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Theme Parks / Child Sex Predators (Part I) #1068665

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 14, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Studio: Kyra Phillips) A six-month CNN investigation into sexual predators at America's theme parks featured; photos shown of Walt Disney World employees arrested for sex crimes; details given about specific predators and the crimes they were arrested for. [Former Disney worker Robert KINGSOLVER††- talks about working with the children.] Evidence in some cases with audio quoted. Former Disney worker/pastor Cedric Cuthbert†, who used child pornography and solicited for sex, noted. [Polk County Sheriff Grady JUDD††- talks about the suspected predators.] The case of Disney performer Patrick Holgerson††, who was caught in a sting operation, outlined. A statement from Disney quoted. [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children co-founder Ernie ALLEN - says many who prey on children don't get caught.] The case of Matthew "Cody" Myers of Universal Studios, who was arrested in a sex sting, reviewed; audio played and Universal and SeaWorld quoted. [Representative Dennis ROSS††- says we need the tools to prevent predators from being hired.] The sex predator stories discussed

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Phillips, Kyra
Duration:
00:13:50

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