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Michigan / Grant Murder Case / Sheriff's Interview #854279

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 06, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Michigan case in which Stephen Grant murdered and dismembered his wife, Tara, reviewed; photos shown; details given of the manhunt for Stephen Grant after the body was found. [Macomb County Sheriff Mark HACKEL†- talks about the missing persons case; explains how Steven killed his wife.] [Tara's sister Alicia STANDERFER†- talks about her missing sister and her murder.] [GRANT - comments on the search for his missing wife.] [Prosecutor Eric SMITH†- comments on the evidence found in the woods.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Sheriff Hackel about the murder. [HACKEL - says no motive has been established in the first degree murder case; recalls how the suspicions against Grant mounted as he spoke to the media.]

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