This program is 29 minutes long
(Boston: Elaine Quijano) The charges against the 3 friends reviewed; courtroom sketches shown; text messages between Kadyrbayev & Tsarnaev quoted; details given about how they threw away Tsarnaev’s backpack and about what was in it. [Kadyrbayev’s attorney Robert STAHL- says Kadyrbayev did not know the items were of value.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Washington: Bob Orr) Why the men weren’t charge in the bombing itself and what the FBI might learn from them discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Studio: John Miller) Interview held with "Danny," a Chinese immigrant who was carjacked by Dzhokar & Tamerlan Tsarnaev after the bombing. [“DANNY” – describes how Tamerlan answered texts from his roommate by using a translation app.]
(Pentagon: David Martin) The hunger strike by Guantanamo inmates to protest their indefinite imprisonment featured; scenes shown of the table on which prisoners are strapped down and force-fed; statement from Guantanamo commander Gen. John Kelly quoted; details given about the legal status of the inmates. [Detainees’ lawyer Pardiss KEBRIAEI- says they feel the only way out of Guantanamo is in in a coffin.] [Retired Gen. Thomas HEMINGWAY- says people down there would still tell you their goal is to kill Americans.]
(McAllen, Texas: Anna Werner) The surge of undocumented workers crossing the border into the US from Mexico examined; surveillance video of people coming in at McAllen, Texas shown; the rise in apprehensions cited. [Border resident Juan MERCADO- says he’s being invaded by smugglers & illegals.] [Border patrol agent Chris CABRERA- comments on the view that immigrants will be allowed to remain.]
(Ghorak, Afghanistan: Elizabeth Palmer) The role of female American soldiers in getting to know Afghan women who aren’t allowed contact with men outside their families featured; scenes shown from Ghorak base; video shown of female soldiers reassuring Afghan women & children during a nighttime strike force raid to capture Taliban fighters. [Sgt. Eve ARAIZA- says they report on Taliban and IED activity.] [Maj. Wendy CORY- says they take them to someplace away so the strike force can accomplish the mission.]
(Louisville, Kentucky: Michelle Miller) African American jockey Kevin Krigger’s effort to revive the tradition of black jockeys in horse racing featured; scenes shown of Krigger with his horse Goldencents and their victory last month in the Santa Anita Derby; details given about how African Americans dominated the sport in the late 1800s; photo shown of Oliver Lewis, who won the first Kentucky Derby in 1875. [KRIGGER – says he believes in himself.] [Emory University professor Pellom McDANIELS- describes how black jockeys were driven out by whites.]