This program is 29 minutes long
(Dellwood, Missouri: Dean Reynolds) The investigation into the police shooting of unarmed teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri featured; scenes shown of the peaceful and unruly protests. [Looting witness Donald PERRY, St. Louis resident Sunny FORD- comment.] [Police Chief Tom JACKSON – says we don’t know what happened.] [Friend Dorian JOHNSON- describes what happened.]
(Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts: Major Garrett) President Obama’s response to the appointment of Haider al-Ibadi as Iraq’s new prime minister with Nuri al-Maliki refusing to step down featured. [OBAMA – says the new Iraqi leadership has a difficult task.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Map shown of ISIS-controlled areas in Syria & Iraq.
(Erbil, Iraq: Holly Williams) The fight to stop the advance of Isis updated; scenes shown of Kurdish fighters and ISIS militants in tanks captured from government soldiers; details given about the fall of Jalawla, the call for more US airstrikes and weapons, and the plight of refugees on the mountain. [Iraqi deputy prime minister Rowsch SHAWAYS- says it will take a good government for all of Iraq’s forces to come back.] The difficulty for any government to hold Iraq together discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Concerns about the genocide of the religious minority, the Yazidis, noted; CNN footage shown of a helicopter dropping supplies and people scrambling to get on board.
(Gaza City: Charlie D’Agata) The war between Israel & Hamas in Gaza updated; scenes shown of the fire at Gaza’s only power plant. [U.N. humanitarian coordinator James RAWLEY- says without electricity we can’t get water anywhere; notes the need for the agreement from Israeli authorities to get supplies to rebuild Gaza.] [Power plant general manager Rafiq MALIHA- denies that Hamas fired rockets from the plant.]
(Canandaigua, New York: Don Dahler) The investigation into the death of race car driver Kevin Ward, who was struck and killed by NASCAR champion Tony Stewart after he got out of his car, featured; scenes shown of Ward walking down the dirt track after he crashed into the wall and Stewart in previous track altercations; details given about Stewart’s reputation for being short-tempered. [Race director Chuck MILLER- speculates about Ward’s intention.] [USA Today writer Jeff GLUCK- says Stewart is not afraid of controversy.]
(Tewksbury: Vladimir Duthiers) The protests over the firing of the owner of the Market Basket supermarket chain, Arthur T. Demoulas, featured; scenes shown of demonstrations; details given about benefits created by Demoulas; Market Basket statement quoted. [Store manager Brian CASASSA- comments on his lack of supplies.] [Protest organizers Jim LACOURSE, Joe GARON- praise Demoulas.] [Employee Susan BERUBE- says her family depends on that paycheck.]
(Tarawa, Kiribati: Chip Reid) The return of 6 Marine veterans to Tarawa in Kiribati to bring home the remains of their fallen comrades featured; historical footage shown; photo shown of Dean Ladd, who died there; scenes shown of the welcome from the people they liberated from the Japanese; details given about the role of History Flight, which recovers the remains of Americans who died in World War II. [Veterans Jim MORROW, A.J. BOWDEN- recall the battle.] [History Flight’s Mark NOAH- comments on recovering remains from yards, trash pits and pigsties.] [Veteran Wendell PERKINS- says you don’t leave a Marine behind.]