Brooke Baldwin talks to a sheriff's department spokeperson about the death of nine-year-old Savannah Hardin in Alabama. The girl's stepmother and grandmother are charged with murder in the case. Allegedly, the pair made Savannah run around the house for hours as punishment for lying about eating a candybar. Authorities say Savannah ran the equivalent of a marathon without water and suffered severe dehydration.
Brooke Baldwin talks to Dr. Amer Sayed who has fled Syria amid the Assad regime's massacre of civilians. Dr. Sayed tells Brooke that it is illegal for doctors to treat wounded protesters. He says that doctors caught assisting the wounded are detained and taken to unknown destinations.