Family: Ex-boyfriend not telling whole story about Butler's disappearance
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Family: Ex-boyfriend not telling whole story about Butler's disappearance

Part 2: Pam Butler of Washington, D.C., was last seen on Feb. 12, 2009. Her mother, Thelma Butler, and brother, Derrick Butler, discuss their interactions with Pam Butler's ex-boyfriend Jose Rodriguez-Cruz both before and after the incident with The Washington Post's Anna Uhls. Rodriguez-Cruz, who police are treating as a suspect, maintained his innocence in an interview with the Washington Post, which can be found at washingtonpost.com. He declined to appear on camera. (Anna Uhls/The Washington Post)

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