This program is 28 minutes long
(Washington: Pete Williams) The release from prison of the "West Memphis Three," who were convicted of murdering 3 Cub Scouts in West Memphis, Arkansas in 1993, featured; scenes shown of Damien Echols, Jessie Misskelley and Jason Baldwin; photos shown of the victims; excerpt shown from the documentary “Paradise Lost: The Child Murders at Robin Hood Hills”; details given about the deal that required them to plead guilty. [BALDWIN – says Echols had it worse.] [ECHOLS – says he did it for me.] [Victims’ fathers John Mark BYERS, Steve BRANCH- offer differing opinions on the release.]
(Studio: Chris Jansing) The worries about the economy examined; scenes shown of protests, free health clinics in Charlotte, North Carolina and Chicago. [Brooklyn, New York grandmother Mary Lee WARD, California resident Rose Mary GUDIEL- react to facing eviction.] [Mesirow Financial chief economist Diane SWONK- comments on the fear of being a “have-not.”] [2 WOMEN – comment on their job search.] [Cure Network executive director Josette SZALKO- notes the crowds at the clinics reflect the state of the economy.] The job fair next week in Miami held by the Congressional Black Caucus noted.
(Zintan, Libya: Richard Engel) The push toward Tripoli by the rebels in Libya featured; map shown; scenes shown of the rebels after taking over the oil refinery in Zawiyah, fighting in the streets. [Rebel FIGHTER – says we will get Libyan leader Muammar el-Kadhafi.]
(No location given: Aditi Roy) The heroic actions of Antonio Diaz Chacon, an Albuquerque, New Mexico man who chased down the kidnapper of a little girl, reviewed; 911 call from wife Martha Diaz played; scenes shown of the suspect; details given about Chacon’s immigration status. [Albuquerque police Sgt. Trish HOFFMAN- says Chacon took her back to her family.] [Albuquerque resident Thomasina GONZALES- says he saved her from something atrocious.] [Albuquerque Mayor Richard BERRY- praises Chacon.]
(Salt Lake City: Kate Snow) The struggles of birth fathers to get custody of their babies adopted by Utah couples featured; details given about the state law that puts a deadline on filing for paternal rights; statement from the Utah supreme court on the case of John Wyatt quoted. [Fathers WYATT, Cody O’DEA- comment.] [Wyatt’s attorney Josh PETERMAN- says biological fathers are set up to fail.] [Utah attorney general Mark SHURTLEFF- says he is willing to look at this.]
(Altamont Pass, California: Anne Thompson) Efforts to ensure that golden eagles and windmills can coexist featured; scenes shown of the wind farm at Altamont Pass, California; details given about the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s new guidelines for wind farms. [Park district manager Doug BELL - says wind farms are one of the highest dangers for golden eagles.] [Veterinarian Anneke MORESCO- says it makes it so they can’t fly ever again.] [Pattern Energy Hunter ARMISTEAD- comments on the benefits of taller turbines.]