More psychological experts will take the stand today to tell a judge whether or not Ming Sen Shiue should be locked up indefinitely as a "dangerous sexual predator." Shiue was convicted 30 years ago of murder, kidnapping and rape. He's eligible for parole from federal prison in July. He took the stand himself yesterday, saying he is no longer dangerous.
MPR's Cathy Wurzer spoke with author Eileen Biernat, a retired psychologist who has published an exhaustive history of the Shiue case. It's called "Stalking Mary."