As Wednesday sees Colorado governor John Hickenlooper sign three new gun-control measures into law, this evening Piers Morgan hosts a round table discussion that will feature five Connecticut police chiefs. Including Newtown's Michael Kehoe, as well as Douglas Fuchs of Redding, Joseph Gaudett of Bridgeport, Brookfield's Robin Montgomery, and Patrick Ridenhour from Stratford, each of the cops were active during the days and weeks surrounding the Sandy Hook Elementary Shooting, and will use their "Piers Morgan Live" platform to share their first-hand perspective on the tragic December event, while also providing expert insight into the issue of firearms and gun control in the United States.
Additionally, with Wednesday marking Barack Obama's first visit to Israel as president, tonight the program will invite the founder and president of the Arab American Institute, James Zogby, as well as Senator George Mitchell and attorney Alan Dershowitz to place the international trip into political and global context.
Tune in this evening at 9, as "Piers Morgan Live" pivots between the world's of technology, international politics, and gun control.
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