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Child Abuse / Dollar Case / Huntsville, Alabama, Deaths #779285

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Feb 05, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(No location given: Jason Bellini) The arrest in Utah of John & Linda Dollar† for torturing five foster children in their Florida home featured. [San Juan County, Utah, OFFICIAL – recounts the arrest.] [Citrus County sheriff's office Capt. Jim CERNICH†, Gail TIERNEY†- describe how the children were abused.] [Child advocate Karen GIEVERS†- says there’s no excuse for leaving children in danger.] [Florida Governor Jeb BUSH – says it’s tragic.] The possible motive discussed.

(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Huntsville: Mikelyn Horton) Charges against a Huntsville, Alabama, woman in the deaths of her children featured; photos shown of victims Christopher, Latricia & Shanieka Ward†. [Huntsville Police Department Wendell JOHNSON†- says this may be a long & extensive investigation.] [NEIGHBOR – comments.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) The Huntsville mother’s confession that she starved her children to death reported.

Lin, Carol;
Bellini, Jason;
Horton, Mikelyn

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