My Appearance on Stossel Last Night

Friday, July 20th, 2012

The audience Q&A segment isn’t up yet. But here’s the part of the show about Cory Maye, SWAT raids, and civil forfeiture.

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17 Responses to “My Appearance on Stossel Last Night”

  1. #1 |  Peter H | 

    There’s presumably supposed to be some sort of link or embedded video there, but I’m not finding it.

  2. #2 |  Legate Damar | 

    Bang-up job, Radley. I’ll be sending this to everyone I know.

  3. #3 |  Stephen | 

    On behalf of those of us who have quit cable TV, Thank you. :)

  4. #4 |  Personanongrata | 

    Nice job.

  5. #5 |  Stephen | 

    Hey Radley, you have improved quite a bit in your TV speaking. A lot fewer “uh”‘s and you came across really well. Good job!

  6. #6 |  Dave T | 

    I was hoping to see you keep-it-real during the Q&A session afterwards.

  7. #7 |  Mike Magnus | 

    Bang up job, as usual. Keep it goin!

  8. #8 |  MacK | 

    Great job!

    I do wish you had imbedded where you set the former “prostitutor” straight about ignorance of the law, during the Q&A portion.

  9. #9 |  Bee | 

    Lookin’ good!

  10. #10 |  Greg | 

    Outstanding follow up on stories. You are a true journalist, and your work is appreciated. The drug laws need to end, and police thuggery stopped.

  11. #11 |  Jack | 


    It shouldn’t surprise me, I’ve been following this blog for years, but it still boggles my mind that things like civil asset forfeiture are actually legal here in the Land of the Free.

  12. #12 |  Jo | 

    You give me hope that there are still some people with common sense. Thank you for standing against civil forfeiture and presenting such a good
    case. The ex-prosecutor on the show is sadly an example of “group-think” that has limited our ability to resolve these issues with a better legal and
    justice system.

  13. #13 |  Mario | 

    Am I hearing things, or did someone on the set actually laugh when you mentioned the margarita machine?

  14. #14 |  Other Sean | 

    Okay…if you were making a movie about the evils of the modern criminal justice system and you created Lis Wiehl as one of your villains, people would label you a hack. They’d say: “No one in real life could ever be that indifferent to the ruin of innocent lives.”

  15. #15 |  David | 

    Just saw the full episode, thanks to somebody who Uploaded it to TPB. Your vignette there in the audience Q&A was fantastic: briskly told and yet still very captivating.

    And I agree with #14: Lis Wiehl is one of these everyday sociopaths who you look at and think: THAT’S the sort of person we’re paying to work for the government? Not just sociopathic and joyfully amoral, but phony….and just plain dumb, too.

  16. #16 |  James | 

    Unintended consequences my Aunt Fanny – these are Fully-intended, as a way to keep us terrorized and cowed. . .

  17. #17 |  Lepus | 

    David, do you have a link for the Q & A?