The Susan Murphy Milano Show
Thursday, February 17
Attorney Anne Bremner
and parents of missing Susan Powell, Chuck and Judy Cox
Anne Bremner has been involved in several high profile cases during her career. You may also know her as an expert legal analyst on CNN, HLN, and other major news outlets. http://annebremner.com/tv_appearances.html Currently Anne Bremner is representing the parents of missing mother, Susan Cox Powell of Utah, Chuck and Judy Cox, as they continue their search for their missing daughter as well as justice in her name.
Anne Bremner graduated from Stanford University receiving a B.A. with honors, and from the Seattle University School of Law, formerly “University of Puget Sound School of Law”, in 1982. She has distinguished herself not only as a dedicated advocate for her clients, but also as an attorney who has achieved a level of peer recognition and been honored with Distinctions which few lawyers, and even fewer women can claim.
As a deputy prosecuting attorney for the Criminal Division of the King County Prosecutor’s Office in Seattle from 1983 to 1988, Anne specialized in prosecuting sex crimes, where she successfully tried over 200 cases.
Among her successful high-profile trial work, are cases representing:
- Washington State Attorney General – now Governor – Chris Gregoire and theAttorney General’s office.
- The Des Moines Police Department – “Mary Kay Letourneau case”
- The City of Seattle in a national ACLU test case – “WTO based litigation”
Discussing the case of Susan Cox Powell
We are honored to have as our guests, Chuck and Judy Cox along with Anne Bremner to discuss the latest in the quest to find Susan Cox Powell
Superbike Motorsports Murders
We will have the parents of murdered Brian Lucas, Tom and Lorraine Lucas, in the studio live to discuss the unsolved case of 4 people murdered at the Superbike Motorsports Store in Chesnee, SC in 2003. This case is still unsolved, no one has been named a suspect(s), and the circumstances surrounding the investigation are cloudy at best.
Coroner’s investigator Alan Mason says sheriff’s deputies responded to a call about 3:15 p.m. and found the bodies of three men and a woman at Superbike Motorsports, a bike shop in western Spartanburg County, about 15 miles north of Spartanburg. A customer found the bodies and called authorities, Sheriff Bill Coffey said. Two of the victims were found inside the shop and two were found in the front doorway, authorities said. All four victims were shot multiple times, Mason said. The victims are Scott Ponder, 30, of Boiling Springs; Brian Lucas, 30, of Gaffney; Beverly Guy, 52, of Spartanburg; and Christopher Sherbert, 26, of Boiling Springs.
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