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Indifference to injustice & “A slap in the face” (E213)

In this episode of “Watching the Hawks” Tyrel Ventura & Tabetha Wallace show that US prosecutors rarely pay for their misdeeds and misconduct in court. Apparently Detroit principals took over $1 million in bribes while their public school system was failing. David Reynolds, professor at CUNY, joins us in the Hawk’s Nest from NYC to discuss the political party divisions and partisan politics we see in the US today. Tabetha closes out the show with a 60-second campaign roundup featuring Margaret Flowers getting tossed out of a Maryland Senate race debate!

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