60 Minutes:Francis: Why the Pope is unlike any pontiff of modern times
This Easter, as one billion Catholics celebrate the resurrection of Christ, their Church is undergoing an historic rebirth. That's because Pope Francis is unlike any pontiff of modern times.
A drunken Grace Jones slapped Russell Harty live on air in 1981 after the presenter turned his back on her to speak to the other guests on the programme. She said she was being ignored. Fair enough.
With the final clue in hand, Jane attempts to gather the remaining Red John suspects - Gale Bertram, Bret Stiles, Reede Smith, Ray Haffner and Tom McAllister - in one place in hopes of finally revealing his identity.
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