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(Studio: Catherine Crier) Meeting of a special panel of the US Figure Skating Association about the Olympic fate of figure skater Tonya Harding reported. [Two MEN - answer press questions.]
(Portland: Bob Jamieson) The credibility issue between the stances of Harding and her ex-husband Jeff Gillooly over her role in the attack on rival Nancy Kerrigan examined; the issue of Harding's telephone calls and scraps of paper found in a restaurant dumpster noted. [Harding attorney Dennis RAWLINSON - comments.] [Handwriting analyst Dorothy LEHMAN - says the handwriting could be Harding.] Kerrigan shown at a hockey match last night.
(Studio: Catherine Crier) Report introduced.
(New York: Donna De Varona) The endorsement earnings, offers and commercial potential of Kerrigan and Harding examined; scenes shown of Kerrigan's Campbell's Soup and Harding's Texaco commercials. [Reebok executive vice president Angel MARTINEZ, former Harding agent Michael ROSENBERG, Hollywood producer Michael JAFFE - comment.] The law in Oregon preventing someone committing a crime from profiting from selling his or her story noted.
- Crier, Catherine;
- De Varona, Donna;
- Jamieson, Bob
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