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Nightline: The Detainees #721249

ABC Special for Friday, Dec 27, 2002

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Taped segments with Deborah Amos (ABC), Philadelphia Middle East immigrant detainee Abil Aieshe‡, Temple law professor and former INS official Jan Ting, immigration official Saundra Nichols‡, Georgetown University Law Center Professor David Cole, ACLU President Anthony Romero‡. Seattle Syrian detainee Safu‡ Hamouia, daughter Nadin, son Sam and Seattle Arab Community Coalition head Rita Soweta‡ re: the detention of immigrants of Middle Eastern descent in the aftermath of 9/11, with introductory remarks by Chris Bury (ABC).

Amos, Deborah

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