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Inside Lenz is a network of talk shows, discussing the issues of the day and bringing listeners to the next level with shows that educate, entertain, and touch your senses.

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Guest: Dennis Griffin author of SURVIVORSThe survivors of victims of murder and suspicious death are often victimized twice—first by the loss of their loved one and subsequently by the system they rely on for justice. In pursuit of police transparency and search for justice, retired investigator Dennis Griffin takes us inside the world of real crime cases to expose the shocking truth behind the alarming number of unsolved murders and suspicious deaths classified as accidental, self-inflicted, or natural—with little to no investigation.**************************************************************More from ImaginePublicity on Air: http://imaginepublicity.com/podcasts/Follow on Twitter @ImaginePublictyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImaginePublicity/Music: Bensound.Com
One suspicious "suicide" in a small town may not be unusual. But five deaths within a square mile of each other, all of them within a year of an oil boom hitting Centerville, Texas? While a hand full of people got rich, the family members of the deceased were left with nothing but questions. We'll discuss this tale of death, forged wills, and oil wells, with Jennifer Davis, daughter of one of the victims and Synova Cantrell, author and advocate.***************************************************Crime Wire on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNewCrimeWire/Crime Wire on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewCrimeWireCrime Wire is Produced and Sponsored by ImaginePublicity: http://imaginepublicity.comMusic: Bensound.Com
Guest host, Jillian Maas Backman welcomes Natalie Darby and Vanessa Suggs to discuss how human trafficking victims navigate the healthcare system, some not recognizing the fact that they are victims. Topics: Healthcare worker Tips-what to do when a victim doesn’t recognize that they are a victim or doesn’t want help- what red flags to look for- what physical complaints and signs and symptoms- what medical places victims are seen- % of victims seen in healthcare settings during trafficking***********************************************************************Podcast Guest Host:Jillian Maas Backman is an award-winning radio host, author, and authority in leadership development and intuitive intelligence. Her clients include high profile professionals, educational institutions, and businesses nationwide. JillianMaasBackman.comPodcast Producer:ImaginePublicity on Air Podcast covers a variety of topics including current events, history, authors and books. ImaginePublicity is a boutique social media management company that works with individuals, companies, or nonprofits looking for assistance with their social media presence.  Go to:  ImaginePublicity.com
Melissa Cronin survived the tragedy at the Santa Monica Farmers Market. She writes about the experience in her memoir, The Peach: Surviving the Santa Monica Farmers Market Crash: A Memoir of ForgivenessIn July 2003, 86-year-old Russell Weller confused the gas pedal with the brake and plowed through a crowd of shoppers at the Santa Monica Farmers Market. He struck and killed 10 pedestrians and injured another 63. Melissa, a 36-year-old critical care nurse at the time, sustained life-threatening injuries, confining her to a wheelchair for four months, followed by years of treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and a traumatic brain injury. How do you forgive someone who upended your world in an instant, and yet refuses to meaningfully apologize? At the scene of the accident, Russell Weller was heard by witnesses to say, “If you saw me coming, why didn’t you get out of my way?”*********************************************************************Shattered Lives on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shatteredlives/Host Website: http://donnagore.comFollow on Twitter @DonnaRGoreMusic: http://www.purple-planet.com
Guest host, Jillian Maas Backman discusses what happens to children who were criminally charged as adults when they leave the criminal justic system. Guest James Dold talks about his life experiences and what he's doing today to foster positive change for children.In the late 1980’s and early 1990’s states began passing laws to make it easier to transfer children into the adult criminal justice system which exposed them to harsh mandatory minimum sentences and mandatory sentencing enhancements.Today, an estimated 76,000 children are prosecuted in the adult criminal justice system every year. These children can face severe punishment that is not age-appropriate and is disproportionate given their young age and lessened culpability relative to that of adults.Jillian Maas Backman is an award-winning radio host, author, and authority in leadership development and intuitive intelligence. Her clients include high profile professionals, educational institutions, and businesses nationwide. JillianMaasBackman.com*********************************************************More from ImaginePublicity on Air: http://imaginepublicity.com/podcasts/Follow on Twitter @ImaginePublictyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImaginePublicity/Music: Bensound.Com
First time author, Phil Sheehan, comes out of the gate with a sci-fi blockbuster, HAPPENSTANCE. First in an upcoming series featuring the character Blake Thompson and his SEAL team. In HAPPENSTANCE they risk everything to prevent the world from a catastrophic level of destruction that would change the course of humanity forever. Yet even if they succeed, at what cost?Published by WildBlue PressPurchase from Amazon: Paperback or Kindle****************************************************************************************************More from ImaginePublicity on Air: http://imaginepublicity.com/podcasts/Follow on Twitter @ImaginePublictyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImaginePublicity/Music: Bensound.Com
Discussed in this episode is the issue of human trafficking and how to best serve victims, even those who are arrested and in prison. Guest host Jillian Maas Backman will be having a conversation on the subject with guest Alyssa MacKenzie of STATUSA.We also want to give credit to, and awareness, of the Coastal Region Human Trafficking Task force which serves Horry and Georgetown counties in SC.*****************************************************************More from ImaginePublicity on Air: http://imaginepublicity.com/podcasts/Follow on Twitter @ImaginePublictyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImaginePublicity/Music: Bensound.Com
On August 25, 2014, Jennifer Doxakis called the 9-1-1 emergency dispatch center in Paulding County, Georgia, to report that her then 40-year old brother Jason Brady was having difficulty breathing.  An ambulance was dispatched but Jason died at the scene. As devastating as that was for Jennifer, when she learned of how the call was handled by the responding  medical personnel the nightmare deepened and raised this question: Did Jason have to die?Jennifer joins us today to discuss her brother’s death and the concerns she has over how the 9-1-1 call was handled by the first responders.*******************************************Crime Wire on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNewCrimeWire/Crime Wire on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewCrimeWireCrime Wire is Produced and Sponsored by ImaginePublicity: http://imaginepublicity.comMusic: Bensound.Com
After a fall left Billy Price paralyzed from the chest down, he lost the ability to move much of his body, including his fingers. Not only did he suddenly face mobility challenges, but daily tasks that he took for granted, such as putting on clothes, became much more difficult. Throughout the years he learned tricks for getting dressed more easily and found a handful of clothing companies that catered to the adaptive community. That said, the one piece of clothing that always eluded him was shoes—he never found a pair of shoes that he felt were both attractive and that he could put on independently.It is clear that the world is ready for greater inclusion in fashion. Everybody is unique and we all want to express ourselves and feel confident. BILLY Footwear is proud to be a part of this movement. Website: billyfootwear.com**********************************************************************Shattered Lives on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/shatteredlives/Host Website: http://donnagore.comFollow on Twitter @DonnaRGoreMusic: http://www.purple-planet.com
Award-winning Mob author Dennis Griffin joins forces with Joey “the Fixer” Silvestri to tell a tale of a bygone era when organized crime dominated New York City. It was a time when neighborhood bosses controlled their turf and some cops would look the other way for the right price. Your best friend one day might want you dead the next. It was a violent life in which only the strong survived.Joe Silvestri was a tough kid from the mean streets of New York. He went from street brawler to wearing a tux at the glamorous Copacabana. He eventually provided “muscle” for the Mob, a highly respected and feared fixer—the guy you went to if you had a problem that needed to be resolved. He followed Mob protocol when having a sit down with an adversary: You never break bread with the enemy.Order A Family Business here: https://www.amazon.com/FAMILY-BUSINESS-Times-Fixer-Silvestri-ebook/dp/B07MTNTWYP?keywords=true+crime*********************************************************Crime Wire on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNewCrimeWire/Crime Wire on Twitter: https://twitter.com/NewCrimeWireCrime Wire is Produced and Sponsored by ImaginePublicity: http://imaginepublicity.comMusic: Bensound.Com
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