Camp Pendleton Hearing; Gas Prices; City Power Struggle
Friday, September 1, 2006
This week, two Marines confessed to the killing of an Iraqi civilian in the town of Hamdaniyah during a hearing at Camp Pendleton. What's next for the accused Marines? Also, gasoline prices have fallen to the lowest level of the summer. Why are prices dropping and how low will they go? Plus, the relationship between City Attorney Mike Aguirre and San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders seems to be eroding. What's causing this rift between the two city officials?
- Tony Perry, San Diego Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times
- Scott Horsley, business reporter for National Public Radio
- Andrew Donohue, Co-Executive Editor for voiceofsandiego.org
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