Month: April 2016

the New Crime Wire

Dennis Griffin Revives Crime Wire Podcast

No stranger to the airwaves, Dennis Griffin has been involved in several online radio shows, including Meet the Author, Justice Seekers, Writer’s Tricks of the Trade, We Know a Guy, and since 2008, Crime Wire. The original Crime Wire featured a team of experts from various aspects of the criminal justice system, many who will be returning as guests to weigh in on case facts. One of the popular co-hosts of the original Crime Wire show was the late Susan Murphy-Milano who had the ability to light the fire under several cases that will be updated in upcoming podcasts. Her dedication and teamwork contributed to later resolutions for several cases highlighted on Crime Wire. Producing and co-hosting duties fall to Delilah Jones and ImaginePublicity who has always had a hand behind the scenes performing various social media marketing and promotional functions. The NEW Crime Wire seeks to continue the mission; to be a place where families can present their cases to the experts, the listening audience, and possibly create movement in those which seem to be …

The Cantinera Documentary

The Cantinera Screening with Dottie Laster in San Antonio Benefits Missing Persons Organization

On Thursday, May 12, 2016 Heidi Search Center is presenting a screening of The Cantinera at the Alamo Draft House Cinema Marketplace located at  618 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX.  The event will begin at 6pm with the film screening followed by a panel discussion led by Dottie Laster, Executive Director of Heidi Search Center who is featured in the film. The screening and panel discussion is open to the public and proceeds will benefit Heidi Search Center who is looking for 300 people to commit to a $20 per month recurring donation. For $20 per month the donation will assist in meeting budget needs and enable the center to continue to serve the families of missing persons. A special thank you to Ohlrich Law Firm for their sponsorship of this event. Seating is limited and tickets need to be purchased in advance at HeidiSearchCenter.Com The Cantinera captures the essence of trafficking for sex in the gritty bars and hidden back rooms in Houston’s cantinas. It takes viewers into the secret life, along with a group of advocates who fearlessly …

Randy Williams is a free man

Bob Rahn & Kim Anklin Help Secure Freedom for Randy Williams

Management Resources, Ltd. of NY principals, Kim Anklin and Bob Rahn once again worked alongside defense attorneys to secure another man’s freedom. In early 2008, Randy Williams was wrongfully convicted for the 2007 murder of 36-year-old Vincent Hill. Hill, a known violent felon, was killed during a multiple person shoot out. The incident occurred in a courtyard within the Williamsburg Houses located in Brooklyn, NY. During the 2008 trial, the prosecutor told the jury Williams had been identified by three eyewitnesses. However, when it was their turn to testify, two of the prosecutor’s witnesses recanted their stories and the third refused to come to court. The judge permitted the taped  grand jury testimony of the  final witness, a woman with a history of mental illness, to be played to the jury. Cross examination by the defense was not permitted based on a vague claim that someone in the neighborhood had called her a “snitch” causing her fear of live testimony. He was sentenced to 25 to life sentence in prison. Over the next 9 years, …