Let It Rip Weekend: Ky. officer 'shackle' student with ADHD and Dombrowski released from Tigers

A Kentucky Sheriff's Deputy is facing a lawsuit after he was caught on video handcuffing an 8-year-old boy.

He was called to the classroom when the student was being disruptive.  The student suffers from ADHD and the deputy says the boy tried to hit him.

Did the deputy cross the line?

On the Panel:
Rodd Monts, ACLU of Michigan Field Director and School Discipline Expert
Dr. Sabrina Jackson, "The People Expert"


And, the Tigers released General Manager Dave Dombrowski from his contract last week after 14 years with the team.

He says he wasn't given a reason why he was let go, but the Tigers say they needed to make a change to move forward.

On the Panel:
Drew Sharp, Detroit Free Press Sport Columnist
Terry Foster, 97.1 The Ticket
Rico Beard, 100.5 


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