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Decision 2012 / Cain / Sexual Harassment #1010650

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 02, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) The sexual harassment charges overshadowing Herman Cain’s presidential campaign featured; details given about allegations from a third woman and the settlements paid to 2 other women; scenes shown of Cain admonishing the press. [Accuser’s attorney Joel BENNETT††- states Cain violated the confidentiality agreement.] [Mississippi Governor Haley BARBOUR†- says let’s get all the facts out.] [CAIN – says there are factions that are trying to destroy me and this campaign.] Cain’s accusation that an advisor for Texas Governor Rick Perry leaked the initial story noted.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Washington: Andrea Mitchell) Sexual harassment in the workplace examined; the rise in complaints from men cited; 1991 footage of the Anita Hill vs. Clarence Thomas case shown; details given about the case involving New York Knicks manager Isiah Thomas††, who was accused of making advances to Anucha Browne Sanders††. [National Women’s Law Center Marcia GREENBERGER†- says the number of complaints is the tip of the iceberg.] [October 12, 2011, HILL – says the problem still exists.] [Former EEOC commissioner Mary Frances BERRY†- says more people are aware of what is appropriate and inappropriate in the workplace.] [On the street, WOMAN – comments.]

Williams, Brian;
Myers, Lisa;
Mitchell, Andrea

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