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Cleveland, Ohio / Missing Women #1043737

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper) The 911 dispatcher call to the police after the call from Amanda Berry about being kidnapped by Ariel Castro played; scenes shown of the house on Seymour Ave. and of Ariel Castro, who has been charged.

(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper, Pamela Brown) How Castro tested the captive girls {Gina DeJesus, Michelle Knight and Berry} to instill fear in them, how the girls were kept in separate rooms but relied on each other for support discussed.

(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with city councilman Brian Cummins about the police investigation. [CUMMINS - comments on multiple miscarriages, the circumstances of the birth of Berry's child, the nature of the Seymour property, the police dispatch system.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Pamela, Anderson Cooper,

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