This program is 29 minutes long
(London: Peter Alexander) The cyber attack by WikiLeaks on the Websites of MasterCard and VISA and other targets, including the prosecutor and lawyer connected to the sex crimes case in Sweden that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested for, featured; Tweets from the hacker group Anonymous and WikiLeaks quoted. [MSNBC.com technology correspondent Bob SULLIVAN- says technology allows people to amass enough power to go up against a major corporation.] [Swedish prosecutor’s office Karen ROSANDER- says last night it went down.] [Assange’s lawyer Jennifer ROBINSON- denies Assange was involved in the attack.] The threat to Twitter noted.
(Port-au-Prince: Ann Curry) The unrest in Haiti after the presidential election amid accusations of fraud featured; scenes shown from Port-au-Prince of protestors, fires, supporters of candidate Michel Martelly; details given of claims that President René Préval rigged the vote and that the ruling party stole the votes of people killed in the earthquake. [Voice of NBC producer Frank THORP- describes the chaos in the streets.] The worsening cholera epidemic noted.
(Capitol: Kelly O’Donnell) The battle over taxes updated; details given about Democrats’ anger.
(Los Angeles: George Lewis) The Congressional debate over the Dream Act that would give a path to citizenship to young, undocumented immigrants in college or the military featured; scenes shown of a rally; provisions of the bill outlined. [Claremont Graduate University professor William PEREZ- says it would be a waste if they graduated from high school and are not able to pursue higher education because of their legal status.] [Foundation for American Immigration Reform Dan STEIN- says to reward people who broke the law is nonsense.] [Fullerton Community College student Maria DUQUE- says so many dreams will not happen.]
(Studio: Nancy Snyderman) The legacy of Elizabeth Edwards as a breast cancer activist examined; statement from President Obama quoted. [EDWARDS – talks about her cancer; calls for more research.] [American Cancer Society Dr. Otis BRAWLEY- says she helped people by being so transparent.] [Cancer support group director Darlene GARDNER- says she represented courage in the face of this.]