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NBC Sports 18 Oct 2020

Was Sergio Aguero inappropriate toward Sian Massey-Ellis?


Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Mustoe and Tim Howard discuss after Pep Guardiola defended Sergio Aguero as the Man City striker avoided discipline for grabbing assistant referee Sian Massey-Ellis.

Officials allege a man from Washington state took steps toward plotting to kill Joe Biden this spring, but may have been intent on carrying out a mass attack. The man only faces child pornography charges and has pleaded not guilty.
Fifty-seven years after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. made his "I Have a Dream" speech at the March on Washington, his son, Martin Luther King III, addressed the crowd from the same spot at a march for racial justice and police reform. "We're taking a step forward on America's rocky but righteous journey towards justice," he said. Watch his remarks.
Rachel Nichols, Richard Jefferson and Jackie MacMullan weigh in on Boston Celtics PG Marcus Smart's reaction after the loss to the Miami Heat in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals and discuss if Smart's anger towards his teammates was helpful or hurtful for moving forward in the series.
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Ahmaud Arbery's death was one of multiple flash points this year that's made people question whether or not the foundation of America's justice system is equality or racism. Georgia's citizens arrest law has historically been used to reinforce the racial hierarchy they were created to uphold by providing cover for whites who were oppressing blacks. They were written in 1861 by Thomas Cobb, a lawyer, slave owner, Confederate Congressman, and co-founder of University of Georgia's law school who wrote the book of record on why Black people should be enslaved. Host, Nicole Ellis speaks with historians and lawmakers about legal codes written by the Confederate Congress of Georgia.

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