This program is 29 minutes long
(Milwaukee: Alex Perez) The police tasing last January of NBA player Sterling Brown in a Milwaukee parking lot featured; scenes shown; details given about the officers' statement that Brown resisted. [Milwaukee police Chief Alfonso MORALES- reads statement saying members acted inappropriately.] [In January, BROWN - comments briefly.] A twitter statement from Brown quoted & discussed.
(New York: Gio Benitez) A new NFL policy about players kneeling protests during the national anthem before football games examined; details given of the start of kneeling two years ago by Colin Kaepernick to protest racial inequality. [NFL commissioner Roger GOODELL- says disrespectful players will be fined.] [Sept. 2017, President TRUMP - speaks out about the players: "he's fired."] New York Jets' chairman Chris Johnson's promise to pay player fines discussed
(Washington: David Kerley) The crash in Honduras of a plane that flew out of Austin, Texas, featured; scenes shown of survivors being pulled from the Gulfstream private jet wreckage & the plane landing hard; details given about the status of the injured, including corporate head Joe Rotunda.
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The unproven claim from President Trump that the FBI had a spy in his 2016 presidential election campaign examined; several tweets quoted; details given from the "New York Times" story on informants. [TRUMP - calls it "Spygate"; speculates it will be obvious President Obama knew; defends what he is doing as a service to the country ] [On "the View," former national intelligence dir. James CLAPPER- says they were "spying" on the Russians.] Trump's previous claims about spying recalled. The security clearance for Jared Kushner after his second interview with special counsel former FBI director Robert Mueller about his foreign contacts discussed.
(Los Angeles: Kayna Whitworth) The sexual abuse allegations brought by USC students against the school & campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall examined; details given about calls for USC president Max Nikias to resign & the number of assault claims. [Former USC student Lucy CHI- recounts what happened to her with the doctor.]
(Los Angeles: Whit Johnson) The death of a child, Ashley Flores, last year from asthma after a 911 dispatcher misrouted the family's calls examined; calls played; details given about the family lawsuit against Los Angeles County. [Sister Dulce FLORES, family attorney Dale GALIPO- comment on what happened.]