A samurai swinging Mormon Bishop in Utah, Kent Hendrix, scared off an a man who was attacking his neighbor and Gil speaks with him about his bravery.
Gil entertains with some hilarious examples of dumb criminals.
Alan Dershowitz, Harvard professor of law and attorney, speaks with Gil about how to defend the Boston bombing suspect.
Did the FBI do a thorough job in investigating the Tsarnaev brothers prior to the bombings? Jack Cloonan, former FBI agent, speaks with Gil about this questions.
Barbara Slavin, author and senior fellow at the Atlantic Council, spoke with Gil about the attempted train bombing in Canada and whether it had ties with Al-Qaida.
What is the relationship between two people on a killing spree? Dr. Igor Galynker, director of The Family Center for Bipolar Disorder, speaks with Gil about how people involve themselves with such crimes.
Gil speaks with Stephen Huggard, Boston attorney and former prosecutor, about whether there is a trial for the Boston bombing suspect if it should be help in another city.
David Schanzer, associate professor of the Practice for Public Policy and director of Triangle Center of Terrorism and homeland Security, speaks with Gil about possible motives for the Boston bombings.
Gil goes live to the scene is Boston as the suspect is caught and speaks with an emotional Dave Wedge, reporter for the Boston Herald, who let us listen in to the cheering and the tears.