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WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Why not clear your head and hit the ice? Wolman rink was packed by lots of people who haven't read the fine print the Trump Organization. Woman is one of two drinks at the carousel in central Park that are owned by the city but operated by the Trump Organization. In fact, it's a point of pride for the president and back in 1986. He refurbished and reopened this city jewels, but any goodwill over that has all melted away goodbye to the Trump Organization. Mayor De Blasio announced the city will terminate its contract with the Trump Organization and marriage. Blasio's saying the city is acting under a clause that allows the termination of contracts. In the event of criminal activity. It's now 5 52, Virginia police officers among those now under arrest for last week's attack at the Capitol, also the man seen in a viral video wearing a camp Auschwitz shirt. Now in custody as well. The end of it era for the U. S attorney in Massachusetts WBC's Karen Regal, Looking forward and back with Andrew Lewellen at an unrelated news conference. I asked us Attorney Andrew Lulling about his future. Are you asking is the Biden administration and fireman to be blunt? Yeah, I will be leaving this position. I'm job hunting. Now New administration comes in the president is entitled to his own appointees to his own people. I asked Lilly what he's proudest of during his stint as U. S attorney from Massachusetts, you can probably guess of the college admissions case is rare. They the opportunity to do a case that has national impact. Everyone's heard of it. You've really moved the needle with a particular industry, and it'll have some lasting effect. I feel like we've done some lasting good With that case, Lily would not speculate on the future run for office. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio. It has been one of the names Many are speculating as a potential run for governor in the next year in this 5 51 on this Thursday morning, checking.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 9 months ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Trump fan she sort of time in the military on She's passionate about everything particular Donald Trump for some reason, Capitol Police are now investigating the shooting. Alex Stone, ABC NEWS, LOS Angeles Three other people died of some sort of health emergency. We don't really have details on that just yet. Officials say three other people died of these health emergencies during the riots, and also tonight we have learned that a Capitol police officer has died from injuries sustained during that attack. 7 49 Let's get back to D. C Tonight. We're law enforcement are scouring photos and cameras and surveillance. They're trying to track down exactly who it was that was crashing through those security barriers to carry out the violent riot Mayor Mariel Bowser says. This event shows the inconsistencies of the federal response. The mayor says she's frustrated that she did. Don't have the authority herself to call in the National Guard as the capital sits on federal property, the Capitol, the White House and other federal installations in the district have their own police departments in the United States Capitol police and we cannot decide for the capital, the members of Congress. That we are going to be there Police department when it comes to prosecuting those responsible, U. S attorney Andrew Lulling says anybody from Massachusetts who traveled down to D C to take part in this well when they get back, they'll be facing charges they will be prosecuted. Statement. Welling says the events in Washington were criminal and shocking, He says the Constitution does not protect violent assault on government institutions. Of course, we've had lots of reaction pouring in about the events of the capital, including from several here in the Bay State. Former Army major Mike Lyons was not only stunned but alarmed by yesterday's events, and he thinks security personnel across the country of feeling the same this morning. You know, we're 20 years after 9 11 and that level of attack could take place in our capital, really a very tremendous red flag and for this combat veteran who has put His life on the line and some very ugly battles. Mike Lyons tries to explain what watching the U S Capitol being stormed was like tremendously disappointing and I'm not one that just, you know, says you know, I'm a veteran. I deserve Maura Maura outrage. But you know, just very disappointing to see a lot of that going around today. Germany Holland WBZ, Boston's news radio and at 7 50. Before we check traffic we've learned Neil Sheehan. Man you got the Pentagon papers for The New York Times has died. The government for the first time in U. S history, got a judge to block public. A publication of an article on the grounds of National Security of The Washington Post and other papers started to publish those papers until they too were blocked. Supreme Court soon overturning, overturning that lower court order the Times winning a Pulitzer for public service, of course, back in the day she and died at his home in Washington at the age of 84. His wife says it was from complications of Parkinson's.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Outbreaks. Over in Washington today, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling the problems at the USPS, a health issue. She spoke about this on MSNBC and Times of pandemic, the worst possible time for the post office to be cutting back and, of course, the health of our democracy at risk. Pelosi, accusing the GOP of trying to scare people into not voting with fake claims about mail in ballots. House speaker says the Postal Service has to be properly funded to handle the expected flood of mail in ballots before November. Now, the Justice Department today is weighing in on the absentee ballot case in the state's highest court. This brief is part of the DOJ is ongoing efforts to enforce the uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act. He was U. S attorney Andrew Lulling, saying he's committed to protecting the rights of those serving our countries. And those citizens living overseas as well. And he says that includes making sure their votes are counted and their voices heard. A congressional candidate from Newton Becky Grossman, says she wants to extend the deadline for counting mailed in primary ballots. Well, yes, it is night. Two of the RNC Tonight's theme. Land of Opportunity Preview now from CBS is Skyler Henry. Day Two of the Republican National Convention is expected to feature another appearance by President Trump as well A speeches from the first lady Melania Trump and two of his Children. President Trump will formally accept his party's nomination in a speech from the White House Thursday night, and White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow saying It is crazy in his words for Democrat Joe Biden to propose a tax increase. Biden telling ABC he would raise taxes on those making more than 400 grand a year, a couple o telling Fox News. The plan doesn't add up. Why do you want to pick the pockets of taxpayers in order to support unbelievable dreams of government spending cut low, says President Trump doesn't want to raise anybody's taxes. Speaking of taxes. This coming weekend here in Massachusetts is our annual sales tax holiday. John Hearst, the president of the State's Retailers Association, speaking today in Belmont, with the governor. He said. Today is or this weekend. Rather is going to be the Commonwealth's 14th tax free weekend works because every minds are consumers that they need to shop locally and incense. Our consumers to.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nonprofit goodwill uses your purchases to fund job training and more in our neighborhoods learn more goodwill dot org's Mostly clear sky 68. Degrees. Steve Perez, the BBC traffic on the threes. Here's the four day W B Z AC UA the forecast early on this Friday morning. It will be mostly clear those between 60 and 65. Becoming warmer later today with son but not all that human high 87 in Boston and many Western suburbs. It'll be in the low eighties near the beaches mostly clear tonight Low 69 tomorrow, son, mixing with clouds will feel hot and humid in the afternoon highs between 80 For 90, However, it'll be in the lower eighties near the beaches human on Sunday with a thunderstorm possible high 86. Hello Mackie. Weather meteorologist. Cur Bobinsky W. B z Boston's news Radio. Good morning. I'm done half here's what's happening. Attorney General William Bar tells The Associated Press the Justice Department will seek to reinstate the death sentence of Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The Ape's Mike Russia has more. In July, a three judge panel of the first U. S Circuit Court tossed Tsarnaev's death sentence and ordered a new trial to determine whether he should be executed for the 2013 attack. The panel found. The judge who oversaw the 2015 trial did not adequately question potential jurors about what they had read or heard about the case. Tsarnaev and his older brother, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, carried out the attack that killed three people and wounded 260. Others. The older brother died after a gunfight with police and being run over by his brother as he fled Mike Grazia Washington U. S attorney for Massachusetts. Andrew Lulling says the Justice Department.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Elliot Francis. The two actresses caught up in the college admissions bribery scandal or due in federal court today. Steve Kastenbaum us at the courthouse in Boston Laurie Lachlan at her husband moss emoji. Newly took a private jet to get to Boston fans stopped lock outside our hotel for autographs and photos weeks ago. US attorney Andrew Lulling said the people indicted could've afforded to give their children every advantage. But instead, they broke the law. We're talking about deception and fraud Lachlan and g newly are accused of paying half a million dollars to have their daughters. Recruited as row team athletes. Bhai USC even though they didn't participate in crew. Actress Felicity Huffman, allegedly paid fifteen thousand dollars to have someone. Correct her daughters. Wrong answers on the SAT. Steve Kastenbaum at federal court. In Bazi mother of Michael Brown was defeated Tuesday. In her bid for a seat on the city council in Ferguson, Missouri. Expanding finished third in a three way race and Ferguson's third ward with win awards. Frank griffin. Recall expanding son died in a police shooting that helped give rise to the black lives matter movement. A former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot has won the Chicago. Mayors rice becoming the first black woman an openly gay person fully the city speaking to supporters overnight fifty six year old vowed to keep her promise of improving the city. We started this journey eleven months ago. Nobody gave us much of a chance. We're up against powerful interest a powerful machine and a powerful mayor. But I remember something Martin Luther King said when I was very young. Faith. He said is taking the first step. When you can't see the staircase is looking for another brings it to lay made the announcement after the e us chief negotiator warned that the UK is on the verge of a chaotic and constantly exit.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:11 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eight six six ninety redeye. He's earned Hurley, I'm Gary McNamara in the news this morning. The parents charged today despite already being able to give their children every legitimate advantage in college admissions game instead shows to corrupt illegally manipulate the system for their benefit. We're not talking about donating a building. So that a school's more likely to take your son or daughter, we're talking about deception and fraud fake test scores fake athletic credentials, fake, photographs bribed college officials. Wow, that's federal prosecutor Andrew Lulling yesterday. Talking about the federal indictment. That is accused dozens of wealthy. Parents college coaches and college prep executives in Asian wide college admissions scam. The US attorney Andrew Lulling says parents who included actresses, Felicity Huffman and Lori Laughlin cheated to get their kids into prestigious schools. What a. Mind boggling story, this is from a variety of different angles. Eric first off the fact that Felicity Huffman is married to William Macy. And William Macy was in the courtroom. And I did notice it. Many many in the media said the actor in shameless. Where he plays a con, man. And then again, arrested to be clear. He wasn't right. He he wasn't arrested. Even though he was involved in setting up a lot. He was not actually arrested now Laurie Lachlan's husband. He was million dollar bond for for him. William Macy was not even though he was part of the conversations that were actually a going out. Apparently, according to some of the indictments, but he was in the courtroom. He was taking notes, and when a Fox News reporter as to be would like to comment, he said, no. That in itself just to see William AC in a courtroom in this type of situation, I would have paid money to see. And you know, it's the question is. How far does this go? How big of a problem is this how widespread? Because there are plenty of people with money, and they have names that you would know. I mean that in fact is the case with some of those according to the authorities that were involved here. But. Any? Well. Okay. Now, take it to the level of right apparent was willing to put twenty five thousand dollars on credit cards. In order to get their child special access. The point being is that if it was this involved went according to the authorities. This went from two thousand eleven all the way up until just last month. Then if if it was this widespread that means there was that kind of market and demand for it. In other words, if you've got enough money, you can get your kid in school, and you don't have to donate a library or something to do it. So I wonder how far this how widespread this problem is? Now authorities have not responded as to why William Macy was was not arrested. The documents stated that a cooperating witness met with Huffman and her husband actor William Macy at their Los Angeles, home and explain to them that he controlled a testing center and could have someone secretly change their daughters answers, the person told investigators a couple agreed to the plan. The judge asked Huffman, I'm not asking you to admit or deny the charges against you. But you understand what the government claims you. Did she replied, yes? When you see that because that was the specific charge against them. Lori lachlan's. That was that was mind boggling itself because what they did was they wanted to and they paid five hundred thousand dollars. To pretend that their kids were in crew that their daughters were in the. Crew rowing, whatever you wanna call it. When they weren't in order to get them into college. And I believe they paid was a five hundred thousand wasn't. Yeah. Huffman paid fifteen thousand dollars, which he disguises a charitable donation. People have already said, well, they're going to get is the IRS going to get her look if the feds are involved in it if they put that as a charitable donation, the IRS will get them for it. Believe me federal prosecutors in a case like this. I guarantee you they dot every I and cross every t. Been interesting when you've had federal prosecutors talk about if they're found guilty, what kind of jail time will they get. Well. Profile case, they spent a lot of resources cases each of them. But they spend a lot of resources. You can imagine a prosecutor that is looking to make an example out of celebrities fan rich people in general, right because people in general, they were just the two people that, you know, right? There was a guy what heads a law firm. He was a chairman of a high profile law firm, and he according to the allegations he donated four hundred thousand dollars to a bogus charity. And that money was funneled to the then head coach of the of tennis there at Georgetown. Again, according to the allegations. But look at the amounts of money. I mean. There is unless you're delivering it in a duffel bag leaving it under a bridge somewhere. There's a chain of events involving a number of people in order to make that happen. How you believe you're gonna get away with it? That's arrogance that I just can't imagine that stupidity. It goes beyond era. That's you know, a lorry. Lachmann husband one million dollar bond for Felicity Huffman. It was two hundred fifty but they said the money the amount of money actually increases the seriousness of the crime. And because Felicity Huffman was only fifteen thousand and Laurie Lachlan's and her husband was five hundred thousand that they would probably end up doing more time. But the coaches that were involved in this or the testing centers or the consultant or the people that actually gave the SAT's and by the way, they said that a lot of these parents actually got notes from therapist stating that their children needed to take the SAT or the ACT privately with a Proctor because. Of whatever affliction they had and those proctors are the ones that cheated. And then change the answers to ensure that the students got a higher SAT or an ACT on it. Now, many of those coaches and proctors and whoever was involved in it the guy who had the one consulting company. They've all been charged with racketeering. And you could have multicultural racketeering that could be very serious jail time. We were reading Dan Abrahams law and crime, and one of the former prosecutors were saying that for example, that those crimes were much more serious racketeering charges. But they still said that. Laughlin if she decided to go to court and was found guilty on it could get, you know, over forty months in prison, and because of it. Yeah. So you're talking three to four years of a of a prison sentence, and maybe two to three years, even if she came to some kind of deal on it. Yeah. And eighteen to twenty four months for Felicity. A Felicity Huffman, she could possibly get. Mhm? I and I also wonder too. What what they are? Investigators are looking at in terms of the schools involved. And the. And how this was put together, right? Who who in what position? Would have created the opportunity for this kind of crime that situation because when you when you talk at the same thing, how do you how do you get to the point of even dealing with these people are finding out that they exist because at least in one case you had someone asking. One of those accused that was asking the person that was celebrating this. What does the school think about it? And the response was no school doesn't know school. Doesn't know. And so. You don't it's if but if there is a tremendous opportunity, these huge gaps holes where individuals can do this. They have that kind of influence. Then you can bet that especially when it comes to federal money going to universities. There's likely to be some kind of other move on the university level, and that is to ensure that there is a process some kind of oversight. And maybe even changing the process of how how students. Get on board. And and by what recommendation? You know, you, and I were talking about the whole scholarship thing that involves something very different. And a number of people are involved when it comes to write those types of scholarships and this wasn't about scholarships. But the point being is that there's a great number of people involved a group of people involved in determining who is going to qualify for those scholarships. So when it when it comes to getting access to those schools someone being getting accepted to that school, and you have one or two people making that decision. That's not a small thing. I mean, there's a reason they paid that kind of money according to the allegations. Anyway, there was a reason they were willing to pay that kind of money the prestige. But we're that were that exists then there is an opportunity for a black market, which is essentially what you're seeing here approach to to a solution. Well, you ask the question of we just touched the surface. On this. Another question. I guess is. When you see that William Macy, the actor was actually involved with his wife on setting the whole thing up. There is a question as to why she was arrested, and he was not. And I think federal prosecutors will eventually answer that question. Well, I read where a number of experts were were commenting on that. And and basically comes down to culpability what you have. That's that really brings him into the actual crime. Was it just a series of questions and conversations? Did he write a check did shave write the check? Right. And she transferred the money were they asking questions or were they saying, hey, we want to do this. And we know it's illegal. So we'd like you to help us through this. There's a difference. Because one's harder to prove that there is a conspiracy or they were conspiring to do something and the other one is pretty clear that they're conspiring to do something illegal. It'd just be interesting to see it. What the federal prosecutors actually say. Because if they were both talking to the person, and they both had knowledge of it. If they never charged him. They likely won't say anything about why they didn't. Well, the guess reporters will ask the question. Oh, be interesting to see if somebody eventually asked that question. Whether it's on a news show vibe years from now, what will that response be as to why they went after her what makes her culpable of the crime and not him. If he knew about it and was involved in the conspiracy. Is that that she wrote the check the actual check because.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

13:58 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Six ninety redeye. Eric Harley I'm Gary McNamara in the news this morning. The parents charged today despite already being able to give their children every legitimate advantage in college admissions game instead shows to corrupts and legally manipulate the system for their benefit. We're not talking about donating a building. So that the schools more likely to take your son or daughter, we're talking about deception and fraud fake test scores fake athletic credentials, fake, photographs bribed college officials. Well, that's federal prosecutor Andrew Lulling yesterday talking about the federal indictment that has accused dozens of wealthy. Parents college coaches and college prep executives in a nationwide college admissions scam. The US attorney Andrew Lulling says parents who included actresses, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Laughlin cheated to get their kids into prestigious schools. What a. Mind boggling story, this is from a variety of different angles. Eric first off the fact that Felicity Huffman is married to William Macy in William Macy was in the courtroom. And I did notice it. Many many in the media said the actor in shameless. Where he plays a con, man. And then again to be clear, he wasn't right. He he wasn't arrested. Even though he was involved in setting up a lot. He was not actually arrested now Laurie Lachlan's husband. He was million dollar bond for for him. William Macy was not even though he was part of the conversations that were actually a going out. Apparently, according to some of the indictments, but he was in the courtroom. He was taking notes, and when a Fox News reporter asked if you would like to comment, he said, no. That in itself just to see William Macy in a courtroom in this type of situation, I would have paid money to see. And you know, it's the question is. How far does this go? How big of a problem is this how widespread? Because there are plenty of people with money, and they have names that you would know. I mean that in fact is the case with some of those Gordon view authorities that were involved here. But. Any? Well. Okay. Now, take it to the level of. All right. Apparent was willing to put twenty five thousand dollars on credit cards. In order to get their child special access. The point being is that if it was this involved it went according to the authorities. This went from two thousand eleven all the way up until just last month. Then if if it was this widespread that means there was that kind of market and demand for it. In other words, if you've got enough money, you can get your kid in school, and you don't have to donate a library or something to do it. So I I do wonder how far this how widespread this problem is. Now authorities had not responded as to why William Macy was was not arrested. Right. The documents stated that a cooperating witness met with Huffman and her husband actor William Macy at their Los Angeles, home and explain to them that he controlled a testing center and could have someone secretly change their daughters answers, the person told investigators a couple agreed to the plan. The judge asked Huffman, I'm not asking you to admit or denied the charges against you. But you understand what the government claims you. Did she replied, yes? When you see that because that was the specific charge against them. Lori lachlan's. That was that was mind boggling itself because what they did was they wanted to and they paid five hundred thousand dollars. To pretend that their kids were in crew that their daughters were in, you know, the for rowing whatever you wanna call it. When they weren't in order to get them into college. And I believe they paid was a five hundred thousand wasn't. Yeah. Huffman paid fifteen thousand dollars, which he disguises they charitable donation. Few people have already said, well, they're going to get is the IRS going to get her. Look if the feds were involved in it, if they put that as a terrible donation, the IRS will get them for it. Believe me federal prosecutors in a case like this. I guarantee you they dot every I and cross every t. Been interesting when you've had federal prosecutors talk about if they're found guilty, what kind of jail time will they get. Well, were profile case, they spent a lot of resources cases each of them. But they spend a lot of resources. You can imagine a prosecutor that is looking to make an example out of celebrities and rich people in general, right because people in general, they were just two people that, you know, right? There was a guy heads a law firm. He was chairman of a of a high profile law firm, and he according to the allegations he donated four hundred thousand dollars to a bogus charity. And that money was filed of funneled to the then head coach of the of tennis there at Georgetown. Again, according to the allegations. But look at the amounts of money. I mean. There is unless you're delivering it in a duffel bag leaving it under a bridge somewhere. There's a chain of events involving a number of people in order to make that happen. How is it that you believe you're gonna get away with it? That's arrogance that I just can't imagine that stupidity. It goes beyond era. That's well. You know, Laurie Lachlan's husband one million dollar bond for Felicity Huffman. It was two hundred fifty but they said the money the amount of money actually increases the seriousness of the crime. And because Felicity Huffman was only fifteen thousand and Laurie Lachlan's and her husband was five hundred thousand that they would probably end up doing more time. But the coaches that were involved in this or the testing centers or the consultant or the people that actually gave the SAT's and by the way, they said that a lot of these parents actually got notes from therapist stating that their children needed to take the SAT or the ACT privately with a Proctor because of whatever affliction they had. And those proctors were the ones that cheated. And then change the answers to ensure that these students got a higher SAT or an ACT audit. Now, many of those coaches and Proctor and whoever was involved in it the guy who had the one consulting company. They've all been charged with racketeering. And you could have multicolored racketeering that could be very serious jail time, we were reading Dan Abrahams law and crime, and one of the former prosecutors were saying that for example, that those crimes were much more serious racketeering charges. But they still said that. Laughlin if she decided to go to court and was found guilty on it could get over forty months in prison because of it. Yeah. So you're talking three to four years of a of a prison sentence, and maybe two to three years, even if she came to some kind of deal on it. Yeah. And eighteen to twenty four months. Four Felicity, Felicity Huffman, she could possibly get. Yeah. I am. And I also wonder too. What what they are? Investigators are looking at in terms of the schools involved. And the. And how this was put together, right? Who who in what position? Would have created the opportunity for this kind of crime that situation because when you when you get the same thing, how do you how do you get to the point of even dealing with these people are finding out that they exist because at least in one case you had someone asking. One of those accused that was asking the person that was facilitating this what does the school think about it? And the response was no school doesn't don't school. Doesn't know. And so. You don't it's if but if there is a tremendous opportunity, these huge gaps holes where individuals can do this. They have that kind of influence. Then you can bet that especially when it comes to federal money going to universities. There's likely to be some kind of other move on the university level, and that is to ensure that there was a process some kind of oversight. And maybe even changing the process of how how students. Get on board. And and by what recommendation? You know, you, and I were talking about the whole scholarship thing that involves something very different. And a number of people are involved when it comes to write those types scholarships and this wasn't about scholarships. But the point being is that there's a great number of people involved a group of people involved in determining who is going to qualify for those scholarships. So when it when it comes to getting access to those schools someone being getting accepted to that school, and you have one or two people making that decision. That's not a small thing. I mean, there's a reason they paid that kind of money according to the allegations. Anyway, there was a reason they were willing to pay that kind of money the prestige. But we're that were that exists then there is an opportunity for a black market, which is essentially what you're seeing here approach to to a solution. You ask the question of we just touched the surface. On this. Another question. I guess is. When you see that William Macy, the actor was actually involved with his wife unsettling, the whole thing up. There is a question as to why she was arrested, and he was not. And I think federal prosecutors will eventually answer that question. Well, I read where a number of experts were were commenting on that. And and basically comes down to culpability. What do you have this that really brings him in to the actual crime was just a series of questions and conversations? Did he write a check did shake write the check? Right. She transfer the money were they asking questions or were they saying, hey, we want to do this. And we know it's illegal. So we'd like you to help us through this. There's a difference because one's harder to prove that there is a conspiracy or they were conspiring to do something. And the other one's pretty clear that they're conspiring to do something illegal. It'll just be interesting to see it. What the federal prosecutors actually say. Because if they were both talking to the person, and they both had knowledge of it. If they never charge they likely won't say anything about why they didn't. Well, the bagasse reporters will ask the question. It'll be interesting to see if somebody eventually asked that question, whether it's on a news show vibe years from now, what will that response be as to why they went after her what makes her culpable of the crime and not him. If he knew about it and was involved in the conspiracy is that she wrote the check the actual check because that. She's charged with what fraud and mail fraud is part of it. Yeah. So if you send. What's what's interesting? She Huffman and her spouse, although it doesn't name him our spouses in in an quotations May Day, also in quotations purported charitable donation. A fifteen thousand to the key worldwide foundation. A Newport Beach, California based charitable organization in February of last year twenty eight hundred according to the affidavit the contribution was made to quote participate.

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 Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman may initially have a rough road in Hollywood after cheating scheme

Red Eye Radio

13:17 min | 2 years ago

Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman may initially have a rough road in Hollywood after cheating scheme

"The parents charged today despite already being able to give their children every legitimate advantage in college admissions game instead chose to corrupt illegally manipulate the system for their benefit. We're not talking about donating the building. So that a schools more likely to take your son or daughter, we're talking about deception and fraud fake test scores fake athletic credentials, fake, photographs bribed college officials. Well, that's federal prosecutor Andrew. Lulling yesterday talking about the federal indictment that has accused dozens of wealthy. Parents college coaches in college prep executives in a nationwide college admissions scam. The US attorney Andrew says parents who included actresses the liberty Huffman and Lori Laughlin cheated to get their kids into prestigious schools. What a. Mind boggling story, this is for a variety of different angles. Eric first off the fact that Felicity Huffman is married to William Macy. And William Macy was in the courtroom. And I did notice it. Many many in the media said the actor in shameless. Yeah. Where he plays a con, man. And then again to be clear, he wasn't right. He he wasn't arrested. Even though he was involved in setting up a lot. He was not actually arrested now Laurie Lachlan's husband. He was million dollar bond for for him. William Macy was not even though he was part of the conversations that were actually a going out. Apparently, according to some of the indictments, but he was in the courtroom. He was taking notes, and when a Fox News reporter asked if you would like to comment, he said, no. That in itself just to see William Macy in a courtroom in this type of situation, I would have paid money to see. And you know, it's the question is. How far does this go? How big of a problem is this how widespread? Because there are plenty of people with money, and they have names that you would know. I mean that in fact is the case with some of those according to you that were involved here. But. Any? Well. Okay. Now, take it to the level of apparent was willing to put twenty five thousand dollars on credit cards. In order to get their child special access. The point being is that if it was this involved went according to the authorities. This went from two thousand eleven all the way up until just last month. Then if if it was this widespread that means there was that kind of market and demand for it. Now the words if you've got enough money, you can get your kid in the school, and you don't have to donate a library or something to do it. So I I do wonder how far this how widespread this problem is. Now authorities had not responded as to why William Macy was was not arrested. The documents stated that a cooperating witness met with Huffman and her husband actor William Macy at their Los Angeles, home and explain to them that he controlled a testing center and could have someone secretly change their daughters answers, the person told investigators a couple of greed to the plan. The judge has Tuchman. I'm not asking you to admit or deny the charges against you. But you understand what the government claims you. Did she replied, yes? When you see that because that was the specific charge against them. Lori lachlan's. Kid that was that was mind boggling itself because what they did was they wanted to and they paid five hundred thousand dollars. To pretend that their kids were in crew that their daughters were in the. For rowing, whatever you wanna call it. When they weren't in order to get them into college. And I believe they paid was a five hundred thousand wasn't. Yeah. Up in paid fifteen thousand dollars, which you've disguises they will donation people have already said, well, they're going to get is going to get her. Look if the feds were involved in it if they put that as a charitable donation, the IRS will get them for it. Believe me federal prosecutors in a case like this. I guarantee you they dot every I and cross every t. Been interesting when you've had federal prosecutors talk about if they're found guilty, what kind of jail time will they get. Well. Profile case, they spent a lot of resources cases each of them. But they spend a lot of resources. You can imagine a prosecutor that is looking to make an example out of celebrities and rich people in general, right because people in general, they were just a two people that, you know, right? There was a guy what heads a law firm. He was a chairman of a of a high profile law firm, and he according to the allegations he donated four hundred thousand dollars to a bogus charity. And that money was file of funneled to the then head coach of the of tennis there at Georgetown. Again, according to the allegations, but look at the amounts of money. I mean there is unless you're delivering it in a duffel bag leaving it under a bridge somewhere. There's a chain of events involving a number of people in order to make that happen. How is it that you believe you're gonna get away with it? I that's ever that. I just can't imagine that stupidity. It goes beyond era. That's where you know lorry. Lachlan's husband one million dollar bond for Felicity Huffman. It was two hundred fifty but they said the money the amount of money actually increases the seriousness of the crime. And because Felicity Huffman was only fifteen thousand and Laurie a Lachlan's and her husband was five hundred thousand that they would probably end up doing more time. But the coaches that were involved in this or the testing centers or the consultant or the people that actually gave the SAT's and by the way, they said that a lot of these parents actually got notes from therapist stating that their children needed to take the SAT or the ACT privately with a Proctor because of whatever affliction they had. And those proctors were the ones that cheated. And then change the answers to ensure that these students got a higher SAT or an ACT on it. Now, many of those coaches and Proctor and whoever was involved in it the guy who had the one consulting company. They've all been charged with racketeering. And you could have multi bracket tearing that could be very serious jail time, we were reading Dan Abrahams law and crime, and one of the former prosecutors were saying that for example, that those crimes were much more serious racketeering charges. But they still said that Laughlin if she decided to go to court and was found guilty on it could get over forty months in prison because of it. Yeah. So you're talking three to four years of a of a prison sentence, and maybe two to three years, even if she came to some kind of deal on it. Yeah. Eighteen to twenty four months for Felicity of Felicity Huffman, she could possibly get. Yeah. I am. And I also wonder too. What what they are? Investigators are looking at in terms of the schools involved. And the and how this was put together, right? Who who in what position? Would have created the opportunity for this kind of crime that situation because when you when you get the same thing, how do you how do you get to the point of even dealing with these people are finding out that they exist because at least in one case you had someone asking. One of those accused that was asking the person that was facilitating this what does the school think about it? And the response was no school has don't school doesn't know. And so you don't it's if but if there is a tremendous opportunity, these huge gaps holes where individuals can do this. They have that kind of influence. Then you can bet that especially when it comes to federal money going to universities. There's likely to be some kind of other move on the university level, and that is to ensure that there is a process some kind of oversight. And maybe even changing the process of how how students. Get on board. And and by what recommendation? You know, you, and I were talking about the whole scholarship thing that involves something very different. And a number of people are involved when it comes to write those types of scholarships and this wasn't about scholarships. But the point being is that there's a great number of people involved a group of people involved in determining who is going to qualify for those scholarships. So when it when it comes to getting access to those schools someone being getting accepted to that school, and you have one or two people making that decision. That's not a small thing. I mean, there's a reason they paid that kind of money according to the allegations. Anyway, there was a reason they were willing to pay that kind of money the prestige. But where that were that exists then there is an opportunity for a black market, which is essentially what you're seeing here approach to to a solution. Well, you asked the question of we just touched the surface. On this. Another question. I guess is. When you see that William Macy, the actor was actually involved with his wife on setting the whole thing up. There is a question as to why she was arrested, and he was not. And I think federal prosecutors will eventually answer that question. Well, I I read where a number of experts were were commenting on that. And and basically comes down to culpability what you have. That's that really brings him into the actual crime. I was just a series of questions and conversations. Did he write a check did shake write the check? Right. She transfer the money were they asking questions or were they saying, hey, we want to do this. And we know it's illegal. So we'd like you to help us to this. There's a difference because one's harder to prove that there is a conspiracy or they were conspiring to do something and the other one is pretty clear that they're conspiring to do something illegal. It'd just be interesting to see it. What the federal prosecutors actually say. Because if they were both talking to the person, and they both had knowledge of it. If they never charge have they likely won't say anything about why they didn't. Well, the I guess reporters will ask the question be interesting to see if somebody eventually asked that question, whether it's on a new show vibe years from now, what will that response be as to why they went after her what makes her culpable of the crime and not him. If he knew about it and was involved in the conspiracy is it that she wrote the check the actual check because that. She's charged with what fraud and mail fraud is part of it. Yeah. So if you set.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Aw. Special report new-zealand shootings. I'm Elliot Francis. Prime minister Justin to Arden says forty people have been killed in an attack at mosques in the city of Christ Church for people have been detained one is Australian aren't says the entire city remains on lockdown joint intelligence group has been deployed and police are putting all of theory sources into this situation. The defence force apparently transporting additional police staff the region. National security threat level has been lifted from low to high shooter reportedly stream the massacre live over YouTube since been removed from service correspondent Anna Coren watch the playback and describes what she saw. I've watched that seventeen minute video that gunman. He streamed live on Facebook, and is one of the most horrendous things that I've ever seen police say they diffused a number of improvised explosive devices in the area. I'm Elliot Francis. A class action lawsuit has been filed by college students angry over the college admissions cheating scandal. Jim Rupe tells more it all stems from what many call and what US attorney Andrew Lulling suggests is among the worst part of the scandal for every student admitted through fraud. An honest genuinely talented student was rejected Stanford students Erica Olsen whose first choice was Yale and Kayla woods whose first choice was USC claiming the federal complaint that their degrees are devalued potential players may question the validity of their admittance. They both claim there were stellar students and athletes yet rejected from their top choices. The lawsuit Dame's all the university's. William Rick singer, his businesses at a seeking specify damages. Jim Roope, Los Angeles lawmakers in the UK have voted in favor of delaying the brakes at process that knowledge that more time is needed to break. The deadlock over Britain's departure from the EU. However, they decisively rejected a call or second Brexit referendum. I'm Elliot Francis..

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"He could get their children into the these elite schools for a hefty fee on Tuesday singer pleaded guilty to charges, including racketeering, money laundering, and obstruction of Justice. In one case family paid him. One point two million dollars to secure a spot for their daughter on the Yale soccer team. Even though their daughter had never played competitive soccer to do this singer and his cohorts fabricated the students athletic bio faked photos and sent a four hundred thousand dollar bribe to the head coach of the women's soccer team. The student was unaccepted T L as you've recruited soccer player. She never played the L coach Rudolph Rudy Meredith who resigned in November was indicted Tuesday. Prosecutors also accused singer of helping students cheat on their college entrance exams using a variety of schemes from bribing test proctors. To fix incorrect. Answers to arranging for a Florida man in his thirties to take the test for the students in another case. A family reportedly paid six and a half million dollars to get their child into college. Andrew Lulling the US attorney for Massachusetts announced the charges Tuesday. Today. We have charged thirty-three parents nationwide. With hiring singers group to defraud testing companies and or various universities. These parents are a catalog of wealth and privilege. They include for example, CEO's of private and public companies successful securities and real estate investors to well known actresses a famous fashion designer.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on KTRH

"Whoa. Boy was it ever. Breaking federal prosecutors. The FBI announcing the take down of what they say is a massive college admissions scheme involving kids whose families were rich powerful or famous. Fox's Todd Piero with the latest actress, Felicity Huffman, she of desperate housewives fame. Prosecutors allege Huffman met with a confidential witness who said he could control an SAT testing center and arrange for someone to Proctor her daughters tests and corrected and actress Lori Laughlin a full house starring her husband fashion, designer Maasim MO Jia newly accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars in bribes for their daughters to be cruel recruits at USC, even though they had never road before total of fifty people, including nine coaches and one. High ranking athletics administrator indicted, the man at the centre Williams singer pleading guilty in federal court, charged with taking twenty five million dollars using some debris coaches and testing officials and pocketing the rest. Really unbelievable in to Houston. Residents are also caught up in this nationwide scam. Lisa Nikki, Williamson administrator for the college board and ACT. She was released in twenty thousand dollars bond. Martin FOX is president of a private tennis academy. His bond was set at fifty thousand dollars. According to US attorney, Andrew Lulling, both are charged with racketeering and conspiracy in a scheme that was masterminded by William Rick singer. Numerous parents paid singer between fifteen thousand and seventy five.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Scam in history, I'm Carmen Roberts. Fox news. This case is about the widening corruption of the college admissions to the steady application of wealth combined with fraud FBI special agent. Andrew Lulling talking about operation varsity blues that nets at least fifty people and is not finished yet. Actress Felicity Huffman among the wealthy parents charged with pain bribes to get their children into elite US colleges. And the man who is accused of orchestrating the scam. William singer has pleaded guilty. He says that the FBI says that singer accepted twenty five million dollars in bribes in the scam. Prosecutors allege Huffman met with a confidential witness who said he could control an SAT testing center and arrange for someone to Proctor her daughters. Test and corrected and actress Lori Laughlin the full house starring her husband fashion, designer Maasim. Oh, John newly accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars in bribes for their daughters to be cruel recruits at USC, even though they had never road before. Fox's Todd pyro. Paul Manafort finds out today if you'll get more prison time a week after being sentenced in nearly four years in prison for Bank in tax fraud. Paul Manafort is back in front of a federal judge this morning. The face sentencing a separate case that of DC Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiracy. To commit various financial crimes and account of obstruction of Justice. Each carries a maximum of five years net is FOX's Jared Halpern and two more countries ban. Boeing seven thirty-seven max aids from operating in their airspace Lebanon in Vietnam, the latest adjoin at least forty other countries in suspending the jets operations. Ethiopian Airlines says that it sent the black boxes or Wilson.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Of elite college admissions to the steady application of wealth combined with fraud FBI special agent. Andrew Lulling talking about operation varsity blues that nets at least fifty people and is not finished yet. Actress Felicity Huffman among the wealthy parents charged with pain bribes to get their children into elite US colleges. And the man who is accused of orchestrating the scam. William singer has pleaded guilty. He says that the FBI says that singer accepted twenty five million dollars in bribes in the scam. Prosecutors allege Huffman met with a confidential witness who said he could control an SAT testing center and arrange for someone to Proctor her daughters. Test and corrected and actress Lori Laughlin the full house starring her husband fashion, designer Maasim. Oh, John newly accused of paying five hundred thousand dollars in bribes for their daughters to be cruel recruits at USC, even though they had never road before. Fox's Todd pyro. Paul Manafort finds out today if you'll get more prison time a week after being sentenced in nearly four years in prison for Bank in tax fraud. Paul Manafort is back in front of a federal judge this morning. The face sentencing in a separate case out of DC Manafort pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit various financial crimes and account of obstruction of Justice. Each carries a maximum of five years that is FOX's Jared Halpern and two more countries ban. Boeing seven thirty-seven max aids from operating in their airspace Lebanon in Vietnam. Latest adjoin at least forty other countries in suspending the jets operations. Ethiopian Airlines says that sent the black boxes.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"My clock. Hope it's pretty much the same on your o'clock unless you're in a different time zone Monday. Ms Dan Rae, and we are here tonight. We being rob Brooks in me. We will take care of all your phone calls and talk about some very interesting stories later on tonight. We're going to talk about the plight this Boeing airliner, which is very mysterious crashes and number of countries around the world, and now grounding the plane, and there'll be some other topics we're gonna get to later on tonight. But before I. Get to the topic at hand lead topic of the night. I want to welcome back into the nightside studio the manual just listened to the news, Donna, hey, Don. How're you? Hey, dan. This was a huge story that broke under us today. I saw this is a story that it looks to me as if the feds sat on there was no leak in this story. No. There wasn't it. It it sort of began in Boston and filtered out to to all parts of the country with the US attorney here in Boston Andrew Lulling being the head guy and the story announced in Boston today. Well, it looks as if it had tentacles all over the country. And we're talking about is this story a sweeping college, admissions and bribery scam and pretty ingenious I mean evil, but but ingenious and we're talking about a couple of realm known Hollywood actresses. Felicity huffman. She was the star. I guess of program, very popular program called full house and Laurie Lachlan and Lori Laurie. Lock in no Huffman is was Fook Laughlin is full house and Felicity Huffman. Desperate housewives, right and Huffman appearing in court out in Los Angeles. And judge says, okay. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond and go free two hundred fifty thousand born is is pretty that's a pretty hefty amount. But when you figure twenty five thousand dollars cash, right? And when you figure that the amount alleged in bribes in this scheme twenty five million dollars. Yeah. That that's quite that's quite an amount of money with a lot of people fifty people indicted, including I guess the guy who was the the mastermind flipped. A guy who's appropriately named William Rick singer singer. Yes, he singing he is. And he pleaded guilty. In Boston federal court today is charged with racketeering conspiracy money laundering conspiracy and obstruction of Justice pled guilty. He'll be sentenced at a at a different point in time. So the way this work, we'll talk with some of the most distinguished universities in the country that have been touched by this Yale Georgetown, Stanford Wake Forest, you USC and others. I think there's a story tonight. That says that be you and BC in northeastern might have been touched by this. They weren't implicated the the apparently received some exam scores that that were apparently connected with this. Yeah. But we're not implicated no-one goodness. Thank goodness at my alma mater, Boston University or BC my law school, alma mater. No, one at those schools did anything wrong. No. They were not implicated in this in this game. Excellent. However coaches. At some of these schools have all lost their jobs. Yeah. Apparently, what they what the they were doing was parents of the kids who wanted to get them into these elite schools. These coaches allegedly would fake this particular kid was the greatest this or that or whatever to get them in on a on a student athlete scholarship. And then some of the parents allegedly. Made the payments in the form of donations. And whatever will they weren't high profile college coaches, we're talking about a sailing coach at at at Stanford. He's already been been fired by Stanford. I think there was what's water polo water, Paul? These were not your top line sport week Wake Forest. Volleyball coach or a head volleyball coach, I guess a women's volleyball volleyball team. And somebody who was the head of the. The head coach of of a team at UCLA. So so basically some of these students who had not participated at a high school level or anywhere. They either had not participated or were. Such far down on the. They weren't in your top tier athletes. Right. And and in some cases, photographs were doctored photographs of the of the students who were applying religiously doctored. They photo shopped high school, and and some some students allegedly had sit ins for them taking these SAT scan exams apparently at two locations one in Houston and one in in Los in Hollywood, you your kid could go and you would ask for additional time. Get a doctor's note that said that he or she had a learning disability. And as a consequence there was an individual who then would slip into the room. They paid off the people who are administering the test. Obviously everybody had left, and then this other I guess brilliant test taker would slip into the room, and that's an and yet the money that changed hands here in the millions. And yet some people. People who were qualified to get into college did not get in because of this situation every person who got in fraudulently guaranteed that another student would have gotten in in their place. So it looks to me the reason it looks as if it started in Boston, and I was reading some of the the globe story says one by John element was that. I believe that. There was an individual who met with someone here in Boston. He was this guy singer the guy who was the head of it got paid one point two million dollars by the family avail, applicant one. And then apparently the coach who was implicated in this cited to set out on his own. Apparently, let the word go out. And so he meets with Yale applicants to last April, April of two thousand eighteen where he demanded four hundred and fifty thousand dollars one hundred thousand dollars in cash so that his daughter would be designated as a soccer recruit, he collected a couple of thousand dollars as a down payment and four thousand dollars later from Connecticut Bank. However, the father who was negotiating this. Apparently was cooperating with the FBI the FBI secretly recorded. The transaction that that that student was admitted even though the coach knew that the student did not play that particular sport. So that student now is probably still at Yale. There is some speculation that students are still in school. But you know, students have been charged in this, and and and. Authorities say that in many cases of students were not aware of what was going on while we're going to talk about this darn thanks very much. This story was a huge story today broke in Boston. And the US attorney Andrew Lulling we have some sound from him, which we're gonna play for people again, people are driving home from work, and they're not even sure this story. So thanks for helping me try to set out the parameters this story. This is a story. It's like an octopus. Yeah. This has covers twenty eleven to two thousand eighteen twenty seven to two thousand eighteen but across the country across the Cup from east coast to west coast. You got it. Don huff, thank you very much. Donald stay on top of this and all the other news. Now, we get back going to play a little bit of the news conference today. Some of the sound bites from the US attorney, and I'd like to invite you to call in. I know that the college application process is stressful for families for parents for students, and some of you probably have just recently gone through it some of you have been through it recently. I suspected. All of you have tried to do it as as as fairly as you could. I'd love to know what your experiences, I have a lot of comment on this. But I want to hear from you six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. I suspect that they will be other shoes to drop in this case. And if this one guy singer is doing this, maybe there's other type programs that are available throughout the country. We'll talk all about that. So feel free to join the conversation with your perspective coming back on nightside right after this. Nightside with.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The parents of a USC student murdered off campus have asked for help finding the killers cafes. Chris ancarlo reports live from USC where the family has remembered the student's life. It was a room that was emotional the mother sobbing as she walked in. But somehow Lynette Gibson mcelhinney was able to find the composure to stand up at the podium talk about her son for about fifteen minutes and go in-depth about who he was. And what this community would be missing. By the fact that he was killed early Sunday morning as an attempted robbery went bad. He was shot and killed just about a mile from campus here, and now USC is coping as a community and this family is coping as as a family does. She says among other things that Victor was her sunshine. She prayed every day that he wouldn't be taken away. But she goes on to say the now he belongs to everyone in his memory belongs to everyone is well, his father would get up. And and basically just say that silence to those anybody who knows what happened early early Sunday morning at about twelve thirty at the intersection of maple and atoms that silence is worse than the bullet that killed his son reporting live. On your campus. Kris Ankarlo, KFI news. A man has been charged with murdering a nine year old girl whose body was found in hacienda heights. The man is the boyfriend of the girl's mom prosecutors say the man was previously convicted of child abuse in two thousand five heated prison time for that. Investigators found the band Saturday sleeping in his car near the city airport workers found the body of trinity Jones halfway out of a double bag along a trail in hacienda heights. Last week. The coroner's office has not released her cause of death. Andrew mollenbeck, KFI news thirty-three parents, including some celebrities are among fifty people charge in a nationwide college, admissions, cheating and bribery scheme. This case is about the widening corruption of elite college, admissions US attorney, Andrew Lulling says the parents paid tens of thousands to millions of dollars to guarantee their kids got into certain schools, including USC UCLA and UC San Diego. We're not talking about donating a building. So that a school's more like. To take your son or daughter. We're talking about deception and fraud. Fake test scores fake athletic credentials, fake, photographs bribed. College officials appearance charged include actresses, Lori Laughlin and Felicity Huffman Wake Forest university says it's spending its head volleyball coach because of the federal investigation into admissions. Bribes Bill Ferguson is accused of accepting one hundred thousand dollars to recruit a student who had been on Wake Forest. Weightless other coaches are also accused of taking bribes to admit students at schools including including Georgetown University and university of southern California. A hearing has been held in Chicago to decide if cameras should be allowed in court in the case against empire accurate, Jesse small let he's accused with disorderly conduct for falsely reporting a hate crime. His lawyer. Tina gland told the judge today a lot of misinformation has been leaked, and they welcomed the cameras so that the public.

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Alison Stewart. I will meet you on the other side of the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Windsor Johnston. A push for the Federal Aviation Administration to ground all Boeing, seven thirty-seven max. Eight aircraft is gaining momentum on Capitol Hill. NPR's? Braxton Booker reports the move comes after the second deadly crash involving that particular aircraft model in recent months. Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah tweet it Tuesday out over bundles of caution for the flying public the FAA should ground. The 737 max eight Romney joins at least three other senators in calling for the airlines to stop flying the Boeing max, eight planes in the wake of Sunday's deadly airlines crash. Democrat Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts at a in a statement, the FAA should follow the lead of other nations like the United Kingdom in grounding, the planes until quote, it safety can be assured. This weekend's Ethiopian Airlines disaster was the max eight. Models. Second deadly crash in less than five months. Braxton Booker NPR news, Washington. British Prime Minister Theresa may is facing a critical vote in parliament today that will determine the fate of the updated Brexit agreement. Teri Schultz reports that may met with European Union leaders last night to try to extract concessions that will win approval from British lawmakers European Commission, president Jean-Claude drinker gave Theresa May what they're calling legal assurances Britain will not be subject permanently to EU rules on the Irish border in case. No new trade agreement is reached that's the main sticking point in London. Even though this Irish backstop aimed at preventing the reimposition of onerous customs procedures is only envisioned as a temporary worst case scenario. Uber says now Brussels is done negotiating we'd be no further into petitions of interpretations. No further. Reassurance. If the deal still fills parliament will vote whether to leave as scheduled March twenty ninth with no deal or to delay. That departure for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. Federal prosecutors in Boston are charging fifty people, including at least two Hollywood stars and a nationwide college admissions cheating scam. US attorney Andrew Lulling says the operation included bribes to college officials coaches and entrance examine ministers we've charged fifty people nationwide with participating in a conspiracy that involves first cheating on college entrance exams, meaning the SAT and the ACT and second securing admission to elite colleges by bribing coaches at those schools to accept certain students under false pretenses huddling says an admissions consultant has agreed to plead guilty and cooperate in the investigation. Parents allegedly paid the consultant millions. He then bribed college officials. To get their kids into elite schools including Yale Stanford and the university of Texas. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. I'm Rebecca Uvira last week New York governor Andrew Cuomo said he'd refused to pass a budget that didn't include plans to legalize recreational marijuana. But now, it looks like he may be changing his mind. Karen DeWitt reports Cuomo says it's going to take longer to decide upon competing ideas for how to use the revenue from sales of the drug. There is a wide divide on marijuana. I believe ultimately, we can get there. And we must get there. Some back using the money to help fix the subways. Others want reparations for people in neighborhoods adversely affected by the marijuana prohibition. And Cuomo says there's also been some push-back including from the PTA which wants to ensure that children don't get easy access to the drug New York City. First lady, Shirley McRae is defending the mental health program. She launched in two thousand fifteen called thrive NYC city. Comptroller, Scott, stringer and media outlets. Have criticized the program for not having clear enough benchmarks showing its impact. But McRae says thrive in my see has in fact produced measurable results. For instance, she said one hundred thousand people have been trained in mental health first aid. It's made such a big difference in so many people's lives. Eighty percent of mental health. First aid trainees have used their skills to help others. Now that shows that thrive actually has a multiplying effect. Mccrae says a program we'll have spent about five hundred sixty million dollars by June and take a break and go outside. If you get a chance it's sunny and getting warmer with highs near forty five degrees right now..

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Smith husband Keith Smith was arrested along with his daughter in Texas on Sunday on first degree murder charges. That's according to police. It was initially reported that Jacqueline. Smith was fatally stabbed by a man after trying to give money to a young woman with a baby. In a cardboard sign that asked for help feeding the child the story certainly did attract national attention to. So boy, quite the twist and quite the turn on that one federal charges now being filed in the deafened vested Gatien of JC Korea have more on that story from Kate Walsh. And I witness news when the defendant was booked in Delaware. He notes that the scratch on his face is from her. So there are definitely indications that she did not go quietly scratch seem the booking photo of thirty two year old Louis Coleman of providence who is still in Delaware. But was officially charged in federal court in Boston Sunday on a federal charge of kidnapping resulting in death, which is found guilty could carry the death penalty. Massachusetts US attorney Andrew Lulling announced. Disturbing new details of the discovery of Twenty-three-year-old Jesse Korea's body in Cullman trunk on Thursday. When asked if anyone else was in the car with him Coleman said she's in the trunk according to charging. Documents. His body was found bound by duct tape in a sofa cushion cover in a black trash bag in a large suitcase. She died of strangulation, and there was significant bruising on her credit. Surveillance video at Coleman's apartment on chestnut street in providence with providing for them a time line of the days between Korea's disappearance and the discovery of her body Thursday,.

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US, Robert Quinn and US Attorney discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank

Morning Show with Sean and Frank

00:15 sec | 3 years ago

US, Robert Quinn and US Attorney discussed on Morning Show with Sean and Frank

"Immigrant, mother and daughter who were deported are back in the US after a federal judge ordered the flight. They were onto El Salvador turnaround yesterday. The two were part of an ACLU lawsuit, challenging Trump administration, policy changes on those seeking asylum

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"andrew lulling" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"andrew lulling" Discussed on NPR News Now

"An ally the bbc's rupert wingfield hayes southern california's first major rainstorm in almost a year has prompted the evacuation of thousands of people in several california counties daniel carson reports massive wildfires especially in los angeles santa barbara and ventura counties are to blame the fire strip thousands of acres bear there's almost no ground vegetation to hold the soil in place and that makes mudslides and debris flows a big risk many homeowners who live near bern areas have been stacking sandbags in using k rails to divert the flow of water and mud the storm is expected to continue at least through today and ultimately bring as much as four inches of rain in some areas daniel carson reporting the university of alabama crimson tide as one the national college football championship they beat the university of georgia bulldogs 26 to 23 in overtime last night in atlanta you're listening to npr rescuers in the east china sea are still battling a burning oil tanker about one hundred sixty miles off shanghai they found the body of one person but are searching for the remaining thirty one crew the tanker collided with a freighter on saturday and burst into fire as massachusetts is getting set to allow retail marijuana stores to open july 1st the us attorney in boston is casting doubt on the future of the emerging legal cannibus industry st brown of member station wbur has more us attorney andrew lulling says he cannot provide assurances that certain categories of participants in the state level marijuana trade will be immune from federal prosecution his comments come just days after attorney general jeff sessions repeal the socalled coal metal an obama era document gave states guidance as to how they could set up a regulated marijuana industry despite the fact that marijuana remains illegal under federal law massachusetts canada's regulators are in the process of.

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