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Texas / Sect Compound / The Children / DNA Tests #890987

ABC Evening News for Monday, Apr 21, 2008
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The start of the collection of DNA samples from the children taken in the raid on the polygamous compound in Texas reported.

(San Angelo, Texas: Neal Karlinsky) The court order of DNA sampling to sort out identities in the custody battle over the children featured; names of sect people listed on screen. [New York University medical center Dr. Harry OSTRER†- cites the challenges in the DNA testing.] [George Washington University law school professor Jonathan TURLEY†- says so many children have parentage in question.] [FLDS families spokesman Jim BRADSHAW†- says the sect members just want their children back now.]

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

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