August 23, 2022
Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey: Today we’re joined by Sean Fitzgerald, YouTuber and commentator, to discuss the ever-increasing crime rates in big cities, soft-on-crime policies, and the Innocence Project. We talk some specific cases from Jose Alba to Rodney Reed, and how those have affected the criminal justice system as a whole. We also dive into the hypocrisy of some well-known social justice warriors who exploit the names of dead black people in order to raise funds for their cases, only to use that money for personal gain. We talk bail reform, and ask the question: do criminal prosecutors actually care about justice?
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Previous Episodes Mentioned:
Ep 532 | The Case Against Julius Jones | Guest: Sean Fitzgerald https://apple.co/3Ki36uQ
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