This program is 29 minutes long
(Orlando: Troy Roberts) The not guilty verdict in the trial of Casey Anthony for murdering her daughter, Caylee, reviewed; scenes shown from the courtroom; details given about the history of Caylee's death and the charges and defenses in her mother's trial. [Defense attorney Jose BAEZ†, Florida state prosecutor Lawson LAMAR†- react to the verdict.] [June 10, medical examiner Dr. Jan GARAVAGLIA†- says the body was hidden.] The four misdemeanor charges noted.
(Studio: Scott Pelley) Further coverage of the case on "48 Hours Mystery" noted.
(Atlanta: Mark Strassmann) A report on the cheating scandal in the Atlanta school system involving 178 teachers and principals changing answers on standardized tests examined; details given about other cheating issues on statewide tests and the role of then-superintendent Beverly Hall. [Governor Nathan DEAL- blames educators.] [PARENT - complains.] [Educator Diane RAVITCH - blames the federal law No Child Left Behind.] [Former teacher Paul LANDERMAN; in retirement video, HALL - criticize the education system.] The potential felony charges in Georgia discussed.
(Studio: Elaine Quijano) An announcement that the White House is changing the rules on military families receiving condolence letters when service members die examined. [Father of Chance Keesling, Gregg KEESLING- reacts to the policy change; states his son was a good soldier who fought for his country and this is about justice for him.] How Chance shot himself on his second tour in Iraq in 2009 and the policy of condolence letters only for death in battle or accident recalled.
(London: Mark Phillips) The scandalous story in Britain of the tabloid "News of the World" hacking into the phone messages of a missing 13-year-old girl, Milly Dowler, examined; photos shown of Milly; details given about how hacking into phones works. [Member of Parliament Chris BRYANT- accuses the newspaper of playing God.] How a private investigator started the hacking followed by other reporters discussed.
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The search for missing passengers from a fishing ship, the Erik, that sank at sea off the coast of Mexico featured; scenes, photos and map shown. [Kristina BRONSTEIN- worries about her missing fiance.] [Survivor's wife Jane ASKEW- reacts.]
(Columbus, Ohio: Bob Orr) The view of the future of the space program from former astronaut 89-year-old John Glenn presented; scenes shown of Glenn in space. [GLENN - shows space memorabilia; states the US will not have means to get into space so we will have to fly on the Russian Soyuz.]