This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Michelle Miller) The arrest of International Monetary Fund director Dominique Strauss-Kahn on charges of the sexual assault of a maid in a New York City hotel featured; scenes shown from court of his arraignment; details given about his arrest at the airport, his role at the IMF, his presidential ambitions in France, a prior sexual assault charge from 2002 and his infidelities. [Assistant D.A. Artie McCONNELL- outlines the rape charges.] [Attorney Benjamin BRAFMAN- proclaims his innocence.] [Brookings Inst. fellow Eswar PRASAD- comments on his professional legacy.] A support statement from his wife Anne Sinclair quoted.
(Washington: Jan Crawford) The announcement from Donald Trump that he will not seek the Republican nomination for president in 2012 examined. [TRUMP - says he will not be running for president.] [On Fox, April 1, TRUMP - agrees there is a Muslim problem.] The issue of the whereabouts of President Obama's birth and birth certificate reviewed. [April 27, OBAMA - comments on this silliness.] [April 30, OBAMA - jokes about Trump.] [Republican pollster Ed GOEAS- offers analysis.] The prior announcement from Mike Huckabee that he won't run also noted.
(Amelia, Louisiana) The battle against the rising Mississippi River with the release of water from the spillway to lessen the force of the flood waters featured; scenes shown of water at Morganza, Louisiana. [Army Corps of Engineers Maj. Gen. Michael WALSH- says the crest has been reduced.] The projected water levels for Baton Rouge and New Orleans noted. [Louisiana Governor Bobby JINDAL- says the levees should hold but there will still be acres of water.] [Melville resident Roger HARRINGTON- says he can't fish for crawfish.]
(Los Angeles: Bill Whitaker) The case of the beating of a San Francisco Giants baseball fan, Bryan Stow, at the opening season game at the Los Angeles Dodger Stadium reviewed; site scenes, Stow photos and tip posters shown. [Mother Ann STOW- describes his coma-like state.] [LAPD Lt. Steven FLORES- says we need a break to solve the case.]
(Alabama: Steve Hartman) The story of Kathy Strong, who wore a POW/MIA bracelet honoring a soldier until he came home, presented; scenes shown from the funeral in Alabama for Vietnam War casualty James Moreland after 38 years. Photos of Kathy wearing the bracelet over 38 years shown. [STRONG - talks about her perseverance; states he will always be with her.] [Moreland's commanding officer Col. Paul LONGGREAR- talks about Kathy's commitment to her word.]