This program is 29 minutes long
(Pentagon: David Martin) Diplomat Gregory Hicks' account of what happened in the attack on the Us consulate in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11, 2012, examined; details given about what he said on April 13 and 11 that contradicts the administration's view of events. [September 16, 2012, US Ambassador to U.N. Susan RICE- says it began "spontaneously."] [On "Face the Nation," September 16, 2012, Libyan President Mohammed MAGARIEF- says the attack was pre-planned.]
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The second Israeli strike on missiles located in Syria reviewed; scenes shown of the air strike; details given about the wars between Israel and Hizballah, which is now amassing rockets.
(Boston: Don Dahler) The focus in the Boston bombing investigation on the Cambridge apartment Tamerlan Tsarnaev shared with his wife, Katherine Russell, and their daughter, the information on her computer, the issue of Tamerlan's burial and plans for the donations fund to give checks to victims in June reviewed; scenes shown of bomb victim Jeff Baumann, who helped identify the brothers. [Funeral director Peter STEFAN- says help is needed.]
(Studio: Jeff Glor) The visit with some of the victims of the Boston bombing by former Representative Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in 2011, shown.
(Studio: Terrell Brown) The death of Utah recreational soccer referee Ricardo Portillo after he was struck by a not yet identified teenage player featured; photos shown. [Portilla's DAUGHTER - comments on what happened.] ["New York Times" columnist Bill RHODEN - comments on youth sports behavior.] [Radio host Rick WOLF - says youth sports has to explain to athletes they are accountable.]
(Afghanistan: Elizabeth Palmer) The US training of Afghan police forces for the fight against the Taliban featured; scenes shown of this kind of armed neighborhood watch; details given about the question of what will happen next year when US firepower leaves. [Special operations Maj. Gen. Tony THOMAS- says the Taliban wants to destroy this phenomenon.]
(New York: Norah O'Donnell) An aspect of domestic violence in which girls are forcefully tattooed examined; details given about one woman's job of removing tattoos. [Teens Latishia SANCHEZ, Elena GALACIA- recount what happened to them at the hands of boyfriends.] [In Albuquerque, tattoo removal specialist Dawn MAESTAS- talks about the tattoo victims.]
(Tulsa, Oklahoma: Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson) The role of billionaire philanthropist George Kaiser†† in supporting early childhood education for low-income children in Oklahoma featured; scenes shown from the Educare†† program in Tulsa. [In interview, KAISER - says we want to level the playing field; states this education is expensive.] Kaiser's background in the oil business noted. [Young mother Jennifer SOTELLO‡- talks about her own education.]