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Ungodly Discipline / Hana's Story #1005657

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A CNN follow-up on the Ungodly Discipline story about fundamentalists' beating their children according to biblical teachings introduced

(Washington: Gary Tuchman) The death of the daughter of Larry and Carri†† Williams examined; photos shown of 13-year-old Hana, who died; details given about the autopsy findings on her condition indicating beatings, the book "To Train Up a Child" and the felony charges against the Williamses; mother's 911 call played. [Skagit County prosecutor Rich WEYRICH†- explains what was considered rebellious by parents.] [D.A. Mike RAMSEY - comments on the Schatz case and the role of Pearl's book.] ["To Train Up a Child" author Michael PEARL†- explains how to punish a child by beating.] The status of the seven other Williams children, the issue children being abused in the name of God and the issue of where the two Williamses are living now discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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