Karla Homolka, Sandusky Trial & Connect Goodbye
After 642 shows, tonight Connect will connect with you for one last time. We'll talk to the journalist who tracked down Karla Homolka. Paula Todd found Homolka living in the Caribbean under a different name with a husband and three young children. Tonight we're asking why can't we let Karla go? And will we ever be able to accept the justice that was served? The jury in the Jerry Sandusky trial continues to deliberate - one day after a bombshell was dropped. After the jury was sequestered, the rest of the world heard that Sandusky's adopted son had come forward with allegations that he was abused by the former football coach. We'll have the latest from outside the courthouse tonight. And don't miss our final farewell - as we celebrate some of our best Connect moments. Thanks for watching! And Stay Connected.
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Zero Tolerance, Sandusky Trial & Online Hoax
A teacher in Edmonton was suspended for giving kids a zero. Tonight we're asking are we coddling our children, and creating a generation of zeroes?