Crime Watch Daily devoted pretty much their entire episode to Sarah and Amina's murder and it's now on their website.
They claim "exclusive access" to never before seen home videos- which is technically true as far as national tv is concerned- but they were shown on the Price of Honor documentary. (And only some of the home videos were never seen before- I recognized some footage from The Hunt airing and other tv specials).
I also do have to nitpick that once again all these one-hour specials focus a lot on the beforehand- and obviously that's important- but the fugitive profile of Said himself I've never been entirely satisfied with in any of those shows (with the exception of the Price of Honor documentary and of all things a Fox News special, which did go into detail about possible locations and such). it's usually all these shows tell the story for 45 minutes and then devote only about one minute of clues to Said. I'd like to see one show do more about the possibility of him driving a taxi in NYC, about him possibly hanging out in Hookah Bars in Little Egypt, about whether he could be hiding in plain sight in Texas as well and delve more into the possibilities.
With that being said, if you've never seen The Price of Honor, the segment is worth watching and I'm thankful to Crime Watch Daily for devoting an episode to a still unsolved fugitive/murder case. (I've seen so many one-hour special episodes of the show devoted to already solved cases from Dateline NBC or other tv newsmagazine shows- so this was very good.)
Sad to say but I have a bad feeling this is going to be another bad guy that's not caught. Even if there wasn't a current political climate with the U.S. and Middle East countries right now, the sad fact is the places he is likely to be at do not view what he did as wrong. As a result, they won't turn him over to the U.S. I hope I'm proven wrong but I sadly feel that I won't be on this one.
I will admit I get more and more disheartened by the day- unlike other fugitives the trail seems to be cold- but I do think a lot depends on whether he's in a middle eastern country or not.
Even in the Middle East, it could depend on where he is considering the violence and unrest that sometimes goes on. I could see a scenario where he gets killed during a violent attack in his region.
I stress I'm not actively rooting for that to happen- I want to see him brought to trial and hopefully given the death penalty- just giving scenarios for how this case could still in theory end.
Well the scenario of him being killed in an attack isn't that far off since Said is from the Sinai region in Egypt and there is ongoing fighting with extremists there. But I feel he's still in the states or living in Cairo, the capital of Egypt.