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Two of the suspects in Natalee Holloway's (search) disappearance have been released: Paul van der Sloot was set free on Sunday and Steven Croes (search) was released Monday, after a judge ruled authorities did not have enough evidence against him.

We'll get reaction from Croes and his mother, Imelda Statia.

The frantic search for the missing teen has been underway for four weeks. We'll get an update on the search from Natalee's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty, and stepfather George "Jug" Twitty.

Plus, are Aruban authorities in danger of losing control of the case? Mariaine Croes, spokesperson for the prosecution, weighs in.

And, when Paul van der Sloot was released he waived his right not to testify against his son, Joran. Could he be called to take the stand if this case goes to trial? We'll ask Aruban attorney, Arlene Ellis Schipper.

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