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In Depth (US-Cuba Relations / Gonzalez Custody Battle) #627839

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 29, 1999
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Statistics on refugees from Cuba cited.

(Miami: Kerry Sanders) The international custody battle over 5-year-old Cuban refugee Elian Gonzalez featured. [In Cuba, Elian's father Juan Miguel GONZALEZ-QUINTANA(thru translator) - says nobody has the right to take his son away.] [Elian's cousin Marisleysis GONZALEZ - says Elian will have a future here.] [Elian's teacher Yamilin MORALES(thru translator) - comments.] [Psychologist Dr. Stephanie COARD - says the child's relationship with his father is important.] [Representative Ileana ROS- LEHTINEN - opposes sending Elian back to Cuba.] [Legal Aid Society Ronald RICHTER - says the natural father has a right to raise his children.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Sanders, Kerry

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