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Arizona / Sex Offender / Schools / Gonzales Interview #850804

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Feb 01, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(San Francisco: Dan Simon) The story of seventh grader Casey Price {aka Neil Rodreick†}, who was actually a 29-year-old sex offender who conned his way into four Arizona schools with the help of his "family," reviewed; pictures shown of his three accomplices, who lived together & had sex together. [Parent Michelle JACKSON†, KID - raises questions.] [Imagine School spokeswoman Rhonda CAGLE†- talks about Casey, the student.] Various issues in this sex offenders case discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Mingus Springs charter school director Dawn Gonzales about the case. [GONZALES - talks about Casey's appearance & demeanor, how his "grandfather" tried to enroll him in the school, how she originally believed Casey was an abducted child, not an adult; describes her shocked reaction to the facts.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Simon, Dan

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