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CNN Evening News for Monday, Aug 12, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Miami: Susan Candiotti) Another glaring failure for Florida's embattled child welfare system featured; details given about how reporters for the "South Florida Sun-Sentinel" found some lost kids. [Governor Jeb BUSH - says it is not acceptable for a newspaper to find missing children.] [Reporter Sally KESTIN†- explains how the kids like Richard de Leon were tracked down.] [Child advocate attorney Karen GIEVERS†- comments.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with "South Florida Sun-Sentinel" reporter Megan O'Matz†. [From Ft. Lauderdale, O'MATZ - outlines the process used to search for the missing children; describes the living situations for the children found.]

Brown, Aaron;
Candiotti, Susan

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