Nightline: The Prisoner #743907
ABC Special for Monday, Dec 15, 2003
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Live discussion between Chris Bury (ABC) and “Newsweek International” Editor Fareed Zakaria re: issues related to the capture of former Iraq President Saddam Hussein by US military forces in Iraq. Taped segment with Mike Cerre (ABC), US Army 4th Infantry Division Colonel Jim Hickey, Sergeant Major Laurence Wilson, Sergeant Daryl Saffeels, PFC Travis Huntley, and unidentified others. Taped segment with Martin Seemungul (ABC), Iraqi Governing Council members Mowaffak al-Rubaie and Adnan Pachachi, and Coalition Ground Forces Commander Lieutenant General Ricardo Sanchez. Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), George W. Bush, Sen. John Kerry, Rep. Richard Gephardt, Simon Hoggart of “The Guardian”, Great Britain Prime Minister Tony Blair, Egypt talk show host Ahmad Adib‡, ABC News Polling Director Gary Langer, Democratic presidential candidate former Governor Howard Dean, and unidentified others.
- Cerre, Mike;
- Seemungul, Martin;
- Donvan, John
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