L&C Daily Tiger On The Loose Carole Baskin Praises Deputies’ Level Of Thinking

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L&C Daily: Tiger On The Loose – Carole Baskin Praises Deputies’ Level Of Thinking

Tiger King’s Carole Baskin praises a deputy’s level of thinking for responding to a tiger on the loose in Houston, Texas.

Special guest Lt. Sean “Sticks” Larkin joins us to discuss his new podcast, Law&Crime’s “Coptales…”. Larkin is the head of the gang unit of the Tulsa, Oklahoma, police department.

Prosecutors rest their case in the trial of a former deputy accused of planting drugs on people during traffic stops.

Plus, the trial of three former officers charged in the death of George Floyd gets delayed until next year.

Our coverage continues in the motion hearing in the Ahmaud Arbery case. The evidence the defense wants in and kept out of the trial.

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