Some donors who promised reward money for the capture of Christopher Dorner are backing out because the manhunt ended in a standoff. However, CBS’ John Miller and Los Angeles City Councilman Dennis Zine agree that if the reward is not paid, it could jeopardize future manhunts and the authorities' credibility: "Nobody deserves this reward...they should pay it anyway," said Miller.
Delta Air Lines' CEO said tonight he objects to the federal Transportation Security Administration's move to allow small pocketknives on airplanes.
Anderson spoke to CBS News' John Miller and Intl. President of the Association of Flight Attendants Veda Shook about the proposed changes.
Veda Shook says we're safer without knives on planes and easing restrictions will create airport checkpoint bottlenecks.
Former LAPD officer Brian Bentley says he doesn't condone the use of violence, but he understands Christopher Dorner's anger. CBS News' John Miller, a former LAPD Counterterrorism Chief, discusses improvements in the department in recent years.
CBS News' John Miller analyzes fugitive Christopher Dorner's strategy and explains the extraordinary pressures facing police on the case. The former LAPD officer is accused of killing three people and threatening to attack again.
"He didn't dump that truck there because he wanted to get rid of it there. He broke the axle on those rough roads and couldn't go any further," says Miller pointing out that torched truck means Dorner probably didn't go as far as he had planned.
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