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New York, New York / Patz Disappearance / Hernandez #1023080

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 29, 2012
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The recent confession by Pedro Hernandez that he killed Etan Patz, the New York City boy who went missing 33 years ago, introduced.

(Camden, New Jersey: Seth Doane) Indications that at a New Jersey church prayer group Hernandez confessed to killing a boy examined; scenes shown from the church and his sister's home. [NYPD commissioner Ray KELLY - talks about claims in a high-profile case.] A statement from Camden police Chief John Thomson about the claims from Hernandez's sister quoted. [Former ADA in New York Eugene O'DONNELL - says it is Hernandez's word alone.]

Pelley, Scott;
Doane, Seth

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