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Inside Story (Starving Kids) #741707

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 12, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) A “60 Minutes II” investigation of the case of Raymond & Vanessa Jackson, who were arrested after accusations that they starved their four adopted boys in the family’s New Jersey home, previewed; 911 call played; photos & video shown. [Raymond & Vanessa JACKSON – say they miss their kids.] [New Jersey child advocate Kevin RYAN†- speculates on why a family would starve children.] [Jackson family pastor Rev. Harry THOMAS†- says they are not guilty.] [Biological children Raymond JACKSON, Jr.†, Renee JACKSON†- talk about adopted son Bruce’s eating habits.] More about the case on “60 Minutes II” noted.

Rather, Dan

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