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Nightline #928517

ABC Special for Wednesday, Apr 15, 2009

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  • Taped segment with Neal Karlinsky (ABC), 13-year-old University of Washington freshman Raymond Zhang, Raymond’s mother Mary Wang, Robinson Center Interim Director Professor John Sahr, and unidentified others re: the Transition School, an academic program at the University of Washington for sixteen exceptionally smart middle school and high school students.
  • Taped segment with Jim Sciutto (ABC), Maersk Alabama Third Mate Colin Wright, and Maersk Alabama Chief Mate Shane Murphy re: the events leading to the kidnapping of Maersk Alabama Captain Richard Phillips‡ last week by Somali pirates off the coast of Somalia.
  • An interview by Terry Moran (ABC) with Mexico President Felipe Calderon re: issues related to US-Mexico relations.
  • A brief Closing Arguments segment with Martin Bashir (ABC) re: today’s tax protests, promoted as “tea parties” in cities throughout the US.
  • Reporter(s):
    Karlinsky, Neal;
    Sciutto, Jim;
    Moran, Terry
    Duration:
    00:31:00

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