ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 08, 2002
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.
(Boston: Ron Claiborne) The family feud over the body of baseball great Ted Williams examined; details given of son John Henry Williams' decision to freeze his father's body at Alcor. [Daughter Barbara Williams FERRELL, son-in-law Mark FERRELL- oppose selling Ted's DNA.] ["Boston Herald" Steve BUCKLEY- questions John Henry's marketing of his father's remains.] [University of Arizona Dr. Ken ISERSON- says no one frozen under cryonics will come back.]
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