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June 4th, 2013
09:30 AM ET

Marine reservist kidnapped in Mexico, FBI seeks public's help – CNN's Chris Lawrence reports

Federal agents are now looking into the disappearance of a Marine Corps reservist who was kidnapped last month in Mexico.

The FBI says Corporal Armando Torres III was abducted along with his father and uncle by armed men at a ranch in La Barranca, Mexico on May 14th.

They have not been seen or heard from since.

– CNN's Chris Lawrence reports

READ MORE: Marine reservist kidnapped in Mexico, FBI seeks public's help

Filed under: Kidnapping
May 13th, 2013
07:49 AM ET

CNN’s Martin Savidge speaks to the brothers of kidnapping suspect Ariel Castro in a CNN exclusive

CNN Exclusive: Pedro and Onil Castro speaking publicly for the first time about their brother Ariel and the ten years of torture he allegedly inflicted on his victims. Castro’s brothers discuss the impact his madness has had on them with CNN’s Martin Savidge.

READ MORE: CNN Exclusive: Castro brothers say Ariel 'fooled' them

Filed under: Crime • Kidnapping
May 9th, 2013
09:39 AM ET

Dr. Lolly McDavid and Fmr. Special Victims ADA Roger Canaff on the psychological ramifications of abductions

Investigators feverishly looking for answers as new details continue to emerge regarding what went on inside the Seymour Avenue house.

UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital Medical Director Dr. Lolly McDavid and Fmr. Special Victims ADA Roger Canaff weigh in on Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight reintegrating into society.

READ MORE: Ohio captive to police: Suspect punched me in the stomach until I miscarried

Filed under: Crime • Kidnapping • Ohio Missing Women Found
January 17th, 2013
12:58 PM ET

Fmr. FBI negotiator Chris Voss suggests Algeria kidnappers may be looking for money

Chris Voss, fmr. FBI kidnapping negotiator, weighs in on the motivations for kidnappers in Algeria.

Filed under: Algeria • Kidnapping
January 17th, 2013
11:35 AM ET

Rep. King: Obama gun orders move may be effort to garner base support, Algeria rescue 'would be complex'

This morning on "Starting Point," Rep. Peter King (R-NY) admits that though he's in favor of President Obama's executive orders on gun control, he believes the move is politically motivated.

"I basically support what the president is trying to do," Rep. King says. "I'm an outlier on that. Having said that, I think he built up great expectations about the executive orders."

"I think the president is trying to get political support here from his base, maybe he feels it strengthens him going into negotiations with the Republicans on - or the fiscal issues," Rep. King says.

Rep. King also weighs in on the hostage situation in Algeria. See his comments in the video below.

Filed under: Gun control • Gun violence • Kidnapping