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1.  Ex-Informant or Ex-Panther or BOTH: The bombshell revelations on Richard Aoki

The late Richard Aoki has been called many things:long time California-based community activist, victim of Japanese internment, former member of the original Black Panther Party.  But one thing no one ever expected him to be called was an FBI informant.  Investigative journalist and author Seth Rosenfeld released the proverbial cracken in his new book Subversives: The FBI’s War on Student Radicals and Reagan’s Rise to Power claiming that the now deceased but still respected Aoki was working with the FBI while he was a member of the Black Panther Party (and apparently the one that first supplied them with guns).  In an exclusive segment, we will air our interview with Seth Rosenfeld and talk to long time community activist Bob Wing (former co-editor of Colorlines and War Times magazines) about the allegations, whether they are true and what it all means.
To listen to the segment in its entirety, download it here or press play below…

Plus check the clips of the interview with Seth Rosenfeld you didn’t hear on the show.
1.  Explanation of FBI Report:

2.  Seth Rosenfeld explaining why his research is coming out now and how much more he feels the FBI is hiding:

3.  Explanation of “Subversive’s” big picture

4.  A right wing informant mention in the “Church Commission” Report

Plus check out the “Church Commission” report on the Black Panther Party.  And look below for the Center for Investigative Reporting’s youtube clip.

2.  A preview of the RNC National Convention in Tampa

The Republican national convention is coming to Tampa and the world is watching how this swing state is going to respond: with open arms, closed fists or scratching heads.  We will talk with friend of the show and head of Miami Young Republicans, Bradley Gerber (yes our show has Republican friends, deal with it) about what we can expect when the big elephant comes to the I-4 corridor.  
3.  Another case of police brutality on tape in Miami
Ariel Marantes was all over the spanish-speaking press last week, but you wouldn’t know it if you watched “mainstream Miami press.”  What was he is the news for, getting beaten senseless and kicked repeatedly by plain clothes officers of the Miami Dade police department.  Hear his story, another exclusive.