ABC Special for Tuesday, Nov 30, 2010
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Taped segment with David Wright (ABC), murder suspect Stephanie Lazarus‡, Loc Angeles Police Chief Charles Beck, victim’s family’s attorney John Taylor, former FBI Agent Brad Garrett, and unidentified others re: the arrest and upcoming trial of Los Angeles Police Detective Stephanie Lazarus for the murder of Sherri Rae Rasmussen‡ 24 years ago.
Taped segment with Cynthia McFadden (ABC), Disability Rights International Executive Director Eric Rosenthal, Disability Rights International Mental Health Investigator Dr. Robert Okin, and Samuel Ramirez Hospital Dr. Cesar Banuelos‡ re: living conditions for patients in Mexican mental health facilities.
Taped segment with John Donvan (ABC) and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton re: the task that Clinton will be undertaking to smooth over relationships with world leaders following the release by WikiLeaks of embarrassing State Department cables about them.
A brief Closing Arguments segment with McFadden re: President Barack Obama’s meeting earlier today with Republican congressional leaders.
- Wright, David;
- Donvan, John
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