Joyce Mitchell, the prison employee that helped two inmates escape, has been interviewed by Matt Lauer and we discuss her admissions. We also look at the Delta State University shooting of one professor by another, the hazing death of Baruch College freshman Michael Deng, and updates on the Walter Scott shooting--as well as the ongoing developments in the Bowe Bergdahl controversy, in this uncensored Crime Time with Loni Coombs, hosted by Allison Hope Weiner.GUEST BIO:Loni Coombs attended Brigham Young University, graduating at the age of nineteen with a bachelors degree in psychology and minors in philosophy and music. In 1988, after graduating from Pepperdine Law School, Loni began her legal career as a criminal trial prosecutor for the Los Angeles County District Attorneys Office. Her numerous felony trials ranged from murders to sex crimes and DUIs. From 2003 to 2005, Loni headed up the District Attorneys Hate Crimes Unit, monitoring discrimination cases throughout the county and training law enforcement agencies.In 2006, Ms. Coombs transitioned into the broadcast world as a legal analyst for national and local broadcast outlets, including CNN, Court TV (now TruTV), Extra, The View, Entertainment Tonight, and KTLA. Loni covered various trials including Phil Spector, OJ Simpson, Warren Jeffs, and Casey Anthony. Her daily coverage of the Phil Spector trial on KTLA.com earned her an AP award. Loni anchored newscasts (KTLAs Prime News, KDOCs Daybreak OC), co-hosted talk shows (KTLAs 9 am Morning Show, Foxs San Diego Living), and reported from the field (KTLAs Morning News and Prime News). Loni appears as a regular contributor on Dr. Phil, The Doctors, and "Dr. Drew."