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The False Confession Capital/The Race to Save the Tortoise/Hugh Jackman 

"The False Confession Capital" examines two cases in Chicago where teenagers were pressured into confessing to crimes the did not commit. "The Race to Save the Tortoise" looks at efforts to... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Byron Pitts ...
Himself - Correspondent (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Terrill Swift ...
Himself - Convicted on a False Confession (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Jonathan Barr ...
Himself - Convicted on a False Confession (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Michael Saunders ...
Himself - Convicted on a False Confession (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Robert Taylor ...
Himself - Convicted on a False Confession (segment "The False Confession Capital")
James Harden ...
Himself - Convicted on a False Confession (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Bob Milan ...
Himself - Prosecutor (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Peter Neufeld ...
Himself - Innocence Project (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Anita Alvarez ...
Herself - Cook County State's Attorney (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Saul Kassin ...
Himself - Psychology Professor, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Katie Marie Zouhary ...
Herself - Northwestern Law Student (segment "The False Confession Capital")
Lesley Stahl ...
Herself - Correspondent (segment "The Race to Save the Tortoise")
Eric Goode ...
Himself - Conservationist (segment "The Race to Save the Tortoise")
Angelo ...
Himself - Tortoise Spotter (segment "The Race to Save the Tortoise")
Richard Lewis ...
Himself - Conservationist (segment "The Race to Save the Tortoise")
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"The False Confession Capital" examines two cases in Chicago where teenagers were pressured into confessing to crimes the did not commit. "The Race to Save the Tortoise" looks at efforts to protect turtles and tortoises from poachers. "Hugh Jackman" interviews the actor about his role in the film version of Les Miserables. "Update" looks at the current status of Grover Norquist's tax pledge. Written by Shatterdaymorn

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9 December 2012 (USA)  »

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