“Essentially, Michigan loves fat people,” Langton said.
A juror’s personal matter means there will be a day off in the middle of closing arguments in the corruption trial of former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick.
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“This jury has been very active,” Franks said. “(They have) asked the people to compare exhibits on the slides so they can compare information …The jury is very into the case. It’s perfect, I would think, for the prosecution.”
The Michigan Parole Board says Liske, 47, is now ready to be released. But Macomb County prosecutor Eric Smith, who personally prosecuted Liske, says he still remains a risk to the public.
Swimp added that “no conservative” celebrates Kwanzaa, which he describes as an anti-God, anti-American celebration meant to distract black people from the true meaning of Christmas.
“The Internet is the new public highway,” said WWJ legal analyst Charlie Langton. “This is a tech highway, you should have no expectation of privacy when you use Facebook.”
Even if the call to Kate Middleton’s hospital room was legal overseas, Buck Head predicted the Australian DJs are “gone.” “There would be riots if they kept their job … There’s no way, I definitely think they’re gone,” he said.
Charlie Langton, 1270 Talk Radio host and WWJ’s legal analyst, said Judge Wade McCree could lose his job over the latest allegations.
Steve Hood said: “If all of Detroit had stayed home, Mr. Obama would have still won the state.”