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California / Dugard Kidnapping #953671

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 31, 2009
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(Studio: Harry Smith) Report introduced.

(Antioch, California: John Blackstone) The investigation into the kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard by Phillip and Nancy Garrido updated; scenes shown of pink ribbons at Jaycee’s mother’s home in Riverside, California, and the Garrido house in Antioch; photos shown of Jaycee’s daughters, with faces obscured, and the Garridos’ secret backyard; map shown of registered sex offenders in Contra Costa County. [Garrido acquaintance Cheyvonne MOLINO†- describes the daughters’ attendance at a party.] [California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Scott KERNAN†- defends the parole officer who did not discover the backyard.] [Neighbor Marci KENNARD†- criticizes authorities.]

Smith, Harry;
Blackstone, John

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