ABC Special for Tuesday, Apr 14, 2009
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Taped segment with Laura Marquez (ABC), San Joaquin County District Attorney James Willett, former criminal prosecutor Dean Johnson, “Tracy Press” reporter Jennifer Wadsworth, Tracy Police Chief Janet Theissen, Melissa Huckaby’s father Brian Lawless, Huckaby’s grandfather Pastor Lane Lawless, Tracy Police Sergeant Tony Sheneman, forensic psychiatrist Dr. Michael Welner, Huckaby’s former high school classmate Emily Fontes, and unidentified others re: the arraignment of Melissa Huckaby for the murder of eight-year-old Sandra Cantu in Tracy, California.
Taped segment with Brian Rooney (ABC), Marty Cunningham, Cunningham’s girlfriend Samantha, real estate brokers Jeff Wolson and Trish Nash, Angius & Terry attorney Paul Terry, and unidentified others re: the impact of the economic recession on the housing development of Lake Las Vegas, Nevada.
Taped segment with John Berman (ABC), Michael Romano of the Union Square Hospitality Group, Food Network Senior Vice President Susan Stockton, Legends Hospitality Management Senior Vice President Michael Phillips, Legends Hospitality Management COO Dan Smith, New York Mets Executive Vice President Dave Howard, and Drew Nieporent of the Myriad Restaurant Group re: the food options at the New York Yankees and New York Mets new baseball stadiums.
A brief Closing Arguments segment with Cynthia McFadden (ABC) re: the latest attacks by Somali pirates against cargo ships off the coast of Somalia.
- Marquez, Laura;
- Rooney, Brian;
- Berman, John
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