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Library of Congress bomb scare suspect in custody, live-streamed threat

Photo credit: US Capitol Police

(WEAA)—A  man is in custody after claiming to have a bomb in a pickup truck he drove onto the sidewalk outside the Library of Congress Thursday morning. 

After an hourslong standoff, and live streaming the threat, 49-year-old Floyd Ray Roseberry of North Carolina surrendered to police. 

Police say they did not find a bomb in the vehicle but possible bomb-making materials were collected from it.


Dr. Kaye weighs in on the incident, discusses post traumatic plantation owner syndrome and reflects on a Miriam Carey, a Black woman who was shot multiple times by law enforcement after making a u-turn near the Capitol.


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In the second hour of the show, education activist Lisa Covington joins Dr. Kaye to discuss attacks on critical race theory, Black Lives Matter conversations in schools and upcoming days of actions.