This program is about 1 hour long
(Union, Missouri: Jeff Goldblatt) The investigation of the baby’s disappearance featured; details given on the newly found evidence and the abductor’s attack on the baby’s mother, Stephanie Ochsenbine; picture of the scarf found near the house and the police sketch shown. [Grandmother Raylene OCHSENBINE- comments.] The potential connection between Shawn Hornbeck’s abduction and the Woods kidnapping noted.
(New York: Wendell Goler) President Bush’s visit to New York to address the U.N. about Iran’s nuclear program examined; scenes shown of Bush with the prime minister of Malaysia and of Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad with Venezuela President Hugo Chavez. [White House spokesman Tony SNOW- says Iran can have nuclear power without nuclear bombs.]
(New York City: Molly Line) The continued sectarian violence in Iraq featured; details given on the bombings in Bakubah and Baghdad, the increased security measures during Ramadan, and the death of Canadian soldiers from a suicide bombing in Afghanistan; scenes shown of damaged vehicles and firefighters hosing down a burning car.
(Bahamas: Jamie Colby) The results of the autopsy performed by pathologist Cyril Wecht on Daniel Smith, who died mysteriously in his mother Anna Nicole Smith’s hospital room in the Bahamas, reviewed; details given on the anti-depressants found in Smith’s body. [On the phone, WECHT – says he is not ruling anything out pending the toxicology results.]
(New York: Erik Liljegren) The shooting of five basketball players at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, examined; details given on and inset pictures shown of the injured athletes. [Athletic director Greg AMODIO- describes what happened.]
(New York: Rick Leventhal) The auctioning of limited edition baseballs signed by Pete Rose, which include his apology for gambling, featured; pictures of the baseballs shown. [ROSE – explains why he signed the balls.]
(New York: David Lee Miller) The Associated Press’s demands for the release of Iraqi photographer Bilal Hussein, who was arrested by the US military in April, reviewed; photos of and by Hussein shown; Pentagon spokesman Bryan Whitman quoted on screen. [AP president Tom CURLEY- suggests the arrest may be related to censorship.]
(Washington: Jim Angle) President Bush's administration’s new proposal to the Senate for revised rules for the interrogation of terrorist prisoners examined; details given on the debate over whether to clarify the Geneva Conventions. [Senator Susan COLLINS- says she believes a compromise can be reached.] [Senators Saxby CHAMBLISS, Lindsey GRAHAM- give their opinions.]
(Mill Valley, California: Claudia Cowan) The debate over a California school’s wish to expand its playground onto a protected wetland examined; scenes shown of kids on the playground and the nearby wetlands. [Principal Leslie THORNTON, Marin Audobon’s Barbara SALZMAN, PTA wetlands restoration committee Tammy EDMONSON- comment.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Live phone interview with cameraman Attila Csoboth about the protests.