Catch Me Tonight on Fox Business

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

I’ll be talking about Cory Maye, SWAT raids, and civil asset forfeiture tonight on Stossel. 9 pm ET, Fox Business.

Stick around for the audience Q&A, and you’ll see me get exasperated with a former prosecutor turned professional pundit. It wasn’t even Wendy Murphy this time.



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9 Responses to “Catch Me Tonight on Fox Business”

  1. #1 |  Kool | 

    DVR set to stun, Captain!

  2. #2 |  (B)oscoH, Yogurt Eater | 

    Let’s all live tweet with hash tag #Yogurt. See y’all there!

  3. #3 |  Stephen | 

    First time I’ve regretted doing away with the cable TV in over a year. I hope somebody puts it on youtube.

  4. #4 |  Anthony | 


    Hulu usually picks up Stossel a week or two later.

  5. #5 |  Bob | 

    Just saw it!

    You look good, Radley. Your use of “um” and other stuttery terms is way down. Not perfect yet… keep working on it.

    Keep putting the message out! I will definitely buy a copy of your book.

  6. #6 |  moegerty | 


    The prosecutor had a look about your question about police accountability of ” I don’t want to touch that with a 10 foot pole”

    Well Done!

  7. #7 |  DoubleU | 

    Now to see if it is available on-line somewhere. I have heard about this new fangled “television” thing, I am sure it will catch on but haven’t paid much attention to it.

  8. #8 |  Dave Krueger | 

    I just watched the first few minute of the show and I already learned something. That blond prosecutor was defending mandatory minimums as a tool for prosecutors to threaten people with long prison sentences if they don’t rat out someone else. While I know that prosecutors think nothing of threatening to destroy someone’s live in order to get them to testify the way they want, I’ve never heard that mandatory minimums facilitate that sleazy strategy. And now I hate prosecutors even more than before (if that is even possible).

  9. #9 |  marie | 

    Mandatory minimums are a way for federal prosecutors to put people in prison with as little trouble to the prosecution as possible. When you can threaten someone with the MM, they take the plea. Bam: No need to prove anything.

    Plus: If the guy decides to risk going to trial, he will surely get MORE than the MM because the judge will tack on extra time because the accused didn’t “accept responsibility” for his crime. Turning down the deal and going to trial is seen as proof that your haven’t accepted responsiblity.

    The “presumed innocent until proven guilty” concept means nothing now. If the feds find you, you are guilty.