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Texas / Sect Compound Raid / Watkiss Interview (Part II) #889820

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 08, 2008
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Aerial video shown of the polygamous cult compound in Eldorado, Texas, while cult leader Warren Jeffs is heard singing.

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion held with KTVK reporter Mike Watkiss about the FLDS polygamy ranch and abuse of the young girls. [From San Angelo, WATKISS - says these stories are typical of what happens to women born into the community in Utah, Arizona and Texas; comments on the role of women in the sect and the control by a handful of men, who are cowards.] Statement from FLDS church presiding elder Merrill Jessop to the hauling off of the children quoted.

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