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Aruba / Missing Teenager / Clark Interview #792176

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jun 04, 2005
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Palm Beach, Aruba: Karl Penhaul) Videophone report on the search in Aruba for missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway†, who disappeared while vacationing with classmates, presented; scenes shown of searchers on the beach and at the Occidental hotel. [Mother Beth Holloway TWITTY†- says she is not leaving Aruba without Natalee.] [Aruba police Deputy Commander Gerold DOMPIG†- reviews the investigation.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) The reaction in Natalee’s hometown of Birmingham noted. [Friends Abby ANDREWS†, Brooke GARDNER†– call for prayers for Natalee.] Live interview held with former FBI agent Don Clark† about the growing search for Natalee. [From Houston, CLARK – says it does not appear Natalee disappeared of her own accord; explains why the 3 men she was last seen with have not been arrested; comments on possible friction between the FBI & Aruban police.]

Lin, Carol;
Penhaul, Karl

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