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Texas / Sect Compound Raid / Doyle Interview / Discussion #896352

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Apr 05, 2008
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(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Live interview held with pilot J.D. Doyle† about the raid on the polygamist compound in Eldorado, Texas, where police intend to search for children in the temple. [From Christoval, Texas, voice of DOYLE – reacts to the police raid; reviews the sect’s building activities; says they don’t pose a threat to the local community; outlines the sect’s beliefs.] Live in-studio discussion held with former sex abuse victim Shantique Wallace†, sex victim advocate Alesia Adams† and Department of Justice Lisa Krigsten† about sex abuse and the treatment of women by men within the sect. [WALLACE, ADAMS, KRIGSTEN - offer views.]
Sanchez, Rick

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