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CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 14, 2004
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Charlotte, North Carolina: Maria Hinojosa) The story of the anti-abortion Operation Rescue founder Randall Terry & his three adopted children featured; excerpts shown of Terry's protests against abortion & other causes. [TERRY - speaks against the homosexual agenda.] [Son & daughter Jamiel & Tila TERRY, daughter Ebony WHETSTONE†- talk about their lives, their non-traditional family, their father & trying to live up to a certain image.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with Society for Truth & Justice president Randall Terry. [From Jacksonville, TERRY - comments on his son Jamiel's homosexual lifestyle & his financial deal with "Out" magazine that resulted in an inaccurate picture of the family; calls homosexuality a destructive addiction.]

Brown, Aaron;
Hinojosa, Maria

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