The Keith Hanson Show #711 – Mayor Calls For Public Mask Shaming – Attorney Andrew Branca on Citizens Arrest Laws 5/13/2020

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Wednesday, May 13, 2020; Episode No. 711:  Providence, Rhode Island Mayor Jorge Elorza publicly calls for “social shaming” of people who choose not to wear masks in public or who cannot wear masks for health reasons.  Then we’ll have a conversation with self-defense attorney Andrew Branca about the Georgia citizen’s arrest law at the center of the Ahmaud Arbery case.

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