Repulsive audio recordings -- and the mayor's denial.
Protestors say it's time for Jim Fouts to get out, but his supporters say they believe him despite what's on those tapes.
Recordings of a man sounding like Fouts disparaging the mentally disabled, women and African-Americans have surfaced. What's next for Fouts, and if he does survive this controversy will he ever be trusted again.
You'll hear from his defenders -- black and white -- about why they believe Fouts is being set up. Fouts was invited several times but declined to participate.
Steve Neavling, The reporter who broke this story just days ago, the Editor-in-chief of MotorCityMuckaker.com.
Joe DiSano, former political consultant for the city of Warren.
Ron Papandrea, Warren city councilman.
Ed Primeau, expert in analyzing voice recordings.
Charlie Langton, FOX 2 legal analyst, anchor and reporter.
Jerry T. Bell, Warren resident and Fouts supporter.
Rev. W.J. Rideout, community and political activist
Lynette Olejniczak, Warren resident
Warren Councilman Ron Papandrea,
Part 3: On the Road
Charlie goes to the streets of Warren and finds out what some residents think about the Fouts controversy.