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Kansas City, Missouri / "Precious Doe" Murder Case #789145

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 05, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Kansas City, Missouri: Drew Griffin) The solution to the mystery of the murder of young "Precious Doe," whose headless nude body was found four years ago, presented; scenes shown from the park in Kansas City of the community remembering the girl now identified as Erica Green††; details given of the murder charges against her mother & stepfather. ["Precious Doe" Committee's Annette JOHNSON - shows where the body was found & why she was so named; talks about speculating about her background; expresses her feelings about the little girl.] [Kansas City police Chief Jim CORWIN†- says "Precious Doe" has a name.] [Jackson County prosecutor Mike SANDERS†- explains why she was murdered.]

Brown, Aaron;
Griffin, Drew

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