This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Shepard Smith; Bolingbrook, Illinois: Steve Brown) Awaiting the official autopsy results on Savio’s exhumed body, Peterson’s first wife Carol Brown’s remarks about her relationship with Peterson and his driveway news conference discussed.
(Boston: Molly Line) The Boston city police violence intervention and prevention program aimed at reducing violent crime by requesting parents to allow warrantless searches of kids’ rooms to search for guns and murder weapons examined; scenes shown. [Mother Dawna JONES, public health commission Barbara FERRER, police commissioner Edward DAVIS- comment.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) Stacy’s friend Steve Cesare’s claim that there were warning signs about her relationship with Peterson noted. [On “Geraldo at Large,” CESARE- reads an e-mail that Stacy sent to him; addresses Peterson.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith; Knoxville, Iowa: Carl Cameron) Reaction and the criminal investigation into the push-poll critical of Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith and the push-poll’s impact on Romney’s campaign discussed; polls cited.
(Studio: Shepard Smith) CBS News writers’ approval for the Writers Guild of America to call a strike reported.
(New York: Todd Connor) Parents’ concerns over Chinese-made toys this holiday shopping season following the recent bout of recalls over lead paint, magnets and dangerous chemicals featured; statistics cited; Mattel Internet video shown; details given on the dangerous chemicals in Aqua-Dots. [Consumer Product Safety Commission’s Julie VALLESE- says we cannot promise there will be no future recalls; comments on the scrutiny and inspection of current products.] [Quantex laboratories Dr. James MENOUTIS- talks about testing the toys.]
(Studio: Shepard Smith) California’s attorney general’s lawsuit against toy makers and retailers over lead-tainted toys noted.