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Nightline: No Money No Justice #647573

ABC Special for Tuesday, Jun 01, 1993

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  • Live interview by Ted Koppel (ABC) with California Governor Pete Wilson re: the effect of California budget constraints on the ability of California counties to prosecute misdemeanor crimes.
  • Taped segments with Ken Kashiwahara (ABC), Stockton (California) Sheriff Baxter Dunn, crime suspect Ted Quismundo, Stockton police officer David French, San Joaquin County District Attorney John Phillips, police officer Rick Selsado, Deputy Sheriffs Terry Roblin and Javier Ramos, Gottschalks Security Chief Matt McDougall, hair salon owner Dee Dee Lobato, stationary store owner Craig Larson, Ricco's Pizza owner Brad Wellser, Chamber of Commerce President Steve Harum, Stockton police officer Frank McCutcheon, and unidentified others.

  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted (ABC);
    Kashiwahara, Ken (ABC)
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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