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CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 15, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) The arrest of Kevin Underwood† for the murder of a 10-year-old Oklahoma girl; the discovery of the bodies of 2 missing Milwaukee boys; stormy weather across the US; charges against 3 Weather Channel crew members for trespassing in Tennessee on a tornado victim’s property; former Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Richard Myers’ criticism of retired generals calling for the resignation of Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld; the welcoming of gay & lesbian families to the annual White House Easter Egg Roll, and the anti-administration stance of the Dixie Chicks noted. [McClain County, Oklahoma, district attorney Tim KUYKENDALL††– calls the murder heinous & atrocious.] [In Milwaukee, boy’s UNCLE – comments.] Last Call question introduced.

Lin, Carol

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