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CrimeLine with Jon Leiberman LIVE – Inside the case of Charles Lindbergh

Live show is over, but you can go to the CrimeLine tab above and watch it at any time.   

Thanks, Jon for reminding everyone about missing Shane Fell!

Jon Leiberman, an Emmy award-winning investigative correspondent and producer who is currently the investigative reporter with Howard 100 News for the Howard Stern Show on Sirius XM, is hosting “CrimeLine With Jon Leiberman” and you can watch it live  at the Missing Persons of America website on June 13, 2012 at 2:00 PDT. 

Not only can you watch, you can participate and ask questions. 

To watch the show, please click on the “CrimeLine” tab on the top of the page at the day and time of the show.  The show will start automatically when it is scheduled to come on.

Make sure you mark your calendars for this event AND if you have not already, please subscribe through RSS or Tweeter or join the Missing Persons of America Facebook Fanpage and you will receive reminders of this event and future CrimeLine shows with Jon Leiberman about missing persons scheduled to appear at this website.

If you have an idea for an upcoming show or if you are family or close friend of a missing person and you would like to be on the show, just let me know at and I will let Jon know.

June 13th show 
Jon will be be talking about the abduction and murder of the infant son of world famous aviator Charles A. Lindbergh with author Robert Zorn.

Robert Zorn, after his father’s death in 2006 embarked on a research odyssey in search of clues that will unlock the mystery behind the “Crime of the Century.” Aided by legendary FBI profilers, geographic profilers, optical handwriting recognition experts, researchers of psychopathic personality, and members of the long-deceased mastermind’s own family, Robert uncovers compelling evidence that points squarely in the direction of his father’s former Bronx neighbor as the kidnapper who had lusted after the opportunity to show the world that he was as powerful and great as Lindbergh.”

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