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“How about women?” Charlie Langton asked. “That’s huge,” Raymond Highers said. “It was about, when you’re home with your family you always miss that physical touch with another person, you always yearn for that. You get used to that, the thing you never get used to is missing your kids, your mother.”
Opposing sides of the issue faced off Friday morning during a round-table discussion with Talk Radio 1270 host Charlie Langton.
Some described the non-delivery rule as racism, but Joan McKenna thinks that’s hogwash.
A report released from Auburn Hills police on Monday states that neither Patterson nor his driver, an ex-state trooper, were wearing seatbelts.
“There were things 10 times worse than anything I put up. The mood of the day was to try to get people’s attention.”
“We can be more efficient with a county-wide law enforcement,” Virg Bernero said.
“You’re looking at probably releasing between 500 and 600 people … I’m talking about dangerous criminals … If it’s not made up from some other county funds,” Napoleon said.
Beal did not call back, and the DIA and the radio station were hit with calls asking why the British Beal hung up instead of answering the question. Beal’s answer? He didn’t.
Charlie Langton said: “Some murderers don’t do that much time.”