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Tonight is an introduction to next week's show Legalized Murder. Next week I will have as my guest a Viet Nam Combat War Veteran I met recently. WE were discussing the U.S. re-engagement of military forces in Iraq. And he said, yeah, more legalized murder. So tonight I am going to look at the philosophy of war and the progression from war to defense and prepare the way for me to discuss war as legalized murder with an actual combat war veteran.
Casino City's Vin Narayanan, Aaron Todd and Dan Podheiser discuss the growth of daily fantasy sports, loyalty programs in the casino industry and whether they drive play and when the Gang is willing to "waste" money on longshot items like lottery tickets or raffles. As always, the close the show with their best bets for the week.
In the midst of media sensationalism and propaganda we can not hide the fact that we are losing too many young lives in the street. Mothers and fathers are wearing too many black outfits at funerals that should have never taken place. From Charlotte to California murder is as common as a cold. This afternnon at 6pm join Zion; the minister of information, and his in studio guest; motivational therapist Titus Broom, as they step inside the men's room.
Tonight's Politics: Second Murder. Ferguson. Unrest. Guests include writer/singer John Milton Wesley (MD), DeeAnna Lopes (TX), and LaQuay Juel (NJ) of Obsidian News. National panel discusses Ferguson and the second murder. Panel discusses history of race relations in the US.
This weeks playlist includes : , Slay, Flash of Genius, Schlafwandler, 490 Friedhof Chiller, Mizz D, Deutsch Rap, German Rap, Low C, Murder Dog Mag Da Morgue, (R.I.P.) AC Chill, S.P.C., K-Rino, 007 5th Ward Boyz, Hustler E, Moss Major, Scratch LDP, Skinny Manne, Tha BG, Rapper K, Dope-E, Murdoq, Klondike Kat, Ganksta Nip, R.I.P. Mathew Molnar"
The Murder of Michael Brown & Eric Garner: Are the Police Taliban, or Al Qaeda? Who do you fear most?
In the 1960's it was the act of a MARCH, PROTEST, BOYCOTT AND ECONOMIC CHALLENGES that brought CHANGES
This episode will discuss the murder of Eric Garner and Michael Brown. Eric Garner was murdered for voicing his concern about being targeted by police and for an alleged prior possession of untaxed cigarettes, which led to a death sentence. Michael Brown was murdered allegedly with his hands in the air and also while unarmed. He was shot six times with a fatal bullet to the 18 year old head. We will discuss the ongoing problems associated with untrained police officers who encounter unarmed people and police citizen encounters in America. Garner wanted to know why he was being harassed and he suffered a life sentence for merely questioning police officers and why are Americans under attack by their local police who are commissioned to protect and serve the community. However, it appears that local police departments are armed military forces who target their communities like terrorist. Who do you fear the Taliban, Al Qaeda or your local police? A side bar, in Georgia a bomb was thrown threw a window of a home occupied by a family to enforce a search warrant. A child suffered severe injuries!
We will also cover why 12 NYPD officers were required to respond to the home of a Brooklyn grandmother and force her from her home and the Protest against the Shooting death of an unarmed teen in Ferguson Missouri
When filming his TV series Race Relations, John Safran spent an uneasy couple of days with one of Mississippi's most notorious white supremacists. A year later, he heard that the man had been murdered – and what was more, the killer was black.
At first the murder seemed a twist on the old Deep South race crimes. But then more news rolled in. Maybe it was a dispute over money, or most intriguingly, over sex. Could the infamous racist actually have been secretly gay, with a thing for black men? Did Safran have the last footage of him alive? Could this be the story of a lifetime? Seizing his Truman Capote moment, he jumped on a plane to cover the trial.
Over six months, Safran got deeper and deeper into the South, becoming entwined in the lives of those connected with the murder – white separatists, black campaigners, lawyers, investigators, neighbours, even the killer himself. And the more he talked with them, the less simple the crime, and the world, seemed.
Murder in Mississippi is a brilliantly innovative true-crime story. Taking us places only he can, Safran paints an engrossing, revealing portrait of a dead man, his murderer, the place they lived and the process of trying to find out the truth about anything. MURDER IN MISSISSIPPI-John Safran
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