ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 02, 2012
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(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The standoff in China over the escape of blind activist Chen Guangcheng, an outspoken opponent of forced abortions, examined; photos of Chen at the US embassy in Beijing, the following chaos there and the virtual view of his escape shown; details given about the uncertainty of Chen's future. [CHINAAid.org founder Bob FU- talks about a blind man's escape.] [NYU law school US-Asia Law Inst. professor Jerome COHEN- says Secretary of State Hillary Clinton promised the US would be with him.]
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