Is the US Gripped by Civil War? The Most Surprising Infamous Trial Verdict? World Cup Surprises?

Screen Shot 2014-06-17 at 6.01.20 PMA lot of questions in the latest edition of Life Elsewhere. Trial consultant Richard Gabriel talks about the behind-the-scene details of trials he consulted on, including, O.J.Simpson, Phil Spector, Heidi Fleiss and Casey Anthony. Gabriel’s answer to the question, “What verdict surprised you the most?”, will surprise you. You’ll hear more intriguing exposés from Gabriel’s new book, Acquittal: An Insider Reveals the Stories and Strategies Behind Today’s Most Infamous Verdicts

Henry Porter, the London editor of Vanity Fair, has a challenging and controversial perspective on gun use in America. Norman B asked the writer who focuses on  liberty and civil rights, to explain his unsettling article titled, American Gun Use Is Out Of Control.

Finally, in this edition of Life Elsewhere, our dream-team soccer experts, Caitlin O’Connell of World Soccer Talk and Phil Schoen of beIN Sports answer questions about the World Cup in Brazil so far.

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