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A Closer Look (Chaos in Court) #890525

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 17, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) A closer look at the Texas court hearing on the custody of 416 children taken from the polygamous sect compound in Texas introduced.

(San Angelo, Texas: Neal Karlinsky) The chaos in the legal case over whether the children should be taken away from their parents featured; scenes shown from outside the courthouse; courtroom sketches by Brigitte Woosley† shown while the lawyers' arguments and the statements of Judge Barbara Walther† are reviewed. [Sect member attorney Susan HAYS†, Texas state bar Guy CHOATE†, FLDS families spokesman Rod PARKER†- comment on the case.] The "bishop's records" on the ages of husbands and wives at the ranch cited.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Karlinsky, Neal
Duration:
00:02:30

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