A teenager kills another with his knife and is tried and sentenced as an adult. Is this the best we can do? Is justice served? In her new book: Boy with a Knife, activist, author and professor Jean Trounstine explores the true story of Karter Kane Reed and the injustice of sentencing juveniles to adult prisons. She argues teen offenders can age out of crime. There is a better way. And on part two: Powerful nations always know best, right? 800,000 cases of Cholera appear out of nowhere in Haiti. And the worst part is the CDC and UN knew the source but covered it up as epidemiologist Ralph Frerichs describes in his new book: Deadly River: Cholera and Cover-Up in Post-Earthquake Haiti.

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