This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Pete Williams) The arrests of Azamat Tazhayakov, Dias Kadyrbayev and Robel Phillipos, friends of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, for obstructing justice and lying to investigators featured; details given about how they threw away a backpack containing empty fireworks tubes; text messages between Kadyrbayev & Tsarnaev quoted. [April 18, FBI Richard DesLAURIERS- comments on the pictures of Dzhokhar & Tamerlan Tsarnaev.] [Defense attorney Robert STAHL- denies Kadyrbayev knew the items were involved in a bombing.] Evidence that investigators were watching these three since the beginning discussed.
(Los Angeles: Miguel Almaguer) The battle in California against a wildfire sparked by Santa Ana winds reviewed; scenes shown from Banning of the smoke & flames from the Summit Fire; details given about the role of the weather.
(Washington: Kelly O'Donnell) The backlash against Republican senators who opposed expanded background checks for gun buyers featured; scenes shown from Senator Kelly Ayotte’s town hall meeting in New Hampshire; footage shown of Senator Arlen Specter being confronted over health care reform in 2009; Facebook quote from Senator Jeff Flake quoted; demandaction.org ad shown; NRA radio ad played. [AYOTTE – speaks about mental health.] [MAN – says Ayotte voted for the Republican NRA party line.] [Newtown victim Dawn Hochsprung's daughter Erica LAFFERTY- questions Ayotte.]
(Philadelphia: Stephanie Gosk) The trial of abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell for murdering babies after performing abortions reviewed; scenes shown of his Philadelphia clinic; courtroom sketches by Jane Rosenberg shown; details given about criticism of Pennsylvania health officials for not doing more, including inspecting the clinic. [“Philadelphia Tribune” Larry MILLER- says that part of the city feels they’ve been ignored by the government because they’re poor.]
(Washington: Tom Costello) A “Consumer Reports” investigation finding dangerous bacteria, including E.coli, in packages of ground turkey examined; details given about the use of antibiotics and how to ensure the turkey you eat is safe. [Salmonella victim Diana GOODPASTURE- comments.] [“Consumer Reports” Urvashi RANGAN- notes the low levels of antibiotics increases the number of superbugs.] [National Turkey Federation Joel BRANDENBERGER- says antibiotics are used to protect the health of the flocks.]
(Roxbury, Massachusetts: Katy Tur) The turnaround for Orchard Gardens School in Roxbury, Massachusetts, once plagued by poor test scores and violence, when principal Andrew Bott re-invested money for security into the arts featured; scenes shown from the school. [4 GIRLS – comment.] [BOTT – says the school had a prison feel.] [Teacher Chris PLUNKETT- says it develops the whole student.] [8th grader Keyvon LITTLE- says he can see a future for himself.]