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British and American newspapers publish photos showing an imprisoned Saddam Hussein (search) clad only in his underwear and washing his laundry, prompting an angry U.S. military to launch an investigation and the Red Cross to say the pictures may violate the Geneva Conventions (search). Will the controversial photos increase anti-American sentiment?
Idaho police investigate a possible sighting of the two missing children whose mother, brother and a family friend were slain earlier this week. Are we closer to finding Dylan and Shasta Groene?
Then, the judge in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial says he may sanction lead defense attorney Thomas Mesereau Jr. for misrepresenting the terms under which Jackson waived his privilege of confidentiality with former lawyer Mark Geragos. Could this damage the defense's case? We'll get the legal lowdown from criminal defense attorney, Drew Findling, and former prosecutor, Arthur Aidala.
And, within hours of the release of "Star Wars: Episode III (search)," thousands of people were downloading illegal copies of the film online. So what is Hollywood doing about the increase of online piracy? We'll ask Dean Garfield, vice president and director of legal affairs for World Wide Anti-Piracy at the Motion Picture Associate of America.
These stories and much more don't miss this edition of "Studio B"!
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