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Cleveland, Ohio / Sowell #967637

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Mar 04, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Cleveland: Armen Keteyian) Criticism of the Cleveland police for failing to catch serial killer Anthony Sowell† sooner examined; scenes shown of Sowell’s house, where women’s bodies were found; details given of missed opportunities, Sowell’s arrest record, his sex offender registration, and the case of Gladys Wade††; statistics on rapes in Cleveland cited. [Cuyahoga County Judge Timothy McGINTY††- says there’s something wrong with this picture; comments on the straight release program in which hardened criminals are released.] [Victim Crystal Dozier†’s mother Florence BRAY†- says the police knew.] [Cleveland director of public safety Martin FLASK†- comments on Sowell’s clearing in the Wade case.] [In November 2009, Cleveland Police Chief Michael McGRATH††- says we were very diligent.]

Couric, Katie;
Keteyian, Armen

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