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Stateside: Wayne Co. rape kits; 9/11 first responders; shifts in terrorism investigations

Kym Worthy
Jodi Westrick
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Michigan Radio
Kym Worthy (file photo)

Today on Stateside, we’ll talk about what’s changed for survivors and law enforcement after the years long effort to process thousands of backlogged rape kits in Detroit. Then, a Michigan first responder reflects on the scene in NYC after the terrorists attacks on September 11th 2001. And, how federal law enforcement shifted its focus and tactics in the 20 years after 9/11.

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Listen to the full show above or find individual conversations below.

Wayne Co. wraps up work on thousands of previously untested rape kits
Stateside’s conversation with Bryce Huffman

  • Bryce Huffman is a reporter with Bridge Detroit. You can find his article on Wayne County’s effort to process backlogged rape kits here. 
Oakland Co. sheriff reflects on time as volunteer first responder after Sept. 11, 2001
Stateside’s interview with Michael Bouchard

  • Michael Bouchard is the Oakland County sheriff.
From wiretapping to information sharing, how 9/11 changed federal terrorism law
Stateside’s conversation with Barbara McQuade

  • Barbara McQuade is a law professor at the University of Michigan Law School and a former U.S. Attorney for Michigan’s Eastern District.

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