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Preview for Sunday May 6 "Crime and Punishment" national radio show

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Folks,We've got a "cant-miss" show lined up for Sunday, 1-4 p.m. CST, across the Corus and Rawlco radio networks.(Don't forget you can always listen live online by clicking HERE, or catch the show after the fact by going to the following AUDIO VAULT and simply plugging in the date and time)Also, if you'd like show previews such as this e-mailed directly to you every Saturday - along with breaking news alerts on major crime and justice stories - please take a second to join my website MAILING LIST. It's quick, easy and free.Besides juggling a packed lineup of guests and topics, we'll have our eye on several developing stories including the marathon jury deliberations surrounding a high-profile Hells Angel trial in Manitoba. (Click HERE to read my story filed Saturday)Here's a look at what else is planned:CONFIRMED GUESTS:DELNORA DUPREY - Her grandson, Christopher Pittman, was just 12-years old when he murdered his other set of grandparents in their sleep in 2001. Despite his tender age, Pittman was sentenced to 30 years in prison. Yet his case has attracted international attention after it was revealed Pittman was addicted to Zoloft, a controversial anti-depressant. Some believe the young boy was not in control of his actions and shouldn't have been held responsible. And even more believe keeping him locked up is cruel and unusual punishment - as evidence by the fact a growing number of complete strangers have been flocking to visit him at the maximum-security prison where he is lodge. Duprey will join me to discuss this highly-charged case. Read full story HERE.CHIEF JUDGE HUGH STANSFIELD and CHIEF JUDGE RAY WYANT - Our exclusive monthly "Ask The Judge" feature will be twice as good this time - that's because we've got two of Canada's top judges joining us for open line discussion. Stansfield and Wyant are the top judges in B.C. and Manitoba and are ready to take your phone calls at 1-800-665-2202. Get your law and order questions ready!MIKE D'AMOUR - Reporter with weekly British Columbia newspaper will discuss a bizarre story he covered this week on a man who has been charged with a so-called revenge attack in which he allegedly shot a horse 15 times. Read full story HERE.DR. DENNIS FITZPATRICK - Vice-president of research at the University of Lethbridge unleashed a bit of a hornet's nest this week when it was announced he was involved in a federally-funded study that will see pedophiles given pictures of children in order to gauge their reactions. Fitzpatrick will discuss the controversial study and why he believes it will actually help protect Canadians. Read full story HERE.ROZ PROBER - Founder of the child advocacy group, Beyond Borders, will discuss her angry reaction to the above-mentioned study and why she feels it will only add to a growing problem.STEPHEN GIBSON and TOD CATCHMAN - Two Vancouver police officers are halfway through a 4,000 kilometre journey across North American to raise awareness about slain police officers through their work with the international Taser Foundation. Gibson and Catchman will join me - likely from somewhere in Arizona or New Mexico - for an update on their progress.OTHER STORIES WE WILL TALK ABOUT (which have all been posted this week at www.mikeoncrime.com)NATIONAL-parole breach ignored, dangerous con given break weeks before grocery clerk killing-pilot testifies in doomed flight trial-jury out for fourth day in manitoba hells angel trial-two calgary cops fired over videotaped arrest-canadian mobster pleads guilty in new york-crown and defence agree on stiff sentence for former montreal cop turned sex assaulter-man sentenced for luring women to sex assaults through job ads-no new charges in middleton murder case-six men, girl's mother charged in gang sex attack on disabled toronto girl-armed standoff at calgary city hall ends in peaceful arrest-ex-nhl enforcer sues after fight leaves him in coma-woman who says she was held captive in bc park heads home, captor arrested-would-be jewel thief says he did it for neglected siblings-crown appealing botched murder trial, two witnesses arrested-controversial curfew bylaw turfed-grafitti vandalism on the rise-canadian traveler missing in syria-hollywood depicts virk tragedy-no charges in fatal winnipeg police shooting-hard hitting b.c film shows fatal impact of auto theft-day care owner charged after child bitten 18 times-woman guilty of manslaughter in sex killing of alberta teen-man accused of hitting hockey ref finally turns self inINTERNATIONAL-sixth grader in kansas accused of stabbing ducks to death-police say boys were locked in cage while dad did drugs-florida deputy arrested after rough arrest of woman speeding to hospital-paris hilton gets 45 days in jail-don imus files lawsuit-police charge man with murder "by duel"-coroners office says family buried wrong body-one of world's most notorious child abusers arrested in hong kong-st. louis pitcher was drunk in fatal crash-will miss america testify in sex sting case?-couple ripped off mob, got killed-chicago police find skulls boiling in pot-cosby writer charged in wife's slaying-father, relative charged in boy's bathtub scalding death-robbers take $1.8 milllion from armoured truck-man driving rig that exploded, collapsed highway had long rap sheet-lapd's rubber bullet barrage probed-two missouri women have sentences commuted for killing abusive spouses-trial of the fake firefighter rapist in new york-serial killing delivey man convicted, faces death-airman fatally shot outside baby shower-supreme court rules car chase victims cant sue-mall shooter was mentally ill, says family-fugitive who left son without kidney to be extraditedLIGHTER SIDE OF THE LAW-frisky flyer faces jail time for hanky panky on plane-naked man leads police on 40 minute chase-police say teacher tried to sell kids jacket on ebay-man offers to sell wife for $50-stolen wallet turns up 55 years later-woman used poisonous snake to hold police at bay-armed robbers glue man to bike, loot home-washington dry cleaners sued for $65 million over lost pair of pants-keys to maximum security prison sold on ebay-maryland town removes toilet paper after vandals set it on fire-orange haired suspect caught in salon-japanese magicians sue tv show for disclosing tricks-resteraunt offers spicy reward for catching thief-elderly marathoner catches shoplifter-halifax cop charged with running red light

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About Mike McIntyre

Journalist, national radio show host, author, pundit and cruise director ... Mike McIntyre loves to keep busy.

Mike is the justice reporter for the Winnipeg Free Press, where he has worked since 1997. He produces and hosts the weekly talk radio show Crime and Punishment, which runs on the Corus Radio Network in several Canadian cities.

Born and bred in Winnipeg, Mike graduated from River East Collegiate and completed his journalism studies in the Creative Communications program at Red River College.

He and his wife, Chassity, have two children.

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