This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Gary Tuchman) A rare interview held with the masked Internet sub-culture group Anonymous presented; scenes shown of a gathering in Steubenville and a video of baseball players making vile comments about the victim. [Anonymous "K.Y." - says they took part in criminal activities and that more people took part in the rape.] [Football players Eddie WILSON - says Anonymous has named him while he was not at the parties; comments on the charges against the two players.] The report the victim sent a text claiming she was not rape discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and CNN's Jeffrey Toobin about the rape case and the involvement of Anonymous. [TOOBIN - says some of the information that came to light is worthless, but the social media stuff may be relevant; points out this is a juvenile trial and could be sealed from the public; comments on how the legal issue of the girl's consent that will likely come down to he said, she said.] [GERAGOS - suggests defense lawyers may ask for a change of venus because of the role of Anonymous in this Internet age; comments on the issue of consent while drunk.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live in-studio discussion held with Republican strategist Margaret Hoover and Daily Beast's Peter Beinart about Hagel. [HOOVER - says Hagel has a long position of not being a supporter of Israel and differs from Republicans on foreign policy.] [BEINART - analyzes Hagel's past views on Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan; suggests being out of the mainstream can be good in a secretary; expects Hagel's passing will be easier than expected.]
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The return to work for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton after a series of health issues; the mending of former President George Bush, who has been in the hospital for a month; an interview with Britain's Prince Charles reported; scenes shown of Hillary with a "112" football jersey signifying the number of countriers she visited as Secretary of State. [CHARLES - talks about a son, Harry, in Afghanistan.] Isha's engagement discussed.
(Atlanta: Randi Kaye) The December 16 rape of a student on a moving bus that led to her death and martyrdom featured; scenes shown of protests in the streets of New Delhi; details given about government plans for change. [Women's right activist Ranjana KUMARI- says the woman's body is viewed just for sex.] ["Beautiful Thing" author Sonia FALEIRO- explains what the protests mean about Indian society: it is a misogynistic culture.] [Prime Minister Manmohan SINGH- promises security for women.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with CNN's Sumnima Udas about the legal case. [UDAS - explains what happened in the courtroom and why the fast-tracking of the court case.]