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Texas / Sect Compound Raid #889667

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 06, 2008
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(Studio: Russ Mitchell) Report introduced.

(Eldorado, Texas: Hari Sreenivasan) The end of a standoff at a polygamous compound in Texas featured; scenes shown from Eldorado where authorities removed women and children from the compound of the sect that broke away from the Mormon church. [Eldorado resident Barbara ARENDT†- says they don't know our world.] [Child protective services Marleigh MEISNER†- says there was evidence of abuse.] The Branch Davidian tragedy at Waco in 1993 recalled. ["Eldorado Success" newspaper publisher Randy MANKIN†- comments.] The uncertain fate of the girl who called child service noted.

Mitchell, Russ;
Sreenivasan, Hari

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