'Week That Was:' Will Government Immunity Apply if Oxford School District Was Negligent?

December 17, 2021, 11:25 PM

Nancy Derringer subs for host Saeed Khan for "The Week That Was," and chats with attorneys Bill Seikaly and Steve Fishman, Focus:HOPE Director Portia Roberson (also a lawyer) and Deadline Detroit editor Allan Lengel.

Seikley, who successfully sued ex-Detroit Councilman Charles Pugh and Detroit Public Schools, talks about why governmental immunity might not apply in the Oxford school shootings lawsuit filed by laywer Geoffrey Fieger. The panel also talks about the Jan. 6 text messages to Donald Trump's chief of staff Mark Meadow, Chris Wallace's departure from Fox News, the politicization of climate change and Covid, and nominations for "Schmuck of the Week."



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