ABC Special for Monday, Apr 17, 2006
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Taped segment with Chris Cuomo (ABC), defense attorney Barry Winston, “The Chronicle” Editor Seyward Darby, and unidentified others, and a brief live discussion between Martin Bashir (ABC) and Cuomo re: events today in the investigation into rape allegations against members of the Duke University lacrosse team. Taped segment with Laura Marquez (ABC), San Francisco earthquake survivor 109 year old Chrissy Martinstein, Mary Lou Zoback of the US Geological Survey, engineer Chris Pollan, television reporter Leslie Brinkley, San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom, and unidentified others re: the hundredth anniversary of the catastrophic San Francisco earthquake of 1906, and preparations for another earthquake there. Taped segment with Mark Litke (ABC), The Dui Hua Foundation founder John Kamm, and Chinese-American prisoner Jude Shao’s Stanford University classmates Chuck Hoover and Cynthia Dai re: outside efforts to influence China’s government to free political prisoners there.
- Cuomo, Chris;
- Marquez, Laura;
- Litke, Mark
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