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It's a busy night here in the 360° newsroom. We're covering several stories for you tonight. We'll start off with the search of the Las Vegas home and office of Michael Jackson's personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray. Investigators said they were "looking for a lot of things." This new raid comes just days after officials raided his office and storage unit in Houston, Texas. We'll have the new developments in the case.
Also tonight, federal authorities are searching for an eighth alleged member of a North Carolina group that authorities say plotted "violent jihad" overseas. So far, seven suspects have been arrested on charges of supporting terrorism and conspiracy to commit murder abroad. Tonight a look at where they got their alleged training and find out who the feds say they were planning to target.
And, Scott Roeder, the man accused of killing abortion provider George Tiller, was in court today entering a not-guilty plea. A witness to the murder gave the court chilling details today on the how Tiller was gunned down in a church foyer. We'll have those developments and you'll hear from Roeder's ex-wife about what she thinks of her ex-husband's alleged crime. He sent her a letter from jail. She'll share part of it with you tonight in a 360° exclusive report.
From Kansas to North Carolina and California, join us at 10pm for these stories and much more. See you then!
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