Dana Pretzer Show- Special Guests: Jay Paul Deratany, Kevin Miles & Wade Jones
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9:00 pm: Jay Paul Deratany (Melinda Duckett family attorney)
9:30 pm: Kevin Miles (Central Ohio Crime Stoppers)
9:45 pm: Wade Jones (The Elvis cup guy)
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Listen tonight as the Melinda Duckett family attorney, Jay Paul Detratany, discusses the recent law suit filed against Nancy Grace. He will discuss the merits of the law suit and the role of the media.
Also Kevin Miles, the President of the Central Ohio Crime Stoppers weighs in with his side of the story regarding the Popovich reward money law suit and his recent reported attack by an individual with a baseball bat.
We will also have some light hearted fun and humor with the “Elvis Cup” guy. Trust me and listen to this one, it will be funny.
Posted November 24, 2006 by Scared Monkeys
Bloggers, Crime, Joe Mammana, Media, Podcast | 6 comments
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I saw on Fox news a few days ago that Melinda Duckett was seen at a fast food place on the day in question by the lady in the drive through and Trenton was with her. They said in a little while Melinda came through again and Trenton wasn’t in the car, so they said they think he may be alive.
I don’t agree with the lawsuit being filed, but I certainly did agree with the fact that the interview was played too much after and CNN was at fault for something for doing that. Maybe because money is now involved the MSM will take notice.
I missed the show due to not home during the show. Will there be an available download of the show? TIA
Past shows and commentaries can be found at http://www.scaredmonkeys.com/radio
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Nancy Grace gets angry and critical when she doesn’t like the answers she’s getting or if she’s not getting answers. Unfortunately, this is inappropriate with the parent of a missing child. Her suspicions and concerns could have been expressed in a respectful and considerate way. I do recall Nancy getting angry with another mother whose child was missing and the mother wasn’t able to tell her where the stepfather was the night the daughter disappeared. The mother started sobbing and Nancy backed off. As I recall, the stepfather, it turned out, was involved in the death of the daughter, so Nancy’s instincts in this case were right. The media, however, should try to ascertain the facts and present them clearly. They should ask tough questions more often. The parent of a missing child, however, should not be interrogated by a news show host or reporter. They need ratings to stay on the air, but they need to do it responsibly. I pray that little Trenton is found safe and well.
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