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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 11, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The story of Providence, RI, Mayor Vincent "Buddy" Cianci, who is under indictment for corruption. [On the streets of Providence, two PEOPLE, former governor of Rhode Island Bruce SUNDLUN - talk about Buddy, the politician.] [CIANCI - says he is innocent; talks about his relationship with the people; talks about running for office in the 1970s; notes the approval rating in the polls.] ["The Providence Journal" reporter Mike STANTON - says the question is "will Buddy walk;" outlines the support for the Cianci administration over the years; talks about Cianci's resilience in political crises.] [Mayoral candidate David CICILLINE - says the taxpayers have been paying under Cianci.]

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