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Jane Velez Mitchell and "After Etan" Author Lisa R. Cohen on Justice Interrupted Investigates

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Jane Velez Mitchell: Author, Investigative Journalist, and Host of HLN's Issues with Jane Velez Mitchell Jane comes to Justice Interrupted to share her experiences as a notable television news journalist, Jane Velez-Mitchell is the host of the TV show “Issues with Jane Velez-Mitchell” which airs on HLN every night at 7p.m. eastern and 4 p.m. pacific. She will also discuss her prior work experiences as a reporter for the nationally syndicated Warner Brothers/Telepictures show "Celebrity Justice." Jane will also discuss her soon to be released book, "I Want" which traces her unique quest for an addiction-free life over the course of many years, detailing her struggles to stop drinking, smoking, overeating, and overworking. Lisa R. Cohen is an Emmy award winning television news magazine producer with over twenty years of network news experience at both ABC and CBS News. At “PrimeTime Live” and then at “60 Minutes II” she produced reports for Diane Sawyer, Sam Donaldson, Peter Jennings, Cynthia McFadden and others, on topics as diverse as the right to bear arms, have abortions and exercise the death penalty. She has covered some of the biggest moments in recent history including TWA 800, the Oklahoma bombing, and the September 11 terror attacks. Her 1996 one-hour documentary for ABC News Prime Time Live, “Judgment at Midnight,” won multiple awards, including the NATAS Emmy; CINE Golden Eagle; International Film and Television Award; and the Foundation of American Women in Radio and Television “Gracie” award. And she is the author of “After Etan” Join Hosts: Prosecutor and Author Robin Sax, Police Officer and Author Stacy Dittrich, Advocate and Author Susan Murphy-Milano each week as they provide justice for those whose lives have been interupted by rape, murder, child sexual predators, strange and unexplained disappearances, domestic violence, and cold cases yet to be solved...

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