This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Veronica de la Cruz) Delling’s victims featured; photos shown of high school classmates Jacob Thompson, who survived, and David Boss, and of Brad Morse. [Thompson’s mother Sally THOMPSON – states her son doesn’t recall any interaction with Delling.] [Ada County, Idaho, Sheriff Gary RAINEY- notes Delling traveled throughout the West.] Live interview held with Jacob Thompson about being shot by Delling. [From Tucson, THOMPSON – says he is not sure who the shooter was; comments on his recovery; describes what happened when he was shot.]
(Buffalo: Claudine Ewing) The release from prison of Anthony Capozzi, who was convicted of 2 rapes in Buffalo, New York, 22 years ago, after DNA testing proved his innocence featured; scenes shown of Capozzi with his family this Easter; photo shown of “Bike Path Rapist” Altemio Sanchez, who was linked to the crimes and resembles Capozzi. [CAPOZZI – talks about being home.] [Sister Pam GUENTHER- says he deserves a life.]
(Dallas: Chris Hawes) A high-speed police chase in Texas that ended with Aimee Riza†† crashing and killing her baby featured; scenes shown from the crash site in Alvarado. [Texas state trooper Earl GILLUM†- describes what happened.]
(New York: Delia Gallagher) The commercialization of Christian icons featured; excerpts shown from “The Passion of the Christ” and “Jesus: the Docudrama.” [Motive Marketing Paul LAUER†- cites statistics on churchgoers.] [“Left Behind” series Jerry JENKINS†- says our biggest fear is that this is a short window.] [Barnard College professor Randall BALMER†- wonders if Jesus would have been comfortable with this commercialism.] [Christian Booksellers Assn. Bill ANDERSON†- says this is driven by an open marketplace.] [The Jesus Film Project Jim GREEN†- says our goal is not to make money.]
(New York: Jim Acosta) The growing controversy over radio talk show host Don Imus’s remarks about the Rutgers University women's basketball team featured; scenes shown of coach Vivian Stringer at church; details given of the uncertainty over whether politicians will continue to be on Imus’s show. [First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens Rev. Deforest SOARIES- calls for the resignation or termination of Imus.] [Civil rights leader Rev. Al SHARPTON- warns of continuing protests.] [“Chicago Tribune” Clarence PAGE- refers to Imus’s pledge 6 years ago to stop using racist humor.]
(Studio: Rob Marciano, Veronica de la Cruz) Quickvote results cited.
(Studio: Rob Marciano) Report introduced.
(Crawford, Texas: Ed Henry) The battle between President Bush and Congress over funding for the war featured; scenes shown of Bush and former President George Bush posing with a female soldier at Ft. Hood, Texas, where the Bush family attended Easter services. [BUSH – states he prayed for the troops and their families and for peace.] [In radio address yesterday, BUSH – says the emergency spending bill is not a political statement.] [Senators Carl LEVIN, Harry REID, Joe LIEBERMAN, Arlen SPECTER– offer views on the war and the troops.]
(Studio: Rob Marciano) Senator John McCain’s clarification of his recent remarks about security in Baghdad noted. [From “60 Minutes,” McCAIN – says there are signs of progress.]
(Studio: Veronica de la Cruz) Radical cleric Muqtada al-Sadr’s call for his followers to stop killing other Iraqis, the deaths of 6 more US troops in Iraq, and the deaths of 7 NATO troops in Afghanistan noted.
(Washington: Gary Nurenberg) Organizations that care for pets of servicemembers called to duty featured; details given about the Military Pets Foster Project and Operation Noble Foster. [Army reservist Aeyne Anne DIZICKSA, pet foster mom Susan HAGRELIUS- comment.] [Netpets.org Steve ALBIN- cites numbers on military pets put to sleep during the Gulf war in 1991 and his success rate for fostering.]
(Studio: Jacqui Jeras) The weather featured; maps shown; scenes shown of an “Easter Bunny” in the snow and the snow-filled Jacobs Field baseball stadium in Cleveland.
(Baltimore: Allan Chernoff) The treatment of pediatric feeding disorders featured; details given about the case of Patrick Kay, who was treated at Baltimore’s Kennedy Krieger Institute. [Father John KAY- says it was psychological and physical.] [Feeding therapist Brian DUDLEY- describes how Patrick was rewarded for eating.] [Pediatric feeding program director Dr. Charles GULOTTA- explains the goal of the program.] [Patrick KAY – lists the foods he likes.]