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Crime: Texas / Stolen Justice Case #1030415

CNN Evening News for Friday, Sep 07, 2012
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(South Padre Island, Texas: Gary Tuchman) The corruption in the case of the Texas murder of teacher Hermila Hernandez†† by former boyfriend Amit†† Livingston, who pled guilty but disappeared five years ago, reviewed; details given about how D.A. Armando Villalobos† and the judge, Abel Limas††, are accused of taking some of the bail money, but remains the D.A.. [Victim's sister Monica GARCIA†- says she believed the prosecutor: now it is a nightmare.] [Victim's mother Hermila GARCIA†- {thru translator} laments her daughter's murder; states the killer was set free.] [VILLALOBOS - declares he is innocent.] [Livingston attorney Greg GLADDEN†- says Villalobos agreed on freedom without bond after the plea: it never happens in Texas.] [University of Texas at Brownsville Anthony KNOPP†- expresses shock at corruption.] Whet the D.A. goes on criminal trial and what the defense attorney said about the fugitive client discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:06:40

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