This program is about 1 hour long
(Tampa: Craig Patrick) The investigation into the “sinister” closed-circuit jailhouse video message sent to terror suspect Youssef Megahed by his brother Yehia Megahed reviewed; details given on the charges against Youssef for transporting explosives and the prosecutors’ attempts to keep Megahed from being released on bail; excerpts from the video shown. [Megahed’s attorney Adam ALLEN, Y.MEGAHED- comment.]
(Studio: Laura Ingle) The day’s developments in the case reviewed; details given about Ali’s motive for the plan and how police found him; photos shown of the murdered security guards, retired police officers Joseph Alullo and William Widmaier. [FBI agent Jody WEIS- thanks law enforcement and the community for their cooperation.] The Loomis company’s bullet-proof vest policy discussed.
(New York: Rob Malcolm) “Online” Dr. Jay Parkinson profiled; details given about Parkinson’s use of new technology to make appointments for house calls and access to patients’ medical records; scenes shown from city streets and Parkinson’s website. [PARKINSON- describes his business.] [Three of Parkinson’s NEIGHBORS – comment on whether they would use the physician’s service.]
(Los Angeles: Casey Stegall) The debate over the use if IQ tests in California to gauge whether inmates are mentally retarded in order to determine whether they are eligible for the death penalty reviewed; details given about the Supreme Court ruling about which score should be the gauge and the case of Jorge Vidal. [USC law professor Michael BRENNAN, judicial analyst judge Andrew NAPOLITANO- comment.]
(Birmingham, Alabama: Lauren Green) The Fixed Point Foundation debate between atheist author Richard Dawkins and Christian scholar John Lennox in Birmingham, Alabama, reviewed; scenes shown from UAB; details given about Dawkins’ book “The God Delusion.” [In debate, DAWKINS and LENNOX – state their views about science and the existence of God.]
(Fox Weather Center: Rick Reichmuth) National forecast given; weather maps and data shown on screen.
(Washington: Brian Wilson) A tour of the new Madame Tussauds wax museum in Washington, DC, presented; scenes shown from the tourist attraction. [Director of communications Stacy SHUSTER- talks about making the lifelike statues.]