A news conference dissolves into a shouting match Wednesday in Los Angeles after radio host John Ziegler, right, confronts activists John Jackson, center, and Shaka Satori, left, as they protest the “Tookie Must Dieâ€ show on KFI-AM.
The Orange County Register has Williams’ supporters decry radio show
Supporters of Stanley “Tookie” Williams, the street gang leader and convicted killer facing execution in three weeks, have filed a federal complaint against a Los Angeles radio station for a “Tookie Must Die” campaign by two talk-show hosts.
The Federal Communications Commission complaint, dated Tuesday, charges “racist and inflammatory statements” by KFI AM talk-show hosts John Kobylt and Ken Chiampou and comes amid an escalating political battle over Williams, who has been embraced by anti-death-penalty activists and some celebrities.
The complaint is specious.
Flap says JUSTICE for Tookie’s murdered victims.