No Grand Jury, Titanic's Band & Remembering Mike Wallace
The special prosecutor assigned to the Trayvon Martin case has decided against convening a Grand Jury, which would have decided if there is enough evidence to arrest George Zimmerman, the man who shot the unarmed teenager more than a month ago. The Martin family is hoping it's a sign the prosecutor has enough evidence to arrest Zimmerman now. Tonight we'll talk to a lawyer and break down what's happening in Florida. And we'll look at the impact of this case, with protesters who are taking up Trayvon's cause.
This week marks 100 years since the Titanic plunged to the bottom of the ocean. Tonight we're looking at the legacy of the disaster on families across generations with Christopher Ward, author of "And the Band Played On." Ward's grandfather was who was part of the band that played on the ship while it sank. Some Titanic survivors credited the band for keeping panic at bay.
And we'll reflect back on the remarkable career of veteran 60 Minutes journalist Mike Wallace, who passed away this weekend. We'll speak with journalist Beth Knobel, who worked with Wallace and knew him well.
Join us tonight at 8 p.m. ET on CBC News Network.