January 29, 2010

Websites mentioned on tonight's show...

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Pamela   January 29th, 2010 10:11 pm ET

I have made several donations to the Red Cross for Haiti relief. I would not give one cent to anything Sean Penn is affilated with...

V. Cherisma   January 29th, 2010 11:16 pm ET

why haitian U.S citizens family cannot bring their kids here and other can?

A. Smith, Oregon   January 29th, 2010 11:29 pm ET

Larry King, Kudos and Thank you for your in depth reporting and help towards the Haitian relief causes.

Please consider having your staff vet various Haitian Children Sponsor organizations for people that chose not to adopt a child, however they wish to help support a child there in Haiti.

There must be at least a full dozen creditable Sponsor Haitian Children organizations. Please include in the worthy organizations vetted by CNN, those Sponsors which CNN feels are operated with honesty and integrity.


Mike   January 30th, 2010 7:20 pm ET

Thanks for a great show. Beyond Borders is an excellent organization with a staff that gives 110% all the time.

Thanks Larry!

James Leonard   January 31st, 2010 1:10 am ET

Dear Larry, My wife and I have seen only reporters and victims for the past two weeks on television. Larry where is the President of Hati, where are the ministers who will make the difference in creating the future for the country. As much as you and I and Anderson Cooper want to see a better future, the reality is the government will, and where are they, and what are they saying. Everyone who donated wants to hear now from them!! The "story" is who are they, where are they, and what are they willing to say and committ to. Thats the story.. that and not our well meaning sentiment is the real story!! thanks James

randa   February 1st, 2010 2:13 am ET

Where are the "red cross" pins that all the celebrities are wearing, from? Do you get them from donations, purchase them? or do you have to be a celebrity?

Jon   February 2nd, 2010 10:25 pm ET

Why don't the do gooders reach out to all the children in need in the US? Why go to Hati? Does not glorify them enough? The money they spent with circus could have been much better spent taking care of children in need in the US. Very selfish indeed

Huner   February 2nd, 2010 10:29 pm ET


This has to be strangest bunch of church goers, family members detained and they show no emotions? There is so much behind their so-called intentions to help these Haitian children. This is a real shame and I am not fooled one bit by their religious cover-up. They have an ulterior motive and it is malicious! I hope the US government stays out of this matter and the children are safely returned to their family and friends!

Cindy   February 3rd, 2010 12:08 am ET

I'm not so sure about your comment "show no emotions." If you recall, the young Christian lady who lost her leg and was interviewed on various TV programs showed no emotion either. Maybe it's a sign of strength rather than a sign of guilt.

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