Welcome to episode 129: Sexual Assault: A National Scourge
In what was, honestly, a long overdue interview, @HumbleTeej joins the show to talk about the nation’s current reckoning with sexual assault and answer a very important question: at what point does an elected official have to resign over claims of sexual assault? Additionally, Teej, who is an LA-based attorney, answers a question Obes has long pondered: how easy is it to to sue a newspaper for slander?
In this week’s Sports Zone, Obes and Cha take a close look at #NewCoachSZN in college football with a keen eye on the Tennessee coaching job. Why? Because Twitter just made the University of Tennessee back out of a signed agreement to hire Greg Schiano as its head football coach, that’s why. What will the folks at Rocky Top do next?
Finally, staying in the sexual assault theme, nearly 200 woman have accused Massage Envy massage therapists of sexual assault. Oddly enough, Massage Envy’s corporate entity says they aren’t the ones who should have to answer for it. How come?
All that and more on this week’s episode of The Chicken Social.
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