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Nightline #648664

ABC Special for Wednesday, Jul 16, 1997

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  • Live discussions with Chris Wallace (ABC), Ken Kashiwahara (ABC), former FBI Deputy Assistant Director Nicholas O'Hara, former FBI Special Agent Clint Van Zandt, and Sarah Pettit of "Out" magazine re: the search for alleged serial killer Andrew Cunanan.
  • Taped segment with Mark Potter (ABC), Jim Chambliss of the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, "Vanity Fair" Special Correspondent Maureen Orth, Marc Lichtman of the Health Crisis Network, and unidentified others.
  • Taped segment with Kashiwahara and unidentified friends and acquaintances of Cunanan.

  • Reporter(s):
    Potter, Mark
    Duration:
    00:30:00

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