AirTalk for May 21, 2015

L.A. County prosecutors have decided against filing charges against 15 students at Venice High School accused of sexual assaults. Also, Boy Scouts of America President Robert Gates says the ban on participation by openly gay adults can't be sustained. Then, historian Richard Reeves delves into one of the darkest episodes of American history.
US-CRIME-SCHOOL-SEXUAL ASSAULT

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