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On this episode of "ROAM" we interview a young man that spent 16 years in jail as the result of a homocide. We ask him all the tough questions regarding life in the penitentiary and clear up many of the misconcpetions that people have regarding prison life.
Join our host Nafeesha Pasha aka Flawless, and her co-host Desmond Maurice Carter aka DMC, for this entertaining & though provoking discussion.
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Beginning with the first modern-day legal system, the scales of justice have been used to symbolize the balance between truth and fairness sought after in the justice system. Along with the concept of truth and fairness, the image is also used to depict the balance between the support and opposition a case has, with "Lady Justice" responsible for weighing the two and reaching a fair and just verdict. As each side presents evidence and argument, the scales tip to one side or the other. The judge, or jury, is responsible for determining which side is heavier when all the evidence and argument has been presented. Now, it seems the concept of truth, fairness, and just verdict has become a vessel of corruption (cover up) and justified homocide... Since the recent decesions in MO. and NY. there has been a vast outcry for "justice" and to end the killings of Americans (especially Black people) by the hands of those whom are trusted to protect the people.
Now it is time to find strategy with thoughtful planning to make changes that are fair and obtainable by both the community and the police. Tonight on The GreenHouse FX, we will begin to examine the problems of communication with the police, the reasoning that resulted in a no indictment decision by the grand jury of Mo and NY, and a look at this issue that has exist in Chicago for a long time.
On this episode AndroidVirus and Xander Kane are joined by Homocide to discuss The 1972 George McCowan Amphibious Horror movie Frogs!
We also cover the Post-Halloween 1987 John Grissmer Directed slasher fest Blood Rage! As the IMDB description says "Man is blamed for murders actually committed by his evil twin." So be prepared for a fully developed character and plot!
All this plus other horror related banter and humor!
Journalist and HLN Host Jane Velez-Mitchell talks with her long-time friend and colleague, Rolonda Watts, about the big shake-up at HLN and CNN that landed her and her six year old news show under the ax. Jane talks about the power of change and what's next for the author and news star.
Plus -- Jane reveals the truth behind her drastic decision to go Vegan and how her tremendous love for animals led her to it. Jane also talks openly about coming out of the closet and finding the love of her dreams, and what her long path as a recovering alcoholic has taught her about life. Jane tells all in this editon of "Sundays with Rolonda."
Jane's book EXPOSED is a New York Times Bestseller and worth a read with the Jodi Arias trial starting up next week!
Join Wisconsin Carry, Inc. President and host of Well Armed Radio, Nik Clark for another LIVE broadcast of Wisconsin's premier 2nd Amendment/freedom minded radio program. Where we don't just talk about guns, but capitalism and freedom. Show runs live from 7 to about 8:30 pm Central time. Tune in, Call in, BE WELL ARMED!
Well Armed Radio... Because knowledge is your best defense, but a good back-up never hurts.
Topics this week:
-Berlin, WI double homocide and the disservice many police departments provide their municipal residents
-Milwaukee Crime wave... its even worse than we are told. Why more police won't solve the problem.
-and much more!
The recent loss of Michael Brown to 'police brutality' and the committed suicide of actor Robin Williams, has began a huge debate. Some feel moved to discount a death because of the circumstances. The same birth process is the same, life choices are different but why should one death be more costly than another? IS race still the dividing line? We gon talk about it Tonight on DaEmporess Speaks.
Today, after have a lot of cross talk between several players, the topic of research and credible references came up. Wikipedia, and World Book, the Funk of Wagnalls and Encarta and others - How valid are they, and how credible of a reference can they be, when doing research? Aaron Anderson, Derrill E Holley and Reylon Ellis control the talk on this subject - THEN
Tandia O'Neal suggested we talk about Eric Garner, the 43 year old Black man who was put in a 'choke hold' by New York law enforcement and the ruling on his death was homocide.... We had a good time talking and expressing our views and we were joined by Lambert Davis of his CHEESECAKES fame, and Daryl Plowden - Quite a few personal experiences were shared on the show.
To call in? 347-205-9366 - Join us for the TALK OF THE TOWN - right here on the JKN.
There have been recent report that tells a chilling story and revealing statistics on gun violence especially in America. More kids are being shot in their own homes by accidental gun shots thatn ever before. Even our young non violent teens and kids are finding themselves in a world of turmoil when playing with guns that were supposed to be locked up only to be in the hands of a young inexperience person. The death tolls have nearly tripled and we will be discussing what we can do to solve this ongoing problem. Although many cities have a "buy back" programs where you can turn in a hand gun with no questions ask and receive monies in return. yet this gun violence has a multitude ow ways that it is destroying our youth and putting families into a downward spiral.
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