What will it take to atone for Canada's 'genocidal' past? (Full show)
A search warrant has been issued for Alec Baldwin’s phone in connection to the probe into the discharge of a gun mistaken for a prop on the set of his latest film. It resulted in a cinematographer’s death. RT America’s Faran Fronczak breaks the news. Then RT America’s Alex Mihailovich reports the latest on Canada’s reckoning with its abuse of indigenous children in its now-infamous period of forced assimilation of First Nations children. Then Jaike Spotted Wolf, member of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation shares her insights. She says the descendants of European colonists need to accept the reality of “Native American genocide” and that the $40 billion in Canadian dollars (worth approximately $30 billion USD) is a mere Band-Aid.
RT producer Luis Quiles reports on the new surge in US COVID-19 deaths, which surpassed 800,000 this week.
The defense team for disgraced socialite and alleged Jeffrey Epstein accomplice Ghislaine Maxwell made its opening statements on Thursday. It centered on trying to create doubt in the reliability of accusers’ memories of Maxwell’s role in their alleged abuse. Marlin Ettinger of the Gravel Institute, who has been extensively covering the Maxwell trial, joins to discuss.
Plus, former Minnesota governor and “World According to Jesse” host Jesse Ventura joins to discuss the recent release of documents related to the assassination of President John F Kennedy in 1963.