WKTV, a television station out of Grand Rapids, Michigan, is deserving of recognition for their willingness to air a daring program which gives voice to victims and survivors of Domestic Violence and Judicial Terrorism. The program runs 30 minutes and airs Wednesday afternoons at 3:30 pm EST. In the Grand Rapids area, this is Comcast channel 25; and throughout the rest of Michigan, the program can be found on AT&T U-verse channel 99.
Those who have hosted this interview series are no strangers to the issue of Judicial Terrorism, and thus are apt in aiding victims and survivors in sharing their stories. The producer and founding host of the show is Dennis Lawrence. He and his wife had physical and legal custody of their grandchildren for a year when they were taken as wards of the State without cause and without any report or suspicion of wrong-doing on the Lawrence’s part.
The other current host is Domestic Violence Victims Advocate Maria Bauer Melinn, whose traumatic case is the stuff movies are made of. Her back was broken by her then-husband in 1998, and to add insult to injury, a corrupt judge decided that her abuser, who also abuses the children, should have physical custody of his young victims.