This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Evan Perez) The indications about how Frein evaded his hunters for so long & how state & federal charges could be brought discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A look at the documentary in which Frein speaks about war reenactment presented; clips shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former FBI official Tom Fuentes & The Mountain Scout Survival School founder Shane Hobel about Frein & the manhunt for him; photo of Frein in a car after capture shown. [FUENTES - explains how Frein could have killed more during the hunt in the woods.] [HOBEL - talks about food caches, sheltering methods.]
(Blooming Grove, Pennsylvania: Jason Carroll) Frein's background examined; various Frein photos shown; details given about the evidence, his love of guns. [State patrol Commissioner Frankl NOONAN@, Pennsylvania state patrol Lt. Col. George BIVENS@, area resident "ELAINE" - describe Frein & react to what happened.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former Navy SEAL Cade Courtley@, former FBI official Tom Fuentes & The Mountain Scout Survival School founder Shane Hobel about Frein & the manhunt for him; photo of Frein in a car after capture shown. [CUURTLEY, HOBEL - speculate about how Frein survived as it got colder.] [FUENTES - explains how Frein may well have moved during the manhunt.] Clips from the documentary in which Frein speaks about war reenactment shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Susan Candiotti) How Frein was found discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with documentary filmmaker Patrick Bresnan@ about Frein. [FREIN - says Eric related to soldiers who came back from war thus he is bent against government; characterizes Frein as an "oddball," with a different view of military reenactment.]
(Ft. Kent, Maine: Alexandra Field) The reaction to the Hickox case in the small Maine town examined. [Local business woman Catherine JANREAU@, resident Solange BARD@, WOMAN, store owner Becky LAWN@, neighbor Jim MAJKA@, WOMAN, works in Ft. Kent, April SAFFORD@- offer views.] What Kaci's boyfriend said to the reporters outside their house discussed,
(Ferguson, Missouri: Jason Carroll) The questions if Missouri police chief Tom Jackson will resign in the aftermath of the police shooting of teenager Michael Brown by Officer Darren Wilson examined. [In CNN interview, JACKSON - says he wants to stay in office; reacts to what Attorney General Eric Holder has said; states progress is being made & we will see more protests if there is not an indictment.] The views of the chief discussed.