This program is 29 minutes long
(Fort Meade, Maryland: David Martin) The verdict in the court-martial of Army Pvt. Bradley Manning for leaking classified government secrets to WikiLeaks reviewed; courtroom sketches by Bill Hennessy shown; details given about Army Col. Denise Lind’s decision finding him not guilty for the charge of aiding the enemy while he was found guilty on charges of espionage & theft; leaked video shown of an Apache helicopter firing on civilians in Baghdad, Iraq; scenes shown of defense attorney David Coombs outside the courtroom.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The leaking of government secrets by low-level employees examined in light of the cases involving Army Pvt. Bradley Manning and former NSA contract worker Edward Snowden; details given about the pressure among intelligence agencies to share more classified information after the 9/11 attacks and the new “two-person rule,” under which systems administrators like Snowden will no longer work alone. [Former counterintelligence official Joel BRENNER- claims we put too many people in the loop.]
(Tavares, Florida: Mike DeForest) The aftermath of the explosion at the Blue Rhino facility reviewed; scenes shown of water being poured onto the tanks. The cause of the explosion discussed.
(New York: Jon LaPook) The determination that the outbreak came from pre-packaged salad mix examined; details given about the symptoms of the illness.
(Studio: Bob Schieffer; no location given: John Dickerson) Whether these meetings are a sign Clinton will run for president in 2016 and reports that the Clintons want Anthony Weiner out of the mayoral race in New York City discussed; scenes shown of Weiner’s wife Huma Abedin with a colleague who is Clinton’s former press secretary.
(Dulac, Louisiana: Chip Reid) The investigation into what is killing the marine life examined; details given about the damage from fertilizer runoff from Midwest fields and the push for standards on the amount of nitrogen flowing into the Gulf; scenes shown of dead fish. [Marine biologist Nancy RABALAIS- says it continues to be large year after year.] [Shrimper David Chauvin- notes shrimp will die within seconds with no oxygen.]
(Culpeper, Virginia: Jan Crawford) The Library of Congress effort to preserve historic television shows featured; many TV clips shown; scenes shown from the library’s conservation campus in Culpeper, Virginia; details given about the digitization project. [Moving image curator Rob STONE- talks about capturing people’s memories of the shows.] [Video lab supervisor Paul KLAMER- comments on equipment becoming outdated.] [Preservationist Bill RUSH- comments on a documentary with B.B. King introducing blues pioneers, including Hayes McMullen.]