This program is 29 minutes long
(Guntown, Mississippi: Yunji de Nies) The rescue in Mississippi of the two Bain sisters, who were kidnapped by Adam Mayes, who killed himself when the police arrived, featured; scenes shown from the woods where the girls had been held in a hunting camp; details given about the murder of mother and daughter, Jo Ann and Adrienne Bain, before the kidnapping of the two younger girls. [Mississippi Highway Patrol M/Sgt. Steve CRAWFORD- recounts what happened.] [Union County Sheriff Jimmy EDWARDS- reacts to finding the girls.]
(Greensboro, North Carolina: Bob Woodruff) The coming defense in the trial of former Senator John Edwards after the prosecution wrapped up its case reviewed; courtroom sketches by Christine Cornell shown; details given of the testimony about Edwards, Rielle Hunter, the baby and the campaign money. [In 2008, with Woodruff, EDWARDS - says he will tell the truth; denies the baby is his.]
(New York: Dan Harris) The firestorm over Facebook going public with Eduardo Saverin renouncing his US citizenship for tax purposes examined; clips shown from "The Social Network" about Facebook. [Ariel Investments Mellody HOBSON- comments on the move.]
(Washington: Jonathan Karl) The controversy over charges that presidential candidate Mitt Romney was a bully in high school examined; details given from the "Washington Post" report that Romney forcibly cut a gay student's hair 48 years ago. [For WSOC, ROMNEY - admits to doing stupid things in high school.] [Yesterday, ROMNEY - says he does not remember the incident.] The debate over whether something so far in the past is relevant today noted; examples of the TV debate shown; President Obama's book story about mistreating Coretta quoted.
(Studio: David Muir) Obama's fund raiser in Hollywood led by actor George Clooney noted. [OBAMA - talks about playing basketball with George.]
(Studio: Brian Ross) The ABC investigation of a weight loss empire, 1-800-Get-Thin, that promised easy lapband surgery presented; details given about the death of five patients during surgery and about the clinic run by two playboy brothers Michael and Julian Omidi. [Patient's families attorney Alexander ROBERTSON- criticizes the clinic.] [Dead patient's husband John FAITRO- cries.] [At hearings, Dr. Ihsan SHAMAAN- recounts what Julian said about the death.] How both Omidis brothers have had their medical licenses suspended noted.
(Studio: David Muir) Further coverage of the story on "20/20" noted.
(Studio: JuJu Chang) The reaction to the "Time" magazine cover showing a 26-year-old woman breastfeeding her three-year-old examined, [Mother Jamie GRUMET- explains the statement she was making about breastfeeding being a normal option; reacts to the ignorance about the mammary glands and nurturing.] The positions of the American Academy of Pediatrics, WHO and most pediatricians on breastfeeding noted. [ABC News Dr. Richard BESSER- talks about child development.]
(Studio: David Muir) Further coverage of the story on "Nightline" mentioned.