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In His Latest Book, Jerome Corsi Proves Global Warming Is Nonsense
"You are an investigative journalist. You don't write theory. And you, in this book, the truth about energy global warming and climate change, you prove that this is nonsense, nonsense is a very nice word. So what's at the heart of it? What led you to do this? Well, this is my third book on energy. This, again, another one of those topics that came on me that I had no choice but to write. I mean, God has me just thinking about energy for the last 20 years about these topics. So I really never took a science course in college hardly at all, except one geology course was mandatory for credits. And yet read with the scientists say about this book, it because my own political philosopher might agree is in political science at Harvard, political science. But the first third of this book explains, going back into the history of this environmental movement, Holocaust co opted by the malthusians, there's too many people. We're using and then it got co opted by the neo marxists with their grammar theories and the destroy the culture and they decided that they would basically like Green New Deal. This is now a political agenda. Then the core of the book is a science. Now, again, it's really a remarkable thing when I wrote this, I have been learning science and been able to read it in the last few years when I could not read it younger. It suddenly is clear to me. So I start off by I'm going to give you a couple key points. Number one, we tend to think of the earth as present. The earth has been here 4.6 billion years. Let's just take that as an assumption. For 80% of that time, precambrian, there was nothing living on the surface of the earth. Last 500 million years is when it's all been getting going. First of all, the earth is today cooler than ever in those 500 million years, and there's least there's less carbon dioxide here than there was 500 million years ago. A 175 million years ago, there was approximately 7500 parts per million of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. 7000 500 parts per million is a miniscule amount of all the millions of parts that there are in the atmosphere. Today, 175 million years later, it's 400 parts per million. Where .04 percent of the atmosphere we're talking about a trace element is greenhouse effect is so small
Bassitt, Mets blank Phils again for 17th win in 20 games
"The red hot mets made it two or three against the Phillies with a 6 to zero win The mets have won 17 of their last 20 Chris Bassett picked up his tenth win as the mets held Philadelphia to two runs in three games It's hard to score on us I mean that's kind of what we're built for and we're going to have face really good really good lineups hopefully in the playoffs Francisco Lindor knocked in his 82nd run the most ever by emits shortstop Zach Wheeler took the loss Mike mancuso New York
Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland
"Julius is that why you think Garland gave this kind of rushed this is sniveling coward of a human being gave this rushed kind of pathetic presser yesterday where he just scuttled off without even taking a single question They must know this that the narrative they've lost the narrative at this point They've lost the narrative and I'll tell you Dan leaking information to The Washington Post and now just within the past 15 20 minutes to The Wall Street Journal Instead of letting the legal process or doing what they said that they were going to do which is wait until this afternoon to hear from Trump's lawyers and then they would release at their leaking it to the same regime propagandist who obliged the American people about everything related to Donald Trump for 6 years This does nothing to restore their credibility It actually burns it even further because the only people that Americans hate more and trust less than the federal government is the news media And they're giving it to these mainstream outlets who promoted the Russia collusion hoax and every other stupid scheme that the government has put the anti Trump government forces have put together So this is not in for Merrick Garland and Chris ray basically to low key threat in Americans for criticizing this or criticizing the agency That really is certainly not helpful and will infuriate people even more Julia I'm having
Idaho Supreme Court won't block strict abortion bans
"An AP analysis of the Kansas abortion amendment vote finds a Supreme Court's decision overturning roe versus wade may have altered the dynamics of this year's midterm elections Last week voters in traditionally conservative Kansas rejected a ballot measure that would have allowed state lawmakers to tighten restrictions on abortion The margins against at nearly 20 percentage points stunned abortion opponents and gave hope to abortion rights activists in other states and Associated Press analysis found there was a high turnout among Democrats and independent voters who were galvanized to defeat the ballot measure about as many voters turned out as for the general election and about twice as many as during the previous 2018 midterms In 99 of a 105 counties support for the measure was more than ten percentage points lower when
Who Would Kill Wanna Be Starlet Christa Helm?
"Today's show is gonna be about one of those women, an actress named Christa helm. Who never made it. Thought she would was absolutely positive. She was destined for stardom, but again, like so many people wasn't in the cards. But murder was. Christa helm was killed in February of 1977. Her murder still remains a mystery. And after she died, the love diary and the tapes she was warned not to make and definitely not to keep disappearing. So she was at 1.8 27 year old mother of a little daughter and aspiring actress who, like I said, would do anything or anyone for fame. But she came to an untimely demise when she was brutally stabbed between 20 and 30 times. On February 12th, 1977, in the street in West Hollywood, not too far from where the famous actors Sal minia was stabbed. In the street in an alleyway, and died. What would make someone commit such a senseless act of violence toward a seemingly innocent wannabe starlet.
Journalist Julie Kelly on the Endemic Corruption in the FBI
"I'm back with Julie Kelly. Julia, I was asking you about the fact that the Democrats can't stop themselves, it seems they tried to impeachment, they tried Russia collusion, and it looks like this is they're on a quest in search of a crime. They have their target, they have their suspect, they have their person they want to indict and it's just a matter of what do we get this guy on. And interestingly, it seems that so much so many of the pundits and the media and so on are all sort of brazen disregard of law. They really are. So going back to what you said at the end of our first segment, Debbie is right. I'm sure she'll be happy to hear that. But of course, she's seen how this plays out in places like Venezuela. But also, we see that this DoJ is producing all of these imaginary charges. I mean, you have this DoJ, Matthew gray is the U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, who is charged about 20 Americans with seditious conspiracy. This is such a rare charge. There's not even sentencing guidance for it. No American has ever been convicted of it. Yet Matthew graves managed to go to a grand jury in Washington D.C. city that voted 93% for Joe Biden convinced them that nonviolent people like the oath keepers who walked into the building and opened door carried no weapons, assaulted no one. Didn't even vandalize property, that they somehow are guilty of seditious conspiracy. So this Justice Department doesn't have to convince anyone except a grand jury in Washington D.C. of these imaginary crimes. I mean, you have people going to jail for years on a charge of obstruction of an official proceeding, which I think is one of the counts that they are going to try to charge Trump with.
Your Wednesday Briefing: The F.B.I. Searches Donald Trump’s Home
"Online threats against the FBI and Justice Department following the search of former president Donald Trump's estate in Florida draw a sharp response from the head of the FBI FBI director Christopher wray during a visit to Omaha Nebraska calls the threats of violence against the Justice Department and FBI agents because of Monday search of Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago deplorable and dangerous He adds the threats come at a time when law enforcement across the country is being hit by a wave of violence not seen in more than 20 years Last year
What Rooms Did the FBI Raid at Mar-a-Lago?
"In May they were granted access the FBI into Mar-a-Lago's windowless storage room And they spent several hours searching through the boxes Trump stopped by the basement to say hello at one point says someone who was there Access to the 20 acre private country club is believed to have been granted by heavily armed U.S. Secret Service agents Stationed at the front gates and toting M4 carbines Lowers for the former president who were caught off guard by the raid arrived an hour later See none of this was necessary Again you don't do this to a former president The FBI would not have executed a warrant without notifying the Secret Service first Once inside the air conditioned white marble clad private quarters agents fanned out to search every room while shock staff were instructed by Trump's lawyers to unlock doors and provide the FBI access to every room including the sumptuous for side master bedroom renovated by Melania two years ago So they're searching their bedroom They're searching her closet The former president and the former First Lady And based on what And for what
Bongino: Notice the Silence by Democrats, DOJ Following FBI Raid
"But one of the real tells in this is go to the votes vulnerable There's a story up at bongino report right now It's my web abrogate for aggregated We put up on the news of the day I just saw it during the break There's a story up right now the 20 most vulnerable House Democrats were asked to go on the record about the Trump raid What did they say Nothing They are dead silent That is the biggest tell I have ever seen that they are in a full blown panic that what they thought was going to happen We're going to end Trump with this raid Actually exploded in their face Now here's one more tell The OJ is quiet that's a tell They know they screwed up Democrats are quiet The ones at least that are up for reelection They're real quiet That's the tell The FBI's real quiet That's the tell You know what the biggest tell of all is If they had found something in Mar-a-Lago ladies and gentlemen you damn well know that story would elite already You know as my name is Dan bongino I will bet you my right arm I'd saw it off right now That by now and send it to you as a trophy and sign it with a sharpie preserve it and dry ice or whatever You know that if they would have found something dramatic that was a game changer worthy of an FBI raid it would have already leaked And yet you hear nothing but crickets
Caller: Everybody Has Gone After Trump Since He Announced His Campaign
"What are the biggest problems that I've seen since literally since Trump announced for president? Is there everybody in your mother's been going after him? Let's see, Obama Biden went after him. They spied on him? There was the Russian collusion. Impeachment one impeachment two, now the January 6th, which if you think about it, he had nothing to do with it because his speech didn't end until 20 minutes after. They started the quote unquote. Well, listen, he made a statement today. He released a statement with a very thorough explanation about, first of all, why he's pleading the 5th today with this witch hunt. Where things are right now. And as he pointed out, they have tried for 5 years to stop him, these attacks have been relentless,
Malcolm Nance Reminds Everyone That Warrants Are Lawful
"You know, warrants are executed every day. Hundreds by the FBI, the U.S. Marshals. You know, it means that law that judiciary has found adequate evidence in order to have your place searched waving the Fourth Amendment, right? Unlawful search and seizure. This is lawful search and seizure. And they can't wrap their heads around it. What they're really upset about is that laws are applying to Donald Trump and people like them. White people. And Malcolm, this is your area of expertise, national security. This is again none of us know all the details, but certainly the speculation is this is national security related. To get a warrant to raid the home of a former president, means, you know, this clearly was classified information as Joyce Vance just told us, I don't care what they say. They obviously didn't properly declassify it. They're trying to claim that now, but in order to get her do a raid, Malcolm talked to us a little bit about, you know, because obviously there's a lot of speculations. Are they selling the secrets to the Saudis to the Russians? Like, who knows, right? Oh God. Oh my God. Or they're documents which are implicate them in crimes that they classify. Yeah. You know? And they know that these documents are missing because there's a sequence of numbering one up numbering every one of those documents. And they're missing. And I understand, it wasn't 15 boxes they're looking for. 27? Yeah. I think 24, 27, 20 5 is what I heard this morning, but a lot. My understanding. They took 12 more. They were originally 15. They took 12 more boxes out of Mar-a-Lago so bring the total to 27. I'm sorry.
Alex Jones Joins Charlie for a 'Controversial' Conversation
"Joining us now is the most canceled man in America in his own words, Alex Jones, Alex. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie absolutely. I mean, even mainline reporters interviewed Charlie Manson. Even I'm the worst person in the world. People should be able to talk to me, but the truth is they want to misrepresent what I've said and done, that's why they don't want me to ever actually be live on air. So big fan of what you do and God bless you is going to be here. Thank you, Alex. So let's talk about the sandy hook thing. Let's just start with that. I don't like what you said at the beginning. You've said now going back that it was a mistake and that you're not even allowed to correct it. They're trying to destroy your life in bankrupt you because of it. Floor is yours. Tell us the story from your perspective that the media is intentionally not covering. Well, if you go back ten years ago, the Internet question would happen there like that question, Jesse Smollett or so many other events. And I barely ever covered it like 20 something minutes they brought it to evidence. They tried to make me the sandy hook guy once Trump won. And so they just simply said, oh, he's a bully, he's stalking people. He's doing all this. None of that was true. They had Democrat judges in Austin and in Connecticut say that I was defaulted so I couldn't defend myself. I sat there while the judge said to the jury, he is guilty. You will find him guilty. So this is their new weaponization of the media. It's a very small part of what I recovered. I questioned every major event. I questioned you. I believe children died and you've all, but the head of the state police in Texas and the mayor of Yale do you say there's a cover up? They've been lied to. So they want to punish people that question things. They want to say, oh, he's not a populist leader. He's not a popular person with the people. No, he's the sandy hook man. And so they've used that like claiming Trump says all Mexicans are criminals. Well, Trump never said all Mexicans are criminals. He said some very good people come across the border. It's a very bad people we should screen them. So just like they tried to make Trump hates all Hispanics, fake news. It's the same thing here.
China's youth face bleak job market as COVID slows economy
"China's current job drought echoes the struggle of young people worldwide to find work in depressed economies but is especially sensitive politically in a year when president Xi Jinping is expected to try to extend his time in power China's unusually severe approach towards COVID-19 with repeated lockdowns has kept case numbers low but a social cost has sworn the economy shrinking in the three months ending in June and consumer spending plunging the official unemployment rate in June for people age 16 to 24 was almost 20% compared with 5.5% for all ages and that's expected to rise once the latest jobless graduates are taken into account they often come from urban families who are the biggest winners for China's economic growth and important source of political support the ruling party needs them I am Charles De Ledesma
'The Bodies of Others' Author Naomi Wolf on the War Against Humans
"Return with Naomi wolf, her brand new book, the bodies of others, the new authoritarians COVID-19 and the war against the human. Now, Naomi, when you say the war against the human, this is where I see this extraordinary convergence. I mean, because we're living in such bizarre times, but when you leap to this idea of the war against the human, you're positing humanity as a good thing. And you're saying that those on the other side, these authoritarians are somehow wittingly or unwittingly anti human. Just talk about that for a moment. Sure, and I have sadly a ton more evidence of their war on humanity since the time we last talked to Eric. It's truly terrifying. So in my book, I make the case that, as I mentioned, these bad guys, right? This loose alliance of the World Economic Forum, the Chinese Communist Party, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, governments, and big tech used the pandemic of the last two years and used medical or public health messaging as cover for the real intentions, which we're seeing play out now. They were pretty successful. Their real intentions were to dissolve human civilization and to weaken human beings. And to transfer assets and power and control from human beings as a group, but especially from the middle and working classes to them themselves. And they've been largely successful. Let's just take two examples. The lockdown directive, right? It didn't help the data and it didn't help in terms of stopping the spread. It totally helped in terms of crushing businesses that couldn't afford to stay closed for 6 months a year. Over a year, small businesses, mom and pop shops, small landlords, but Amazon is open, right? Etsy is open. So you saw these companies go up 20 to 25% market share. And people's people's habits completely changed.
Ukraine: Shelling hits town near Russian-held nuclear plant
"At least three Ukrainian civilians have been killed and over 20 wounded by Russian shelling in the last 24 hour period including an attack not far from a Russian occupied nuclear power plant The office of Ukraine's president since the Russians have fired over 120 rockets from grad multiple rocket launchers At the southern town of which is across the dnieper river from Ukraine's largest nuclear power plant several apartment buildings and industrial facilities were damaged Meanwhile drones are playing a crucial role in Ukraine's military operations in the myco live region where shelling from Russia has been escalating in the recent weeks A Ukrainian reconnaissance team named fireflies operates out of a derelict house They jump back into the room following an explosion The leader who goes by the nom de guerre baton tells the AP his unit is using drones to monitor and combat any Russian attempt to seize more territory in the region I'm Charles De Ledesma
The Tragic Saga of Alex Jones
"Jones back in many a couple of years ago. Spoke out about the sandy hook shooting. He said something quote, he said, no one died. The incident was staged. It was synthetic. It was manufactured. It was a giant hoax and completely fake with actors. He's totally wrong there. In fact, he's admitted he was wrong. Shouldn't have said it. It was not true. Somewhat despicable, quite honestly, and he shouldn't have said it. Okay, so he said that and in reaction to it, the sandy hook parents then started to allegedly to the court documents started to get harassed because of that. Series of lawsuits then were filed against Alex Jones saying that because of him their lives were totally ruined. This trial has been going on and on and on. Now remember, with Alex Jones, you're dealing with someone that specializes in bombast and bravado, shouldn't have said it. It was a mistake. He's admitted he was wrong, multiple times, but that will not satisfy the media, and that will not sought satisfy the nonstop pressure campaign against Alex Jones. So according to the judge and the Alex Jones case, anything you read in the press is hearsay and even reciting what you read as a means to convey how you made it feel is also hearsay. So let's play cut 22. How did you feel about that? Well, when I read the newspaper, there was a 20 $8 million ad buy. Don't say what you read. Just how many have you filmed? Things that you have read are also here today. Okay. Because you didn't save them. Somebody else centered right on writing is speech. Do not tell the jury anything that came from someone else that you've read or heard don't have to disregard that sentence. Go ahead. So that is the judge, her name is Maya Guerra gamble. This is the type of judge that Alex Jones was given. 23 up on stage. Hashtag stay at home. It could save lives with a blue hair bonnet on. Love is love with the transgender thing, and also don't stay at the top, vote for every Democrat. That's the type of judge Alex Jones got. Conflict of interest, you better believe it.
Major test of first possible Lyme vaccine in 20 years begins
"Researchers are looking for thousands of volunteers in the U.S. and Europe to test the first potential vaccine against Lyme disease in 20 years Lyme disease is a growing tick-borne threat Pfizer's anneliese Anderson tells the AP they're working on a vaccine to protect both adults and kids as young as 5 We call it beer a 15 Robert to willer is an avid hunter in hiker He was the first in line when the study opened in central Pennsylvania And if I find a tick on me I don't know okay I'm good I don't have to worry about anything Doctor Allen Kevin's at the Altoona arthritis and osteoporosis center in Pennsylvania is looking for volunteers who spend lots of time in tick infested areas Not a single day goes by that someone either has a concern about Lyme disease could possibly have Lyme disease We live in an area where Lyme disease is endemic The Pfizer study will cover two tick seasons I'm Ed Donahue
DeSantis Suspends Tampa Prosecutor Who Won't Criminalize Abortion
"Governor Ron DeSantis in Florida continues to show us show other governors and us how it's done. His latest move to suspend the Tampa state attorney. The DA of Tampa, who was by the way a left winger, he's a soro sky, and but this guy joined with a bunch of other attorneys and prosecutors. Basically saying that despite the Supreme Court's decision in the Dobbs case, that states are now free to make laws about abortion in Florida has a law. By the way, Florida's law is hardly extreme. I believe it restricts abortion after 20 weeks. But nevertheless, it's far too much for this prosecutor, a guy named Andrew Warren, and he essentially signed a statement that says, he's not going to enforce it. In Tampa. And similarly, Florida has a transgender law, which is described by desantis really very bluntly desantis goes, you know, they use these euphemisms, but what they're literally doing is chopping off the private parts of young kids and that's wrong. Boom, talk about putting things bluntly. But anyway, Florida has a law that limits transgender surgery. You can't just go about doing this. And this guy, Andrew Warren goes, so I want to enforce that law either. So desantis looked at the Florida state constitution, where it says an article for section 7, the governor mesa spend from office any county officer for malfeasance, miss fees and neglect of duty drunkenness and competence, et cetera, and decided to listen. You state attorney don't have the right to make laws in Florida.
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"In bed. He had stalled detectives out the door trying to serve him with a warrant by saying he needed to get dressed. It comes with great honor to announce we solved the year cold-case when we did for the forensic examination on his computers. Stephen crawford had hundreds of thousands thousands and thousands of images and videos of chelpanov affi floppy disks after floppy disks floppy disk of images and videos depicting murder and torture of women teenagers and young children. Some of the videos. That i watched things being done are things that are going to help me the rest of my life crawford is the biggest cowered in the world. He's lived this life knowing that he murdered her. And i wanna make sure that we look at other cases that he could have been responsible for this type of murder in my experience. It's not just one person. So i hope that we continue to look at. What else did he do. Investigators wondered was stephen crawford also responsible for the other stanford murders that began in nineteen seventy three with the murder of twenty one year old. Leslie para lawf- leslie pearl off. Her body was discovered in the foothills behind the campus on stanford land. She parked her orrin chevy nova to the side of the road and then just walked off to take a picture. She wanted to commission an artist. She knew to paint a watercolour landscape. For my mother's birthday. Leslie was a stanford grad that was going to be going to law school. She'd gone up to the hills to take photographs. I believe and was strangled and murdered. Leslie and i looked a lot alike. I mean we looked like twins. Leslie was my mentor and my protector. And i always felt safe around leslie. My name is diane love. And i'm leslie prologues younger sister. We were separated by about fourteen months. Leslie was my best friend and she was a wonderful sister. Leslie was very bright and she was raised to not be ashamed of being smart as a young girl. Leslie was one of the brightest students in our class. She was going to go to the best universities. She wanted to be president of the united states. She went through high school in three years. She went through college in three years. Stanford was the college to go to. My uncle went to stanford and then my mom went to stanford and then leslie went to stanford she wanted to learn about the world. She wanted to find out what was out there and experience it and make it a better place. Leslie was always very interested in justice shoes interested in helping the underdog she was in love and she was hoping to be married and she was ready to make the difference that she could in the world. I just can't imagine for her her dear heart and her brilliant gentle self to have the horror of that experience. I still can't imagine. I did a year abroad in ghana west africa and probably got a phone call was marine from the us embassy and he said i had a telegram. You wanna come and get it. It's a no we'd it to me. Read it to me and he goes. Are you sure you want me to read this to you and your read it read it.
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"Enemies i ronald reagan do solemnly swear that i will faithfully execute the office of president of the united states. Eventually the fcc dropped their investigation. They said there's not enough evidence and they voted to close. It starts during the carter administration and it ends during the reagan administration. And that's probably not a coincidence. Tv network is carrying out a master plan for people that love. Jim baker took that as vindication. Here there's no there there let's go let's raise more money and let's get bigger and bigger and that's exactly what happened fifteen dollars a month. Tammy's only fifty cents a day small. You think it's just a soft drink or a couple of candy bars of those tabs today. And i gladly do it in many ways. The federal communication investigation was kind of a practice. Run for what would later be accused of on a much bigger scale where we all right now. We're actually sitting right here. The income from the satellite network allowed baker to launch his third innovation which was created. A kristen disneyland on the border of north south carolina what became heritage usa. Baker says. he doesn't mind. The label christian disneyworld as description of his plans to create a place where pt l. members can vacation was inspiration. Baker had always been fascinated by a disney mickey mouse. He sat back and said why. Can't we have a christian version of disneyland. I had a vision. And a plan. And i was a man with fire inside me to do something for the christian world had a big hotel. Little shops. a big waterpark. We didn't have an ocean here so we brought the ocean the heritage usa. It was meant for families. Well especially with the waterpark. That was wow only popular. They laughed when i started it. So the critics call jim. Bakker's volley this park will be open and tammy faye it will be paying more. They put in a waterpark. This about six million dollar waterpark. With the slides. You know. we're the first christians to ever have a way full. The bible says we're fishers of men and this is the bait another part of the pto experience that people came really from around the world to be part of was the passion play then it was done in an incredible panoramic outdoor amphitheater that was built just for that go god god. Park is officially all trying to build the best theme park for families in this country. We had more than mickey mouse. We had salvation. Top that heritage. You say in the eighties becomes the third biggest theme park in america. Right next to disneyland disney world as part of hera. Usa baker decided that he needed to build a giant hotel complex. Five hundred room hotel the heritage grand and soon after decided to build a tower with another five hundred dollars so he had a lot of money to raise. You'd say okay. Why would you build the tower when you need money to benny the grand. Because if you don't expand and you don't keep growing you can't go forward. The problem was how to finance such a big project and at this point baker. Did something brilliant when you give your one thousand dollar gift. You receive a special membership card that will allow you to stay here and the heritage brand for four days and three night every year for the rest of your life. Visit gospel timeshare. You could say. I'm getting in on this one. That was a pretty good deal and people bought up the partnerships like hotcakes. Even i bought one of the rooms. Which i've never stayed. There was actually a great deal if he had been able to live up to it. Problem is the way too many people giving her thousand dollars not nearly enough hotel rooms when people are cashing in wanted to come stay and use their thousand dollars lifetime partnerships. There wasn't room at the end. He sold more than sixty six thousand lifetime partnerships and heritage brand which amounted to more than one hundred percent occupancy in that hotel they had the ear and the heart of a huge portion of the american public. It was a stunner shot when suddenly there were some revelations that the body could believe.
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"Which was a massive hit in the late seventies early eighties. i am mocked from. No no no no. In addition to her sitcom fame pandora was dating mark harmon. who would go on to marry. He was the star of a show called saint elsewhere playing a doctor. He was people magazine's sexiest man alive. In nine hundred ninety six. They were prime time. Television royalty in one thousand nine hundred eighty six pam. Dabo was in the market with a new sitcom. That was eventually going to be called my sister. Sam and amd auburn needed a kid sister to play opposite her. We searched and searched and searched for that patty character and then at the end we became so desperate because we just weren't finding the right person. When rebecca came in it was just clear she was the one. Hi i'm pattie wrestle. This my sister. Sam i just moved in live together since we were kid. I was raised. Her aunt and uncle. Things have changed. I used to dress her. Can't wear the song this makes up for the haircut. You gave me when. I was three set from my sister. Sam was pretty classic. Eighty stuff pam is a freelance photographer. Living in san francisco very successful her younger sister than comes to live with her because their parents have died so it becomes a kind of story of generational conflict. The best of all you say that. I'm only doing what's best child. Patty russell is hyper smart. Sixteen and she wants to be different but wants to fit in like any normal teenager. We hit it off. She just had a very natural quality plus she just was so cute she can. She was a kid she was eighteen and i moved her into my house because she didn't have any words. Stay really to was not a hollywood and her parents were not with her so she became a kind of parent see route. We were roommates. I drove her car rider food. I rented her ice fox for ice cream. she was great. I thought it was a good idea because then she would become familiar with each other and she was very open to it so she became my little sister for a few months and makes a difference. No one ever strong relationship off camera obviously on camera. When you know the shows david it was in the eighties. After all but our our stuff the stuff that rebecca and i did together that was good stuff because it was real. We go great your mate. You don't have. They were great together. Panels find being uptight. Stiff and rebecca was great playing the rebellious teenager. It was a family show at the heart of that family. Was rebecca schaeffer in because everyone wants her as a sister because real natural talent was a chemistry between us. Everybody was part of everybody's life. It was the most amazing experience for her to have rebecca the habits of first time. You're that show. But we were sandwich drive between keeton alley and the bob newhart show and so we got the raised once. She was on that show. Obviously there's a fair amount of attention connected europe. She had a solo cover of seventeen magazine. It's like being on the cover of vogue you know for a young girl to be on the cover of seventeen special thing. Japan gabor run the cover of tv guide. Tv guide had forty million liters a week. It was the number one magazine in america when you're popular enough. The tv guide wants to put you on the cover. These are the golden moment. so don't happen very often. And so for rebecca. I was thrilled and it didn't really phase her. It was just like another day. Did go to her head at all. Rebecca schaeffer was the oil. Cbs soldier she did whatever was third. Help promote that. Show this is rebecca schaeffer at my design. Nine david rappaport on this coverage of thanksgiving day parades across north america. Happy thanksgiving i'm rebecca schaeffer and really excited to be doing this brave. While rebecca was finding success as an actress she began a relationship with the ucla film student. Brad silverlake whom she met on a blind date silverlake would go on to become successful. Hollywood director at that point. I was in twenty three. She was nineteen. We got series of very quickly support. We're scared the hell out of us and you know we were driving around months later. And she's looking at houses thing. Oh we could beat there. We could be there. She didn't perceive herself as a celebrity shouldn't live that way. I don't know if i ever heard the term of fame. Come out of her mouth. I think the whole nature of celebrity was something maybe was just outside of her interest. She does busy building life and meeting people having friends and you know and then she had a boyfriend the one thing we did say to her though you're on the hit show we're probably going to go for gonna go on this show for a while. You never put your real name on your mailbox. Rebecca never put you real name box. And she said okay. Okay okay. I won't i. Won't it'll be fine. I i was giving her that. If i had my own stock in problems i mean i literally had police helping me at one point earlier on way before my sister sam potentially dangerous soccer And so i never had my addresses ever on my driver's license so the you can't be found. She was wise beyond who years but she was naive in some ways because she was very trusting she had such an open heart damn letter from e the first time i saw her answering fan letters she said. Look look i'm getting fan mail and is great and they're telling me their problems and i'm answering them back in. It's wonderful and i went. Wait a.
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"Weren't saying anything so we knew that something really terrible had happened in that house. The otero murders rock this city. It was unheard of in wichita kansas to have a family of four murdered by with someone. Wanna kill this wonderful family known to wichita. They had just been visited by someone who was killing for sport. What he does next will make it perfectly clear. The dennis rader is after much more than just murder. He really want. The spotlight came. Wanted to be named most.
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"Although investigators found no physical evidence in the maguire's home they did find something significant. Bill core after bill is car was recovered. in atlantic city. Our criminalist was able to locate several pieces of small flesh. These pieces of flash are an artifact of bill maguire's body being articulated. The phrase was used human sawdust. Human sawdust is a term that did not exist until this case as i understand it found particles that to me. Look like it could be possibly human tissue. Dna results indicated that the flesh belong to bill. Mcguire what this really was was a few pieces of microscopic skin cells. That were a little bit deeper than the skin. We passably shed. Couldn't those tissues the tissues. You looked at the shed from a live. Human being. It cannot be shared from live human being. It's not a typical shedding process on their theory. Was that this nurse who was kind of so meticulous. Had somehow just forgotten to wipe the bottom of shoes that she accidentally tracked these cuban sawdust particles of bills quartey from the house to the car. Thank you your honor. There were eighty one witnesses and seven weeks. Good morning dr miller. Dr miller was the testimony that everyone was most anticipating. He was going to be the big star of the trial toy was hurrying affair and my life.
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"The next day the police department gets a call from this woman who had seen the show and she basically said. I'm looking at this car right now. I live in mexico and a trailer park and it's in the parking lot so leave hours overwhelming choked up. Please be the hawks. I wanna find.
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"Judge as to whether or not marnie yang deserves. A new trial family sad. This is finally over as soon as she was convicted. So it's difficult to see that ronnie's family will have to go through this again. Let me just.
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"She is charged with killing the girlfriend former chicago. Bear or shaw gail nearly three and a half years after the murder monte gang is going to trial when i really sit down and just think this all happened because someone had a crush it makes no sense to has pleaded not guilty if convicted marnie faces life in prison marnie as main goal was to eliminate the competition and the evidence shows that she was obsessed with mr gail and her obsession was mainly directed at the other women. She wanted to get rid of them so that she could have him before herself. Former chicago bears players. Shaun gayle takes the witness stand this morning. He'll testified that he had sex with marnie gang the night before. She's accused of two thousand seven murder of ronnie writer the fact that he had slept with marnie the night before the murder raise a lot of eyebrows. But it wasn't enough to change. The narrative prosecutors wanted to portray marnie as a jealous woman. A big part of the prosecution's case was that marnie sent these letters to other women. Sean was seeing and as part of that. They put mornings daughter. Emily on the stand and she says exactly that i do. Remember on the stand really. Emily says that her mom had told her that she had sent those letters so that the women could find out about each other that sad testifying could not have been easy for either mother or daughter at her to see her there. The court her testimony today from passion and says that she's a psychic and a friend of gangs choose on stand for a day and she said a lot and much of it was damning evidence against marnie the next day when they cross examined her and started asking her about being psychic and a hypnotist being a pow You get the feeling that the jury didn't necessarily believe the truth of those things and that obviously affected her credibility as our fish and she made the goofy but she knows how to press record. Marnie defense at the trial was that she had no idea. She was being recorded but she was just spinning a tale for her friend. Kristy passion for screening disturbing. And i'm the mother of three girls seen baby schuyler with the bullet that ran through her. Just have chills. I will never get that picture in my head. Ever a jury finds mardian guilty of first degree murder and intentional homicide of an unborn child. Begin to tell you this has been for me. And of course ronnie's family at least i feel that Running baby their piece. Marnie is sent away life in prison but now eight years later marnie has filed a petition. Saying she was wrongfully convicted among claims that her daughter was pressured and her son threatened by police slammed his hands onto the desk. And told me is either going to be you or your mother. That's going to go down party. Yang is already served eight years in prison. She was sentenced to two life terms for the murderer. Forty two year old ronnie writer and her unborn baby jury only four hours to convict marnie yang. Today she continues to maintain her innocence. Now she has a high profile lawyer and a team of experts committed to proving the state. Got it wrong. We filed a petition for post conviction. Relief alleging money's actual tonight one of writers for instance sister says she believes genius. Innocent of murder. The real killers out there and that person needs to be held accountable. The petition filed by marnie. New defense team includes a number of allegations from children about the investigation and about the case against the mark. My mother was forced to confess to something. She didn't feel things just need to be set right much. Warmer conditions will be with us all weekend long. The thaw has begun. The morning does the lay contest. I came to serve a search warrant. Always sleep in my room. Knocking on the door is.
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"From zuma grabbed her stuff opened her door and the shadows gets hit with southern bullets force apartment from from the blast see pictures of shaun gayle brought. The kind of shaun gayle is a celebrity. All the eighty five bears are very well known celebrities. He's dating her. She's pregnant with his child in your opinion. Do you think they weren't married. I know ronnie wanted to be married. I think he was probably because sean was already. He's the guy who has a lot of women in his life. Are there other people who have had a relationship sean. The didn't end well. Someone deliberately took that child out. If there's some woman out there sending letters you she may want to get rid of the other women in his life. So police bug is house. And he's asking her. Do you think these letters were sent from a little unbalanced. I'd while it sounds very much like someone's commute fussing towards this is a story that has shocked an entire.
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"Wounding trial lorraina Bobby against the Nassar gin. You're right here by hundred the dog Ford the trial, two months after John Rayo Bobbitt, emphysema, nap is rooms faith. The jury of seven women and five men third trial coming up to keep really a circus. It's say tional, but number report, you see around here proves that within the papers and on the radio couldn't escape it. It was amazing. There was a t shirt business outside the courthouse on your way out of the principal courthouse. You can pick up a souvenir t shirt for ten dollars. My masses of cut above the rest. I was a quarter an anchor at evening. I'm Terry Moran for court TV. This was one of those headline trials that made that the public. They were playing prosecutor. They were playing defense lawyer are they were playing offended, and they thought that they were the jury. Gather here in support rain. Protesters marching left Tino community group. Got some death threats. Never different MRs bobbins attorneys claim that in severing her husband's penis as he slept. She was acting on Aries instable impulse. Her lawyer wanted to make this argument that she simply could control her rage. And she shouldn't be expected to have control her age. She was not in her right mind. We had to go in there, it middling and acknowledging she's ever seen. The those off in a drunken stupor. So it wasn't like he was chasing around the house with a butcher knife. Ladies and gentlemen, what we have is Lorraine above its life. Juxtaposed against John Wayne, Bob, it's painless Lisa Kimbler gave the opening argument. The case we weren't trying to know appeal to the jury honestly, she was just good to you that a life more valuable than a Pinas. She acted in self defense. If you don't like that defense, then they will change she suffered and ever since. You believe dairy. And she. About John when he first walked in the courtroom. I think they had him in a blue suit white shirt, Chris the you look like a marine, and I just said this guy could be formidable. John w would quite frankly, I had so much material to work with that a first year law. Student could have taken him apart. No. No never did. Sprained grabbed a show you. Yes. I have. And many. Many times many. That'd be all of pushed restrained grabbed and most of them just restraining holding her down there were multiple inconsistency. Remember, Kathleen Williams family group, co marines alligator? I remember that. I remember. At council. I talked to a priest when I ask him Javer go to counselling. I don't believe. So I think I saw priest, but that's about it. Then I said, do you remember going out more remember? Filled having side from Kathleen. I I don't remember. Nine that you fill that format..
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"There was a revolution going on and media at the time cable news coming on full bore and needed stories to cover all come to CNN prime news. They found these stories which were often buried previously local tabloid paper. You had the Menendez brothers murder, Los Angeles. Lila, Eric Mun and the shoes in the shotgun. Murder of their parents, Amy Fisher on Long Island seventeen year old Amy Fisher was in court today accused of shooting her lover's, Tonya Harding, and Nancy Kerrigan, and that drum I had no prior knowledge of the plan to fall on Nancy. Kerrigan culminating all the O J Simpson ethic. Murder try mystery and television. If it doesn't fit you must acquit. On the early nineties. Mainstream media began to realize that they had to start covering stories that were a foreigner to their newsroom at before. Then the truth is everybody was talking about it. And you just I don't think you can ignore story like that on virtually every late night show. There were jokes about them Raina cut off your Pena. How did that make you feel? He was in the Washington Post almost every day. It was usually popular. Why do you think people were so fascinated by the way, we look back to looking young people that? No to a world. I think women were kind of energized by it was somewhat shocking. The degree to which women were just almost enthralled. A new that this case it was going to be very significant. We had just been through Anita Hill's testimony less than two years before that scorned woman. No there had been that kind of watch word that the men just didn't get it and very quickly after Llerena Bobbitt maimed. Her husband the answer came back. We'll do you get it. Now. The public comes down very firmly on her side, he's guilty guilty guilty. And it's kind of a media circus Gets acquitted. acquitted men are gonna go out there. Raping women a woman severs husband's penis after he allegedly raped sir here from the doctor reattached it on the next marring. But I got a very nice call from Maury Povich who invited me was morning talk show. Everybody was was trying to get both lorraina, and John I wanted to do the story that whole story is next. I'm skeptical. I think my audiences skeptical. Maybe I'm a cynic by nature. How does it work? I mean, really they could do that good of a job that that it can make it work. How would you describe it a stump? Simply barely stump at this point. Especially when it was lying in a field in front of a seven eleven the P word still at that point in American culture was not a mentionable hide him. So what you're saying is if this is the what do you call it, the news, and we finished. Right. I guarantee you that we had the check with our legal department at the time. Okay. What can we say? What can we say? We say privates. Do we say member? Apparently, we could I just started working for Vanity Fair. I was assigned to go and get what was at the time the first and only interview with Lorena Bobbitt. We went out to dinner learning order steak, and she was having trouble, cutting the stake. And she asked the waiter a sharp. It was like if this guy knew who she was he would have dined out on that for the rest of days. Lorraine has team could went on the offensive. Did a twenty interview in September of nineteen Ninety-three. So about a month before John's trial. I just remember his voice saying that. I will follow. You know might have were you are. She told her story in a very compelling way. She was somebody who made you want to reach out and and help take care of her, and I can have any sex him one with me. Giver story time the talker. You know, those tears real real may because she didn't want to do that to me Schwartz. Take it back twice. She attacked me shouldn't shouldn't national regrets. It people said to me you got to answer. This said I wanted the jury to hear John's case for the first time I'm not going to try this in the best..
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"My name's Jim sane urologist and enjoyed a very quiet life at Prince William hospital in Manassas Virginia and all that changed for me June twenty third the nineteen ninety three. The phone. My bedside woke me up in the middle of the night. And really all I knew about this in the way into the hospital. Was it a penis had been happy -tated and the organ was missing? What's the first thing? You did when you woke up clear thoughts and replied pressure, and I want to wait to tell to the hospital. You were yelling or screaming like held me. We have to go to the hospital right now. No. He was Susie. Saw the blood everywhere. He was going crazy hospital there within ten minutes. Fucking hospital. Doctors looking at me me arrest. Your vision comes in and looks at John's hands and wrists and says there's no cut there. And of course, Jon there was no there, and he goes, where's all the blood coming from John points down below nothing more than a shoot covering, and then she fell away to reveal a missing penis. Describe the look under doctor's face when who showed him what lorraina had done drop. Was a kind of out of how to potty experience. It really takes your breath away to to see this kind of disfigurement. He was very calm through all of this is if he didn't even understand the the extent of this injury. And with the implications of it might be, and I knew everything will be okay. How I just a lot of faith. God. Always need lost about a third of his blood volume. I knew I had to get a microphone surgeon. They said, you know, we've got this guy here as penises been cut off. And he come down and basically put it back on said. Okay. You have the penis. No. Meanwhile, the Raina has been in the apartment with really a knife in one hand and his penis and the other and she goes downstairs to her car. I always tried to figure out like how she opened the door cheap transfer from one hand to the Elliot how did that work. I don't know. But she gets into the car and starts the car, and according to her she's driving along, and she suddenly kind of realize that she has this penis in her hand or hands are full to drive this way. I see it. I remember I could make a turn. Because I. My hands for. With something. And so I I try to term then I. I said that I have in my hand still holding his severed penis. As. And so I I look at an ice cream..
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"I'm sure there was more problems screaming yelling your arguments. You know? Let's just the way that you'll rain was. I seen her him with the four command. He said that she came after. If that happened, then I'm sure it happened before. Call nine one each other quite frequently. You know, he calls it on her. She called it on him. He said that the police will no listen to me because. We're married. We've responded to complaints of domestic violence at their residents about half a dozen times in the past few years. Only in one instance were charges brought we arrested John charged him with the song battery, and he got a cross warned against lorraina and had her charged with a song battery one of their charges with no processed and the other one dismissed. Actually, very little difference in what they said we analyze had a history of abuse of conduct to treat each other gets into trouble apart from John. There were a couple of incidents that were very important to John and place the great deal of stress. Not just the old occasions. Fighting but what they were fighting about. He found that she went and shoplifted. She stole a couple of dresses from Nordstrom. She was caught she had to do community service. The more grievous offence was while working Janet she embezzled over seven thousand dollars in John furious about that. Lorraina will say that she did these things because money was such an issue. John wasn't pulling his weight. Her boss at the nail salon figured out that money was missing and made her pay it back with interest with a pretty high interest is I remember, so I guess they worked it out between the two of them. But it's not as though lorraina had nothing. You know, this unblemished pass. She Gent Masudi stealing all that money. She knew the do that especially this somebody we brought her in give her job better. And we're..