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Watch "The Lineup," for an investigative look at America’s high-profile crimes and cases, murders and mysteries. It's Crime Time coverage on FOX News Channel!
Here are just some of the stories we’re investigating with Julie Banderas as our host Saturday:
"The Lineup" investigates the mystery of George A. Smith IV, who vanished from his honeymoon cruise in the Aegean Sea. His suspicious disappearance became international news after bloodstains were discovered in his cabin and on the rail of his stateroom's balcony. But is there enough significant forensic evidence to point to criminal involvement? We’ll talk to Smith family attorney and maritime law specialist Brett Rivkind. Plus, we’ll ask Royal Caribbean passenger Larry Bruck about what he saw and heard the night Smith went missing.
Then, the search continues for a student at the University of Houston-Downtown and there are still no leads pointing to the whereabouts of 24-year-old Nathanial Philip Hendrickson, who has been missing for almost two weeks. Hendrickson left all of his belongings in his room including a cell phone and wallet, and apparently, drove off in his car. His mother, Trish Rubin, joins"The Lineup" this weekend.
Also, Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue has joined Alabama Gov. Bob Riley in a call for Americans to boycott Aruban travel in the aftermath of Natalee Holloway's disappearance. We’ll ask Natalee’s mother, Beth Holloway Twitty, if any more state officials plan to join the boycott.
Plus, one year to the day that Scott Peterson was handed the death sentence for murdering his wife and unborn son, a defense attorney fired from Peterson's camp before the case came to trial has released a tell-all book claiming Peterson should not be on death row. Attorney Matt Dalton’s book, "What the Jury Never Knew about Laci Peterson's Murder and Why Scott Peterson Should Not Be on Death Row," says the jury didn't hear enough of the evidence that he uncovered while working on Peterson’s case. Will his revelations change the outcome of this sensational trial? We'll ask a member of Peterson's jury!
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