This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Shepard Smith; Bolingbrook, Illinois: Jeff Goldblatt) The evidence that investigators hope to find in a new autopsy on Savio’s body, the subpoena for D.Peterson’s brother to appear before a grand jury and the others who will testify discussed.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The growing gap between the number of transplants performed and the number of patients on the waiting list cited; diagram shown; the argument over whether the sale of kidneys should be allowed noted.
(Lahore, Pakistan: Greg Palkot) The power struggle between Musharraf and former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto reviewed; scenes shown of protesters; Bhutto’s main points given in a telephone interview outlined on screen. [In interview, MUSHARRAF – comments on Bhutto’s attempts to gain public support.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Bhutto’s claim that Musharraf is an obstacle to democracy cited.
(Las Vegas: Trace Gallagher) The day’s testimony from Walter Alexander and Michael McClinton about the use of guns during the “sting” operation reviewed; scenes shown from the Las Vegas courtroom. [ALEXANDER– testifies.] [Legal analyst Jim HAMMER- talks about the importance for the prosecutors to link Simpson to the guns.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) TMZ.com video shown of Simpson with Nicole Brown Simpson weeks before Nicole and Ron Goldman were murdered.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) The high-profile exhumations of the bodies of outlaw Jesse James, football legend George Gipp and President Abraham Lincoln noted.
(New York: Julie Banderas) The lawsuit filed against architect Frank Gehry by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology due to problems with the design and construction of the Stata Center featured; photos of his work and scenes of the MIT building shown; statement from Gehry in a “New York Times” interview quoted on screen. [Northeastern University George THRUSH- suggests that if you want a normative building you would not hire Gehry.] [Architecture writer John SILBER- comments.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith; U.N. Headquarters: Eric Shawn) The relationship between the city and the U.N., the violations found in a fire department inspection and the renovation plan discussed; scenes shown from inside the building.
(Cumming, Georgia: Marianne Silber) Georgia Governor Sonny Perdue’s prayer service asking for an end to the drought in the Southeast featured; scenes from different prayer services and map shown; details given on the low water levels at Lake Lanier. [PERDUE – prays for rain.] [Praying for rain Steve SCARROW– comments.] [Georgia farmer Trey HART- displays a handful of dry dirt.]