Tonight...The O'Reilly Factor is on... Even as Samantha Runnion was being buried, the lawyer who got her accused killer acquitted on another charge is running from the media. We'll have the latest.

As we told you earlier this week on The Factor, accused killer Alejandro Avila was represented by attorney John Pozza, and Pozza is now running from the media.

Bill Rams, a reporter for The Orange County Register who is investigating the case will join us to discuss the situation.

Plus, our Fox News Senior Judicial Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano will give us his verdict... Is the lawyer who got Avila off, guilty of anything?

Then, a lawsuit against fast food restaurants has been filed but is it somebody else's fault, if you are overweight?

Plus, the defense has rested in the trial of David Westerfield, the man accused of murdering Danielle Van Dam. We'll have an update for you from defense attorney Kerry Steigerwalt who has been following the trial closely.

Also, a high school senior wanted to give a speech... that did not approve of homosexuality. The school said no. Now she's filed a federal lawsuit. We'll talk with Betsy Hansen and her attorney Robert Muise.

Finally, meet American University student Ben Wetmore who is in trouble for taping a speech by Tipper Gore at his school recently... There's much more to this story and you'll hear it this evening.

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