Etan Patz, Brian Banks & 50 Shades of Grey
In the missing child case of Etan Patz, an arrest has finally been made. Etan's parents continue to wait for answers about what happened to their little boy. But what is it like to never really know what happened to your missing child? An author who has followed the Patz case weighs on the credibility of the confession.
And, It's been a life changing 24-hours for a former high school football star in California. Ten years ago Brian Banks was accused of rape and spent five years in jail. Yesterday, a judge exonerated him for the rape conviction that ruined his life after his accuser confessed she lied. On his first full day of his new life, Banks joins us live.
Plus, an erotic novel is now the best selling book of 2012. Fifty Shades of Grey has sold 10 million copies in just six weeks. It's raising some eyebrows for it's graphic scenes involving bondage and domination, causing some U.S. libraries to ban it. A popular romance novel blogger explains the phenomenon.
Join us tonight at 8 p.m. ET on CBC News Network.