North Korea, Slush Funds, Hamdania Murder Case
Friday, October 13, 2006
Gloria Penner: North Korea wants respect from the U.S. but President Bush resists bilateral talks with the communist state. Is that why Kim Jong Il exploded a bomb? Also, two county supervisors travel to foreign lands courtesy of local groups funded by the supervisors slush funds. Could there be a connection? Plus, are plea bargains expected from Camp Pendleton marines charged with murder in Hamdania?Guests
- Alisa Joyce Barba , western bureau chief for National Public Radio.
- Scott Lewis , co-executive editor of VoiceofSanDiego.org.
- Tony Perry, San Diego bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times .
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