Realignment and sex offenders on CNN (Updated)

Jun 28th, 2013 | By | Category: Realignment, Sex Offenders

blivetThere is supposed to be a very interesting hour of Anderson Cooper 360 on CNN this coming Thursday.  It was originally designed to cover primarily sex offender issues in the formerly great state of California but will now (assuming my info is right) cover realignment as a broad general topic.  There are going to be one or two people on the show who actually know what the hell they are talking about so there is a real good possibility the show will be worth watching.

(I believe that an investigative reporter named Drew Griffin will be the primary CNN face on this special.  It should show at 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm west coast time.)

UPDATE:  Due to broadcasting of developments in the Zimmerman trial this has been postponed until some unspecified time next week.

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3 Comments to “Realignment and sex offenders on CNN (Updated)”

  1. kl2008a says:

    CNN has about as much credibility in news reporting as a Brooklyn Bridge salesman. I think Nickelodeon presents the material more accurate then CNN. You know Spongebob Squarepants doesn’t lie!

    • Bob Walsh says:

      It is my understanding that most of this is going to be interviews with people who work within the system and not “editorial comment.” That doesn’t mean it won’t be slanted, but I have some reason, good reason I believe, to think this thing will be worth watching when they get around to actually broadcasting it.

      • Centurion says:

        Thanks Bob. This should definately be worth wtching.
        Please do give us a heads up when they reschedule it.