Published February 06, 2004
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Tonight on "Hannity & Colmes" ...
• Former presidential hopeful Rep. Dick Gephardt (search) gives the nod to the front-runner on the Democratic trail. Will this key endorsement secure a nomination for the senator from Massachusetts?
Democratic strategist Mary Anne Marsh joins us.
• Authorities ended their search for Florida pre-teen Carlie Brucia Friday after they found her body in a church parking lot and charged suspect Joseph P. Smith (search) with her abduction and murder.
Smith has been arrested at least 13 times in Florida since 1993, how was he free to walk the streets? Will authorities be able to prove Smith is the monster behind this despicable crime?
We'll ask Chuck Chambers, a private investigator hired by the Brucia family.
What will it take to convict Smith? Will justice be served?
We'll get legal analysis and assessment from Anne Bremner, criminal defense attorney, and Jeanine Pirro, Westchester N.Y. district attorney.
• You will never believe how one elementary school teacher in Las Vegas decided to teach her class about segregation — the lesson scared some children and brought others to tears.
Stacey Gough, an outraged parent, will explain tonight. And Lawrence Guyot, a Civil Rights activist, weighs in. Don't miss this!
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--The Associated Press contributed to this report
-All guests and topics subject to change