Month: May 2011

The Susan Murphy Milano Show, “Time’s Up!” Diane Fanning,Monica Caison and missing persons,John Morris and Melanie Metheny

The Susan Murphy Milano Show Thursday, May 26, 2-4pm ET  Listen LIVE: http://herewomentalksocial.com  2-3pm Diane Fanning http://www.dianefanning.com Diane Fanning is one of the premier True Crime authors, her latest book, Mommy’s Little Girl, about the death of little Caylee Anthony.  Diane also writes a fiction series featuring Lt. Lucinda Pierce, a homicide detective with an edge. Fanning’s books have been nominated for several awards, including the prized Edgar Award.  One of Fanning’s books, Through the Window, resulted in her testimony in court and setting a wrongly convicted person free. Diane is a recent recipient of the “Defenders of the Innocents” Award from the Innocence Project of Illinois, presented by Julie Rea Harper who was set free from a 65 year sentence due to Diane’s testimony on her behalf. 3-3:30pm Monica Caison of CUE Center for Missing Persons and family members join us to discuss the missing persons cases of John Morris and missing mother, Melanie Metheny. http://ncmissingpersons.org   John Morris has been missing from Dickinson, MD since July 30, 2007.For information about him and updates go to: http://www.findjohnmorris.com Melanie …

The Roth Show Hosts Author Diane Fanning, Author of “Mommy’s Little Girl”

The Roth Show! Listen LIVE:  www.therothshow.com 7-8pm ET Wednesday, May 25 Diane Fanning As the largest media event since the OJ Simpson trial begins in Orlando, FL, we must remember that justice for little two year old, Caylee Anthony is at stake.  Diane Fanning is the author of “Mommy’s Little Girl”  the #1 Best Seller about the short life of Caylee and the information surrounding the search for her. Fanning is one of the elite true crime authors and takes time to do painstaking research on all the cases she writes about.  One of those cases made it’s way into “Through the Window” about serial killer Tommy Lynn Sells who confessed to the murder of a little boy whose mother was wrongfully convicted and sentence for 65 years.  Diane Fanning’s testimony in the appeal of Julie Rea Harper led to her being exonerated. Diane is a recent recipient of the “Defenders of the Innocents” Award from the Innocence Project of Illinois, presented by Julie Rea Harper. Diane Fanning is not only one of the queens …

CrimePAY$ Expands Towards Fighting Crime, Self-Defense Products

Creative ways to solve crime is a staple at CrimePAY$ and what better way to assist in keeping people safer than expanding with a line of self-defense products for personal protection against the criminal element within our own cities. Max Cannon, Founder of CrimePAY$ and SafeCITY Publishing, is offering a wide variety of products through a newly created website, “CrimePAY$ Products.” (http://www.crimepaysproducts.com) The world of self defense products is quite vast. There are many different types of products to choose from such as; Personal Alarms, TASERS, MACE, Pepper Spray, Stun Guns, Animal Repellents, Safety Lights, Knives, Metal Detectors, Diversion Safes, Child Safety Products, Instructional Fighting DVD’s and much more.  You can buy these as separate items or in pre-packaged kits. Every day we see stories in the news of kidnappings, assaults and abductions.  Criminals are making their way into even the best of neighborhoods, creating a sense of fear in our country.  CrimePAY$ Products will at the least give people the opportunity to purchase items for their personal and home protection. The products offered by CrimePAY$ …

Lyn Twyman Deputy Director of National Domestic Violence Registry

Lyn Twyman has been appointed Deputy Director of the National Domestic Violence Registry founded in 2007 by survivor and advocate, Myra Spearman.   The National Domestic Violence Registry (NDVR), the United States’ first model program for a public domestic violence database, seeks to prevent domestic violence and to be a tool to help the public at large. Patterned after The National Sex Offender Registry, NDVR has a coalition of task forces working to strengthen the public availability of domestic violence conviction records and long term restraining orders.  The organization has taken several years to analyze and receive feedback from survivors and advocates to create a program that addresses the growing need for the use of technology to help survivors. Domestic violence has grown in increasing numbers and women are still the primary victims.  But, Myra Spearman, founder and executive director of NDVR, also understands that newer approaches to family violence have to be created, “Men and women are perpetrators of this social epidemic.  The intention of the registry is to help keep the public more safe …

Crime Wire Investigates!

http://www.crimewiresite.com Tuesday, May 24,  9pm ET http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crimewire The Murder of Joseph DiMare Over five decades, the murder of wealthy produce merchant Joseph DiMare — shot in the head in his white Cadillac in North Miami on March 24th 1961 — has faded into obscurity amid South Florida’s rich crime lore. But one man won’t let it go. To Richard DiMare, the victim’s 69-year-old son, the murder probe is a cause championed only by him. For the better part of the past three decades, he has flooded police, prosecutors and politicians with angry letters demanding justice. Our guest, Richard DiMare will highlight this 50 year fight for justice for his father. Passage of The Chanda Turner Bill in Oklahoma Little did Donna and Joe Turner realize that justice for the death of their daughter would be such a long road. Chanda Turner was shot in her home on July 12, 2000 and her death was originally ruled a suicide.  Despite repeated requests, the family was denied an autopsy for almost 10 years.  Knowing they would never …