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CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 07, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Centennial, Wyoming: Drew Griffin) The uncertain future for the West’s wild horses as a result of a law allowing them to be sold featured; scenes shown of mustangs; details given of the suspension of sales after the discovery that some were slaughtered. [Rancher Ron HAWKINS†- explains what the horses represent.] [Bureau of Land Management Stephanie ANDERSEN†- comments on the BLM’s mustang adoption program.] Hawkins’s formation of Wild Horses Wyoming to save the horses noted. [HAWKINS – comments on purchasing land for the horses; says it’s about freedom.]

Lin, Carol;
Griffin, Drew

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