Listen: Martin Luther King, Johnny Mitchell Allen And Sinn Toyo Brown discussed on The Breakfast Club
"Bill Haslam as one of his final things that he's doing before he leaves office. Monster that. So a lot of people who don't know the story in two thousand four that's when Johnny Mitchell Allen actually paid her for sex and took her back to his house at the time. Prosecutors are saying that Sinn Toyo Brown shot him in the head while he was sleeping stole money and guns took his check and fled the see. Now, what she's saying is she was scared for her life because of how Allen was acting see took that money because she had a pimp to pay she couldn't return empty-handed pimp was nicknamed cut throat, and so she was scared for her own life. She was only sixteen years old at the time. They did find that. She was competent to be tried as an adult. He was convicted of murder and robbery. That's when she was sentenced to life in prison sixteen-year-olds, you'd have to go through that especially being if you look at the the details of that situation and she serves over fifteen fifteen years and even in the documentary. They said that she looks like she was suffering from fetal alcohol syndrome because her mother was drinking heavily while pregnant, and she did have a lot of issues. The way that she grew up in all that. So it's time for her to have a second chance. She's a totally different person than she was when she went in. But I'm sure that she still needs a lot of therapy. And a lot of counseling and amongst other things, right? Let's talk about a meteorologist who lost his job. He's from Rochester, New York and meteorologist, Jeremy Capelle W H E C was reporting and this lip up happened four tomorrow sunshine, sixty degrees. Martin Luther King junior day. What does he temperatures in the low sixty? Now that fire for that come on now. You didn't catch or tomorrow sunshine, sixty degrees. Martin Luther King junior day. What does he temperatures in the low sixties first of all my goodness Jimmy Kunes down. Nothing. Nothing for you have said that amongst your friend. Times. But you have said it so much that you forgot his name was actually Martin Luther King. That was a joke. Description. On Twitter for the record. I've never uttered. Those words. It happened to ESPN's Mike Greensburg only he got the opportunity to explain and apologize. And so whatever we're my Greenberg. I forgot the exact thing he said king. They said because they had all kinds of like speech pathologists come on. And they said the Lou and because of how things.."