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Monday was a success for the defense team in the George Zimmerman murder trial, said Christopher Darden, former prosecutor in the O.J. Simpson murder trial.
"If I'm a juror sitting here, watching this, just about everything the prosecution has asserted in this case has been addressed by the defense and refuted," Darden said in an interview CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper."
Looking at Monday's testimony, Darden said jurors will likely vote to acquit Zimmerman.
"Certainly the prosecution will have an opportunity to try to tie some of these loose ends up in summation, but summation is not evidence," said Darden.
"There are just huge, huge holes in the prosecution's case," said Darden.
San Francisco (CNN) - Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was flying far slower than recommended as it approached San Francisco International Airport just before its crash landing on Saturday, the head of the National Transportation Safety Board said Monday.
The Boeing 777 was traveling at approximately 106 knots (122 mph) upon impact and at about 118 knots (136 mph) 16 seconds before impact at an altitude of about 200 feet; the recommended speed upon approach is 137 knots (157 mph), Deborah Hersman told reporters.
The onboard systems warned the crew the plane was about to stall moments before the crash, according to the NTSB.
Filmmaker Josh Fox examined the natural gas industry, particularly the process known as fracking, in his first film "Gasland."
He is now following up on that Oscar-nominated 2011 documentary with a second look at the issue in “Gasland Part II.”
"This was an investigation of the government - the first film being about people lighting their water on fire - this film being about how the natural gas industry is setting our democracy on fire," Fox said in an interview with CNN’s “The Lead with Jake Tapper.”