Terror in the Heartland #650363
CBS Special for Wednesday, Apr 19, 1995
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Live coverage of the current situation following the terrorist bombing earlier today in Oklahoma City, including: Live interviews by Connie Chung (CBS) with Oklahoma City (Oklahoma) Mayor Ron Norick, Oklahoma Governor Frank Keating, Oklahoma City Fire Department Assistant Chief Jon Hansen, and St. Anthony Hospital Medical Director Dr. Tom Coniglione. Live interviews by John Roberts (CBS) with former FBI official James Fox, explosives expert Jack McGeorge, terrorism expert Steve Emerson, and Professor Fouad Ajami. Live reports by Scott Pelley (CBS) and David Martin (CBS). Taped segment with Peter Van Sant (CBS), FBI spokesman Bob Ricks (mistakenly identified onscreen as "Dan Vogel"), bombing survivor Brian Espy, Keating, and unidentified others. Taped segment with Rita Braver (CBS) and Bill Clinton. Taped segment with Jim Stewart (CBS), Attorney General Janet Reno, counterterrorism expert Victoria Toensing, and former FBI terrorism expert Oliver Revell. Taped segment with Bob McNamara (CBS), Eric Langer, and unidentified others. Taped segment with Jerry Bowen (CBS), Reno, Professor Louis West, Los Angeles (California) Police Department Commander Tim McBride, and unidentified others. Taped segment with Richard Threlkeld (CBS), terrorism expert Brian Jenkins, Fox, and unidentified others.
- Chung, Connie;
- Van Sant, Peter;
- Pelley, Scott;
- Braver, Rita;
- Stewart, John;
- Roberts, John;
- McNamara, Bob;
- Bowen, Jerry;
- Martin, David;
- Threlkeld, Richard
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