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Nightline #953885

ABC Special for Monday, Dec 07, 2009

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  • Taped segment with Elizabeth Vargas (ABC), Amanda Knox’s parents Edda Mellas and Curt Knox, Amanda Knox’s sister Deanna, murder victim Meredith Kercher’s brother Lyle, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton‡, attorney Ted Simon‡, and “Time Magazine” correspondent Nina Burleigh‡ re: issues related to last week’s murder conviction of Amanda Knox by an Italian jury in Perugia, Italy.
  • Taped segment with Dan Harris (ABC), Queensland (Australia) District Officer Richard Exten, shark biologist Professor Vic Peddemors, Darren Kindleysides of the Australian Marine Conservation Society, and unidentified others re: efforts to change the popular perception of sharks as dangerous creatures.
  • Taped segment with Brian Rooney (ABC), Tobias Jelinek of “Point Break Live!”, “Point Break” screenwriter Peter Iliff, and unidentified others re: the Los Angeles (California) stage production of the cult movie “Point Break.”
  • A brief update by Martin Bashir (ABC) re: differing conclusions about the safety of the popular children’s toy Zhu Zhu Pets.
  • Reporter(s):
    Vargas, Elizabeth;
    Harris, Dan;
    Rooney, Brian

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