This program is about 1 hour long
(Ft. Collins, Colorado: Drew Griffin) The startling revelations from police investigator Linda Wheeler-Holloway† about Masters’ conviction featured; details given about the February 11, 1987, discovery of Hettrick’s body in a field in Ft. Collins, Colorado, and how Masters became suspect number one and was finally tried and convicted in 1999 despite no new evidence; scenes shown of Masters being interrogated back then by the police. [WHEELER-HOLLOWAY - recounts how Masters was blamed in the murder case; says there was no physical evidence against Masters.] [Attorney Erik FISCHER†- comments on the conviction.]
(Ft. Collins, Colorado: Drew Griffin) The startling revelations from police investigator Linda Wheeler-Holloway about the conviction of Tim Masters, who has been locked up for eight years, featured; Masters' drawings that may have linked him to the murder of Peggy Hettrick in 1987 shown. [WHEELER-HOLLOWAY - says there was no new evidence in 1999.] [Attorney Erik FISCHER- comments.] [Special prosecutor Don QUICK- comments on the significance of the original evidence; says new DNA evidence requires a vacation of the original conviction and sentence.]
(No location given: Paula Woodward) Earlier interview held with Masters about his case. [From prison, MASTERS – talks about what he will do if he gets out; says he hopes for the best but expects the worst; talks about how the world has changed in the last 10 years; reacts to his lost time.] [Masters’ attorney Maria LIU- says he was framed.]
(Atlanta: Rick Sanchez) The new start for Genarlow Wilson, who was sent to prison as a teen for consensual sex with another teen in Georgia, featured; scenes shown of Wilson as a Morehouse College freshman; details of the case reviewed. [Earlier, Georgia state senator Eric JOHNSON- calls the incident a rape.] [WILSON – speaks of learning from experience and moving forward.] [Morehouse dean Alvin DARDEN- says he expects Wilson to be a Morehouse graduate.]
(Harlem, New York: Jim Acosta) The battle between Clinton and Obama for votes in New York City’s Harlem neighborhood featured. [CLINTON, OBAMA – campaign.] [New York state senator Bill PERKINS- supports Obama.] [Representative Charles RANGEL- supports Clinton.]
(Charleston, South Carolina: Suzanne Malveaux) The quandary for African American voters in South Carolina over whether to support Senator Hillary Clinton or Senator Barack Obama in the presidential election examined; details given about the generational divide. [Obama supporters Joseph DAVIS, Charlotte DUNN, WOMAN, Clinton supporters Sheryl MACK, Dr. Katie CATALON- express views.] [Awendaw, South Carolina, council member Samuel ROBINSON- notes older people remember the Clintons’ involvement in the civil rights movement.]
(Studio: Tony Harris) Live discussion held with Hip Hop Summit president Dr. Ben Chavis and political analyst/author Keli Goff about the generational divide among black voters over Clinton and Obama. [CHAVIS, GOFF – offer views on race and gender.]
(Sundance, Utah: Brooke Anderson) The film “Bigger, Stronger, Faster” about the use of steroids by filmmaker Christopher Bell and his brothers that is showing at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah reviewed; excerpts shown. [Christopher BELL – talks about his family’s steroid use; explains his goal for the film.] [Steroid users Mark BELL, Gregg VALENTINO– comment.]
(Studio: Jacqui Jeras) The cold weather forecast featured; live scenes shown from Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin; maps shown.
(No location given: Wolf Blitzer) Lewine’s extraordinary career reviewed; footage and photos shown; details given of her years at CNN.