Let It Rip: The hijab lawsuit; DPS schools and Patriots' games

Part 1: Muslim woman sues Dearborn Heights police

After police in Dearborn Heights forced a Muslin woman to remove her hijab, she has responded with a federal lawsuit.

Malak Kazan says her right to religious freedom was violated by being forced to take off her head scarf. Police who were taking her mug shot after an arrest, view it as a safety issue.

On the panel:

Amir Makled, attorney for Kazan

Fatina Abdrabboh, director of the American Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee Regional Office

David Malhalab, retired Detroit police sergeant

Charlie Langton, FOX 2 legal analyst

Part 2: The embattled Detroit Public Schools

Will the fourth Emergency Manager be the charm for Detroit Public Schools? 

Losing students and in budget-cutting mode, the district looks to right itself and now has a former protester as president of the teacher's union.

On the panel:

Herman Davis, president of the Detroit school board.

Keith Johnson, retired teacher and member of the Detroit Federation of Teachers.

Arlyssa Heard and Bernita Bradley, parents and members of the Coalition for the Future of Detroit Schoolchildren.

Charlie Langton, FOX 2 legal analyst.

Part 3: On the Road - Patriots Games

Langton talks to metro Detroiters about Deflate-gate and whether the New England Patriots have been cheating.
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