Tonight... Go on the record!
A shocking twist in the Bakersfield (search) massacre: a suspect released.
What happened? Greta gets answers on tonight’s edition of On the Record.
Plus, President Bush (search) and National Security Adviser Condoleeza Rice (search) both say that the CIA cleared the sentence the President used in this year's State of the Union Address about Iraq seeking African uranium. The intelligence later turned out to be false. What happened? How did the intelligence reports wind up in the address? Is Washington beginning to play the blame game? We'll talk with FNC Contributor and Washington Times National Security Correspondent Bill Gertz.
Then, more details are emerging about the possible incident of sexual misconduct which may have happened in a Colorado hotel between a 19-year-old young woman and NBA Superstar Kobe Bryant (search). We'll have the latest on this developing story for you.
Also, we'll talk about the Bakersfield case, the Bryant case and the on-going search for missing Baylor University basketball center Patrick Dennehy (search) with our On the Record legal roundtable.
Tonight Greta talks with the following distinguished attorneys:
• Jayne Weintraub, criminal defense attorney
• Geoffrey Feiger, criminal defense attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney and former Washington, D.C. homicide detective
And later, former Republican Presidential Candidate Pat Buchanan discusses the commissioning of the Navy's newest ship: The USS Ronald Reagan (search) aircraft carrier will be commissioned this weekend at a gala ceremony in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Former First Lady Nancy Reagan (search) and Vice President Dick Cheney (search) will be on hand at Virginia's Norfolk Navy Station for the ceremony.
Catch that story and much more... Get On the Record at 10 p.m. ET only on the FOX News Channel!
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