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New Jersey / Child Murder Case #868734

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 12, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Report introduced.

(Jersey City, New Jersey: Allan Chernoff) The outrage of La Shawn McCoy†, whose 2-year-old son was murdered by his father, Curtis Williams, featured; courtroom scenes shown; details given about Williams’s story that he lost the boy in Newark, New Jersey, in 1989 and the plea deal which allowed him to go free. [In court, McCOY – speaks of her pain; rails at Williams.] [Assistant prosecutor Deborah SIMON†- comments on making a deal with the devil.] [New Jersey superior court Judge Peter VAZQUEZ†- comments on the arrangement.] [Defense attorney Jeffrey JABLONSKI†- says justice has been done.]

Sanchez, Rick;
Chernoff, Allan

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