This program is 21 minutes long
(Cairo: Holly Williams) The fury over Morsi’s power grab featured; scenes shown of clashes between protestors and police in Cairo, a crowd storming the offices of the Muslim Brotherhood in Alexandria, Morsi speaking outside. This move by Morsi and the division in Egypt discussed.
(Studio: Anthony Mason) Report introduced.
(White House: Chip Reid) The administration’s reaction featured; State Department statement quoted; details recalled about Morsi’s role in the Gaza cease-fire negotiations.
(Jersey City: Seth Doane) The outlook for sales this weekend featured; details given about the early start with some stores opening Thanksgiving Day and how the calendar is favorable for retailers; projections on sales and e-commerce growth cited. [Shopper Carolyn SHINN- explains her strategy.] [Toys 'R' Us CEO Jerry STORCH- says the store is teeming with people who are excited to be here.] [Retail analyst Dana TELSEY- notes retailers are investing more in duplicating the experience of the store online.] [Amazon.com Craig BERMAN- says customers have incredible amounts of information at their fingertips.]
(New York: Bob Orr) Questions over whether Texas wrongfully executed Carlos DeLuna in 1989 for the murder of Wanda Lopez examined; Lopez’s 911 call to Corpus Christi police played; details given about Columbia University professor James Liebman’s re-investigation of the crime, including the revelation that Carlos Hernandez, who looked like DeLuna and had a history of violence, was near the crime scene; photos shown. [LIEBMAN – says we are certain beyond a reasonable doubt.] [Hernandez’s former girlfriend Mary Margaret TAPIA- identifies the murder weapon as belonging to Hernandez.] [Hernandez’s friend Janie ADRIAN- says Hernandez boasted that he had stabbed Lopez.] [DeLuna’s sister Rose RHOTON- says she needs someone to say we executed the wrong person.]
(No location given: Scott Pelley) A “60 Minutes” report on Free the Children founder Craig Kielburger previewed; details given about how the murder of Iqbal Masih, a former slave who campaigned against servitude, inspired Kielburger to start his charity; scenes shown of young volunteers at We Day celebrations. [KIELBURGER – notes his lowest moment was seeing children they had freed back in slavery; says Free the Children is the world’s largest network of children helping children.]