Canada's Mission in Libya, Casey Anthony Jury & the Ex's Wedding Dress
Libya's interim government confirmed today that bodies of Gadhafi, his son and a former defence minister have been buried in an undisclosed location, somewhere in the desert. Meanwhile, there are new questions about 53 decomposing bodies found in a hotel room, apparently Gadhafi loyalists, some of whom may have been executed by revolutionary forces. We'll have the latest from Libya tonight.
Plus, we're also taking a closer look at Canada's role in Libya and whether we should we have a say in what the future holds for Libya. Mark speaks with Retired Major-General Lewis MacKenzie.
And, we now know the names of the jurors who declared Casey Anthony not guilty. A court order which kept the names under wraps, has been lifted - two months after the trial. The move was supposed to keep jurors safe after their controversial decision. It certainly is not easy being a juror on an extremely controversial - and very public - case. Tonight we look back to the OJ Simpson trial to find out how the life of one juror, changed forever.
Plus, his wife left him. And left behind her wedding dress. So Kevin Cotter decided to put the call out on his blog -- for ideas on what to do with the dress. I bet he never expected... the answers he got. His story, tonight.
Cotter's Blog: click here.
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