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Missouri / Missing Boys / Devlin Attorneys Interview / Hornbeck #849877

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 16, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Kirkwood, Missouri: Jonathan Freed) The story of the kidnapping in Missouri of boys Ben Ownby & Shawn Hornbeck by Michael Devlin updated; scenes shown of Devlin in handcuffs. [Franklin County Sheriff Gary TOELKE†- talks about the investigation.] [Ben's mother Doris OWNBY - says Ben needs to get back to normal.] [FBI's Roland CORVINGTON - praise teen Mitchell Holtz.] The status of filing federal charges against Devlin discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Devlin attorneys Ethan Corlija† & Michael Kielty about their client; inset scenes shown of Devlin. [CORLIJA - talks about meeting with Devlin, who will plead not guilty & is aware of the press coverage; gives his impressions of Devlin, who is quiet & introverted; states we have not seen any evidence against Devlin yet.] [KIELTY - talks about the family in these kind of cases; states we cannot comment on any evidence.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Richwoods, Missouri: David Mattingly) The abduction of Hornbeck from the small town of Richwoods, Missouri, in 2002 reviewed; scenes shown of searchers; details given about the theories about what happened to Shawn. [Mother Pam AKERS†, searcher Wayne EVENS†, former fire chief Rose HOFFMANN†- comment on the search for Shawn.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data from the Justice Department on kidnappings by strangers outlined on screen.

Cooper, Anderson;
Freed, Jonathan;
Mattingly, David

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