Wednesday, August 13: Safety or Spying?

A British man and one of two alleged accomplices arrested on suspicion of being involved in a plot to smuggle a surface-to-air missile (search) into the U.S. appeared in federal court Wednesday morning.

The British citizen, said to be of Indian descent, was nabbed Tuesday as part of a joint U.S.-Russian-British sting operation at a hotel near Newark International Airport in northern New Jersey.

But does this sting success story expose the dangers that still threaten the homeland? We’ll ask retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt, and Evan Kohlmann, senior terrorism analyst at the Investigative Project.

As California recall frontrunner Arnold Schwarzenegger continues to build his campaign, is former President Bill Clinton about to start campaigning for California's embattled Gov. Gray Davis? We’ll get insight from former Gov. Pete Wilson, Schwarzenegger campaign co-chairman, and Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif.

Do divorce magazines and Web sites encourage the idea that marriage is a disposable institution? We’ll get a fair and balanced debate from Diana Shepherd, editor and co-founder of Divorce magazine; Randy Finney, attorney and creator of divorce Web site, and Hiram Sasser, attorney for the Free Market Foundation, a pro-family advocacy organization.

Coming soon to public schools near you, surveillance cameras in the classroom. Is this an acceptable safety measure, or simply spying? We’ll ask Roy Balentine, principal at Pearl High School; Bill Stanton, private investigator and former New York City police officer, and Velvet Ross, NYC school teacher.

Plus, could sex offenders abuse system? Curt Lavello, executive director of the National Association of School Resource Officers, weighs in.

And, the first sex offender to undergo a brand new, intensive treatment program is being released. The castrated criminal will live in a trailer near the prison, where he'll be heavily monitored at all times. Can new program adequately rehabilitate sex offenders? We’ll ask Jason Lamm, criminal defense attorney, and Marc Klaas, found of Klasskids Foundation.

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