This program is about 1 hour long
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Paul Begala and RedState.com's Erick Erickson about Broden's words. [ERICKSON - offers perspective on what Broden and other unpolished citizen-candidates are saying this election; states this is happening on both sides.] [BEGALA - questions calling for violence: that this is constitutional violence; notes there is an undercurrent of violence in these elections; comments on the threats against candidates.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with Cutler. [CUTLER - suggests his firing was political because he annoyed Gohmert; recounts the request from Gohmert's office to jury an art competition in Tyler and why he declined to do it after learning about Gohmert.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Tom Foreman) The dirty sucker punching in this campaign examined; campaign ad from Alan Grayson against "Taliban" Dan Webster, Sharron Angle's Viagra ad against Nevada Senator Harry Reid, Louisiana Senator David Vitter's ad against opponent Charlie Melancon and the puppy killer ad aimed at Bill Brady shown and the facts about the exaggerations in the ads discussed. 9:3550360 Bulletin
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Studio: Joe Johns) The hospitalization of California Senate candidate Carly Fiorina; criminal summons for a campaign worker for Rand Paul who stomped a woman on the ground outside the Kentucky debate; Florida gubernatorial candidate Alex Sink's firing of a campaign aide for violating debate rules reported; Rick Scott ad against Sink shown.
(New York: Randi Kaye) The 2009 "ninja" home invasion murder in Pensacola, Florida, of Byrd and Melanie Billings, a couple who cared for special needs kids, reviewed; surveillance video and court coverage of state attorney Bill Eddins laying out the case against the accused ringleader Leonard Gonzalez at his trial shown; details given about the court testimony from witnesses, including April Spencer, who had made the 911 call.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "In Session"'s Sunny Hostin and Jean Casarez about the trial. [Voice of CASAREZ - outlines what was shown in court today of the murder of the Billings couple; states there are 7 other defendants in this death penalty case.] [HOSTIN - explains why this is a difficult case because the testimony is from other defendants; states the prosecutors will not "over try" the case.]
(Studio: Joe Johns) Storm damage from high winds in the Midwest and South; the murder trial defense for "hiccup girl" Jennifer Mee; "Forbes" magazine on the top earning for dead celebrity Michael Jackson; the medical treatment for actor Charlie Sheen reported. [Sheen ex-wife Denise RICHARDS - talks about her two kids and Sheen.]