GCCT - An African-American man was sitting in his vehicle parked at Circle K in Stanley, North Carolina earlier this month. From his perspective, he was suddenly surrounded by 4 Gaston County Police officers who took him by surprise.
The Chief Justice of South Carolina’s Supreme Court started drawing her retirement in 2010, even though she continues to be paid a state salary. She and at least one other South Carolina judge are being paid over a quarter of a million dollars in retirement benefits between the two of them, even though they are not retired. We know corruption is a problem in the state legislature and in the executive branch, but is it a problem in the courts too? Join us today Live at Five and we’ll talk it out on Occupy The Microphone.