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Eye On America (Child Abuse: Court-Appointed Guardians) #336635

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 27, 1991
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Miami: Doug Tunnell) Program of court-appointed guardians to help care for abused children who are in the court system featured; scenes shown from Miami children's shelter and from Charlotte, North Carolina. [Guardian ad litem program Judi STRAUSE - talks about children as victims.] [77- year-old guardian Jim HOLLAND - talks about the kids.] [Circuit court judge William GLADSTONE - talks about the problem.] Guardians' goal of reuniting parents with their children noted. [Mother "NADINE," GUARDIAN - talk about her case.] [GLADSTONE - wonders about America's priority system.]

Smith, Harry;
Tunnell, Doug

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