Episode 40 – Police Murder an Unarmed Kid + Bigots Get Elected Across Europe

May 28, 2019 - 5:19

Transcript, Web links and Credits below.   Transcript: In October, a teenage boy named Charles Roundtree was shot and killed by police in San Antonio while he sat on the couch watching television. But none of us knew just how bad it was. The police chief lied about the shooting and the city tried to cover it up. But newly released body camera footage shows it’s a cold blooded murder. I’ll have action steps for us to take together. This weekend, all over Europe, open white supremacists...

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2 Replies to “Episode 40 – Police Murder an Unarmed Kid + Bigots Get Elected Across Europe”

  1. I called both numbers today, 5/30. (What sounded like pretty) young women took messages. When I asked at each office if they were tallying the number of calls they said no. When I asked if they could guess how many calls they’d gotten they “some” and “a lot.” I asked if a lot meant 20 or 100 and the young woman replied that she could not say.
    I always offer to leave my full name and phone number only the DA took it.

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