This program is about 1 hour long
(Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania: David Mattingtly) The plot by a 14-year-old student to kill at his high school featured; details given about the weapons, including beebee guns, an automatic weapon and homemade hand grenades, about the teen and his Website.
(Studio: AndersonCooper) The arsenal of weapons re-shown. [In earlier interview, Montgomery County prosecutor Bruce CASTOR- says the suspect seems mentally disturbed; comments on the weapons and the teenager, who perceived he had been bullied; states the mother is being investigated for giving him an assault rifle.]
(Cleveland, Ohio: Joe Johns) The troubled teen's history of violence reviewed; school surveillance video shown; details given about the domestic violence charge, from records about his and the brother's behavior. [Science TEACHER, OFFICIAL - comment on Asa's behavior.] [Police Chief Michael McGRATH†- recounts what information is available about Asa.] [School safety consultant Kenneth TRUMP†- offers perspective on the system.] The question of how much we really know about what happened here discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with forensic psychiatrist Dr. Steve Pitt about the missed warning signs. [From Phoenix, PITT - outlines the red flags to be looked for, but there is an art to assessing the red-flagged information.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper, Alina Cho) The audiotapes from husband Noah Gotbaum to airport emergency services about how his wife needed to be treated featured; audio excerpts of the exchange between Gotbaum and communications cautioning about how Carol needed to be handled and later excerpts between communications and Sgt. Steinmetz about the case played. The latest information to be covered tomorrow discussed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) A coalition attack on senior leaders in Iraq; the lawsuit filed against Blackwater USA security in response to last month's shooting incident in Iraq in which 17 civilians were killed; an emergency recall of cough and cold medicines for infants; the custody fight over Britney Spears' children reported. Video shown of kids in Des Moines, Iowa, throwing stuff off a bridge onto the highway during rush hour discussed.
(Philadelphia: David Mattingly) Murder on the streets of Philadelphia featured; scenes shown from the city of "Killadelphia," including the site where a boy on his bike was shot and killed. [Murdered boy's parent Shauta McDUFFIE- says it's out of control.] [Urban violence expert Mark Lamont HILL, community activist Gail INDERWIES- offer views on the situation.] A September anti-violence protest urging action shown. What is different about deadly violence here among young men discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The raw data on murder in big cities outlined on screen.
(Philadelphia: Randi Kaye) The legal situation in Pennsylvania that allows guns to flood the streets of Philadelphia examined; details given about permits to carry weapons and about the easing of rules on guns; scenes shown of recovered guns. [Community volunteer Ray JONES - says it is about survival; states the city should be able to determine its own destiny about guns.] [Pennsylvania state senate Vincent FUMO- defends the state gun laws; states enforcement is the problem.] [Temple University David KAIRYS- cites the lax gun laws.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The collapsing US relations with Turkey over a pending vote in Congress to call the killing of Armenians in Turkey in World War I genocide; presidential candidate Senator John McCain's plans for health care reform; Senator Hillary Clinton's anniversary of her vote for the Iraq war; the plight of New York City councilman James Oddo, who gave an interview to a Norway comedy show that went bad, reported. [Representative Tom LANTOS - speaks about the genocide.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) A deadly attack on a US military base in Iraq; the U.N. condemnation of the violent crackdown in Burma/Myanmar; Stock Market Report; the start of the divorce battle in Britain between Paul McCartney and Heather Mills reported.