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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The escape of Brian Nichols from the Atlanta courthouse after the three shootings reviewed; scenes shown from outside the courthouse, where he shot deputy Hoyt Teasley, the parking garages, where Nichols began a carjacking spree & then took the train; details given of the massive search for a car that really did not leave the garage & his killing of customs agent David Wilhelm. [Witness Wanda TAPLIN- recounts what happened as she went into the parking garage.] ["Atlanta Journal-Constitution" reporter Don O'BRIANT- recounts being carjacked & hit by Nichols.] [Atlanta police chief Richard PENNINGTON- say we must first find the car; outlines the hunt.] [Former FBI agent Don CLARK- describes the chaos of the early investigation.] [Georgia Bureau of Investigation Vernon KEENAN- announces the eventual finding of the Honda in the parking garage.]
- Brown, Aaron
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