This program is 28 minutes long
(New York: David Muir) A break in the cold case of the disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz in New York City 33 years ago examined; scenes shown from the street where he vanished on a walk to the school bus; details given about the confession of stock clerk Pedro Hernandez, who has been questioned for two days. [Father Stan PATZ - comments.] [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Ernie ALLEN- says this case changed America.] [Author Lisa COHEN - says Etan's father is still waiting.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer, Dan Abrams) The questions about the confession and evidence and tricks in such high-profile cases and whether a confession is a guilty plea discussed.
(Studio: Sam Champion) The Atlantic hurricane season with a possible Tropical Storm Beryl and Hurricane Bud off Mexico examined; weather maps shown; details given about NOAA's prediction of a normal hurricane season and last year's Hurricane Irene. [National Weather Service Chris VACCARO- talks about early named storms.]
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) The exoneration of former high school football player Brian Banks of rape charges brought by a childhood friend featured; scenes shown from a California courtroom; details given about the plea deal that led to five years in prison and the admission from his accuser that she lied. [BANKS - talks about getting his freedom back.]
(Allentown, Pennsylvania: Paula Farris) The issue of head injuries for kids in contact sports examined; photo shown of football player Owen Thomas, who committed suicide in 2010 and his brain was found to have CTE; details given about moves to eliminate head contact in football. [Parents CAMPBELL - comment on their son's death.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of sports injuries on "Nightline" noted.
(London: Katie Couric) The ABC News interview held with Prince Williams, son of Britain's Queen Elizabeth; scenes shown of his marriage. [WILLIAM - talks about his grandmother, the wedding she gave him, why the queen never gives an interview.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The ABC special "The Jubilee Queen" announced.