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Child Custody Case #122228

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, May 24, 1989
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(Studio: Peter Jennings ) Report introduced.

(DC: Tim O'Brien) Child custody case in which mother, Dr. Elizabeth Morgan, has been jailed for refusing to comply with court decision allowing her ex-husband, Dr. Eric Foretich, to have visitation rights with daughter Hilary Foretich featured; scenes and photos shown. [MORGAN - says she will not reveal where her daughter is.] [FORETICH - talks about daughter.] Extent of court powers in child custody cases discussed. [Morgan's attorney Steven SAChigh school - discusses case.] [MORGAN - says she won't be coerced.] [FORETICH - responds.] (Artist: Dana Verkouteren)

O'Brien, Tim;
Jennings, Peter

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