October 16, 2021

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Law&Crime Report: White Boy Rick Released From Prison After 32 Years

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Rick Wershe AKA "White Boy Rick" was released this Monday after 32 years in prison. This makes him the longest-serving nonviolent juvenile offender in Michigan’s history. At 14 he was an FBI informant, then at 17 he was convicted on drug charges beginning his historical sentence.

Law&Crime Report is bringing Detroit-based organized crime historian and true crime author, Scott Burnstein to join Bob Bianchi and discuss the real-life story of Rick Wershe AKA White Boy Rick. Burnstein wrote a book on Rick’s life that was adapted into a movie produced by Darren Aronofsky.

Bob Bianchi’s Guests:
Scott Burnstein – Author, Investigative Journalist
Mike Koribanics – Law&crime Legal Analyst, Fmr. Prosecutor & Criminal Defense Attorney
Julie Rendelman – Law&crime Legal Analysty
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