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Georgia / Wilson Sex Case #856960

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jan 27, 2007
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) The case of Georgia high school athlete Genarlow Wilson†, who was convicted as a sex offender for having oral sex with a teenage girl, updated; scenes shown from the Douglasville Day's Inn where Wilson and friends rang in the New Year; video shown of the party; details given about the outdated state law. [WILSON - talks about losing his freedom; states the sex was consensual.] [Talk radio host Neal BOORTZ†- comments on the “ridiculous law.”] [Douglas County prosecutor Eddie BARKER†- says no physical force was used.] [Wilson’s attorney B.J. BERNSTEIN†- agrees this is a travesty of justice.] [Juror Marie MANIGAULT†- says with the spirit of the law he was not guilty.]
Sanchez, Rick

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