ABC Special for Friday, Aug 26, 1994
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Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), defense attorney Leslie Abramson, and former Los Angeles (California) District Attorney Robert Philibosian re: the reliability of DNA testing as it applies to the trial of O.J. Simpson, accused in the murder of his ex-wife Nicole Simpson and Ronald Goldman. Taped segments with Chris Bury (ABC), Law Professor Peter Arenella, Defense Attorney Gerald Uelmen, FBI Assistant Director John Hicks, wrongly convicted former death row inmate Kirk Bloodsworth, Bloodsworth attorney Robert Morin, Law Professor Barry Scheck, Mark Stolorow of Cellmark Diagnostics, convicted murderer Linda Axell's attorney James Farley, defense attorney Alan Himer, population geneticist Lawrence Mueller, Simpson prosecution team DNA expert Rockney Harmon, and unidentified others.
- Koppel, Ted (ABC);
- Bury, Chris (ABC)
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