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Parental Kidnapping #271412

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 28, 1980
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(Studio) Congress said holding hearing on proposed law to make child snatching by estranged parents a federal crime.
REPORTER: Charles Osgood

(Rochester, New York) [Rhea DEMMERT - talks about trauma of losing her child, who was snatched by her ex-husband.] Estimates of number of children snatched given. [Psychologist Dr. Jeannette MINKOFF - says child snatching causes psychological harm to children.] [Monroe Cnty., New York, District Attorney Lawrence KURLANDER - calls child snatching a crime of violence against young children.] [Parent Dale BERNE - talks about search for his children.] [Executive assistant director FBI Francis MULLEN Junior - talks about cost of parental kidnapping bill before Congress]
REPORTER: Rita Flynn

Reporter(s):
Flynn, Rita;
Osgood, Charles
Duration:
00:04:10

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