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Buffalo, New York / Capozzi Case #863375

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 31, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(New York: Jim Acosta) The pending release from prison of Anthony Capozzi†, who was convicted of 2 rapes in Buffalo, New York, in 1985, after DNA testing proved his innocence featured; details given about a recently-discovered DNA sample linking “Bike Path Rapist” Altemio Sanchez†† to the crimes. [Buffalo district attorney Frank CLARK†- says the victims believed they were identifying the right person.] [Capozzi’s attorney Thomas D’AGOSTINO†, sister Sharyn MILLER†- comment on Capozzi’s refusal to admit guilt.] [Father Albert CAPOZZI†- comments on the shame for the family.] [Mother Mary CAPOZZI†- reacts.]

Sanchez, Rick;
Acosta, Jim

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