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Television / The Duggars / Sex Abuse Scandal / A Discussion (Part III) #1084789

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jun 05, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The questions about what Jim Bob & Michelle Duggar said in their Fox interview about the sexual abuse by their son Josh Duggar introduced. [With Meyn Kelly, SISTER - defends Josh.]

(New York: Jean Casarez) The response from "In Touch" magazine to what the Duggars said in their interview examined. [In interview, Jim BOB DUGGAR - talks about handling Josh, the sheriff's bribery, going to the Arkansas police.] [Attorney/law professor Marci HAMILTON@- cites the Duggars' legal responsibility about sexual abuse in a family.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Brian Stelter) How the Duggars interview made a bad situation worse, how the Duggars' p.r. firm set up the Fox interview, whether TLC will come back with the Duggar show now that the secret is out discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Casarez, Jean;
Brian, Anderson Cooper,
Duration:
00:06:50

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