This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer; Jerusalem: Ben Wedeman) A new round of Israeli air strikes as part of Operation Protective Edge, the closing of schools in parts of Israel, the readying of defense systems, the house arrest of Palestinian American boy Tariq Abu Khdair, the autopsy on the slain Palestinian boy, who was beaten and burned alive, discussed.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) The beating of Tariq examined; photos of Tariq shown. [With CNN's Jake Tapper, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's spokesman Mark REGEV- says we are investigating the beating.] [In live interview, aunt Suhad ABU KHDAIR- expresses concern about Tariq's condition after the beating.] [Abu Khdair family Hassan SHIBLY- opposes terrorism against children.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer, Fareed Zakaria) How the response from the US is changed because Tariq is an American citizen, the seriousness of the escalation of this Israel-Palestinian flareup with no intermediary discussed.
(Marietta, Georgia: Martin Savidge) The police portrayal of Justin Harris and his story of accidental death examined; scenes shown from the courtroom. [Cobb County police Det. Phil STODDARD- testifies about the actions of Harris sexting, that the Harrises had debt problems, about the child's condition.] [Defense attorney Maddox KILGORE- calls it a tragedy.] The police investigation into the Harris family discussed.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with CNN's Sunny Hostin, criminal defense attorney Mark Geragos and legal analyst Paul Callan about the Harris case. [CALLAN, HOSTIN - offer views on the prosecution's investigation into the wife's odd behavior and a motive.] [GERAGOS - speculates on the sexting evidence in a murder case.]
(New York: Jason Carroll) The focus on Leanna Harris in the death of her son, Cooper, in a hot Georgia car while in the care of his father, Justin Harris, examined; family photos shown. [Cobb County police Det. Phil STODDARD- testifies about her behavior.] [CNN's legal analyst Jeffrey TOOBIN - comments on analyzing behavior.]
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live interview held with Lyn Balfour, whose own baby died in a hot car, about the Harris case. [BALFOUR - recounts how she was treated in her case after her son's death; comments on computer researches by the Harrises: reserve judgment.]
(New York: Susan Candiotti) New intelligence warnings that terrorists are building bombs that can fool airport security leading to new rules for electronic devices carried by passengers on international flights to the US examined. [Former TSA official Chad WOLF- talks about security measures.] Photo of bomb mastermind Ibrahim al-Asiri, who is responsible for past bombs, shown.
(Studio: Wolf Blitzer) Live discussion held with former CIA/FBI Philip Mudd about airport security measures. [MUDD - explains the seriousness of the concern about bombs, how a bomb could be created out of multiple cell phones.]
(South Africa: Robyn Curnow) The ongoing trial of South African athlete Oscar Pistorius for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp featured; video/animation of Oscar running of his stumps reenacting the fatal night shown. Other surveillance video of Reeva and Oscar shown. The statement from Oscar's defense camp that the video was illegally obtained and put in the public sphere discussed.
(Studio: Susan Hendricks) The escape of 63 kidnapped schoolgirls from the Boko Haram kidnappers; Pope Francis's meeting with victims of priest sex abuse; a near-collision of two planes at the Barcelona airport reported.