Those Who Poisoned Flint Remain Free (with Jordan Chariton)
Episode 230: Rumble with Michael Moore
Flint, my hometown, was poisoned for no other reason than racism and greed — and the people & banks responsible still haven't faced justice. On this week's Rumble, I welcome back investigative journalist Jordan Chariton to talk about his latest piece for the Guardian investigating why racketeering charges were dropped, why Governor Snyder is looking at a slap on the wrist, and what YOU can do about it.
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