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Duke University / Rape Case #914506

FNC Evening News for Friday, Dec 15, 2006
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(New York: Shepard Smith) The rape case against members of the Duke University lacrosse team and the judge’s orders for the 3 suspects to take a paternity test for the accuser’s unborn baby reported. Last night’s report that the accuser already gave birth revised. [Defense lawyer Joe CHESHIRE†- says it’s impossible for any of the suspects to be the baby’s father.]

(Durham, North Carolina: Marianne Silber) The day’s developments in the case reviewed; details given on district attorney Mike Nifong†’s denial that he hid DNA evidence that could help the defense reviewed; courtroom sketches shown. [NIFONG†- says all the information was available.]

(Studio: Shepard Smith) Continuing coverage previewed; photos shown of Collin Finnerty†, Reade Seligmann†, and David Evans†.

Smith, Shepard;
Silber, Marianne

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