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How To Curate The FBI 'Most Wanted' List

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With Osama Bin Laden's death last year, a place opened up on the FBI's "Ten Most Wanted Fugitives" list. This week that spot was filled by Eric Justin Toth, who is wanted on child pornography charges. Audie Cornish speaks with Kevin Perkins, who oversees the bureau's Criminal Investigative Division, about Toth and what criteria the FBI considers when selecting a new addition to the "Most Wanted" list.
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