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Protecting Our Children / Newberger Interview #784092

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 21, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The big picture of preying on children presented; details given of the uneven tracking of sexual predators. [National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Ernie ALLEN†- says most predators seek legitimate access to children; notes our supervision system is overwhelmed; states registration needs to be enforced.] [Jacob Wetterling Foundation Alison FEIGH†- expresses frustration; talks about teaching children about the problem.] [Sangamon County, Illinois, assistant state's attorney Sheryl ESSENBURG†- talks about civil commitment laws.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with "Child Abuse" author Dr. Eli Newberger. [From Boston, NEWBERGER - says the offenders have a distorted view of their sexual impulses; states parents need to assure their children & give them tools to understand predatory behavior; offers advice.]

Brown, Aaron

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