UA-30156634-1 Felony Friday Ep. 025 - Cops Avoid Harsh Punishment for Obvious Criminal Behavior
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June 24, 2016

Felony Friday Ep. 025 - Cops Avoid Harsh Punishment for Obvious Criminal Behavior

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On today's episode of Felony Friday host John Odermatt is joined by frequent Lions of Liberty podcast contributor Rico. Rico may keep his name anonymous, but he is no stranger to the Lions of Liberty audience. Like a South American soccer player, Rico only needs one name. Lions of Liberty fans know Rico well from Presidential Debate Recap shows and the always popular Libertarians in Living Rooms Drinking Liquor.   This is Rico's second appearance on Felony Friday. He first appeared way back on Episode 11, where we talked about the legal troubles of Pawns Stars reality show personality Chumlee, a stealing IHOP waiter and much more.

John and Rico kicked the show off by talking about the Orlando shooting and the lefts' attempt to ban guns from those on the government's secret "No fly list." As the show continues John and Rico discussed some police officers who received some preferential treatment from the criminal justice system. The show wrapped up with John and Rico playing America's fastest growing podcast game show "Is this a Crime and Should Anyone Do Time?"

Links to the topics discussed on today's show:

Former Mason City trooper accused of stealing drug evidence

Fired cop in beating video won't face felony charge

14-year-old charged with felony after throwing rocks at police in Trump rally

IT Admin Faces Felony for Deleting Files Under Flawed Hacking Law

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