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Child Custody / Goldman Case / Two Interviews #955274

CNN Evening News for Monday, Dec 21, 2009
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(Studio: Erica Hill) The efforts by American David Goldman to regain custody of his son, Sean, who has been living in Brazil for the last five years, reviewed; family photos shown. [By phone, in interview, GOLDMAN - reacts to the latest Brazil court ruling; recounts what he & his son talk about; wants to go home for Christmas; asserts Sean is being held illegally.]

(Studio: Erica Hill) Live telephone interview held with attorney for the Brazil family Sergio Tostes about the custody case. [TOSTES - recounts Sean's case in Brazil; comments on the legal issues & the family's offers to David Goldman.]

Hill, Erica

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