“You don’t know what it’s like to be singled out for color if it’s never happened to you,” Karen Dumas told Charlie Langton.
“There was even a point in the trial where the prosecutor pointed at Mr. Lane and myself and said, ‘Look at these people, and look what kind of people these people are,’” Banica Jones said.
“It can be as simple as people feeling pressured to buy things they can’t afford or being too impatient to wait in line,” Shulman said. But it can also be an addiction.
Shabazz was on the panel with “Deadline Detroit” writer Jeff Wattrick to discuss Detroit’s finances and whether there’s any way out of the cycle of debt and dysfunction. Shabazz said Bing’s leadership is entirely to blame for all the city’s woes.
It would no doubt be controversial, but the idea of dissolving the city of Detroit and absorbing it into Wayne County is being tossed around in Lansing.
“I think at the end of the day, we’re supposed to live in a world, a society that believes in rehabilitation,” Banks said.
He added Juggalos have lost custody of their kids, been detained in separate jail cells, been pulled over because of ICP bumper stickers, photographed and put into local police gang databases.
Bev Rydel and Kat Tedsen, authors of “Haunted Travels of Michigan,” stopped by the Charlie Langton morning show on Talk Radio 1270 to answer that question.
She said she feels her deceased mother’s presence more strongly on Halloween. “I also feel the spirits of who have passed on, that are kind of free to roam on that day, it’s kind of their get of of jail free card.”
Frankie Andreu said: “Lance was very vindictive in attacking my wife and I … I’m not the traitor, I’m not a rat.”