This program is 29 minutes long
(Cleveland: David Muir) The new details from the families of the women held captive in a house in Cleveland for over 10 years featured; scenes shown of Castro in court, the homecoming for Gina DeJesus, the house on Seymour Ave.; details given about Berry's daughter. [Cuyahoga County prosecutor Timothy McGINTY- describes this child kidnapper's private prison.] [Gina's mother Nancy RUIZ- talks about her daughter: she is back; says Castro would talk to her!; states the three can smile now.] The moving details about the women's lives inside the house discussed.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) The warnings before the bombings at the Boston Marathon examined; scenes shown of the explosion and from the Congressional hearings. [Representative Michael McCAUL- says our system failed.] [Boston police Commissioner Ed DAVIS- says he needed the information.] [Representative Peter KING - comments on identification.]
(Miami: Matt Gutman) The disappearance of Paul Rossington and Kristin Schroder from a Carnival cruise ship reviewed; details given about the recent prior Carnival problem incidents. [Cruisejunkie.com Ross KLEIN- comments on cruise ship problems.]
(Los Angeles: Cecilia Vega) The tricks of kidnappers examined in light of the story of the three women held in captivity for over 10 years in Cleveland; scenes shown from a 2005 ABC hidden camera experiment of teens falling prey to kidnappers. [Safety Ever After Inc. Pattie FITZGERALD- explains the reaction of children.]
(Rochelle, Georgia: Steve Osunsami) How teens decided to throw the first integrated prom in a high school in rural Georgia featured; scenes shown of the all-white prom and the integrated prom; details given of the history of segregated proms since the 1960s. [Integrated prom co-organizers Brandon DAVIS, Mareisha RUCKER, promgoer Jakevius PETERSON- comment on the proms, segregated and theirs; integrated.]