The latest developments about the Boston Marathon Bombing case, Gun-Free Zone Part 4: The Imbalance of Power, Syria and News on the March -- You don't want to miss Saturday Session with Bishop on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield. Tune in online at WMAY.com from 3 to 7p CST.
What did they know?
Last week it was revealed that several years ago the FBI had interviewed the older of the two brothers suspected in the Boston Marathon Bombing. Now it's come out that the CIA also was tipped off about the suspect years ago. Most of the family is saying it's the brothers were set up. Being that there are a ton of oddities with the story, Session will try to lay them all out and work to make sense of the mess. Also, regardless of who actually placed the explosives, what happened in the aftermath is extremely troubling.
The Imbalance of Power
For the past few months, pieces of the independently produced documentary series Gun-Free Zone have been coming out. Part 1 was all about Countdown to Constitutional Carry here in Illinois. Part 2 focused on what the Second Amendment of the US Constitution means. Part 3 was a look at some of the gun control propaganda. Part 4 is now available! With what happened in Boston last week, the release featuring several members of the Springfield Police Department and a state senator talking about drones, you'll get chills when you realize just how out of balance power has become in this country. You can watch the latest segment below or at this link. Be sure to share Gun-Free Zone with a friend today!
Was the red line crossed by the Syrian Government or by the al-Qaeda rebels? Either way, things are not good in Syria as more people die because of civil unrest. The real question is just how quick will the US intervene with another kinetic military exercise? We'll analyze the latest international news with Saturday Session.
The final hour of the show will focus on the under-reported stories from the past week. Have a story you think should be mentioned? Be it local, global or historic ... you can sound off with Saturday Session. Call live at 217-629-7970, email, Tweet or leave a message below: