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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Aug 29, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What Lora DiMaggio, sister of the late James DiMaggio, said about the relationship of her brother and Hannah Anderson recalled. [On CNN, DiMAGGIO - says Hannah was trouble and her brother gave his life to protect her.]

(San Diego: Drew Griffin) The unanswered questions in the kidnapping in DiMaggio's murder of Hannah's mother and brother and Kidnapping Hannah reviewed; details given about the Anderson family and James's financial problems. [Christine Anderson's uncle David BRAUN†- says James was likely infatuated with Hannah.] [Hannah's friend Marissa CHAVEZ - comments on what James said.] [ANDERSON - says she is a survivor.] [San Diego County Sheriff Bill GORE†- says Hannah is a victim in this crime.] [Christina's cousin Jennifer WILLIS†- comments on the Anderson-DiMaggio relationship and Hannah should be left alone.] The police position that the case is closed discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Griffin, Drew

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