Thursday, March 25: Bomb Boy

On today's edition of "DaySide" with Linda Vester:

Bomb Boy: A 14-year-old Palestinian boy prepares to blow himself up for the promise of $22 and virgins in the afterlife. But he cries out that he doesn't want to die. We'll go live to Fox News’ Amy Kellogg from the Mideast with the story.

Sept. 11 Aftermath: The fallout from former counter-terrorism czar Richard Clarke's testimony yesterday before the 9/11 Commission. Was Clarke auditioning for a job, trying to sell his book, or telling the truth? We’ll get a read from Newsweek's investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff.

Plus, we’ll get reaction Rep. Christopher Shays, R-Conn., chairman of the National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations Subcommittee.

Laci and the Senate: Jury selection continues in the murder trial of Scott Peterson and the Senate is voting on a law modeled after his dead wife. We’ll get reaction from Mark Mazzarella, California jury consultant and co-author of “Reading People.”

Jury Selection: As grand jury selection gets underway in the Michael Jackson child molestation, we’ll find out what lies ahead from Ernie Rizzo, who investigated Jackson in the 1993 molestation case; Gerry Boyle, criminal defense attorney, and Robert Ernenwein, former Los Angeles deputy district attorney.

Plus, NASCAR superstar Jeff Gordon talks about life off the speedway.

Those stories and more on today’s edition of “DaySide with Linda Vester"

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