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Karr Interviews / Ablow Interview #841789

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 17, 2006
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) John Karr's interviews featured. [On camera & hidden camera, on "The Dr. Keith Ablow Show," KARR - says he not touching the subject of the morality of an adult being with a kid; states kids get sexually excited; admits he was released based on DNA evidence in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case.] [On "Larry King Live;" KARR - avoids questions about being jailed.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The view of Karr from Ablow presented in how own words. [On "Larry King Live;" ABLOW - talks about his four-hour "interview" with Karr when he did/did not know he was being interviewed with a hidden camera; calls Karr a "manipulative person" who could get children to meet his base desires & he is a danger to children; raises questions about what Karr does not say & about his needs as a pedophile & sociopath.]

Cooper, Anderson

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