Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer magazine editor Farron Cousins bring us up to speed on new revelations surrounding the controversial death of Jeffrey Epstein. From deleted prison cell footage, to guards 'conveniently' asleep on the job, to a new coroner's report which suggests Epstein's death may NOT have been a suicide, the case about what happened during the late financier and alleged pedophile's final hours remains wide open.
Then, a wide-angle snapshot of the media frenzy engulfing escalations between the US and Iran. Hawks are back to business as usual beating war drums across mainstream media. Are these turbulent times just the latest iteration of the war machine driven by news outlets and defense contractors joined at the hip?
Plus, attorney Daniel Nigh steps into the fold to update us on litigation against manufacturers of the popular heartburn relief aid Zantac. The drug has been found to create sky-high doses of the carcinogen NDMA in the human body, leading to stomach, bladder, and kidney cancers. Just WHY has it taken the FDA decades to alert the public about the dangers of this chemical, which is specifically used by researchers to create cancer in lab animals?
Finally, it appears that celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti will be unable to escape the litany of charges against him, including for wire fraud, embezzlement, and extortion against Nike.