03/08/05

News 7 at Five


ENG#=1 Today on News 7 at 5, a bomb threat


ends the day early for some local high
school students.
VO NAT VO NAT

Plus a guilty plea to murder means a
New River Valley man will spend a long
time in prison.

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Wow, that was some cold front. Wind
Advisories are still in effect.
Temperatures crash tonight. Details
ahead.
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ENG#=2 Former President Bill Clinton


faces more surgery.
VO NAT VO NAT

Organizers of Roanoke's Festival in
the Park say they will NOT stage any
concerts at Victory Stadium this year.

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SHANNON ON CAM

Plus Joy Sutton will show us a
procedure that allows baby boomers to
throw away their reading glasses.

News 7 at 5 is next.
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*CG 4063


*CG standup Shannon Young
syoung@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Robin Reed

rreed@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Mike Stevens
mstevens@wdbj7.com


*CG standup Brent Watts
bwatts@wdbj7.com
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ENG#=3



VO-NAT VO-NAT



A bomb threat sends some Roanoke
students home early.

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Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
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GRAPHIC=News 7 at 5 The threat was called in around 11:15
ENG#=4 this morning at William Fleming High


School.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Roanoke

Two bomb-sniffing dogs searched the
building, but turned up nothing.

Officials originally had the students
wait outside the school, but because of

the cold weather, sent them next door
to Ruffner Middle School, where kids
waited to go home.

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INQ=how do you




*CG 2line
Beryl McCadden 5:18 HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT BEING HOME? Student FINE, CAUSE IT'S COLD OUT HERE 22

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OQ=cold out here





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INQ=of course i'm




*CG 2line Brittni Taylor
Student 8:20 OF COURSE I'M THINKING HOW COME IT
HAD TO BE OUR SCHOOL, OUT OF ALL THE
SCHOOLS IN ROANOKE, IT JUST HAD TO BE
OURS, BUT I GOT OUT OF CLASS THOUGH 28

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OQ=class though





VO-NAT VO-NAT



The building was cleared around one
o'clock.

Officials say it's the first time
they've had such a scare.

Police are now investigating.


So far, no arrests have been made.

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ANCHOR ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=Guilty Plea The triggerman in a Radford
ENG#=1 murder is headed to prison.



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Radford

19 year old Aamir Brown pled
guilty to eight, including first degree
murder. this afternoon.
*CG locator Radford Last May, Brown shot and killed May 2004 Brian Gray and wounded another man in :06 this apartment on Downey Street in the
city.

As part of a plea agreement,
Brown was sentenced to 70 years in
prison.

A capital murder charge was
lowered to first degree murder.

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INQ=It's a long time




*CG 2line Christopher Tuck
Defense Attorney CHRISTOPHER TUCK: 17:52:42:00 IT'S A
LONG TIME, BUT AT THE SAME TIME, WE

WERE FACING NOT A LONG AMOUNT OF TIME
:48 WE WERE FACING THE DEATH PENALTY
AND WE WERE ABLE TO GET THAT OUT OF THE
EQUATION FOR OUR CLIENT. AND THAT'S OUR
NUMBER ONE JOB :54TO ZEALOUSLY
REPRESENT HIM, BUT ALSO TO REMOVE THE
POSSIBILITY OF DEATH:58

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OQ=possibility of death.





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Brown also agreed to testify
against another man who has yet to be
charged in the murder.

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ANCHOR ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

Coming up tonight at 6:00, we'll
tell you about an outburst in the
courtroom that may have one family
member in trouble.
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GRAPHIC=Clinton Former president Clinton says he
ENG#=2 feels "fine" -- two days before


undergoing more surgery.

The former president has a
buildup of fluid and scar tissue in one
of his lungs that makes breathing
uncomfortable.

Jennifer Donelan reports.

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*CG locator Washington, DC


*CG 2line Dr. Allan Schwartz
Presbyterian Hospital


*CG 2line Jennifer Donelan
CBS News




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OQ=STD < (END SOT) PRESIDENT BILL CLINTON BOUNCED INTO A


WHITE

HOUSE PRESS CONFERENCE:



"We're here to take questions about
tsunami aid."



BUT THE QUESTIONS QUICKLY SHIFTED TO
CLINTON'S HEALTH AND HIS DECISION

TO GO BACK UNDER THE KNIFE



Sot (CLINTON, "It's no big deal...we're
going to play golf tomorrow."



CLINTON HAD OPEN HEART SURGERY BACK IN
SEPTEMBER. SINCE THEN HE'S BEEN

HE'S TEAMED WITH FORMER PRESIDENT BUSH
TO RAISE MONEY FOR TSUNAMI

VICTIMS. BUT, IN RECENT WEEKS, HE'S
HAD SOME "DISCOMFORT", ESPECIALLY

WHILE WALKING AROUND HIS NEW YORK HOME:



Sot - Dr. Allan Schwartz, Chief,
Division of Cardiology, New

York-Presbyterian Hospital

"he had noticed in past month that on
steep hills getting winded a bit


more easily."



DOCTORS DISCOVERED SCAR TISSUE AROUND
HIS HEART AND FLUID IN HIS CHEST.

THEY CALL IT A "RELATIVELY RARE
COMPLICATION" FROM HIS PREVIOUS

QUADRUPLE BYPASS. USING A SMALL
INCISION DOCTORS PLAN TO ALLEVIATE THE

PROBLEMS DURING A LOW RISK PROCEDURE IN
NEW YORK THURSDAY.



SOT, CLINTON, they have to do is drain


it; it's a routine sort of deal



CLINTON'S HOSPITAL STAY IS EXPECTED TO
BE 3 - TO 10 DAYS...THE HE'LL

REST OVER THE FOLLOWING TWO WEEKS... NO
ONE DOUBTS HE'LL BE OUT OF

ACTION FOR LONG:



SOT: BUSH pres bush and clinton are


going to play golf

tomorrow...show's how sick he is.



DONELAN STANDUP CLOSE: "THE FORMER
PRESIDENT IS EXPECTED TO MAKE A FULL

RECOVERY. HE SAID AS SOON AS HE FEELS
BETTER HE'S COMING BACK TO WORK.

NO SURPRISE FROM A MAN, FRIENDS CALL,

THE COMEBACK KID. JDO, CBS NEWS,

WASH DCTERMS.">>


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GRAPHIC=Bush President Bush says the US and
ENG#=3 its allies are keeping terrorists on


the run.

VO-NAT :13 VO-NAT

*CG locator Washington, DC

While giving a pep talk to some
of the nation's military planners this
morning, the President pointed to
recent elections in Iraq, Afghanistan
and the Palestinian territories as
proof that democracy is on the rise.

SOT FULL at :13 SOT FULL (:33 - :42) AT : 13



INQ=It should be clear... PRESIDENT BUSH: IT SHOULD BE CLEAR


THAT THE ANTIDOTE TO RADICALISM AND
TERROR IS THE TOLERANCE AND HOPE
KINDLED IN FREE SOCIETIES.`

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OQ=in free societies.





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The President also issued a few
warnings...to Iran and Syria to put an

end to terrorism...and one to Americans
saying the US is still a target.

He lightly touched upon as what
critics see as a major problem for
him...the ongoing battle with
insurgents in Iraq.

To date, more than 15-hundred
American troops have died.

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ENG#=APRISA Coming up next on the newcast,


Roanoke's Festival in the Park is
avoiding Victory Stadium.

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Plus Michael Jackson's attorney tries
to get a lead witness to admit to lying
on the stand.

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MINIOPEN SHANNON ON CAM
SHANNON ON CAM The brother of the boy Michael
GRAPHIC=Jackson Jackson is accused of molesting was
ENG#=1 back on the witness stand today



Under intense cross examination,
Jackson's defense is

suggesting that the boy is lying.

Manuel Gallegus reports.

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*CG locator Santa Maria, CA


*CG 2line Manuel Gallegus
CBS News


*CG 2line J. Randy Taraborrelli
CBS News Consultant


*CG 2line Jim Hammer
Former Prosecutor








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JACKSON AND HIS PARENTS, BUT PERHAPS A

BETTER DAY FOR HIS DEFENSE.



ATTORNEY TOM MESEREAU HAMMERED AWAY AT
THE BROTHER OF JACKSONS ACCUSER,

TRYING TO POINT OUT INCONSISTENCIES IN
HIS TESTIMONY.



ON MONDAY THE TEEN TOLD JURORS HE SAW
JACKSON SEXUALLY FONDLING HIS

OLDER BROTHER TWICE IN THE POP STARS
BEDROOM.



-STAND-UP-Manuel Gallegus, Santa Maria
CBS NEWS

BUT TODAY ON CROSS EXAMINATION MESEREAU
ACCUSED THE BOY OF TELLING

DIFFERENT VERSIONS OF HIS STORY TO
DIFFERENT INVESTIGATORS, SUGGESTING

HES MAKING IT UP.



-SOT-J. RANDY TARABORRELLI, Jackson


Biographer, CBS News Consultant

he is sticking to his story...even

when he appears to be lying, he

won't concede he just holds on to it.



(SUPER: COURTROOM ART BY BILL ROBLES)



AT ONE POINT MESEREAU HELD UP A PICTURE
OF THE PORN-MAGAZINE, "BARELY

LEGAL." THE BOY SAID JACKSON HAD SHOWED
THAT MAGAZINE TO HIM AND HIS

BROTHER. BUT THE DATE OF THE MAGAZINE
WAS FROM AUGUST-LONG AFTER THE

FAMILY LEFT THE NEVERLAND RANCH.
CONFRONTED WITH THE DATES, THE BOY

SAID, "I NEVER SAID IT WAS EXACTLY THAT
MAGAZINE."



MESEREAU ALSO PRESSURED THE BOY TO
ADMIT HE HAD LIED UNDER OATH BEFORE

IN A PREVIOUS LAWSUIT THE FAMILY WAS
INVOLVED IN.



SOT, JIM HAMMER, COURTROOM OBSERVER,


FORMER PROSECUTOR.

This is a 14 yealr old boy against a
seasoned attorney out to get

him...the boy is afraid of him.



THE BOY LEFT COURT HIDDEN UNDER A COAT.
AND JACKSON...




-NAT SOT JACKSON





"I'M FEELING FINE...I'LL SEE YOU
TOMORROW."



MANUEL GALLEGUS, CBS NEWS SANTA
MARIA.>>
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GRAPHIC=None When Festival in the Park returns for
ENG#=2 its 36th year, a kick-off concert in


Victory Stadium will NOT be part of the
show.

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*CG locator Roanoke
May 28, 2004 Organizers are dropping the stadium as
one of their venues, while they expand
the line-up of concerts in Elmwood
Park.

By re-allocating funds, Eventzone
Executive Director Larry Landolt
(LAN-DALT) says Festival will be able
to offer nine concerts in ten days.

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*CG 2line Larry Landolt
EventZone Executive Director LARRY LANDOLT/EVENTZONE EXECUTIVE
DIRECTOR: OF COURSE EVERYBODY HAS BEEN
TO FESTIVAL AT ONE TIME OR ANOTHER.
WE'VE BEEN HEARING WE WANT MORE
EVENTS, MORE CONCERTS, MORE NIGHTS OF
EVENTS, AND ACTIVITY IN THE PARK AND
THAT'S EXACTLY WHAT WE'RE DOING.

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This year, the concert line-up will
cover a variety of musical tastes,
including the country act Shenandoah,
the Pat McGee Band, and the Beatles
tribute band, 1964.

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GRAPHIC=Healthcheck As you get older chances are you may
ENG#3 need reading glasses to see things like


the newspaper up-close.

Millions of Americans have
presbyopia -- an eye condition that

typically starts to affect people in
their 40's.

But there is a procedure that can
help.
TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY


Healthcheck Banner TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Joy Sutton joins us with the details
in this Healthcheck 7 report.

Shannon, this procedure only takes
about three minutes.
JOY FULL JOY FULL *CG standup Joy Sutton
jsutton@wdbj7.com While it's not a cure, NearVision
Conductive Keratoplasty or CK -- can
elimate the need for reading glasses
for many baby boomers.


SOT FULL INQ=While it's not a cure SOT FULL

*CG locator Salem
hits at :00


*CG 2line Addie Crawley
Patient
hits at :08


*CG 2line Dr. Chad Albright
Vistar Eye Center
hits @ :31




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OUT Q=piece of paper moving around << For Addie Crawley wearing reading


glasses is a real hassle.

SOT FULL 8:23



BECAUSE I DON'T NEED GLASSES TO SEE FAR
AWAY. I HAD LIKE PAIR OF GLASSES IN
EVERY ROOM IN THE HOUSE. YOU DON'T KEEP
THEM ON. YOU KEEP TAKING THEM OFF AND
PUTTING THEM BACK ON

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But with CK in a few weeks her
up-close vision will be crystal clear.
This procedure uses radio waves to
reshape the cornea bringing the vision
back into focus

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IT'S REALLY DESIGNED FOR FUNCTIONAL
VISION FOLKS WHO DON'T LIKE TO READ
MENUS WITH THEIR GLASSES ON OR FOR
WRITING CHECKS THOSE PEOPLE IT'S
PERFECT FOR 20 FOR PATIENTS WHO WANT TO
READ IN DIM LIGHT FOR 6 OR 7 HOURS
THAT'S NOT EXACTLY WHAT THIS IS
DESIGNED TO DO

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It's only recommend for people 45 and
older. It's not for people who need
glasses to see far away as well. How

long the results will last depened on
the patient.

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THE OLDER YOU ARE WITH THIS PROCEDURE
THE LONGER IT'S GOING TO LAST 23 A
PATIENT WHO IS 55 WHEN WE DO CK IT'S
DONE ONE TIME AND THERE IS NO MORE NEED
FOR TREATMENT 30 IF YOU'RE 45 YEARS OLD
YOU MAY NEED TO BE ENHANCED AROUND ONE
OR TWO TIMES BEFORE YOU'RE 65

(END SOT)



For Crawley it's a chance to turn back
the hands of time .

SOT FULL 9:04



I CAN NOT READ ANYTHING OK. THE PHONE
BOOK LOOKS LIKE A BUNCH OF BUGS ON
PEACE OF PAPER MOVING AROUND >>

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JOY FULL JOY FULL

The procedure is typically only done
on one eye. They eye is numb during
throughout the process and can feel a
little uncomfortable for several hours
after the procedure. There is a risk of
infection but that is very low.
TWO SHOT SHANNO/JOY TWO SHOT SHANNON/JOY

Shannon,

At Vistar Eye Center the cost is
12-hundred dollars for an eye.


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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

ENG#=APRISA Coming up in just a moment, Steve


Pardon will tell us about some major
product recalls,

VO-NAT VO-NAT



Plus we'll see how scientists are
using modern day technology to
determine if a historic figure was the
victim of an ancient murder plot.

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Walk to CK/ WX PRO WEATHER MAPS

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SHANNON ON CAM SHANNON ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None A couple different companies are
ENG#=1 pulling some of their products off the


market for safety reasons.

Steve Pardon has the details in

our Consumerwatch report.

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*CG telephon RN NUMBER 93677
Arizona Jean Co. Tag
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*CG 2line (800) 873-5506
Hirschberg Schultz & Co.
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ENG#=APRISA Coming up today in Sports,



VO-NAT VO-NAT



one of the most popular Braves of all
time offers his candid thoughts on the
steroid controversy in Major League
Baseball.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=bam Good evening everybody and
ENG#=1 welcome to the Tuesday ticker.



The ACC tournament opens on
Thursday and today more postseason
honors were handed out as the all-ACC
defensive team was announced.

VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Blacksburg
:00 And appropriately, Virginia
Tech's Jamon Gordon was named to the
first team along with Sheldon Williams,
Jackie Manuel, Chris Paul, and Miami's
Anthony King.

Gordon's defining moment this
season came back on January 19th when
he rejected reigning ACC player of the

year Julius Hodge in the closing
seconds to preserve Tech's win over
N.C. State.

He finished with 58 steals -
third best in the ACC.



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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM The Virginia Cavaliers have the
ENG#=2 toughest test on of any team in the ACC


tourney this week.

They must win two games to simply
avoid a losing season.



VO-NAT VO-NAT

*CG locator Charlottesville
:00 Not a very likely scenario when
you consider that the Cavs are 1-and-6
in the ACC tournament under Pete
Gillen.

His seventh UVa team honestly
has very little chance of making any
kind of a run in the tournament. Even
if if beats Miami - Duke is on deck.

So is this week the last frontier
for Gillen?


It's current News 7 sports poll
question on our web site.

Just head to to WDBJ-7 dot com's
sports section and let us know how you
feel about Pete.

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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC=BAM Spring training games are in full
ENG#=3 swing in Florida and Arizona and too is


the first stage of the new testing in
the big leagues for steroids use.

Next Thursday the House
Government Reform Committee in Congress
will open its hearings on baseball's
steroids policy. Former Braves great
Dale Murphy says it's about time.

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INQ=WELL...




*CG 2line Dale Murphy
Former Atlanta Brave & League MVP
:00



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OQ=VERY SERIOUS ABOUT VO-NAT



Murphy played 18 seasons and had

just under 400 homers and over 2000
hits. You can look at him and tell he
never took steroids and always took the
high road.

VO-NAT





(END VO) (END VO)
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INQ=I JUST FELT...





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OQ=...TO BE SUCCESSFUL MIKE ON CAMERA



Coming up at the top of the hour MIKE ON CAMERA - we'll check in with Duke's J.J.
Redick as he offers up some thoughts
for an area recruit in demand.

Have a safe night everybody.

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GRAPHIC=NONE On wall street today, profit taking
ENG#=1 and a new surge in oil prices pushed


stocks lower.


Alexis Christoforous has today's
Money Watch.

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*CG 2line Alexis Chrisoforous
CBS Money Watch
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*CG 5stox1 i
0.15
46.50
h
0.89
73.93
h
0.14
54.53
h
0.58
49.33
i
0.20

19.40


*CG 5stox2 i
0.11
11.31
h
0.01
25.51
i
0.70
27.24
h
0.49
90.94
i
0.25
68.19


*CG 5stox3 i
0.28
19.67
i
0.11
33.05
i
0.45
32.59
i
1.94

89.99


Unchg
50.05


*CG 5stox4 i
0.37
53.84
i
0.42
26.76


Unchg
26.75
i
0.35
5.84
i
0.02
47.03
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SHAN ON CAM SHAN ON CAM

GRAPHIC=None King Tut may not have ben
ENG#=2 murdered.



VO-NAT :30 VO-NAT

*CG locator Cairo, Egypt

The boy king died about

33-hundred years ago.

Questions have surrounded his
death since his mummified remains were
found in 1922.

A C-T scan shows the 19-year old
was NOT killed by a blow to the back of
the head, nor did it reveal any
indication of foul play.

The top archaeologist in Egypt
says he believes King Tut

either died of natural causes or was
poisoned.

More tests will be cponducted but
the archeologist says it will be
"virtually impossible" to prove the
cause of death.

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ANCHOR ON CAM

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