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Roughly Speaking podcast: What's next for arabbers who won case but lost horses? (episode 67)

Roughly Speaking podcast: What's next for arabbers who won case but lost horses? (episode 67)

In this podcast:

  • 3:23: In the empty Carlton Street Stables in West Baltimore, 60-year-old arabber Malik Muhammad talks about how Baltimore city officials have deprived him of horses and an income for more than a year. Muhammad is one of five arabbers who had their horses confiscated from health officials in January 2015. The men were each cleared of animal cruelty charges last week, but the horses that pulled their produce wagons are gone — adopted by others through a horse rescue...
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