I have been trying to figure out why I like your program more than the others.
Instead of trying to push an agenda, you just try to search for the truth." J. Z. Smith,
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
why I listen? You make me really think about the bigger picture.
Please know that your unvarnished, unbiased seeking of truth,
is what makes you a hero in my eyes."
Lisa Fiezel, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
"If Steven Truscott got a measure of justice from the Supreme Court judges today it was,
in part, because of you as well as other voices, who spoke up for him."
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Were they wrongfully convicted of murder?
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Dan Cook, Globe and Mail writer, blogger, talk-show host and
never did his work for fame or fortune; he worked to give a voice to people
who didn't have one. Whether it was the four convicts who gave themselves
up live on-air, to his extensive work with wrongfully convicted David Milgaard,
James Driskell and Thomas Sophonow, or to his current work of 14 murder cases,
Canada loses an all-important, one-of-a-kind voice."
newspaperman, radio host and investigative reporter Peter Warren is trading
his microphone for a gumshoe detective's notebook -- for good, it seems.
You can assist Warren. In the case of Kelvin Purdy,
whom he has interviewed in the penitentiary, Warren needs to contact the brother,
born Lawrence Michael Perkins (dob May 1, 1969) in Dryden, Ontario,
adopted out by the Children's Aid Society in Kenora, Ontario at a very early
age. Please help.
(If you know or have any information
about these cases, please contact Warren: firstname.lastname@example.org
Until he pulled the plug
on regular radio programs in March, 2006, Peter Warren was (and still is)
the longest-running, open-line radio host in North America. Former Canadian
Prime Minister Trudeau once said that an interview with Warren "was worse
than Question Period." Warren now operates a freelance agency specializing
in private investigations into cold-case murders and other stories for broadcast,
print or just closure for people involved.
Need help in that regard? Contact Warren.
would like to thank Warren for checking the facts, and giving me air-time
to start the ball rolling and proving my innocence."
Sophonow, who spent four years wrongfully imprisoned for a murder he did not
Warren, for my first media interview and believing in me."- Jim Driskell,
who spent 15 years behind bars after being convicted for a murder he did not