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Tennessee / Bain Girls Kidnapping / Sister's Interview #1021563

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 08, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The kidnaping in Tennessee of two young girls {Alexandra and Kyliyah† Bain} by Adam Mayes after the bodies of mother and daughter Jo Ann†† and Adrienne Bain were found introduced; photos shown of the arrested mother and ex-wife Mary and Teresa Mayes.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; No location given: Martin Savidge) The developments in the Bain kidnapping case with the arrest of two Mayes family members, the questions about where Mayes could be in northern Mississippi, how their appearances could be altered and the long, close relationship between Mayes and the Bain family discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Teresa Mayes' sister Bobbi Booth about the kidnapping. [BOOTH - explains calling the sheriff's department about the bodies; states she has known "weird" Adam for 25 years; explains why her sister may have been involved; states Adam drinks, does drugs and is a loner who has never been on his own and may have had an affair with the Bain woman.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Savidge, Martin

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