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Details on Sunday Aug. 19 "Crime and Punishment" national radio show

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Folks,Here's a look at Sunday's "Crime and Punishment" show, which airs live across the Corus and Rawlco radio networks from 7-9 p.m. central time and is Canada's only open-line justice radio program.GUESTS:ADRIAN HUMPHREYS - Reporter with the National Post will discuss the bizarre tale of Gerard Tobin, a former Canadian missionary turned Hells Angel who was shot dead last week in England in a case that remains unsolved.WADE KELLER - Founder/editor of the popular Pro Wrestling Torch newsletter and website will discuss the latest twists in the Chris Benoit murder-suicide case, including a legal battle brewing over his estate and why the order of deaths is so important.CRYSTAL DUNAHEE - Mother of missing person Michael Dunahee will discuss his 1991 dissapearance in British Columbia - which sparked one of the largest police investigations in Canadian history - as part of our monthly feature "The Lost Children" in conjunction with the Missing Children's Society fo Canada.PHILIP SLAYTON - Author of "Lawyers Gone Bad" will discuss his controversial book, which takes direct aim the legal profession and has come under intense scrutiny across Canada for its subject matter.OTHER STORIES WE WILL DISCUSS:NATIONAL-nhl player mark bell pleads guilty to drunk driving, allowed to defer prison sentence-humane society officer suspended after chaining owner of dying dog to car-rcmp testing drug after eight year old bc boy injects heroin-crown closes pickton case-man wanted for murder of bc man arrested in ontario-woman whose remains found in 1989 identified-addicts, operator of safe injection site go to court to keep it open-vancouver police shoot man dead-man sues dad, says he forced him to hand over money for years-top court won't hear deadly racing appeal-man seeks change of venue in family murder trial-man charged in death of mounties innocent, says father-police ask parents of young firebugs to step up-gang "godfather" to be deported-robber falls off rehab path-rcmp question boys in $900,000 fire-alleged crown intimidator wants lie detector-two dead after hamilton police chase ends in crash-supporters urge ottawa to let paralized refugee stay-man gets prison for carjacking that left woman in wheelchair-texas sex offender nabbed in toronto-planes search after knife gets through montreal airport-nun slain, mourners pack church-warrant issued after man shot in front of son-parents of missing girl meet with premier-montreal stabbing suspect kills self-woman commits suicide after cancer diagnosis-convicted killer wins appeal, allowed to teach againINTERNATIONAL-experts say pedophile blogger tiptoes around law-canadian biker shot to death as he rides in england-police say man kisses ailing wife, tosses her from balcony-boston man pleads guilty to glass eating scheme, says he and wife needed money-technology guru convicted of falsely claiming he was shot by son-hospital security guard uses stun gun on dad in hospital holding newborn-police in new york use gps to find man in slaying of babysitter-mom sets her kids on fire, then kills herself-man accused of killing child with cleaver arrested in california-police say two neighbours in indiana shot each other-no felony charges for soldier who paid to be shot to avoid iraq-order of deaths in Benoit's murder-suicide key to estate-autopsy fails to show what killed wrestler Crush-minor league ball player charged with assault for bat attack-plea deal leaves michael vick as last man standing in dogfighting case-former nhl player tocchet gets probation for gambling ring-former nba ref pleads guilty to felony charges-jewel heist at hulk hogan's house-probe of alleged sex assault at playboy mansion droppedLIGHTER SIDE OF THE LAW-man with duct tape wrapped head foiled in robbery-deputy pulls over his own wife for drunk driving-church fined for ringing bell too much-man wrongly thinks robbery a practical joke, gets hit on head

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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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