This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Pennsylvania: Susan Candiotti) The attempts to get information from the school that victim number 1 attended and how it is difficult to get people to come forward to talk about Penn State discussed; scenes shown of Candiotti inside the boy's school trying to get to talk to the principal.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(State College: Jason Carroll) The latest report on new accusers who may have been victimized by Sandusky outlined. [Victims' attorney Jeff ANDERSON- says there is a pattern of Sandusky using his position to "groom" the families and the children and then he raped them and there appears to be a coverup at Penn State; notes the rise in contacts after Sandusky's NBC interview went public; outlines his client's reaction to hearing the interview and allegations of abuse after a period of grooming.] The concerns of Sandusky's attorney after the TV interview discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) Reports of more killed in Syria by government security forces; a vote of confidence for Italy's new Prime Minister Mario Monti; the grilling of Energy Secretary Stephen Chu about the loan guarantee for the now-bankrupt Solyndra solar panel company; Stock Market Report reported.
(New York: Mary Snow) The mostly peaceful protests on the Brooklyn Bridge in New York City featured; scenes shown of the march and of confrontations with police; details given of the question of where the protesters can go after being evicted from the park.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with King about the NYC protests; inset video shown. [KING - explains why the protesters are anti-American in tone: it is an anarchy group; comments on the filthy conditions in the park: they have no purpose and the media covered it; suggests the protesters violated the right of the neighborhood and the police.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Rebuild the Dream organizer Van Jones about the occupy movement. [JONES - says King never went to the park and it was actually clean there; criticizes this dismissal by King: they are saying we don't have jobs and they are mad at the "economic cheaters"; states we have to move from anger to answers: from protest to politics.]
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The charges against Oscar Ortega- Hernandez of trying to kill President Obama by shooting at the White House; the legal decision that Californian supporters of the Prop 8 that bans same sex marriage can offer a defense and the split of married actors Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher reported; Kutcher's Tweet quoted.