FNC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 31, 2007
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(Boston: Molly Line) The debate over special education in public schools, sparked by the murder of Lincoln-Sudbury high school student James Alenson by autistic student John Odgren in Boston, examined; scenes from the courtroom, the New England Center for Children in Southborough, Massachusetts, and picture of Alenson shown; statistics cited. [NECC executive director Vincent STRULLY- says he has never seen children with autism be violent toward others.] [Staff intensive unit Jason BOURRET, attorney Jonathan SHAPIRO- comment on the incident.]
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