Thursday, January 6, 2011

The Susan Murphy Milano Show- Live Thursday 2-4 PM Eastern Time


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As a veteran ACTOR, Victor has starred in numerous films and has created a host of memorable roles on stage and television. Currently, he can be seen as Jack Reese on NBC’S acclaimed series, LIFE. He is best known for such film classics as BLOOD IN/BLOOD OUT (as Magic Mike),THE MASK OF ZORRO, and as Eddie Murphy’s sidekick in THE DISTINGUISHED GENTLEMAN. Most recently, he starred in THE LOST CITYand THE AIR I BREATHE. On TV, he has guest-starred on countless shows including NUMBERS, CSI MIAMI, 24, STAR TREK, JAG, and MIAMI VICE.

In 1999, Victor Rivers became a leading ACTIVIST in the cause of preventing violence against women and children. As the national spokesperson for the National Network to End Domestic Violence, he uses his own harrowing story of surviving a home where abuse took place on the level of torture to raise awareness about what he considers our greatest yet most curable social disease. Victor Rivas Rivers has now become an AUTHOR, with the publication of his memoir, A PRIVATE FAMILY MATTER (Atria Books, a division of Simon & Schuster).


The Angel Downs Murder Case

Angel Downs was found in her driveway with a gunshot to her head. Speeding away from the residence, witnessed by neighbors, was Mobile County Commissioner, Stephen Nodine. Nodine was charged with her murder and in December 2010 his case was declared a mistrial. Just a few days before Christmas, the jury was hung.


Cherry Simpson, contributor to the blog “Time’s Up!” wrote about the case from the point of view of a citizen of Mobile, AL as well as the mother of a victim of intimate partner violence and sexual assault.

Kevin Lee is a correspondent for a local Mobile, AL publication, Lagniappe, and has extensively covered the Angel Downs case.

Each week join Susan, her guests and families impacted by crime of a missing person or loved one's case unsolved.

Time's Up profile's real-life unsolved and missing person’s cases featuring family

members of unsolved crimes, missing persons and partner intimate homicides.

If you would like to be considered as a guest on a future show, email us


Known as the “Jane Wayne of Justice,” Susan Murphy Milano always stands up as a voice for those who are silenced in a world of intimidation and violence within their homes and in courtrooms across the country.

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Show Date: Thursday, January 6, 2010

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