This program is about 1 hour long
(Atlanta: Randi Kaye) The ambiguous evidence in the Martin case examined; photos shown of Zimmerman's head injuries, his clean hands; details given about the lack of Zimmerman DNA on Martin's body, what "witness 13" said about Zimmerman's condition. the 911 call with someone yelling, the FBI inconclusive voice analysis. the view of "witness 22" of Zimmerman and the question of drugs in Martin's system.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What witness 6 said noted.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with former prosecutor Marcia Clark and criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos about the new evidence in the Martin case. [GERAGOS - says Zimmerman's injuries are consistent with what he said about his injuries.] The girlfriend-assistant state attorney conversation played. [CLARK - says the girlfriend's testimony is compelling and unembellished.] [GERAGOS - says the girlfriend's testimony may be hearsay and not get into the record; wonders if this will go to trial in a stand your ground state.] [CLARK - downplays Zimmerman's injuries.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with James Carville and Mary Matalin about Romney and his business claims. [MATALIN - explains what private equity does as a growth industry; criticizes Obama policies.] [CARVILLE - defends Obama's job record; criticizes Romney's jobs gained/jobs lost.]
(Drew Griffin) The India clinic and its medical claims about embryonic stem cell research examined; scenes shown. [NuTech Mediworld's Dr. Geeta SHROFF- says she is doing everything right; states 90 percent of patients have success; talks about her medical paper presentations that were turned down.] [CNN's Sanjay GUPTA - asks where is the data.] Shroff's medical claims and how she provides hope for people from all over the world discussed.
(No location given: Randi Kaye) The shock treatment examined; scenes shown of the reporter shocking herself.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier discussion held with ex-student's mother Cheryl McCollins, former staffer Greg Miller, student's mother Marie Washington and JRC attorney Michael Flammia about the shock treatments for the students; videotape of a student being shocked re-shown. [McCOLLINS - talks about her son's fear of the device; states she thought the cameras would protect her son.] [MILLER - explains how often the shock treatment was used on students and why he stayed at the center; states the treatment is torture and there are other treatments.] [WASHINGTON - defends the treatment plan at JRC: it works for her son.] [FLAMMIA - defends the center's taping policy and shock treatment for autistic students with behavior disorder.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The manhunt for Arnoldo Jimenez, the husband of bride Estrella Carrera, who was stabbed to death; the arrest of James Willey in the highway killing in Mississippi; the stock share price for Facebook reported.