The Horrifying Unknown Story of Corruption and Abuse in South Dakota

The Horrifying Unknown Story of Corruption and Abuse in South Dakota
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan speak in detail about a little-known story involving the abuse of children and corruption at the highest levels of government in the state of South Dakota.

Scheduled Guests: (Show 7-10 AM ET)

Danny Max — Morning News Anchor for KCOY in Santa Barbara | Trump's Pardon of Alice Marie Johnson & California Primary Results

Shane O'Sullivan — Irish Writer and Documentary Filmmaker | Who Killed RFK?

John Karachalios — Businessman with Over 30 Years of Experience in Global Trade and Commerce | Trump's Tariffs — Good Policy or Misguided Protectionism?

Shirley Schwab — Child and Family Advocate for Native American Children | The Shocking Story of Abuse in South Dakota YOU NEED to Hear

Kim Kardashian may have a future as a K-Street lobbyist as the sentence of Alice Johnson was commuted following "Kim K's" meeting with President Trump at the White House. Danny Max, morning news anchor for KCOY in Santa Barbara, returns to Fault Lines to discuss this story as well as the results from California's Primary Elections.

Yesterday was the 50-year anniversary of the assassination of Robert F. Kennedy (RFK). Documentary filmmaker Shane O'Sullivan has spent years investigating and documenting the events surrounding RFK's death, and he joins Garland and Lee on today's show to discuss what he has learned during the course of his research.

All this week, Garland and Lee have been doing a deep dive into the actions and history of Ukraine. On today's program, they look into Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen and whether or not his business associations with Ukraine can be considered a betrayal of President Trump.

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