topic: Injured officer suing gun manufacturers.
Chemical and Biological Weapons
Robin Schwartz-Kreger: Director, Media Relations, B'nai B'rith International, a hundred fifty year old Jewish social service organization. Works in the B'nai B'rith headquarters in Washington, DC, which was shut down for most of a day last year - by a biological weapons scare. Lt. Col. John Ontiveros: Associate Director for Domestic Preparedness Army Chemical Biological Defense Command. Tom Reiss: Co-author of Fuhrer-Ex: Memoirs of a Former Neo-Nazi. Writes frequently on issues of terrorism. Kit Gage: Washington representative, the National Committee against Repressive Legislation and the National Coordinator of the Coalition to Protect Political Freedom. Kyle Olsen: Founder and former Executive Vice President of the Chemical and Biological Arms Control Institute in Alexandria, Virginia. Currently a project manager, with Research Planning, Inc. which consult with the Department of Defense on terrorism issues. Baker Spring: Senior Policy Analyst, Heritage Foundation. John McNicholas: Attorney with McNicholas and McNicholas. Representing a LAPD officer injured in last year's North Hollywood bank shootout who is suing gun manufacturers for product liability. Richard Choi: US Journalist home after Korea jail. Reporter for Los Angeles' Radio Korea. Was imprisoned in Korea for a report made while there.