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Nightline #657285

ABC Special for Friday, Oct 14, 1988

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  • ABC "Nightline" re: 1988 Seoul Paralympics in South Korea, cancelled events; reported by Ted Koppel, Judd Rose.
  • Live discussion with Paralympians Georgina Biter and Raphael Ibarra, Seoul Paralympic Organizing Committee Member Byun Jae-il, and US Disabled Sports Team Chairman Michael Mushett.
  • Taped interviews with Dennis Oehler, Antoinette D'Orazio, David Balsley, Todd Schaffhauser, Petra Tepper, Dick Bryant, Willie Tepper.

  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted;
    Rose, Judd

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