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Nightline #648109

ABC Special for Wednesday, Jun 28, 1995

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  • Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC), Federal Aviation Administration Deputy Administrator Linda Daschle, and Richard Roth of Counter Technologies re: new threats by the terrorist referred to as the "unabomber" to blow up a passenger airliner departing from Los Angeles (California).
  • Update by Koppel re: United Airlines flight incident involving a suspected bomb, including an excerpt of a statement by passenger David Brown.
  • Taped segment with Judy Muller (ABC), KABC-TV news anchor Gene Gleeson, airline passenger Brian Boyle, Ed Jones of the FAA, Los Angeles (California) Mayor Richard Riordan, FBI Special Agent Jim Freeman, Postal Inspector Dennis Hagwood, Transportation Secretary Federico Pena, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), Freeman, FBI psychologist Jim Wright, psychologists Jerrold Post and Marvin Zonas, John Ruberti of the US Postal Inspection Service, former FBI Explosives Unit Chief Chris Ronay, and unidentified others.

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