This program is 29 minutes long
(Miami International Airport: Kelly Cobiella) The backlash against the TSA’s airport body scans and pat-downs examined; passenger John Tyner’s cell phone video shown; statistics on screening at LaGuardia and O’Hare airports cited. [Flight attendant Cathy BOSSI- recounts having to show her prosthetic breast to a TSA agent.] [Airline traveler Anne SCHREIFELS- react to the security procedures.] [Rapiscan Systems Peter KANT, MAN – comment on radiation concerns.] [TSA administrator John PISTOLE- defends the procedures.] Viewer Facebook comments and complaints against the TSA discussed.
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) Airport security strategies in other countries examined; scenes shown from airports in Europe and Israel; details given about passenger interrogations in Israel and a new body scanner being used in Holland. [Aviation security expert Chris YATES- compares pat-downs in Europe to the US; notes Israel’s techniques would not work on a larger scale.]
(Pentagon: David Martin) The US troop surge in Afghanistan featured; details given about plans to send tanks to Marines and the increased pace of operations; civilian casualties cited. [Retired Army Gen. John KEANE- says it’s beginning to erode the morale of the Taliban; comments on Pakistan’s support for terrorists.] [Center for Strategic and International Studies Stephanie SANOK- notes the Afghan people have been complaining to their government.] [At NATO summit, President OBAMA – comments on the US strategy.]
(Washington: Sharyl Attkisson) Problems with seat belts during rollover accidents in Ford vehicles examined; details given about the death of minor league ball player Brian Cole and the verdict against Ford; photos of Cole and his wrecked Explorer and illustrations shown; warning to Ford from seat belt manufacturer TRW quoted. [Brother Greg COLE- states it’s frustrating that there was another option that could have prevented his brother from losing his life.]
(No location given: Katie Couric) The cliffhanger “Who Shot J.R.” episode of “Dallas” 30 years ago recalled; excerpts and magazine covers shown. [J.R. Ewing actor Larry HAGMAN- talks about the show; recalls his trip to London; says he never got tired of J.R.] [Actress Mary CROSBY – says being the one who shot J.R. made her a trivia question.]