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Nightline: Murder On Tape #648023

ABC Special for Friday, Feb 03, 1995

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  • Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), first amendment attorney Floyd Abrams, and Jackson County (Missouri) Prosecutor Claire McCaskill re: legal issues related to the Kansas City Police Department's seizure from WDAF-TV of a videotape, which the TV station had purchased from tourists Earl and Lorraine Warren, showing scenes related to a murder.
  • Taped segments with Mike Von Fremd (ABC), Earl Warren, Kansas City (Missouri) police officers Thomas Bomb and Terence Finn, McCaskill, Kansas City Police Captain Vince McInerney, WDAF-TV News VP Mike McDonald, WDAF-TV attorney Sam Colville, Richard Hood of the "Kansas City Star", and unidentified others.

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