Event Date(s): 01/20/2006 | Event Location(s): New York City, New York;Oklahoma City, Oklahoma;Kingman, Arizona;Mountain View, California;Washington, DC;Vermont; | Description: 16:00:00 MSNBC The Abrams Report anchored by Leslie Crocker Snyder 16:00:02 Preview video 16:01:10 NBC's Preston Mendenhall reports from Baghdad, Iraq. Mendenhall reports that the deadlines passes for American journalist held hostage in Iraq Jill Carroll. Video clip from Arab television program of Carroll's father Jim Carroll speaking (no audio). Interior wide shot Sunni Arab Politician Adnan Dulaimi seated. Medium shot press seated. Medium shot Dulaimi seated. Video clip CNN Carroll's mother Linda Carroll speaking (no audio). Video clip of Carroll seated as armed and masked militants stand around her. 16:02:34 Snyder is joined by MSNBC Terrorism Analyst Evan Kohlmann live from New York City, New York. They discuss that the deadlines passes for American journalist held hostage in Iraq Jill Carroll. Video clip of Carroll seated as armed and masked militants stand around her. Close up Carroll in captivity. Video clip of Carroll seated as armed and masked militants stand around her. Close up Carroll in captivity. Video clip of Carroll seated as armed and masked militants stand around her. Close up Carroll in captivity. Video clip of al Qaeda's Ayman al-Zawahiri. 16:06:21 NBC's Don Teague reports. Michael Fortier, one of the key witnesses in the Oklahoma City bombing trial, is to be released from prison today, upsetting bombing victims and their families. Exterior day Kingman, Arizona (file) wide shot Michael Fortier walks from his mailbox and across street toward his trailer home as he mutters:"You guys are pathetic, watching me get my mail, you know that." Exterior day Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (file) 1995-04-19 wide shot firemen holds fire hose as vehicles burn; zoom out to black smoke rising in front of the A P Murrah Federal Building. Exterior day (file) medium elevated shot Michael Fortier is escorted by plainclothes officers (he plead guilty to conspiracy and weapons charges and testified against Timothy McVeigh and Terry Nichols). Medium shot Timothy McVeigh is escorted by FBI agents to vehicles. Interior (file) medium shot Terry Nichols, wearing bulletproof vest, is escorted by law enforcement officials through hallway. Interior medium shot in interview, Beth Wilkinson (former U.S. Attorney):"It was important for us to be able to have a story teller, someone for the jury to hear what actually happened." Court sketches by Art Lien sketches depict Michael Fortier testifying on the witness stand. Interior close up"Release Date" on document. Close up"January 20, 2006" on document. Color still little boy (a bombing victim). Interior medium shot in interview, Helena Garrett (Oklahoma City Bombing Victim) says:"Those people who did things in prison that didn't cost the life of 168 people, you know, and they got more time than he did." Exterior day Kingman medium shot Michael Fortier crosses street in front of his trailer home. Interior medium shot Michael McGuire, Fortier's defense attorney. Exterior day Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial Oklahoma City medium panning shot of name on memorial: Ruth Heald-Schwab. Interior medium shot in interview, Michael McGuire (Fortier's Attorney) says:"I'll tell you what he's told me a number of times. His comment was always'I pray for those people every day.'"Don Teague reports on camera from Oklahoma City:"We spoke to some victim's families who say they are ready to forgive Michael Fortier, but as evidence to this memorial to those who lost their lives, Oklahoma City will never forget." 16:07:34 Snyder is joined by former federal prosecutor Aitan Goelman live from a remote location and by Terry Nichols' attorney Brian Hermanson live on the phone from a remote location. They discuss Michael Fortier who cut a deal in Oklahoma City bombing case goes free. Video clip of Fortier. Video clips of Fortier. Exterior day Oklahoma City wide shot smoke and flames billowing from A P Murrah Federal Building after bombing. Tilt up shot police official walks as smoke billows in background. Wide shot fireman and civilian go down ladder. Video clips of Nichols. 16:12:03 Preview video 16:16:17 NBC's Pete Williams reports. There is word the Bush administration wants to see what America is Googling. The giant and successful search engine company has been subpoenaed by the Justice Department. They want to see exactly what people are searching for to find out how often Web users encounter material that could be harmful to minors and how effective filtering or blocking programs might be. Google says the government is on a fishing expedition, asking for far too much information about what its 12 million users a day are looking for. Exterior day Mountain View, California wide brief shot of Google headquarters sign and parking lot. Pan to low angle view of the Google headquarters sign. Interior panning shot of computer monitor showing image of Google website. Extreme close up a monitor flashes lines of computer code. Interior as a man operates the computer zoom in to the monitor showing images from Google website. Interior (Slow Motion) Zoom out from the Google logo on a wall. Interior medium shot in interview, Internet Privacy Expert Sherwin Siy says,"Instead of conducting targeted discovery or targeted subpoenas, like any normal case, that they're engaging in wholesale information trolling." Interior close up a pair of hands type on a computer keyboard. Medium rear shot of a young child operating a computer. Medium shot a young man operates a computer. Close up hands type on a keyboard and operate the computer mouse. Interior zoom in to a photo of a young woman seen on an adult website. Interior medium shot Computer User Hunter Stevens operates a laptop computer. Close up Steven's hands type on the keyboard. Medium shot in interview, Stevens says,"You'll be seeing on like a Care Bears Web Site something--you don't want something like that to pop up." Graphic insert Google logo. Insert graphic of a court document. Insert supers"One Random Sample of One Million Internet Addresses","Show Where Those Addresses Take a User","Week's Worth of What Google Users Enter To Launch a Search", and"To Find Out How Often Users Encounter Material Harmful to Minors." Interior zoom in to computer monitor showing an adult website. Interior medium shot a hand operates a laptop showing Google website on its monitor. Close up monitor shows image of Google website. Interior zoom in to Internet Law Supporter Donna Rice Hughes operating a computer. Extreme close up monitor shows image of Google website. Medium shot in interview, Hughes says,"The government is doing the right thing. They are simply presenting a very solid case by going to Google and asking for information that will prove its case before the Supreme Court." 16:17:53 Snyder is joined by former federal prosecutor Andy McCarthy live in the studio and by criminal defense attorney Theodore Simon live from a remote location. They discuss the Justice department asks Google to turn over user records. Various shots of people using computers. Various close ups of computers. Various close ups of Google.com. Tilt up shot Google sign. Various close ups of computers screens. Various close ups of Google.com. Panning shot person using a computer. 16:21:56 Snyder voices over exterior day Washington, DC National Security Agency (NSA) building sign. Aerial shot NSA building. Clip CNBC's"Kudlow& Company" Vice President Dick Cheney during interview says,"We've operated within the bounds of the Constitution. The president has the responsibility as well as the authority to do what needs to be done and we've been doing it." 16:22:25 Snyder is joined by former federal prosecutor Andy McCarthy live in the studio and by criminal defense attorney Theodore Simon live from a remote location. They discuss the White House defending secret domestic spying program. 16:27:37 Preview video 16:32:06 CNBC's Margaret Brennan reports the latest on the stock market during CNBC's Market Wrap. Graphic with supers depicting stock market closing totals. Exterior day various shots General Electric sign. Medium shot NBC building New York City, New York. Various close ups of google.com. Exterior day various shots oil refinery. 16:33:18 Interior medium shot Republican Vermont Governor Jim Douglas at podium says,"I was appalled at the modesty of the sentence for a child rapist. I think the victim needs to be respected more, I think our communities need better protection, and I was very, very disappointed in that sentence" 2006-01-13. Interior Vermont various shots convicted child rapist Mark Hulett in courtroom. 16:34:16 Snyder is joined by Vermont criminal defense attorney Tom Sherrer and Republican Vermont State Representative Duncan Kilmartin live from Vermont. They discuss Vermont Judge Edward Cashman is asked to reconsider sex offender's sentence. Interior various shots of Cashman. Graphic with insert of Cashman. Graphic with insert of Cashman. Various shots of Cashman seated at bench. 16:39:50 Preview video 16:43:59 Clips from NBC's"Dateline" of men walking into a kitchen. 16:44:23 Dateline NBC preview on an upcoming story (scheduled for broadcast on 2006-02-03 at 21:00:00) on sexual predators on the Internet including the location of Riverside County, California. Please see NY-DL-20060203. 16:48:44 Preview video 16:53:06"Closing Argument" segment. Graphic with insert still of seven year old found beaten to death Nixzmary Brown. Exterior night snot Brown's stepfather Cesar Rodriguez in police handcuffs. Graphic with header,"Stepfather Defense Himself," with super,"A handful? I don't want to say she deserved it, but ? [Nixzmary] gave me so much trouble? I probably used all my force?" Graphic plug for Cesar Rodriguez. Exterior day New York City, New York medium shot pallbearers carry casket of Brown into church. Interior wide shot priest walking. Exterior day medium shot pallbearers carry casket of Brown out of church. Graphic with header,"Judge's Take," with supers,"1. Better Coordination,""2. Make Public More Aware of Signs of Child Abuse,""3. Educate Kids About Signs of Child Abuse,""4. Rethink When to Take Child From His/Her Family,""5. Child Social Workers Need More Training, better Psychological Profile of Child Abusers." Stills of Brown. 16:59:01"Your Rebuttal" segment. Graphic with supers of viewers' responses.