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Last Updated: 18 October 2000



In an article titled SENSITIVITY TRAINING, featured the following write-up:

RB promo picRichard Burgi's heightened senses may help heighten awareness of human-rights abuses in this week's episode of The Sentinel (Wednesdays, 9 p.m./ET, UPN). In Amnesty International USA's first-ever endorsement of a television show, the group's executive director, Dr. William F. Schulz, said, "We appreciate the attention the episode calls to the plight of prisoners of conscience around the world and the message it sends to human-rights abusers." The Nov. 5 episode, Fool Me Twice, finds Det. Jim Ellison (Burgi) and Blair Sandburg (Garett Maggart) racing to thwart the assassination of an admired human-rights activist. Paul DeMeo, executive producer of the action series about a jungle combat veteran gifted with extraordinary sensory abilities, hopes the episode will "reinforce Amnesty International's message of the fundamental human right to self-determination."

(The picture accompanying the article featured the standard 3rd Season promo shot of Richard Burgi)

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