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Atlanta, Georgia / Courthouse Killings / Nichols Capture #783075

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 12, 2005
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(Studio: Dean Reynolds) The capture in Georgia of escaped gunman Brian Nichols, who killed three people {photos shown} at the Fulton County courthouse, introduced.

(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) How Nichols was found & captured reviewed; scenes shown from the apartment complex where he held a woman captive & later surrendered; details given of the fourth killing of Customs agent David Wilhelm. [Gwinnett County police Chief Charles WALTERS†- comments on the murder of a police officer.] [Georgia Bureau of Investigation director Vernon KEENAN†- explains he was surrounded & surrendered.] [US attorney for northern district of Georgia David NAHAMIAS†- says we will bring him to justice.] [Nichols attorney Barry HAZEN†- expresses his own emotions.] How the murder of a federal agent affects the law in the Nichols case discussed.

Reynolds, Dean;
Osunsami, Steve

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