The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio – Tuesday, June 10, 2008 – Guests Include Aden McEvoy, Rhonda Wheelus, Robin Sax, Pat Brown and Dr. Clint Van Zandt
On Tonight’s Dana Pretzer Show, Dana will discuss today’s ruling on the Becca McEvoy Case, and other topics.
- Aden McEvoy and Rhonda Wheelus – On The Becca McEvoy case court ruling today
- Robin Sax – LA County Deputy DA on the McEvoy case court ruling
- Pat Brown – Criminal Profiler on the Nick Hogan tape controversy
- Dr. Clint Van Zandt – Discussing a double-child murder in small-town Oklahoma
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Posted June 10, 2008 by Scared Monkeys
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Looking forward to the update on Becca McEvoy.
If there’s time to talk to Pat a bit about the psychology of victim blaming, I hope Dana will ask her. I’m thinking of the juror discussed on Dana’s last show who said the police officer murdered “knew what he was getting into” when he became a cop. As if that someone means the killer should get a lighter sentence. I don’t get it. We’ve become a nation of idiots who blame someone else for everything, never holding people accountable. We spend a lot of time rationalizing and justifiying our bad behavior.
Oops. “someone” in my second sentence above should be SOMEHOW.
I look forward to hearing Pat Brown. She is very sharp!
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Enjoyed the show, Dana and guests. Glad to hear Becca’s case is moving forward. Privacy — as technology makes it easier to record things people say and do, this becomes more of an issue. Used to be that the National Enquirer would report these things; now we have major media outlets picking up the ball and running with it. I’d guess that legislators will eventually have to address these issues.
My first thought when I heard about these two young girls is that it was a message to someone — like I can get to your family and I will. May just be a “subhuman” though as Dana refers to it.
Want to remind people that those who harm children, abuse spouses, or engage in other forms of violence often start young and often start by torturing and/or killing animals. Don’t dismiss such behavior as a “phase” or “youth”. It’s serious and will most likely escalate.
Hello everyone -
I received this email from Becca’s Cousin. She’s asking for coverage on Becca’s case. I just wanted to update everyone and remind them of Becca. – Thanks Cherry
I am the cousin of Becca McEvoy and was hoping you might do a story on her case.We are hoping to bring attention back to the case of Rebecca McEvoy. In hopes that we might get some help in improving the laws and the current errors in the system as we fight for justice in her case.
Becca died while awaiting trial for being sexually assaulted by her x stepfather/cop Bob Ingle.In Jan.2008, Rebecca passed away due to the result of a car accident she was in on Jan.4,2008 with her biological father Aden McEvoy also, a Chickasaw, Al. cop.
Her case goes to trial on Sept. 22, 2008 and although it is going forward due to the Crawford V’ Washington a lot of the crucial evidence is being thrown out due to her death. Rebecca had police statements & DHR counseling & evidence that has already been thrown out due to this right to cross examine.
The Judge here is going by the Supreme Courts standards though they are all mixed-up if you ask me.Why does the perpetrators get all the rights and the victim’s have none.We are currently contacting the Federal Congressmen and anybody who might help bring change for children such as our beloved Rebecca McEvoy.
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