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Child Custody / Goldman Case #955079

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Dec 17, 2009
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The bitter international custody battle that began when David Goldman's wife took their son, Sean, to Brazil & never came back & later died introduced. [Last night, from the plane, D. GOLDMAN - hopes the rule of law will be followed & Sean will come home.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin, CNN producer Adam Reiss† & former federal prosecutor Sunny Hostin† about the Goldman case. [REISS - says David was slightly hopeful on the flight, but upset when he got on the ground; states David will stay in Brazil for a few days despite the frustration.] [TOOBIN - says foreign courts do not like to give up the kids.] [HOSTIN - talks about the circumstances which the child is in.]

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