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A Closer Look (Fatal Errors) #788998

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 04, 2005
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer look at a series of murders that could have been prevented; map shown of the five states where Jeremy Jones is suspected of committing multiple murders.

(Atlanta: Mike von Fremd) The problems with the FBI's identification of Jones's fingerprints that led to his release & further killings examined; photos shown of 2004 victims Katherine Collins†, Amanda Greenwell & Lisa Nichols†. [Douglas, Georgia, County police Chief Stan COPELAND†- expresses frustration.] [Widower Rob ENDRES†- says they had chances to identify Jones.] The FBI statement in defense of its fingerprint data system quoted.

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Last year's case in which Portland, Oregon, attorney Brandon Mayfield was misidentified by the FBI in the Madrid, Spain, train bombing recalled.

Gibson, Charles;
von Fremd, Mike

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