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Nightline: Stolen Heritage #738617

ABC Special for Thursday, Apr 17, 2003

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  • Live discussion with Chris Bury (ABC), former chair of the Cultural Property Advisory Committee Martin Sullivan, and Peter Galbraith of the National War College re: issues surrounding the destruction and loss of antiquities at the Baghdad Museum and the roll of the US military in not protecting the museum.
  • Taped segment with Michel Martin (ABC), McGuire Gibson of the University of Chicago, Donny George of the State Board of Antiquities and Heritage, British Museum curator Dr. Ervin Finkleā€”, Smithsonian Near-Eastern scholar Gus VanBeakā€”, Secretary of State Donald Rumsfeld, John McWethy (ABC), and unidentified others.
  • Bury comments include a eulogy for Marine First Sergeant Edward Smith.
  • Reporter(s):
    Martin, Michel

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