This program is 29 minutes long
(Pentagon: David Martin) The strange day in China over the escape of blind activist Chen Guangcheng, an outspoken opponent of forced abortions, at the time of planned talks between China and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner featured; Chen photos shown; details given about Chen's arrest, escape, presence in the US embassy and the hospital, why he left the embassy and wants to come to the US. [CIA China analyst Chris JOHNSON††- talks about the negotiations.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Live interview held with SKY news correspondent Holly Williams about Chen. [WILLIAMS - explains he is being treated in the hospital, how he feared for his wife's safety and what Chen did to make the Chinese government angry by standing up for human rights of forced sterilization and what may happen next discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Chen's house arrest and the escape by the blind dissident reviewed.
(Orlando: Mark Strassmann) Felony hazing charges brought against Florida State University band members in the death of Robert Champion examined; scenes of the FSU band marching and photos of two arrested men shown; details given about his beating on the band bus and school hazing traditions; 911 call played. [State attorney Lawson LAMAR - says he was pummelled to death.] [Mother Pam CHAMPION - says they should be held accountable; states no band members have apologized.] Why murder or manslaughter charges cannot be brought to court discussed.
(Washington: Chip Reid) The court testimony in the trial of baseball great Roger Clemens for lying to Congress about taking HGH by teammate Andy Pettitte examined; scenes shown from the courthouse; details given of what Pettitte said about Roger's use of steroids and the earlier mistrial for Clemens. [In 2008, CLEMENS - denies taking steroids or HGH.] The view of Attorney General Eric Holder on retrying Clemens noted.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The lifetime of terrorism by Ayman al-Zawahiri, who was at the core of all major attacks and tries to inspire attacks by radicals, examined. [Former CIA agent Bruce RIEDEL- says Zawahiri has to carry out terrorism; states it is important to take him out.] [CBS News former National Security Council member Juan ZARATE- talks about finding Zawahiri.]
(New York: Seth Doane) The auction of a version of 1895 Edvard Munch's "The Scream" painting featured; painting shown; details given about the pop culture knockoffs. [Munch biographer Sue PRODEAUX††- describes the painting, its presence and relating to the art image.] [Art dealer David NASH - comments.]