Guests and Topics: July 15

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Friday, July 15

We’ll go live to Aruba for the very latest in the Natalee Holloway (search) investigation. Natalee’s aunt, Linda Allison, joins Sean and Alan with an update on her niece’s disappearance.

Then, the prime suspect in the case remains in police custody — but with little evidence, no new leads and time running out, will the investigation turn into a cold case? Aruban defense attorney Chris Lejeuz and Westchester County District Attorney Jeanine Pirro join the discussion.

And, was Valerie Plume (search) really a covert agent? A former CIA (search) operative took issue with her identification as an "undercover agent," saying that she worked for more than five years at the agency's headquarters in Langley, VA and that most of her neighbors and friends knew that she was a CIA employee. Former CIA Officer Fred Rustmann weighs in.

Also, China's Major General Zhu Chenghu (search) said it could use a nuclear weapon against the United States if there is war over Taiwan! Lt. Col. Bill Cowan and Washington Times (search) national security reporter Bill Gertz have more on this shocking story.

These stories and much more... Don't miss the debate tonight!

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