Castor An Expert On 'Scorned: Love Kills'
Montgomery County Commissioner and former county district attorney Bruce Castor gives expert commentary on an upcoming crime show.
From the Montgomery County Office Of Communications:
If you are home Saturday night, flip on the TV to the Investigation Discovery channel and catch Montgomery County Commissioner and former county District Attorney Bruce Castor giving expert commentary on a crime show detailing the Craig Rabinowitz case in Lower Merion in 1997.
The show, “Scorned: Love Kills," airs at 10 p.m. and will be repeated several times next week.
The episode, entitled “Never Enough," details the case of Rabinowitz, who eventually pleaded guilty to strangling his wife.
Castor, then the First Assistant DA in Montgomery County, was the lead prosecutor on the case.
Originally, it was thought that Rabinowitz’ wife, Stephanie, accidentally drowned in her bathtub.
Investigators subsequently found out that Craig Rabinowitz was involved in a Ponzi scheme, had carried on a long relationship with and spent tens of thousands of dollars on an exotic dancer named Summer, and that he had, in fact, strangled his wife.
Rabinowitz is currently serving a life sentence.
Castor became district attorney in 2000 and after serving two terms in that office was elected a county commissioner in 2007 and re-elected in 2011.