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Preview for Sunday Sept. 16 "Crime and Punishment" national radio show

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old_fashion_radio_microphone_hg_wht[1].gif Folks,The weather may be cooling off - but we're just getting warmed up for another jam-packed edition of Canada's only open-line national justice affairs talk show."Crime and Punishment" airs across the Corus and Rawlco radio networks and can be heard from 7-9 p.m. central time every Sunday.(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 by clicking HERE. It's quick, easy and free.Here's a look at what's planned for this Sunday's show:GUESTS:26187_233627[1].jpg CURTIS SLIWA - Founder/leader of the Guardian Angels will discuss his recent comments about a crime "crisis" in Alberta, expansion plans to Saskatchewan and which province is next on his controversial group's radar. Read story HERE.SANDY MUNROE - Nova Scotia man has just returned from visiting his wife in England and is closer to finally bringing her home following a recent court ruling. The elderly woman, who suffers from Alzheimer's, has been at the centre of a lengthy battle after Munroe claims family members "kidnapped" her without his consent. Read story HERE.51syUCOshgL._AA240_[1].jpg BOB TARANTINO - Toronto lawyer/author/blogger will discuss his new book, "Under Arrest: Canadian Laws You Won't Believe" in which he examines the lighter, stranger side of the Criminal Code. Click HERE for more details on the book.MIKE COOK - Defence lawyer representing five Chinese migrants from Ontario will discuss a high-profile criminal trial in which they claimed to have been tricked into working on a $19 million Manitoba marijuana farm. Read story HERE.OTHER STORIES WE WILL DISCUSS (all of them, and more, can be found at soldier charged with brutally assaulting his triplets-manitoba teen accused of killing sister, stepmother was exposed to cocaine in womb, court hears-convicted drug dealer gets new trial after calgary judge fell asleep during sentencing-oops! name of youth mistakenly charged with murder appears on nova scotia court docket-sex offender released in new brunswick, arrested in bc later in day-rejected by city, soup kitchen volunteers turn to hells angels-police say mass b.c. killer answered 911 dispatcher's call-defence begins calling case in pickton trial-supreme court convicts man in strange sex assault case-judge convicted of sex crimes denied day parole-coach head-butted by angry dad wins damages-police accuse man of posing as doctor then exposing self to women at UBC-gang-related shooting near langley school-police officer shoots pitbull that mauled woman-man accused of threatening alberta premier to go straight to trial-alberta teen girl gets probation for obstruction of justice in family slaying case-man wanted in shooting outside calgary movie theatre turns himself in-massive meth shipment seized in calgary-inmate tells saskatchewan police commission it was friend that left teen to freeze-saskatchewan teen charged with mischief after false claims of assault-no witnesses to broad daylight slaying in winnipeg, jury told-retired winnipeg doctor turned tables on nigerian scam artist-cops pulled plug on undercover robbery sting over fears of bloodshed-no jail for man who brokered disturbing online sex trade with teen-missing bong sparks machete madness-dad charged with killing infant after lengthy probe-ex-toronto cop goes on trial for murder-teen stabbed to death outside toronto school-police lay charge in crash that left jacksoul lead singer critically injured-dawson college marks tragic anniversary-bedard's breach of custody trial beginsINTERNATIONAL-police say kidnapping of black woman was hate crime-mother of slain girl known as "precious doe" pleads guilty-o.j simpson investigated for armed robbery-parents named as suspects in missing maddy case-leader of polygamist sect goes on trial over teen cousins wedding-chris benoit's diary released-jury finds for ex-detroit cops against mayor and city-five found guilty in chicago mob trial-mother pleads guilty to abducting twins from adoptive parents, fleeing to canada-trial opens in new york for canadian biker accused of blowing up informant-new jersey cops capture confessed killer who escaped from mental hospital-tennessee conducts first electric chair execution since 1960-anti-war protester can't find soldier, kills civillian with axe instead-two suspects killed as gunmen break into armed transport company-german police arrest suspect in stabbing of rabbi-accused in russian chessboard murders lured victims with vodkaODDLY-74-year-old fights off would-be mugger-michigan man caught red handed by his own burglar booby trap-man, 70, charged with auto theft day after release from jail-rivalry gone bad; football fan nearly castrated in bloody bar brawl-judge makes house call to ensure accused is sick-police say minnesota robber licked woman's toes-bank robber used his own cheque to write note-man dubbed hat bandit admits to 18 bank robberies-undercover cops hook trio selling catfish bait mixed with vinegar

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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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