1.25.2022 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Lauren Smith-Fields autopsy released; Roland checks Dan Bongino; George Floyd trial update
Roland Martin sat down with Senator Cory Booker to talk about voting rights legislation, the police reform bill, and the frustrations of those things not getting passed by congress. You don't want to miss that conversation.
It has taken over a month for a Connecticut family to find out what killed Lauren Smith-Fields. The autopsy says the young black woman died from "acute intoxication." The Fields' family attorney will tell us what else is in that report and the latest on the investigation.
Plus, the jury in the federal trial of three former Minneapolis police officers accused of violating George Floyd's civil rights watched bodycam footage the day Floyd died. Georgia Fort is covering the case and will be here to tell us what else happened during today's testimony.
A family is suing an Ohio school district after their child was forced to eat food taken out of the garbage.
That crazy-ass white woman from Virginia who threatened to bring guns to school has been charged.
America's Wealth Coach, Deborah Owens, will be stopping by to give us some tips on investing during a volatile market.
And in our Marketplace segment, shipping black. The owner of Shipblack will explain what that means.
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