Saturday marks 12 years since retired FBI agent Bob Levinson of Coral Springs was last seen in Iran. He now has the dubious distinction of being the longest held American hostage. His wife Christine says they have received reports he is alive and they're holding out hope he will be returned home safely. South Florida Congressman Ted Deutch is introducing the "Robert Levinson Hostage Taking Accountability Act" strengthening U-S government policy in hostage taking and authorizing sanctions on those who engage in hostage taking. The FBI is offering a 5-million-dollar reward leading to Levinson. He is turning 71-years-old this weekend.
His youngest daughter is getting married and would like to have her father walk her down the aisle. Christine Levinson says she is praying her wishes come true.