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Texas / Sect Compound Raid / FLDS #890368

CNN Evening News for Monday, Apr 14, 2008
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[FLDS member "KATHLEEN" - says "Sarah Barlow Jessop" is a fictitious name and the prosecution followed a false report.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(Colorado City: Gary Tuchman) Breaking news on the FLDS sect meeting at the sect headquarters in Colorado City, Arizona, presented; details given about the multiple phone calls from a 16-year-old girl claiming abuse. [Private investigator Sam BROWER†- says it is unusual for a large gathering; indicates one girl may be making the phone calls.] [Former FLDS member Flora JESSOP†- comments on the phone number.] The speculation about the whereabouts of the single girl who made the calls, the conditions at the compound in Arizona and the link between the sect and the legal authorities there discussed.

Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary

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