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Greater Boston Full Show: 12/04/18

DJ Henry’s Parents On Their Fight For Justice
It's been eight years since 20-year-old DJ Henry of Easton was killed by a police officer outside a bar in Mount Pleasant, NY. The officer’s claims of self-defense were refuted by witness statements. The officer who shot him hasn't faced consequences — and although the family eventually reached a $6 million settlement with the village of Pleasantville, the officer has not admitted to any wrongdoing.

Mueller’s Sentencing Memos And What They Portend
If his Twitter activity is any indication, President Donald Trump is getting nervous about what's coming next out of the Mueller investigation — especially as it relates to the testimony of his former fixer, Michael Cohen, who's been cooperating with the special counsel. Legal observers have pointed to his disparaging tweet towards Cohen as potential evidence of obstruction of justice. Meanwhile, three sentencing memos are due from Mueller this week: for Cohen, former Security Advisor Michael Flynn, and ex-Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort. To discuss the latest in the Russia probe, Jim Braude was joined by former U.S. Attorney Don Stern, who worked alongside Robert Mueller both during his stint with the Department of Justice, and in private practice at Hale and Dorr; and Nancy Gertner, retired federal judge and senior lecturer at Harvard Law School.

A Change On Medical Feeding Tube Standards
Around half a million Americans are not able to eat normally and have to rely on a feeding tube for their nutritional needs. For years, pre-made formulas like "Ensure" were the standard — but lately, it's become more popular to puree solid foods. That's about to change, and as Arun Rath reports, that's a big problem for some families.

IMHO: The NFL Still Doesn’t Get It
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on why the NFL’s previous statements and gestures of goodwill towards addressing players’ violence against women has amounted to nothing.

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