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The FBI has confirmed that the human remains found in western Montana last week are those of 9-year-old Dylan Groene.

As more grisly details emerge about the alleged abduction of 8-year-oldShasta Groene (search) and her 9-year-old brother Dylan why didn't the judicial system coordinate better to keep a convicted sex offender like Joseph Edward Duncan behind bars? We'll investigate.

Plus, the British clearly deal differently with those who espouse the teaching of radical Islam. Could their more liberal legal policies have been a factor in last Thursday's deadly terror attacks?

Also, we'll tell you about two young American girls caught up in the London terror attacks.

Stay with FOX News for the continuing coverage of the terror attacks in London.

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