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11 Oct, 2019 22:15

The News with Rick Sanchez - October 11, 2019 (17:00 ET)

A convicted rapist and suspected child killer was nearly lynched in Saratov, Russia by a giant crowd. Meanwhile, the deepening feud between the NBA following an offensive pro-Hong Kong tweet is leading to suppression of speech.

Rick Sanchez reports. Tehran reports that an Iranian oil tanker was attacked with missiles from the Eastern part of the Red Sea, causing an oil spill. It was estimated to be carrying a million barrels of crude oil. RT America’s Rachel Blevins reports. Then former Pentagon official Michael Maloof shares his insights.

Thousands of Britons died last winter because they couldn’t afford adequate heating. Former UK MP George Galloway explains how poverty and inequality in the UK contributed to the country’s decision to leave the EU. Dr. Jemima Pierre, professor of African American Studies at UCLA, discusses the ongoing demonstrations in Haiti wherein at least 20 people have been killed.

Nationally syndicated columnist Ruben Navarrette weighs in on the politically motivated bias and inconsistency in mainstream coverage of Syria, Yemen, Ecuador and Haiti. Plus, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's warning to the EU.