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Nightline #847900

ABC Special for Friday, Dec 29, 2006

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  • Taped segment with Cynthia McFadden (ABC), then President George Bush, then US Administrator in Iraq Paul Bremer, and President George W. Bush, and a brief live discussion between McFadden and Terry McCarthy (ABC) re: the execution earlier today of former Iraq President Saddam Hussein.
  • Taped segment with Jake Tapper (ABC) and Case Western Reserve University Michael Scharf re: the crimes for which Hussein was sentenced to death, and a brief live discussion between McFadden and former US legal advisor to the Iraqi council Noah Feldman.
  • Taped segment with McFadden, then President George Bush, and author James Bamford re: the personal animosity between Hussein and the Bush family.
  • Reporter(s):
    Tapper, Jake

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