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Idaho / Child Abuse #324048

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 09, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Boise, ID: David Dow) Child "Johnny Doe," who was abused and abandoned near Boise, featured; details given, scenes shown. [Sheriff's investigator Rita ROWE -comments on situation.] [Ada Cnty. deputy sheriff Wes YEATES - comments on finding boy.] Retarded boy noted bearing scars of years of abuse; scenes shown. [Ada Cnty. sheriff Vaughn KILLEEN - comments on break in case.] [In Salt Lake City, UT, child Jeremy MADEIRA - comments on living next door to Eddie Tineman, or "Johnny Doe."] Eddie's father, Ed Tineman, Senior, and mother noted arrested shortly thereafter. Boise residents noted sending Eddie gifts and toys. [WOMAN - says Eddie could be anyone's grandson.]

Dow, David;
Rather, Dan

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