Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on...

Former professional sniper and founding member of Delta Force Eric Haney has been conducting his own investigation into the shootings. What he's uncovered might surprise you.

Then, UCLA film professor and author Richard Walter completely disagrees with O'Reilly about the VH1 Music Behind Bars program. And he will step into the No Spin Zone to tell us why he supports the program. 

Plus, Angela Dawson, a Baltimore woman who stood up to drug pushers, pays with her life for her courageous stand after a fire consumes her family's home and killed five of her six children. Her husband remains in the hospital, barely clinging to life.  It's a tragic story and raises the question, why couldn't cops protect this family? Do police simply abandon some of the people in our country's worst neighborhoods to violence and drug dealing? We'll investigate.

Also, there's been an arrest in the Rilya Wilson case in Florida. We'll tell you about it.

And later, is CNN being compromised in Iraq? A new article in The New Republic offers some troubling insights into how the Iraqis operate. We'll speak with the author.

Finally, a Florida judge threw out the murder convictions against the King brothers, two young men who were charged with killing their father. The judge says that the murder conviction was "unusual and bizarre." The prosecution chose a very unusual strategy in this case. What happened? We'll have a no spin answer for you.

Don't miss The O'Reilly Factor  this evening at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET! See you in the No Spin Zone!

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