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Cleveland, Ohio / Missing Women / Hornbeck Interview #1043749

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 08, 2013
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(Cleveland: Anderson Cooper) The 2002 kidnapping of Shawn Hornbeck reviewed in light of the ordeal of the three women in Cleveland. [In 2007, Gina DeJesus PARENTS - speak about Shawn.] Today's interview held with Shawn and his parents Pam and Craig Akers. [HORNBECK, Pam and Craig AKERS - comment on the kidnap situation, recovery after the ordeal, needing support, how to handle talking about things with the victims, his life now: there is life after for the missing children victims.] [With Shawn's and Berry's parents on TV, psychic Svlvia BROWN - says they are dead.] A statement today from Brown about being mistaken quoted.
Cooper, Anderson

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