2013 was full of a variety of events that warranted discussion. On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, join Heit & Cheri for a look back at some of the top news stories of 2013.
Topics discussed include discussions include Axiom Amnesia’s 2013 progress, the Trayvon Martin/George Zimmerman case, Hadiya Pendleton, Kendrick Johnson, Christopher Dorner, the Boston Marathon Bombing, Ariel Castro, Charles Ramsey, and more!
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- Discussion about a lot of people staying in for New Year’s Eve.
- There were bunches of people lining up at 8 a.m. to get into Times Square for the New Year’s Eve celebration in NYC.
- Discussion about how far Axiom Amnesia came in 2013.
- Discussion about launching AxAm Live and transitioning to syndication on terrestrial radio.
- Discussion about Axiom Amnesia’s coverage of the Trayvon Martin / George Zimmerman trial.
- Discussion about what happened with key players in the trial.
- Discussion about the 2013 murder of Hadiya Pendleton in Chicago. The trial hasn’t taken place yet.
- Discussion about the murder of teen Kendrick Johnson, whose body was found rolled up in a gym mat at school. The town police had originally ruled it an accident.
- Discussion about the manhunt Chris Dorner that shut down parts of California.
- Discussion about the Boston Bombing shitting down the city and surrounding areas.
- Discussion about the conflicting information about the bombing.
- Discussion about Ariel Castro keeping three women prisoner for about 10 years and Charles Ramsey helping to free them.
- Discussion about a neighbor of Ariel Castro pleading guilty to murdering two women and raping his three daughters for years.
- Discussion about a clip of Charles Ramsey talking about how the case affected his life.
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