An absolutely jam-packed show today as we bring the man in the center of the police internal affairs files controversey on the air alongside one of his attorneys. Also, we'll talk concealed carry with the stallwart of the Illinois House bill that has bipartisan support. Don't miss Bishop On Air, Thursday edition, from 10 to noon on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield
Just after the Crime of the Week with CrimeStoppers, we'll be joined in studio by Calvin Christian III and on the phone by his attorney Don Craven.
Christian has several suits against the city, one of which that deals with the destruction of requested files just got a victory with the city agreeing to do a forensic mirror of any backups and to provide City of Springfield internal communications about Calvin's requests and the destruction of the files.
That's all during the 10 o'clock hour.
Conceal Carry Now
Democrat State Representative Brandon Phelps of Harrisburg will join Bishop On Air just after 11 to talk about his efforts to pass a comprehensive and NRA friendly concealed carry law before the June 9th court order deadline.
We'll also get his take on the Illinois Senate version.
Plus, we'll try to understand what could happen if lawmakers fail to pass a reasonable carry law ... is constiutional carry likely?
This and more when you catch Bishop On Air today from 10 to noon, only on 970 WMAY, The News and Talk of Springfield.