This program is 29 minutes long
(New Orleans: Manuel Bojorquez) The case against BP reviewed; details given about the actions of managers Robert Kaluza and Donald Vidrine, who were charged with manslaughter, and charges against former BP vice president David Rainey for lying to investigators; animation shown. [Attorney General Eric HOLDER – says the company admitted that as a result of their actions people died unnecessarily.] [Assistant Attorney General Lanny BREUER- describes what Rainey did to make the spill appear less catastrophic.] [Victim’s widow Shelley ANDERSON- reacts to the settlement.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The account from Deepwater Horizon survivor Mike Williams about his escape from the burning rig; footage shown. [In “60 Minutes” interview, WILLIAMS – recounts what happened.]
(Tel Aviv: Allen Pizzey) The escalating battle between Israelis and Palestinians in Gaza sparked by Israel’s assassination of Hamas commander Ahmed Jabari featured; scenes shown of Israeli citizens in shelters, Jabari’s funeral procession, rockets firing, an apartment where an Israeli family was killed. [Israeli WOMAN – explains why she is not evacuating.] [Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin NETANYAHU – says Israel is prepared to take whatever action is necessary to defend our people.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(White House: Nancy Cordes) The White House response to this conflict featured; details given about calls to Netanyahu from President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s call to Egypt’s Foreign Minister.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The Congressional investigation into the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya last September reviewed; details given about information gained from security camera video; animations and scenes of the CIA safe house shown.
(No location given: Jon LaPook) Earlier interview held with 5-Hour Energy CEO Manoj Bhargava. [BHARGAVA - comments on the caffeine level; says if a young person has a heart condition the doctor should tell them not to have caffeine; responds to pediatricians’ recommendation that adolescents should never use energy drinks.]
(Shaanxi Province, China: Bill Whitaker) Xi profiled; scenes shown from the village of Liangjiahe; details given about how he worked in the fields and lived in a cave after his father was imprisoned; photo shown of him with his wife, a popular singer.
(East Hampton, Connecticut: Chip Reid) The efforts of bell maker Matt Bevin to start over after a fire destroyed the Bevin Brothers bell plant, the last factory in the US producing bells, featured; scenes shown of the ruins and of employees making bells for the Salvation Army; details given about the history of Bevin’s bells; clip shown from “It’s a Wonderful Life.” [BEVIN – says we’re in the memory business.]