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Nightline: Was It A Bomb? #648389

ABC Special for Thursday, Jul 18, 1996

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  • Taped segments with Ted Koppel (ABC), ABC News consultant Judith Kipper, eyewitnesses Annunziata Sahid, Victor Fehner, and Tom Kennedy, Jim Bittermann (ABC), Secretary of State Warren Christopher, Attorney General Janet Reno, TWA Vice President Mark Ables, Bill Clinton, Defense Department spokesman Kenneth Baker, NTSB official Robert Francis, MSNBC reporter Pete WIlliams, Ann Compton (ABC), former State Department counterterrorism expert Larry Johnson, FBI Assistant Director Jim Kallstrom, and unidentified others, and a brief discussion between Koppel and John McWethy (ABC) re: the investigation into yesterday's crash of TWA Flight 800.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), former Transportation Department Inspector General Mary Schiavo, FAA Administrator David Hinson, former FAA Chief Counsel Ken Quinn, Sen. William Cohen, and airline security consultant Richard Roth.
  • Taped segment with Dave Marash (ABC), Montoursville (Pennsylvania) High School Principal Dan Chandler, Montoursville Mayor John Dorin, radio broadcaster Jeff Austin, student Patrick Thomas, Thomas' father Bob, Bethany Lutheran Church Pastor Ray Brandau, Clinton, and unidentified others, and a brief discussion between Koppel and Marash.
  • Taped segment with Judy Muller (ABC), Hartsfield (Georgia) International Airport spokesman Miguel Southwell, Anthony Dusi of Italy's Olympic delegation, Olympic welcomer Carolyn Schrotenboer, and unidentified others, and a brief discussion between Koppel and Muller.

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