This program is about 1 hour long
(No location given: John Zarrella) The reaction of Martin’s family and the community featured; scenes shown from a church service in Miami Gardens attended by cousin Aesha Felton and her parents. [FELTON - says there is no reason for this to happen to other families.] [Antioch Missionary Baptist Church pastor Arthur JACKSON- says parents Sybrina Fulton & Tracy Martin are very upset.] [Aunt Roberta FELTON- says we know everything is going to be taken care of.] [Church member Tyrone WILLIAMS- comments on the community’s reaction.]
(Sanford, Florida: Don Lemon) The fact that Martin’s parents have not been seen in public since the verdict noted.
(Sanford, Florida: David Mattingly) The views of Channa Lloyd, an African American legal intern, on her work with the defense team in the racially charged trial of George Zimmerman for the shooting death of Florida teen Trayvon Martin, presented. [LLOYD – explains why she asked defense attorney Mark O’Mara if George is a racist; notes her friends’ reactions span the range; responds to a Tweet about a black woman on Zimmerman’s team; says the case is not about race and Zimmerman is not a racist.]
(Atlanta: Nick Valencia) Monteith’s sudden death examined; details given about his battle to stay sober. [Vancouver, British Columbia acting police chief Doug LEPARD- says we believe he was alone when he died.] [Voice of friend Adam SHANKMAN- talks about Cory.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) Tomorrow’s return of the Twinkie to stores featured; details given about the history of the snack cake and the myth about its shelf life; old commercials & TV clips shown. [On the street, several PEOPLE – comment.] [“Eatocracy” editor Kat KINSMAN- comments on the Twinkie as a bundle of love.]
(No location given: David Mattingly) Zimmerman’s life after the trial examined; details given about Tweets, e-mail & letters wishing him bodily harm or death and about donations from the public for his defense. [Zimmerman’s attorney Mark O’MARA- notes people who think George killed Trayvon for racial reasons could react violently.] [Reputation management counselor Mike PAUL- states Zimmerman going back to pursuing a career in law enforcement is the worst thing he could do.] [Casey Anthony defense attorney Cheney MASON- notes he still gets threats after Anthony was found not guilty of murdering her daughter.] [MAN - says he has to be careful about who he associates with even if they’re offering financial support.] [MAN – says he’s going to be looking around his shoulder for the rest of his life.]
(Sanford, Florida: Don Lemon) Live discussion held with criminal defense attorney Holly Hughes, former prosecutor Faith Jenkins, former Los Angeles County prosecutor Loni Coombs, and attorney Brian Kabateck about Zimmerman’s future. [From Atlanta, HUGHES – says concerns about his safety are legitimate; notes Martin’s parents have conducted themselves with dignity & grace.] [From New York, JENKINS – notes the irony in Zimmerman’s brother’s concern about people taking the law into their own hands.] [From Los Angeles, COOMBS – predicts Zimmerman will have to live a sequestered life; notes the role of social media.] [From Los Angeles, KABATECK – says you don’t poke the bear and you muzzle your brother.]