Topics and Guests: December 13

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There are reports of bloodstains, screams and a violent fight. What really happened inside George Smith's cruise ship cabin? His family goes "On the Record."

Plus, Smith's family says Royal Caribbean refuses to answer their questions. Will a civil suit force the cruise line to tell everything they know about his mysterious disappearance? We'll get the legal lowdown from Greta's panel of legal eagles:

• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney

Then, according to Jossy Mansur, editor of Aruban newspaper Diario, the chief prosecutor on the Natalee Holloway case may be fired later this week and the Aruban police have stopped their investigation! We'll get reaction from Natalee's father, Dave Holloway.

And, after reports that the U.S. paid for positive stories in Iraqi media, U.S. Undersecretary for Public Diplomacy Karen Hughes sets the record straight! Don't miss tonight's "On the Record."

These stories and much more! Don't miss your chance to go "On the Record" tonight!

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