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ABC Special for Wednesday, Nov 09, 2011

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  • A brief update by Bill Weir (ABC) re: the firing earlier this evening of Pennsylvania State University football coach Joe Paterno ‡ and Penn State President Graham Spanier ‡, including a taped excerpt of a statement by PSU Board of Trustees Vice Chairman John Surma.
  • Taped segment with Terry Moran (ABC), teen sexting victim Angie Varona, and Varona’s parents Juan and Maria re: issues related to pictures that Varona posted online of herself for her boyfriend that were distributed by internet hackers without her consent.
  • Taped segment with Bill Weir (ABC), wounded Iraq veterans First Lieutenant Andrew Kinard and Captain Therese Frentz, Lee Woodruff of the Bob Woodruff Foundation, and unidentified others re: tonight’s New York Comedy Festival “Stand Up for Heroes” fundraising event for the Bob Woodruff Foundation.
  • A brief live discussion between Weir and ABC News Political Director Amy Walter re: Republican presidential candidate Governor Rick Perry’s performance at this evening’s Republican presidential candidates’ debate, including taped excerpts of Perry from earlier tonight.
  • Reporter(s):
    Moran, Terry

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