Topics and Guests for August 8

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Topics and Guests for August 8:

9:03
Westerfield trial: The attorney for the man accused of kidnapping and killing his 7-year-old neighbor wrapped up his case Wednesday, saying prosecutors presented only circumstantial evidence and never proved the defendant was in the victim's home
Mary Prevost, criminal defense attorney
Robert Fellmeth, fomer San Diego deputy district attorney

9:35
Should U.S. troops oust Saddam?
Retired Lt. Gen. Tom Mcinerney, U.S. Air Force
Edward Peck, former U.S. ambassador to Iraq

10:10
Are our federal buildings vunerable to attack? First Oklahoma City, now Chicago. What are the risks?
Buck Revell, former FBI associate deputy director

10:35
The survival guide to living with terror. With the anticipation of the anniversary of Sept. 11th around the corner and fearful of another terrorist attack. Should we plan for the unthinkable? Is it smart to prepare for the worst?
Robert Kolker, New York magazine senior correspondent

11:15
A woman hired a private investigator to videotape her suspected cheating husband. But instead, she got recorded as she allegedly ran over her husband with her Mercedes
Bobbi Bacha, vice president and founder of Blue Moon Investigations

12:15
The attorney for the man accused of kidnapping and killing his 7-year-old neighbor wrapped up his case Wednesday, saying prosecutors presented only circumstantial evidence and never proved the defendant was in the victim's home
Keith Warburton, former prosecutor and former FBI agent
Bob Grimes, criminal defense attorney

12:35
The power of Hollywood: Liberals Vs. Conservatives
James Hirsen, political columnist for Newsmax.com

1:10
The latest in the Oregon missing girls case
Charles Mathews, special agent in charge of FBI

2:10
A Texas serial killer, Coral Watts, wants to be freed in Dec '06
Keri Whitlow, Susan Wolf's friend
Judith Krueger, Susan Wolf's sister

NOTE: Topics and guests are subject to change