Domestic Violence and Desperate Acts: the Story Most People will Never Forget: Interview with Lorena Bobbitt on VoiceAmerica Talk Radio Network

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Crime Prevention 101 the Personal Safety Radio Show with an Optimistic Perspective on a Sober Subject features domestic violence survivor, now domestic violence activist, Lorena Bobbitt on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel, Thursday, October 29 at 5 PM Pacific Time.

On October 29, 2009 at 8pm Eastern Time, Crime Prevention Specialist Susan Bartelstone interviews Lorena Bobbitt, who, back in June, 1993, made headlines all over the world because she cut off her husband's, John Wayne Bobbitt, penis and threw it out of the window of her car into a field beside the highway; only to have it found by the police and reattached by the doctors. The interview will be heard on the VoiceAmerica Live Internet Talk Radio Network and Ms. Bobbitt will be talking about the domestic abuse that led a shy, frail-looking woman to do what she did; what happened to her in the aftermath of the sensational trial; her televised reunion with her former husband after 15 years, and what brought her out of hiding after all this time.

It'd be a crime not to listen.

Crime Prevention 101 airs live on Thursdays at 5 PM Pacific / 7 PM Central/ 8 PM Eastern on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel. To access the show, log on at http://www.modavox.com/voiceamerica. All shows will be available in Susan Bartelstone's Content Library on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel for on-demand and podcast download.

The VoiceAmericaTM Network offers the latest conversations in a talk radio format, providing education, interaction, and advice on key issues live, on demand as well as through pod cast download. If interested in hosting a talk radio show on VoiceAmerica Network, contact Jeff Spenard, President of
Internet Radio at 480-294-6417 or at jeff.spenard @ modavox.com.

Contact Executive Producer Brandy Jackson at 480-94-6411 for advertising /sponsorship information or other show details.

About Susan Bartelstone:
Years ago, Susan Bartelstone had a bad break-up with a guy, complete with physical and emotional bruises, and determined to learn how to protect herself. Today, she's a certified Crime Prevention Specialist and Personal Safety expert, with 17 years combined training in WWII Combatives, self defense and martial arts. Along the way, she deterred five extremely dangerous criminal encounters, fought her way out of a surprise attack and, for the past 18 years, has taught safety skills to men and women from such organizations as American Express, the U.S. Post Office and the Livery Cab Owners Coalition of New York.

Author of Think Fast and Prevent a Violent Crime: How to Respond to Danger in 20 Seconds (or Less!), which is based on her own experiences, she's been featured in a long and varied list of media; the "Today Show," "America's Most Wanted" and Self Magazine to name but a few.

Over the years, she's helped thousands of people solve their personal safety dilemmas with her practical advice--which stresses the many opportunities you have to avoid or defuse a criminal encounter and how to use your brains instead of your muscles in a fight.

About VoiceAmerica / Modavox:
(OTC.BB MDVX), Modavox is the leading producer and distributor of online talk radio content, streaming approximately 250 hours of live programs and scheduled replays weekly on its Modavox VoiceAmerica™ Network (http://www.voiceamerica.com). Modavox, Inc. (http://www.modavox.com) is a pioneer in internet broadcasting, producing and syndicating online audio and video, and offering innovative, effective and comprehensive online tools for reaching targeted niche communities worldwide. Through its patented Modavox technology, Modavox delivers content straight to desktops and Internet-enabled devices. Modavox provides managed access for live and on-demand internet broadcasting and syndication, content management, online meetings, event management, enterprise communications and distance learning.

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