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Nightline #963809

ABC Special for Wednesday, Apr 28, 2010

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  • Taped segment with Andrea Canning (ABC), Kenzie Houk’s mother Debbie Houk, Kenzie’s sister Jennifer Kraner, Lawrence County (Pennsylvania) District Attorney John Bongivengo, Jordan Brown’s father Chris‡, Kenzie’s father Jack Houk, and Temple University child psychologist Dr. Laurence Steinberg, re: issues related to pregnant mother Kenzie Houk’s murder, which is alleged to have been committed by her eleven-year-old stepson Jordan Brown‡.
  • Taped segment with Brian Ross (ABC), Occupational Safety & Health Administration administrator Dr. David Michaels, Cintas accident victim’s son Emmanuel Torres, former OSHA records official Bob Whitmore, former Smurfit-Stone workers Francisco Pulido, Christopher Arruda, and Jesus Felix, Gibson Dunn attorney Baruch Fellner, and unidentified others re: issues related to workplace safety, and factors related to the under-reporting of workplace accidents.
  • Taped segment with David Wright (ABC), British voter Jillian Duffy‡, Great Britain Prime Minister Gordon Brown, Prince Charles, then President George W. Bush, then Vice President Dick Cheney, Vice President Joe Biden, then Democratic presidential candidate Bill Clinton, and unidentified others re: political gaffes recorded by open microphones, including Gordon Brown’s comments about Jillian Duffy while campaigning for reelection earlier today.
  • A brief Closing Arguments segment with Terry Moran (ABC) re: the influence of the political tea party movement on Florida Governor Charlie Crist’s anticipated decision to run for the US Senate as an independent.
  • Reporter(s):
    Canning, Andrea;
    Ross, Brian;
    Wright, David
    Duration:
    00:31:00

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