Brian Ross Investigates: Ethical Concerns Raised Over COVID-19 Vaccination

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Brian Ross Investigates: Ethical Concerns Raised Over COVID-19 Vaccination

This week on Brian Ross Investigates: The Olympics this year, already postponed once, will depend entirely on Covid-19. Should Olympic athletes go to the head of the line for a vaccine shot? Should people behind bars, including the 9/11 terrorists at Guantanamo get moved up the vaccine line as well? A leading medical ethics professor says absolutely.

Plus the lawyer that took on the Vatican//and the Catholic church’s top Cardinals and made headlines when he took on the Boy Scouts, winning tens of millions for victims of sexual abuse. What’s next for controversial lawyer Jeff Anderson? He joins us tonight to talk about his new lawsuit against La Luz del Mundo – The Light of the World Church.

And this week’s winners and losers in the media. See if you agree with the choices of Mediaite.

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Rhonda Schwartz – Law&Crime Network

Aidan McLaughlin – Editor In Chief, Mediaite

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