- Following the announcement that murder charges will be brought against the police officer who shot and killed Walter Scott but not in the case of DJ Henry, we check in with you about police officers wearing body cameras. Is it an invasion of privacy or the only way to fix a failing system?
- Brian McGrory weighs in on body cams, stories circulating around Massachusetts treasurer Deb Goldberg, and how difficult it was to obtain the Watertown report from MEMA.
- Juliette Kayyem sits down with us to discuss the DC blackout, John Oliver's Edward Snowden interview, the ongoing Iran negotiations and the Tsarnaev trial.
- Art Caplan joins to help us wade through ethical quagmires like medical journals that publish fake articles, a strange case out of Iowa, and why corporations have free speech, but not doctors. >>Read more here OR >>Download our podcast
- Sue O'Connell stops by to talk about how advertisers are working to reflect the LGBT community, what Rand Paul's candidacy means, and Mayor Walsh's new crusade for pay equality.
- Then we get news of a pending Tsarnaev verdict. >>Hear our full coverage.
Edward Snowden, who worked as a contract employee at the National Security Agency, in Hong Kong last year.
BPR: Medical, Reporting, And Campaign Ethics
April 8, 2015