1.31.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Judge rejects McMichaels' plea deal, CT officers suspended, Suicide & Black America, Dental Health
It's Monday, January 31, 2022, and here's what's coming Up on Roland Martin Unfiltered streaming live on the Black Star Network.
The mayor of Bridgeport, Connecticut, demanded the suspension of the detectives involved in the Lauren Smith-Fields and Brenda Lee Rawls cases. Smith-Fields' family attorney, Darnell Cosland, will be here to give us an update.
The Tennessee officer who fired the last two shots into the body of Landon Eastep has been stripped of his police powers. Could that mean there are charges soon to follow? We'll have the attorney representing Eastep's family here to tell us what's happening in the investigation.
A federal judge denies a plea deal for one of the McMichael's after an outcry from Ahmaud Arbery's family about the late-night plea notice filing. So what happens now that the judge denied the deal? The Arbery family attorney and a former federal prosecutor will break all of this down.
Suicide in the black community is on the rise. Tonight we have a mental health care expert here to provide solutions for those who think there is no way out but to end it all.
Plus, several HBCU's have been the target of bomb threats, again.
A Georgia prosecutor is asking for protection after a perceived threat from Donald Trump.
President Biden's nominee for the Federal Reserve Board, Lisa Cook, is being bombarded with racist and sexist attacks.
Did you know people of color have the poorest oral health in the U.S? We are talking about dental care in our Fit, live win segment.