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Atlanta's Missing and Murdered: The Lost Children

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New evidence comes to light in the abduction and murder of approximately 30 African American children and young adults occurring over a span of two years in Atlanta in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

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Long-held racial and economic divisions percolate in Atlanta; when African American children begin disappearing and showing up dead, the city is on the verge of an unprecedented crisis; outraged members of the black community call for swift action.
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In the mid-1980s, Wayne Williams' appeals attorney receives shocking new evidence connecting members of the Klan to the murders; an undercover informant and several investigators take the stand as a judge evaluates Williams' plea for a retrial.
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Prosecutors introduce evidence they assert links Wayne Williams to 10 of the child murders; drawing on hair and carpet fibers found on the victims that allegedly match items in Williams' car and home, the jury delivers a swift guilty verdict.
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With the city's reputation on the line, law enforcement faces immense pressure to make an arrest; an FBI stakeout of the city's bridges leads investigators to Wayne Williams, who becomes the main suspect in the killings and is promptly arrested.
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As distrust in the police and city officials deepens, citizens take matters into their own hands; the FBI is called upon to step in; conspiracy theories take root; talent scout Wayne Williams may have been recruiting some of the victims.

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