Kendrick Johnson was a high school student in Georgia. His body was found upside down in a rolled up wrestling mat in the school gym last January. Investigators ruled his death an accident, but his parents believe someone killed their son and the truth is being hidden. The circumstances surrounding Kendrick's death are more than strange, a lot just doesn't add up. Now, his family is demanding answers. Victor Blackwell has exclusive new information on the case.
He spent nearly nine hours, held by British authorities under anti-terror laws. But David Miranda says he was not asked a single question about terrorism. Miranda is the life partner of reporter Glenn Greenwald, who helped break the story about the NSA's domestic spying programs. Greenwald says Miranda's detention was retribution for his reporting. Both Glenn Greenwald and David Miranda spoke exclusively with Anderson, in their first interview since the incident occurred.
In an exclusive primetime interview, the freelance photographer for the N.Y. Post who snapped pictures showing a man facing death on the tracks of a New York City Subway defends himself and details the scene.
U.S. border patrol agent Brian Terry's family spoke out to Anderson Cooper exclusively about the Justice Department's recent unsealing of indictments in the shootout that resulted in his death. They also react to the government investigation into the "Fast and Furious" ATF operation.
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