This program is about 1 hour long
(Ferguson: Ted Rowlands) The nine second audiotape recording from Ferguson, Missouri, made at the time of the shooting of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson examined; audio played. [Forensic audio expert Paul GINSBERG - comments on the tape.] [Earlier, witnesses Piaget CRENSHAW, Dorian JOHNSON - recount what happened.] [Attorney Lopa BLUMENTHAL- recounts what the audiotape heard.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon) The audiotape replayed. The company's verification of the timing of the audiotape, the background of the man who did the recording, how CNN got connected with the client and lawyer discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mark O'Mara and Areva Martin and audio forensic expert Frank Piazza about the audiotape. [O'MARA - says the tape will be authenticated, will be used in court and what it could mean for either side.] [MARTIN - analyzes the three-second pause.] [PIAZZA - reviews what is heard on the audiotape.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Minneapolis: Jason Carroll) The CNN interview with the mother of another American jihadist, Troy Kastigar, killed a few years ago and was a friend of McCain, discussed. [Mother Julie BOADA- talks about Troy's conversion, how the boys were manipulated.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Foundation for the Defense of Democracy Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and former CIA/FBI official Philip Mudd about homegrown terrorism. [From Washington, GARTENSTEIN-ROSS- talks about the Al-Shabab group's recruitment.] [From Memphis, MUDD - talks about the psychology of these kids who are looking for an answer.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; White House: Jim Acosta) The reaction to Obama's position on Syrian air strikes, the issue of an ISIS "strategy," what the president said about NATO and Russia and Ukraine discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New York Times" Ben Hubbard about ISIS. [HUBBARD - comments on ISIS military strategy led by Iraqi men from the days of President Saddam Hussein, the social context in which ISIS works, the need for inclusive government in these areas with their own military.]
(Los Angeles: Sara Sidner) The fictional story of USC football player Josh Shaw, who claimed he injured his ankles rescuing him nephew, examined; Shaw quoted earlier and later about his story; details given about Shaw's background. [SHAw - speaks at commencement.] [USA coach Steve SARKASIAN - says there are conflicting stories.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Duke University's Dan Ariely about Shaw's lie. [From Mountain View, California, ARIELY - outlines the three elements behind Shaw's story designed to protect himself and convince himself he did something he did not really do; explains the reasoning behind lies.]