America's Most Wanted celebrates their 1000th capture of a fugitive.
Check out this green tip from John Walsh of "America's Most Wanted."
Moderator Geraldo Rivera and AMW host John Walsh talk about the new responsibilities of today's parents when it comes to keeping their children safe. Walsh discusses the intelligence and methodology of predators.
AMW host John Walsh tells moderator Geraldo Rivera how he copes with the sheer volume of tips and requests for help submitted to the show's hotline and website.
Moderator Geraldo Rivera and AMW host John Walsh talk about media fixation on missing white victims versus cases involving children of color. Walsh says there is a bias and that missing children of color are rarely covered by the mainstream media.
AMW host John Walsh discusses the Adam Walsh Act with moderator Geraldo Rivera. Walsh says you have to take the gloves off in order to keep politicians motivated to pass this type of bi-partisan legislation and secure the funding it needs for success.
AMW host John Walsh tells moderator Geraldo Rivera how he copes with the psychic burden of the murder of his son, Adam. Walsh says he uses the show as a bully pulpit to be the voice of the voiceless in order to "catch the uncatchable."
AMW host John Walsh tells moderator Geraldo Rivera how he feels when his show solves cases that don't get the attention they deserve. Walsh says there is an aspect of "legal vengeance" when solving dead-end cases like the capture of murderer Paul Merhige.
AMW host John Walsh tells moderator Geraldo Rivera about his trip to earthquake ravaged Port-Au-Prince, Haiti, dealing with homeless orphans and children separated from their parents. Walsh says the situation in Haiti left him "profoundly sad."
Moderator Geraldo Rivera asks AMW host John Walsh how he's managed to stay on the air for so long, despite being canceled once. Walsh says public outrage to get the show back on the air made it the shortest cancellation in the history of television.
Moderator Geraldo Rivera asks AMW host John Walsh if crimes against women and children are rising in America or if the reporting is just better. Walsh says America has a particular breed of criminals and "culture of violence" versus the rest of the world.