The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio – Wednesday, May 28, 2008 – Guests Include Pat Brown, Denise Brown, Wendy Murphy, Connie Park and Wade Jones
This week Dana welcomes the following guests:
- Pat Brown, criminal profiler, discussing travel safety and crimes against tourists
- Denise Brown, victim’s rights and domestic violence expert discussing the 14th Annual Candlelight Vigil In Memory of Nicole Brown and all Victims of Violence
- Wendy Murphy, former District Attorney, Law Professor, Sex Crimes expert and author of the book And Justice For Some: An Expose of the Lawyers and Judges Who let Dangerous Criminals Go Free discussing “gag orders” and whether they deny freedom of speech and freedom of the press
- Connie Park, Houston Police Department Code Case Detective discussing Officer Rodney Johnson’s Last Call
- Wade Jones, owner of a sweet potato that looks like Barack Obama. Is this a sign of good luck for that candidate?
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Posted May 28, 2008 by Scared Monkeys
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Another great show. As mentioned in another post, I’d like to hear Pat talk about victim blaming.
Wendy, Paris Hilton and her mom are probably the only people who think they can question or challenge a Judge. Most of us don’t know the law well enough to know when he’s out of line. Very informative.
Denise, a casually worded comment on another site resulted in some sarcasm about marriage having victims. I responded with 3 names: Nicole, Stacy and Lisa
Connie — Can’t thank you enough for bringing this story to us. I’ve already expressed myself on the radio page and Dana’s commentary. I’m going to add Women In Crime Ink to my favs list and e-mail the link to friends.
Wade, you lightened up the night. You’re a nut, but I was laughing with you. I think.