This program is about 1 hour long
(Chicago: Susan Roesgen) The crime scene investigation featured; scenes shown of this industrial area near train tracks; details recalled of the evidence about a blue container and what has been reported about these remains; inset photos shown.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with TruTV anchor Lisa Bloom and Roesgen about the Peterson case. [BLOOM - explains why the blue barrel is crucial evidence against husband Drew Peterson; states Drew has virtually been dancing on her grave for weeks.] [ROESGEN - explains the background of the Peterson family.] Inset video shown of suspect Drew Peterson.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) Dealing with a frozen and decomposed body and what evidence on the body will be looked for to identify the person and cause of death discussed. [On the phone, forensic pathologist Dr. Cyril WECHT- explains how the body will be handled, how the area is searched and how the pathology and forensic anthropology, odontology, entomology will be worked out; raises questions about the level of decomposition of this body.] Inset video shown from the site where the body was found.
(Rock Hill, South Carolina: Candy Crowley) The presidential election campaign in South Carolina featured; scenes shown of Senator Hillary Clinton at a black college and former Senator John Edwards in the rural areas. [CLINTON - campaigns on economics and the war in Iraq issues.] [With female voters, Senator Barack OBAMA - says women are vulnerable today.] [EDWARDS - talks about "their" politics.] [OBAMA - promises to change the world.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Hillary's use of former President Bill Clinton on the campaign trail reviewed. Keeping Them Honest segment introduced.
(Washington: Joe Johns) Bill Clinton's charges that reporters have been hyping the Clinton-Obama spat examined; details given about Bill's analysis of race and the race in South Carolina. [On Wednesday, in Charleston, CLINTON - speaks out to reporters and on the race and gender issues.] [Republican operative Rod SHEALEY- says people vote for who they like and they vote for those like them.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Rock Hill, South Carolina: Candy Crowley; Washington: Mark Halperin) The race in South Carolina, where this is the first test for the African American voter, for the vote in the South, the low white vote for Obama in the polls in the state, the role of former President Bill Clinton in spending so much time the state rather than the Super Tuesday states discussed.
(Chicago: Susan Roesgen) The crime scene investigation featured; scenes shown of this industrial area near train tracks; details given of late news that it is the body of a woman, not a child, the accessibility of the area from the main roads.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Peterson case briefly reviewed.
(Miami: Gary Tuchman) Former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani, going for broke in Florida, featured; scenes shown of Giuliani in Cuban-American "Little Havana" in Miami and from a retirement community. [GIULIANI - addresses the Cubans in Florida.] ["Miami Herald" Oscar CORRAL- cites Giuliani's strategy.] [Former New Yorker Phyllis RICHLAND, Century Village Republican Club Ray AGOSTINI- back Rudy.] [Mike HUCKABEE - speaks against Fidel Castro.] [In response to reporter's question, GIULIANI - says it is a wide-open race.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Republican strategists Terry Holt and author Leslie Sanchez about Giuliani's campaign. [HOLT - says it will be a sharp blow if former Giuliani does not win in Florida because momentum has shifted; comments on how Senator John McCain fares against Mitt Romney here.] [SANCHEZ - comments on the "New York Times"' criticism of Giuliani; assesses the rate across the state where the economy is very important.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The "whisper" in last night's debate just before Romney answered a question about taxes from the moderator noted. [ROMNEY - says he will not race taxes.]
(Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin: Gary Tuchman) The murder trial in Wisconsin for the husband of victim Julie Jensen, who was found dead at her home in late 1998, featured; scenes shown from Pleasant Prairie; details given about her death and the letter she left behind suggesting her suspicions about her husband, Mark's behavior.
(Elcord, Wisconsin: Gary Tuchman) The murder trial in Wisconsin for the husband of victim Julie Jensen, who was found dead at her home in late 1998, featured; scenes shown from Pleasant Prairie; details given about her death and the letter she left behind suggesting her suspicions about her husband, Mark's behavior. [Julie's brother Paul GRIFFIN- comments on Julie's case.] [In court, defense attorney Craig ALBEE- says Mark can be cleared because Julie poisoned herself.] [Reading her letter, prosector Robert JAMBOIS- says her husband would be the first suspect if....] [Neighbor Marion PACETTI - says Julie would not have killed herself.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The private funeral for actor Heath Ledger; the dropping of charges against convicted murderer Tim Masters; Stock Market Report; nausea complaints from some viewers of the monster movie "Cloverfield" due to jerky camera work reported.