This program is 29 minutes long
(Boston: Jeff Glor) The day of ceremonies in Boston reviewed; scenes shown of the Richard family with daughter Jane, who lost a leg, the moment of silence on Boylston Street, and the flag-raising at the finish line. [Massachusetts Governor Deval PATRICK, survivors Patrick DOWNES, Adrianne HASLET-DAVIS, Vice President Joe BIDEN – speak.] Security for the upcoming marathon discussed.
(Boston: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Cambridge, Massachusetts: Chip Reid) The story of “Danny,” who was carjacked by the bombers, Tamerlan & Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, to drive to New York, presented; police radio transmission played. [“DANNY” – recounts what happened.]
(Donetsk, Ukraine: Holly Williams) The moves by the Ukrainian military to dislodge pro-Russian militants who have taken over government buildings in eastern Ukraine featured; scenes shown from Kramatorsk & Shakhtarsk, and protestors accusing the Ukrainian government of discriminating against Russian speaking citizens.
(London: Clarissa Ward) A report on the remarkable number of Westerners, including Americans, who have gone to fight in Syria’s civil war previewed; video shown of men, including American Abu Dujana al-Amriki, trying to recruit their friends to join them on the battlefield; details given about the role of online cleric Ahmad Musa Jibril, a leading source of inspiration who is reminiscent of another American cleric, Anwar al Awlaki. [Report co-author Shiraz MAHER, research fellow Joseph CARTER- comment.]
(Boston: Elaine Quijano) The story of Boston Globe photographer John Tlumacki, who took pictures of Sydney Corcoran and her mother Celeste as they lay injured on the ground and then documented their recovery, presented; photos shown. [TLUMACKI – says he felt like he took advantage of the victims; recalls moments that stood out to him during their recovery.] [CORCORANs – comment on their ordeal.]