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OJThis week on TRUECRIME with Ray the DA and Jack Pattie, we will be discussing a case that has crept back up into the spotlight; the OJ Simpson murder case.Untitled

In 1994, Nicole Brown and Ron Goldman were found stabbed to death outside of Nicole’s home in LA. OJ Simpson, who had been married to the victim for a number of years before divorcing in 1992, was the prime suspect of the murders. Simpson was arrested and tried for Nicole and Ron’s death in what some call the “Trial of the Century.” However, a jury found Simpson “not guilty” of the two murders following an 8 month trial. The case was never solved.

200px-MarquisjTomorrow on the show, we will have special guest Josh Marquis join us to discuss the OJ Simpson case. Josh has been on our show before and is very knowledgeable as he was in Los Angeles at the time of the trial. He also appeared on CBS television with CBS Legal Expert, Fred Graham, to discuss DNA evidence and its importance to the case.




 

 




HOW ABOUT GIVING THE VICTIM A VOICE FOR A CHANGE!

Teresa Halbach (missing)

We’ve learned all about the killer, Steve Avery. But nothing about the brutalized victim. She was raped, stabbed and shot. Her body was cut up and thrown into a burn pit. But nobody seems to care about Teresa, but we do!

Lets make the real question go viral. Why do crime victims get the least attention in the criminal justice system? Wouldn’t you think that the murdered victim in a case would have rights in the process? It might surprise you to know that crime victims have NO constitutional rights. The accused criminals do. Is that fair? Who are we protecting?

To read Teresa’s obituary click on the link below

http://www.wietingfuneralhome.com/obituaries/teresa-m-halbach/

 




COMING TOMORROW ON TRUE CRIME WITH
JACK PATTIE AND RAY THE D.A.

Mary Sgt. Ron Keaton

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Tomorrow our guest will be Sgt. Ron Keaton and Victim Advocate Mary Houlihan who will be discussing the case of Lexington Police Officer Bryan Durman who was killed in the line of duty in 2010. In 2011, the jury convicted Glen Doneghy of Manslaughter in the 2nd Degree (10years), Leaving the Scene of an Accident (5 years), Assault in the 2nd Degree (10 years) and Possession of a Controlled Substance (5 years) and recommended the sentence be served consecutively for a total of 30 years.  However, as Ofc. Durman’s family has so painfully learned, KY does not allow for the crimes he committed to be stacked for more than 20 years.  In just 5.8 years since her husband was brutally killed in the line of duty, Ofc. Durman’s widow Brandy is going back to the Parole Board for the 2nd time to beg that they follow the jury’s recommendation and keep Glen Doneghy behind bars.  Sgt. Keaton, Mary Houlihan & Ray Larson will discuss Kentucky’s parole process and sentencing laws that seem so unfair to most crime victims.

In addition, Sgt. Keaton will discuss the winter storm and it’s impact on police who responded to over 120 collisions on 1/20/15 before the “Big Storm” even hit.  Sgt. Keaton will talk about staying safe in bad driving conditions and how police help our citizens in winter weather crisis.

PLEASE HELP AND SIGN THE PETITION TO KEEP GLENN DONEGHY WHERE HE BELONGS! JUST CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW

https://www.change.org/p/kentucky-parole-board-glenn-doneghy-should-serve-out-his-sentence?recruiter=89238046&utm_source=share_for_starters&utm_medium=copyLink



 
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