Retired Police Lieutenant Samuel Clark to Address Police Corruption on "The Justice for All Show"

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Former police corruption whistleblower Samuel Clark will expose listeners to the underbelly of public safety agencies as the new host of blogtalkradio.com's new weekly program, "The Justice for All Show" Thursdays from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. EST.

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Former police corruption whistleblower Samuel Clark will expose listeners to the underbelly of public safety agencies as the new host of blogtalkradio.com's new Thursday program, "The Justice for All Show," to air at 6 p.m. EST.

The weekly hour-long "The Justice for All Show" will introduce listeners to the internal operations of agencies like police, fire, and corrections departments. Clark and his regular program guests, including whistleblowers from various public safety agencies, will provide in-depth analyses of cases concerning police brutality, racism, corruption, and more.

Show topics range from inter-departmental racism to rouge police officers, and will cover cases throughout the entire United States. During the December 27 show, titled "Hangman's Noose in the Fire Department," guest Capital Andrew Selby of the Patterson Fire Department will discuss the facts inside a case of racism at a fire department, and the discipline that resulted.

The goal of "The Justice for All Show" is to put listeners virtually inside public safety agencies' operations to give the public a realistic idea of what happens behind the scenes. Informative, stimulating, and surprising, "The Justice for All Show" not only tells the story, it also offers pragmatic ways for everyday citizens to combat police corruption.

Listeners are encouraged to call in with questions and comments, which will be addressed on air. The show can be heard at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/justicforall.

With more than 25 years experience in law enforcement, Clark is a published author and event lecturer dedicated to protecting the public from police misconduct by educating others on how to safely defend themselves. As a survivor of police brutality, Clark regularly advises the public on simple anti-police corruption acts that can be performed by anyone.

For more information on either "The Justice for All Show" or retired Lieutenant Samuel Clark, call (570) 972-2136.

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