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Cleveland, Ohio / Missing Women #1043740

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper) The homecoming for two {Gina DeBerry and Amanda Berry} of the three women who had been held captive in Cleveland reported; scenes shown of the women and arrested kidnapper Ariel Castro.

(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper, Martin Savidge) Dashcam video of Castro being pulled over June 12, 2008, by a police officer discussed and shown with audio.

(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper) Last night's live interview held with Charles Ramsey about the Cleveland house. [RAMSEY - recounts what the other man said.]

(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper, Maria Santana) The CNN translated interview held with Angel Cordero, a visitor to the Seymour neighborhood. [CORDERO - {thru translator} describes what happened at the house when the woman and the girl escaped.] The differing accounts from Cordero and Ramsey about what happened discussed.

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