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The stage is set for one of the biggest trials of the century. Just hours from now, the former Butcher of Baghdad will sit in a bulletproof cage in the center of an Iraqi courtroom. But why is Saddam Hussein's lawyer planning to ask for a three-month delay? Judge Andrew Napolitano, FOX News' senior judicial analyst, weighs in.
Then, new details in the murder of Pamela Vitale (search), wife of defense attorney Daniel Horowitz. Who is the mystery person Horowitz filed a restraining order against a few months ago? We'll get insight from private investigator Vito Colucci.
And, why is a New York high school canceling its spring prom? We'll ask some of the people behind the decision, Brother Kenneth Hoagland, principal of Kellenberg Memorial High School, and Father Philip Eichner, president of Kellenberg Memorial High School.
These stories and much more today on "Studio B"!
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