This program is 29 minutes long
(Ft. Hood: Dean Reynolds) The tribute at Ft. Hood for 13 who died featured; scenes shown of the ceremonies, including the roll call, some of the wounded & the playing of Taps. [Army Chief of Staff Gen. George CASEY, President OBAMA, victim's wife Jennifer HUNT, Ft. Hood commander Lt. Gen. Robert CONE- speak about what happened; remember some who died.] Photos of victims Sgt. Amy Krueger, Pfc. Aaron Nemelka, Pfc. Michael Pearson & Spc. Jason Hunt shown.
(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.
(Washington: Bob Orr) The investigation of shooter Maj. Nidal Hasan & his ties to radical Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki featured; details given about their exchange of messages that were deemed benign by the government, his criticism of the wars in Iraq & Afghanistan & his presentation about Islamic soldiers. [Representative Peter HOEKSTRA- questions the cursory conclusion about Hasan.] [CBS News security analyst Juan ZARATE- talks about Hasan's potential for violence.]
(London: Richard Roth) The reaction of one British mother, Jacqui Janes, whose son died in Afghanistan, to a personal condolence letter from Prime Minister Gordon Brown featured; details given about the press coverage of the story, including an audiotape of the 13-minute phone exchange between Brown & Janes. [JANES- calls the letter an insult.] [BROWN - comments on grieving.]
(Kabul: Mandy Clark) The impact of the H1N1 flu on Afghanistan featured; scenes shown of a dying child in a hospital; details given about restrictions & conditions in Kabul & the lack of vaccine; flu statistics cited. [Dr. Wahiluuddah NOORI†- comments on conditions in Kabul.] [Afghan public health minister Dr. Sayed Mohammad Amin FATIMIE†- says he is humiliated.]
(Montgomery County, Maryland: Bob Orr) The sniper shootings reviewed; scenes shown from the sites of some shootings; details given from the account of one of the sniper shooting victims. [Victim Paul LaRUFFA- describes what happened in the shooting; says Muhammad deserves to die.] [Assistant chief Drew TRACY - recounts the shootings & the arrest of Muhammad & Lee Malvo.]
(New York: Armen Keteyian) A CBS News investigation into the consequences of rape evidence piling up over time presented; details given about rape kits waiting months or years to be tested, including cases in Minneapolis. [In shadow, Enid, Oklahoma, rape victim "CATHY" - describes what happened to her at the hands of Kory Mitchell.] [Human Rights Watch research director Sarah TOFTE- comments on the testing of rape kits.] [Senator Patrick LEAHY - comments on rape priorities.] [University of Massachusetts psychologist David LISAK- comments on rapists.] [Minneapolis county attorney Steve REDDING- speaks about sexual assault cases.]
(New York: Jeff Greenfield) CBS News interview with Abdul-Jabbar, who is going public about his illness in order to raise awareness, presented. [ABDUL-JABBAR - describes the symptoms of his leukemia.] [Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center oncologist Dr. Michael SCHUSTER-- says patients now take a pill a day.]