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Nightline #964480

ABC Special for Friday, Apr 30, 2010

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  • Taped segment with Chris Connelly (ABC), real estate broker Ken Lowman of Luxury Homes of Las Vegas, and unidentified others re: the use of free private jet rides to ferry potential buyers from other cities to high-end real estate properties in Las Vegas, Nevada.
  • Taped segment with Jeffrey Kofman (ABC), shrimper Yancy McThurn‡, British Petroleum spokesman David Kinnaird, shrimper Eric Tiser, Bird Rescue and Research Sarah Tegmeier, Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser, Coast Guard Rear Admiral Mary Landry, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal, wholesaler Billy Lawrence, chef Brian Landry‡, oil rig welder Austin Williams‡, and unidentified others re: the potential impact of last week’s oil well explosion in the Gulf of Mexico on the supply of shrimp and other popular seafood found there.
  • Taped segment with Yunji de Nies (ABC), author Anna Jane Grossman‡, and unidentified others re: the speed with which various technological items purchased by consumers become obsolete.
  • A brief Closing Arguments segment with Terry Moran (ABC) re: Arizona’s new illegal immigration laws.
  • Reporter(s):
    Connelly, Chris;
    Kofman, Jeffrey;
    de Nies, Yunji

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