We've talked about the "stop snitching" campaign in Baltimore, and the problem of witness intimidation before... but never about what snitching really is. Ronald Moten was accused of snitching (wrongly) back in the 90's, and argues that "not everyone who talks to the police is a snitch." Now, he works to change the code of silence on the streets. We'll talk with him on the show today. And, we want to know what snitching means to you. Is there ever a time you should not talk to the police?