This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Jericka Duncan) The not guilty verdict in Cleveland for a police officer, Michael Brelo%, who shot two fleeing suspects, Timothy Russell & Melissa Williams, in a car in 2012 featured; scenes shown of the judge reading the verdict, the bullet-riddled car; details given about the Justice Department investigation in Cleveland. [Sister Michelle RUSSELL@- reacts to the verdict.]
(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Live discussion held with WOIO-TV reporter Bill Safos about the case. [SAFOS - says there were protests in the street with police in riot gear.
(Studio: Jim Axelrod; Washington: Paula Reid) The Justice Department plans to review the evidence in this police shooting case to see if Brelow violated civil rights law & the specifics of the judge's ruling discussed.
(London: Charlie D'Agata) The landslide referendum in Ireland legalizing gay marriage by a popular vote featured; scenes shown from Dublin of celebrations; details given about the past illegality of homosexuality in Ireland. [WOMAN, senator David NORRIS; from New Jersey, Jay LASSITER - react to the new law.]
(Rome: Allen Pizzey) The journey for El Salvador's Archbishop Oscar Romero to sainthood 35 years after he was gunned down featured; scenes shown of the celebrations; details given of the past opposition to his sainthood, the role of Pope Francis & the long civil war in El Salvador.
(Washington: Julianna Goldman) The Senate rejection of a House bill to extend the Patriot Act, the counterterrorism law passed after 9/11, examined; scenes shown from the Senate floor where Senator Mitch McConnell spoke on behalf of the bill; details given about the controversial surveillance programs & the objections to the House bill led by Senator Rand Paul. [White House press secretary Josh EARNEST - speaks out for the Act.]
(Oxnard, California: Danielle Nottingham) The impact of the drought in California on the sod business examined; scenes shown from a sod farm; details given of "drought shaming" in the state. [Sod businessman Juergen? GRAMCO%- defends lawns; feels targeted.] [Governor Jerry BROWN - says grass will a thing of the past.] [Homeowner Steve TRENTACOSTA - criticizes drought shamers.]
(New York: Mark Albert) A program to get World War II veterans back into the sky in vintage biplanes featured; scenes shown of Glenn Hutton & other in the planes. [Dream Flyers Foundation founder Darrell FISHER?- talks about the idea.]