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A man facing rape charges grabbed a deputy's gun and shot and killed three people, including a judge, at the Fulton County Courthouse (search) in downtown Atlanta this morning. The shootings sparked a citywide manhunt for the killer.
A fourth victim was being treated for a gun wound and is in critical condition. The judge who was killed was Superior Court Judge Rowland Barnes (search).
The suspect, identified as Brian Nichols, carjacked a series of vehicles following the 9 a.m. EST shooting in an effort to elude authorities.
We'll have the latest on the shootings when we're joined from Atlanta by former FBI Agent Harold Copus and Dennis Scheib, an attorney who was trying a case in the courthouse when the shooting occured this morning.
Also, we'll take you inside the Atlanta courtroom. How could something like this happen? We'll aks former Georgia Superior Court Judge William Bradley Hill, Jr. to take us inside the courthouse.
Plus, is the Pentagon changing its mind about its policy towards detainees held at Guantanamo Bay?
We'll debate it with radio talk show host Michael Reagan and Human Rights Watch's Jamie Fellner tonight.
Also, why are some questioning the nomination of John Bolton as United States Ambassador to the United Nations?
We'll ask former Democratic Presidential candidate and Florida Senator Bob Graham.
And later, is pop star Michael Jackson (search) cracking under pressure as his trial continues in Santa Maria, California? Should law enforcement be concerned about a possible suicide?
Finally, Court TV anchor Catherine Crier has written a new book about the Scott Peterson (search) trial. We'll talk with her about what she uncovered.
These stories and much more!
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--The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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