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Name________________________________ Period_______ Date_______________ Match Each Letter With The Correct Response. Some Answers Are Used More Than Once.1. _____ the Lasch's house keeper a. Fran Simmons 2. _____ Molly Lasch's high school b. a miniature statue 3. _____ father was involved in money scam c. the Lasch's study 4. _____ Gary Lasch's father d. Jenna Whitehall 5. _____ Gary Lach's mistress e. Cal Whitehall 6. _____ Molly Lasch's b ...view middle of the document...

_____ reporter for NAF-TV 20. _____ testified against Molly Lasch Circle The Best Letter To Answer The Following Questions.21. Who didn't want Molly Lasch to go on public television? a. Gary Lasch b. Gus Hargrove c. Philip Matthews d. Fran Simmons 22. Who was the investigative reporter for the Molly Lasch Murder Trial? a. Annamarie Scalli b. Fran Simmons c. Cal Whitehall d. Lou Jacobs 23. Where did Fran Simmons attend high school? a. Cranden Academy b. Greenwich High School c. Cape Christian School d. Maryland School 24. Dr. John Daniels was a a. physical therapist b. neurosurgeon c. psychiatrist d. Professor of Sociology 25. How many years was Molly Lasch sentenced to in prison? a. two b. ten c. life d. 25 Fill In The Blank.26. Dr. Gary Lasch worked for _____________________ until his death.27. Annamarie Scallie was a _________________ for Dr. Gary Lasch for the hospital until she was caught in a sex scandal with him.28. Lasch Hospital was the result of _______________________, Dr. Gary Lasch's father, hard work.29. Molly Carpenter Lasch claimed that she was ___________________ of the murder of her husband.30. Fran Simmons was an _____________________________ for NAF-TV.31. Molly Carpenter went to the Cape after ...


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