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FBI Manhunt #89775

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 05, 1984
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REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(Miami, Florida) FBI manhunt for Christopher Bernard Wilder as suspect in disappearance of Michele Korfman Sunday and rapes, abductions and/or murders of other young women ntnwide. in past 6 weeks examined; Wilder's background described. Photos shown. [WOMAN - describes Wilder's personality.] Wilder's recent participation in Miami Grand Prix auto race recalled; scenes shown courtesy Spanish TV. Disappearance on race day of Rosario Gonzalez, race employee and photographer's model for Wilder noted. [Victim's fiancee William LONDOS - recalls Gonzalez.] Disappearances of other women seen with Wilder, incl. Beth Kenyon, discussed; FBI charge against Wilder noted. [FBI spokesperson Oliver REVELL - describes common characteristics of Wilder's alleged victims.]

Jennings, Peter

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