Scott Hornoff was a Rhode Island police officer when he was charged with murder in 1996. He was sentenced to life in prison but was eventually exonerated in 2002 after another man confessed to the crime. Since his exoneration he has been unable to find work in this country so he has become a private security consultant working in Afghanistan.
Ryan Kathman will be sharing pie and coffee today, Thanksgiving, with his mom and his birth mom. Ryan began searching for his birth mother at age thirty. Moira Mangiameli was also searching for him. The two had even performed side-by-side as actors on stage, not knowing that they were related. Also: think you have a lot of pies cooling on the counter this Thanksgiving day?
For 31 years, photographer Marc Asnin turned his camera on his Uncle Charlie. He shot thousands and thousands of frames on film, capturing his uncle both in bleak times and when he did the right thing for his family.
LaKeisha Hamilton landed in prison at age 22, facing almost 15 years. No one from her past kept in touch with her, and she began to realize she needed to look inside and find her own answers. That's when she was posed this question: "If there was something someone could have said or done that would have changed the path that led you here, what would it have been?” Also in this show, running with the bulls.
Beth Finke wrote in to say that due to this recession, for the first time, she is the main breadwinner in her family. Beth has had lots of different jobs, but none were on the fast track. She went blind in her twenties and since then she has had to rely, more than she ever expected to, on her husband, Mike.
The former Serbian leader Radovan Karadzic is now at the International Criminal Tribunal, preparing to be tried on war crimes charges. Like Slobodan Milosevic before him, Karadzic plans to defend himself.
At the time of Milosevic's trial, attorney Steven Kay was appointed to the former leader's defense team.