Tonight... The O'Reilly Factor is on... What really happened during the Danielle Van Dam murder trial? We'll have a candid look at what when on in San Diego when we talk with one of the jurors that convicted child killer David Westerfield, joins us exclusively in the studio.
Plus, more reaction to Bill's contention that the defense team in the Van Dam case, namely the lawyers who defended David Westerfield, violated rules of professional conduct and should be disbarred. We'll talk with Fox News Senior Legal Analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano.
Also, even as Westerfield's lawyers try to avoid our cameras, after explosive accusations that they knew their client was guilty, we'll tell you the next step we are taking to insure justice for all Americans.
Then, yet another heinous murder of a young girl in this country. A 14-year-old girl in Ohio is murdered and a convicted sex offender is accused of killing her. The suspect served 15 years in prison for rape. We'll talk with the attorney who defended him in the 1980s.
Also, is Iraq playing games with the United Nations and the U.S.? Former House Speaker and current Fox News contributor Newt Gingrich wants to tell you a few things about Saddam Hussein...and terrorism.
As The Factor moves along, meet Bob Unger, who "fired" best-selling author and columnist Ann Coulter from The Center Daily Times. Why? The answer might just surprise you!
Finally, a wild, wild story from America's favorite Sin City... Some of the women who dance for a living at "gentlemen's clubs" in Las Vegas are very angry about new laws that keep them off patron's laps... We'll talk with Andrea Hackett who is the President of the Las Vegas Dancers Alliance.
Don't miss The O'Reilly Factor tonight at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. ET! See you in the No Spin Zone!
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