This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio discussion held with terrorism analyst Paul Cruickshank & ISIS: Inside the Army of Terror" co-author Michael Weiss about the Yemen & Tunisia attacks. [CRUICKSHANK - cites the sectarian discord in Yemen & the two groups, Al Qaeda in Yemen & ISIS.] [WEISS - offers perspective on the goals of attacks in Iraq Yemen: divide the two sects; comments of the role of foreign fighters crossing countries.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Atlanta: Drew Griffin) The lack of a standard screening process for airport workers examined; details given about arms smuggling in Atlanta by an airport worker & the cost of screening all airport workers. [Los Angeles airport police Chief Patrick GANNON - says you cannot screen all workers.] [Atlanta airport general manager Miguel SOUTHWELL@- worries about people being recruited for terrorism acts,]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Jeff Zeleny) The FBI & Illinois state investigations into the spending of resigned Representative Schock examined; details given about charges he may have misused campaign funds in car mileage claims & flights.
(Los Angeles: Stephanie Elam) The background to the collapse of rap mogul Shug Knight while in court for a hit & run charge reviewed; surveillance video of the car incident shown; details given about Knight's prior collapse & prior criminal problems. [Victim's friend Darcell CARRAWAY@- describe swhat happened when Knight hit Terry Carter.] [Former Knight attorney James BLATT@- says Knight was attacked.] [Today, Judge Harold COEN@- sets bail.] [Knight's attorney Matthew FLETCHER - describes what happened in court.] The Knight defense strategies discussed.
(In his office: Anderson Cooper) A novel way for police to train by experiencing what it is like to be schizophrenic examined; scenes shown of CNN's AC taking a test & on the street while hearing voices in his head to mimic schizophrenia.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Yesterday's discussion held with test designer mental health expert Pat Deegan about the Dallas police shooting. [DEEGAN - comments on the shooting of mentally disturbed Harrison: it was a sudden escalation; explains how the situation should have been handled: he was not a criminal, he was unwell.]