Monday, November 07, 2011

Anderson Cooper 360 Monday 11/7/11


DR. CONRAD MURRAY CONVICTED IN MICHAEL JACKSON'S DEATH TRIAL: Anderson Cooper and Randi Kaye reporting

THE PANEL: Randi Kaye, Marsha Clark, Mark Geragos, Jeffrey Toobin and Dr. Sanjay Gupta

CAIN ACCUSER STEPS FORWARD: AC gets opinions from Ari Fleischer and James Carville

PENN STATE PEDOPHILE SCANDAL: Jason Carroll reporting from State College, PA

THE RIDICULIST: The Tooth is Out There

360 NEWS & BUSINESS BULLETIN: Isha Sesay

AC360 Transcript

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5 comments:

ACAnderFan said...

I can't believe 360 spent so much time on the Conrad Murray verdict. I think the verdict was WRONG. Michael Jackson is responsible for his own death. There is no one to blame but himself. He's the one who sought out a doctor to give him the medicine to help him sleep. Had he not sought out the doctor he probably wouldn't be dead.

I don't know who picks the topics for 360 but tonite was bad. None of them were interesting.

Anonymous said...

Yes, I agree, tonite's 360 was a perfect waste of air time.
This entire show should have been part of Isha's bulletin, and it is exactly why 360 can't seem to come in second any more.
It is content or lack there of.
Put this on HLN or better yet, AC, invite the remaining Jackson's to be on your daytime show.
We know it's coming.
Judy

Anonymous said...

It's good the Jackson trail news was only a half hour of the show, I wouldn't have been surprised if it had been way more. I mostly watched Olbermann but checked into 360 every once in a while. From what I saw it looked like the 4th Cain accuser segment was pretty good. Isha had several news stories in her Bulletin that were more deserving of a full segment than the football coach sex scandal.

@ACAnderFan - Even if the three news stories were not interesting, they were all at least *new* news.

Jaanza

Claire said...

I also just kept checking in because I had heard all I wanted to earlier in the day about the verdict. My thoughts on that are that while Jackson did hire and pay very well a doctor to do his bidding, once the doctor agreed to that he had an obligation to administer the drugs as safely as possible. From what I've seen and heard this did not happen. Leaving the room for extended times, being on the phone excessively, he's not monitoring his patient to whom he's administrating a drug that requires constant supervision. Gross negligence at the very least. Add to that hiding drugs from paramedics that were called very late. The doctor had to answer for the parts he played.

Herman Cain needs to be a big boy. Fess up and go home.

Anonymous said...

Herman Con doesn't need to 'fess up.'
He just needs to go home.
Judy