Interview: Ukraine Could See Civil War
Hundreds of pro-Russians in Odessa stormed the police headquarters on Sunday, freeing prisoners, including well known pro-Russian figures. Rather than put up a flight, police opened up the cell doors themselves letting people out. Outside, the mob chanted "Odessa is a Russian city." It's more evidence that the government has completely lost the ability to control security, first in the east, and now in the south.
AM 820 News anchor Robert Pankau spoke to ABC News correspondent Tom Rivers.