Alfred Wright is the rural Texas father of two who vanished last November. His family found his body nearly three weeks later, two weeks after local authorities gave up searching. The local sheriff told them there was no sign of foul play. Wright's family is disputing nearly everything in the official account. Deborah Feyerick reports on a puzzling item found near Wright's body, and why some believe it might be a deadly 'calling card.' Deborah Feyerick is Keeping Them Honest.
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Part two of CNN’s Deborah Feyerick’s investigation into the death of 28-year-old Alfred Wright, a rural Texas father of two who vanished last November.
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There are serious questions surrounding the death of Alfred Wright. He disappeared last November. It took searchers three weeks to locate his remains, even though they were found just up the road from where he vanished. Authorities say he died of a self-inflicted drug overdose. Wright's family says he did not do drugs, and according to the autopsy his throat was cut and his ear was missing. This happened in an area of Texas with a history of racial tension, where one of America's most horrific hate crimes occurred. Deborah Feyerick reports.
Allegations of exploitation of a domestic worker led to the arrest of Indian Diplomat Devyani Khobragade. U.S. prosecutors say she paid her housekeeper $3.31 per hour and falsified visa documents. But it was her treatment by authorities that's adding to massive show of outrage in India. People are burning the American flag in the streets and Indian security forces are no longer protecting the American Embassy in New Delhi. Deborah Feyerick has the latest.
CNN International's Mallika Kapur has the story from New Delhi.
What does all this mean? Anderson discussed this with Seema Sirohi of the Indian Council on Global Relations and Assam Chhabra who writes a column for the Mumbai Mirror newspaper.
It has been nearly a year since a gunman killed 20 children and six staffers at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown Connecticut. Today, 911 recordings from those terrible moments were made public. They reveal ordinary people doing their best to save lives in the middle of the worst situation anyone can imagine. Deborah Feyerick has listened to all of the recordings and has the story.
There is no easy answer to the question of whether to play all, some, or none of the recordings. Anderson discussed this issue with Christiane Amanpour, Jeffrey Toobin and Dr. Drew Pinksy.
New questions about the investigation into the shooting near Capitol Hill. During a news conference authorites said they do not belive the driver's actions before the shooting were a mistake. So what do investigators know, and what are the next steps in determining her motivation? CNN's Joe Johns and Deborah Feyerick join the panel with the latest information.
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