Flagler County Sheriff Staly Featured On Oliver North’s Real American Heroes Podcast – Episode 4

FLAGLER COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE

Rick Staly, Sheriff

Flagler County, Florida Sheriff Rick Staly was interviewed by Lt. Col. Oliver North and is featured on Oliver North’s Real American Heroes Podcast – Episode 4 that aired Wednesday morning, April 15th. The focus of the podcast was how COVID-19 is affecting policing in America.

“I was honored when Lieutenant Colonel North asked to interview me for his Real America Heroes Podcast show representing American law enforcement leaders,” Sheriff Rick Staly said. “I believe that is what Lt. Col North is doing is important for America and can be encouraging at this unprecedented time in our nation and our world.”

Oliver North’s Real American Heroes is a video series and podcast that introduces viewers to everyday heroes who have risked their lives for the benefit others. It tells inspiring stories of bravery, courage,
and commitment.


In light of the coronavirus pandemic, the series is focusing on experts in medicine, governance, and emergency operations in order to share their advice, wisdom, and experience as encouragement to all Americans. The first episode featured former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, episode 2 featured Dr. Martin Katz, MD on COVID-19 and episode 3 featured Mr. Stephen Moore of The Heritage Foundation on COVID-19 and the economy.
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Photo: Left: Oliver North and Right: Rick Staly during Episode 4 of Oliver North’s Real American Heroes Podcast

See the episode on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=571732206794596

 

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