10-28-2008, 01:31 PM #1
Justice Interrupted Internet radio blog show
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
"Murder Special Delivery at Sea or No Body"
This week's Show:
Self-made millionaire James Sullivan, America's Most Wanted Fugitive #715 on the run for the contract murder of his estranged wife for nearly 20 years. Stay turned for a Justice Interrupted exclusive interview from Boston with Dee Whalen .
Tina Dirmann has covered some of the nation's biggest news stories, interviewing notorious criminals and profiling A-list celebrities. In recent years, Dirmann switched gears from crime news to entertainment reporting, working as a staff reporter for Us Weekly before becoming Deputy Bureau Chief for Star Magazine. She has also served as a frequent on-air spokesperson for both magazines, appearing on shows such as MSNBC, Extra, Good Day LA, CNN, A Current Affair, Inside Edition, Fox News, and a variety of E! network programming. Her latest crime novel "Vanished At Sea", is garnering a lot of attention with the recent arrest of a former power rangers television series star.
For over 12 years Tad DiBiase was an Assistant United States Attorney in the District of Columbia and prosecuted homicide cases for most of those years. In January of 2006, he sucessfully prosecuted the second "no body" murder case tried in D.C. and have been interested in "no body" cases ever since.
On his site he tracks "no body" murder cases, trials and investigations. My table of "No body" Murder Trials lists nearly 300 "no body" murder trials in the United States.
And from Peace4TheMissing Co-Founder "Maggie's Rose" and Polly Franks of the Franks Foundation will join us for "This Week in Crime."
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