This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Dallas: Ed Lavandera) The efforts by the Ft. Worth D.A. to get Couch sent to jail on other manslaughter charges in response to anger about the initial sentence without jail time and the lawsuits from the Molina family against Couch's family discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio interview held with prosecutor Sunny Hostin and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the legal actions in this case. [HOSTIN - suggests it was a borderline illegal sentence and he should get prison time.] [GERAGOS - calls this showboating by the prosecution; states the kid is not eligible for prison and there is no grounds for appeal.]
(New York: Deborah Feyerick) The background to th uproar in India over the arrest of an Indian diplomat, Devyani Khobragade, in the US for making a false statement about her nanny reviewed; details given about the low payment to the nanny, the strip search of the woman and how the arrest was handled. [Nanny's attorney Dana SUSSMAN- says she lied to bring the domestic worker to the US.] [Pro Bono Legal Center Martina VANDENBERG- says everyone is arrested: says thiese allegations were investigated.] [Human trafficking expert Avoly LANNING- talks about immigration cases.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The comments from Secretary of State John Kerry to India noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; New Delhi, India: Mallika Kapur) The reaction in India to this legal case, especially the strip searching, and the retaliation in India against US diplomats discussed; inset video of the anti-US protests.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Gateway House Indian Council on Global Relations Seema Sirohi and "Mumbai Mirror" columnist Aseem Chhabra about this case. [SIROHI - calls this a double standard on behalf of the US so both sides need to work out a solution; suggests the US bureaucracy treated this in an "unthinking manner."] [In studio, CHHABRA- cites the plight of the underpaid domestic worker; suggests political motivations behind the protests.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Sciutto) The panel's recommendation of accountability for the phone records that are monitored by the NSA and other specific proposals while keeping the metadata collection for security reasons discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald about the panel recommendations about NSA data collection. [GREENWALD, TOOBIN - offer views on the suggestions on the handling of the data.] [GREENWALD - says there is no evidence this surveillance stops terrorism; wonders about how much President Obama's administration will accept of the handpicked panel's suggestions.] [TOOBIN - denies this vindicates Snowden: this was not the way to go forward by releasing classified documents.]
(Studio: susan Hendricks) Senate passage of a compromise budget agreement; Stock Market Report; good news for a blind New York City man Cecil Williams and his service dog, who both fell on tho the subway tracks, reported.