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Nightline #648333

ABC Special for Wednesday, Apr 03, 1996

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  • Live discussions with Cokie Roberts (ABC), Brian Ross (ABC), Unabomber victim John Hauser, Kaczynski's Harvard roommate Patrick McIntosh, and Professor Peter Duren re: unabomber suspect Ted Kaczynski.
  • Taped segment with Tom Foreman (ABC), former librarian Beverly Coleman, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), high school classmate Donna Bergeron, Professor Diogenes Angelakos, former FBI explosive expert Chris Ronay, Unabom task force head Jim Freeman, Hauser, Peter Jennings (ABC), and unidentified others.
  • Live updates by Roberts re: the crash of the plane carrying Commerce Secretary Ron Brown and other government officials, including a live discussion between Roberts and former Assistant Secretary of State Richard Holbrooke, a live discussion between Roberts and former presidential candidate Reverend Jesse Jackson, and a taped segment with David Ensor (ABC), Lieutenant General Howell Estes, Brown, Bill Clinton, and unidentified others.

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