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    Fraternal Order of Police Wages War Against Blacks and Immigrants

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    Flint officials charged over lead in water crisis and potential hunger strikes to end mass incarceration in Obama's final days.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Jamal Muhammad, DJ One Luv, Talk Show Host, and Visual Artist to talk about the efforts of the Fraternal Order of Police to push strict immigration enforcement, the alarming rate of lead in water across the country with still no action to remove it in sight, and the need for things to potentially get worse before they can get better.

    Later in the show host Eugene Puryear is joined by Rev. Dr. Madeline McClenney-Sadler President and Founder Exodus Foundation to talk about the most recent prisoner pardons issued by President Obama and the upcoming hunger strike organized by her organization if President Obama and the White House agree to a concerted effort to end mass incarceration in America.

    Today's talking points look at the charges against officials in Flint, Michigan for their role in the lead water crisis, the $13 million dollar settlement to be paid by officials in New Orleans around police brutality during Hurricane Katrina, and the first 100 days policy memo issued by the Fraternal Order of Police.

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