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Atlanta, Georgia / Courthouse Shootings / A Review (Part IV: The Surrender) #783181

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 14, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The surrender of Brian Nichols after a day of murder reviewed; details given about the discussions between Nichols & his hostage, Ashley Smith; scenes shown from her apartment complex, where Nichols gave up. [SMITH - recounts her time with Nichols & him letting her leave.] [Gwinnett County SWAT team commander Maj. Bart HULSEY†- says Smith thought her way through.] [Gwinnett County police Charles WALTERS†, Georgia Bureau of Investigation Vernon KEENAN†- decribe what happened at the apartment complex as Nichols surrendered.] Photos shown of the four murder victims.

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