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Sunday Profile (Isvaldo Hernandez) #921077

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 04, 2009
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The story of decorated military veteran Army Spec. Isvaldo Hernandez†, who was once arrested for having a gun in his car and served in Afghanistan after getting out of prison, and now wants to become part of the New York City police presented; details given about the ban on convicted gun felons serving in the police department. [HERNANDEZ - explains why he had a gun; comments on his tour of duty; states he wants to serve the city; notes he made a mistake and moved on.] [Former prosecutor Jim HARMON†, former NYC detective Randy JURGENSEN†- take up Hernandez's cause.]
Reporter(s):
Harris, Dan
Duration:
00:03:10

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