Nightline: Following Orders #739472
ABC Special for Tuesday, Apr 29, 2003
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Live discussion with Ted Koppel (ABC) and former Ambassador for War Crimes Issues for the State Department David Scheffer re: issues surrounding the situation of the Iraqi microbiologist Nassar Hindawi who claims to have been forced to carry out biological weapons research and production by the Saddam Hussein regime and whether or not he will be charged as with war crimes. Taped segment with Bill Blakemore (ABC), Iraqi microbiologist Nassar Hindawi, author Judith Miller, and former UN weapons inspector Richard Spertzel. Taped segment with Dan Harris (ABC), US Army 2nd Lieutenant Wesley Davidson, US Army Lieutenant Colonel Eric Nantz, and unidentified others re: issues surrounding a recent bloody clash between US Army soldiers and a crowd of civilians in Fallugah, Iraq.
Note: Taped coverage includes local weather bulletin across bottom of screen 11:39:20-11:40:40 and 11:51:30-11:54:00 and 12:00:00-12:01:50.
- Blakemore, Bill;
- Harris, Dan
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