This program is 28 minutes long
(Cleveland: David Muir) The story of the three women breaking free and after featured; scenes shown of Amanda Berry's homecoming with her daughter and of Gina coming home; details given of their life in captivity, the treatment of pregnant Michelle Knight and the birth of Amanda's baby. [Sister Beth SARRANO, Gina's mother Nancy RUIZ, her father Felix DeJESUS- make statements.] [OFFICIAL - says they have not been outside the home in ten years.] [Police chief Michael McGRATH- says the little girl did leave the house occasionally.] The rumors about missing girl Ashlet Summers discussed.
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The brief police radio transmissions as they got to the house played.
(Cleveland: Alex Perez) The double life led by the girls' captor Ariel Castro reviewed; scenes shown of Castro stopped by police at a gas station. [Castro neighbors Elsie CINTRONN, Khalid SAMAD, Castro relative Julio PEREZ- comment on the house and Castro.]
(White House: Jonathan Karl) The Congressional hearings on the attack on the US consulate in Benghazi, Libya, featured; scenes shown of the three whistle-blowers telling their story of what happened at the embassy; details given about the issue of politics in the White House response following the attack. [Former deputy chief of mission Gregory HICKS- speaks about what happened, hearing Ambassador Chris Stevens died, on what happened after the attack matters.]
(New York: Dan Harris) How to spot clues as at the house at 2207 Seymour Ave. in Cleveland where the three women were held captive presented; scenes shown from Cleveland; details given about earlier cases in Texas, Oregon and in California, where Jaycee Dugard was held. [Gina's uncle Tito DeJESUS- comments.] [In 2004, saved kidap victim, Matthew DIXON- recounts what he saw that was "odd."] [UC California-Berkeley police Ally JACOBS- recounts what she saw.] [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's Robert LOWERY- offers perspective on leads.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) A documentary about the lives of tennis champions Serena and Venus Williams presented; scenes shown of the sisters' disciplined training as kids with their father coaching and training over the years. ["Venus and Serena" co-director Michelle MAJOR- praises their father, Richard Williams.]