A convicted serial killer on California's death row says he can show law enforcement where to find more victims. He may have been involved in as many as 70 murders in California, Nevada and Utah, but families of the missing say they're not getting help from the one place they expect it -- the San Joaquin County Sheriff's Department, reports CBS News correspondent Ben Tracy.
"What's in it for you not to bring these people home? For most of us, it's been decades. We're ready," Marie Gillit said.