The Scramble Meets Charla Nash, Talks Politics With David Plotz

Mar 31, 2014

Charla Nash.
Credit Shelly Sindland / Shelly Sindland Photography

The Scramble, our Monday episode, is a wrap-up of the weekend's news, and a look at the week ahead. This hour, we have a conversation with Charla Nash, who is seeking the right to sue the state of Connecticut over the chimpanzee attack in 2009 that left her badly mutilated.

We also feature our SuperGuest, Slate Political Gabfest panelist, David Plotz. He's been thinking a lot about the high-budget involved in anti-technology films like the upcoming movie, Noah, and whether or not Hillary Clinton is too old to run for president.

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  • David Plotz is a journalist and editor at Slate.com, as well as a panelist on Slate's Political Gabfest.
  • Charla Nash was the victim of a chimp attack in 2009.
  • Charles Willinger is the founding member of the law firm Willinger, Willinger, & Bucci, P.C. the lead attorney for Charla Nash.