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(Studio: Katie Couric) The miracle rescue of two Missouri boys kidnapped years apart introduced; National Center for Missing & Exploited Children statistics on abductions by strangers cited.
(Kirkwood, Missouri: Bianca Solarzano) The mystery of how & why Shawn Hornbeck was kidnapped by & stayed with his captor, Michael Devlin, for four years featured. [Several NEIGHBORS - talk about Shawn.] [NYU child study center Marylene CLOITRE- talks about their fear & how the captor becomes the protector.] [Ben Ownby's uncle Loyd BAILIE- says Ben was Shawn's guardian angel.]
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(New York: Daniel Sieberg) The Internet connection in the Hornbeck case examined; Pew survey statistics on online teens cited; details given about possible message on computer Websites. [Former FBI agent Ed STROZ- says Internet information can be in plain view; notes how the "neighborhood" is now also where they go on their computers; states computer expertise is essential for investigations.]
- Couric, Katie;
- Solarzano, Bianca;
- Sieberg, Daniel
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