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Nightline #951806

ABC Special for Tuesday, Nov 03, 2009

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  • Taped segment with Brian Ross (ABC), Toyota crash victims Elizabeth James, Marianna Eisner, and Saskia McLaine‡, James’ husband Ted, Sean Kane of Safety Research and Strategies, New England Institute of Technology instructor Bob Kennedy, Toyota crash victim Bulent Ezal, Ezal’s attorney Don Slavik, Toyota Motor Sales Senior Vice President Bob Daly, and unidentified others re: Toyota vehicle owners who have experienced unexplained acceleration, which has sometimes resulted in accidents causing injuries and fatalities.
  • A live discussion between Terry Moran (ABC) and George Stephanopoulos (ABC) re: today’s congressional and gubernatorial elections.
  • Taped segment with Moran, Atlanta (Georgia) mayoral candidates Mary Norwood and Kasim Reed, former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young, and unidentified others re: the possibility that Atlanta may elect a white mayor for the first time in over forty years.
  • A brief update by Moran re: the indictment today of Anthony Sowell for a series of murders in Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Reporter(s):
    Ross, Brian;
    Stephanopoulos, George

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