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Nightline #847021

ABC Special for Thursday, Dec 14, 2006

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  • Taped segment with Martin Bashir (ABC), Jean Nelson, Trent Benefield‡, Reverend Al Sharpton‡, New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, and attorney Charlie King re: events outside the Kalua Cabaret on November 25th in Queens, New York that lead to the death of Sean Bell, after undercover police officers fired at his car fifty times.
  • Taped segment with Nick Watt (ABC), Inquiry Chairman Lord John Stevens, former British government intelligence analyst Crispin Black, former British spy David Shayler, author Nicholas Davies, “The Sunday Times” columnist Rachel Johnson, and British royal family historian Robert Lacey re: issues related to the release of the official report into the death of Princess Diana.
  • Taped segment with John Berman (ABC) and naturallycurly.com co-founders Gretchen Heber and Michelle Breyer re: Heber and Breyer’s website for people with curly hair.
  • Reporter(s):
    Watt, Nick;
    Berman, John
    Duration:
    00:29:00

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