This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: John Miller) A break in the case of 6-year-old Etan Patz, who disappeared 33 years ago, with a confession from Pedro Hernandez examined; scenes shown from the Maple Shade, New Jersey house where Hernandez was picked up and Hernandez’s family leaving; details given about Hernandez’s prior arrests. [New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG – says the suspect implicated himself.] [NEIGHBOR – comments.] The difficulty in corroborating the confession discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Washington: Wyatt Andrews) The impact of the Patz case on how police and communities react to missing child reports featured; statistics on missing and abducted children who come home cited. [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Ernie ALLEN- explains how the coordinated system works; says no case is ever closed.] The Adam Walsh case mentioned.
(Philadelphia: Elaine Quijano) The testimony from Catholic Monsignor William Lynn about the cover-up of child sex abuse by priests in Philadelphia reviewed; details given about his list of suspected pedophile priests that was kept in the secret archdiocese and Lynn’s claims about Cardinal Anthony Bevilacqua; courtroom sketches shown with remarks from Lynn and prosecutor Patrick Blessington quoted. [Former archdiocese worker Susan MATTHEWS- reacts to the culture of secrecy.]
(Seward, Alaska: John Blackstone) The arrival in Alaska of debris from last year’s tsunami in Japan featured; scenes shown of junk on the beach. [Conservationist Chris PALLISTER- reacts.]
(Los Angeles: Lee Cowan) The exoneration of former high school football star Brian Banks after serving 5 years for rape featured; scenes shown from the courtroom; details given about the plea deal after he was accused by a classmate; video shown of accuser Wanetta Gibson admitting Banks did not rape her. [BANKS – reacts to a Facebook “friend” request from Gibson; says he is not broken.]
(Greensboro, Georgia: Jim Axelrod) The Greensboro, Georgia students headed to college through the "I Have a Dream" program started by healthcare executive Tom Kelly featured; details given about the trips and training provided by Kelly. [Student Tyesha DALTON- talks about her hard work and the community.] [KELLY – recalls the promise made to first graders 12 years ago.] [From “60 Minutes,” then-4th-grader DALTON – describes her dream.]