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New witnesses emerge in Aruba (search) with shocking stories about the night Natalee Holloway vanished. We'll find out why police are taking them seriously and where the investigation is focused from Jossy Mansur, Diario managing editor.
Plus, we'll get reaction from Natalee's uncle, Paul Reynolds.
A judge makes several important rulings in the Holloway case. We'll break them down with Greta's legal eagles:
• Arlene Ellis Schipper, Aruban attorney
• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney
Investigators in Aruba are searching a landfill on the southern part of the island. What led them to the landfill and what are they looking for? We'll ask Tim Miller, director of Equusearch, and volunteer searcher, Robert Cook.
All four suspects in last week's failed London terror bombings are in custody. What led to the arrests? Bill Gertz, national security reporter for The Washington Times, weighs in.
And, the frantic search continues in Philadelphia for a missing pregnant woman. We'll tell you whose house police searched today.
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"On the Record with Greta Van Susteren" is a one-hour news and analysis program involving a diverse component of newsmaker interviews anchored by distinguished journalist and renowned trial lawyer Greta Van Susteren.
"On the Record" capitalizes on Van Susteren's experience, fairness and inquisitive manner in exploring the issues of the day with her trademark hard hitting and provocative questions.
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