A broadcast journalist for forty years and winner of numerous national broadcast news awards including the Edward R. Murrow Investigative Award from the Radio TV News Director’s Association, a national radio investigative award from Investigative Reporters and Editors (IRE), a national investigative award from the journalism honorary, Sigma Delta Chi, and a Silver Gavel award for investigative reporting from the American Bar Association.
I am the News Director of KTOK Radio and the Clear Channel Radio operations in Oklahoma City. I’ve been with KTOK Radio News for thirty-one years.
My investigative work has covered the politics of a corrupt governor, the Oklahoma City bombing and was responsible in part for the clearance of a death row inmate in Oklahoma. My stories have been printed in numerous publications nationally.
I’m a graduate of Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas. My wife, Mary, and I have been married for thirty-eight years and we are the parents of two daughters and a son. We make our home in Yukon, Oklahoma.
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Dixie Cup Assassin
Sept 11, 2001, changed U.S. policy. What action does the government take when there are 'dirty' jobs to do? Read the experiences of a man who was contracted to do these jobs. Why did he become involved? Will he be tossed aside like a used "Dixie Cup" when the government no longer needs his services? Investigative Reporter Jerry Bohnen shares the tasks and life of one such man known only as 'M.H.'
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