This program is about 1 hour long
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The baffling disappearance of the boy in 1979, the national manhunt, the resulting move towards the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the parents' lawsuit against Ramos reviewed. [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children CEO Ernie ALLEN- says Etan was America's missing child.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interviews held with Ed Smart, father of abducted daughter Elizabeth, and Erin Runnion, whose daughter was kidnapped. [SMART - says the Patz case changed the culture about missing children; agrees often children are found near where they went missing and kids need to be trained for crises.] [RUNNION - talks about abductions; states children need to learn real options.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The question of the evidence in Martin case noted.
(Jacksonville, Florida: Gary Tuchman) The decision by Florida prosecutor state attorney Angela Corey to try 12-year-old Christian Fernandez as an adult for murdering his brother reviewed; scenes shown; details given about Christian's family background. [COREY - says we have no choice in this case.] [Former state attorney Harry SHORSTEIN, Florida State University Sandy D'ALEMBERTE- call the decision by Corey a travesty.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Fran Townsend and former CIA agent Bob Baer about the Secret Service case. [TOWNSEND - says some agents are saying they did not know the women were prostitutes; suggests what could have happened to the agents while fraternizing and drinking.] [BAER - raises security issues about the agents who had been warned against fraternizing with the locals and going to off-limits clubs; notes the prostitution rings are run by cartels in Colombia.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The crash of a military helicopter in Afghanistan; the call for new sanctions in Syria against President Bashir al-Assad; the mysterious crash of a small plane in the Gulf of Mexico and the crash of a car into a grocery store reported; car crash shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Mary Matalin and Cornell Belcher about the campaign and the polls. [BELCHER - says early polls are a bad indicator.] [MATALIN - agrees spring numbers are not predictive, but Romney is unifying the base and closing the gap on women.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The Secret Service interview of rocker Ted Nugent after his comments about President Obama; the fall of the stock market and Starbucks' phasing out of insects as beverage food colors reported.