Description: NEWSFEED: 9/22-24/04 KEN BIGLEY, STUDENTS PROTEST MICHAEL MOORE, RIOT IN SOUTH AMERICA, BELLS, TINY TIM, MAN IN HEART/LUNG MACHINE;DX EXT man rings bell var shots of ornate bells at German Bell Festival, lots of Germans look at big bells;INT tiny footage of British hostage begging for his life,INT Gen. Abazaid and Don Rumsfeld hold press conference; DX EXT 2 slick lawyer types walk down street, hold press conference regarding tobacco trial;INT grainy footage of American hostage Jack Ginsley, DX EXT T/H family members recall what he was like; DX EXT aerial over United Airlines jet at airport gate,INT students sign petition against Michael Moore speaking at college;DX EXT Lawyer briefs media on sexual abuse case involving priest;DX EXT Jack Russell terrier skateboards, drives a car, shoots hoop, acts injured and retrieves tissues for it's owner; DX INT T/H interview w/Scott Peterson;INT college age kids pose w/Bush twins at rally, guests at memorial service;INT more students oppose/support Michael Moore's visit;DX INT var shots inside Parisian Bakery;DX EXT missing girl (found) in car;INT baby on ventilators in need of transplant;DX EXT police outside home of abused child, INT seriously afflicted man attached to heart/lung machine; DX EXT var shots of hurricane damage in Jamaica,DX EXT var shots of massive riot breaking out, complete w/tear gas, hoses, tanks, riot police etc, policeman whacks rioter on head;DX EXT many shots of seniors walking during news segment on senior health;INT T/H hefty old man in hospital bed recalls bear Attack; NX INT injured Iraqi soldiers in hospital, carried in on gurneys; News segment on British hostage Ken Bigley reporting on his death, Colin Powell talks to press at UN; DX EXT Tiny Tim sings in street, folks look at him like he's mental,
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