NIGHTLINE: A Sample Reel

From 1994 to 2000 I contributed 30 minute stories to NIGHTLINE; everything from Iran, Haiti, Wall Street to the Firearms industry. I was the first mainstream reporter allowed inside many of the factories and given almost unlimited access to manufacturers, lobbyists and dealers. I broke the story that Ed Rendell, then Mayor of Philadelphia was planning a class action suit against the manufacturers for the costs incurred by cities in police overtime, emergency services etc.
I shot all of these stories myself – edited most of them and was the correspondent. In 2000 I won an Emmy for A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A BLACK COP.