Jholie Moussa’s family is questioning why Virginia police initially handled the missing teen’s disappearance as a runaway juvenile case, which they say delayed the search for the daughter. The Alexandria child was found dead in a park nearly two weeks later. Nancy Grace is joined by victim advocate Marc Klaas, founder of the KlaasKids Foundation, lawyer and child advocate Ashley Willcott, lawyer & child advocate, private investigator Vincent Hill, and CrimeOnline.com reporter Leigh Egan to talk about Moussa’s case.
Crime Stories contributing reporter Pamela Furr updates Nancy and her experts on the investigation into several women found murdered in a 4-block area of Lumberton, N.C.
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[Feature Photo: Jholie Moussa/Handout]