Join Susan Murphy Milano and her special guest: Joseph Hosey reporter and Author of "Fatal Vows The Tragic Wives of Sergent Drew Peterson."
We will take your questions live in the chat room discussing the dangers Stacy Peterson and Kathleen Savio endured while married to a violent abuser with a badge. And learn what you can do in preparing to leave with your life!Joining the panel are the administrator's of the Peterson Story Website and Police Perpetrated Violence Expert Susan Rhoades.
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Susan is the author of "Defending Our Lives, getting away from domestic violence & staying safe and Moving Out, Moving On when a relationship goes wrong. And her new book available in July 2009, "Time's Up, how to leave and survive a dangerous relationship."
Susan is an adult survivor of her parents' violent marriage. Her father, a Chicago Violent Crimes Detective, murdered her mother and then took his own life after the couple separated. Susan vowed to make changes after finding their lifeless bodies and trying to make sense of this tragedy.Susan has dedicated her life to changing the way society views abusive relationships and has been instrumental in doing that through legislation, media appearances, consultations, writing curriculum, speaking engagements, lectures and authoring books and online journals. Susan has worked tirelessly, dedicated to meeting the individual needs of all women and children in crisis and personally advocating for them through the legal process.Susan's quest for justice was instrumental in the passage of the Illinois Stalking Law and the Lauternberg Act.
She has been prominently featured in newspapers, magazines, radio and television including: The Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Radio, ABC's 20/20, Justice Files, E-True Hollywood, CNN, Sunday Today Show Profile, Women's Day, Family Circle Magazine, U.S. News and World Report to name only a few.
Susan Murphy Milano is part of the "Justice Interrupted" team along with prosecutor and author Robin Sax, and retired police officer and author Stacy Dittrich. The team takes on cases for those whose lives have been interrupted by crime, including rape, murder, sexual predators of children, strange and unexplained disappearances, domestic violence, and cold cases yet to be solved.
Susan can be found as a contributing author on "Women In Crime Ink" which is a group of women from all walks of crime including true crime authors, prosecutors, attorneys, criminal profilers, and advocates for victims.
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