This program is about 1 hour long
(Atlanta: Randi Kaye) The investigation of Champion's hazing death on November 19, 2011, reviewed; 911 call played; details given about the outcome of the inquiries into the death from internal bleeding and about six prior band hazing incidents. [Mother Pam CHAMPION- says it was brutal.] [At a memorial vigil, AMMONS - announces zero tolerance for hazing.] [At memorial, band director Julian WHITE - speaks.] [LAMAR - says he was pummelled to death.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with mother Pam Champion and family attorney Christopher Chestnut about the hazing death of her son. [CHAMPION - suggests she was hoping for a stronger charge and more people should be held accountable.] [CHESTNUT - says we will file a lawsuit against the school; talks about the law and hazing.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) The evidence, the charges in the case and the problems with proving manslaughter discussed.
(Oceanside, California: Paul Vercammen) The Seau death reviewed; details given about evidence of suicide, his prior arrest, how he drove off a cliff, perhaps deliberately; scenes shown of memorials outside his Oceanside, California, home.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Sanjay Gupta) The suicide of football players perhaps due to a career of head traumas discussed; details given of the pattern of blows to the head on the field leading to CTE, a dementia-like illness, the suicide of player Dave Duerson who wanted his brain studied and it indicated he had CTE, the research on concussions, the extent of such football injuries and depression in former NFL players.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Beijing: Stan Grant) Chen's claim he was urged to leave the embassy and feels stranded in a hospital bed and how difficult it was for CNN to interview Chen in the hospital or his village discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Beijing: Jill Dougherty) How Chen had claimed he wanted to stay in China, he never asked for asylum and the ifs about what China will do next and what Chen wants to do discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The blocking of the CNN broadcast in China noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and Soulforce director Rev. Cindi Love about LGBT and the pastor's sermon. [TOOBIN - comments on the lack of legal liability for the pastor.] [LOVE - offers her view on what the church said about "cracking the wrist" on effeminate children; gives her view of the scriptures based on Jesus.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The testimony at the trial of former Senator John Edwards about his wife, Elizabeth, and her reaction to news of his affair with Rielle Hunter; the clearing of Representative Spencer Bacchus on insider trading charges and the auction sale of a "The Scream" painting by Edvard Munch reported.