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US-Cuba Relations / Elian's Custody Case #191658

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 16, 2000
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Miami: Karla Davis) The wait for the latest legal decision in the custody case for six-year-old Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez reviewed; scenes shown of father Juan Miguel Gonzalez and of Elian in Miami, including video from the Univision interview. [Miami Herald newspaper reporter Eunice PONCE - describes Elian's reaction when he talked to his father on the phone.] The issue of the pressure on the child outlined. [University of Miami psychology department Alan DELAMATER - says Elian has been distracted by the surreal atmosphere around him.] [National Council of Churches Rev. Joan Brown CAMPBELL - describes Elian's father's reaction to the Univision video.]

Davis, Karla;
Simpson, Carole

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