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Atlanta, Georgia / Olympic Park Bombing / Jewell / FBI #366599

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 28, 1996
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Studio: Mike Wallace) The press conference held by former security guard Richard Jewell, who was cleared by the FBI of being a suspect in the Atlanta Olympic Park bombing, featured. [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.] [For 60 Minutes, JEWELL - reads the Justice Department letter clearing him.] [In today's exclusive interview, JEWELL, his MOTHER - call it close to an apology from the federal government and a living nightmare.] [Jewell's attorney Wayne GRANT - says the "Atlanta Journal Constitution" and NBC will be sued.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Washington: Jim Stewart) The FBI's effort at damage control in the Atlanta park bombing case examined. [Jewell's attorneys Watson BRYANT, Lin WOOD - comment on FBI bullying and tactics under the watch of FBI director Louis Freeh.] Statement from deputy attorney general Jamie Gorelick about the case quoted.

Rather, Dan;
Stewart, Jim;
Wallace, Mike

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