This program is 29 minutes long
(Beijing: Celia Hatton) The dilemma for the US over Chinese blind human rights activist Chen Quangcheng who escaped from house arrest brought about by his opposition to forced abortion examined; video from his house and of Chen shown; details given about the restrictions on Chen's family and the specifics of his escape aided by underground activists.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(White House: Norah O'Donnell) The high-levels talks about the Chen crisis just before the trip to China by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner reviewed; details given about the diplomatic issues. [President OBAMA - says he will not make a statement on the issue.] [CLINTON - says we will be discussing human rights in China.] How the US can help Chen without irritating the Chinese government discussed.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The treasure trove of documents taken from the Pakistan compound when Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was killed featured; animation of the Pakistan raid shown. [Counterterrorism adviser John BRENNAN - outlines what bin Laden said in the documents; states Al Qaeda's image is ruined.]
(Studio: John Miller) Th trial in Brooklyn, New York City, of three men who worked for Al Qaeda and plotted to bomb the NYC subways in 2009 and other sites examined; deposition testimony from Saajid Badat about the shoe bomb plan and the plan to break the US economic chain played. [Former FBI agent John BORELLI- says a small plot will cause economic disruption; comments on Al Qaeda trainees to carry out any attack.]
(Studio: Jon LaPook) The epidemic of Type 2 diabetes in children examined; statistics cited; details given about New York City's anti-obesity campaign and the lack of exercise programs in schools. [Diabetic Sara CHERNOV- talks about her chronic disease.] [Dr. Robert GOLAND- talks about Type II in kids.] [Health commissioner Dr. Tom FARLEY- says we have to put physical activity and healthy foods into our lives.] The reasons for the importance of prevention because diabetes treatments don't work for kids discussed.
(London: Elizabeth Palmer) The spy mystery of the death of British intelligence agent Gareth Williams found in a red duffle bag in his own bathtub examined; apartment and reenactment shown; details given about the life of Williams of MI6 and his interest in bondage.
(Dallas: Mark Strassmann) A program in Texas to help felons convicted of crimes they did not commit featured; scenes shown of a parade; details given about the freeing in Dallas County of over 30 men convicted of murder or rape. [Falsely convicted for 13 years, Christopher SCOTT - comments on being found guilty; comments on their project and helping everybody or at least somebody.]