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Texas / Sect Compound Raid / Jeffs Finances #889858

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 09, 2008
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Breaking news on the naming of Dale Barlow as the abuser of the 16-year-old girl in the FLDS compound in Texas updated.

(New York: Randi Kaye) Prophet Warren Jeffs and his finances examined; details given about how taxpayers are picking up part of the tab, how cash is driven across state lines and how the welfare system is used to get government aid. [KTVK reporter Mike WATKISS†- talks about Jeffs.] [Former FLDS member Rena MACKERT†- says the kids turn over their job money to the prophet.]

(Studio: Campbell Brown, Randi Kaye) The poverty level of these huge polygamous families discussed.

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