This program is about 1 hour long
(New York: Jim Acosta) The pending release from prison of Anthony Capozzi, who was convicted of 2 rapes in Buffalo, New York, in 1985, after DNA testing proved his innocence featured; details given about a recently-discovered DNA sample linking “Bike Path Rapist” Altemio Sanchez to the crimes. [Buffalo district attorney Frank CLARK- says the victims believed they were identifying the right person.] [Capozzi’s attorney Thomas D’AGOSTINO, sister Sharyn MILLER- comment on Capozzi’s refusal to admit guilt.] [Father Albert CAPOZZI- comments on the shame for the family.] [Mother Mary CAPOZZI- reacts.]
(Des Plaines, Illinois: Randi Kaye) The use of shock therapy in handling the severely autistic examined; scenes shown of 48-year-old Bradley Bernstein; details given about the Illinois law making electric shock illegal. [Bradley's parents Fran and Bob BERNSTEIN- talk about their autistic, retarded son; say he needs to be shocked to stop him from hurting himself.] [Trinity Services executive director Art DYKSTRA- opposes the use of cattle prods.]
(Washington: Candy Crowley) The tense standoff over the hostages reviewed; Iranian videos shown. [BLAIR – reacts.]
(Studio: Rick Sanchez) Live discussion held with “Iran’s Nuclear Program” author Kaveh Afrasiabi† and Washington Institute for Near East Policy Patrick Clawson† about the crisis. [AFRASIABI, CLAWSON – comment on diplomatic efforts, Iran’s possible motive and the dispute over the waterway.]
(Studio: Jacqui Jeras) The weather forecast featured; scenes shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with Catholic League President William Donohue and artist Cosimo Cavallaro about the statue. [DONOHUE, CAVALLARO – argue about art, the “establishment,” and religion.]