Topics and Guests for Monday, September 2

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Here's a review of what was on the rundown for Monday, September 2:

A Swedish judge orders a hijacking suspect be kept behind bars. Police say they have a strong case against him, and it may lead back to a U.S. flight school
Ben Ferro, former INS regional director

A lot of world leaders have come out against a U.S. strike on Iraq. Former South African President Nelson Mandela is blasting President Bush for even considering it
Marc Ginsberg, former ambassador to Morocco

How does the West Nile virus threat affect our nation's blood supply?
• Dr. Steven Garner, chief medical officer at St. Vincent's Hospital

The jury in the trial of David Westerfield, convicted of murdering Danielle Van Dam, is set to make a life-or-death decision
Stan Goldman, FNC legal editor

"I didn't do it." That's from Robert Blake in his first lengthy jailhouse interview since his arrest for the murder of his wife Bonny Lee Bakley
Linda Deutsch, special correspondent for the Associated Press

A wicked wildfire in Los Angeles National Forest sends 8,000 holiday hikers and campers scrambling
Roland Sprewell of the L.A. County Fire Department

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Note: Topics subject to change