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Colorado / Masters Murder Case (Part II) #887942

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 20, 2008
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(Studio: Tony Harris) The developing story of a Colorado murder case re-introduced.

(Ft. Collins, Colorado: Drew Griffin) The startling revelations from police investigator Linda Wheeler-Holloway† about the conviction of Tim Masters, who has been locked up for eight years, featured; Masters' drawings that may have linked him to the murder of Peggy Hettrick†† in 1987 shown. [WHEELER-HOLLOWAY - says there was no new evidence in 1999.] [Attorney Erik FISCHER†- comments.] [Special prosecutor Don QUICK†- comments on the significance of the original evidence; says new DNA evidence requires a vacation of the original conviction and sentence.]

Harris, Tony;
Griffin, Drew

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