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Melvin Dummar says a grand conspiracy has denied him his portion of billionaire Howard Hughes' vast estate. Many consider Dummar to be a fraud but an in-depth investigation by Gary Magnesen has apparently shown Dummar to be a good samaritan who saved Hughes from certain death. Both joined George Knapp to discuss why Hughes was in the desert, as well as those who schemed to deny Dummar and several institutions of their rightful share of the Hughes estate. In the first hour, veteran music journalist Joel Selvin talked about the notorious Rolling Stones Altamont concert of 1969, considered by many to be rock’s darkest day.

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Merrill Goozner

Special Guest

Biography:

Merrill Goozner is Director of the Integrity in Science project at the Center for Science in the Public Interest and contributing editor to The American Prospect. Prior to this, he was Chief Economics Correspondent at the Chicago Tribune. Merrill is an accomplished journalist, author, and researcher with over 20 years experience in the news business and he has three years teaching experience at the graduate level. Merrill received a Masters from Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and a BA in History from the University of Cincinnati. In addition, he is the winner of six Peter Lisagor Awards.

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Pharmaceutical Costs

Merrill Goozner, the author of The 800 Million Dollar Pill, presented a critical look at the medical and pharmaceutical industry. Americans pay the highest price for drugs, because most other countries have national health plans which are able to negotiate with the suppliers. Because in America there is a highly fragmented system of numerous health care providers, the suppliers are in a... More »

Host: George Noory
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