Democracy Now! October 26, 1998

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Democracy Now! October 26, 1998
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Henry Can't Hyde; Doctor Killing

(33 Minutes) Henry Can't Hyde A look at Henry Hyde's own dirty secret. No we're not talking about his love affair, we are talking about his role in the Savings and Loan scandal and a money trail that stretches from Illinois to Arkansas to Washington. GUEST: Tim Anderson, independent bank investigator who wrote the investigative report on Henry Hyde. GUEST: Dennis Bernstein, producer at Pacifica's sister station KPFA and host of the daily investigative program Flashpoints. (17 Minutes) Doctor Killing Women's health advocates said this weekend the name of a NY doctor targeted by abortion protesters and slain this weekend was aon an anti-abortion Web site list of abortion providers and crossed out soon after his death. Meanwhile, police reported no developments in their hunt for the sniper who shot Dr. Barnett Slepian, with a single shot through the kitchen window of his home near Buffalo, NY. GUEST: Vicki Breitbart, Board Member of the National Abortion Federation. GUEST: Gloria Feldt, President of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.

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October 26, 1998
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October 26, 1998
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