Topics and Guests: January 16
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Police in Alabama and Georgia are searching for two murder suspects who escaped from jail after overpowering guards, wounding one with a makeshift knife. We'll get the latest on the manhunt!
Four violent crimes in five days: What in the world is happening at Miami University in Ohio? We'll get an update from Dave Clark, reporter for The Oxford Press.
Then, an inside look at Beth Holloway Twitty's private journal. What did a gardener say in court that sent Deepak Kalpoe running for the phone? Natalee Holloway's mother will tell us what she knows!
And, a passenger on board the ship asked a very suspicious question the morning George Smith disappeared. Did he know more than he should have about evidence found on the boat? And how can his question help police? We'll get the lowdown from Greta's panel of legal eagles:
• Jim Hammer, former San Francisco assistant district attorney
• Bernie Grimm, criminal defense attorney
• Ted Williams, criminal defense attorney
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