This program is 29 minutes long
(Portland, Oregon: Anna Werner) The release of documents describing child sexual abuse by Boy Scout leaders and volunteers featured; details given about specific cases and about the Scouts’ youth protection policies. [Victim John ANDERSON- says he had all this guilt.] [Boy Scouts president Wayne PERRY- apologizes for falling short in protecting youth.]
(Studio: John Miller) The investigation into the plot by Bangladeshi student Quazi Nafis to blow up the Federal Reserve bank building in New York City reviewed; courtroom sketches shown; details given about the role of “Yaqueen”/Willie Carter, who was arrested for child pornography possession; scenes shown of Nafis’ parents. The FBI’s series of bomb stings and the influence of Al Qaeda figure Anwar al-Awlaki on each suspect recalled and discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Cape Girardeau, Missouri: Mark Strassmann) Nafis’ life as a student at Southeast Missouri State University featured; details given about the change in his political views. [Student Jim DOW- says Nafis did not believe Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden was involved in the Twin Towers.] [University president Ken DOBBINS- says Nafis didn’t do well and then he left.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Washington: John Dickerson) The battle for votes in the toss-up states discussed.
(New York: Jon LaPook) The CDC’s efforts to contain the outbreak featured; details given about the suggestion that doctors contact patients given injectable drugs made by NECC. [Universal Pain Management CEO Lance JACKSON- says they have used NECC for years.] [Infectious diseases expert Dr. John JERNIGAN- notes there are not many doctors with experience treating this rare infection.]
(Fort Rucker, Alabama: David Martin) Afghan women Sourya Saleh and Masooma Hussaini, who are training to be pilots at the US Army’s helicopter flight school at Fort Rucker, Alabama, featured. [HUSSAINI – says we have to defend our country; says we opened the door to help your country as a woman.] [SALEH – says we are ready for combat and a long war; says we want to be an example for Afghan women.]