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Terry / Family Secrets #753338

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 17, 2004
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(New York: Maria Hinojosa) The turmoil within the family of Operation Rescue founder Randall Terry, a crusader against abortion, divorce and homosexuality, featured; details given of Terry’s children’s claims that their father is the ultimate hypocrite; footage shown of Terry at anti-abortion rallies. [Earlier, TERRY – rails against abortion, unwed mothers & gays.] [Adopted son Jamiel TERRY††- talks about “coming out” as gay in an article in “Out” magazine.] [Adopted daughter Tila TERRY†- says she had sex outside marriage.] [Daughter Ebony WHITESTONE†- says the makeup of our family is not traditional.] [From “NewsNight with Aaron Brown,” TERRY – criticizes his son for making public statements about the family.]

Reporter(s):
Lin, Carol;
Hinojosa, Maria
Duration:
00:03:40

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