This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Brian Ross) The case of one abusive priest who led a sordid double life examined; details given of new allegations about pedophile priest Father Marcial Maciel, who led the church order the Legionaries of Christ, the role of Cardinal Ratzinger in investigating this case & what he did as Pope Benedict XVI. ["Vows of Silence" producer/director Jason BERRY- says Maciel used money to buy friendship & protect himself; notes Pope John Paul II did not want to investigate Maciel.] [Legionaries of Christ Father John BARTUNEK- raises questions about Maciel.]
(Chicago: Chris Bury) The rise in auto sales for companies including beleaguered Toyota due to incentives to customers examined; car sales statistics cited. [Edmunds.com editor Karl BRAUER- comments on Toyota incentives & sales.] [Joyce Ford owner Maureen JOYCE- praises Ford incentives.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) The new car fuel efficiency standards reported.
(Cranston, Rhode Island: Ron Claiborne) The economic impact of the flood waters in Rhode Island featured; scenes shown from Warwick & Cranston. [Governor Don CARCIERI- warns people to stay away from polluted water.] [Iron works company Mike NOCERA, homeowner Thomas VENTANIA- comment on the flooding.]
(Los Angeles: David Wright) The issue of racial identity in the 2010 Census examined; population statistics cited. [Iranian-American Shereen MERAJI, Voto Latino Emily GOULDING, Princeton University professor Nell Irvin PAINTER- offer views on the race questions in the census.] The census form returns from select states cited.
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) An amazing study in the "New England Journal of Medicine" about a case of Parkinson's disease in which a man who can barely walk can ride a bicycle examined; bike video & Cleveland Clinic trial of motor functions shown. [Cleveland Clinic Dr. Jay ALBERTS, patient Steve DERMAN- explain the significance of pedaling.] [Patient Joel MARSH- talks about dance as a "transporting exercise."]
(Washington & Arlington, Virginia: David Kerley) The Supreme Court decision to hear the free speech legal dispute over taunting protests at the funerals for service members who died in the wars examined; details given about Matthew Snyder, who died in a accident in Iraq & the demonstrations by a group linking the military & homosexuality. [Father of killed soldier Al SNYDER- describes the letter he received & the nightmare protests at the church.] [Westboro Baptist Church Pastor Fred PHELPS - defends his right to preach.] The legal decision against Snyder requiring him to pay court costs to the disrupting protesters noted.
(Copenhagen: John Donvan) The Specilisterne†† software company in Denmark that only hires workers with autism featured; scenes shown of the workers testing software. [Workers "MICHAEL," "HILLE," "MATS" - comment on their jobs.] [Specilisterne founder Thorkill SONNE††- praises the autistic attention to detail; states his autistic son is his inspiration.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Autism Awareness Month mentioned.