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Missing & Abused Children / Child Porn Case / Irwin Interview #790154

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 14, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: David Mattingly) The revelation that a young Internet porn victim who was the subject of a search in the US & Canada was found in 2003 by the FBI, who did not inform local authorities, featured; details given of the identification of the girl’s abuser as her adoptive father, who is now in a Pennsylvania prison. [Orange County, Florida, Sheriff’s Department Lt. Matt IRWIN†- reviews what is known.] [Toronto police Sgt. Paul GILLESPIE†- talks about abused children.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Taped interview held with Irwin about the possibility the girl will testify to keep her abuser in prison. [IRWIN – talks about the implications of exposing the girl.]

Lin, Carol;
Mattingly, David

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