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Newark, New Jersey / Boys' Murder #961747

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Mar 25, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Newark, New Jersey: Randi Kaye) The apparent solving of the coldest case in Newark, New Jersey, featured; details given about the case of five boys who went missing in 1978 but were never found despite the use of psychics, what suspect Lee Evans told police, new information about the fire in a vacant home & the payback motive of stolen marijuana. [Retired cold case investigator Jack EUTSEY†- talks about solving the case, how Evans was a suspect immediately & how they thought they got away with it.] [Victim Michael McDowell's sister Terry LARSON†, Essex County's Lt. Louis CORREGA†- comment on the case.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Randi Kaye) What Evans & the witnesses said about what happened to the boys in 1978 discussed.

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