- Scott Binsak, who did a show on home improvement (but who was really busy bilking his customers royally); for the record, I don't know if Mr Binsak has been to trial yet, as I think he's still busy trying to prove that insanity made him steal
- James Lake, who did a show called "Money In Motion"; unfortunately for some of his customers, the money that was in motion was from their pockets to those of Mr Lake
- Greg Skrepenak, the previously mentioned football hero turned moronic greed-head
Stacy Brown from the Scranton Times did a great piece a year of so ago on the responsibility of WILK when it comes to its on-air talent. You can link to the article HERE.
Now WILK will not claim any responsibility for Binsak or Lake, as they had paid programming. In my opinion that's about a credible an argument as Bill Clinton arguing about what the definition of "is" is. Disclaimers aside, if it's WILK's airspace, then it's WILK's responsibility. I also hold them responsible for all the "miracle cure" info-mercials that air on the weekends. You've heard these before: take four pills a day and you will be cured of psoriasis, diabetes, dandruff, cancer, herpes, pet farting and many other ailments.
Caveat emptor, especially as it applies to what you hear on WILK.