FEATURE STORY: ATLANTA CHILD MURDERS - Was Williams responsible for the deaths of dozens of Atlanta's African-American children or a convenient scapegoat? A new investigation is ordered in 2005.


DNA Tests Allowed in Atlanta Child Murders
State lawyers have agreed to allow DNA testing of dog hair that was used to convict Wayne Williams, who has been blamed for the murders of two dozen children and young men
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Appeal Rejected in Atlanta Child Murders
A federal judge has rejected an appeal by inmate Wayne Williams who was blamed in a string of child murders and disappearances 25 years ago
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Judge upholds order for Georgia to turn over Klan records
A federal judge has upheld a ruling ordering Georgia to turn over records related to its investigation of the Ku Klux Klan's possible ties to the notorious Atlanta child killings
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File in Ga. Child Murders Center of Fight
The state attorney general's office is fighting a judge's order to turn over wiretaps of reputed Ku Klux Klan members collected during the investigation of the notorious Atlanta child murders of 1979-1981
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DeKalb Police Chief to open fifth unsolved case
DeKalb County Police Chief Louis Graham said Tuesday he will reopen a fifth case considered among the more than two dozen included in the quarter-century-old slayings known as the Atlanta Child Murders
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Police Reopen Atlanta Child-Killing Cases
A police chief has reopened an investigation into four of the child slayings that terrorized the Atlanta area more than two decades ago, saying he believes the man suspected in most of the killings is innocent
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