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The Ray Lytle Show Thursday August 29 2013
The Ray Lytle Show Thursday August 29 2013

It is another Ray Lytle Show investigation about the leak that the city is looking for. Ray plays audio from Ron Stradt who ran for States Attorney last year. The audio has Stradt calling for someone to FOIA records on an incident from then calls the show and admits he did meet with Calvin Christian last fall. Also on the show Kaleigh Friend with the food bank, Adam Lopez from the School Board on how the idea got floated to consolidate into two high schools, Kirk Farah Live with McDonalds picketers and Throw it Out There Thursday phone calls

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