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Texas / Laney Child Murders / Bingham, Curry Interviews #752640

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Apr 04, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Tyler, Texas: Rebecca Aguilar) Reaction in Tyler, Texas, to the acquittal of Deanna Laney, who killed two of her children, featured; courtroom scenes shown. [First Assembly of God pastor Gary BELL†, WOMAN, two MEN- offer views on the not guilty by reason of insanity verdict.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Live discussion held with Smith County district attorney Matt Bingham† and Laney’s attorney Tonda Curry† about the verdict in the Laney case. [BINGHAM, CURRY - comment on the verdict; describe Laney’s state of mind and what it was like working with her; talk about the reaction of Laney’s husband; update the condition of Laney’s third son, who was severely injured; talk about the jury’s decision.]

Lin, Carol;
Aguilar, Rebecca

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