Wednesday, July 23, 2008


Tonight at 10:00 ET, tune in to "War on Crime Radio" to hear Kelly Siegler discuss a murder case that took prosecutors 27 years to make.

Today, jurors began deliberating the fate of Aaron Foster, on trial in Minnesota for the shooting death of his girlfriend Barbara Winn in 1981. Last year, when Foster was finally charged, the victim's family stood beside the sheriff who accused the county prosecutor of "dragging his feet":

"We are befuddled as to why they haven't pressed [charges]," the sheriff said at a televised press conference. "It's either lack of competency, lack of caring, lack of making it a priority. . . ."

Kelly will also discuss the worldwide controversy surrounding the upcoming execution of José Medellin for the sadistic slayings of Elizabeth Peña and Jennifer Ertman. Kelly was a prosecutor in the multiple gang-rape murder case.

Listen to the live broadcast tonight at 10:00. Kelly will be taking callers' questions and will be joined by WCI's Policewoman / Novelist Stacy Dittrich along with Crime Victims Advocate Andy Kahan.

War on Crime Radio
10:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 p.m. CT
Wednesday, July 23
Call-in number: 347/838-9781


Anonymous said...

What station?

Women in Crime Ink said...

Click on "War on Crime Radio" above. Here is the link:

Thanks for reading. And make sure to let us know your thoughts on the show.

Levi said...

After reading up on the Jose Medellin case out of Texas I am fired up!

Don't forget we have a chat room open during the broadcast as well! I'll be in there chatting, and relaying the opinions in the chat room to the guests.

Hope you all tune in!

Anonymous said...

When the show is over do they do transcripts of it? I'm extremely hard of hearing and can't listen to the show live. If so, can you tell me when and where? Thank you!