Here's what is on tap for Monday:

"FOX & Friends First"
Starts at 6 a.m. ET

Police say Atlanta shooting spree suspectBrian Nichols (search) was "calm and compliant" during his arrest. So what caused him to go on a killing rampage? We'll get insight from Ralph Difonzo, retired FBI agent who was involved in the agency's profiling program.

Iraqi officials admit that the looting of dozens of Saddam Hussein's most important weapons installations in the weeks following the fall of Baghdad was a highly organized operation. Who was the brain's behind it and is equipment now in the hands of terrorists? We'll ask Tim Trevan, author of "Saddam's Secrets" and former U.N. weapons inspector.

Plus, so far investigators have found no clear motive for why Terry Ratzmann opened fire on a church service at a hotel in Wisconsin before taking his own life. Who was Terry Ratzmann? We'll ask his next-door neighbor, Shane Colwell.

"FOX & Friends"
Starts at 7 a.m. ET

Brian Nichols is scheduled to appear in court Monday, just days after the violent attack that left a judge, a court reporter and a deputy dead. We'll get reaction from Atlanta Police Chief Richard Pennington.

Plus, we'll get a firsthand account of the tragedy from criminal defense attorney Renee Rockwell.

And, how was Brian Nichols allowed to escape on a killing rampage in the first place? We'll ask criminal defense attorney Darryl Cohen, former Fulton County assistant district attorney.

Is Central America pivotal in helping Al Qaeda plan an attack stateside? We'll ask Tim Berger, Washington correspondent for Time magazine.

Was there a systematic plan in place to loot Saddam Hussein's weapons facilities? If so, should we be concerned about where these parts ended up? We'll ask Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., chairman of the Subcommittee on Terrorism, Technology and Homeland Security.

Plus, we'll be joined by the world's strongest 12 year old.

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