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This show here is gonna be quite the controversal one. On this episode of Off the Cuff Radio, King Eric Da Ruler along with his comrads ILa R DaSandman and Sage Mckenzie tackle the issues of SNITCHING within todays culture. We also discuss how Snitching has effected the Black Community as well as Not Snitching.
Its gonna be a VERY interesting show.
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Tonights broadcast of the show is a "Snitching, Are You Doing It?" Saturday, and we'll be discussing the various ways you could be doing it, and not even know it
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WEDNESDAY, October 30th, 2013- TONIGHT we continue on with our HUMP DAY tradition surrounding RELATIONSHIPS! However, it's relationships with a little twist. We are talking about the street code of no snitching. Is it a myth or reality? Does snitches get stitches? Is there ever a good time to snitch? Call in LIVE to join the conversation. Dial917.889.3926 to ask questions or comment LIVE. Real talk. Real People. Real Times. We are TM Hyman Radio!
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Barrett's snitching deal
WHTMSSH -vs- BLCKMSSH
We will aslo be talking about the lack of legit mother f*ckers on the internet, and why it was that B*tch *ss N*ggers have been REMOVED from twitter.
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Stop snitching, is it working? A segment of American society deems telling law enforcement about crime and criminals completely wrong. No matter what the crime is. Is this unwritten law helping anyone but the criminal? We will be talking about who is being hurt and who is being helped, assisted by not snitching. Also compare communities that contrast in thought about snitching.
This show will expore the world of snitches/agent-provacatours and the history and present state of informants in the community. It will also look into some alternatives to snitching in-light of black-on-black violence occuring in the community.
Informants are an important part of criminal investigations and prosecutions. In exchange for leniency or other benefits, one criminal can provide information that helps to convict others. But the use of informants bears risks for the integrity of the system and the safety of the community. Alexandra Natapoff, a professor at Loyola L.A., explores the practice and recommends reforms inSnitching: Criminal Informants and the Erosion of American Justice ...
This Topic is about talking about stuff that happened to you in the week whether good or bad on any subject matter. To get things off your chest and feel better. To build a family of trust and talk about life events and get resolutions.
The topic to be discussed is : SNITCHING, is snitching gossip; good or bad, or when it is a good time to snitch?
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In the African American and Latin communities there's a street motto that many live by, the "No Snitching" rule. No snitching basically mean "Don't talk to cops no matter what." It originated as a policy to counter the deals that were being offered by police to people they arrested in order to share information they knew about other illegal activity that was going on. But now if has taken on a completely different spin. If you divulge information on a murder, rape, robbery, you have broken a code of "Honor" in the community. You are then labeled a snitch and must face the consequences. Sometimes the consequences may be a beat down, sometimes you are snubbed by the "Hood" and sometimes, it may lead to death. Because of these things, people are reluctant and quite possibly just afraid to speak out. Tonight's topic is "What are the ramifications of the "NO Snitching" movement in our communities and how do we erradicate it?"
The Stop Snitching campaign gained national attention when the "Stop Snitching!" DVD came out in 2004. A number of men claiming to be drug dealers address the camera, and threaten violence against anyone who reports what they know about their crimes to the authorities. Snitching has been taboo and sometimes can lead to death. It's a topic we shake our heads to all the time. But what would you do?