Good Evening! There are new legal troubles for polygamous sect leader Warren Jeffs. Tonight, a Texas grand jury has indicted the fallen prophet on sexual assault charges. Five of his followers also face charges. The alleged victims are girls under the age of 17. The FLDS runs the Yearning for Zion ranch near Eldorado, Texas. Sounds familiar, doesn't? That's the ranch Texas authorities raided in April, taking away more than 400 children who were later reunited with their families. They were returned after the Texas Supreme Court ruled the state had no right to remove the children and didn't have another evidence their were in imminent danger of abuse. This story just broke. We'll have the latest on the new charges tonight on 360°.
We're also tracking Hurricane Dolly.
Just hours ago the storm gained hurricane strength in the Gulf of Mexico. It's expected to hit land along the Mexico-Texas border. 360's Gary Tuchman is on the scene. We'll check in with him tonight to see how residents are preparing for torrential rains and high winds.
And, fighting words today from both John McCain and Barack Obama. The sticking issue: is the surge in Iraq the reason violence is down? Obama says no. McCain says yes. We've got the raw politics.
Plus, 911 tapes released in a murder mystery case. Just who killed Nancy Cooper? The North Carolina mom was found murdered last week. Her body was found in a subdivision under development. Do the tapes offer new clues? We'll let you be the judge.
All that and more tonight on 360° at 10pm ET.
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