Host David Bell has a discussion with his guest, “Reggie”, who has spent his adult life in prison for a crime he committed when he was 17.  Tune in for a discussion on a horrible crime, his sentence, time in prison, treatment and how “Reggie” has come to terms with this.


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On Jaws of Justice, we investigate how to achieve justice in America.

“Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are.”

Calendar for the week of November 29th:

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  • MON, Nov 29th, 2 PM, Please come out and support the KC Freedom Project. You can speak out and advocate for all innocent and wrongfully convicted Missourians at 615 E. 13th, KCMO, outside the Missouri Attorney General’s office.
  • MON, Nov 29th, 3 PM, Online event. Monday Meets, get to know the Willow Domestic Violence Center. Facebook Live
  • MON, Nov. 29th, 5 PM, More2 invites you to help organize neighbors around local control of Kansas City KS Police Department. You can join More2 on a virtual phonebank, with training offered over zoom. It’s easy to join, all you need is a computer and an internet connection. If you have questions, contact [email protected].
  • TUES, Nov 30th, NOON, Redistricting, Fair Maps, and Voting Rights in Kansas is an Online event hosted by Kansas Appleseed. Troy Spain from the Kansas Civic Engagement Table and Kansas Appleseed Legal fellow Nicolas Shump discuss redistricting in the Kansas Legislature. More info at Kansas Appleseed on Facebook.
  • TUES, Nov. 30th, 5:30-7:30 PM, There will be a Congressional District 3 (Stilwell, Bonner Springs KS) Redistricting Town Hall. If you want more information, please go to
  • THURS, Dec. 2nd, 6 PM Truth & Justice is an Online Event hosted by Reale Justice Network for anyone on or off Facebook. This is a monthly meeting where families who have lost loved ones to police violence AND for those who have been harmed by law enforcement, to discuss policing issues with the community and share information on how the community can help them get justice for their loved one as well as fighting for policy changes that can impact policing.December’s Topic will focus on the following:how the holidays have changed since their loved one was taken and ways to honor their lives throughout the holiday season. Also, a mental health professional will discuss grief during the holidays More info at
  • SUN, Dec. 5th, Change the Name! Stop the Chop! Rally: 1:30-3:30 PM, Bus Stop on Blue Ridge Cutoff across from the BP gas station For more info on car pools and rides, go to org or  mailto:[email protected]
  • A list of services, meals, and hot lines are available at That is updated daily.

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