This program is about 1 hour long
(Hailey, Idaho: George Howell) The capture of Bergdahl examined; details given about whether or not he deserted before taken prisoner by a Taliban affiliate. [May 6, 2011, father Bob BERGDAHL - asks he son be freed.] [Family friend Sue MARTIN- defends Bowe.] The reaction in Hailey in support of Bergdahl to the criticism discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with former Army soldier Nathan Bethea, who was in the same unit, about Bergdahl. [BETHEA - says Bergdahl left behind his gear and intentionally deserted and people were harmed because he left the base; agrees he needed to come home.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Bob Baer, investigative reporter David Rohde, who had been kidnapped by the Taliban, and former Navy SEAL Dan O'Shea about Bergdahl's release. [ROHDE - says Bergdahl has to answer questions about what happened; states there is no international policy on ransom paid to militants; names other missing Americans.] [O'SHEA - says negotiations behind the scenes happens; talks about the kidnapping game and the impact of this current negotiation.] [BAER - says Bergdahl is a POW and we can't leave him behind.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Representative Howard "Buck" McKeon about the release of Bergdahl in contradiction to US law. [From Washington, McKEON - says President Obama broke the law by not notifying Congress about the release of prisoners from Guantanamo: he signed the bill; states we need to know what the released Taliban commanders will do.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with investigative reporter David Rohde, who had been kidnapped by the Taliban, and former Navy SEAL Dan O'Shea about Bergdahl's release. [ROHDE - recalls his own reintegration process after being freed; hopes Bergdahl won't be criticized after he answers questions.] [O'SHEA - talks about the three phases of reintegration for Bergdahl.]
(Washington: Brian Todd) The actions by Donald and Shelly Sterling in the issue of the ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers pro basketball team examined; details given about DOnald's mental capacity, whether the two colluded in the sale and a phsyical attack on V. Stiviano. [Legal analys Jeffrey JACOBOVITZ- talks about the ease of the team sale for the Sterlings.] Donald Sterling's weekend visit to a black church shown. [Strategic communications expert Eric DEZENHALL- comments on the politics of the church visit.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Donald's attorney Maxwell Blecher. [BLECHER - says Donald still believes his owns the team and should participate in the sale; comments on Shelly's actions; denies Donald is mentally incompetent; calls the Sterlings' estrangement strange.]