60 Minutes June 9

Here’s whats coming up on 60 minutes this week.

 

Invisible Threat
It was brazen and brutal. When a British soldier was run down by a car in London, and then hacked to death
with meat cleavers it signalled the beginning of a new and frightening form of terrorism. Two British born,
Muslim men at the scene, hands bloodied and still carrying their weapons waited patiently for police to arrive
– all the while spreading their message of hate to stunned onlookers. It raises the frightening question – how
do you counter terrorism by young radicalised men, willing to act as individuals, with no threat or warning?
Reporter: Liz Hayes
Producer: Stephen Rice

Rag Trade
This is a story our major retailers would prefer you didn’t see. 60 Minutes has just been inside the 3rd world
factories where thousands of workers are making the cut-price clothes that we wear every day. Getting our
cameras into the country, and then into the factories, was not easy. The government of Bangladesh is on
edge after more than 1000 people died in a factory collapse in April. But once inside what we saw was eyeopening, and makes you think twice about where your clothes come from.
Reporter: Michael Usher
Producer: Phil Goyen

Inside Scientology
Over the years we’ve heard a lot about the Church of Scientology. It’s high profile has been bolstered by
Hollywood A-listers. But what goes on behind the walls of this religion isn’t always glamorous. The church is
led by David Miscavige, a man who usually prefers to stay out of the public eye. But now his niece has shone
a bright, unwelcome light upon the church and it’s behaviour. Jenna Miscavige Hill spent more than 20 years
in the church with her uncle. She told her story to Liz Hayes.

Reporter: Liz Hayes

Producer: Phil Goyen

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