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Washington / Green River Murders #89150

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 23, 1984
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(Studio) Discovery of latest victims of WA's mass murderer, dubbed the Green River Killer, reported.
REPORTER: Ted Koppel

(King Cnty., WA) Background to Green River murders, apparently beginning in 1982, reviewed; films shown. Similarities among victims outlined; photos shown. [Police Captain Frank ADAMSON - notes implications of killings for WA.] Community's various reactions, include claims that police haven't been diligent due to most victims being prostitutes, discussed. [Victim's father Robert MILLS - feels authorities would have captured killer had he murdered policeman's daughter.] [Police spokesperson Bob KEPPEL - explains difficulty in catching mass murderers.]
REPORTER: Ken Kashiwahara

Kashiwahara, Ken;
Koppel, Ted

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