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American Journey (John Walsh) #1068556

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jul 11, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The story of John Walsh, whose 6-year-old son Adam disappeared and was murdered in 1981, leading to his TV show "America's Most Wanted" that helped solve other crimes reviewed. [In the past, Child safety advocate WALSH - describes what happened.] [In 2008, WALSH - talks about his murdered son and who killed him.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) An earlier interview held with Walsh about his new CNN show "The Hunt." [WALSH - recounts how many fugitives were caught and 61 children {including Elizabeth Smart} were recovered alive; states the new show will emphasize the victims; outlines his first case to be covered.]

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