OBL's Killing and the FBI's Most Wanted List


United States President Barack Obama visited Afghanistan this week and marked the one-year anniversary of Osama Bin Laden's death. 

Bin Laden had been on the FBI's Most Wanted List since 1999.  His death left a vacancy on the list.

It as only filled on April 10th of this year by Eric Toth-- a teacher accused of producing child pornography. 
The FBI's Most Wanted List has an interesting history and today's list looks nothing like it once did. Brad Garrett is a retired FBI agent who nabbed and interrogated two men who'd been on that list.  He spoke with Brent from Washington, DC.
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