NSA's PR man at CBS heads to NYPD job


CBS News correspondent John Miller was criticized for his very uncritical "60 Minutes" report on the National Security Agency earlier in December. In the report CBS gave the NSA a public relations platform to better handle the fallout from the Edward Snowden leaks. Now, less than two weeks later, Miller has a new high-level counterterrorism role with the New York Police Department under incoming police commissioner Bill Bratton, a friend and former colleague of Miller's. RT's Sam Sacks shows how softball questions show Miller's penchant for secrecy.