Tonight... Get on the record!

Another purported audiotape from deposed Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein (search) was broadcast today on Arab television. The speaker, urges Iraqis to fight back against American and British troops. The voice on the tape also encouraged listeners to feel free to loot state property if that's what it takes to fight against coalition forces. The voice on the tape says that it was recorded last Sunday, July 27.

Could this tape really have been made by Saddam? Does yet another tape make the job of finding the Iraqi dictator easier? The hunt for Saddam is also intensifying... We'll talk with FOX News Foreign Affairs Analyst Mansoor Ijaz about today's new developments in the Middle East.

Plus, we'll get the latest on the hunt for Saddam from CENTCOM's (searchCpt. Jeff Fitzgibbons who is in the Middle East.

And later, one of Saddam's daughters has sat down for a television interview in Jordan. We'll tell you what she said.

Also, Greta talks with the attorney for Donna Walker (search), the woman who has been charged with posing as the long lost daughter of an Indiana family. Now that Ms. Walker has surrendered to authorities how will her attorney defend her?

Finally, our legal roundtable weighs in on the Donna Walker and the Kobe Bryant (search) sexual assault cases. Just yesterday, the judge in the Bryant case ordered the NBA star to appear in court in Colorado.

Tonight's distinguished attorneys include:

Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor

Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney and former Washington, D.C. homicide detective

Howard Srebnick, criminal defense attorney

Melinda McAllister, criminal defense attorney

Finally, may there really is such as thing as bad publicity... Just how much of a stinker is Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck's new movie Gigli (search)? We'll ask Village Voice (search) gossip columnist Michael Musto.

Catch all these stories and much, much more...

Get on the record tonight at 10 p.m. ET only on the FOX News Channel!

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