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Karr Interviews / A Discussion #841792

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 17, 2006
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[Last night on "Larry King Live;" John KARR - denies ever harming a child because he is a teacher.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin & Johns Hopkins psychiatry professor Dr. Fred Berlin about the Karr interviews. [BERLIN - explains why Karr said different things on & off camera {with Keith Ablow}; notes there have been no charges Karr has been sexual with a child; states it is not clear that this disturbed person has carried out dangerous behavior; notes Karr has lost touch with reality & has no set boundary about how to see children.] [TOOBIN - talks about possible prosecution of Karr if there is evidence linking him to JonBenet Ramsey; notes there seems to be no legal case against Karr.]

Cooper, Anderson

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