Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Party of Black Americans denied service by Wild Wing Café in Charleston

5:03PM EST

A black man says that his family and friends were denied service at Wild Wing Café in Charleston, SC. Michael Brown and his party were made to wait two hours and then told they could not be seated and denied service because another customer felt threatened by their presence. London also said, "The manager looked me dead in the face and said she was refusing us service because she had a right to and simply she felt like it.” USA Today reports that the group had been offered an apology and meals all around and said the restaurant has a meeting planned for later this week with some members of the restaurant party.

Mary Olson of the Nuclear Information Resource Service will join us to talk about a major Nuclear Regulatory Commission meeting coming to Charlotte, NC (only meeting in South of 9 meetings nationwide) on radioactive waste regulation and the environmental impact it will have.

Governor Nikki Haley last Friday announced that the state of South Carolina has changed the requirements of a proposed contract to continue credit monitoring for taxpayers who had there personal data stolen by hackers from state computers. Last week, speaking at a cabinet meeting on Information Security, Governor Haley said that data will never be 100% secure.

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