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Clark and Selby

The Justice For All Show!


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With Samuel Clark, a whistleblower police supervisor, and Andrew Selby, a whistleblower fire captain, expose the secrets of the police department, fire department, and corrections department.

On-Demand Episodes

Firefighter Michael Stoecker of the North Hudson Regional Fire and Rescue tells this shocking story of retaliation and differential treatment.

Our guest Kamau Khalfani, producer of Under the Learning Tree, WBAI 99.5 FM New York, will discuss the Sean Bell case and other incidents of police deadly force.

Community Activist Phil Carrington discusses his battle to construct a much needed community center in Jersey City.

Samuel Clark and Andrew Selby discuss the conviction of former Newark mayor Sharpe James on fraud and conspiracy. However, are government agencies tasked with stopping corrupt officials doing an adequate job?

City officials will not allow businessman/ community activist Phillip Carrington to construct a community facility. Our guest explains why his efforts to replace a bar and pool hall with a community facility was blocked.

Detective Mark Benjamin, a 20 year veteran, of South Jersey discusses this important issue. Don’t miss his insider’s story about problems with the present system of police self monitoring.

Construction worker and founder of Unified Mother’s and Men’s Initiatives, Sister Alajwanje`, will discuss the systemic problems in the construction industry.

Deputy Chief Kevin Hailey and other high-ranking Camden NJ fire officials will provide information about the unusual treatment of fire fighters.

Former Corrections Officer Kenneth Freeman the author of Rose Tainted Justice returns to continue discussing the unbelievable truth about the Department of Corrections.

Retired Bridgeport CT Police Officer Ted Meekins is a pioneer in the fight against police abuses. Hear his story about the struggle to establish meaningful relations between the police and the communities they serve.