CBS' Ben Tracy picked up on the "chilling" photo gallery of women's faces being published by the Los Angeles Police Department that NBC's Kristen Welker told us about last Friday. They may or may not be dead; they may or may not have been murdered by South Central's Grim Sleeper serial killer. Tracy told us that the defense lawyer for Lonnie Franklin, accused of ten murders since 1985, accuses the LAPD of sensationalism, jeopardizing Franklin's prospect of a fair trial, by insinuating that Franklin might have killed many of the 160 depicted (Welker counted 180) in the layout. The lawyer seems to have a point--you try looking at the photo gallery with equanimity.
In more uplifting news from Los Angeles: they won the How Sweet the Sound competition as the nation's best gospel choir. NBC's Welker introduced us to the Voices of Destiny from the Great Zion Church in Compton. NBC praised the Voices of Destiny for altruistically Making a Difference but it sounds like Making a Joyful Noise is its own reward.
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