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Chasing a ghost but not looking at evidence
Keith Morrison
Dateline NBC

Oct 12, 2018 {ID: 6114} {Class: State (Criminal) | Sub-Class: Media}

This video, extracted from the Dateline NBC program, is dated October 12, 2018. Actually, there were three phone calls I made to Tom, NOT just one, as Dateline implies. As seen on this map, I called Tom on:

September 7, 1982 (booth #1)
September 9, 1982 (booth #2)
November 16, 1982 (booth #1)

Considering these calls were made from two different telephone boots, within a couple of blocks of each other and over a period of months, you would think that someone in Flathead County would be smart enough to pinpoint their locations on a map and call the Dallas police to pick me up. If I was able to find these three phone call entries the first day that my attorney gave me the evidence, why couldn’t they?

What was even more puzzling was that I spent months talking about this with Shane Bishop, the producer of Dateline NBC. I even marked the phone booth locations from the evidence on a map, but they omitted all that from their program. Why? Was it to make the interview comments from Sheriff Dupont and the rest of Flathead County authorities more credible?


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