Arrest of Serial-Killing Suspect Eases Louisiana's Fears

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Relief is palpable in southern Louisiana after Tuesday's arrest of suspected serial killer Derrick Todd Lee. He's suspected in the deaths of at least five women in and around Baton Rouge. Two were students at Louisana State University. NPR's Greg Allen reports.



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