Larry Mantle discusses the shooting on Tuesday by a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy of a suspect who took the deputies on a short pursuit through Compton. The suspect, Lawrence Taylor, appeared to be driving erratically. Taylor turned the car toward a deputy who dove out of the way in order not to be hit and his partner opened fire. The suspect died from his wounds. Was the Deputy's use of force justified? Larry Mantle talks with criminologist David Klinger about the incident and takes listener calls. Guest: David Klinger, Associate Professor of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Missouri-St. Louis.
Larry Mantle talks with Orange County Register op-ed column editor Steven Greenhut, OC Weekly senior editorial writer and columnist, Gustavo Arellano, and William Lobdell of the LA Times, about the latest news events and developments in Orange County.
Larry Mantle hears differing perspectives on the fighting in Lebanon from Muslim Public Affairs Council of Los Angeles Director Salam Al-Maryati and Academy for Jewish Religion Professor of Liturgy and Jewish Ethics Rabbi Mordecai Finley. He also takes listener calls.