This program is about 1 hour long
(Texas: Ed Lavandera) Breaking news in north Texas with a shootout with police followed by a high-speed chase ending with the car crashing and the suspect shot by police reviewed; scenes shown from the car crash site; details given about a possible link to the murder of a state official, prison system director Tom Clements, who was gunned down at his house in Colorado on Tuesday night and indications a Saudi national was denied parole by the prison official.
(New York: Mary Snow) The freeing of 58-year-old David Ranta† after 23 years in prison for the murder of rabbi Chaskel Werzburger†† he did not commit featured; scenes shown from Brooklyn where the rabbi was shot by a diamond thief, the teen witness Menachem Lieberman†, who identified Ranta leading to his conviction, Lieberman's latest revelation he was coached, questions about Ranta's confession to Det. Louis Scarcella††. [Ranta attorney Michael BAUM†- says Ranta was framed.] [SCARCELLA - defends his investigation.] Ranta's statement to the "New York Times" quoted. What happened in the emotional courtroom today and who may have killed the rabbi discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN exclusive interview with Lieberman, the witness. [LIEBERMAN - recounts what he was told when making an identification of Ranta in a lineup: it was a setup; comments on living with the secret about the case: that he was set up as a kid.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The reaction of Ranta's attorney to what Det. Scarcella said presented. [Pierre SUSSMAN†- says the real killer died a year after the crime and the detectives knew that.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Today's interview held with the parents of Newtown, Connecticut, victim Grace McDonnell; photos of Grace shown. [Lynn and Chris McDONNELL- says we have to move forward to celebrate Grace's life, but is a long road for the family; outlines what the message is: make a personal connection to the issue of gun violence; says an assault ban is a major component of a solution.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Dana Bash) The statement from Bachmann's spokesman about her statement critical of Obamacare for "killing" discussed.
(Studio: Isha Sesay) The US conclusion that Syria did not use chemical weapons despite claims; the state dinner in Israel for President Obama; Chicago's decision to close 53 underutilized schools and how an untrained man saved a baby via CPR reported.
(Boston: Randi Kaye) The puzzling questions about the biggest art history heist in history featured; scenes shown from inside the museum; details given about the theory of targeting specific works and about rewards for the art's return. [Gardner Museum security director Anthony AMORE- comments on the robbery and what was taken and not taken; guesses the art is still in New England.] ["Boston Globe" reporter Steven KURKJIAN- explains the value of the art.] [Former FBI art crime team Robert WITTMAN- says it was not an art collector: the idea came from the movie "Dr. No."] What the FBI knows and its priorities in recovering the artwork.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Further coverage of the art heist on a CNN special noted.
(Laguna Beach, California: Kyung Lah) The beaching of starving baby sea lions off the California coast featured; scenes shown from Laguna Beach; details given about the lack of food. [Pacific Marine Mammal Center Dan GOMERSAL, center director Keith MATASSA, NOAA's Sarah WILKIN- talk about the sea lions' plight.] The number of rescued sea lion pups at the animal hospital discussed.