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Pennsylvania / Missing Woman / Tanya's Story / Franklin Interview #826490

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Mar 25, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(No location given: Heidi Collins) The reunion of Tanya Kach† with her family 10 years after vanishing from her Pennsylvania middle school featured; details given of her tale of being abducted by Thomas Hose† and living as a prisoner in his home. [Hose’s attorney Jim ECKER†- comments on Hose.] [KACH – tells her story.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Live in-studio interview held with YWCA sexual assault program coordinator Kiki Franklin† about recovering from an ordeal such as Kach’s. [FRANKLIN – says her family will probably need life-long therapy; says Kach can learn how to have a normal relationship; offers tips for parents.]

Lin, Carol;
Collins, Heidi

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