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Missing Children / Idaho / Internet Mystery #790307

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 18, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The case of two children {Shasta & Dylan Groene††} missing from an Idaho murder scene outlined.

(Washington: David Mattingly) The story of a young girl who was abused by her adoptive father in Orlando, Florida, & her pictures posted on the Internet updated; details given about the adoption of the girl from Russia, the following abuse, the FBI investigation of child pornography, the abuser's conviction, the re-adoption of the girl & the re-investigation of a crime already solved. [Toronto police department Det. Sgt. Paul GILLESPIE†- comments on the abuse of a vulnerable child.] [Last week, Orange County sheriff's department Lt. Matt IRWIN†- says we have located the victim.] [US attorney Mary Beth BUCHANAN†- says the girl's adoption was motivated by illegal sexual activity of young children.] How this case led to new criminal investigation techniques to identify locations explained; photos shown.

Brown, Aaron;
Mattingly, David

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