Let It Rip: The jury of Kwame Kilpatrick and the attack on Syria

Let It Rip: The jury of Kwame Kilpatrick and the attack on Syria

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (WJBK) -

Most jury members never talk publicly about what goes on behind closed doors, especially after high-profile cases.

In the case of Kwame Kilaptrick and friends, several members spoke to Fox 2's M.L. Elrick on the tough decisions they made.

Joining us to discuss (Video Part 1):

  • Fox 2's M.L. Elrick
  • Fox 2's Charlie LeDuff
  • Mike Rataj, defense attorney for Bobby Ferguson


Also in the Let It Rip line-up: Should the U.S. attack Syria?

Joining us to discuss (Video Part 2):

  • Brig. Gen. Michael McDaniel, Cooley Law Professor
  • Andrew "Rocky" Raczkowski, GOP Strategist
  • Osama Siblani, Arab American News publisher

Finally, Charlie Langton takes "Let It Rip" on the road to hear more thoughts on the potential U.S. military action in Syria. (Video Part 3)

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