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Cleveland, Ohio / Missing Women / "Stockholm Syndrome" / Cowan Interview #1043746

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. [Gina's father Felix DeJESUS†- speaks about his daughter.]

(Atlanta: Randi Kaye) The strange relationship {"Stockholm Syndrome"} between kidnapper and victim as in the Cleveland case examined; details given about the Stockholm bank robbery case in 1973, Patty Hearst, who was kidnapped in 1974, the 18-year kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard etc. [Former LAPD psychologist Kris MOHANDIE†- comments on survival dependency.] [On ABC, DUGARD - talks about her manipulating.]

(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former kidnap victim Laura Cowan about why captives don't try to escape. [COWAN - says victims go through a survival mode to try to stay alive; notes it took a long time of therapy.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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