with terri williams, yeah. then my love died and turned into hatred. that's what got me in trouble. >> we met richard moore in the sewing factory at colorado's limon correctional facility. he first came to prison in 1976. personal computers and cell phones were still more than a decade away. gerald ford was president and the united states was celebrating its bicentennial. the country was also going through what was widely regarded as a sexual revolution. that's when moore's troubles began. >> i was convicted of killing my wife in 1976 in the state of iowa. >> moore's wife, terri williams, was a dancer at a local club when their relationship began. >> i was just a customer. i just walked in off the street. we met, hit it off pretty decently, you know, and ended up -- well, we picked each other up actually, so we went to terri's apartment and made love and enjoyed each other's company, you know. we got married. then i began to have thoughts about terri. i thought maybe terri was a little bit different, you know. >> how so? >> i felt that the person was more like a man than like a wom
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small town in mississippi. william terry university in heatsburg damaged in the storm's wake. first responders are now scouring the area as people reportedly are trapped under their homes. we will follow this developing story and bring you the latest as we get it. anti-trump protests turning violent. 32-year-old in critical condition after being shot on the university of washington's campus in washington stated. that suspect has now turned himself. in elsewhere thousands taking to the streets denouncing the new administration. protest especially violent in washington, d.c. at least 217 people put in jail. buildings vandalized and cars torched. a suspected cop killner critical condition this morning after trying to take his own life following a 7-hour standoff on a bridge in new orleans. sylvester holt was wanted for the murder of officer michael luvier and his estranged pregnant ex-wife. i will see i in just a little bit. let's head over to steve, brian and ainsley. high hi, guys. ainsley: thank you so much, heather. some 250,000 expected to take part on women's march in washington.
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