Published January 13, 2015
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Saturday, April 23:
New details emerge about Jessica Lunsford's (search) final moments at the hands of convicted sex offender John Evander Couey (search). We’ll have the latest on her tragic ending. Plus, why was this monster allowed to roam free and how can we keep closer tabs on sexual predators in America? We'll investigate.
Then, Florida State Attorney Charlie Crist says it's a good idea to electronically monitor sexual predators. So what does he plan to do about it? We have the details of Crist's crusade.
Also, prosecutors suffered a key setback in the Michael Jackson (search) trial this week. Score one for Jackson? And former child star Macaulay Culkin (search) comes to the embattled pop star's defense. Score one more? We'll have highlights from the courtroom and a look-ahead at what to expect from the defense team.
Plus, what was it like working with the man who would eventually be known as the BTK (search) killer? One woman speaks out.
Sunday, April 24:
How can you protect your children from dangerous predators like the men who abducted and murdered Sarah Lunde (search) and Jessica Lunsford? (search) Child Lures Prevention Program (search) founder Ken Wooden with tips and advice on how to keep your kids safe. It’s an important "At Large" you can't afford to miss.
Plus, who's monitoring our schools? Graphic details emerge about the attack on a 16-year-old disabled girl who was dragged to the high school auditorium stage, "punched and forced to perform oral sex on at least two boys," as students watched and one videotaped her humiliation. We'll have an update on the outrageous controversy in Columbus that has parents, teachers and lawmakers in an uproar!
Then, did Usama Bin Laden (search) escape because our female military forces let him go? Some say 'yes.' We'll debate it.
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