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Domestic Abuse / Rihanna and Brown / A Discussion #924547

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 10, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The accusations that singer Chris Brown battered his girlfriend singer Rihanna reviewed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with InSession anchor Lisa Bloom, Center for the Advancement of Women's Faye Wattleton and UCLA's Dr. Michael Rodriguez about Brown and Rihanna; iReport from Matthew Milam played. [BLOOM - says 80-90 percent of battered women go back to their abusers; comments on the legal policy in cases of domestic violence in California.] [RODRIGUEZ - offers views on domestic violence.] [WATTLETON - says we are dealing with late adolescents here; comments on violence among teens.] Other material: [Oprah WINFREY - says a man will hit you again.]

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