This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and Government Accountability Project Jesselyn Radack about the Miranda detention, [TOOBIN - defends the British detention of Miranda because he was being used by a "mule" to transfer classified NSA material suggests ha had stolen information; criticizes the government activity at "The Guardian."] [RADACK - says the computer records had to do with journalism; calls it the criminalization of journalism.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Decatur: David Mattingly) The charges against gunman Michael Hill, who took hostages, called the TV station, fired at police officers before he gave himself up and how the kids were taken out the back of the school discussed; photos shown.
(No location given: Elina Machado) The random, thrill shooting of East Central University student Lane reviewed; scenes shown from Duncan. [Police Chief Danny FORD- describes what happened in the shooting.] [In Australia, father Peter LANE- calls it senseless.]
(Houston: Randi Kaye) The story of former pediatric nurse Genene Jones, who has been imprisoned for the 1982 murder of infant Chelsea McClellan, presented; video and photos shown; details given about the Texas mandatory release law that will allow Jones to go free due to prison overcrowding and how there may be other victims killed at the hands of Jones. [Daughter killed by nurse, Petti McCLELLAN-WIESE- recounts what happened to her daughter.] [Houston victim's advocate Andy KAHAN- talks about the murders by Jones.] [Worked with Jones, Cheri PENDERGRAFT- talks about the death rate on Genene's shift.] [Believes Jones killed her son, Marina RODRIGUEZ- recalls the death of her son.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with Petti McClellan-Wiese about Jones's impending release. [MCCLELLAN-WIESE- says Jones would commit more murders if released, that she saw Jones was at Chelsea's grave.]
(Hailey, Idaho: Gary Tuchman) The Idaho fire featured; scenes shown of flames, helicopters, a surviving house. [Sun Valley resident Pamela Sue MARTIN- comments on the fire and her house being safe.] The extent of the fire containment discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The resting of the prosecution's case against Ft. Hood murderer Nidal Hasan; documents indicating Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev suffered multiple gunshot wounds before his capture; the death of dolphins along the Eastern seboard and the reunion of an Indiana woman with her stolen dog 5 years after Sasha disappeared reported; dog shown.