This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Kyra Phillips) A six-month CNN investigation into sexual predators at America's theme parks featured; photos shown of Walt Disney World employees arrested for sex crimes; details given about specific predators and the crimes they were arrested for. [Former Disney worker Robert KINGSOLVER- talks about working with the children.] Evidence in some cases with audio quoted. Former Disney worker/pastor Cedric Cuthbert, who used child pornography and solicited for sex, noted. [Polk County Sheriff Grady JUDD- talks about the suspected predators.] The case of Disney performer Patrick Holgerson, who was caught in a sting operation, outlined. A statement from Disney quoted. [National Center for Missing and Exploited Children co-founder Ernie ALLEN - says many who prey on children don't get caught.] The case of Matthew "Cody" Myers of Universal Studios, who was arrested in a sex sting, reviewed; audio played and Universal and SeaWorld quoted. [Representative Dennis ROSS- says we need the tools to prevent predators from being hired.] The sex predator stories discussed
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Israel: Wolf Blitzer; Gaza City: Ben Wedeman) The details of the cease-fire proposal that seems to be supported by Israel but not Hamas though Gaza residents are for it, an Hamas drone that was shot down, the shaky position of Hamas due to the destruction in Gaza from air strikes discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; San Pedro Sula, Honduras: Rosa Flores) What happens to the deportees who are returned to the same poverty and violence in Honduras discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) What the federal government is doing with undocumented minors who immigrated to the US noted. [Nebraska Governor Dave HEINEMAN- says we have not been notified by the 200 immigrants sent to the US; states this is not about politics: we need action.]
(Mexico: Gary Tuchman) The dangerous freight train that takes undocumented migrants from Central America through Mexico en route to the US border featured; scenes shown of the illegal immigration business of smuggling people through Mexico. How long is the journey to the US border discussed.
(Studio: Pamela Brown) A deadly militants raid on a brothel in Baghdad, Iraq; the return of Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl to active duty six weeks after his captivity with the Taliban ended; the towing of the Italian cruise ship the Costa Concordia and a smell test to detect Alzheimer's disease reported.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The public statement from Cassidy Stay, the sole survivor of the murder of her Texas family by Ron Haskell, who was seeking his ex-wife, featured; Stay family photos shown. [Grandfather Robert LYONS- praises Cassidy.] Haskell's likely mental illness noted. [STAY - talks about he family.]