Topics and Guests: June 29

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Just days after his release from jail, Paul van der Sloot (search) is speaking out and defending his son's innocence. We'll get reaction from Natalee Holloway's mother, Beth Holloway Twitty, and stepfather, George "Jug" Twitty?

Charles Croes was with Natalee Holloway's family when they first arrived in Aruba and he spoke with Joran in the early morning hours of May 31. Charles shares the incredible story that Joran told about Natalee.

Less than 24-hours after Natalee Holloway (search) disappeared, Joran van der Sloot had already constructed a lie about what happened the night she vanished. But does that mean that he is guilty? Former Los Angeles Detective Mark Fuhrman, author of "Silent Witness," weighs in.

Plus, if Natalee was murdered and her body submerged in the ocean, is there a chance that her body will never be found? We'll ask oceanographer Chris Mooers from the University of Miami and forensic pathologist, Dr. Michael Baden.

And, the frantic search for Natalee has been underway for a month. A Texas volunteer group joined the search last weekend. Have they found any sign of the missing teenager? And why did they ask the Aruban prime minister for help? We'll ask Equusearch team founder Tim Miller.

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