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In Depth (Jehovah's Witnesses Sex Scandal) #954362

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 21, 2007
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The settlement by the Jehovah’s Witnesses of 9 lawsuits claiming church policies protected men who abused children noted.

(Washington: Lisa Myers) Evidence that church leaders knew that prominent members were abusing children examined; details given about the accusations against Frederick McClean†, James Henderson† and Alvin Heard††. [Deputy US Marshal Thomas MARANDA†- states McClean’s participation in the church gave him access to his victims.] [Former church insider Barbara ANDERSON†- says the policies and procedures protect pedophiles.]

Williams, Brian;
Myers, Lisa

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