Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on...Big changes in the works for the FBI. Will this major reorganization help the country prevent future terror attacks? Plus, how did they manage to blow it so badly before September 11?
We'll talk with Time magazine's Michael Weisskopf, who co-authored this week's cover story in the magazine this week.
Then, Amnesty International is out with its annual report. And the human rights group has harsh criticism for the United States this time around. Why? Because it maintains that the detention of mostly Arabs and Muslims after 9/11 has hurt our country's ability to criticize human rights in other countries. Is this charge on target or way off base? We'll speak with American University professor Jamin Raskin.
And later, a very interesting case in Pennsylvania related to the priest sex scandal in the Catholic Church. Is a former priest, who was accused of molesting a young man, still counseling kids? We'll talk with the cleric's alleged victim Dennis McKeown.
Also, will a notorious member of the Manson family, Leslie Van Houten, actually be released from jail? Our own Geraldo Rivera will join us to talk about this scary possibility.
As The Factor moves along...rocker Ted Nugent has something to say about all the Ozzy Osbourne stuff. And it's not nice!
Finally, remember the Mary Kay LeTourneau case in Washington State? She's the ex-elementary school teacher who wound up having two children with her former sixth grade student while he was a young adolescent. Now the young man has gone to court saying that the school district and the police did not do enough to protect him from his former teacher! We'll get an update from University of Washington Law Professor and Fox News legal analyst Lis Wiehl.
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