Nightline: Aftershocks #752968
ABC Special for Wednesday, Apr 14, 2004
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A broadcast of taped segments introduced by Ted Koppel (ABC), including: Taped segment with Richard Gizbert (ABC), Jason Burke of “The Observer”, Mark Bowden of “The Atlantic Monthly”, Christina Lamb of “The Sunday Times”, Chris Isham (ABC), Al-Jazeera reporter Yasri Fuda ???, and MJ Gohel of the Asia Pacific Foundation re: recently released interrogation transcripts of captured al-Qaeda figure Khalid Sheikh Mohammed. Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), John Miller (ABC), former acting FBI Director Thomas Pickard, Isham, 9/11 Commission member Richard Ben-Veniste, former FBI Agent Jack Cloonan, and former New York City Emergency Management Director Jerry Hauer re: former FBI Agent John O’Neill. Taped segment with Michel Martin (ABC), 9/11 Commission Executive Director Philip Zelikow, 9/11 Commission Chairman Thomas Kean, former Attorney General Janet Reno, 9/11 Commission member John Lehman, former CIA Director Ambassador Cofer Black, CIA Director George Tenet, Attorney General John Ashcroft, Pickard, and Pierre Thomas (ABC) re: the 9/11 Commission hearings. A brief live update by Koppel re: events today involving US soldiers in Iraq.
- Gizbert, Richard;
- Donvan, John;
- Martin, Michel
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