RADIO AFTERMATH Do Right by Trayvon Martin Us
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Lisette Garcia From: muhammed malik Sent: Friday, March 23, 2012 3:46 To: undisclosed-recipients Subject: RADIO AFTERMATH: "Do Right Trayvon Martin Us" AFTERMATH: RIGHT TRAYVON Right-click here download pictures. helpprotect your privacy, Outlook prevented automatic download this picture from the Internet. FAMILY, you missed the show, download here press play below. Plus, subscribe our PODCASTS iTunes, and never miss our shows. The tragic death Miami teen Trayvon Martin the hands self-appointed neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman Sanford Florida has sparked nationwide outrage and calls for Zimmermans arrest have echoed from every media source, you know had talk about it! Listen our conversation with Vic Grechniw, firearms instructor and the owner Florida Ammo Traders Tampa, where talks about how firearms instructors his circle colleagues would never call Zimmerman did justifiable force concealed weapons class. also speak with criminal defense attorney Marcus Tan about Floridas now infamous stand your ground law and how its completely inapplicable this instance. get LIVE call from protesters Liberty City where hundreds people took the streets and Jonathon Perri change.org tells about the viral media campaign bring Trayvons story the masses. the past year weve heard lot bad things about the banks and their role our countrys financial crisis, but what people the inside think about the whole thing? Miguel Guerrero joins tell about his experience loan officer Wells Fargo and how saw the focus shift from helping people buy homes and start businesses squeezing money out unsuspecting customers. also tells about the opposition faced when attempted speak out against his employers crooked practices. Finally talk former analyst for Bear Stearns and author Pants Fire, Paul Christopherson about his book, and the lies that are preventing people from attaining the American Dream and what believes needs done change things. *Martin Luther King: "Injustice Anywhere Threat Justice Everywhere!"