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Salt Lake City, Utah / Smart Kidnapping / Elizabeth Found / Larsen, Morgan Interviews #723598

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 12, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Salt Lake City: Rusty Dornin) The elation in Salt Lake City, Utah, with the recovery of kidnapped teenager Elizabeth Smart featured; details given about suspect Brian Mitchell, a drifter who once worked at the Smart home. [Father Ed SMART - says he is glad for the happy ending.] [Salt Lake City police department Chief Rick DINSE†, Sandy police department Stephen CHAPMAN†- describe what happened after Elizabeth was spotted.] [Eyewitness Anita DICKERSON†- recounts recognizing the man with the girl.] [Uncle David SMART†- says Elizabeth's sister Mary Katherine is the hero.] [Uncle Tom SMART†- comments on the miracle.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with family friend Missy Larsen† about the Smart case. [LARSEN - recounts learning about finding Elizabeth & getting to see the relieved girl.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Salt Lake City deputy attorney general Kent Morgan†. [From Salt Lake City, MORGAN - describes the reaction to finding Elizabeth; states Elizabeth was taken against her will; outlines the criminal process.]

Brown, Aaron;
Dornin, Rusty

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