ABC Evening News for Friday, May 13, 1994
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The role of two suburban mothers in pushing for state enforcement of child molestation laws featured; the case in which Washington state refused to pay the money to transport a wanted child molester back for trial that got the two women involved outlined. [Sharon LINZY, Ila PERISIN - talk about the problem of child molestation.] [Chicago Mayor Richard DALEY - comments on the case.] [Extradited child molester Joseph DAVIS - proclaims his innocence.] Their organization, Lock Out Child Krime, said lobbying for revision of the child molestation laws. [Representative Mel REYNOLDS - backs the ladies.]
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