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Atlanta Child Murders / Williams Case Reopening #789797

CNN Evening News for Sunday, May 08, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Sara Dorsey) The reopening of the Atlanta child murders case, for which Wayne Williams was convicted in 1982, by Dekalb County police Chief Louis Graham† featured; details recalled of the murders of 29 African American boys & young men; photos shown of victims Patrick Baltazar†, Curtis Walker†, Joseph Bell† & William Barrett†, whose cold cases will be reopened. [Former prosecutor Joseph DROLET†- mentions fibers & other evidence linking Williams to the victims.] [Williams’ defense attorney Michael JACKSON†- disputes the fiber evidence.] [GRAHAM – says he doesn’t think Williams is responsible for anything.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Upcoming story previewed

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol;
Dorsey, Sara
Duration:
00:03:10

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