A.J. Flick, former Tucson Citizen reporter for 17 years (31 years plus as a journalist) has authored a book about the 2004 stabbing murder of 37 year old Tucson ophthamologist Dr. Brian Stidham, allegedly perpetrated by his business partner Dr. Brad Schwartz. A.J. reported on this crime so she knew firsthand about this newsworthy murder.
Most of us remember reading all the gory details in the newspapers as this heinous and famous crime was committed and prosecuted. Dr. Stidham was stabbed 15 times and his body was found in the parking lot of his office. And oddly enough, Dr. Schwatz’s girlfriend Lourdes Lopez was an attorney/county prosecutor.
“A.J. Flick is a writer, editor and repurposed journalist based in Tucson, Ariz. Her byline has appeared in numerous news websites and publications across the country. When she isn’t writing, she loves endurance hikes and wilderness explorations. Just kidding. She would rather read and watch a lot of TV and movies.”
A.J. Flick, photo credit to Kathleen Dreier
Book is available now for pre-order on Amazon.com, and will be released on Oct. 9, 2018.
Congratulations AJ! Can’t wait to read your book. I was one of those former practicing attorneys who was following this horrible story as it unfolded and waited to see who would be prosecuted for the murder.
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Tomorrow is the Arizona Primary 2018 , with polls open 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Many have already voted early, being on the PEVL (Permanent Early Voting List). If you don’t vote tomorrow, please mark your calendar for the November 6, 2018 General Election. Up for re-election this year are the Arizona state officers (Governor to Mine Inspector), one U.S. Senate seat, all 9 Congresspersons, the State Senate and State House (2 in each legislative district) , various school board members, and Justices of the Peace.
More info here by the League of Women Voters of Greater Tucson’s Guide about voting in Pima County. It’s your civic duty to vote as U.S. Citizens. The Guide is in English and Spanish.
Voter registration stats (from Arizona Sec. of State website): registered Democrats in Pima County – 200, 943, registered Republicans 157,706, registered as Other 160,746. Registered as Green 1,485 and Libertarian 4,100.
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