This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; London: Christiane Amanpour) The war on terrorism in Pakistan after today's horrendous attack aimed at soldiers' children for revenge discussed.
(Sydney: Anna Coren) The siege in Australia that ended a hostage crisis in Sydney reviewed; scenes shown from the Lindt cafe where gunman Mon Monis & two hostages, cafe manager Tori Johnson & barrister Katrina Dawson, died. [Johnson's FRIENDS, Prime Minister Tony ABBOTT@, two BROADCASTERS - comment on the victims.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The role of news cameraman Greg Parker in helping police with video from the cafe noted; scenes shown from outside the cafe when shooting started. [PARKER - recounts what happened inside the cafe.] Report introduced.
(Autryville, North Carolina: Martin Savidge) How SWAT teams work in a hostage rescue explained; scenes shown from North Carolina of the training stage with the reporter taking part. The SWAT training discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The announcement by Jeb Bush he will explore running for president in 2016; the expiration of the statute of limitations on Bill Cosby in a Los Angeles case from the 1970s; the drop in gasoline prices; the announcement Dr. Richard Sacra will return to Liberia despite having had Ebola reported.
(Chicago: Ana Cabrera) The background to the federal lawsuit brought by the family of John Crawford, who was shot by police in a Walmart in Ohio examined; videotape shown of the police grilling by Det. Rodney Curd@ of girlfriend Tasha Thomas@ after the shooting inside the store & store surveillance of Crawford with a pellet gun. [Father John CRAWFORD - comments.] The police view of the questioning of Thomas about Crawford holding a "rifle" discussed
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin & retired NYPD detective Harry Houck about the police interrogation. [HOSTIN - comments on the legal bases of the interrogation, the legality of the shooting: a violation.] [HOUCK - analyzes the shooting of Crawford in the store.]
(Engleville, Pennsylvania: Jason Carroll) The end of the manhunt for a mass murderer who shot his ex-wife Nicole Hill% & his in-laws reviewed; details given about Stone's military & clean criminal background. [Montgomery County D.A. Risa Vetri FERMAN@- says it was self-inflicted wounds.] [Nicole Hill's neighbor Michelle BREWSTER@- describes what happened & the past threats.] [Stone friend Matthew SCHAFTE@- wonders.] The question of whether Stone had PTSD discussed.