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Brian Ross Investigates: Break Down of the Blue Wall of Silence
This week on Brian Ross Investigates: It was one of the ugliest days in American history. Four schoolgirls killed by a Ku Klux Klan bomb at the 16th street Baptist church in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963. It took decades to get full justice for those responsible. Only because the prosecutor and future Senator Doug Jones would not let the case drop. Now Jones joins us to talk about another pivotal court case, the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin.
Plus, vaccine phobia. Has the Biden administration made too much of the issues with Johnson and Johnson’s vaccine, or not enough?
How long will we need to still wear masks outdoors, where the risk is so low? We’re joined by Dr. Boris Lushniak, the former acting surgeon general.
And this week’s winners and losers in the media. See if you agree with the choices made by the editors of Mediaite.
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Brian Ross’ Guests/Hosts:
Rhonda Schwartz – Law&Crime Network
Aidan McLaughlin – Editor In Chief, Mediaite
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