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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Elcord, Wisconsin: Gary Tuchman) The murder trial in Wisconsin for the husband of victim Julie Jensen, who was found dead at her home in late 1998, featured; scenes shown from Pleasant Prairie; details given about her death and the letter she left behind suggesting her suspicions about her husband, Mark's behavior. [Julie's brother Paul GRIFFIN- comments on Julie's case.] [In court, defense attorney Craig ALBEE- says Mark can be cleared because Julie poisoned herself.] [Reading her letter, prosector Robert JAMBOIS- says her husband would be the first suspect if....] [Neighbor Marion PACETTI - says Julie would not have killed herself.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Tuchman, Gary
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