Friday, March 17, 2017


Above suspicionYoung girl’s panties started to go missing; sexual assaults began to occur, and then female bodies were found! Soon this quiet town of Tweed, Ontario, was in panic. What's even more shocking was when an upstanding resident stood accused of the assaults. This was not just any man, but a pillar of the community; a decorated military pilot who had flown Canadian Forces VIP aircraft for dignitaries such as the Queen of England, Prince Philip, the Governor General and Prime Minister of Canada. This is the story of serial killer Russell Williams, the elite pilot of Canada’s Air Force One, and the innocent victims he murdered. Unlike other serial killers, Williams seemed very unaffected about his crimes and leading two different lives. Alan R. Warren describes the secret life including the abductions, rape and murders that were unleashed on an unsuspecting community. Included are letters written to the victims by Williams and descriptions of the assaults and rapes as seen on videos and photos taken by Williams during the attacks.
Special Guest: ALAN R, WARREN
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Tuesday, March 07, 2017

RAW DEAL -- "Cannibal Cop" takes a bite out of NYPD Live Saturday 2pm PT

RAW DEAL -- "Cannibal Cop" takes a bite out of NYPD Live Saturday 2pm PT

"If my thought dreams could be seen, they would probably put my head in a Guillotine " -- Bob Dylan
“Deviant, violent fantasizing with no criminal intent and no genuine agreement to commit criminal conduct is not a crime."

Cannibal Cop & his co-author LIVE Saturday 2pm PT/5pm ET

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CannibalCop_KindleCover_12-20-2016_v1-300x478RAW DEAL: The Untold Story of NYPD’s “Cannibal Cop” 
Raw Deal is already getting a lot of press. I knew it would. The story of Gil Valle, also known as ‘The Cannibal Cop’, is simply too juicy to ignore. Much of the press has completely missed the greater point of the book of course, although I expect this to change when the book actually comes out. I am not complaining mind you, the saying “no press is bad press” holds true in pretty much any circumstance.
For now though, most of the press has focused on what Gil thinks about. Stories are written, and comments are made about his sexual fantasies, how weird they are, how odd he is. Many say they can’t believe he is free. That they think he should be locked up.
If you believe in freedom this should scare you. There are no half measures when it comes to freedom of thought.
This is what makes Valle’s story, which is written in excruciating detail in Raw Deal, so fascinating. Most people will be confused by his sexual fantasies, and quite a few will be disgusted, or even angered by them. That is fine. Knock yourself out. You have a right to be disgusted, you can even feel free to hate him, or even fear him if you wish. Some people I know in real life wonder how I could even work with someone like Gil.
But the thing is, Gil Valle is not only a nice guy and a true gentleman in real life, he also did not do anything illegal. Nothing at all. He not only didn’t not do anything in the real world, his online fantasies were obviously just that. Gil Valle went to prison because people didn’t understand his sexual fantasies and found them scary and disgusting. And that is wrong.
Author Brian Whitney helped Gil Valle tell his story “his way.”
Dostoevsky once said “The degree of civilization in a society can be judged by entering its prisons.” and Pope John Paul II said “A society will be judged on the basis of how it treats its weakest members”. Do you believe those words to be true?
This is one of those things. It isn’t hard. You either believe in freedom of thought or you don’t. You either think we all have the right to think what we wish, or you believe that those of us that think differently than others, especially in ways that society deems not normal, should be thrown in prison.
I know what I think, and that is why I feel proud to have written a book with the Cannibal Cop.

Friday, February 03, 2017


Monday, January 02, 2017



PATRICK E. CRAIG -- Burl Barer's original radio co-host from the 1960's returns to celebrate the long awaited, much anticipated and often dreaded continuation of his highly successful series of Amish fiction.  Burl always thought Amish Fiction was the name of the first Amish intercontinental airline.
   THE AMISH PRINCESS COVERTake a minute to read the plot of Patrick's latest thrill-fest: BOOK TWO|THE PARADISE CHRONICLES|A TALE OF THE EARLY AMERICAN AMISH
"Opahtuhwe, White Deer, is the beautiful daughter of the most powerful Chief of the Delaware tribe. She is revered by her people as a true Indian Princess. Everything changes when the murderous renegade Ehèntawisèk brings three Amish prisoners to the Delaware camp. The only survivors of the brutal massacre of most of the Hershberger family perpetrated by the renegade known as Scar, Jonathan and Joshua Hershberger are twin brothers that Ehèntawisèk is determined to adopt and teach the Indian way. The third prisoner is Jonas Hershberger, who has been made a slave because he would not defend his family against the Indians who murdered his wife, two daughters and younger son. White Deer is drawn to Jonathan but his hatred of the Indians causes him to push her away. Joshua’s gentle heart and steadfast refusal to abandon the Amish faith lead White Deer to a life-changing decision and rejection by her people. In the end, White Deer must choose between the ways of her people and her new-found faith. And complicating it all is her undying love for the man who can only hate her."
 I see couples therapy in White Deer's future, and Joshua has enough emotional baggage to fill the lost luggage department at Amish International Airport. 
In other words, this is a story of transformation, self-realization, and one that required the author to do a great deal of historical research -- or he just made up stuff that sounded believable. 
Patrick E. Craig isn't Amish, nor does he play an Amish on television.  He is an accomplished musician with perfect pitch, can pump a mighty Wurlitzer or a feeble Farfisa, and he has thousands of fans who are so addicted to his novels that we are contemplating opening a specialized rehab facility for those who will go to any lengths to get Pat's books.  This is Patrick's second visit to True Crime Uncensored on Outlaw Radio, followed the next week by Daniel Simone who partnered with Henry Hill to write a  hot true crime book. What could go wrong?

Tuesday, November 15, 2016


Presumed Guilty: An Investigation Into The JonBenet Ramsey Case, The Media, And The Culture Of Pornography by our pal and frequent guest, Stephen Singular, is the only book that presents a third scenario beyond the Ramseys or an intruder killing JonBenet and opens up new areas of investigation. 
Stephen was featured on a special Lifetime broadcast November 15th, and we are the first to grab him following that controversial appearance.

On the morning of December 26, 1996, JonBenet Ramsey was found murdered in the basement of her parents’ million-dollar Boulder, Colorado home. The death of the 6-year-oldbeauty queen horrified the city’s residents and immediately captured the country's interest. As throngs of reporters swarmed into Boulder, local and national networks flashed images of JonBenet — provocatively dressed in pageant outfits — acrossAmerican TV screens and around the world.
Like the talk show media, the Boulder Police Department focused its suspicions almost exclusively on John and Patsy Ramsey. Despite pressure from the police to arrest the Ramseys, the D.A.’s office, led by Alex Hunter, looked for new leads and other possible suspects. With conflict between the D.A. and the cops intensifying,the investigation gradually came to a standstill.
Expanding on the role he’d played a few years earlier in O.J. Simpson case,Singular decided to look deeper. Not content to pass judgment on the Ramseys without conclusive evidence, and convinced there was a reason the legal system was wary about prosecuting the case, he followed his own trail into the murder. It took him from the local bars to the county jail and onto shocking Internet web sites featuring images of girls the same age as JonBenet who’d been tied up and sexually tortured– for pleasure and profit. Instead of simply wanting to know who killedJonBenet Ramsey, Singular began to question what part of our culture and what kind of child exploitation may have caused her death?
His search led him into the seamy worlds of tabloid journalism, local politics,child beauty pageants, child pornography, and the big business of Internet sex just as it was taking off in cyberspace. His discovery — of a subculture that sexually used and abuses young children — motivated him to share his research with both the D.A. and the Boulder police. Presumed Guilty is his account of a journey into one of the darkest corners of American life.

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

JOHN DeDAKIS, formerly of CNN, joins us this Saturday 2pm Pacific Time

JOHN DeDAKIS, formerly of CNN, joins us this Saturday 2pm Pacific Time

Since 1969, I've been a just-the-facts-ma'am journalist working in radio and television newsrooms in Wisconsin, Germany, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Atlanta. Highlights of my career include getting tear gassed while covering the anti-Vietnam War riots in 1970 at the University of Wisconsin-Madison; doing a 40-minute, one-on-one radio interview with Alfred Hitchcock in 1973 during my stint in the Army at the American Forces Network (AFN)-Europe; and covering the White House for CBN News during the last three years of Ronald Reagan's presidency.
In 1988, I joined CNN as a writer. From 2001 to 2005, I supervised the writing on "Daybreak" anchored by Carol Costello. From 2005 to 2013, I was a Senior Copy Editor on "The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer." In March of 2013 I retired from CNN after 25 years with the network. I now write full time.
I grew up in La Crosse, Wisconsin and earned a BA in Journalism from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (1977).
The name DeDakis first appeared in the Chicago phone book about 1915 as a typographical error. My grandfather, who had just immigrated from Greece, felt the accidental capitalization of the second D made the name look more "dignified" so, Dedakis became DeDakis.
It's pronounced dih-DAY-kiss, by the way.
Mr. DeDakis, being shy, didn't mention the highlight of his media life is appearing on True Crime Uncensored on Outlaw Radio with fellow old school journalists Burl Barer and Howard Lapides  LISTEN LIVE SATURDAY 2PM PT/5PM ET BY CLICKING THIS LINK   WE ARE CELEBRATING THE RELEASE OF JOHN'S NEW NOVEL, "BULLET IN THE CHAMBER"
COMING OCT. 1, 2016:

Gutsy White House Correspondent Lark Chadwick is front-row center when the executive mansion is suddenly attacked. The president is missing, the first lady’s life is at risk, and Lark’s personal life is falling apart when the man she loves disappears.

Thursday, June 02, 2016

The OJ Simpson Trial -- What America Doesn't Know or Doesn't Remember: STEVEN SINGULAR LIVE

The OJ Simpson Trial -- What America Doesn't Know or Doesn't Remember: STEVEN SINGULAR LIVE

Listen live  2pm PT/5pm ET/10 pm London on your computer by clicking this link, or use the free Outlaw Radio app for your smart phone available from your app store.
Lod Legacy of Deception --A behind the scenes look at the O.J. Simpson case that explains why the blood evidence fell apart at trial. Veteran true crime writer, Stephen Singular, a two-time New York Times bestselling author, details his involvement with Simpson's defense team and updates his 1996 book about one of America's notorious crimes.

In the early days of investigating the murders of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Lyle Goldman, L.A.P.D. Homicide Detective Mark Fuhrman uncovered evidence destined to become the cornerstone of the prosecution's case in the trial of O.J. Simpson. But as the elaborate legal epic unfolded, Fuhrman himself--his character and professional conduct - far overshadowed the impact of his evidence. 
What emerged in the public eye, though shielded from the eyes of the jurors, was an appalling history of planting evidence, beating up suspects, virulent racism and anti-Semitism acted out behind the safety of a badge.
While the defense attempted to capitalize on the heavily publicized information about Fuhrman, prosecutors scrambled to maintain courtroom focus on the actual defendant.

Meanwhile, journalist Stephen Singular took on the task of searching for truth inside the police department crime lab.  What he discovered earned him a starring role on the glittery defense team as he outlined for them a means of proving that the defendant's blood actually could have been planted at the crime scene.
With this demonstration as a springboard, the defense scored a victory that astonished the entire world. But had a renegade cop actually planted the blood or not?

In Legacy of Deception, Stephen Singular disassembles the wall of deception constructed by the L.A.P.D. to reveal a scenario far more sinister than anything that emerged in the course of the trial.