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CNN Evening News for Friday, May 10, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Miami: Susan Candiotti) The Florida case of missing five-year-old Rilya Wilson updated. [Miami-Dade police director Carlos ALVAREZ - says we cannot tell what is true in the account from Rilya's "grandmother;" says the welfare workers have not been quite "honest." ] [Alleged grandmother Geralyn GRAHAM - says she would not hurt Rilya.] [Graham family attorney Edward SHOHAT - says Graham was upset at the time of the polygraph.] [Kansas City OFFICIAL - comments on the "Precious Doe" investigation.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Miami Herald columnist Ronald Steinback about who speaks for the children in Florida's welfare system. [STEINBACK - says there are no "good guys" in the Rilya story; admits there may be other Rilyas in the child welfare system; thinks people care but we don't know who to blame.]

Brown, Aaron;
Candiotti, Susan

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