Iran-Contra Affair Hearings #1087040
ABC Special for Tuesday, May 05, 1987
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Live coverage and analysis of the Iran-Contra Hearings with Peter Jennings (ABC) in Washington. --Opening statements are led by Sen. Daniel Inouye, Chairman of the Select Investigative Committee.Contributing analysis includes participation from ABC News correspondent Brit Hume from the Senate Office Building and ABC News correspondent Sam Donaldson from the White House.Further analysis includes a taped segment, narrated by ABC News correspondent Ann Compton, introducing the chief councils interogation team as well as a taped segment, narrated by ABC News correspondent John Martin featuring an interview with Peter Maas, author of "Manhunt."
- Hume, Brit;
- Donaldson, Sam;
- Compton, Ann;
- Martin, John
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