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Texas / Disappearance and Death / Wright (Part II) #1058391

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 14, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The CNN exclusive story of the disappearance and death of 28-year-old black man Alfred Wright in Texas re-introduced; scenes and photos shown.

(Jasper, Texas: Deborah Feyerick) The Wright mystery and a possible murder cover-up reviewed; scenes shown from where Wright's body was found 19 days later; details given about the two autopsies, the lack of available surveillance at a package store he went to and how the Wright family is seeking answers. [Widow Lauren WRIGHT†- wonders about the body's location; states her kids miss their father.] [Wright family lawyer Ryan MacLEOD†, father Douglas WRIGHT†- say the body should have been found and the body found was "neat."] The investigations into the Wright case by Texas Rangers and the issue of Alfred's past, including embezzlement charges, discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Feyerick, Deborah

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