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Duke University / Lacrosse Case #918144

FNC Evening News for Friday, Jan 12, 2007
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(Studio: Shepard Smith) Prosecutor Mike Nifong’s request to be removed from the Duke University assault case against former members of the lacrosse team reported; April 2006 statement from Nifong’s new lawyer David Freedman† critical of Nifong’s handling of the case quoted on screen.

(Durham, North Carolina: Marianne Silber) The day’s developments in the case reviewed; details given on Nifong’s request, what will happen next, Nifong’s meeting yesterday with the accuser, the defense attorney’s attempt to have the photo lineup thrown out and changes in the accuser’s story.

(Studio: Shepard Smith, Megyn Kelly) Nifong’s recusal and the possible reasons why the remaining charges have not been dropped discussed.

Reporter(s):
Smith, Shepard;
Silber, Marianne;
Megyn, Shepard Smith,
Duration:
00:03:50

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