Monday, July 12, 2010

"DOA Equals DNA" New Show "Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation: Sponsored by

By Susan Murphy Milano and Sheryl McCollum

Date: Monday July 12, 2010

Time: 9PM EST/ 8PM Central / 6PM PST

Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation Debut show: guests for the entire hour are:

Steph Watts television producer of the new show “Bloodwork”which examines how forensic science is used to solve crimes airing in the fall on the A& E Channel.

Steph Watts subpoenaed by the defense to testify during the private autopsy performed on Kathleen Savio's exhumed corpse. Watts investigative work with Mark Fuhrman for OTR at FOX News on the disappearance of Stacy Peterson was seminal. She was the fourth wife of Bolingbrook Police Officer Drew Peterson, and prime suspect in her disappearance. This work led to the reclassification of the death of Peterson’s third wife Kathleen Savio, from an accident to a homicide.

Joe Hosey attended Kathleen Savio's inquest in 2004 and has reported on the case from the begining. As a reporter with the Daily Herald and the Author of "Fatal Vows The Tragic Wives of Sgt. Drew Peterson" he has continued to keep this case and the disappearance of Stacy Peterson on the front pages.

Sheryl McCollum, Director of Cold Case Investigative Research Institute and Susan Murphy-Milano, Violence Expert and Author of the new book "Time's Up" have joined forces to bring new eyes to cases of intimate partner homicide. “DNA equals DOA (dead on arrival) with respect to intimate partner homicide crimes.” There is no voice or face, instead victim’s lives result in filling headstones and cemeteries; placed in the “unimportant” category box. Intimate Partner Homicide Investigation gives these cases a front and center seat instead of a back door crime occurring behind closed doors.

McCollum and Murphy-Milano are working proactively to reduce the number of deaths through several channels, saving not only lives, but taxpayer dollars, and utilizing unique procedures gleaned from their years of working on high risk and high profile cases. Combining their experience will help bring new possibilities and new clues to law enforcement agencies and prosecutors across the country.

The new show is being sponsored by the interactive crime and news site

To listen to the show live and participate in the chat room, the direct link for the show is HERE

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(347) 326-9337

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