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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 14, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(No location given: Brian Cabell) The deposition testimony from Cardinal Bernard Law in the Catholic Church's sex abuse case of former priest Paul Shanley in Boston featured. [Attorney for archdiocese Owen TODD†, plaintiff's attorney Roderick MacLEISH†- talk about a possible settlement in the case.] [LAW - says he lacks professional competence in psychology.] The possible bankruptcy of the archdiocese due to the costs of other cases including that of Father John Geoghan noted. [Victim's father Rodney FORD†- talks about the abuse by priests under Law's supervision.]

Brown, Aaron;
Cabell, Brian

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