This program is about 1 hour long
(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with InSession's Jean Casarez about the Anthony case and what Mason told her. [CASAREZ - says Mason said plans are being made for when Casey is released, that she will not be on probation.] [For InSession, MASON - expresses concern for her safety; says he believes Caylee drowned in the pool.]
(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Orlando: Martin Savidge) Casey's courtroom appearance today reviewed; scenes shown from inside the court for sentencing and of protests outside; details given about three possible lawsuits against Casey. [Judge Belvin PERRY - sentences Casey for four distinct lies that led to looking for Caylee.] [Osceola court spokeswoman Karen LEVEY- says Casey will be released on July 13.]
(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) What juror number 3 says about the trial introduced. [Juror Jennifer FORD- raises questions.] Live discussion held with attorney/author Marcia Clark and former Anthony attorney Andrea Lyon about the case. [CLARK - outlines what the prosecution is required to do with motive not always being included; praises the judge's handling of the trial.] [LYON - explains what the jury is saying about the crime; suggests the judge was pro-prosecution.]
(New York: Tom Foreman) The hatred for Casey examined; nasty YouTube videos and Facebook threats shown. [With Barbara Walters, defense attorney Jose BAEZ - worries about Casey's safety.] [HLN's Drew PINSKY- suggests she is in harm's way and will have to go into hiding.]
(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Anthony family attorney Mark Lippman about the verdict. [LIPPMAN - says the family is assimilating the court decision; reacts to the juror's view of George and possible charges against Cindy.]
(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news that Casey's release date will be moved to July 17 noted.
(Studio: Joe Johns) The ABC News interview with Jaycee Dugard about her kidnapping and being held for 18 years; the announcement by ex-IMF head Dominique Strauss-Kahn that he will not accept a plea deal in the hotel maid assault case; the shutdown of Britain's "News of the World" tabloid after claims it hacked into people's voice mails; the arrest in San Francisco of a suspect in the theft of a Picasso sketch reported. [DUGARD comments.]
(Kennedy Space Center: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Jessica Yellin and David Gergen about the politics. [YELLIN - talks about a possible deal, what the president said about a short-term deal and a bigger deal that would allow Boehner to bring more people into the solution.] [GERGEN - says a new deal would require a major cave by Republicans on taxes and Democrats on entitlement cuts, so a short-term deal is likely.]