This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Kelly Cobiella) The murder of Boris Nemtsov%, an opponent of Russian President Vladimir Putin, featured; scenes shown from the site of the shooting in Moscow; details given of theories about the killing & Nemtsov's position on Ukraine & a statement from President Obama quoted. [Political activist Garry KASPAROV@- calls Nemtsov a "martyr."] [In 2000, NEMTSOV - criticizes Putin.] Photos shown of other political opponents of Putin, who have died.
(Studio: Peter Alexander) Live discussion held with former ambassador Michael McFaul about the consequences of this murder. [From Stanford, McFAUL - says it won't change US-Russia policy, but Russia appears unhinged with the government losing control; states propaganda in Russia criticizes the US & Putin opponents,]
(London: Keir Simmons) The background of Britain's Mohammed Emwazi, aka ISIS execution spokesman "Jihadi John," examined; photos shown, including him wearing a Pittsburgh Pirates cap; details given about his travels to Kuwait & Syria & questions raised about British intelligence. [Henry Jackson Society Rupert SUTTON@- talks about the university he attended.] [British Prime Minister David CAMERON - defends UK security.] [National intelligence director James CLAPPER - speaks about homegrown extremism.]
(Studio: Peter Alexander) The guests on tomorrow's "Meet the Press" named.
(Los Angeles: Gabe Gutierrez) The reasons for the rise in gasoline prices, especially in California, examined; statistics cited. [California DRIVER, Tanya BUTLER - react.] [Stillwater Associates president David HACKETT@- talks about the quality of California gas.] [Automobile Club of Southern California Jeffrey SPRING@- explains perception pricing.]
(Mexico City: Mark Potter) The impact of the arrest in Mexico of Knights Templar druglord Servando Gomez? on the US drug trade examined; Gomez photos & video shown; details given about the apparent mass murders of 42 teacher trainees last year. [DEA chief of operations Jack RILEY - compares Gomez to Al Capone.] [College of William & Mary George GRAYSON@- talks about the drug cartel in Mexico.]
(New York: Anne Thompson) The decision by missionaries Nancy & David Writbol to return to Liberia to fight against the Ebola virus featured; scenes shown from the hospital in Atlanta where Nancy was treated for Ebola. [Nancy WRITBOL - wants to give back; talks about Ebola.] [Emory University Hospital Dr. Anne WINKLER@- talks about Ebola research.] [David WRITBOL - talks about returning.]
(Boston: Ron Mott) The "snow business" for Bostonian Kyle Waring% featured; snow statistics cited. [WARING - talks about the mail order snow business.]