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The Silent Shame Follow-Up #538900

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 28, 1984
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REPORTER: John Palmer

(Copenhagen, Denmark) Danish police reported continuing interrogations of Willy and Lyla Strauss over their child pornography business following NBC special "The Silent Shame"; films shown. [Willy STRAUSS - declines comment.] [In April, Lyla STRAUSS - brags about their business] Willy Strauss' proposal to undercover NBC reporter to publish child pornography outlined. Status of police investigation into Strauss as well as COQ International, specializing in pornography involving male children and adults, discussed; justice minister Eric Ninhansen said proposing prison sentences for those convicted of child pornography due to publicity from "The Silent Shame."
REPORTER: Mark Nykanen

Nykanen, Mark;
Palmer, John

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