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Eye On America (Crime: Child Abuse Trial) #352712

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Sep 02, 1993
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Waynesboro, Georgia: Bob Faw) The outcome of the trial of day care center owner Louis Penaranda on child abuse charges examined; scenes shown from Waynesborough, Georgia, where he was convicted despite evidence indicating he was innocent. [PENARANDA - denies allegations.] [Sheriff Gene JOHNSON - says lie detector tests indicate not guilty.] [Reporter Roger DODSON, wife Mindy PENARANDA, alleged victim's mother Valerie WRIGHT, Patricia SHAW, magistrate Patricia McDONALD, jurors Johnny RAYBURN, Herman LODGE, Louis PENARANDA - talk about the molestation case.] The question of whether the verdict was fair or came under pressure to avoid a racial riot reiterated.

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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