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Friday, November 07, 2008

Anne Pressly's parents say daughter couldn't respond when asked who beat her

By Associated Press
November 3, 2008

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — The parents of slain TV anchorwoman Anne Pressly say their daughter never fully regained consciousness after the beating that resulted in her death.
They also say Pressly couldn't say who took her life. Guy and Patti Cannady said Monday in an interview NBC's "Today" show that they were grateful for the outpouring that followed the attack on their daughter.
Pressly attended Rhodes College in Memphis and had previously worked as a reporter at WBBJ-TV in Jackson, Tenn., before taking a job in Little Rock. Patti Cannady was visiting Little Rock on Oct. 20 and drove to her daughter's home when Pressly didn't answer her customary wake-up call.

She said the sight of her battered daughter was the "most shocking thing" anyone could ever see. She says she asked Pressly who had done this to her, but her daughter could not answer.

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