Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... A Factor exclusive. Now there's another video of police brutality. And this one shows cops apparently inflicting a brutal beating on a white man in Georgia. Wait till you see this footage.
Then, what if the monster who killed little Samantha Runnion flees into Mexico? Will we still be able to bring him to justice here in the United States? What usually happens in these kinds of cases? Well, if you are a Mexican and you kill an American, the Mexican government may not extradite you to the USA. We'll tell you about it.
Plus, the alleged "twentieth hijacker" Zacarias Moussaoui now says he's guilty! And he says he's a member of Al Qaeda. So why are some American attorneys still so bent on defending him.
Also, why is Planned Parenthood in Iowa fighting a judge's order to hand over information in a very troubling murder case? We'll talk with Jill June from Planned Parenthood of Greater Iowa.
And, why is a New York tabloid with a liberal reputation speaking out against Judge Shira Scheindlin? We'll ask Richard Schwartz the editorial page editor of the New York Daily News.
As The Factor moves along... Could working mothers be hindering their baby's intellectual development? A controversial new study says yes. But we're not so sure. We'll hear from both sides when Derek Randel the President of Randel Consulting and Dr. Jane Sweigert, a clinical pyschologist and author of The Myth of the Perfect Mother join us.
Finally, you won't believe our Back of the Book segment this evening. What's a United Methodiest minister doing studying couples who are swingers?! And just has he found out during the course of his research anyway? You'll only see it here on The O'Reilly Factor.
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