Brian Ross Investigates: Robert Loggins – New Developments In The Search For Justice

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Brian Ross Investigates: Robert Loggins – New Developments In The Search For Justice

This week on Brian Ross Investigates: New developments in the search for justice for #RobertLoggins, the Mississippi man who ended up dead in police custody in a county jail after officers appear to use a knee to neck restraint for some three minutes.

Authorities called in an accident, but forensic pathologist Dr. Michael Baden says otherwise. With the Department of Justice launching investigations into the police in Minneapolis, in Louisville and elsewhere. We’ll talk with one of the Mississippi lawmakers who say the feds should come to his state too.

Plus, catastrophe in India, 400,000 Covid 19 cases a day, hospitals swarmed, bodies piling up. Law and Crime producer Samantha Kelly on the scene in Mumbai, with the very latest.

And this week’s winners and losers in the media, see if you agree with the choices made by editors of @Mediaite about John Oliver, the New York Times and the Washington Post.

#DeathOfRobertLoggins #BrianRossInvestigates

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Rhonda Schwartz – Law&Crime Network

Aidan McLaughlin – Editor In Chief, Mediaite

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