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-The tragic death of Miami teen Trayvon Martin at the hands of self-appointed neighborhood watch captain George Zimmerman in Sanford Florida has sparked nationwide outrage and calls for Zimmerman’s arrest have echoed from every media source, so you know we had to talk about it! Listen to our conversation with Vic Grechniw, firearms instructor and the owner of Florida Ammo Traders in Tampa, where he talks about how firearms instructors in his circle of colleagues would never call Zimmerman did justifiable force in a concealed weapons class. We also speak with criminal defense attorney Marcus Tan about Florida’s now infamous stand your ground law and how it’s completely inapplicable in this instance. We get a check in call from protesters in Liberty City where 800 people took to the streets to protest and Jonathon Perri of tells us about the viral media campaign to bring Trayvon’s story to the masses.

In the past year we’ve heard a lot of bad things about the banks and their role in our country’s financial crisis, but what do people on the inside think about the whole thing? Miguel Guerrero joins us to tell us about his experience as a loan officer at Wells Fargo and how he saw the focus shift from helping people buy homes and start businesses to squeezing money out of unsuspecting customers. He also tells us about the opposition he faced when he attempted to speak out against his employer’s crooked practices. Finally we talk to former analyst for Bear Stearns and author of Pants on Fire, Paul Christopherson about his book, and the lies that are preventing people from attaining the American Dream and what he believes needs to be done to change things.

1.  If Cops and Prosecutors wanted to do right by Trayvon, they would have…
On Feb 26, a young 17 year-old boy from Miami, Trayvon Martin was killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer while returning back to his father’s home from the corner store, armed only with skittles and ice tea.  Now the whole world is watching.  The man who killed Trayvon, George Zimmerman, remains free, because the police said they had no grounds to arrest him.  Some of the media have taken the cops word for it, citing Florida’s “stand your ground law.”  On our show tonight, we want to take a different tact, we want to know what the Cops (and Prosecutors) could have done to make an arrest.  And we start by talking to attorneys and to expert Florida firearms instructors that teach classes like the one George Zimmerman would have taken before he could legally carry a weapon.  And then we do the most ground breaking, cutting edge, thing of all, we actually look at the existing law that Sanford cops say excuses them from doing their jobs.  Don’t miss this segment, please, you may learn something.
2.  If Bankers wanted to do right by America…
“The banks got bailed out the people got sold out!” is a common refrain in post occupy-Wallstreet America.  But there are still some people that don’t get why people are so mad at big banks for “their own” bad decisions.  Well, we decided to ask two people that should know about banks better than anybody, people that actually worked for them.  Join us as we talked to a former Wells Fargo loan officer, and a former analyst at Bear Stearns.