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Haiti / American Jailed / Sebring Interview #983152

CNN Evening News for Friday, Dec 17, 2010
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The jailing of an American aide worker, Paul Waggoner††, in Haiti after claims a boy was turned into a zombie reviewed; scenes shown from Haiti in February, 2010, with reports on the death of the baby in the case; details given about the arrest last Sunday.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Paul Sebring about the Waggoner arrest. [SEBRING - recounts what Waggoner has said and the stories the late baby's father is saying; asserts Waggoner is innocent and had no connection to the child who had a fever and died; defends Waggoner for giving up his life to help people in Haiti.]

Cooper, Anderson

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