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Killer Fugitive / McNair's Crimes & Escapes / Walsh Interview (Part II) #836588

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jul 06, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of fugitive killer Richard McNair re-introduced; scenes shown from a police car dashboard camera taken last April.

(Alexandria, Louisiana: Susan Roesgen) McNair's criminal background & life on the run featured; scenes shown from McNair's hometown of Duncan, Oklahoma, the maximum security prison he escaped from in Louisiana, of the policeman chatting with the escapee & letting him go. [Resident Vicki VRIONES†- talks about small town people.] [US Marshal Glen BELLGARDE‡- says his life is about chasing McNair.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with "America's Most Wanted" John Walsh about McNair. [WALSH - says McNair is extremely dangerous, was a flight risk & was also let go by the Canadian police; explains how McNair used FBI secret confidential records to plan his last escape.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Roesgen, Susan

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