Thursday, April 26, 2012 | Categories: Episodes |
* Charles Taylor - Prosecutor. An international court in The Hague convicts the former Liberian president of aiding war crimes in exchange for "blood diamonds."
* Charles Taylor - Liberia. Journalist Bonnie Allen gives a sense of the reaction from people in Monrovia today.
* Digital Rights Books. Publishing house Tor will make all of its books digital-rights-management free, starting this summer. Cory Doctorow, founder of BoingBoing.net weighs in.
* Racist Memorabilia. Dr. David Pilgrim is the founder of the Jim Crow Museum, at Ferris University. We hear about his collection.
* Turkey Syria Border. Our producer, David McDougall, reports from Turkey. He says more Syrians refugees are buying into the idea of taking up arms to fight against the Syrian regime.
* N. Korea Toy Missiles. David Wright, a physicist who has been following North Korea's missile program for decades, analyzes a lavish parade of what may be fake missiles.