This program is 29 minutes long
(Bellefonte, Pennsylvania: Michael Isikoff) The wait for the verdict in the child sex abuse trial of former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky featured; details given about the revelation that prosecutors planned to call Sandusky's adopted son Matt, who would testify against his father, if Sandusky took the stand; courtroom sketches shown with closing arguments from defense attorney Joe Amendola and prosecutor Joseph McGettigan quoted.
(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.
(Studio: Kate Snow) The account from Travis Weaver about being sexually abused by Sandusky when he was a boy presented. [WEAVER – describes what happened to him; says he feels responsible for the other kids that this happened to; says he would punch Sandusky in the mouth.]
(Sanford, Florida: Kerry Sanders) The release of a videotape of neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman’s account of the events leading up to his shooting of Trayvon Martin in Florida reviewed; tape shown with Zimmerman describing what happened. [Martin family attorney Benjamin CRUMP- says the objective evidence should outweigh Zimmerman’s version.]
(Salt Lake City: Peter Alexander) Presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s speech to a Latino group about immigration in the wake of President Obama’s executive action involving deportations reviewed; details given about Romney’s plan for legal immigration; poll showing Obama’s lead over Romney among Hispanic voters cited. [ROMNEY – says he will address illegal immigration in a civil and resolute manner; criticizes Obama.] [Earlier, ROMNEY – says if people don’t get work they will self-deport.]
(Greece, New York: Craig Melvin) The reaction to the cell phone video of the bullying of 68-year-old bus monitor Karen Klein by middle school students near Rochester, New York featured; scenes shown of the grandmother being taunted; details given about the outpouring of support for Klein, including donations to a website to send Klein on a vacation. [KLEIN – says there’s a lot of good ones out there.] [Greece, New York resident Michelle BACCHETTA- reacts.]
(London: Stephanie Gosk) The 30th birthday for Britain's Prince William, who now will receive half of Princess Diana’s estate, featured; details given about his military career and charity work. [WOMAN – comments.] [Royal expert Camilla TOMINEY- says it’s a bittersweet moment for him to inherit his mother’s legacy.] [In earlier interviews, WILLIAM – talks about his ambitions and his mother.] [“The Lady” editor Rachel JOHNSON- says you genuinely feel he cares.]