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Talk Tonight (Atlanta Child Murders / Graham Interview) #789736

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 07, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Taped interview held with Dekalb County, Georgia, police Chief Louis Graham†, about his decision to reopen the Atlanta child murder case for which Wayne Williams was convicted in 1982; photos shown of victims Patrick Baltazar†, Curtis Walker†, Joseph Bell† & William Barrett†; poem written by Baltazar’s 5th grade class at Bethune Elementary School quoted. [GRAHAM – says we will have young officers with fresh ideas & investigative skills to look at the closed cases; states he doesn’t think Williams did anything; reacts to the poem.] Last Call question introduced.

Lin, Carol

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