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We have new details on the murder of the Florida couple who adopted more than a dozen children with special needs. Investigators say they've located "valuable evidence," including a stolen safe and several guns. Seven people - one of them a 16-year-old - are charged with killing Byrd and Melanie Billings. An eighth person, Pamela Long Wiggins, faces charges of accessory after the fact of felony murder. Tonight on 360°, Anderson will talk with Escambia County Sheriff David Morgan.
Also tonight, President Obama sounding more like candidate Obama as he addresses the NAACP convention here in New York. We'll play large portions of his message. "The pain of discrimination is still felt in America," he said as he helped mark the organization's 100th convention. He also had a tough love message for those in attendance as he talked about the greater odds for African-Americans to grow up amid crime and gangs. "That's not a reason to get bad grades, that's not a reason to cut class, that's not a reason to give up on your education and drop out of school," he said.
And, new insight on the possible fate of Michael Jackson's children. There's word that they could end up with their Aunt Janet.
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