This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Boston: Deborah Feyerick) The courtroom reaction to the somber death sentence for the bomber discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Jeffrey Toobin) The jury verdict, the likely lengthy appeals process, the issue of the change of venue discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with survivor Adrianne Haslet-Davis. [From Boston, HASLET-DAVIS - expresses her somber feelings about the verdict, about the lack of closure, staring him down in court.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Wounded transit officer Richard Donohue%'s return to duty noted.
(Philadelphia: Drew Griffin) Russell's background out of public view & the questions of what she knew about the planning of the bombing examined; various scenes of her shown. [Former prosecutor David ZLOTNICK@- talks about Russell.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Philadelphia: Drew Griffin; Boston: Deborah Feyerick; New York: Jeffrey Toobin) The issue of whether Russell would be tried for involvement in the trial, why she has not been charged, the lack of evidence against her & how she has remained silent, the issue of moral responsibility discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Philadelphia: Drew Griffin) The pattern of damage to the windshield that will be examined by the FBI, where the assistant conductor was located on the train, the two other trains hit by projectiles that night before the Amtrak crash, the health of the engineer Brandon Bostian discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Bostian's friend James Weir. [WEIR - recounts knowing it was Bostian's train that crashed; supports Bostian.]
(New York: Gary Tuchman) The story of Medgar Evers College dean Derrick Griffith%, who died in the crash, presented; scenes shown of Griffith in class. [Student Jessica LEIGHTON@- talks about the dean.] [College president Rudy CREW@- calls him a gifted person.]