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Pennsylvania / Heist Disappearance / Friend Interview / A Discussion #1043579

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 03, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of the reappearance of Brenda Heist in Florida after disappearing from Pennsylvania in 2002 reviewed. Telephone interview held with Sondra Forrester, a friend of "Lovey" in Florida; photos shown. [In Pensacola, FORRESTER- talks about meeting Lovey in 2010, what they talked about, what she said about her past life, how they lived together for 11 months.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Lititz Borough, Pennsylvania, Det. John Schofield, Dr. Drew Pinsky and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the Heist disappearance case. [SCHOFIELD - comments on his initial interview with Brenda, who claimed to be living a homeless life.] [In the studio, PINSKY - speculates about her medical condition.] [In studio, GERAGOS -speculates about her being drug addicted, the husband's legal issues.]

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