This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pentagon: Barbara Starr) The second Army investigation into the facts behind Bergdahl's disappearance ^ the unclear status of the base he left from in remote Afghanistan discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Warsaw, Poland: Michelle Kosinski) The legal issues behind the deal to get Bergdahl free discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Hailey, Idaho: Ed Lavandera) The issue of a Tweet from father Bob Bergdahl to the Taliban discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier CNN interview held with White House press secretary Jay Carney about the deal to get Bergdahl's release. [CARNEY - says the US military does not leave members behind so all options were considered to retrieve Bergdahl, the lone captive of the war in Afghanistan; notes the long time frame for negotiations.]
(Washington: Pamela Brown) Bergdahl's Army service, his interest in the people of Afghanistan, his disillusionment reviewed; Bergdahl's e-mails home quoted. [Served with Bergdahl, Josh KORDER, Matt VIERKANT- comment on what happened in Afghanistan.] [BUETOW - says Bergdahl did not agree with the war effort.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Senator John McCain about Bergdahl's release. [McCAIN - restates his position on trading one person for five hardcore war criminals; states our obligation is to those on the battlefield with these hardcore men going back into battle.]
(Waukesha, Wisconsin: Miguel Marquez) The stabbing of a 12-year-old girl "P.L." by middle school friends in murder plot to appease the fictional character "Slenderman" examined; 911 call played; scenes shown from the woods in Waukesha, Wisconsin, where the stabbing took place. [Waukesha police dept. Chief Russell JACK- talks about death and horror behind the plot.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole about this case. [O'TOOLE - calls this an unusual case due to the brutality by young females; suggests there was more behind the violence.]
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) severe weather in the central states; the Senate race in Mississippi; a possible hit on an attorney by a judge reported.