This program is about 1 hour long
(Las Vegas: Ted Rowlands) The preliminary hearings into a business deal to get O.J.'s memorabilia back that "went South" reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom while witness testimony from Thomas Riccio and Charles Cashmore is outlined.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Court TV's Jami Floyd and Rowlands about the case. [FLOYD - outlines the key element of guns in the case; calls it outrageous that all these guys fan out on TV at the time of the hearing; questions the prosecution's case in light of testimony from these witnesses who where in on what happened.] [ROWLANDS - talks about Cashmore's "attitude."] Other material: [Sports memorabilia dealer RICCIO - testifies about whether O.J. saw the guns.]
(Washington: Candy Crowley) The House and Senate floor agenda last Monday reviewed; scenes shown from the sessions while poll findings are outlined on screen. [In Chicago, voter Richard GANTT- says nothing changes and members of Congress live a fantasy life.] [Elk Grove Village, Illinois, Mayor Craig JOHNSON- calls Congress inept.]
(Washington: Candy Crowley) Why the government seems to be broken examined; examples of what Congress has done so far this year cited. [Elk Grove Village, Illinois, Mayor Craig JOHNSON- reads the Senate resolution honoring football player Brett Favre; criticizes Congress.] [Representative Steny HOYER - speaks about the first 100 hours.] [George Washington University Sarah BINDER- outlines what is not being done by the Democratic Congress.] [Illinois voter Richard GANTT- comments on his Congressman.]