Let it Rip Weekend: New Zealand mosques attacked
Today on Let it Rip Weekend, we talked about the two New Zealand mosques that were involved in a deadly terrorist attack Friday. The suspected gunman live streamed the attack after reportedly posting a manifesto calling Muslims "invaders". It also objected to mass immigration and showed support for President Trump, calling him a "symbol of renewed white identity."
Our panel of local community leaders discussed the possible motive and if social media sites should do more to prevent attacks from being posted online.
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College admissions bribery scandal
Earlier this week, the rich, famous and the powerful were caught bribing colleges across the country so their mediocre children could get in. The feds built a racketeering case against actresses, CEOs, coaches and dozens of others.
This isn't the first time we've heard of the rich and famous buying advantages for themselves and their loved ones, but this could be the most brazen. And are these 50 suspects the end - or just the tip of the iceberg in this federal investigation?
Then, Charlie Langton takes Let It Rip on the road to see if metro Detroiters feel the blame lies more with the parents or the children.Read the full story
Let it Rip Weekend: R. Kelly Controversy
Today on Let it Rip, we talked about R. Kelly's explosive interview on "CBS This Morning" Did he have sex with anyone under the age of 17? Despite his emotional plea, experts say his TV appearance could backfire on him if his case goes to trial. Our panel debated if the singer should have defended himself, or stayed quiet.
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