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Law / Kelly Rape Case / Parole Hearing / The Victims #781899

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 02, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(New York: Chris Huntington) The background to the conviction of Alex Kelly for rape in 1986 featured; photos shown; details given about his flight to Europe until his surrender in 1995, extradition to the US, conviction & current parole hearing. ["Saint of Circumstance" author Sheila WELLER†- talks about the privileged kids of Darien, Connecticut; assesses Kelly's conviction for rape.] [Back then in the 1990s, Kelly attorney Thomas PUCCIO†- says the allegations will fly away.] [Stanford state attorney David COHEN†- opposes his release.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) How the women raped by Kelly will fight back to keep him in prison examined; photos shown of Kelly in Europe. [Victims Hillary BUCHANAN†, Adrienne BAK†- say Kelly is a sexual predator who took their freedom & then went on a paid vacation; express concern about Kelly.] Kelly's letter to the parole board quoted.

Brown, Aaron;
Huntington, Chris

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