This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Muslim Brotherhood Gehad el-Haddad about the crisis in Egypt. [By phone, HADDAD - says Morsi is under house arrest and Muslim Brotherhood members have been arrested and it is a coup; outlines what we will do next.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Cairo: Ivan Watson, Ben Wedeman) The celebratory situation in Cairo with there being two narratives, the rallies on both sides for and against Morsi, the division among the opposition, what is happening to the Muslim Brotherhood, now back in the wilderness, discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Christiane Amanpour) The critical battle over the word "coup," the US reaction dependent on "coup," the political division within the country discussed; inset video from Cairo shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Christiane Amanpour) The opposition's viewpoint, the war over semantics about "coup," how politics is happening in the streets and the military's role discussed. [In interview from Cairo, former deputy head of Nile TV English language channel Shahira AMIN- speaks abouT Egypt.]
(Sanford: Martin Savidge) The continuing prosecution case in the trial of George Zimmerman for the murder of Trayvon Martin reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom where assistant state attorney Bernie de la Rionda questioned the DNA expert Anthony George, firearms analyst Amy Siewert, former Zimmerman professors Capt. Alexis Carter and Gordon Pleasants about the gun, Martin's hoodie, the "stand your ground" law.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with John Jay College of Law professor Lawrence Kobilinsky, CNN;'s Sunny Hostin, former prosecutor Marcia Clark and criminal defense attorneys Mark Geragos and Jose Baez about the trial. [KOBILINSKY, GERAGOS, HOSTIN, BAEZ, CLARK - offer views on the day's forensic evidence testimony.] Other material: the gun expert's testimony in response to the defense attorney's questions about the gun and the testimony from Professor Carter about "injury" and self-defense shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with John Jay College of Law professor Lawrence Kobilinsky. CNN;'s Sunny Hostin, former prosecutor Marcia Clark and criminal defense attorneys Mark Geragos and Jose Baez about the trial. [GERAGOS, CLARK, BAEZ, KOBILINSKY - offer views on what will happen Friday, how the defense will likely be short, how the state case is sliding away.]
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The outrage in South America over European authorities' forcing a plane to land in case NSA leaker was on board; the damages from the fire in Arizona that killed 19 hotshot firefighters; the State Department's cut in is Facebook spending and CNN's video of American Kenneth Day, who is being held in North Korea and the theft charges against Tiffany's v.p. of product development reported; jewels shown.