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Mike McIntyre talks crime and punishment at the News Café

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Free Press justice reporter Mike McIntyre held a lunch-hour chat at News Café

The discussion ranged from people avoiding jury duty to mental health courts and Winnipeg homicide rates.

Watch the replay of the live event.

McIntyre joined the Free Press in 1997 and has been covering the crime beat ever since. He’s the author of five true crime books and also hosts the nationally syndicated weekend Crime and Punishment talk show on the Corus and Rawlco radio networks.

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Updated on Tuesday, March 19, 2013 at 3:01 PM CDT: Corrects date to Mar. 20

March 20, 2013 at 12:08 PM: update with live

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