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Texas / Sect Compound Raid / Colorado City #889852

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 09, 2008
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Aerial video shown of the polygamous cult compound in Eldorado, Texas, while cult leader Warren Jeffs is heard singing "Yearning for Zion."

(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Colorado City: Gary Tuchman) The Arizona-Utah border towns where Jeffs' communities are located visited; details recalled of the 1953 raid. [Two Colorado City FLDS MEMBERS - react to the raid in Texas.] [Wives of polygamists Marlyne HAMMON†, Priscilla HAMMON†, Fawneta CAROLL†, former Jeffs follower Marvin WYLER†- talk about their lives and the raid on the Texas compound.] What is known about mysterious suspect Dale Barlow, who was convicted of a sex crime with a minor, discussed.

Brown, Campbell;
Tuchman, Gary

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