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Malcontentment Happy Hour: April 29, 2021

Malcontentment Happy Hour, our in-studio show on local, regional, and national news.



Our live webcast from the former Seattle Anarchist Jurisdiction

Content Warning

Editor’s Note: This show contains videos of events that some viewers may find disturbing. Viewer discretion is advised. Additionally, our remote connection had issues at a couple of points in the show – we apologize for the experience.

The show from April 29, 2021, featured David Obelcz and our co-host Jennifer Smith.

  • Mike Solan is unhappy with a police officer’s experience at Chocolati
  • King County is getting $62 million in federal funds to aid the unhomed
  • Joe Biden addresses a joint session of Congress
  • Follow-ups and corrections
    • Correction on the Bothell stabbing story
    • Pierce County Council has announced they are pausing the investigation of Sheriff Ed Troyer
    • Update on the arrest of 73-year old Karen Garner
  • Royal’lee Wallace murder investigation
  • Seattle’s Indian population mobilizes to support their homeland during COVID crisis
  • Kirkland postal carriers start a food drive
  • Native Americans petition for the return of wild Bison in Montana

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