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Nightline: Fallout: The Bravo Legacy #647759

ABC Special for Wednesday, Feb 23, 1994

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  • Live interview by Ted Koppel (ABC) with Rep. George Miller re: financial compensation for Marshall Islands residents and US military service personnel who were present during US nuclear weapons testing in the 1950s.
  • Taped segments with Chris Bury (ABC), US serviceman's daughter Beverly Foerst, former USAF airman Ramon Bertolino, then Atomic Energy Commission Chairman Lewis Strauss, attorney Jonathan Wisegall, then Atomic Energy Commission Health Director Merril Eisenbud, thyroidologist Dr. Thomas Hamilton, Marshall Islands Representative to the UN Ambassador Carl Heine, environmental lobbyist David Weiman, and unidentified others.

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