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Nightline #810770

ABC Special for Monday, Dec 05, 2005

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  • Live discussion between Cynthia McFadden (ABC) and Harvard Law School Professor Alan Dershowitz re: issues related to accusations that interrogation techniques used by the CIA on captured al-Qaeda suspects constitute torture.
  • Taped segment with Brian Ross (ABC), Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Poland Defense Minister Rodoslaw Sikorski, Romania Prime Minister Calin Tariceanu, John Sifton of Human Rights Watch, and wrongly imprisoned German citizen Kalid al-Masri‡.
  • Taped segment with Martha Raddatz (ABC), Iraq war veteran Robert Miltenberger‡, and Miltenberger’s wife Belinda re: the impact of Miltenberger’s Iraq war experiences on him and his family.
  • Taped segment with ESPN reporter Jeremy Shaap and North Dakota University donor Ralph Engelstad‡ re: issues related to North Dakota University’s use of the nickname Fighting Sioux, in spite of objections from local Indian tribes.
  • Reporter(s):
    Ross, Brian;
    Raddatz, Martha;
    Shaap, Jeremy

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