This program is about 1 hour long
(Atlanta: Martin Savidge) The FBI investigation of a beheading at the Vaughan Foods plant in Moore, Oklahoma, when a disgruntled employee, Alton Nolan, attacked two women before being shot by a company executive, Mark Vaughan, reviewed; scenes shown; details given about Nolan, who converted to Islam & tried to convert co-workers. [Moore police dept. Sgt. Jeremy LEWIS@- describes what Nolan did.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI/CIA official Philip Mudd & former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole about this crime. [MUDD - outlines how the Nolan investigation has to be handled; worries about the uniqueness of beheading in this case.] [O'TOOLE - speculates about Nolan's history of violence.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "New Yorker" magazine Dexter Filkins & national security analyst Bob Baer about Iraq. [FILKINS - assesses the status of Iraq now under the new prime minister; talks about the Kurds in Iraq & the makeup of Baghdad.] [BAER - says the SUnnis do not like Abadi either & the US is talking to the wrong old-generation Sunnis.]
(Syria-Turkey border: Phil Black) A fight between ISIS fighters & Kurds along the Turkey-Syria border reviewed; distant scenes of tracer fire shown. How there has been no US air presence on the border even though the Kurds are threatened, the security of the porous border discussed.
(Ferguson, Missouri: Stephanie Elam) What happened when Ferguson, Missouri, police Chief Thomas Jackson tried to talk to protesters weeks after the police shooting of Michael Brown by Darren Wilson featured; scenes shown from the "apology tour" outside the police station where a scuffle broke out. [Community relations guy Devin JAMES - talks about disclosing his background.] The content of the letters from the Justice Department to Jackson discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with "St. Louis American"'s Antonio French & St. Louis Police Officers Assn. Neil Bruntrager@ about Ferguson, the police, the chief. [FRENCH - assesses Jackson's misreading of the crowd leading to acts of violence; states the relationship between the chief & the community is irreparable.] [BRUNTRAGER - says Jackson has really had no role since August 9.]
(Studio: Randi Kaye) The cancellation of flights in Chicago after a fire shut down air traffic operations; the extradition of Jesse Matthew from Texas to Virginia where he is wanted in the connection with the disappearance of University of Virginia college student Hannah Graham; the re-sentencing of a Montana teacher for raping a student; the health of North Korea leader Kim Jong-Un & the last home game for New York Yankees player Derek Jeter reported.