This program is 28 minutes long
(Sanford, Florida: Mark Strassmann) The closing arguments in the Zimmerman trial reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom. [Defense attorney Mark O'MARA – argues it was self-defense.] [Prosecutor John GUY- calls Zimmerman a liar.]
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Report introduced.
(Sanford, Florida: Michelle Miller) The division in Sanford, Florida over whether Zimmerman is guilty featured. [Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church pastor Valarie HOUSTON- says it’s in the hands of the jury.] [Seminole County Sheriff Donald ESLINGER- warns against using the verdict as an excuse to violate the law.] [Sanford police Chief Cecil SMITH- comments on plans for a show of force by police when the verdict is coming down.]
(Washington: Bob Orr) NSA leaker Edward Snowden’s emergence from his hiding place inside a Moscow airport to meet with human rights advocates featured; scenes shown of Snowden with his WikiLeaks advisor; his statement asking Russia for help in seeking asylum quoted; details given about Russian President Vladimir Putin’s demand for Snowden to stop leaking classified information. [Human Rights Watch Tanya LOKSHINA- says he eventually wants to move to Latin America.] [Russia Parliament member Vyacheslav NIKONOV- reiterates Putin’s requirement.] The White House position on Snowden noted.
(Cairo: Holly Williams) Criticism of the US from both pro- and anti-Morsi protestors featured; scenes shown from the streets. [Morsi supporter Alaa REQABY, liberal politician Ahmed SAEED- express views on how America should have intervened.] The difficult situation for the US discussed.
(New York: Jim Axelrod) The speech at the U.N. by Malala Yousafzai, the Pakistani teenager shot by the Taliban for speaking up for the right of girls to go to school, reviewed. [YOUSAFZAI - says the terrorists thought they would change her aims and stop her ambitions…; says we realized the importance of pens and books when we saw the guns.]
(Austin: Manuel Bojorquez) The looming vote in the Texas state senate on a strict abortion law featured; scenes shown of protestors; details given about the provision of the bill; map shown of states with abortion restrictions. [State representative Jodie LAUBENBERG- says she is only stopping abortion with the 5-month ban.] [State representative Sarah DAVIS- says it’s about politics and not policy.]
(Asbury Park, New Jersey: Steve Hartman) The Second Life Bikes charity started by former Wall Streeter Kerri Martin that provides free, used bikes to kids who work 15 hours at the shop in Asbury Park, New Jersey featured. [11-year-old America RICE- says if you want something you have to earn it.] [MARTIN – says kids sold other kids.] [Volunteer “SYLVESTER” –describes the feeling of earning his bike.]