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Atlanta, Georgia / Olympic Games / Park Bombing #167797

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 28, 1996
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(Studio: John Donvan) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Judy Muller) The FBI investigation of Saturday's bombing at Atlanta's Olympic Park featured; scenes shown of Olympic Games' spectators being searched by the beefed-up security. [Two VISITORS - comment.] [FBI special agent David TUBBS - says composite sketches are being prepared.] [From Albany, Georgia, murdered victim's husband John HAWTHORNE, militia spokesman J.J. JOHNSON - comment on the bomber(s).] The plans to reopen the park on Tuesday with additional security noted.

(Studio: John Donvan) Report introduced.

(Washington: Bob Zelnick) The evidence about the pipe bomb used in Atlanta and the possible culprit who planted the bomb and made the 911 telephone call reported.

(Studio: John Donvan) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Mark Potter) Frayed nerves in Atlanta in the wake of the bombing featured; scenes shown from the city's streets while several bomb threats are updated. [FBI special agent David TUBBS - says no more explosive devices have been found.] [Atlanta Mayor Bill CAMPBELL - comments on the situation.] Bomb scares and copy cat threats from around the country reviewed; scenes shown from San Diego, coming site for the Republican National Convention and elsewhere.

Donvan, John;
Muller, Judy;
Potter, Mark;
Zelnick, Bob

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