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Here are just some of the stories we’re investigating:
Vitale Murder Case: Tonight, the death of a prominent attorney’s wife sends shockwaves through the legal community and has authorities scrambling to answer one question: Why would someone kill Pamela Vitale (search)? Family friend and FOX News legal analyst Bob Massi has details on this sensational murder case.
A brutal slaying! A teen suspect! What led the boy described by classmates as a “Gothic” loner to unleash such a horrific act of rage? Why would he beat her to death with a strip of crown molding and then carve a Goth symbol on her back? Can he be tried as an adult for the gruesome homicide? Former prosecutor Jim Hammer weighs in.
And, with so many suspects to investigate, how did authorities crack this case wide open so quickly? Forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden takes us inside the murder scene and analyzes the evidence.
3-State Manhunt: There’s a killer on the loose and the FBI wants him captured! Have you seen Melvin Keeling (search)? Investigators say after murdering his 13-year-old neighbor, Keeling killed two store clerks at an Indiana gas station. He is also charged with sexually abusing a child. We’ll track his criminal spree and take you live to Cincinnati where investigators think Keeling may be hiding out.
Searching for Christie Wilson: Although there are several new developments in the case of the missing Sacramento woman who was last seen at the Thunder Valley Casino (search), authorities are still searching for clues to her whereabouts. There’s a suspect currently in custody, but do cops have the right guy? Christie’s mom and stepfather, Debbie and Patrick Boyd, join the show.
Natalee Holloway Case: Is there an arrest on the horizon in the case of missing Alabama teen Natalee Holloway (search)? We’ll check in with Aruba’s new deputy police chief, Gerold Dompig. Plus, Beth Holloway Twitty (search) will be here.
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