A Walmart shopper takes matters into her own hands when no one tries to stop three young men from walking out of the store without paying for several cases of beer. Now that she's had a few days to think about what she did, CNN's Don Lemon asks her how she feels about it.
UPDATE: CNN's affiliate in Rochester, New York, WROC, reports the Monroe County District Attorney dropped the charges against Emily Good. The City of Rochester has launched an internal investigation of Good's arrest and of an incident in which Rochester officers ticketed numerous supporters of Good while they were gathered for a meeting.
Emily Good is a 28-year-old community activist, concerned about racial profiling in her Rochester, New York neighborhood. When she started recording what looked like a police arrest in May, she was the one to get arrested. The full encounter was caught on her i-Pod camera. And this Monday, Good will be in a Monroe County courtroom, asking that the charge of obstruction of governmental administration be dropped. Good and her attorney, Stephanie Stare, spoke with CNN's Don Lemon exclusively about what happened and if a person can ever disobey a police order.
In today's BIG I we looked at the world's first self-propelled, remote-controlled endoscope capsule.
That's right, a tiny pill that you can swallow that will take pictures inside your stomach - up to two per second.
Researchers hope the invention will one day pave the way for doctors to view the digestive from esophagus to colon, including the small intestine, which traditionally has been difficult to shoot.
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