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Wal-Mart / Shank Lawsuit (Part I) #888664

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Mar 26, 2008
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The lawsuit brought by Wal-Mart against a family devastated by tragedy introduced.

(No location given: Randi Kaye) The story of Wal-Mart employee Debbie Shank, who has no short-term memory due to brain damage from a May 2000 highway accident, presented; details given about the fine print in her Wal-Mart job papers about the company recouping money from her legal settlement. [Husband Jim SHANK†- says Wal-Mart is within their right, but...; wants to keep the money to care for his wife, a disabled lady with no future.] Statement from Wal-Mart spokesman John Simley† quoted.

Cooper, Anderson;
Kaye, Randi

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