A jam-packed week for news means Sunday morning's show was actually the FOURTH Let It Rip this week.
On this edition, Charlie and Taryn talk about the verdict in the Kilpatrick Corruption verdict with a pair of well known attorneys. Norman Yatooma is suing the former mayor over the murder of exotic dancer Tamara Greene. Mike Rataj represented Bobby Ferguson in the federal trial. He says racism permeated the case and is still alive and well today in Metro Detroit.
Also, sex slaves. Human trafficking is actually a widespread problem around the globe, and right here in Metro Detroit. Charlie and Taryn discuss it with a survivor of child exploitation, Malynda Jennings, along with Julia McGowen, a graduate student at Oakland university, who's hosting a forum on the subject.
For more information on the forum, follow this link.
For more information on Project Hope, follow this link.
Joan Rivers' family is confirming that the comedian is on life support after going into cardiac arrest last week during a procedure at a doctor's office.
Health officials say six Long Island beaches that were closed for one day have reopened to bathing. The Nassau County beaches were closed Monday due to storm water runoff that could negatively impact bacterial levels. The beaches were: Laurel Hollow Beach, Morgan Beach, North Hempstead Beach Park, Sea Cliff Village Beach, Tappen Beach and Theodore Roosevelt Beach.