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95bFM: Mikey Havoc & Joe Karam on David Bain Case

95bFM Audio: Mikey Havoc & Joe Karam on David Bain Case

  • 95bFM Audio: (click here to listen) Mikey Havoc talks to Joe Karam, David Bain's most vocal supporter, about the case to date, the toll the case has taken, and his thoughts on the judiciary.
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