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West / Anderson Kidnapping #1052424

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 17, 2013
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(Studio: Pamela Brown) The investigation into the kidnapping of Hannah Anderson by family friend James DiMaggio reviewed; details given about the phone calls exchanged between her & DiMaggio before he killed her mother & brother and the items seized from his home, including letters from Hannah. Live discussion held with psychologist Wendy Walsh† and criminal defense attorney Holly Hughes† about this case. [From Los Angeles, WALSH – says DiMaggio’s manipulation and abuse may have started long before this incident and it is easy to dupe a young teenage girl; warns parents to be careful who they expose their kids to.] [From Atlanta, HUGHES – comments on legal aspects of Hannah’s activity on social media.]
Brown, Pamela

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