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A Random Killing

Drama. May 1997, Chicago. Married man Lee Miglin makes the mistake of inviting escort Andrew Cunanan into his home.


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BELL RINGS

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And we're live in three, two...

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Marilyn Miglin started her career as a dancer

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at the legendary Chez Paree nightclub in Chicago.

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Many years ago!

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But performing under those bright stage lights,

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she found that her make-up was always running.

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And that's how your interest in cosmetics began.

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I-I thought to myself, "There must be something better."

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And since there wasn't, I created my own.

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We are so lucky to have you here today...

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-Oh, thank you!

-..to talk about your

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bestselling line of fragrances - Pheromone.

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-Indeed.

-Now, I read somewhere

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-that you have sold...

-Oh, dear!

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..so many bottles that they now call you the Queen of Perfume.

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They-they do, but I started from nothing.

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Just an idea, and a longing to explore

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what perfume is truly about.

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What is that? Tell our viewers.

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Perfume is about our bodies talking to each other without words.

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-ANSWERPHONE:

-You've reached the Miglins.

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Lee? I don't know where you are.

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I'm still at the airport, but I can't wait any longer.

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I-I'm going to catch a taxi.

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This programme contains prolonged violent scenes.

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This programme contains some strong language.

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This programme contains some scenes

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which some viewers may find upsetting.

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-RADIO:

-His fielding percentage is always at the top,

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so we're expecting...

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Lee?

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Marilyn?

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Something's wrong.

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Wait outside. Call the police.

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Lee?

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SIRENS WAIL

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Did you check the garage?

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I'll go.

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It's right here.

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Wait here.

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Their Lexus is missing.

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WOMAN SCREAMS

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I knew it.

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LAUGHTER

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Well, Lee and I have always been very interested in education.

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And so the idea was that we would offer aspiring women,

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at the beginning of their careers, a mentor in their chosen field.

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Have you two always been so involved in each other's lives?

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Oh, my goodne...

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Lee helped me paint my first boutique.

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110 East Oak Street.

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And I wouldn't be where I am today without Marilyn.

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I-I can't imagine where I would be.

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Certainly not at a table like this, that's for sure.

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-Not true.

-Well, I'm honoured to call you my friends,

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and not too displeased to having you raise funds for me, either.

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She's the one. She's the one.

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Please, don't ever decide to run against me.

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Now that you mention it...

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LAUGHTER

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So often we are told that the American Dream is dead.

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Except, I say, look at my husband Lee.

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One of seven children, the son of an Illinois coal miner.

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He began his career selling pre-mixed pancake batter

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out of the trunk of a beat-up old car.

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And today, Lee manages 32 million square feet

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of commercial property across the Midwest.

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He built the Chicago Bar Association building,

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the 45-storey Madison Plaza, the global headquarters of Hyatt,

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and as if that wasn't enough...

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he helped me achieve my dreams.

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He is my partner in every sense of the word.

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And he is so much more than that.

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He is an incredible father, a perfect husband,

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and I'm so proud to say, without a hint of cynicism,

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that my Lee is the American Dream.

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Ladies and gentlemen, Lee Miglin.

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APPLAUSE

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And he's funny, too.

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LAUGHTER

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Tha-thank you, Marilyn.

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Thank you, folks. Thank you all for being here.

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That went well, I think.

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-Very well.

-Mm. And...

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..I really appreciated your introduction.

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I wasn't expecting that.

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Do you remember what colour we painted the Oak Street store?

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What colour?

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That was years ago.

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We painted it pink.

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PHONE RINGS

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This is Lee.

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It's Andrew.

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I'm going to be in Chicago a couple of days.

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C-can you hold on a moment?

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Go on.

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-Lee, are you home?

-Yes.

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What are your plans while I'm away?

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Oh, well, I, uh... I need to finish your accounts.

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I'll have them done by the time you're back.

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And I'll... I'll catch up with Paul...

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..and, uh, go to the, uh,

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go to the office.

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I will...

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I'm going to work, Marilyn.

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-SIGHING:

-I'm going to work.

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That's what I do.

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Isn't that what I always do?

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What is it?

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If you're in one of your blue moods,

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why-why don't you come with me?

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I like it when you're there.

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-You do?

-Of course.

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I'm very proud of you.

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You know that, don't you?

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I... I could never stand in front of those cameras.

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Well, do you want to come with me or not?

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No. I'm-I'm, I'm being silly.

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Well, come on. We'll be late.

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-Here.

-Oh, thank you.

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MUSIC: A Certain Sadness by Astrud Gilberto

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# Look out the window

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# When that rain storms

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# I let the wind blow up

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# A brainstorm

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# And now I'm wondering

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# Whether weather like this

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# Gets you, too

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# It may go on like this for hours

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# Too late in fall for April showers

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# So what we got here

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# Got a thought or two

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# I need to share with you

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# Here goes... #

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I try.

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I try.

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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HE SIGHS

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KNOCK AT DOOR

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Come in. Come in.

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Andrew.

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I didn't expect you to be in town.

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Neither did I.

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What brings you to Chicago?

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Work.

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Hmm.

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Next time, a little warning would be useful.

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It's sheer luck I have the house to myself.

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When does Marilyn get back?

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Sunday morning.

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We have some time.

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Can you stay the night?

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Can you shut the blinds?

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I have wanted to share this with you a long time...

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MUSIC PLAYS: It's Magic by Doris Day

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..and never had a chance.

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# It's magic

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# Without a golden wand... #

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The Skyneedle.

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When it's completed,

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it will be the tallest building in the world.

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Right here in Chicago.

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125 storeys.

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1,952 feet.

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Is it one of yours?

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It's my...my pride,

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my passion.

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Oh, you're building it just a few blocks away

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from Sears Tower.

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And taller by 500 feet.

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-And there's an observation deck?

-Of course.

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Wait, so...

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So you can look down on the Sears Tower observation deck?

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You're going to put them out of business.

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Why would you want to be down there when you could be up here?

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Oh...I never thought of it like that.

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Please, that's exactly how you thought of it.

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I imagined riding up in the elevator with those...

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Get to the top with all those families and children,

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all excited about the view,

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excited about being at the top of the tallest tower in the world.

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They wouldn't know who I was.

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I could just roam among them, eavesdropping.

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But it's never going to happen?

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No, it-it-it...

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I promise you, this will happen.

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Have you broken ground?

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Not yet.

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# It's magic... #

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And the financing?

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No.

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The Miglin Tower.

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I-I-I told you what it's called.

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What's wrong with the Miglin Tower?

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It's the Skyneedle.

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I-I want it to inspire people to reach up.

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It's about that, not about me.

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Of course it's about you.

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It's the...

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It's the tallest building in the world.

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It's the Lee Miglin Tower.

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It...it's not about that.

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Then what are you showing this to me for?

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Do you think I really want to spend all evening

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listening to how great you are?

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A great man with a great tower.

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The modest Lee Miglin Tower, inspiring wide-eyed children

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for thousands of years to come.

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Is that what you think I want to do?

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We don't have to talk.

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No, we don't.

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I understand what you're doing.

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You're trying to impress me.

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Trying to pretend that this isn't merely about money.

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That this isn't merely a business transaction.

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That there's a genuine attraction between us.

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You can pretend, too, Andrew.

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LEE MOANS

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You've never been kissed like that, have you?

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No.

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-No.

-How did it feel?

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Feels like I'm alive.

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Escorts don't normally kiss, do they?

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-No, you're not like...

-Most escorts, no.

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I am not like most escorts. I am not like most anybody.

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I could almost be...

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..a husband.

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Or a partner.

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I could almost be.

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I really could, almost.

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I...

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I know it's not real, Andrew. I'm not a fool.

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But...

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you make it seem so real!

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Good.

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-WHISPERS:

-Let's go out.

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-Where are we going?

-To make a mess.

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And I don't want you to worry about it.

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Come on.

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I'm in control now.

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Ah-ah.

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Ah... Oh...

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LEE MUMBLES

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Yeah. Down.

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Yeah.

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So...dominant out there.

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So submissive in here.

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So powerful out there.

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So pathetic...

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in here.

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But you like being pathetic, don't you?

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Yeah.

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Yeah.

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LEE GROANS

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LEE CHOKES

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THUD

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LEE GROANS

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I've killed two people, Lee.

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Two people that were very close to me.

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I know it's hard to believe.

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Intellectual Andrew.

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Well-read, well-spoken Andrew. Well-dressed.

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But here I am.

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This is me.

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Now, I know that you're not wearing your hearing aid,

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so I'm going to speak very loudly and very clearly

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so you can understand.

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I want you to know that when they find your body,

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you will be wearing ladies' panties...

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..surrounded by gay porn.

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I want the world to see...

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that the great Lee Miglin...

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is a sissy.

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Soon, the whole world will know that the great Lee Miglin,

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who built Chicago, built it with a limp wrist.

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The cops will know.

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The press will know. Your wife will know.

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Your children will know. The neighbours will know.

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Tell me something, Lee,

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what terrifies you more - death or being disgraced?

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LEE GROANS

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Disgraced!

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You know, disgrace isn't that bad...

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..once you settle into it.

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Disgrace.

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LEE MOANS

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Concrete can build.

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Concrete can kill.

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ANDREW GASPS

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SIRENS WAIL

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Superintendent!

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Superintendent, was there a robbery?

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And did Lee Miglin know the intruder?

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Carry on.

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The underwear? Was he wearing them at the time of his death,

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or dressed afterwards?

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I can't be sure.

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-Defensive wounds?

-None.

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No cuts or bruises to his hands,

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but his ribs?

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Every single rib is broken.

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I don't want any details leaking.

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-Make that understood.

-Yes, sir.

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We confirm only, "An elderly gentleman has been killed."

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-Marilyn.

-Hmm?

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I swear to you, this had nothing to do with his business.

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His business?

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We all know that.

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I've been through the entire contents of the house.

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It was a robbery, no question.

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Aside from the Lexus, a great deal of money was stolen.

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While I was away, Lee's secretary delivered 2,000.

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That's missing, along with two leather coats,

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two suits, some inconsequential pieces of jewellery...

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Uh, Lee had gold coins.

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He gave them as gifts.

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They are unusual, and should be easy to trace,

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should the culprit try to pawn them.

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And, um, a dozen pairs of new Sulka black socks.

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Aren't you going to write this down?

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I'll have an officer take your statement.

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Marilyn, this is Superintendent Rodriguez.

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I know who he is.

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I happen to be friends with a great many police officers.

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Do you think I called 911 earlier? No.

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I called Commander Ettore DiVito,

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who was present at the Wallenberg Award celebration

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a few weeks ago, and asked to speak to him directly.

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We're all here for you.

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Lee was alone.

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In the house.

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He was vulnerable.

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It was an opportunistic attack.

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He wears a hearing aid, did you know?

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-No, I didn't.

-Well, the burglar could have

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easily surprised him.

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Poor Lee, he wouldn't have had a...chance.

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He wouldn't have fought back.

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Mrs Miglin, maybe we can talk at another time.

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Talk now. Why not?

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There were certain items beside your husband's body.

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What items?

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Pornographic magazines.

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Homosexual pornographic magazines.

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I see.

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Well, they must belong to the killer.

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It would mean he brought the magazines in with him.

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I'm not interested in his intentions.

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Find him. Catch him.

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But don't talk to me about what might or might not

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be going through his mind.

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I understand.

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The killer took a bath and shaved?

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Yeah. He might've stayed the night.

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He must've known Marilyn was coming home.

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Where did you get those?

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Mrs Miglin.

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It's very thoughtful of you,

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but there is really no need to buy my men food.

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Oh, I didn't buy it. It was donated.

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By Gibsons Steakhouse on Rush Street.

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They're friends of the family. They wanted to help.

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I'm sorry, we haven't been introduced.

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Oh, this is Duke, my son.

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I'm Superintendent Rodriguez.

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Sorry for your loss.

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Duke's flown in from California.

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He's a Hollywood actor.

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Aspiring to be.

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No...no, well, you've had roles.

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Good roles. Tell him about the film you're in.

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Air Force One.

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It's going to be released this summer.

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Yeah, starring Harrison Ford.

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Coming out July 25th.

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Mm-hmm.

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He plays a pilot.

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A-a Russian pilot.

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There are lots of pilots in the movie.

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He's at the beginning of a great career.

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Squad, I want to run a licence check for Minnesota,

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5-4-3,

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Lincoln, Union, George.

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10-4. Minnesota, 5-4-3, Lincoln, Union, George.

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We've got a hit.

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Vehicle reported stolen, linked to the homicide of Jeff Trail.

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What do you have?

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Lee Miglin's car is fitted with a phone.

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But the killer's not going to be stupid enough to use it.

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He couldn't, even if he wanted to. It's locked with a numerical code.

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OK. So?

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So the phone turns on when the ignition turns on,

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regardless of whether he's using it or not.

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We got two pings. One at 11:25 Saturday night,

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and again at 12:37 Sunday morning.

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Now, the Saturday night signal was transmitted from a tower

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located in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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The Sunday morning one from Union County, Pennsylvania.

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He's heading to New York.

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His phone's talking to us, and he doesn't even know it.

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Who else has this?

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-Just the FBI and us.

-I want this kept between

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as few people as possible.

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No matter what he does next, wherever he goes...

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We got him.

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JAZZ MUSIC

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CHAIRS SCRAPE ON FLOOR

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Does the name Andrew Cunanan mean anything to you?

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No.

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Nothing.

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Who is he?

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He worked as an escort.

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He's wanted in connection with the murder of two men.

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The first in Minneapolis, the second in Chisago,

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-in Minnesota.

-What does this have to do with Lee?

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Cunanan stole a jeep from his second victim.

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That jeep was found parked on Astor Street.

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A block away from this house.

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I've never seen this man before.

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You understand this investigation

0:33:430:33:46

is no longer contained within the Chicago police force.

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The FBI is leading a nationwide manhunt.

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All we care about, Superintendent,

0:33:520:33:53

is that you find the man responsible for Lee's murder.

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An Ameritech cellphone tracking tower reported a signal at 1:30,

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and another one at 3:00.

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He's on the move.

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Both the Philadelphia police and the FBI are closing in.

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I hope they're ready.

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I know what they're saying...

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about me.

0:34:360:34:38

"Why hasn't she cried?"

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"Where's the grief? The emotion?"

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"She couldn't have loved him."

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"How could a woman who cares so much about appearance

0:34:460:34:49

"appear not to care?"

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Ah, people say all kind of... nasty things.

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-Even at a time like this.

-Especially at a time like this.

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When you're weak.

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When you're down.

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How dare they say our marriage was a sham?

0:35:100:35:13

Lee and I...

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shared our whole lives.

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We...shared all kinds of adventures.

0:35:200:35:24

We rode in hot air balloons.

0:35:240:35:27

When I was lost in the desert...

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..he rescued me.

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How many couples can say they have that k-kind of romance?

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HER VOICE BREAKS: I...

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..loved him.

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I loved him...

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very much.

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There. Is that better?

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Am I a real wife now?

0:36:090:36:11

We had a fairy tale life.

0:36:240:36:26

We didn't even fight.

0:36:310:36:34

He didn't raise a finger.

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But I will.

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It was a robbery.

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And a random killing.

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Local radio, KYW News, is running a story

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that Lee Miglin's car phone had been activated,

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and we're tracking the signal.

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HE SCREAMS

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-RADIO:

-..find out if that trend will continue through

0:37:280:37:30

the weekend. The forecast is coming up after the news.

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An update on the Miglin murder.

0:37:330:37:35

We're hearing reports

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that Lee Miglin's car phone was activated on Thursday,

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which means authorities can now track the movements

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of the stolen car. Nothing further has been confirmed.

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Of course, we'll keep you up to date with the very latest.

0:37:440:37:46

After the break, we'll have a detailed account

0:37:460:37:48

on your weather through the weekend,

0:37:480:37:50

as well as further updates on traffic.

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HORN BLARES

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TYRES SQUEAL

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MAN COUGHS

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RADIO: # I told you I was leaving my job... #

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Stay calm. No-one's going to get hurt.

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I'm here to steal your truck.

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Where are the keys?

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Wait. Uh, leave them there. Leave them.

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Get away from the desk.

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Is...is there a downstairs?

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Basement.

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Can I lock you in there?

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Door's got a lock. Yes, sir.

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Get on your knees.

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Sir...

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if you're thinking of killing me, please hear this.

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I'm a married man.

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We have a son - Troy.

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And, sir, I'd very much like to see them again.

0:42:410:42:44

And I'd be grateful if you'd let me...

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GUNSHOT

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ENGINE STARTS

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We're live in five, four...

0:43:440:43:47

Marilyn, from your family here at the Home Shopping Channel,

0:43:480:43:51

may I extend our deepest condolences.

0:43:510:43:55

Thank you.

0:43:550:43:57

For those of you who don't know,

0:43:570:43:59

Marilyn's husband was brutally murdered

0:43:590:44:02

in a tragic act of random violence.

0:44:020:44:04

They killed my husband for a car.

0:44:060:44:09

Terrible. It's so terrible.

0:44:090:44:12

You have a few words that you'd like to say.

0:44:130:44:16

I...had to think long and hard before coming back to the show.

0:44:200:44:27

In the end,

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I believe it's what my husband would have wanted. You see,

0:44:290:44:33

his name is on these bottles, too.

0:44:330:44:36

Miglin.

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He was my legal counsel, my accountant, my best friend.

0:44:410:44:44

He...

0:44:440:44:46

..he believed in me.

0:44:510:44:53

How many husbands believe in their wives' dreams?

0:44:540:44:59

How many...treat us as partners?

0:44:590:45:02

As equals?

0:45:020:45:04

We...

0:45:080:45:10

We were a team...

0:45:100:45:14

for 38 years.

0:45:140:45:17

And I...miss him very much.

0:45:170:45:21

Are you able to go on?

0:45:220:45:25

When I first started selling my perfume on television...

0:45:250:45:29

..my friend Dorsey Connors,

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who hosted her own television show, gave me a piece of advice.

0:45:320:45:36

And she said,

0:45:360:45:38

"Just think of the little red light

0:45:380:45:41

"as the man you love."

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May 1997, Chicago. Married man Lee Miglin makes the mistake of inviting escort Andrew Cunanan into his home.