Cecil the lion; security in houses of worship

Part 1: Cecil the lion
The  outrage continues to grow over the killing of a lion in Zimbabwe and now the feds are involved.
The U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife announced that they are investigating the killing of Cecil the lion, found dead last week skinned and beheaded outside a wildlife refuge.
The hunter, Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer, is now in hiding after receiving death threats online, and closing his practice due to protests.
Should big-game hunting be banned,  or has the reaction gone too far.
On the panel:
Jill Fritz, Michigan Director of the Humane Society of the United States.
Drew Youngdyke, of the Michigan United Conservation Clubs.
Dr. Rose Moten, clinical psychologist
Part 2: Security in houses of worship
The recent mass shootings have some local churches encouraging their flock to get Glocks.
But are more guns the answer to stopping violence? 
On the panel:
Steve Dulan, vice-chair of Michigan Coalition for responsible gun owners.
State Rep. Jim Townsend (D-Royal Oak)
Ellis Stafford, Detroit Crime Commission
Part 3: On the Road
Charlie Langton goes on the road to ask what do you think of the killing of Cecil. 


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