This program is about 1 hour long
(Bangkok: David Piper) The day’s developments in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case with the arrest in Bangkok, Thailand, of school teacher John Karr reviewed; details given on the contents of Karr’s emails, the US delegation’s visit with Karr, Karr’s confessions and DNA tests; scenes shown of Karr in custody.
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The search for letters from Karr in the cell of death row inmate Richard Davis, who was convicted of the 1993 murder of Polly Klaas, noted; scenes shown of Polly playing.
(Beirut, Lebanon: Dana Lewis) Lebanon’s deployment of troops to the south, mass funerals for Lebanese civilians killed by Israeli air strikes, and the holding cease-fire reported; casualties statistics cited; scenes shown of the funerals, celebrations, and damage from bombings. [U.N. humanitarian coordinator David SHEARER- comments on the number of displaced families and damaged buildings.]
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) Hizballah’s cash compensation given to Lebanese civilians whose homes were damaged, President Bush’s claim that the world will see Hizballah as the “loser,” the Palestinian militant killed by Israeli troops near the Gaza border, Monday’s kidnapping of Fox News correspondent Steve Centanni and cameraman Olaf Wiig, noted; scenes of Palestinians removing the dead body and pictures of the journalists shown. [At Camp David, BUSH – comments on Hizballah’s victory claims; says Hizballah is a force of instability.] [Wiig’s wife Anita McNAUGHT- comments on the kidnapping.]
(White House: Bret Baier) The Republican and Democratic parties’ and President Bush’s response to the ruling against the terrorist surveillance program reviewed; the ruling quoted on screen. [At Camp David, BUSH – criticizes those who support the ruling; strongly disagrees with the decision; believes the appeals will be upheld.]
(Pentagon: Molly Henneberg) The suspicious activity in an underground test site in North Korea and the possible pending nuclear missile test examined; details given on North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Il’s claims that the government has nuclear weapons, and other recent missile tests. [At Camp David, President BUSH- expects America’s friends to help remove the threat.] [Military analyst Lt. Gen. Tom McINERNEY- comments on the threat to the US.]
(No location given: Orlando Salinas) The lawsuit in Key West, Florida, between the Hemingway Home and Museum and the USDA over Ernest Hemingway’s cats examined; details given on the USDA’s claims about the “circus act;” scenes shown of the polydactyl cats. [Hemingway Home and Museum’s Mike MORAWSKI, Key West Mayor Morgan McPHERSON- comment.]
(Boulder: Carol McKinley) The latest developments in the JonBenet Ramsey murder case with the arrest in Thailand of suspect John Karr examined; Karr’s email quoted on screen; scenes shown of Karr in custody, JonBenet singing; details given on an upcoming court appearance.
(U.N.: David Lee Miller) The U.N.’s work to build the UNIFIL peacekeeping force in southern Lebanon examined; details given on the various nations’ troop commitments. [U.N. Deputy Secretary-General Mark Malloch BROWN- appeals for more European troops.]
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The help from relief agencies to refugees in Lebanon and Israel’s claims that Hizballah’s missiles came from Russia noted.
(Fox Weather Center: Janice Dean) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Sanborn, Minnesota: Steve Brown) The debate over whether or not the substitution of security cameras for police officers is an invasion of privacy in Sanborn, Minnesota, examined. [Mayor Charles HOSACK, Redwood County Sheriff Rick MORRIS, citizens Martin ZIEGLER, Cary FREDERICKSON- comment.]