Part 1: A closer look at the 'Santa shooter'
The preliminary examination of the evidence has just started in court for Marcus Weldon, accused of assault with intent to murder.
The 24-year-old man was dressed as Santa Claus when he shot two other men at a West Jefferson gas station.
Weldon and those who know him say that he was defending a female co-worker who had been attacked. Was it a cold-blooded crime or self-defense?
On the panel:
Sonya Baker, long time friend of Marcus Weldon.
Rev. Alonzo Bell, pastor of Martin Evans Missionary Baptist Church and founder of Redeem Detroit.
Rick Ector, National Rifle Association certified firearms instructor.
Charlie Langton, FOX 2 legal analyst
Part 2: The Charlie Hebdo murders
The Charlie Hebdo magazine massacre in Paris left 12 dead and many more injured.
What the radical religious attack means for freedom of speech and satirical expression here in the USA.
Will there be a chilling journalistic effect felt in America and across the world?
On the panel:
Henry Payne, journalist and former editorial cartoonist for the Detroit News.
Osama Siblani, publisher of Arab-American News
Imam Mohammad Elahi, leader of the Islamic House of Wisdom
Andrew "Rocky" Raczkowski, veteran and conservative consultant.
Part 3: Let It Rip On the Road
Langton asks residents from metro Detroit whether they expect freedom of speech to be impacted by the Paris shootings.