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Folks,It looks to be a highly emotional show later today as I return to the airwaves with an all-star lineup of guests."Crime and Punishment" is heard across the Corus and Rawlco radio networks in 11 Canadian cities and 6 different provinces. The show airs live every Sunday from 1-4 p.m. CST.If you'd like to get show previews like this sent directly to your e-mail inbox every Saturday evening, please click HERE
to sign up for my website mailing list. It's quick, easy and free.Here's a look at this week's show.CONFIRMED GUESTS:TYLER PELKE
- Pelke will join me live in studio for an interview you do not want to miss. It has been 17 years since the Manitoba resident suffered through one of the most horrific attacks you will ever hear about - he was bound with rope, sexually assaulted, had his throat slit and then doused with gasoline and set on fire. He somehow managed to survive, while his good friend was killed. Remarkably, Pelke recently made a trip out to Alberta to meet face-to-face with the man who is now serving a life sentence for the shocking attacks. Even more remarkable were the words Pelke uttered to his attacker - "I forgive you". This promises to be one of the more emotional stories you will ever hear. You can also click HERE
to read a full story on this case.ELYSIA MURRELL
- Her sister, Tania, was just six-years old when she was least seen by her teacher leaving her school to walk one and a half blocks to her home for lunch. While she normally walked with her five-year old brother, that day she did not wait for him. She never arrived at home and shortly after the alarm was sounded. What followed was the largest door-to-door search in Edmonton history, but despite the massive effort, no clues whatsoever were unearthed to indicate what had happened to her. Now nearly 24 years later, she has still not been seen or heard from. Elysia Murrell will discuss this tragic case as part of the exclusive "Lost Children" series which is done monthly on "Crime and Punishment". Click HERE
to read more on Tania's disappearance.JONATHAN JENKINS
- Police reporter with the Toronto Sun, will discuss the bizarre and extremely tragic double-murder of two women in Markham, Ontario this week. Julie Crocker, 33, and Paula Menendez, 34, were found slain in Crocker’s home early Monday morning.Later that day, Christopher Little, 35, from whom Crocker was separated after about nine years of marriage, was charged with two counts of first-degree murder. Police say Menendez’s estranged husband, Toronto radio sportscaster Rick Ralph, was an acquaintance of Crocker’s, but media reports suggest the two were dating. Click HERE
for link to full story.ROCKY KROGFOSS
- He says your home alarm system is virtually useless unless you have one of his products protecting your phone lines. Krogfoss, president of Communication Line Guard, will discuss several recent high-profile heists where thieves made off with the goods after cutting phone lines. Krogfoss will discuss his product, a steel barrier which will be built around your lines and ensure thieves can't defeat your expensive alarm system. You can read more about this by clicking HERE
.OTHER HOT-BUTTON STORIES WE WILL DISCUSSNATIONAL
-12 yr old saskatchewan girl found guilty of setting woman on fire-saskatchewan man gets 8 years for horrific sex crimes-media seeks access to murder tapes in store clerk slaying after man found guilty-quebec car bombing injures police officer-the controversy over karla homolka's treatment in hospital-stephen harper admits he's handpicking judges to suit conservative agenda-elderly winnipeg man recovering following hospital cleaver attack-james driskell wrongful conviction, compensation-car thieves put damper on soldier's homecoming-almost one in 5 violent incidents occurred in workplace, study finds-trevis smith plans to appeal sex assault conviction-ontario woman jailed over daughter's murder fights to sue pathologist-pickton trial update-truscott review ends-mother of police officer killed by drunk driver named president of maddINTERNATIONAL
-texas man who saved children from fire is sent to jail for starting it-utah mall shooter a bosnia refugee-suspect arrested in attack on nobel laureate-ohio parents who caged kids get 2 years prison-ernest zundel gets 5 years for denying holocaust-yoga teacher found guilty of stripper's murder-revenge plot alleged in homeless woman's burning-jailhouse "houdini" gets death sentence-woman, 84, confesses to sex with 11-year-old boy-fleeced flock hopes crooked pastor gets the max-police say attackers videotaped homeless beating-u.s. marine sentenced to 8 years for killing iraqi civilian-daughter of us supreme court justice charged with drunk driving-killing at philadelphia board meeting-man to face child cruelty charges over laced soup-married new york police officers charged in shooting-long island students decry firing over duck hostage video threat-snorkeler mistaken for rodent, shot in face, man chargedLIGHTER SIDE OF THE LAW
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