This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Jim Avila) A dramatic breach of airport security in St. George, Utah, in which a desperate man, Brian Hedglin, started an unlocked jet, hit a parked plane and committed suicide reviewed; diagrams shown; details given about accusations he murdered his ex-girlfriend in Colorado and about how planes can just be started up without keys/codes. [Police Capt. James VAN FLEET- says he is a current pilot who knows how to fly.] [USC aviation and security Thomas ANTHONY- talks about the aviation security system.]
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The FBI investigation into sharp sewing needles hidden in sandwiches on four Delta flights reviewed; map shown; details given about security of airlines food, the role of Gategourmet food services and prior questions about the food security. [Passenger James TONGES- describes what happened.] [Aviation security specialist Trenton HIGAREDA- says airplane food is not screened.] The issue of three people on the diffeernt planes knowing each other and the apparent sabotage discussed.
(Washington: Brian Ross) The Senate investigation into the practies of the British HSBC bank featured; TV ad shown; details given from internal documents about the bank's dealings with illegal entities; scenes shown from Senate hearings. [Banking expert Jack BLUM- talks about dodgy bank customers.] [At hearings, Senator Carl LEVIN - questions bank executives.]
(Armonk, New York: David Muir) The court hearing for Robert Kennedy's daughter Kerry Kennedy about her car accident while driving under the influence reviewed; scenes shown from Armonk, New York; details given about her having a partial seizure rather than taking Ambien. [KENNEDY - says she has no memory of what happened; states her doctors say she had a complex partial seizure; apologizes to those she endangered.] [Voice of truck driver Rocco SCULTELLO- recounts what happened with Kennedy's car.]
(Studio: Dan Harris) The secret society of the successful who use the drug Provigil examined; scenes shown of shaded individuals recounting what they can do after taking the drug; details given about "viagra for the brains" works, about tests on one Provigil user and the lack of long-term drug studies. [Executive Dave ASPREY- praises the drug.] [UN case Medical Center Dr. Reena MEHRA- suggests more sleep.] The issue of what you can do to have more energy without taking the pill discussed.
(Coney Island, New York: John SChiffren) The amazing catch by bus driver Steven St. Bernard in New York City of a girl plunging from atop an air conditioner in her apartment window shown. [ST. BERNARD - recounts what happened when she fell.]