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This week, Will was joined by FITSNews executive editor Liz Farrell to discuss the latest developments in the Murdaugh Murders’ crime and corruption saga. They first discussed the indictment of Murdaugh associate Cory Fleming – with Liz dissecting Fleming’s alleged involvement in other dubious Murdaugh-related ventures.
The battle for Alex Murdaugh’s jailhouse phone calls raged on this week, inspiring Will and Liz to weigh in on the proclivity of our competitors in the mainstream press to parrot the talking points of Murdaugh’s “bulldog attorneys.”
Will went on to discuss some disturbing fentanyl statistics compiled by the S.C. State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) which he exclusively reported on this week. This epidemic has increased in magnitude at a truly alarming pace.
In addition to recapping the numbers, Will offers his perspective on what our policymakers and institutional leaders can do to slow the surge.
We capped the show off with something I don’t think I’ll be seeing very often … Will Folks taking the side of organized labor (or at the very least not openly attacking them). I suppose when you compare the International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) with the “bloated bureaucracy” of the results-challenged S.C. Ports Authority (SCPA), even organized labor looks good.
Seriously, though … Will has the inside track on port-related issues in the Palmetto State, and his coverage of problems at the SCPA’s new Hugh K. Leatherman terminal is every bit as incisive as it is illuminating.
Especially seeing as, once again, the mainstream press isn’t telling the real story.
Before we get to the show notes, a quick programming note: Our show is now available under the name FITSNews Week in Review on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and Google Podcasts. Look for us there … and thanks for listening!
‘MURDAUGH MURDERS’ CRIME AND CORRUPTION SAGA
SOUTH CAROLINA FENTANYL SURGE
PAIN AT THE PORT
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