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Television / Duggar Family / Sexual Abuse / A Discussion (Part II) #1084139

CNN Evening News for Friday, May 22, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) How the sexual abuse scandal involving reality TV star Josh Duggar was covered up for over a decade examined; scenes shown of his wedding.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN attorney Areva Martin, CNN media correspondent Brian Stelter & psychologist Dr. Gail Saltz about the Duggar case. [MARTIN - reacts to the father's handling of the abuse & how relatives may have been involved in "criminal acts," not a "mistake"; remembers the victims of this crime & accountability.] [STELTER - talks about Mike Huckabee's statements about the Duggar family & TLC's business procedures in airing the Duggar reruns; comments of Duggar "hypocrisy".] [SALTZ - talks about a family of 19 kids.]

Cooper, Anderson

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