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Nightline #952553

ABC Special for Friday, Nov 13, 2009

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  • Taped segment with Ryan Owens (ABC), “America’s Most Wanted” host John Walsh‡, and unidentified others re: John Walsh’s efforts to help capture kidnappers and murderers of children.
  • Taped segment with David Wright (ABC), authors Lawrence Joseph and John Major Jenkins, archeologist Christopher Powell, Palenque (Mexico) tourist Star Johnson Mosher‡, and SurvivalCondo.com project manager Larry Hall re: end-of-the-world scenarios for 2012 spawned by the Mayan calendar.
  • Taped segment with Vicki Mabrey (ABC), expedition leader Chris Fischer‡, white shark researcher Michael Domeier‡, and actor Paul Walker‡ re: capturing, tagging, and releasing great white sharks for research purposes.
  • A brief update by Terry Moran (ABC) re: Attorney General Eric Holder’s announcement that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed‡ and four other al-Qaeda prisoners will be prosecuted in New York City.
  • Reporter(s):
    Owens, Ryan;
    Wright, David;
    Mabrey, Vicki

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