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Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91
"Holocaust survivor who testified at Nazi commander at off Eifman's trial has died. Joseph Solman claimant Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the Nazi commanders trial, died Tuesday. According to Israeli media. He was 91 Kleinman was one of fewer than 180,000 Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel. Born in Slovakia in January, 1930 Kleinman and his family were deported by Nazi Germany to the camp in Auschwitz Birkenau in 1944, his father, mother and sister. Were killed it outfits. After the war, Kleinman emigrated to Israel. Eichmann, one of the architects of the Holocaust, was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina. In 1960 put on trial in Jerusalem in 1961 Eichmann was found guilty of crimes against humanity, crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year.
Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a Holocaust survivor who testified at **** commander in elf Eichmann's trial has died Joseph Zalman Kleinman Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the **** commanders trial died Tuesday according to Israeli media he was ninety one Kleinman was one of fewer than one hundred eighty thousand Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel born in Slovakia in January nineteen thirty Cliven and his family were deported by **** Germany to the camp at Auschwitz Birkenau in nineteen forty four his father mother and sister were killed at Auschwitz after the war Kleinman emigrated to Israel I commend one of the architects of the Holocaust was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina in nineteen sixty put on trial in Jerusalem in nineteen sixty one Aikman was found guilty of crimes against humanity crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year hi Mike Rossio
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Joseph Solomon Kleinman Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the Nazi commanders trial died Tuesday. According to Israeli media. He was 91 Kleinman was one of fewer than 180,000 Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel. Born in Slovakia in January, 1930 Kleinman and his family were deported by Nazi Germany to the camp in Auschwitz Birkenau in 1944, his father, mother and sister were killed at Auschwitz. After the war, Kleinman emigrated to Israel. Eichmann, one of the arcades. Text of the Holocaust was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina. In 1960 put on trial in Jerusalem in 1961 Eichmann was found guilty of crimes against humanity, crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year. I might cross CEO news and analysis at town hall that calm. I'm Keith Peters in Washington. U. S. Companies that cheat their workers out of pay are unlikely to be fined or punished even after they're caught. An analysis of Labor Department data finds that in 19 2085 100 employers were cited for taking about $287 million from workers. Companies that hire child care workers gas station clerks restaurant servers is the security guards are among the business is most likely to get caught. The analysis finds, however, that the government rarely penalize is repeat offenders and often lets companies pay workers back less than they owe correspondent Jeremy House Hyundai's recalling over 390,000 vehicles in the U. S and Canada. Problems that can cause engine fires. One recall owners are being told the park outdoors until repairs are made. That recall covers more than 203,000. Santa Fe Sport SUVs from 2013 through 2015. More on these stories at town Hall calm. I'm Keith Peters in Washington J. Foreigner here, CEO of rocket mortgage and rocket companies. Last year we saw historically low mortgage interest rates. What you may not know is that interest rates are already starting to increase, and it's likely that trend is on Lee going to continue..
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Asked by ABC News about the RV that was parked on Warner's property. Harvey's been there for a while. It doesn't really move. It just stays there. So this was something that just Looked suspicious that it wasn't there anymore. No one was critically hurt in the blast. But there's a lot of destruction spanning more than a city block supporters and Mourners gathering in Columbus, Ohio, for a news conference, state health commissioner said. Park care community health All right, and a candlelight vigil to wander Andre Hill, the unarmed 47 year old black man shot to death in his garage Tuesday morning by a police officer. Just seconds into their encounter. Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, is it That when they see a black citizen They shoot first and ask questions later. Police chief is called the shooting senseless and preventable and wants an officer involved fired. No word from the policeman's lawyer investigating a coded vaccine scheme. The New York State Health Department and the state Police. Baby sees Aaron Carter ski, the state health commissioner, said Park hair community health network may have fraudulently obtained covert 19 vaccine. Transferred it to facilities in other parts of the state and diverted it to members of the public that runs contrary to the States Vaccine allocation plan, which prioritizes health workers and nursing home residents, no word whether President Trump has vetoed or sign the covert relief bill and companion measure to prevent a government shutdown Tuesday. You're listening to ABC news. Have the following program has been pre recorded. Way are the pond goats on pond? Goats? Radio? I'm Phil Valentine. And I'm Campbell Ballentine. And this segment is always entitled War. Good God. Yo, What is it Good for? Absolutely nothing. And I believe I'm going for I believe you are too. So December 20th 1924 They don't Hitler is freed from jail early, bad move. He had only served nine months of his five year sentence for the beer hall pushed yes. Which, of course, was his sort of proto coo right of the government, the revolution right where the proto Nazis stormed the capital. And took over the proto countries. Exactly Eventually. Now, while he's in jail, of course he writes, mind comp my struggle, right? Which becomes sort of the manual for the Nazis. What was it? Can we call that the manifesto? I guess like the unibomber. Yeah. And have you ever read mine? Come I have not. I'm afraid to really Well, I'm afraid if I get it, then somebody said you feel Valentine's of Nazi. Hey, just downloaded mine come from Amazon, or if you're checking out with it in a book. So I've never read it, but it really, But we probably do need to read it just, you know, so we can prepare for something like this happening again. Yeah. And understand a maniacs. Mind my way. How do you like the little mustache? I've got somebody comment on that. Is that our Charlie? Champion? Look, you're going Charlie Chaplin checking out mine. Come. Uh huh. Right, of course. Have you? Well, Have you read it? No, I have not. Okay. You same reason You're scared, aren't you? I'm a little scared now also just feel like it's badly written book. Probably am, but here's the deal with this man. Adolf Hitler is freed from jail early and a newspaper article is published about this because the beer hall pushed was a big event right And in the newspaper article, they described Hitler leaving jail. And they say This is the face of a man who has learned his lesson who has matured and should no longer be a threat to our way of life. Right? Of course, folks. Really Yanks a Roni. How far off could you have been good grief? Yeah. I mean, people did not see that coming, Did you? Not see that coming? Yeah. Okay. Okay. I like that. I mean, that's pretty funny. All right on the 21st. 18 64 General Sherman conquers Savannah, Georgia. Yes, this will be part of the Civil war. Exactly Right. Sherman's march to the sea, I guess is only I feel like I don't know enough about the civil war to really talk about it. We need to do a whole pot goats episode on the Civil War. Maybe it with theories. Well, the Civil war is a lot to unpack. It was London. We're going to watch a lot of kinberg. It'll be like Rome would get into We're going minutes is a lot of thought. Yeah. Get out of here December 21st 1939 returning speak of the devil himself. Adolf Hitler names. Adolf Eichmann, leader of Referenda four B, which is responsible for a vic shins and Jewish immigration. Wow. What a what A what a title That is Immigration in air quotes there? Yes, and then forced deportation right before they start fourth. Killing them. Yes. Executions. 22nd of December 1942 w W to Adolf Hitler signs he was busy in December wasn't wants. Hey, signs the order to develop the V two rocket. As a weapon. Yanks are oniy mayor. That was a destructive thing. Yeah, And this is where people start kind of freaking out because we don't know the extent of Germany's military might right. They've got the lift, Wafa, and they also have those tanks. That's right. Those super fans. Yes, hands with it fine. December. 23rd. Yep. 17 79 Benedict Arnold is court martialled for improper conduct? Yeah, I guess giving secrets of the enemy's improper conduct. Hello, Improper conduct like Hitler was charged with improper conduct. Come on improper conduct. Well, this would later snowball, and it would be revealed that he had traded secrets, of course to the bridge. That's Roy. 1943 on the 23rd. General Bernard Montgomery told that he is appointed commandant for D Day. Yeah, so way got news for you..
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Okay? I got an answer. I hope Do you think states nowadays? Do you think there are any states within the next I'll say 100 years. Would secede from the Union. California might. What about Texas, Texas? I don't and I don't think Texas will, although it depends on how the politics are going, But I think California might, and I think We would be thrilled if they did have a good win California Good Lord, Whether if they say if they succeeded now they would have something where they claim the It's like the top 10 largest economy in the world. Yeah, they got a lot of stuff and Callie, but how much of it would stay if they were part of the United States? That's a good question. Okay. Well, I'll answer for you jumping back to 1945 World War two. The allies arrest the members of the Nazi Flensburg government. Yes, if flimsy birthday turned out to be which included coral done, it's this guy. We've talked about this guy who was the ruler after Hitler right. He was the fear Er, who nobody gives a rat's run. Nobody's ever heard of, he said. I'm the leader. One day 24 hours there, Carl on, Get my gosh. Too bad for him. 1958 mouths of doom starts the great Leap Forward movement in China. And that's when they started. Just they killing folks left and right, killing their own. What are you getting so jelly? About what they called the great leap forward of it. There were people are leaping into a hole. Just a great massacre. Yes, Yeah, yeah, yeah. The great machine gun forward. I don't know what they call it something else, but it was brutal. These guys. Yeah, Announcer Dung is probably one of the most evil people to ever exist. Oh, yeah. He's worse than any bond villain and tell you that what does he not get a bad rap, but I don't know. Oh, what's going on? Because he's a little comedy They say he was trying to do. He just happened to kill several 100. Million people. Come on. Geez, Louise Fleming. He made the Nazis like a day at the beach. What this guy, did I No, no kidding. 1960. Yes. Israel announces Cancer of Nazi I'd Ulf Eichmann. Yes. Adolf Eichmann, Adolf Eichmann in Argentina, bro. So I don't know if you've seen this is just a This is just for your own future reference. What was it called Hunting Hitler hunting Hitler. It was on the history channel. I believe were one of those on the history. Jan. Yeah. You watch part of that with me, didn't you? Yeah, I did. Yeah, That is fascinating. Because I'm telling you after you what you're thinking all this good spirited Deerfield know that Hitler blow his brains out in that bunker. Now there's really no evidence that he did that. Once you see this, there is no evidence of Hitler killed himself in that bunker. Yeah, and they go to these small villages and origin. Tina and their folks speaking German exactly. You want her kids around? You're like what? That Well, a lot of went down there and a lot of been found down there. And they have some eye witnesses from some older folks who say Yeah, I saw Hitler when he came in on a seaplane, You know? Yeah, I know that is terrified is terrifying. Well, you're not as terrifying is weird and tragic, which is our next section will be up there with that segment and moment and we'll tell you what's weird and what's tragic and what's tragically weird When we come back with pot go Radio right after this does radio This'll.
Rocky Pendergast & Aimee Mann Time Travel to Kill Hitler in New Prank Call
"This time we told her rocky had gone back in time in order to kill Hitler and by the way. Just so you know making a cameo in this call is real life. Lago regular amy man. Oh yes this is big in the This is a very big get in the world of Rocky Pendergast. At no point in this call. I just want to point this out ahead of time. This Kathy Question Rocky's ability to go and time travel ever amazing. She never questions his ability to find and kill Hitler. The whole thing is quite frankly absolutely absurd by the end of this call. I don't even think Hattie knows what planet trees on. But here we go. This is unbelievably. This is just unbelievable to me. It's a saga listen carefully as rocky calls into Kathy and goes back in time to kill Hitler. Oh I am going to take phone calls so let me see with calling. Him Jolly Rocky GS. She's I will run out and searchlights. Okay where you calling from gelling? I would go with the details but as I say I've gone back in time to you. Know to kill Hitler. You're going to kill by the nineteen forties and the the German invasion of Europe. He's off your are traveling. You should see it Kathy. Darling Little Hawk say Tell C. Not Body Whorl Adolf Hitler himself to get on Raucously who speech. You're kidding now. Be careful because by the I've already recused boaty exclusives daily matter of heating a buck. Oh how increased just hitting the dotting all of the most exclusive members of the Nazi high. Come on here. Why just in front of me. I see fast. Who trueblue Klaus Bobby Cisco who could check the vitals? We shouldn't Adolf Eichmann. How Golden Ball in eighteen to death? Dr Joseph Mangla Boo Heinrich in the. And I'm going to kill them. Oh Kathy everyone this and move on. You'll never guess who. I brought me singer-songwriter in Logger. In the incomparable amy. Ma- GLENIS. Hey Rocky Great Party. Can AIMEE Mann so sure. Lamey time travel with you anytime. Darling Amy I had no idea you shawl over killing Nelson. All of you are so down getting this speech ship. Hitler really ready to. It knows your chance. Rocky ooh He'll be careful to yeah and not to spoil. You'll live with Nazi. Get together but this little boy back in run walk. Hang on to these buses getting away. Let me just moving down. You're not you have great rift to the space. Josh me Me Off they ceesay Hello Oh oh I hope. Oh Oh dear well. Let's all send prayers in hugs to him. Jeez I do hope that I exist. I hope I exist and I thank you so much for choosing to listen to live with heavy voice of inspiration and encourage men
Andrea Lee Reads Haruki Murakami
"We're going to hear barn burning by rookie Murakami translated from the Japanese beneath by Philip Gabriel which was published in the New Yorker in November of nineteen ninety. Two when you try to put it in words it doesn't sound like anything special but if you see it with your own eyes for ten or twenty minutes we were just chatting at the bar and almost without thinking she kept on performing. It gradually the center offensive. Reality is sucked right out of everything around you. The story was chosen by Andrea Lee. WHO's the author of the National Book Award Nominated Memoir Russian Journal and four books of fiction including the forthcoming Rhode Island House which we published in twenty twenty one? Hi Andrea Hi Deborah. So so wh what made you choose a story by Murakami to read today. Well this is always been a story that I was very fond of I. I read it a longtime ago actually in the magazine and then I read it again when the collection came out on the elephant vanishes but I was reminded of how much I liked it when I saw a film film that is somewhat based on it which is Burning that just came out this year by Lee Chang Dong the Korean that Korean director which is is a wonderful fell so I went back and of course reread the the more comedy story and and remember just how much I how much you know. Satisfies satisfies me in every way has everything I like in a story. So what are those things that you look for in a story. Well what I particularly like again in stories and more coming in particular is the grounding that he does in the details of the everyday world and then somehow managing to enter subtly in other dimensions into other realms. This particular story would starts out almost in a banal fashion becomes uh-huh terribly frightening it becomes a mystery. It becomes frightening on on so many levels. Yeah it's interesting that you called it a satisfying story because for me. It's the story that leaves many many questions unanswered or unsatisfied. But maybe that's is that his faction of like about it. You know the satisfaction for me is the fact that it's mystery that it is completely unsolved at the end and yet somehow there is that that is a very that is a solution for me and interestingly enough the film goes in a different direction and much as revealed the end and I wasn't quite satisfied with the you know with quite a definite solution into the mystery in the film as I was to the mysteries of the remains in the story. Yeah Yeah it allows your your imagination to provide the ending. Yes exactly exactly. The story was written Quite early in in Murakami's writing career. It was published in Japanese in nineteen eighty-three when he was I think in his mid thirties or early thirties. do you think that it feels like early work for him or do you think it's consistent with his later writing I think it's consistent with With all the themes. I can't really speak as a more copy expert because I have not read everything that he's written but I feel that it's consistent in all of the stories. I've read of his. This feeling of parallel lives parallel. Worlds this terrible cre- penis that enters into ordinary live I think it's all they're running. I think You know it has all the elements that we recognize as as being classic Ugh more common elements. Yeah we'll we'll talk some more after the story. Now here's Andrea Lee Reading Barn burning by rookie Murakami translated from the Japanese knees. Bhai Philip Gabriel Barn burning. I met her at a friend's wedding reception here in Tokyo. And we got to know. Oh other three years ago. There is nearly a dozen years age difference between us. She being twenty and I thirty one not that it battered much idolize. ELSOM my mind then and didn't have time to worry about things like age and she didn't care about the difference at all. I was married to but that didn't bother her either for her your age or marital status or income. Were like your shoe size. How high or low your voices the shape of if your fingernails in other words? Not the kind of thing you can do anything about come to think of it. I guess she's right. She was studying with that guy. I can't remember his name. That famous mime and working as an advertising model to make ends meet but she usually found it too much trouble to go out on the assignments. Her agent got her so her income didn't amount to much what it didn't cover her boyfriend's made up. Of course I don't know for sure but things thinks she said seemed to hint at that kind of arrangement. I'm not saying that. She slept with men for money. Maybe there were times when something close to that took place but but that's not the point. Something else was at work. In her relations with men there was a simplicity about her that attracted a certain type of man he look at that unabashed simplicity and want to put it together with his own complicated bottled up feelings. I can't explain it well but oh I think that's what was going on. You could say that. She lived on her simplicity. Naturally you couldn't expect things to work that way all the time that would turn turn the whole structure of the universe upside down. It could only happen under certain conditions in a certain time and place the way it did with the tendering appealing appealing. Let me tell you about. This tangerine peeling as I mentioned when I first met her. She told me she was studying. Mime that so I said and didn't surprise me too much young women. These days are all studying something or other. But she didn't seem the type who'd be serious about perfecting a skill then she showed me the tendering peeling as the name says it involves peeling. A Tangerine on her left was a bowl piled high with tangerines. Insurance on her right Abo- for the peel. At least that was the idea. Actually there wasn't anything there at all she taken imaginary. Very Tangerine in her hand slowly. Peel it but one section in her mouth and spit out the seeds when she'd finished one tangerine she'd wrap up all the seats in the peel and deposit it in the ball to her right. She repeated these movements over and over again. When you try to put it in words it doesn't sound like anything special but if you see it with your own eyes for ten or twenty minutes we were just chatting at the bar and almost without thinking she kept on performing it gradually? The sense of reality is sucked right out of everything around you. It's a very strange feeling. A long time ago. When Adolf Eichmann was on trial in an Israeli court someone said that fitting punishment for him would be locking him in an airtight room and slowly pumping all the air out? I don't know how he actually died. The story just sort of popped into my head. You're pretty talented. I told her this. It's easy s nothing to do with talent. What you do isn't make yourself believe that? Their tangerines Rian Stare. You forget that the tangerines are not there. That's all sounds like then I could see we were going to get along. We didn't go without all that often about once a month twice in most at caller up and ask her where she'd like to go we'd have to have a few drinks in a bar and talk up a storm arm and listen to her talk. She'd listened to me. We had hardly anything in common to talk about but that didn't matter. I guess you'd say we were friends. Naturally I paid for everything. Thank all the food and drink a few times. She called me up usually when she'd run out of money and was hungry on those occasions. She ate like you wouldn't believe I was is completely relaxed when I was with her. I could erase everything from my mind all the work. I didn't want to do the jumble of senseless ideas people people carry around in their heads. She had that effect on me. She didn't talk about anything in particular often. I would just Kim nodding my head not really picking up the gist of her words but listening to her made me feel relaxed as if I were gazing drifting clouds far off in the distance. It's I talked about all sorts of things too. I told her as honestly as I could. My thoughts on everything from personal dilemmas to the a state of the world. You name it. Maybe she was doing the same thing. I did just nodding her head as she listened to me without any of its sinking in. But I didn't care what I was looking for was a certain feeling. It feeling that had nothing to do with sympathy or understanding
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on KCRW
"N. of RO Israel's secret operation to capture **** officer Adolf Eichmann has been re told over and over in books and movies the agents were crowned national heroes in Israel but one key figure remained in the shadows with his own secret to keep it's only come to light in recent years NPR's Daniel Estrin tells the story at the center of the story is an old tarnished needle like for a syringe it's attached to a little metal handle with some leather wrapped around so damn just took out this this silver box out of his briefcase key to show over to the Gotham oh wow that's if money didn't okay Iceman needle this was the needles used to sedate Adolf Eichmann the man who oversaw the deportation of Jews to their deaths in the Holocaust after the war Iceman escaped to Argentina agents for the Mossad Israel's version of the CIA tracked him down and captured him in nineteen sixty but they knew they'd have to get him through an airport to a plane they put him in a flight crew uniform an Israeli doctor drug him that's why the doctor who was with him he need to any to keep him like a buffet former Mossad agent and I have an expert I've never ever harm like is not sleeping he cannot speak a kennel the scream he killed he looks very sick the mission succeeded and I can was flown to Israel to stand trial for Holocaust survivors told their stories before the eyes of the world then Iceman was hanged this is the story of the doctor on the Mossad team who injected the sedative and Aikman's arm during the capture he wasn't a spy he was a renowned anesthesiologist doctor Yona Eliane he died several years ago but I met his son Danny in a cafe like his dad Danny is also a doctor he was a teenager.
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is weekend edition from NPR news under the car scene of RO Israel's secret operation to capture **** officer Adolf Eichmann has been re told over and over in books and movies the agents were crowned national heroes in Israel but one key figure remained in the shadows with his own secret to keep it's only come to light in recent years NPR's Daniel Estrin tells the story at the center of this story is an old tarnished needle like first syringe it's attached to a little metal handle with some leather wrapped around Saddam just took out this this silver box out of his briefcase to shop with them oh wow that's a lot of money then okay I summoned needle this was the needles used to sedate Adolf Eichmann the man who oversaw the deportation of Jews to their deaths in the Holocaust after the war Iceman escaped to Argentina agents for the Mossad Israel's version of the CIA tracked him down and captured in the nineteen sixty but they knew they'd have to get in through an airport to a plane they put him in a flight crew uniform and an Israeli doctor drug him that's why the doctor who was with him in the tool in it to keep him like a buffet former Mossad agent and iPhone expert I've never ever harm like is not sleeping he cannot speak a kennel the scream he cannot he looks very sick the mission succeeded and I found was flown to Israel to stand trial for Holocaust survivors told their stories before the eyes of the world then I Flynn was hanged this is the story of the doctor on the Mossad team who injected the sedative and Aikman's arm during the capture he wasn't a spy he was a renowned anesthesiologist doctor Yona Eliane he died several years ago but I met his son Danny.
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on KCRW
"Garcia to borrow good morning we'll hear from the Somali American community after a week of attacks on representative on mark and the leader of Pakistan is coming to meet president trump during a period of tension between the two allies plus we'll look at policy and the new health care plan that former VP Joe Biden has unveiled also will go to Miami were underworld criminals stole millions of dollars of underwear in Israel a doctor who helped capture **** Adolf Eichmann and why he never really talked about it and moon maiden Duke Ellington serenades the Apollo mission it's Sunday July twenty first the news is coming up right now live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein hundreds of thousands of people turned out for demonstrations in Hong Kong today the seventh consecutive weekend of protests demanding more autonomy from Beijing as NPR Julie McCarthy reports from Hong Kong a confrontation erupted on the sidelines of the rally rows of riot police massed near the Chinese liaison office and warned on social media that they would clear the area the protesters who had vandalized the outside of the office have retreated before they left they threw eggs at the building symbolizing the Chinese officials are rotten and spray painted over the Chinese Communist Party emblem at the entrance earlier the mass March of nearly a half a million people demanded that the local government to preserve Hong Kong's freedoms which they say Beijing is systematically removing the hard core of the protesters are rallying under the battle cry to liberate Hong Kong the revolution of our times Julie McCarthy NPR news Hong Kong today will be another scorcher for a huge swath of the U. S. here's Bob.
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Weekend edition Garcia of our good morning we'll hear from the Somali American community after a week of attacks on representative on mark and the leader of Pakistan is coming to meet president trump during a period of tension between the two allies plus we'll look at the policy and the new health care plan that former VP Joe Biden has unveiled also will go to Miami were underworld criminals stole millions of dollars of underwear in Israel a doctor who helped capture **** Adolf Eichmann and why he never really talked about it and moon maiden Duke Ellington serenades the Apollo mission it's Sunday July twenty first the news is coming up right now live from NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein hundreds of thousands of people turned out for demonstrations in Hong Kong today the seventh consecutive weekend of protests demanding more autonomy from Beijing as NPR Julie McCarthy reports from Hong Kong a confrontation erupted on the sidelines of the rally rows of riot police massed near the Chinese liaison office and warned on social media that they would clear the area the protesters who had vandalized the outside of the office have retreated before they left they threw eggs at the building symbolizing the Chinese officials are rotten and spray painted over the Chinese Communist Party emblem at the entrance earlier the mass March of nearly a half a million people demanded that the local government to preserve Hong Kong's freedoms which they say Beijing is systematically removing the hard core of the protesters are rallying under the battle cry liberate Hong Kong the revolution of our times Julie McCarthy NPR news Hong Kong today will be another scorcher for a huge swath of the U. S. here's Bob.
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This is weekend edition from NPR news under the car scene of RO Israel's secret operation to captured **** officer Adolf Eichmann has been re told over and over in books and movies the agents were crowned national heroes in Israel but one key figure remained in the shadows with his own secret to keep it's only come to light in recent years and purest Daniel Estrin tells the story at the center of the story is an old tarnished needle like for a syringe it's attached to a little metal handle with some leather wrapped around sedan just took out this is silver box out of his briefcase key to Chicago for the Gotham well that's fine if money didn't okay Iceman needle this was the needles used to sedate Adolf Eichmann the man who oversaw the deportation of Jews to their deaths in the Holocaust after the war Iceman escaped to Argentina agents for the Mossad Israel's version of the CIA tracked him down and captured him in nineteen sixty but they knew they'd have to get him through an airport to a plane they put him in a flight crew uniform and an Israeli doctor drug him that's why the doctor who was with him he need tool in it to keep him like a pop with former Mossad agent and iPhone expert I've never ever harm like is not sleeping he cannot speak a kennel the scream he cannot he looks very sick the mission succeeded and I've been was flown to Israel to stand trial for Holocaust survivors told their stories before the eyes of the world then Iceman was hanged this is the story of the doctor on the Mossad team who injected the sedative and Aikman's arm during the capture he wasn't a spy he was a renowned anesthesiologist doctor Yona Eliane he died several years ago but I met his son Danny in a cafe like his dad Danny is also a doctor he was a teenager when he over heard from a friend about his dad's role in.
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on KQED Radio
"N. of RO Israel's secret operation to capture **** officer Adolf Eichmann has been re told over and over in books and movies the agents were crowned national heroes in Israel but one key figure remained in the shadows with his own secret to keep it's only come to light in recent years NPR's Daniel Estrin tells the story at the center of this story is an old tarnished needle like for a syringe it's attached to a little metal handle with some leather wrapped around sedan just took out this is silver box out of his briefcase key to Chicago for the Gotham oh wow that's when he didn't okay Iceman needle this was the needles used to sedate Adolf Eichmann the man who oversaw the deportation of Jews to their deaths in the Holocaust after the war Iceman escaped to Argentina agents for the Mossad Israel's version of the CIA tracked him down and captured him in nineteen sixty but they knew they'd have to get in through an airport to a plane they put him in a flight crew uniform and an Israeli doctor drug him that's why the doctor who was with him he need to any to keep him like a buffet former Mossad agent and iPhone expert I've never ever harm like is not sleeping he cannot speak a kennel the scream he cannot he looks very sick the mission succeeded and I can was flown to Israel to stand trial for Holocaust survivors told their stories before the eyes of the world then Iceman was hanged this is the story of the doctor on the Mossad team who injected the sedative and Aikman's arm during the capture he wasn't a spy he was a renowned anesthesiologist doctor Jana Eliane he died several years ago but I met his son Danny.
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Be Baltimore DC airport. Sports. Doesn't have Chuck's picture on it. That's the question. All right. It'd be chuckles chuckles right like loopholes. But with a different picture, it looks like the white version of Harriet, Tubman, you never know. All right. Nice. If I let my beer, go a little darker, I could be US grant you good. It is time for historical headlines today. It's may thirty first last day of the month here on the last day of the week, and we start with the birthday challenge on this Friday may thirty-first, legendary actor Clint Eastwood celebrates a birthday today as does singer Peter, from Peter Paul, and Mary. This is I think I would go with Clint Eastwood. He's almost ninety years old. I believe that. Who'd, you say Chuck Clint Clint is eighty nine Peter's eighty one years of age today. So, yeah. Clint Eastwood, make my day on this day nineteen forty nine this former State Department official and accused spy went on trial in New York charged with perjury. Can you name this individual? When you might teen forty-nine, former State Department official accused spy, no idea. Just one just one person. One person. Jury deadlocked. But he was convicted a second trial. You know, the name soon as Alger hiss algebra, I was thinking very first. Algiers, nineteen sixty two this former Nazi official hanged in Israel a few minutes before midnight, Adolf Eichmann for his role in the he's a lot taller after that was over full cones was stretched out. On this day in two thousand and five breaking silence of thirty years. This former FBI official step forward as deep throat. Yeah. The real deep throat, Mark felt this w martinsville. Yeah. Was talking about him yesterday. And five years ago, the only American soldier held prisoner in Afghanistan freed by the Taliban, Obama exchanged five terrorists for this dude. Bob bird Bill, bergdahl bird or bird crap. Sergeant Bowe bergdahl the deserter as as. Now he's free. Free. He and John Hanke Leear in the stinking rotten read, or a started a call by. Yeah. He's a regular guest at the Obamas residents. There you go. We lost the Republican Senator Cochran yesterday passed away at the age of Eighty-one. He was a very powerful member of the Senate appropriations committee, and we also lost a singer and guitars Leon rib bone. No passed away, as I wanna be subdued. Yeah. Of course, he, they made his Percy was sort of a peripheral figure, but folksinger that kind of thing. But remember, he did the original nineteen eighty-two Budweiser commercial this bud's for you. That was only on red ball. He, he did the appeared art scape in Baltimore many years ago and thousands and thousands of people there to show say you're going to be seduced that was one of these songs I thought you were saying. Carson flag. It already. We got that one. No. Brand new bag. Wanting to be and actually being is two different things. You're right about that. And the NBA finals, the raptors in their first NBA finals series win. Game one. They beat the Golden State Warriors last night, one eighteen to one zero nine first NBA final game one in Canada. Yeah. About that outside the US you know, there was a lot of again, I guess, excitement about the Blue Jays and the maple leaves. They were all excited about them this year the NHL but it's the raptors who are bringing it home for him so far. Yeah. So that was in Toronto and game two is in Toronto that Sunday, dolphin run, Chuck. We'll see in a couple. It five twenty twenty minutes after the hour. We're talking about the president slapping emergency tariffs on Mexico. We'll get into some of the numbers already the Mexican president requesting meeting and a prominent Republican in the Senate. Not happy with the president's tariffs. You're listening to Sean and Frank Maryland's, wakeup call. I'm Andy, if you don't know me. It's probably because I'm not famous, but I did start a men's grooming company called Harry's..
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Expect the turnout will be extremely high lots of issues of play lots of different candidates. This is being characterized as either a vote for the status quo the ministry, inter all some of the opposition parties who have been restricted in that capability in terms of how well they can do in this. This particular election, but nonetheless, they're hoping to get their message across to the voters, and they want change they said they've had enough of the status quo, and they want to form a new fresh government. But of course, we have to say how these voters cast their votes today cruise ship that experienced engine failure off the coast of Norway on Saturday with thirteen hundred people aboard is now making its way to port. It's all over guard reports at hundreds of passengers were evacuated overnight. The seas were too rough to make rescue by boat possible on Saturday. So passengers many of them American and British have been evacuated in small groups by helicopter. Several people are being treated for injuries. But the situation on board is reportedly now under control and the ship is expected to make it to port today. Officials total of three hundred seventy nine passengers have been airlifted to shore and then helicopter evacuations are ongoing. Also Norway's joined rescue center says three of the ships for engines are now working, and we'll have power the ship while it's being towed. And promotion ten. You're listening to NPR news. The second major cyclone in as many days has made landfall in Australia. Cyclone Veronica came ashore early this morning about a thousand miles to the west of where cyclone Trevor hit a remote part of Australia's Northern Territory in southern Africa more than six hundred people are confirmed dead from the cyclone that hit mozambique-zimbabwe umbrella Balawi more than a week ago under its people gathered Saturday in Pittsburgh and support of the family of Antoine. Roseana armed black teenager shot and killed by a white police officer last June the officers acquittal by a jury on Friday prompted a crowd of people to March through downtown. Pittsburgh police say there were no immediate arrests. Israeli spymaster who led the mission to capture Nazi official Adolf Eichmann has died at age ninety two NPR's. Daniel estrin has more from Jerusalem. Rafi a ton was one of the founders of Israel's intelligence services. He was a legendary figure in Israel with shock of white hair and thick black glasses in one thousand nine. Sixty eight ton lead, the Mossad operation to capture on the senior Nazi officer who oversaw the deportation of Jews to their deaths in the holocaust Eichmann fled to Argentina and Mossad agents. Brought him to Israel to stand trial that trial is credited with raising international awareness about the holocaust a ton was the last living Mossad agent from the squad that captured Eichmann in the eighties a ton handled. Jonathan Pollard, a US intelligence analyst who spied for Israel, a major espionage affair that hurt relations between the US and Israel. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called him a hero Daniel estrin NPR news Jerusalem, and I'm trial Snyder in Washington..
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on KGO 810
"Be put to death Carl chessmen case in one thousand nine hundred sixty I will never forget this case. And I I want to just reflect on it. And then I want your calls on governor newsome's action that will take place in just a few hours. He is going to put a moratorium on the death penalty. So I was in sixth grade at Madison slow and the question was should curl chessmen. The executed. And my teacher explained that it was the people of California who were going to put Karl chessmen in the gas chamber. That's what we were told. And therefore when the pellet was dropped at San Quentin. It would be we the people who are dropping the Pellett. We the people of California would be killing Carl chessmen. And I. Had to answer a question. She said how many of you are in favor of the death penalty. And I'll tell you everything the class raised her hand and favor, and I raise my hand against the death penalty. And my teacher looked at me and asked why? And I said because you just said that it was we the people of California who were administering the death penalty. We I would the dropping the Pellett. And I said I want you to know something I could never drop a pellet to take another person's life. And if I couldn't drop the pellet myself. How can I be in favor of the death penalty? One more story. And then I want your comments for one five eight zero eight zero eight ten I'm putting the rest of the stuff aside because this is a big story and every line on this board should be lit. What do you think of what Newsome is doing? But wait, wait. So. Not long after Adolf Eichmann the great Nazi war. Criminal murderer of Jews. Who wants said he would jump laughing into his grave knowing that six million Jews had died. And he was put on trial in Israel Israel, by the way is only use the death penalty once in its history. And that was I and in my class. Mrs Popov's ski never forget MRs Popovski asked a question. Should Adolf Eichmann be put to death and every single kid raised their hand and said, yes. I want you to know what I did. I said, no. And MRs Popov's ski turned to me. And she said, so what would you do John? And I said, I would build a glass cage. In the Jerusalem zoo. And I would put him on display from nine to five every day. Rain, snow, sleet, or hail. Never night. I'd make him watch.
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Who was also a rapist he refused. She refused on that commission to refer to him as a her and she got kicked off. So here's where we are. If you were calling the passion of the Christ the way, they depicted the devil transgendered. Maybe mayo maybe female carrying around in that one scene a baby with the ancients looking decrepit face that the here we have notions of alpha and omega here. This is like if you have a amazing connect the dots picture, and you pain staking, the pay attention to the order of it. And it ends up in a beautiful picture the devil. Here is just like, it's it's just randomly connecting all the dots. No particular order. We're crisis. Neither slave new junior Greek slave nor free. It's just is some bizarro world version of that. And it's a grotesque caricature. That's those depictions of the devil is what this ultimately this letter writer is talking about the devil is is so prideful. He's trying to match God's handiwork and the but to do it through chaos instead of order if you walked into a council held by Adolf Eichmann. And you showed him the birth certificates of all the people at Daqiao. Would he be moved? If you brought if you brought. You know, an actual Jewish person into the room and said, Mr. Aikman are are. You sure you you know, what you're doing? Do you think he'd be moved? I don't think. So if I if I went to a if I went to a slave market one hundred seventy years ago in the south, they didn't know their slaves where people they didn't. They didn't know they were that heartbeats. They they did know they felt pain when they were with them. They couldn't tell that's what you guys are describing and see that's why I was so that's why I've been so I was so prevalent four five six seven eight years ago. And you'll recall me saying this this is why was such a huge advocate of the person at strategy throughout most of my career. And I don't talk about it as much anymore. And the reason why as you heard me say this at the time, we have a limited window to make this case of wind his life began because the other side is soon going to devolve to the point they won't care. Yes care. You guys heard me say. Window right now to make the argument. What is a win does human life begin? Because if we don't win this argument now the other side will devolve to Molex just needs blood. That's that. And we are there right now where we have we have come to that point now where they will not be satiated. There will not be any reasonable argument. This is a death cult. You asked Nancy Pelosi about this. And she goes off on some talking point about Roe versus Wade. That was debated in nineteen seventy eight that's not even relevant to this conversation. It's a death cult. All right. It can't be it can't be a negotiated with. It has to just simply be Radic aided defeated. The only thing that beats about the allergy is a good the allergy this is a theology of death. And and that's what really that's what the tentacles of this are across the board. And so we are reaching the point, you You know. know, these people that are promoting gender dis for you. They are well aware of how human chromosomes work. They understand this. They don't care, and that's why we are becoming more explicitly theological on our show because you reach a point where you attempt to come now and reason together, all right? And then you reach a point where it's like, you know, what man here's we'll make even simpler for y'all Turner burn bro and the clock's ticking. So make choice we are getting. But would be thinking science don't believe in recent just. Yep. That's exactly not met. Yeah. It's not that we think that it's magical let the line out of its cage. Just do it. Hey, let's just try that. Let's just try it. And see what happens when we let the line out of its cage..
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"Jose Mangan a- of Danish Danish now. now. You could just see it adds a little bit more hip movement. Have like a little bit more like gets the Ricardo loud. You know, he's playing Bongos definitely the kind of guy who gets one of those big drinks at TGI Fridays. That has multiple, you know, to straws drinking for one, and maybe you can light on fire a little bit when the tequila is just right? And then he's yeah. I know it's Monday, but a near it's Friday. I know this is a drink full people. But let's say, I'm drinking family tonight. And they're like this guy Jose men Golo then in nineteen fifty nine Mangla father suddenly died back in gunzburg. He's still he's like, oh, it's crazy. And a lot of people thought that Mangla might try to make it back with even the German version of the FBI attending the funeral and hopes of capturing him. But all they found was a wreath with a sash that red Greece said house film. Greetings from afar. Even then he is mysterious in a fucking Nazi about it. Yeah. But Germany wasn't the only country interested in Mangla, although the Americans and the Soviets had pretty much moved on from holocaust. There was still one country. That was holding what you might call a bit of a grudge, Iran. Australia. You're upset Israel awesome. Of course, see one of those amateur Nazi-hunters had managed to locate Adolf Eichmann and had reported this to an official that they trusted in the western government problem was that this official didn't trust anyone else in the government to not tip Aikman off. So this guy Fritz Bauer who was a the west German state of Hesse. He kicked the information over to the Israeli secret service, the massad. Do maybe you guys can do something with this. We could figure out what do I think we live? Ideas. I think. Yeah. And the massad is a whole other basket of fish here that it's got the they do a lot of intention. You could see why they were pretty upset. Maybe some of that the energy would kind of feel them. Yeah. Go get a couple of my understanding if they're if they're kind of happy, it's still not fun. You know, they're they're tents in the massad figured if they were going to get hike men, they might as well grab Mangla to Aikman have been found almost by accident by German Jew living in Argentina named low far Herman and. And they got strong name span. This is big asked me. And in the midst of Lothar search for Aikman loath arts daughter, Sylvia, had started dating German boy, named nNcholas. Okay. I meant oh. That's like Romeo and Juliet kind of war criminals, even though himself had changed his name to Ricardo Klement. His ego would not let the item unnamed die. So his children still had the surname item in. What are you? My name is Ricardo Klement. I'm a pitcher for the Toronto Blue Jays. You don't know. Exactly. You could be a center fielder for the Padres. And these kids they weren't shy about bragging that their father was a big shot in Germany during the war. Fuck up kids. The fuck up. And so the daughter as soon as she found out who she was she flipped, and she was suddenly a spy, but to travel all the way to Argentina for Aikman was going to wipe out most Musaed's budget for that year. So in order to make it really really really worth it. They wanted to scoop up Mangla on the trip as well. These guys don't have airline points. Israel was a new nation. Very I mean, this is nineteen sixty Israel was established in what forty seven somewhere around there somewhere around there. Yeah. And Israel also was trying to not get killed by every other country around them at the time. It was it was a it was an issue that yes, not quite result. Still not quite see it's still contentious area. So on may eleventh nineteen sixty massad agents waited Aikman's bus, stop and waited for him to return from work after a day as an assembly line foreman at the local. Mercedes-benz plant still with the fuck and German-made cars cores, they try to get him..
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Bradley, dean, double E on Facebook Twitter, Bradley, dean, one Bradley, dean, one there's more Pershing's going on across the United States can also jump over on our YouTube Francis, Bradley dean sons of liberty again. Youtube Bradley, dean sons of liberty many of these channels are censoring conservatives more and more in American again. I try to reiterate this point yesterday. But I must do it. Again, you need to understand what is happening here. This is again, this is not only unlawful friends. This is incredible. That the American people just roll over in the face of would big tech companies are doing today. They're censoring you. Why would they do that? Because they want control over you. That's why that's why. I'm going over to Mr. George Washington who would said rightly that if the freedom of speech is taken away then dumb and silent we may be led like sheep to the slaughter. The freedom of speech is taken away than dumb and silent that we may be led like sheep to the slaughter. My goodness. I could get off on this Nazi hunter thing right now. We've been watching some documentaries on Adolf Eichmann war criminal under Hitler Joseph aman-geldy war criminal, and we watch others and how they were hunted down after the damage was done. After the atrocities took place, then the people responded, they didn't listen to the warning signs. Listen to Jeremiah. Only did they learn after they read the book of lamentations, wait a second. The Lord tells us that prevention is better than cure if obeyed concerning his moral law psalm nine thousand nine verse eleven..
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Oh, and this is my unpopular take of the day. I think this is better than the first movie. And I say that even though you know, I'm a bit of a fan of Emily blunt. And she is not in the sequel. But what I love about this movie is it takes it takes the the incident that the first movies about and extrapolates it now into the geopolitical seen the clip we played on fake news or not of the ice director talking about what's coming for anama and then cartels. That's exactly what this movie is about that is the exact plotline of this movie. All right, and the US government unwilling to do what it takes to shut it down. The refrain of media backlash. I'm not making any of this up. Again. This is another movie that if like if like, Bruce Willis like known, and Kelsey grammer and got together, the only conservative in Hollywood that could have gotten this movie made honestly Clint Eastwood because of his built in cash, but the fact that a bunch of Hollywood liberals made this movie it literally is like right out of our blog is the conservative blog is fair. But it's also great performances in this movie are great I highly recommended not enough people saw this when it was out earlier this summer number six on my list is the incredible to it's not as good as the first which I think could very well be the best modern animated film. It's certainly in my top three, but it's still really well done. And this is another film that like it's a ridge inal who's which is fifteen years old. Now can believe it, Mike. It's original overtly conservative of. I mean, it's not there's not like, no, right? All right. This is. This is the face with guys. The the villain of the film is a radical feminist man hater who resents the fact that her benevolent capitalistic successful brother is attempting to bring altruistic hope through superheroes back in two culture. Okay. You've seen it is that not who the villain of the film is and at one point the Erma Bombeck mother character and the feminine and the and the proto feminist egalitarian feminist villainous have an exchange where basically the Erma Bombeck mother. Character says, you know, as a woman, I have a lot of your same complaints. But your solution basically was for me to abandon all of the things I love and cherish in order to address them. And I don't see that as much of a solution. That's the exchange. They've basically have in mid air isn't now there's a couple of money lines at the end of that movie that I really. Josh dropped could not believe even after they did it once fifteen years ago that they unabashedly. Yes. So Brad bird who made the to a movies the incredible movies. If this whole movie thing flames out for you. We got a job for here at the blaze writing for us, brother. The incredible incredible. To are the best conservative blogs I've ever read. Okay. Number five is a movie almost nobody saw. And it's a shame operation finale about the sting operation that the Israeli massad pulled off in order to capture Adolf Eichmann, the brains. If you will behind the final solution, this is sort of a labor of love for Oscar Isaac, the actor who's kind of become a big star in who's Jewish. She basically produced bankrolled and made this movie happen, and I'm having a brain fart. Ben helped me out. The Ben Kingsley. Ben Kingsley as men. And it's almost like, it's just Ben Kingsley. See now. He's gonna be really good. Thank Kansas, bumper on a car. It's like it's like Ashton answered your honor. But you really believe for those of us that weren't alive at this time, or in this era, you really believe this. This is really like having a conversation with Adolf Eichmann in real time. Not enough people saw this movie. It's on demand right now. I would I would highly recommend its number five on my list. Number four on my list is hereditary there are two horror films on my list this year, this is really more of your traditional horror film. And we talked a lot early last year when these movies were out together together, the juxtaposition..
"adolf eichmann" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"Lunches banker's hours. No work in every third Friday, and it's called three identical strangers three three gentle strangers actual show. It was a it was a documentary, and it showed how these groups this. This one Dopp agency broke up twins and triplets. They didn't identify the families. And they followed them to see what how nature or nurture. The nature versus they have three twins, right? Three male twins. And they go give one to the blue collar family give one of the middle class family and give one to the upper educated family, and then we'll kind of fall, and we'll see how their environment affects them in terms of how they turn out very Adolf Eichmann in. Yes. And a lot of people are sort of up in arms about looting. The guy told me watch it. Ecorse, I said, well, obviously, none of this would happen. If the mom didn't get knocked up, and rob the kids off to be adopted. Like, here's the thing. You snatch the kids from the cradle. And I'm with you right on the whole eugenics thing and Hitler and everything. But first things first you somebody had kids and went and drop them off somewhere and said, I don't want it right at the local fire station. That point now we've knocked over the first domino in my feeling with all crimes of any kind. Which is always who knocked over the first domino. Right. Who was tussling with the cops who was tussling with the security who was stealing something. Who was it's my thing of like, hey jumped over my neighbor's fence all I wanna do with feel Sabaki any shot any shot. And it's like, okay. But you jumped overspreads stolen Sabaki. Yeah. But I didn't deserve to be shot. Understood. But you understand if you knocked over the first domino. Domino, just falls in lions and nothing happens or it knocks over thousands of the way, by the way being on the for loyal listeners. They'll notice the law actually works that way when it's the prosecutor because the prosecutor could always argue reasonable and foreseeable consequences. So if you're trespassing, for instance, and then this Parada horrible takes place. Well, you're the one who knocked over the first mino- causation for right? So my look at two things I always look at who started it, and I guess whoever shoplifted or whoever wrestled or ever tussled with security, and you can say, well, the security was outta line or this or that whatever you're talking guy. Just packed his whole family through to airports. Believe me. I know how bad security can be you have to respect that. They are security. They're going to say things that are unreasonable, and it doesn't. Matter you must comply now if they start beating on you can defend yourself, but you must comply. We have a breakdown of rule of law. And I'm not just this isn't pops Corolla speaking, this is just a guy who's been observing. What's going on over the last few years in this country? The the there is no authority anymore. There used to be a hierarchy in every aspect of life. It used to be if I owned the building, and it's my company, I get to be the boss and I get treated differently than than an underling. No such luck. We've all it's all just become an equal plane. It's part and parcel of a much bigger sort of socio dynamic whatever going on which is poor people are heroes. Rich, people are evil cops are bad homeless or noble. Well, of course, it's going to break down the rally is this. There needs to be a hierarchy a rule of law. If a cop pulls you over you comply, if a security guard tells you do something whether it's a stewardess on an airplane tells you something you do it. Now file a complaint later, get the services. Mark arrogance later, do what everyone later at that particular time do it and to encourage people to do anything other than that is putting people in danger. I I've said it a zillion times to clients either before or after you're not going to I with cops with cops. They've got the Baginda gun there in the street. You're not gonna win you're not gonna win. But guess what? Later on you get into a courtroom. They're bachelor gun generally as long as you got a jury around. You can you can wreak some havoc and you can get some Justice. But you gotta understand who your audience is..
Box Office: ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Heads for Huge Labor Day Weekend
"House still making. Bank at the box office another, lucrative weekend for crazy rich Asians told me that you're like principally Asia that's ridiculous entrepot higher the. Romantic comedy tops for, the weekend box office for the third time in. A row with an estimated twenty two. Million dollars in second place Thought to have been extinct. Over two million years wrong the shark flick the Meg with ten and a, half million mission impossible fallout was third then the Nazi war crime. Film operation finale in its, debut Adolf Eichmann the architect of the final solution. The computer. Screen mysteries, searching rounds out the top five FOX's Pat O'Neil the numbers will be updated later to include labour day