ABC Special for Tuesday, Apr 20, 2010
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Taped segment with Nick Watt (ABC), Parry Aftab of WiredSafety, murderer Peter Chapman, CEOP Chief Executive Jim Gamble, murder victim Ashleigh Hall’s mother Andrea Hall, and Durham Police Department Chief Superintendent Andy Reddick re: efforts to educate the public about potential dangers of internet social networking sites like Facebook.
Taped segment with Brian Ross (ABC), former drug enforcement official Doug Wankle, researcher Dr. Bruce Goldberg, and Afghanistan counter-narcotics Dr. Mohammed Zafar re: the impact on Afghan children of the pervasive use of heroin and other narcotics by their parents.
Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC), “Wired Magazine” Senior Editor Nicholas Thompson, urban farmer Jules Dervaes, Dennis Souza, and unidentified others re: society’s dependence on modern conveniences.
A brief Closing Arguments segment with Martin Bashir (ABC) re: the legalization of recreational marijuana use.
- Watt, Nick;
- Ross, Brian;
- Donvan, John
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