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Nightline: From Invasion To Invention #647909

ABC Special for Thursday, Sep 22, 1994

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Taped segments examining behind-the-scenes events leading up to the US military intervention in Haiti, with Ted Koppel (ABC), Forrest Sawyer (ABC), Garrick Utley (ABC), Bill Clinton, Defense Secretary William Perry, Special Advisor on Haiti William Gray, former President Jimmy Carter, ABC News cameraman Bill Redding, Secretary of State Warren Christopher, Chris Bury (ABC), Haitian military leader Lieutenant General Raoul Cedras advisor Lyn Garrison, Haiti operation commander Lieutenant General Hugh Shelton, 82nd Air Assault Brigade commander Colonel Gene LaCoss, 159th Combat Aviation Group commander Colonel Henry Ruth, and unidentified others, excerpts of an interview by Koppel with White House Chief of Staff Leon Panetta, and introductory and concluding remarks by Koppel.

Reporter(s):
Sawyer, Forrest (ABC);
Utley, Garrick (ABC);
Bury, Chris (ABC);
Koppel, Ted (ABC)
Duration:
00:45:00

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