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Eye On America (Child Abuse) (Part II) #341831

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 17, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Elizabeth, Colorado: Bob Faw) Grand jury investigation in San Diego of the system's handling of child abuse cases examined; case studies of those falsely accused outlined. [Accused grandfather Ted SANDOVAL, accused fathers Dennis SHELL, Chris FRIEND; Mary SANDOVAL - express their feeling about being falsely accused of abuse.] [Grand jury member Carol HOPKINS, child psychologist Diane BAIRD, False Memory Syndrome Foundation Pamela FREYD - talk about the legal/social service system and its procedures that hurt the innocent.] Impact of the cases on the accused and their later relationship to their families reviewed. [Ted and Mary SANDOVAL, FRIEND, SHELL - comment further.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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