FF 100 - Can 3 Ex-Cops Find Common Ground in Liberty?


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Today's 100th episode of Felony Friday is a special treat. Host John Odermatt is joined by three former police officers. Raeford Davis, Michael Wood Jr and Dominick Izzo joined the show for a round table discussion to share their views on the Drug War, gun rights, Black Lives Matter, comply or die, and so much more! Each cop has previously appeared on Felony Friday and you can find their story and prior podcast appearance, by clicking their name above.

All three have gained notoriety by exposing police misbehavior and all three agree that massive reforms are needed in policing and in the overall criminal justice system. However, these former cops hold varying philosophical views ranging from conservative to progressive to libertarian. Buckle up, because this show is a wild ride that you definitely don't want to miss!

You can find the show notes page >here<

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