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Nightline: The War On Terrorism #657497

ABC Special for Wednesday, Dec 26, 2001

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  • Taped segments with Barry Serafin (ABC), Oregon Health and Science University Dr. Jonathan Jui, Daryl Morgason of Los Alamos National Laboratory, Pete Sandrock of Portland (Oregon) Metro Regional Government, and Office of Homeland Defense Director Tom Ridge, and a live discussion between Chris Bury (ABC) and former New York City Emergency Services Director Jerry Hauer re: the computer models being used as aids in planning responses to potential terrorist attacks in major US cities.
  • Brief live discussions with Bury, Jim Sciutto (ABC), and Richard Gizbert (ABC) re: the anticipated release of a new videotape of Osama bin Laden, and the investigation into the background of Richard Reid, who is alleged to have had a bomb in his shoes aboard a recent American Airlines flight.

  • Reporter(s):
    Serafin, Barry

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