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BY MIKE KILLBREATH

Posted January 25, 2017

Flint activist Arthur Woodson posts Facebook video on past as reaction to 'political enemies'

    FLINT — An appearance on Thursday's Morning Gazette Radio Show by community activist Arthur Woodson was followed by Woodson receiving various threats, according to Woodson. The Flint resident  took to social media with a video statement to react to what he called his many "political enemies."

   He said they were threatening to expose criminal convictions in his past to discredit him. "That's why I decided to put up the video," Woodson said. "I want everyone to know that I don't care about who knows about my past. I got a phone call that they are gearing up to come out with it. So what! ... I try not to tell people the full story on why I'm saying that people are looting the city, instead of leading it. Again I say these people will do and say anything to hold on to power."
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This is what happened when a young man broke into his neighbor's house! The 23 year old intruder had a knife, but 72 year old Frank Corti, a former junior boxing champion, had his fists! You're ok with that right? The post has more than 1.6 million hits on Facebook and more than a quarter million shares.

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Flint police make arrests in armed robberies related to social media

Flint activist Arthur Woodson outraged by pastor's comments on Flint radio 1420 AM program

Company at center of Flint trash contract dispute faces allegations of bribes in Macomb County case

Recall effort launched against longest-serving Flint councilman, Scott Kincaid

Flint City Council president orders Councilman Eric Mays removed again from public meeting by police

The Morning Gazette Radio Show reports $4,500 payoff to Eric Mays for illegal arrest at public meeting 

Judge Farah refuses to issue trash injunction after reversals twice by Michigan's Court of Appeals

​Flint man's appeal rejected in 2011 murder case at Grand Blanc home

Flint woman praised by ex-state party chairman for Democrats representing her in Snyder fight

Flint woman faces arson charge after torching boyfriend's clothes

Flint Mayor Dr. Karen Weaver reportedly pays up on overdue water bill but Flint Journal now reveals a second one, too

Controversial Flint City Councilman Eric Mays to appear Friday on The Morning Gazette Radio Show 

FBI arrests 19-year-old Flint man for shining laser at State Police helicopter

Congressman Dan Kildee urges local Republicans to reject Donald Trump after latest "vile" comments

Sports

Hockey legends in town for big 7:30 pm charity game tonight to benefit Kris Perani Foundation

Firebirds drop 4-1 affair on home ice to one of OHL's elite teams

Red Wings blow pair of 2-goal leads in opener at Tampa Bay 

19-year-old rookie Auston Matthews scores record 4 goals in NHL debut with Toronto Maple Leafs 

Firebirds nearly rally again from 4-1 deficit in rematch showdown with division leader Sault Ste. Marie

Flint Firebirds celebrate Kole Sherwood becoming city's first CHL Player-of-the Week winner

State News

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette offers support for federal AG pick Jeff Sessions

Michigan Attorney General selects new deputy AG

Michigan GOP Chairman Ronna Romney McDaniel in running for job in Trump administration

Nation & World

Clinton campaign fights Wikileaks e-mail flood; Trump faces 5 more sexual harassment claims

Business News

​​$500,000 in fines handed down to contractors for new arena

Berkley club bans Detroit Lions from TV over national anthem

Detroit breweries grab top honors at annual prestigious event in Denver

Entertainment

Viewpoints

Scientist appears on Morning Gazette Radio Show to offer easy solution to fixing Flint water crisis

"I Can Build That Show" by Flushing man marks 400th show on local radio air waves




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Mott Bears move into 3-way tie for first place  

    FLINT  — The Mott Bears won for the 12th time in their last 13 games by knocking off previously unbeaten conference hoops leader Macomb County. They won by a slim 66-58 margin in front of big, rowdy crowd Wednesday night at Steve Schmidt Gymnasium inside Ballenger Field House on the campus of Flint's Mott Community College. The Bears are 5-1 atop the Eastern Conference of the Michigan Community College Athletic Association where they are now tied with Macomb County and Schoolcraft. The Bears host Alpena at 3 pm on Saturday and then travel to Macomb County for a rematch on Wednesday night.  Click Here to Read More

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​The Week's Best Posts:

Mike Sarginson Good show about the Flint water crisis!
Belinda Gail Ross
 Interesting!!!
Mike Sarginson: 
Mike don't play!!
Mike Killbreath Mike, if they take the advice of this scientist THEY CAN FIX THE CRISIS IN 3 MONTHS instead of 3 years as presented at the town hall meeting on Wednesday .... replacing pipes over 3 years also will not fix the problem, according to this scientist.
Chris Frye 
Oh, I gotta hear this "science."
Mike Killbreath 
Chris, it is basically the same idea behind the filters on tap water except for the whole house. The first $50 million should have been spent on fixing the water quality problem --- not studies, research, legal fees for guilty politicians who belong in...See More
Chris Frye 
Still not buying "3 Months." Magic bullets don't exist.
Mike Killbreath 
I spent several hours with him in two sessions before the show and verified his claims with other experts .... I think a day will come that all homes will be REQUIRED to have the system he is recommending.


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New England Patriots to face Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl

    The Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots will play next Sunday in the Super Bowl. Former Michigan Wolverines quarterback Tom Brady will be gunning for a record fifth Super Bowl as Brady and Coach Bill Belichick make their seventh Super Bowl appearance together — records for a coach and a quarterback. Brady passed for 384 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Patriots past the Pittsburgh Steelers 36-17 in the AFC championshp game. Matt Ryan led the Falcons to their second Super Bowl (they lost in 1998 to John Elway and the  Denver Broncos) by passing for 392 yards and two TD's as the Falcons  beat the Green Bay Packers 44-21 in Sunday's  NFC championship game. 

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