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Nightline #960055

ABC Special for Monday, Mar 08, 2010

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  • Taped segment with Andrea Canning (ABC), liposuction victim’s husband Joseph Orukotan‡, attorney Michael Freedland, defense attorney Brian Bieber, International Medical Spa Society consultant David Goldberg‡, and laser treatment patient Deborah Hellman‡ re: issues related to the liposuction procedure performed by Dr. Omar Brito‡ on Rohie Kah-Orukotan, who died after medical complications following the procedure.
  • Taped segment with Chris Bury (ABC), conference organizer Betsy Metz, “Loose Change 9/11” Director Dylan Avery, “Loose Change 9/11” Producer Korey Rowe, Center for 9/11 Justice Director Sander Hicks, former FBI Agent Coleen Rowley, 9/11 Commission Vice Chairman Lee Hamilton, former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura, Fox News commentator Glenn Beck, and Texas gubernatorial candidate Debra Medina re: conspiracy theories related to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
  • Taped segment with Karen Russo (ABC), Sergeant First Class Christopher Millward‡, and unidentified others re: explosive ordinance disposal technicians at work diffusing improvised explosive devices in Afghanistan.
  • A brief Closing Arguments segment with Cynthia McFadden (ABC) re: the appropriate punishment for a recent incident involving NASCAR driver Carl Edwards.
  • Reporter(s):
    Canning, Andrea;
    Bury, Chris;
    Russo, Karen
    Duration:
    00:31:00

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