard Episcopalian chaplain Rev. Jacqueline Schmitt†; sketches of two men shown; details given of the reward to entice informants. [Family friend Nancy NICHOLSON†- comments on how Joan is doing.] [Chicago police department Hiram GRAU†- says we are following leads.] [University of Chicago Dr. Jerry COYNE†- talks about DNA evidence.] [FBI agent Robert GRANT†- talks about security issues.] The tight security for Judge Lefkow noted. [US Marshal Kim WIDUP†- says we are taking precautions.]

Seigenthaler, John;
Quintanilla, Carl

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