Remembrance Day & Penn State Update
On a day when people around the world remember the sacrifices of fallen soldiers, we talk with a Canadian who served in Afghanistan about the dangers of the mission and the challenges of returning to a regular life back home. Videojournalist Nick Purdon visits a transition home in Victoria where veterans explain their struggle with PTSD. Another Canadian veteran of Afghanistan tells us why he supports the Occupy movement and people's right to have their voices heard.
Plus, Pennsylvania State University is still reeling after allegations of child molestation were levelled against the football team's defensive coordinator Gerald Sandusky. As the investigation spreads to other states, "victim one" is hailed as a hero for being the first to speak out - but according to the grand jury he is not the only one. But just how difficult is it to go public with accusations of sexual abuse? David Lorenz tells us his story of being abused while attending a Catholic boy's school and his challenges facing the negative spotlight of media, courts and community when he decided to reveal the actions of those he trusted.
Join us tonight at 8 p.m. on CBC News Network.