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CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Feb 27, 2007
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: David Mattingly) The story of 13-year-old Clay Moore, who escaped from an armed kidnapping, presented; details given about how he was tied to a tree and then used a safety pin to untie his hands. [At Bradenton, Florida, press conference, stepfather Steve KELLE†- recounts what happened to Clay.] The kidnapper Vicente Beltran-Moreno† named.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with family safety expert Bob Stuber about this stranger abduction; safety demonstration videos shown. [STUBER - cites the message from this story about kidnap victims being active, rather than passive; explains what to do if someone in a car points a gun at him or if you get locked in a car.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The case of kidnap victims Shawn Hornbeck and Ben Ownby updated.

Cooper, Anderson;
Mattingly, David

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