Topics and Guests: May 6

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Two mothers testified under oath that they had no problem letting their young sons share a bed with Michael Jackson (search). FOX News legal analyst Jim Hammer was in court Friday and he’ll join us live with the details.

Plus, shocking new details about the tall tale runaway bride Jennifer Wilbanks (search) told police. Could this lie lead to criminal charges? We’ll investigate.

And an FBI blunder set serial killer, Jeremy Brian Jones (search) free, and it may have cost four other women their lives. The relatives of his victims are furious. We’ll talk with Richard Greenwall, whose daughter Amanda was abducted and murder in March of 2004, as well as Rob Endres, whose wife was killed in April of 2004.

We’ll also tell you about the mysterious disappearance of a California woman, Patricia Freeman-Wright (search). She got into her car in March, and then vanished! Could her bank account provide police with an important clue? Her daughter and a lead investigator weigh in.

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