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USA: POLICE FIND MORE BODIES IN HOUSE OF MAN SUSPECTED OF MURDERING 32 TEENAGE BOYS.

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In the Untied States, police are continuing to discover more bodies alleged to be the victims of a homosexual building contractor. The man, John Wayne Gacy, is being held on one charge f murder. The bodies have been discovered under his house in a suburb of Chicago. He is alleged to have told police that he murdered 32 young men and boys over the past three years. Jim Cummins of NBC News reports.

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1. SV EXTERIOR body carried out of house and taken to ambulance 0.16 2. SV INTERIOR police officers (THREE SHOTS) 0.21 3. GV family of victim in police station 0.34 4. SV newspaper cutting with photograph of Greg Godzik 0.37 5. GV John Wayne Gacy taken in handcuffs to police station 0.43 6. SCU Greg Godzik's mother crying and speaking in English 0.53 7. SV more bodies removed from house (TWO SHOTS) 1.07 CUMMINS: "Today police found four more bodies in John Gacy's suburban Chicago home. One investigator said they had found bodies everyplace Gacy told them to look. The murder suspect has allegedly told police they will find the remains of 20 more young men and boys here. The police have been answering hundreds of telephone calls from the families of missing teenage boys all over the country. They are telling them to send dental records and charts, because that's the only way the bodies can be recognised. Meanwhile Gregory Godzik's family waits anxiously for the results of all this. Gregory was 17 years old when he disappeared one night two years ago. He had worked part time for Gacy and had allegedly been seen with Gacy the night he disappeared. Nevertheless, Gregory's mother still hopes he's alive." MRS GODZIK: "I really do want to believe that." CUMMINS: "This grim investigation at John Gacy's house is expected to last for weeks. And when they finish here police plan to search other sites and drag the river where Gacy allegedly told police he had disposed of other bodies. Jim Cummins, NBC News, Norwood Park, Illinois." Initials KM/1800 TELERECORDING REPORTER: JIM CUMMINS Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

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1. SV EXTERIOR body carried out of house and taken to ambulance 0.16 2. SV INTERIOR police officers (THREE SHOTS) 0.21 3. GV family of victim in police station 0.34 4. SV newspaper cutting with photograph of Greg Godzik 0.37 5. GV John Wayne Gacy taken in handcuffs to police station 0.43 6. SCU Greg Godzik's mother crying and speaking in English 0.53 7. SV more bodies removed from house (TWO SHOTS) 1.07 CUMMINS: "Today police found four more bodies in John Gacy's suburban Chicago home. One investigator said they had found bodies everyplace Gacy told them to look. The murder suspect has allegedly told police they will find the remains of 20 more young men and boys here. The police have been answering hundreds of telephone calls from the families of missing teenage boys all over the country. They are telling them to send dental records and charts, because that's the only way the bodies can be recognised. Meanwhile Gregory Godzik's family waits anxiously for the results of all this. Gregory was 17 years old when he disappeared one night two years ago. He had worked part time for Gacy and had allegedly been seen with Gacy the night he disappeared. Nevertheless, Gregory's mother still hopes he's alive." MRS GODZIK: "I really do want to believe that." CUMMINS: "This grim investigation at John Gacy's house is expected to last for weeks. And when they finish here police plan to search other sites and drag the river where Gacy allegedly told police he had disposed of other bodies. Jim Cummins, NBC News, Norwood Park, Illinois." Initials KM/1800 TELERECORDING REPORTER: JIM CUMMINS Script is copyright Reuters Limited. All rights reserved

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