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John Walsh: Official publicity photo.
One of the first members of the media given access to Ground Zero, John Walsh stands in front of the fallen twin towers on September 13, 2001.
John Walsh's son Adam was abducted and murder on July 27, 1981.
His murder started John Walsh's mission to fight for justice.
At a White House ceremony in April, 1990, President George H.W. Bush praised John Walsh as a "crime victim who refused to be further victimized."
John Walsh in front of the U.S. Capitol
in Washington, D.C.
In addition to hosting America's Most Wanted, John's mission for justice includes relentless lobbying for laws to protect our children.
John Walsh, wife Revé, and daughter Meghan with President Ronald Reagan. John worked very closely with President Reagan to win passage of the Missing Children's Assistance bill.
Just before introducing the next segment on AMW, John Walsh rides up with undercover federal law enforcement officers, posing as members of the MONGOLS motorcycle gang.
After introducing a segment, John Walsh waits for direction to lead the undercover "MONGOLS" off set.
In a secret government facility, John Walsh introduces a segment of AMW amidst confiscated motorcycles, being held as evidence until the court cases against the gang members are over.
John Walsh poses with L.A.P.D. Police Chief William Bratton, in his office.
John has known the chief for many years, including when he was the chief of the N.Y.P.D.
Standing in the homicide division, John Walsh talks with L.A.P.D. Chief William Bratton about two important AMW Cases: The hunt for a serial killer who killed 11 people since 1985, and, the manhunt to catch the killer(s) of a beloved homeless man named John McGraham.
During the week-long coverage of the tragic murders of Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson's family members, "Entertainment Tonight" interviewed John Walsh on the set of "America's Most Wanted."
John Walsh looking on with Ed and Lois Smart as their daughter, Elizabeth, plays the harp shortly after her recovery.
This was also the day that President George W. Bush signed the Amber Alert Act into law.
John Walsh official publicity photo, 1988.
John Walsh official publicity photo, 1989.
John Walsh official publicity photo, 1992.
AMW has taken John Walsh to some truly creepy locations, like this cemetery in New Orleans.
John Walsh hosting AMW from a Los Angeles gang controlled location.
This episode featured the hunt for some of the leaders of L.A.'s infamous Toonerville gang.
John Walsh from the original America's Most Wanted studio and crime center, 1988.
John Walsh and Daniel J. Travanti, during the filming of NBC's most watched Movie of the Week, "Adam." Travanti played the role of John Walsh.
The Walshes with Daniel J. Travanti and Jo Beth Williams, and others, during the filming of "Adam."
Travanti played the role of John Walsh; Williams played the role of Revé Walsh.
John Walsh testifying in Maryland on behalf of crime victims everywhere. Maryland was also the first state to creating a statewide Missing Children's Clearing House.
John Walsh introduces an AMW segment in front of the Capitol, Washington, D.C.
John Walsh introduces an AMW segment from Boston with the assistance of the Massachusetts State Police. During this show, John featured the case of elusive FBI Ten Most Wanted Fugitive James "Whitey" Bulger who is one of the most notorious accused criminals in all of Massachusetts' history.
John Walsh in an undated Fox Network publicity photo.
John Walsh on location in a gang infested area of Los Angeles.
Proud of his Irish heritage, John Walsh was featured on the cover of the September, 2003 issue of "Irish America."
This picture was featured in the issue of PEOPLE magazine where John Walsh was named one of their "50 Most Beautiful."