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Nightline #953700

ABC Special for Wednesday, Dec 02, 2009

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  • Taped segment with John Berman (ABC), sportswriter John Feinstein, professional golfer Tiger Woods, Woods’ father Earl, ABC News consultant Christine Brennan, and professional golfer Jesper Parnevik‡ re: the impact of Tiger Woods’ admission of marital infidelity on his public image.
  • Taped segment with Andrea Canning (ABC), former Healthsouth CEO Richard Scrushy‡, Scrushy’s wife Leslie‡, and Karen Weinreb re: the lives of women whose husbands are sent to prison for white collar crimes.
  • Taped segment with Margaret Conley (ABC), Fisheries Research Agency Assistant Director Kiyoshi Kawasaki, and unidentified others re: the giant jellyfish that threaten Japan’s fishing industry.
  • A brief update by Martin Bashir (ABC) re: the congressional hearings scheduled to investigate Tareq and Michaele Salahi’s‡ attendance at a recent White House party without an invitation.
  • Reporter(s):
    Berman, John;
    Canning, Andrea;
    Conley, Margaret

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