Activists who defended Venezuela Embassy back in court, face prison time
Defendants in the case involving the protection of Venezuela's embassy in Washington, DC were back in court on Wednesday. If found guilty, the four activists face a maximum penalty of one year in prison as well as $100,000 fine per person. Two of the defendants, pediatrician Dr. Margaret Flowers and attorney Kevin Zeese join In Question to discuss their unprecedented trial. Pressure is mounting against the UK's Prince Andrew as federal prosecutors say he isn’t cooperating with the Epstein probe. But Prince Andrew says that’s not the case. RT America’s Trinity Chavez has the latest. An antivirus program is selling highly sensitive web browsing data to many of the world’s largest companies, according to leaked documents. Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins In Question to discuss.