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Scott Pelley chronicles Matthew Schrier's kidnapping, torture and escape from the hands Syrian rebels after 210 days in captivity..Anderson Cooper interviews GoPro CEO Nick Woodman, whose camera, the world's best-selling, has created a revolution in video..Morley Safer profiles freelance photographer Henry Grossman whose photographs, especially of President John F. Kennedy and the Beatles, remain iconic landmarks of a ripe period in American history.
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At the conclusion of the program, Lara Logan talked about her segment, Benghazi, which aired on October 27. In the update, she admitted that Dylan Davies had lied in that what he told the FBI was different from what he told 60 Minutes, thus discrediting a portion of the segment. Logan admitted that she was misled and apologized.
On November 26, she and producer Max McClellan were suspended by CBS for presenting a report which was "deficient in several respects." The statement went on to say that "from the start, Lara Logan and her producing team were looking for a different angle to the story of the Benghazi attack. They believed they found it in the story of Dylan Davies purported to be the first western eyewitness account of the attack." The incident is considered to be one of the more serious lapses in the show's 45-year history.
The length of the suspensions was not disclosed.
210 Days in Captivity
Produced by: Graham Messick
Edited by: Stephanie Palewsi Brumbach
Camera: Rob Fortunado, Aaron Tomlinson
Sound: Russ Fisher, Matthew Magratten
Associate Producer: Kevon Livelli
Broadcast Associate: Ali Rawaf
Produced by: David Schneider
Edited by: Terry Manning
Camera: Chris Albert, Al Lopez
Sound: Dustin Eddo, Hing Ng
Associate Producer: Joyce Gesundheit
News Associate: Mahalet de Jene
Video from: Aaron Grimes, Mark Peters, Rob Volkel
Produced by: David Browning
Edited by: Warren Lustig
Camera: Kevin Clouiter, Ron Dean
Associate Producer: Jonathan Schienberg
Production Associate: Ann M. Daly
Sound: Bert Canaie, Matthew Magratten
Video from: "The Ed Sullivan Show" (c) Sofa Entertainment, ALl Rights Resernes, Historic Films Archive
Photos: Courtesy of Henry Grossman