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Children / Foster Care #318999

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 21, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Auburn, Georgia: Bob Faw) Cases of "Christine", "Stacy" and "L.J.", abused as foster children, detailed. ["CHRISTINE"- comments on being raped by foster father.] ["L.J." - comments on beatings.] Foster children reported suing social service agencies. ["Stacy's" adoptive mother BRENDA E. - comments on social services' responsibility.] [Dennis COLLINS - comments on abuse his niece, Kathy Jo Taylor, received in foster home.] [National Association of Social Workers spokesperson Joan ZLOTNIK - says system should be blamed, not social workers.] [Georgia attorney general Michael BOWERS and attorney Don KEENAN - comment.] [COLLINS - comments on situation.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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