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In Depth (Olympic Park Bombing: Jewell and O'Ferrell) #614744

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 26, 1996
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Justice Department: Pete Williams) Why two months after the Atlanta Olympic Park bombing FBI suspect Richard Jewell has neither been arrested nor officially cleared of the bombing examined; various scenes of Jewell shown as information is given as to why he was a suspect. [Jewell attorney Wayne GRANT - says the FBI won't officially clear Jewell until another suspect is named due to FBI fears concerning their reputation.] [Attorney General Janet RENO - denies that Jewell was the victim of pressure to find a suspect.] [Jewell attorney Lin WOOD - comments.]

(Enterprise, Alabama: Fred Francis) Former FBI 1990 bombing suspect Wayne O'Ferrell's nightmarish hell at the hands of the FBI featured. [O'FERRELL - tells of losing his business, family and possessions due to the FBI's refusal to clear his name even after the real bomber was arrested and convicted.]

Brokaw, Tom;
Francis, Fred;
Williams, Pete

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