Dick speaks with Al Flora, the chief public defender in Luzerne Country, Pa. He started declining new cases for his office because he feels his staff of lawyers have such a heavy workload they might have to take shortcuts.
Alicia Partnoy, who was held in a secret prison in Argentina, speaks to Sean Cole about the place called the Little School. The naming of the Buenos Aires cardinal as pope has brought up memories of the country’s Dirty War, during which thousands of citizens were kidnapped and killed.
Abdi Iftin has told us about his life in Mogadishu, Somalia, and now recounts what it’s like being a Somali refugee in Nairobi, Kenya. He says lately the community has been the target of harassment and round-ups that have gotten so bad, he won't go out at night.