The Dana Pretzer Show On Scared Monkeys Radio – Sunday, December 21, 2008 – Tonight’s Guests: ADA Robin Sax, Tim Miller of Texas EquuSearch, Victims’ Right Advocate Wendy Murphy and Author Diane Fanning
Tune in tonight LIVE at 9:00 eastern as Dana Pretzer welcomes the following guests:
- ADA Robin Sax – She will be discussing her new book “Predators and Child Molesters: What Every Parent Needs to Know to Keep Kids Safe”
- Wendy Murphy, a victims’ rights, sex crimes, violence against women and children advocate and the author of “And Justice for Some” will be discussing the Casey Anthony case and the recent events in the discovery of Caylee Anthony.
- Author Diane Fanning will be discussing her new book “The Pastors Wife” the story of the Mary Winkler case. She has also just signed a contract to write a book on the Anthony case
- Tim Miller of Texas EquuSearch will be discussing the Caylee Anthony case.
The family is coming out and talking about the abuse that existed in the Winkler marriage that caused Mary Winkler to murder her husband, Mathew Winkler. The family claims that Mary Winkler was abused, physically, emotionally and sexually.
Mary Winkler, accused of killing her Pastor husband Matthew Winkler, was let of of jail today on a $750K bond. She is accused of murdering him with aÃ‚ single shotgun blast.
At this mornings court appearance, Mary Winkler waives rights to a preliminary hearing and also to bond. She will go back to jail and await the outcome of the grand jury as to indictments against her for the murder of her husband, Matthew Winkler. (Fox TV)
(More at Missing & Exploited)
The attorney for Mary Winkler says his client is very depressed and very sad. Winkler was very somber during her court appearance the other day. With all the speculation as to the motive and the manner of the murder of her husband; Mary Winkler’s condition is some what understandable.
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Mary Winkler waived extradition and will return to Tennessee to face first-degree murder charges in his death of her husband, Pastor Matthew Winkler.
(More at Missing & Exploited a long with Arrest Warrant)
The wife of a slain Tennessee minister has confessed to killing her husband Matthew Winkler. She has agreed to be extradited back to Tennessee.