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Nightline #847302

ABC Special for Wednesday, Dec 20, 2006

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  • Taped segment with Brian Ross (ABC), David Schenker of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy, former US Diplomatic Security Service Agent Bruce Tully, former FBI Agent Brad Garrett, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and a brief live discussion between Terry Moran (ABC) and Ross re: details of the attack on the US embassy in Damascus, Syria on September 12th, shown on a new classified videotape obtained by ABC News.
  • Taped segment with Jeffrey Kofman (ABC), fish farmer Brian O’Hanlon of Snapperfarm, University of Miami Aquaculture Program Dr. Daniel Benetti, and Jonnie Rodhe of Norman Brothers Produce re: a new deep-sea fish farming method.
  • Taped segment with Miguel Marquez (ABC), Freddy Rymond of Newhall Ice Company, singer Beyonce Knowles, and unidentified others re: the popularity of artificial snow in Los Angeles, California.
  • Reporter(s):
    Ross, Brian;
    Kofman, Jeffrey;
    Marquez, Miguel

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