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Texas / Sect Compound / The Children #891149

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Apr 24, 2008
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.

(Colorado Springs, Colorado: Gary Tuchman) The phone call that started the custody battle over the children at the polygamous sect in Texas examined; scenes shown of Rosita Swinton in custody in Colorado; details given about suspicions she made many hoax phone calls. [Castle Rock, Colorado, police spokesman Angela COPELAND†, police Cpl. Randall SPAECHT†- recount what Swinton said in the police interview.] [911 supervisor Kelly SEAMAN†, former FLDS member Flora JESSOP†- recounts what Swinton said in her phone calls.] The mysteries about Swinton noted.

Brown, Campbell;
Tuchman, Gary

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