This program is 29 minutes long
(Cleveland: Dean Reynolds) The escape of Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus & Michelle Knight, who had been held captive for 10 years in a house in Cleveland, reviewed; scenes shown of the house; Berry’s 911 call played; details given about how the women disappeared; map shown of the area; photos shown of kidnapper Ariel Castro, his brothers Onil & Pedro, Berry with her sister at the hospital. [Neighbor Charles RAMSEY- describes how he helped Berry get out.] [DeJesus’ aunt Sandra RUIZ, cousin Robert OSORIO- comment.] [Neighbor Israel LUGO- says you don’t know your neighbor.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley; Washington: Bob Orr) The FBI investigation, the possibility of other victims, including the search for Ashley Summers, and the frequency with which kidnap victims are recovered discussed.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) The kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart 11 years ago recalled. [From Park City, Utah, SMART – reacts to the escape of the women; says she was constantly threatened.] The prison sentences for Smart’s captors, Brian Mitchell & Wanda Barzee, noted.
(Denver: Rick Sallinger) Plans for Aurora, Colorado movie theater gunman James Holmes to use an insanity defense featured.
(Pentagon: David Martin) The arrest of Air Force officer Lt. Col. Jeff Krusinski for groping a woman reviewed; Krusinski’s photo shown; statistics cited. [Congresswoman Jackie SPEIER- says this is an indictment of everything we have done on this issue.] [Defense Secretary Chuck HAGEL – says we are outraged and disgusted.]
(Studio: Anthony Mason) The surge in the stock market examined; statistics cited.
(Amman: Clarissa Ward) The tension in Jordan from the flood of refugees fleeing the civil war in Syria featured; scenes shown from a refugee camp that is the fastest growing city in Jordan; details given about the strain on Jordan’s electricity & water supplies and the dissatisfaction of the refugees over their living conditions. [Jordanian lawmaker Mustafa HAMARNEH- says Jordanians are starting to resent Syrian refugees.] The training of Jordanian troops by US military personnel for scenarios involving the fall of the Assad regime discussed.
(Douglasville, Georgia: Mark Strassmann) Brian Preston’s decision to start the Lamon Luther Furniture Company to make furniture from reclaimed wood after he lost his remodeling business in the housing market crash featured; details given about how he found craftsmen living in the woods; scenes shown of the woods. [PRESTON – notes there was a whole community of homeless guys living together that had been in the housing market and he was close to being there with them.] [Carpenter T.C. CURTIS – says you can build hope.]