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South Carolina / Hiers Manhunt #790901

CNN Evening News for Saturday, May 21, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Charleston & Goose Creek, South Carolina: Randi Kaye) The manhunt for former South Carolina policeman Daniel Hiers†, who is suspected of killing his wife and molesting children, reviewed; details given about Hiers’ obsession with a little girl in his karate class; photos shown. [Alleged victim’s mother “LESLIE” – talks about Hiers’ relationship with her daughter.] [Wife’s sister Alesandro Cohe de ARUJO†- describes how Hiers began to ignore his wife, whom he married when she was 17, as she grew older.] [Karate instructor Dale COKERS†- says we had no clue Hiers was married.] [Hiers’ family friend Tracie ANDERSON†, spiritual advisor Kelly FOX†- comment.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Phone number to call with information on Hiers listed.

Lin, Carol;
Kaye, Randi

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