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Nightline: The Chair #649441

ABC Special for Thursday, Jul 20, 2000

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Taped segments with Dave Marash (ABC), Pueblo County (Colorado) Sheriff's Department Commander Laurie McCain, Pueblo County Sheriff Dan Corsentino, "Progressive Magazine" reporter Anne- Marie Cusac, William Schultz of Amnesty International USA, victim's father Jaron Norberg, witness Versalles Jones, Dan Corkeran of AEDEC International, attorney Stuart Katz, Sacramento County (California) Sheriff's Department Lieutenant John McGinness, plaintiffs Casey Barton and Kathryn Martin, author/journalist John Conroy, and unidentified others re: the use of restraint chairs in US jails and prisons, with introductory and concluding remarks by Michel Martin (ABC).

Reporter(s):
Marash, Dave
Duration:
00:30:00

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