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Figure Skating / Harding and Kerrigan #355161

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 02, 1994
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(Portland: Connie Chung) Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan reported found fit to skate in the Olympics by skating officials; scenes shown of her in Dennis, Massachusetts, of alternate skater Michelle Kwan skating in Lake Arrowhead, California.

(Portland: John Blackstone) The investigation of rival skater Tonya Harding's role in the attack on Kerrigan updated; excerpts from summaries of FBI interviews with Harding and her ex-husband Jeff Gillooly compared and quoted. [January 11, HARDING - denies everything.] [Yesterday, Gillooly attorney Ronald HOEVET - says Harding lied.] [Former state attorney general Dave FROHNMAYER - reacts to Hoevet's conduct.] Evidence against bodyguard Shawn Eckardt and hitman Shane Stant reviewed.

(Portland: Connie Chung) Questions about Harding's role reviewed. [Harding lawyer Dennis RAWLINSON - explains Harding's position, what she knew, how she was affected by Gillooly; says Harding should be given the opportunity to skate.] The guidelines to be reviewed in the Harding case by the United States Figure Skating Association outlined and quoted.

Blackstone, John;
Chung, Connie

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