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Nightline: Mean Streets #713655

ABC Special for Friday, Nov 01, 2002

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Taped segments with Maryland State Sen. Nathaniel McFadden, Katie Stansbaery, Dawson’s cousin Yolanda Williams, Baltimore City Council member Pamela Carter, Baltimore Mayor Martin O’Malley, Koinonia Baptist Church Bishop Douglas Miles, Memorial Baptist Church Reverend Calvin Keene, Knox Presbyterian Church Reverend Iris Tucker, Donald Smith, Lynette Latta, Tina Hill, David Smallwood of the Baltimore Recreation Department, Stephen Purnell, Charles Riley, Johns Hopkins University Professor Philip Leaf, and unidentified others re: issues related to the drug-related murder of Angela Dawson and her husband and five children in Baltimore, Maryland, with introductory remarks by Chris Bury (ABC).


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