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60 Minutes

After protesting Putin's policies, Vladimir Kara-Murza says he was surreptitiously poisoned, and given a five percent chance of survival
Never charged, Mohamedou Slahi was held for 14 yrs at Gitmo. He tells #60Minutes why he forgives—and loves—Americans cbsn.ws/2mQik1C
Slahi told #60Minutes that getting out of Guantanamo was like being born again.
Desperate, Slahi says he told his interrogators what he thought they wanted to hear. He says he lied to them. #60Minutes
Inspired to fight Communism, Slahi had traveled to Afghanistan as a young man where he was trained by al Qaeda. #60Minutes
Slahi’s correspondence with counsel became his Guantanamo Diary--the only 1st person account published by an inmate while there.
DC politicians on both sides of the aisle have spoken out against Kara-Murza’s apparent poisoning but the Trump Admin has not.
After his most recent return last month, Kara-Murza fell ill again. He and his wife believe he was poisoned in the same way.
The Magnitsky Act passed in 2012. And Kara-Murza and Browder say Putin was furious. (2/2) #60Minutes
While Kara-Murza says doctors found heavy metals in his blood, no specific toxin was id’ed. But, he says, “this was a deliberate poisoning.”
Activist Vladimir Kara-Murza believes his opposition to Putin led to two near fatal poisonings, the first in 2015. #60Minutes
Next, meet Vladimir Kara-Murza, a Russian activist protesting Putin’s policies. He tells @LesleyRStahl he’s been poisoned 2X. #60Minutes
What was it like to be interrogated as a member of al Qaeda in post-9-11 Guantanamo Bay? Find out tonight on #60Minutes.
A Putin critic who says he was poisoned twice...and survived! What story has Moscow seeing red? The one he'll tell tonight on #60Minutes
A Putin critic who says he was poisoned twice and survived. What story has Moscow seeing red? #60Minutes, Sunday cbsn.ws/2mKnkVG
While at Gitmo, Mohamedou Slahi learned English and released the only 1st person account published by an inmate while there. More Sunday.
Anderson Cooper met French politician Marine Le Pen and found out just how controversial she is in her homeland. cbsn.ws/2m3tFrR
Animal Defenders International not only rescues, but also works to reawaken the lions’ natural tendencies. #60Minutes
Rescuers Creamer & Phillips insist animals are beaten into performing tricks because the act is unnatural--they only do it out of fear.
1 of the tactics of abusers is to smash the circus animals' teeth as punishment like rescuers say they did with this chimp, Toto #60Minutes
While filming a couple who saves circus animals from abuse, 60 Minutes' crew learns that lions sing an AM song cbsn.ws/2lMtikN
After the second mate's escape route for El Faro was rejected, she emailed her mother saying, “give my love to everyone.” #60Minutes
The 500-page audio transcript of El Faro’s voyage data recorder is the longest ever produced by the NTSB. #60Minutes
The Voyage Data Recorder was flown to the NTSB’s lab in Washington, where 26 hours of audio recordings were downloaded. #60Minutes
Up next, @andersoncooper sits down with France's controversial presidential candidate Marine Le Pen. cbsn.ws/2mtyvSZ #60Minutes
 
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