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Alabama / Teen Rape Case / The Law #1073742

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 28, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Victor Blackwell) The story of special needs student "Jaden," who was raped at age 14 at a school near Huntsville, Alabama, in 2010, presented; scenes shown from Sparkman Middle School; details given about how Jaden was used as bait to set up the alleged rapist by a teacher's aide with the knowledge of the school officials, who are later quoted about the sexual events. ["JADEN" - explains what happened that day; comments on her personal problems later.] [Jaden's foster MOTHER, attorney Eric ARCHER, schools attorney Mark BOARDMAN@- offer views on the case.] The boy's history of sexual & violence incidents noted. The investigation by the Justice Department about this sexual harassment case discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Blackwell, Victor

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