This program is 29 minutes long
(Kabul: Muhammad Lila) The death of four more US troops in Afghanistan at the hands of Afghan policemen reviewed; scenes and diagrams shown of the base that was breached on Friday night by Taliban fighters; details given about what was destroyed on the base. [ABC News consultant retired USMC Col. Stephen GANYARD- describes this professional, well-planned Taliban attack.] NATO's confirmation of civilian deaths in an air strike mentioned.
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The reasons for the public deployment of Britain's Prince Harry in the war in Afghanistan at the secure base that was attacked reviewed.
(Cairo: Laman Hasan) The anti-American unrest reviewed; scenes shown from Pakistan; details given about arrests in the Libyan consulate attack in which Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans were killed.
(Studio: David Muir) The investigation into the consulate attack in Libya updated. [On "This Week," US Ambassador to U.N. Susan RICE- says the attack was spontaneous, not planned.]
(Studio: David Muir) How the filmmaker behind the anti-Islam film is in hiding noted; photo shown.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The terrorism mission by Adel Daoud to blow up a bar full of customers in Chicago reviewed; diagrams shown; details given about how the bomb was a fake in an FBI sting using undercover agents. [Neighbor Dorothy LEVENSON- reacts.]
(Washington: David Kerley) The "fatal vision" murder case in which Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted of the murder of his wife and daughters at Ft. Bragg reviewed; film clip from the "Fatal Vision" mini-series shown. [MacDONALD - denies murdering his wife and children.] The new questions raised by Errol Morris' book "A Wilderness of Error: The Trials of Jeffrey MacDOnald" noted. [MORRIS - says a strong case never linked him to the crime.] [truTV legal correspondent Jean CASAREZ- talks about the new DNA evidence.]
(Honiara, Solomon Islands: Bob Woodruff) The legal battle by Britain's Prince William and wife Kate Middleton over topless pictures published in a French magazine and a newspaper in Ireland examined; scenes shown of the royal couple in the Solomon Islands. ["Daily Mirror" royal family reporter Victoria MURPHY- says three publications have put out the picture.] [Contributor Victoria ARBITER- says William's number one concern is to protect Kate.]
(Studio: John Schriffen) A look at high-speed police chases and speeding by off-duty officers presented; videos shown of speeding police cars stopped by the highway patrol or police. [Retired chief of police Richard ASHTON- says speed kills.]