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The Kevin Hiebert debate will continue - and other details on Sunday's national radio show

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Here's a look at Sunday's "Crime and Punishment" show, which airs 7-9 p.m. central time across the Corus and Rawlco radio networks. (In Winnipeg, the show is on 680 CJOB)DICK HIEBERT - Father of former Winnipeg resident, Kevin Hiebert, will discuss his son's current plight sitting in a Greece jail cell for a drug conviction and the controversial attempts by friends and family to have the Canadian government intervene. Sure to be a hot talker, as the phone lines lit up during a segment last weekend and my blog has generated a new record for postings on this topic. GABRIEL FERNANDES, a close friend of Kevin Hiebert, will also join the discussion.RAY WYANT - Chief judge of the Manitoba Provincial Court will be along for our monthly "Ask The Judge" segment. Get your questions ready and call 1-800-665-2202.DR PHIL KLASSEN - Renowned Ontario-based expert on chemical castration will discuss the controversial procedure, how effective it can be for treating pedophiles, in the wake of Peter Whitmore's recent public plea to have it done to him following his conviction for the kidnap and rape of two young Prairie boys.OTHER STORIES WE WILL DISCUSSNATIONAL-police probing shocking slayings in vancouver-the search continues for missing quebec girl-dog doused with chemicals in winnipeg-toronto man who fears anti-gay persecution ordered deported-mountie still on force after "disgraceful" behaviour-man convicted in mcdonald's murders threatens to stab guards unless moved-american stockbroker charged with threatening flaherty-canada delays extradition of teen gang member wanted in nashville slaying-former tv director charged with 23 new sex crimes-angry customer flashes gun at car dealership-man who stabbed roomate found not guilty-edmonton drifter charged with drunk driving causing death-public trustee suing michael white on behalf of slain woman-police commission agrees to new evidence in stonechild death case-teen submits to adult sentence in fatal crash-house fire hits poster boy for arson-police arrest alleged foot fiend-victim hopes to sip brew with his alleged shooter-judge recommends higher ceilings after suicide of accused killer-manitoba girl to get $15,000 after being bitten by police dog-the strange case of tony rosato-family hopes footprints a clue in missing woman case-no bail for activist who blocked highway-police stymied by lack of video evidence in ottawa triple murder probe-montreal police crack 1984 murder of actressINTERNATIONAL-execution of innocent teens shocks new jersey-did virginia tech shooter rehearse his rampage?-elderly woman shoots man who asked for quarter-man arrested after attack on four grandmothers at beauty salon-director at texas boot camp charged with dragging teen behind van-cop shoots at snake, kills young boy-flight attendant was drunk, yelled "you're dead"-boyfriend nabbed for new york university murder after slitting wrists-former astronaut nowak wants ankle bracelet removed as she awaits trial-court battle over pacman jones wrestling-police say british girl may be dead-jessica lunsford's killer order to die-top child psychologist to stand trial for molestation-voice recognition technology helps nab drug kingpin-police recover $66 million in stolen paintingsODDLY-woman unhappy with karaoke singer attacks him during coldplay song-redneck games result in raucous arrests-judge seeks to get out of paying legal fees after failed pants lawsuit-cops sporting hello kitty armbands as punishment-translating harry potter lands young muggle in trouble-bank teller flusters would-be robber by asking for bag-florida town bans cowboy boots after slippery soles cause car crash-colorado priest facing charges after jogging nude-gas station burglars tracked by trail of candy wrappers-colombian hitman evades arrest disguised as woman

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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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