This program is about 1 hour long
(Boulder: Carol McKinley) The continuing investigations in Boulder, Colorado, of the murder case reviewed; details given on Karr’s extradition hearing, criticism of Boulder district attorney Mary Lacy for the arrest, and other suspects. [Former Boulder chief deputy district attorney Trip DEMUTH- defends Lacy’s decision.]
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The airplane passengers’ reactions to sharing the return flight with Karr and Karr’s relationship with his young former wives reported; inset pictures of JonBenet, Karr’s second wife on the “New York Post” front page, and scenes of Karr at an airport shown. [At the airport, two PASSENGERS – comment.]
(Jerusalem: Amy Kellogg) The diplomatic debate over the U.N. peacekeeping forces, Israeli forces’ arrest of two top Hamas officials in Gaza, demonstrations by unemployed citizens in Gaza City, and Israel’s investigations into how the war with Hizballah was conducted reported; scenes shown of the protests.
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The kidnapping in Gaza of Fox News correspondent Steve Centanni and cameraman Olaf Wiig updated; details given on the meeting between New Zealand ambassador Pete Ridder†† and Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh††; inset pictures of the journalists and scenes of the meeting shown. Israel’s arrest of Palestinian Parliament Secretary-General Mahmud al-Ramhi†† noted.
(Washington: Julie Kirtz) Representative Peter King’s call for additional airport security measures to profile potential terrorists reported; US air travel statistics cited. [KING- says screening should account for ethnicity and religion.] [Former Israeli airport security head Rafi RON- comments.]
(New York City: Todd Connor) The city of Philadelphia’s request for the Boy Scouts of America to begin paying fair market value on their city building headquarters in Pennsylvania, and the Boy Scout leaders’ response examined; the letter from the city quoted; details given on the sexual orientation discrimination issue. [Philly Boy Scouts council Sandy GIRIFALCO- says the organization does not discriminate.] [Troop 133 Scoutmaster J.R. BROCKMAN- says the outcome will affect the kids.]
(Studio: Jamie Colby) The court’s blocking of the Fugitive Safe Surrender program, in which fugitives turn themselves in at local churches, in Camden, New Jersey, reported; details given of Chief Justice Deborah Poritz’s concerns for the separation of church and state and courtroom sanctity. [District of New Jersey US Marshal James PLOUSIS, constitutional attorney Michael GROSS, House of God Keith Dominion Elder Dr. Cynthia BROWN- give their opinions.]
(Pentagon: Molly Henneberg) The Iranian Foreign Ministry’s announcement that its uranium enrichment program will continue and the day’s missile test launches featured; details given on the missiles and Iran’s defiance of the U.N. Security Council’s resolution; White House spokeswoman Emily Lawrimore quoted on screen. [On “Meet the Press,” Senator John McCAIN- says he supports sanctions against Iran.] The upcoming formal response to a US-supported proposal, which would provide economic incentives for Iran to suspend its nuclear program, noted.
(Beirut: Dana Lewis) Lebanese Defense Minister Elias al-Murr’s warning against breaking the cease-fire with Israel reviewed; details given on the Lebanese government’s struggle with Hizballah for authority and the attempts to disarm Hizballah. [MURR- says the Lebanese army will stop and judge anybody who fires rockets from within Lebanon.]
(Studio: Trace Gallagher) The French peacekeeping troops’ departure from Toulon to southern Lebanon, a fake trial for Israeli defense minister Amir Peretz at a school in Rafah, Gaza Strip, and vineyard harvests in Upper Galilee, Israel, noted; scenes shown of soldiers boarding a ship, damage and graffiti in Maroun al-Ras, Lebanon, the mock trial, and Israeli wineries.
(Los Angeles: Adam Housley) North Korea’s assertion that it has nuclear weapons and the indications that the country may be preparing for another missile launch and underground nuclear tests reviewed; scenes shown of North Korean missiles. [Former Assistant Defense Secretary Ashton CARTER, former ambassador to South Korea James LILLEY- comment on the threat.]
(Dallas: Kim McIntyre) The incentives offered to hybrid car owners in Texas examined; details given on the program’s criticism for benefiting people with higher income; map of green states and scenes of parked hybrids shown. [San Antonio city councilman Roland GUTIERREZ, hybrid driver Jeff MULLINER, SUVOA’s Ron DEFORE, SUV owner Tracy KOPECKI- comment.]