Criminal Profiler Pat Brown on The Mark In Lululemon Yoga Store Killing

I am at once humbled and honored when guests routinely tell me that they appreciate the thorough and thoughtful research I put into every show that we air on the Blog Talk Radio Network. To me comments such as these, as well as those from listeners who indicate that we had provided them with new … Continue reading

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BTW! Exclusive . . . Profiler Pat Brown provides an interesting glimpse into the life of a Gatineau predator! Is there a possible link with the Leblanc murder?

Incredible tips (7 in total) from criminal profiler Pat Brown on the possible profile identity of the Gatineau abductor . . . including the proximity of the abduction attempts to the Rose Blue Massage Parlour . . . remember to tune in to the on-demand broadcast from last evening’s BTW! segment “Profiling the Abductor . … Continue reading

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Bullying is not just a schoolyard problem . . .

According to the 5 time bestselling author, who’s latest book “Your Kids Are Your Own Fault” Larry Winget, little schoolyard bullies often grow up to be be big, workplace bullies. While Larry, who was a member of our guest panel (which also included criminal profiler Pat Brown and think Like A Black Belt’s Jim Bouchard), … Continue reading

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Hunting The Hunter: Criminal Profiler Pat Brown To Build A Profile of Gatineau Predator

The Friday October 7th segment of BTW! is a Special titled “Profiling the Abductor . . . Is It Just A Matter of Time Before a Gatineau Woman Falls Prey to a Predator?” While Gatineau police are taking major steps to apprehend a man described as being in his forties, measuring 6 feet and weighing … Continue reading

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National issues with a regional focus it’s Buckingham This Week! As a featured host on Blog Talk Radio I have had the privilege of  interviewing some of the most amazing people from the world of politics, business and entertainment. Reaching a collective audience of more than 2 million people each month worldwide through my shows … Continue reading

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Buckingham This Week!: According to one irate parent, the elementary school gunman has gotten off easy!

I am a parent of one of the students in the class that was threatened by crazy Dagenais and yes, the children’s lives were in danger.  He showed his gun to the teacher and children in this class. When the police “took down” Dagenais, they removed his gun, knife, and bullets in his pockets as … Continue reading

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National issues with a regional focus . . . New York-based Blog Talk Radio comes to Buckingham

National issues with a regional focus . . . it’s Buckingham This Week! As the host of one of Blog Talk Radio’s most popular shows, I have interviewed persons of note from the world of politics, business and entertainment. Reaching an audience of more than 2 million people each month worldwide, both the PI Window … Continue reading

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The Internet Predator Verdict Is In . . . GUILTY! Is this the Start of a New Internet Policing Era?

The most important issue highlighted in this case is one of boundaries. Specifically, where do jurisdictional boundaries fall when dealing with such a universal tool as the internet. Melchert-Dinkel lives in Minnesota, but his victims were from Canada and England. His defense attorney tried to get the case dismissed on these grounds, arguing that the … Continue reading

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Women in America: Enlightening Womens’ Minds, and Empowering Womens’ Hearts

As women’s history month launches, the White House published a new report — We’ve got a ways to go, baby.  “At all levels of education, women earned about 75 percent of what their male counterparts earned in 2009…women are more likely to be in poverty than men….economic inequities …more acute for women of color.” How … Continue reading

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Are the differences between a right to die choice and a victim of murder too subtle for the courts to differentiate between the two?

“The cases highlight the confusion surrounding the legal tests for murder, assisted suicide and euthanasia. Campaigners argue there should be clear guidance on how prosecutors should respond to cases where a competent adult requests help to die, and where relatives inflict death without the clear wishes of their loved ones. “The law needs to protect … Continue reading

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