60 Minutes: Wolfgang Betracchi, Liam Neeson & Shooting at Chardon High


60 Minutes February 23 2014

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60 Minutes has a brand new hour on Sunday, February 23 2014, featuring the intriguing stories of a legendary art forger, a grieving action hero, and a teacher who put his life on the line in the call of duty. Spend this Sunday evening with Wolfgang Betracchi, Liam Neeson, and Frank Hall.


60 Minutes: Shooting at Chardon High

60 Minutes: Wolfgang Betracchi, Liam Neeson & Shooting at Chardon High

Get a glimpse inside the fascinating world of art forgery on 60 Minutes this Sunday, February 23. The show will also profile Liam Neeson and Chardon High. (DFree / Shutterstock.com)

School shootings are unfortunately becoming a familiar topic in American policy, and Frank Hall has an interesting perspective. He is a football coach at Ohio’s Chardon High School, and when a student came to his school with a gun, he sprang into action.

Though three students died from their wounds, Hall probably saved the lives of many others. But he does not want to be thought of as a hero, and he has another message in mind that he would like those hearing his story to come away with. Find out what that is on 60 Minutes this Sunday.


60 Minutes: Con Man Wolfgang Beltracchi

You might not immediately recognize the name Wolfgang Beltracchi, and he would hope that you would not be able to spot his work either. But he is one of the most successful art forgers in history, and his name is dirt in the art community, where he collected millions in a long-running and highly successful art scam.

Bob Simon will find out why Beltracchi is sometimes called the most hated man in the world, and get expert opinions on how he was able to pull off such adept deceptions over a long period of time. What happened when he went on trial? Get the story from 60 Minutes on February 23.

60 Minutes: Liam Neeson

You know Liam Neeson as an action star, but his 60 Minutes profile with Anderson Cooper will show off some sides you don’t usually see in his screen roles. He will be speaking about his grief over the death of his wife, Natasha Richardson, who was killed in a skiing accident at age 45.

Neeson, who is 61, also knows that he can’t go on doing stunts and playing the hero forever. Get the story this Sunday when you hear the ticking stopwatch of 60 Minutes.


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