CBS' 48 Hours to Feature the Story of Murdered U.S. Journalist Paul Klebnikov NEW YORK, April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- The story of murdered U.S. journalist Paul Klebnikov will be featured this Saturday, April 30, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on the CBS News magazine program, 48 Hours Mystery. Paul was a man who wanted to know the truth -- no matter what. As editor of Forbes Magazine in Russia, he was known as a fighter who was willing to take on the rich and powerful. Ordinary people, too, would give him information, and he started to uncover secrets, making some dangerous enemies. In the end, Paul's quest to uncover fraud and corruption might have been responsible for his death. Please watch this Saturday when "The Man Who Knew Too Much" airs on CBS' 48 Hours at 10 p.m. ET/PT (check local listings). The 48 Hours website will also feature a photo essay about Paul and a link to the Paul Klebnikov Fund. For additional information on the story or to find out more about the Paul Klebnikov Fund, go to For information on CBS News or 48 Hours: DATASOURCE: Paul Klebnikov Fund CONTACT: The Paul Klebnikov Fund, ; or Marcy Erhard of CBS News, +1-212-975-2888, Web site: