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Each Wednesday for 3 hours Dr. Laurie Roth holds conversations with those in the know about particular crimes,criminals, issues, corruption, and wrongdoing.
Hour #1 Prostitution is Legal in Canada
According to Wikipedia, Canada finds itself in a quagmire concerning prostitution laws:
Prostitution in Canada is legal as there are no laws prohibiting the exchange of sex for money. On the 20th December 2013, the Supreme Court of Canada found the laws prohibiting brothels, public communication for the purpose of prostitution, and living on the profits of prostitution to be unconstitutional. The ruling gives the Canadian parliament 12 months to rewrite the prostitution laws; in the meantime, anti-prostitution laws will continue to be enforced. (take the time to read the complete Wikipedia entry for a full understanding of the law)
Raymond Bechard joins the show on a regular basis starting now! You can hear Ray and Dr. Laurie Roth talk about several subjects, and their mutual passions; politics, religion, and our American heroes, just to name a few. Best known as an Author, Advocate, and Provocateur, Ray Bechard has worked to end injustice against all people for over twenty years. He will be on The Roth Show each Wednesday in the first hour.
Author of The Berlin Turnpike, Bechard has a base of knowledge about the sex trade as it applies to prostitution and sex trafficking around the globe. In a recent presentation for CUE Center for Missing Persons, he gave the attendees quite a lesson on the close proximity, and easy access, to the Canadian border. Bechard explained how with this easy access American pimps are moving more and more “product” to the cities of Canada to make their money, under the cover of the Canadian prostitution laws.
Hour #2 Mommy’s a Mole
On Saturday November 28, 1981, Joan Webster, a 25-year-old Harvard graduate student, landed at Logan Airport in Boston aboard Eastern flight #960. Shortly after retrieving a suitcase from the luggage carousel, she disappeared. Her luggage, purse, and personal items were found in various places around Boston, and her remains found in a secluded area, far from where she was last seen.
Eve Carson married into the Webster family, and was a part of the immediate family when her sister-in-law Joan went missing. She brings a unique insight into the enigmatic Webster family and the devastating events that have spanned more than a quarter century.
In her book, Mommy’s a Mole, Carson describes the complex series of events surrounding Joan Webster’s unresolved murder. Webster family ties to CIA, scandal, corruption, and total mishandling and coverup in the case are uncovered by Carson who has paid a personal price while uncovering the details. Alienated from her children by the Webster family, history repeating itself, and a horrifying allegation were the catalysts for Ms. Carson to unravel the lingering mystery of Joan’s loss.
Eve Carson pressed to recover documents, interview witnesses, and research the case. Insight, instinct, and memory, corroborated in files, unveiled a complex and secretive manipulation of Joan’s murder investigation. The search for truthful answers followed a path filled with obstructions and exposed evidence of public corruption. Examining a cold murder case opened new avenues Eve would like to share with others who have suffered devastating tragedy.