This program is about 1 hour long
(San Angelo, Texas: David Mattingly) The removal from a Texas FLDS sect compound started by polygamist Warren Jeffs of children who may have been abused featured; scenes shown of the children and women; details given about the initial call for help from a 16-year-old girl at the compound. [Child protective services Marleigh MEISNER- says 401 children have been taken into custody.] [Diversity Foundation Shannon PRICE- talks about the communications gap with them.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.
(Studio: Erica Hill) Earlier interview held with church volunteer Helen Pfluger about the women and children from the sect. [PFLUGER - talks about conversations with the women about "their needs"; states they are "not of our world": they eat no processed food, the children don't know about toys; comments on abuse and the law.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live interview held with former FLDS cult "Escape" author Carolyn Jessop. [JESSOP - talks about her experiences as a polygamist wife, where there was a lot of abuse, neglect and sexual abuse to siblings; states she has not been able to see her stepdaughters in Eldorado; comments on the risk to the girl who made the telephone call.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The decision by a British coroner's jury on the cause of the death of Princess Diana; a runaway school bus in Cleveland after the driver left the bus; Stock Market Report; the protests on the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco against China's treatment of Tibet reported.
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live discussion held with reporter Mike Watkiss and CNN's Jeffrey Toobin about the FLDS. [WATKISS - says there has been a crackdown in Utah and Arizona during the last five years to address the issues in Eldorado of child abuse and incest; comments on the whereabouts of the girl who made the phone call; says polygamy will go on.] [From Dallas, TOOBIN - comments on the strain on the child services system in a rural Texas town; says the legal priority is to get the kids out of harm's way; comments on the investigation of the men of the sect.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown) The expected call from multinational forces-Iraq commander Gen. David Petraeus for a halt to the removal of troops after the surge forces return home noted.
(Baghdad: Nic Robertson) The 10-day battle for Baghdad featured; scenes shown of the fighting near and in Sadr City, which has become a safe haven for militias; details given about how the US military has to convince the Iraqi force to act. [Army Lt. Col. Dan BARNETT- talks about the hunt for the gunmen.] The long nature of the battle and the issue of the readiness of the Iraqi security force that is not really a functional army discussed.
(Studio: Campbell Brown) The shake-up in the Clinton campaign with the removal of senior strategist Mark Penn because of his role in a trade deal with Colombia examined. [CLINTON - calls for new trade policies with no trade deals with Colombia.] [Democratic strategist Stephanie CUTTER†- comments on Penn and Clinton and trade; indicates it is Pennsylvania that matters.] [On "Meet the Press," Governor Ed RENDELL - comments on the free trade issue.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Live interview held with former presidential adviser David Gergen about the Democrats. [GERGEN - wonders what the Clinton campaign will do next to go after Obama now that Penn is demoted; comments on the "blunder" of Penn's meeting with Colombian official; notes Penn is taking money from many different sources and its sends a message the Clinton campaign is not running smoothly; notes the Penn-Clinton connection over the years.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) The Rice for vice president rumors examined; details given about her pluses and minuses. [McCAIN - comments on Rice.] [Americans for Tax Reform Grover NORQUIST, State Department spokesman Sean McCORMACK†- talk about Rice.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) The chaos with protests in Paris, France, during the Olympic Games torch relay; a report on medical mistakes affecting hospitalized children and the rise in airline complaints in 2007 reported.