Criminals,  Politics

Stanley “Tookie” Williams Watch: FLAP Over “Tookie Must Die”

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 Die” 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.