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Nightline: Shooting the Gap #737181

ABC Special for Tuesday, Apr 01, 2003

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  • Live discussion with Chris Bury (ABC), John McWethy (ABC), Tony Cordesman (ABC), retired Lieutenant General Gregory Newbold re: recent events and tactics in the war with Iraq.
  • Taped phone conversation between Chris Bury (ABC) and Ted Koppel (ABC) from Iraq re: US military activities witnessed by Koppel today in Iraq.
  • Taped segment with Robert Krulwich (ABC) re: discussion of the various paths running through and around Karbala that the US military might use on their way to Baghdad.
  • Taped segment with Michel Martin (ABC), Vice Chief of Operations Brigadier General Vincent Brooks, Martha Raddatz (ABC), Jessica Lynch’s father Greg Lynch, and ‘Newsday’ journalist Matt McAllester re: today’s rescue of Private Jessica Lynch, the rescue of two US Navy pilots, and the return of four journalists held by Iraqi officials.
  • Live update with Chris Bury (ABC) re: today’s events in the war with Iraq and the questions surrounding the whereabouts of Saddam Hussein. Including excerpts from statements by Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Richard Myers, White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer, Associate Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs Victoria Clarke, Vice Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Peter Pace, and other unidentified correspondents and military personal.
  • Reporter(s):
    Koppel, Ted;
    Krulwich, Robert;
    Martin, Michel
    Duration:
    00:44:00

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