This program is about 1 hour long
(Tacoma, Washington: Ana Cabrera) The wait for the plane carrying Kenneth Bae & Matthew Miller to Tacoma, Washington after they were released from custody by North Korea featured; details given about Bae’s health; statement from Bae’s family quoted.
(Studio: Poppy Harlow) Report introduced.
(No location given: Paula Hancocks) Bae’s visit with his mother, Myunghee Bae, after his arrest in North Korea in 2012 reviewed; video shown of Bae admitting to crimes; photos shown of him working at hard labor. [M. BAE – comments.] [Sister Terri CHUNG- says Kenneth has definitely not tried to overthrow the government.]
(Studio: Poppy Harlow; Seoul, South Korea: Paula Hancocks) The reaction in South Korea to the unexpected move by the North discussed.
(No location given: Pamela Brown) Earlier telephone interview held with Jeffrey Fowle, who was released from captivity in North Korea over 2 weeks ago, about his release and his fellow detainees. [Voice of FOWLE – says he never had contact with Bae & Miller; says he wondered why they let him go and not them; comments on adjusting to life back at home; describes his feeling when he set foot back on American soil.]
(Washington: Joe Johns) Lynch’s legal career examined; details given about her roles in high profile cases, including Abner Louima, the investigation of Citigroup and the indictment of Representative Michael Grimm. [CNN legal analyst Jeffrey TOOBIN- comments on Lynch.] [Guidepost Solutions CEO Julie Myers WOOD- says Lynch is not a partisan lawyer.] [LYNCH – comments on Grimm.]