Friday, April 30: Michael's Mess

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

New Charges: Michael Jackson plead not guilty Friday to an indictment with 10 charges, including conspiracy to commit child abduction, a charge that had not been heard in the case so far.

We’ll get reaction to this new revelation from private investigator Ernie Rizzo, hired by the alleged victim's family in Jackson's 1993 molestation case; Yale Galanter, criminal defense attorney, and Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.

Fallujah Progress: There may be a breakthrough in the works in Fallujah. Are U.S. Marines pulling back? We’ll get a live report from Scott Peterson of the Christian Science Monitor, who is embedded with the U.S. Marines in Fallujah.

Da Vinci Debate: The book may be flying off bookstore shelves. But is it making some Christians question their faith? We’ll ask Rev. James Garlow, author of "Cracking Da Vinci's Code," and Steven Waldman, editor in chief of Beliefnet.com.

White House Walk Out: If you had three hours to question the president on the events of Sept. 11, would you leave the meeting early? Apparently, panel members Bob Kerrey and Lee Hamilton walked out, saying they had prior commitments. We’ll get reaction from Fox News contributors Rich Lowry, editor of the National Review, and Ellis Henican, columnist of New York Newsday.

Plus, you loved him in "Splash," "Best in Show" and "American Pie." Now Eugene Levy drops by the "DaySide" studios!

We'll have those stories and more!

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