RITA COSBY, HOST: I'm Rita Cosby and FOX WIRE is live tonight from Modesto, California.
Topping the wires tonight we have the very latest on the strange disappearance and allegations surrounding the missing mom-to-be and her husband Scott Peterson.
COSBY: Plus, worldwide protests try to halt a potential war between the U.S. and Saddam Hussein even though chemical warheads were found in Iraq.
And, is it possible that some of Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda leaders, at least the senior ones, are hiding out in America? [...]
And we are joined now from Washington by former chief U.N. weapons inspector, Richard Spertzel, and also former U.N. weapons inspector, Tim Trevan, who is also a FOX News analyst.
Richard, I would like to start with you, because today there were some major anti war protests taking place all over the globe, including not to far from here, in San Francisco. Does the U.S. have a tough task ahead?
RICHARD SPERTZEL, FORMER CHIEF U.N. CHEMICAL INSPECTOR: Well, there is certainly momentum developing against the war with Iraq. I think, to a large extent, it's based on ignorance. They don't know what they are talking about. They don't know what the threat Iraq happens to pose.
COSBY: How big of a threat do you think it poses? [...]
[(big threat, huge threat, imminent threat)]
COSBY: Be interesting to see. Tim Trevan, Richard Spertzel, both former U.N. weapons inspectors. We very much appreciate you being here. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. Of course, we will have you back on again soon.
And we will have more on the Laci Peterson case, the case of the missing Modesto woman. We are here live in Modesto. We will have that when we come back.
And also, up next, do you think Osama bin Laden's al Qaeda leaders are hiding out here in the United States? Find out what some are saying.
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