Lawyer For Convicted Rapist Wayne Chapman & Lawyer For His Victims Debate Whether He Should Be Set Free
Freedom is imminent for a convicted child rapist and the suspect in the disappearance of a 10-year-old boy in Lawrence, 70-year-old Wayne Chapman. But victims’ advocate Wendy Murphy is petitioning the state to keep Chapman behind bars, arguing he is still sexually dangerous. Murphy and Chapman’s attorney Eric Tennen joined Jim Braude to discuss.
Rep. Joe Kennedy III Reflects On His Grandfather Robert F. Kennedy’s Legacy, 50 Years On
Next week marks 50 years since the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. US Rep. Joe Kennedy III, D-Mass., Robert Kennedy’s grandson, discusses how the family is building on his legacy and on the America he left behind.
A Hiroshima Survivor's Unusual Quest Reaches Lowell
People gathered in Lowell this week to remember the devastation caused by the first nuclear bomb ever deployed, which the US dropped on the Japanese city of Hiroshima more than 70 years ago. Many don’t know that several American prisoners of war were among those killed, and as Adam Reilly shows us, a Japanese man who dedicated his life to finding those families is spending time with them in the United States, in his first ever visit to the country.
IMHO: Elon Musk Joins Trump’s War On The Press
Jim weighs in on the latest chapter of one of President Donald Trump’s favorite pastimes — attacking the press — and his new brother-in-arms, Tesla CEO Elon Musk.