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Texas / Disappearance and Death / Wright / A Discussion (Part III) #1058430

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 16, 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.

(Jasper, Texas: Deborah Feyerick) The Wright mystery, a possible murder cover-up and the odd appearance of a dime near the body reviewed; scenes shown from where Wright's body was found 19 days later; details given about the short search by the sheriff and whether Wright knew something that led to his death. [Family friend Pastor Ray LEWIS†- wonders why a dime was found there.] [Widow Lauren WRIGHT†- wonders about the body's location.] [Sabine County sheriff's ex-girlfriend Brenda CHASTAIN - speculates about the dime and the sheriff she dated; states she complained about a meth house nearby.] [Mother Rosaling WRIGHT†- says the sheriff said Alfred was on drugs.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Deborah Feyerick) Information about Wright, the sheriff's family, Wright's presence at a hotel one Friday night and his work as a physical therapist discussed. [John Jay College of Criminal Justice Lawrence KOBILINSKY - talks about the different findings of the two autopsies and how the body could not look that good after 19 days.]

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