Brian Ross Investigates: The Mississippi’s George Floyd Case

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Brian Ross Investigates: The Mississippi’s George Floyd Case

This week on Brian Ross Investigates: Calls for a state and federal investigation after the release of this video, a suspect in a Mississippi jail held down with a knee to his neck for some three and a half minutes. The death of Robert Loggins was declared an accident by the local authorities. But Dr. Michael Baden says otherwise. We’ll talk with the veteran Mississippi investigative reporter Jerry Mitchell who broke the story.

Plus, new developments in the case of the self-proclaimed Archbishop who sold industrial bleach as a miracle cure for autism, heart disease, cancer and even COVID-19. Now facing criminal charges brought by a federal grand jury in Florida, even as he claims the sale of his miracle cure is protected by freedom of religion.

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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