Friday March 16, 6-8 PM CST AxXiom For Liberty Live! Guest Former Homicide Detective, Author, Steven Spingola

Kaye Beach

March 16,  2012

Tonight on AxXiom For Liberty Live with Kaye Beach and Guest Co-Host Kevin Kelly

LISTEN LIVE at LogosRadioNetwork.com

Howard Houchen is, let’s say, “in the field” or “on assignment.”  In truth he has set out for parts unknown on a top secret adventure the purpose of which in known only to a few, and that few is sworn to secrecy.  We will be waiting with baited breath for a full report when he returns but in the meantime I am very pleased to welcome my good friend, Kevin Kelly, who has graciously agreed to be my guest host this evening.

Kevin is the founder of Chester County Ron Paul 2012, a radio producer and popular guest on numerous radio shows across the country.  His writings have been featured on the LRC Blog, Antiwar.com and the Philadelphia Inquirer. Kevin has a passion for all things radio and I predict a bright future is in store in radio for him.

We will be discussing current events for the first hour and taking your calls.

Call-In Number is 512-646-1984

In the second hour we welcome a very special guest, Steven Spingola, former Milwaukee Homicide Detective, and author.  Spingola is a nationally recognized investigator whose excellent reputation precedes him.  He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, a death investigations expert, a police shooting reconstruction expert and is formally trained in investigative analysis.

Take a look at Steve’s website, Spingola Files, at www.badgerwordsmith.com/spingolafiles/

Steve is also the author of  The Killer in Our Midst: the Case of Milwaukee’s North Side Strangler and Predators on the Parkway: a Former Homicide Detective Explores the Colonial Parkway Murders.
Check out these periodicals by visting www.badgerwordsmith.com/books.html
Among other topics, we will be discussing a new ebook-American Stasi: Fusion Centers and Domestic Spying  by Miles Kinard  (Available at Amazon.com and highly recommended!)

In his review of American Stasi: Fusion Centers and Domestic Spying,  Steve Spingola writes;

 

“On September 10, 2001, had a high-ranking law enforcement official told me that government agents could monitor the movements of those in possession of wireless devices in real time, absent an order from a judge, or enter a person’s private residence without leaving any documentation that an entry had occurred and that private property had been seized, I would have recommended a visit to the puzzle factory.  Kinard also illustrates why the cost of America’s domestic spy apparatus (estimated at $350 to $500 billion) became so outrageous. He further debunks the notion that Americans have little to fear from the newly created surveillance state as long as they have nothing to hide.

Make no mistake about it, Big Brother is here 24 hours a day, seven days a week.  When it comes to liberty, ignorance is no longer bliss”

I am encourage to know that their is some concern among law enforcement over the apparent paradigm shift taking place in their field.

I wrote of Steve Spingola recently;

The very best law officers have one thing in common; they want to get the bad guys and protect the innocent.  But what happens when the tools offered to law enforcement to get the bad guys also threaten the innocent?   This is not a new dilemma for law enforcement but with the myriad of changes taking place in recent years on both the legal and technological front, it must be an incredibly tricky one now.

Steven Spingola is doing something very important.  He is opening a dialog on issues that desperately needs an airing among those who swore an oath to serve and protect the people of the United States.

This former detective is truly is an investigator to his core.  Not satisfied with accepting anything at face value he is examining issues at what must be an uncomfortable intersection for anyone involved in law enforcement

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This promises to be a very interesting interview.

Join us!

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