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We're live in Aruba where today police searched the home of one of the last people to see Natalee Holloway (search) alive. We'll get reaction on the frantic investigation from Natalee's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty.
And, the three suspects being held in connection with Natalee's disappearance appeared in court today. What happened inside the courtroom and how long can authorities keep the boys in jail without charging them with a crime? Local attorney Lincoln Gomez weighs in on the Aruban legal process.
Plus, what happened the night Natalee vanished? Greta retraces Natalee's steps and takes us to a popular nightclub where she was last seen.
Then, more than two months after her death, Florida medical examiners release Terri Schiav's (search) autopsy results and reveal that Terri's brain was so severely damaged she could never have recovered. So why doesn't her family believe the results? We'll ask Schindler family attorney David Gibbs. And, forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden joins Greta to break down the report.
Also, Jackson jury foreman Paul Rodriguez joins us with a behind-the-scenes look at what happened inside jury deliberations.
And, a family on a road trip to New York vanishes without a trace. They ran into car trouble in Texas and haven't been heard from since. Greta investigates their mysterious disappearance with Durango Police Detective Rita Warfield.
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