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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Atlanta: Valeri Williams) The clearing of former security guard Richard Jewell as a suspect in the Atlanta Olympic Park bombing on July 27 featured. [In a news conference, JEWELL - reads statement about his 88 days of hell in which he felt like a hunted animal due to the presence of the FBI and the media.] FBI documents explaining why Jewell was a suspect quoted. [Jewell's attorney Watson BRYANT - comments.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) Interview held with Jewell. [JEWELL - talks about his life now; describes his initial contacts with the FBI; says libel lawsuits against the FBI and the media are being considered.]
(Washington: Jackie Judd) The FBI's handling of the Jewell case examined. [Jewell's attorney Lin WOOD, BRYANT - accuse the FBI of deception.] [Former federal prosecutor Larry BARCELLA - says the FBI waiver was outrageous.]
(Studio: Peter Jennings) The question raised: who planted the bomb
- Jennings, Peter;
- Judd, Jackie;
- Williams, Valeri
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