A newly released police videotape reveals new information about the murder of Oakland journalist Chauncey Bailey. In the first half hour we talk with reporters and others following the story. In the second half hour, we turn to the economic and environmental implications of offshore oil drilling. President Bush wants to lift the ban on offshore oil drilling, saying such a move would alleviate soaring gas prices.

Guests:
Robert Rosenthal, executive editor of the Chauncey Bailey Project, a consortium of media organizations, including KQED, formed to continue the work of Chauncey Bailey and investigate the circumstances of his death (first half hour)
Peter Keane, dean emeritus of Golden Gate University Law School (first half hour)
Tom Peele, investigative reporter with the Chauncey Bailey Project and the Bay Area News Group (first half hour)
Rayola Dougher, senior economic adviser for the American Petroleum Institute (second half hour)
Jim Presswood, lead lobbyist on federal energy policy issues for the Natural Resources Defense Council (second half hour)

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