23 Burst results for "Behan"

"behan" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

Real Estate Disruptors

04:57 min | 10 months ago

"behan" Discussed on Real Estate Disruptors

"You recommend the use dialer or cocoa by hand. I dialer all day. Yeah you can't col- behan is not it's not Productive it's just really not. I mean when you've got things like a dialer out there you're gonna learn so much faster you're gonna you're gonna you know you're going to go through a lot more knows which is what you need to get to your yeses in your hand dialing. It's going to take you a lot lot longer. People are answering. I wanna know what's in the box. I don't know what boxer referencing. Oh oh i think i know. So are these the mitch. Murray leads how i remember. I told you that. I needed your shoe size. Remember all right. So i wanted to do a little something for you all right. So you're master closer. I like to think so now. Closer so from another master closer. I wanted to get you a little something. Well awesome from the master. Closer be is the master closer. He's the best closer.

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"behan" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"behan" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Mom no more. Everybody says she's the brains behind Paul. Everybody wants you to be just like them. They didn't did Bob Dylan ever worked on a farm. It's It's a metaphor. Okay? You said nobody. Everybody's worked on magazine Farm. Metaphorically. I mean it in a place where you know that you're being oppressed to Robert Zimmerman has never worked on a farm. No, he doesn't exactly come from a you know, came from Duluth, Minnesota, right, But he doesn't come from wealth, That's for sure. He He's comes from a solid middle class background. He hitchhiked the To Greenwich Village back and I think 1960 you know you staying out with did not hang out with, but he used to kind of follow him around watching was Brendan Behan. The famous Irish writer. Just they guy who such an alcoholic they used to say a Brendan Behan had a thirst so great that it cast the shadow. I've said that about Massachusetts politicians. I've lifted that line, but Bob Dylan used to watch him and see see how he acted, and he drank himself to death at a very early age, but Bob Dylan learned something there from him. I'm doing learned a lot about that. Here's here's one from From the sixties to temporary like Achilles got 36. Thank you so much. Why are you so much? Should.

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"behan" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"behan" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Lot of everyone and welcome daily today, , we may have uncovered one of Hollywood's dating secrets. . It turns out there is a not so subtle way stars have been letting us know that they are newly single it's with their straps and she hinson might be the latest led to do it. . So during a recent appearance on the breakfast club to rise, , did admit she was single. . Here's what she had to say about her split from former NFL star Kelvin hated. . The. . Wow said it yet but it didn't work out. . You know what I mean. . Side I was like bear left do their thing. . But if you're both not on the same page with that, , then you feel like you're. . Taking it on yourself at Mathematics Fair position for anybody to play in a relationship. . <hes> she did it on a breakfast. . Daddy's you already for everybody to know you were a single. . Everybody I mean potential suitors as well Oh. . Yes. . One hundred percent because four. . She made that announcement she started a little early because fans are already speculating. . Something might have happened because last month after her fiftieth birthday celebration she posted some sexy bikini pigs and Calvin was not in any of the photo. . She looking really hot. . There's Chapman her way when you first trap is that kind of your deadwood say like guys I'm single just. . I'm single at hot. . I, , mean I I feel like I I'm trying to think back to my last break up. . Yes. . For most people that is the move when you look like she does with trump even i. . if I was happy in their relationship like I can't even believe that this woman is fifty years old like. . That's the whole thing but I mean, , yeah, , I guess. . So I feel like what she said was really true. . You can't take on the burden of a relationship and if somebody's not going to put the effort with you the way you're gonNA put in the effort with them and finally you're like, , okay Su this is my hot body for instagram else will take this on if you're not going to what hundred percent, , I don't necessarily think that your thirst trapping to let people know you're single I think as human beings we need validation whether we get it at work or at home are. . Like. . Raji Behan is getting right now but I think you're going through a moment in your life and there's a big life change. . You need that affirmation from people that it's going to be okay and that be you still got it. . Again. . Exactly what it is, , it is a little like. . Thirst trap he may be or even if it's not a bikini, , you're right it's something that gives you like a positive look some makes you build your confidence because you've got a now face this new chapter in your life and your that confidence to do that, , and it's the same way as back before the grab me call your girlfriend and They'll all say like you're so hot don't worry about it. . You're gonNA find someone look at you. . You're smoking yes. . That's go out because I want all these guys have looked me and so I feel like, , I'm smoking hot one hundred percent. . Look let me be petty real quick because I tried to let people know that I'm single trap to the guy who I want the attention from that. Hey, . , I'm saying go and try to let the guy who broke my heart know that hey, , I still got it body but everybody used to track back in the day before social media when you knew that your man was going to be at a wedding at a party. . You yes. . You're normally do you put on the heels. . Be made sure your hair was like nicely qua-. . People would trumpet in the ninety that was the best is. . Did you get Morgan fact me up on this? ? You do all that work and for whatever reason the X. Show. . I've let me let me explain to me. . This is the give the audience life lesson that I have learned. . No matter what you think his plans might be no matter how heartbroken you are you stick to what you were originally going to do. . So you were going to go to the club and you heard he wasn't going you still go because then. . He goes after and then you go I bit. . They just happened to be so many times stick to your original plans and always look during breakup. . No matter what. . Then initiative you stick to your original plans and you divert you make sure you get met photo with that one friend who posts every? ? On the incident. . Hold on let me look at that limit looking up. . That's. . The most fun and miserable time with my entire life. . Totally one hundred percent. . We all have to go through that phase in our lives I'm. . Jamie Lynn Spears is getting real about getting pregnant at sixteen. . So Jamie Linton talked to nylon about the Zilly one one reboot and how much her life has changed changed since the show went off the air in two, , thousand eight, , she says, , she found out she was pregnant after the show finished and she was quote mortified to have to tell my parents this and my family this I do not care what TMZ thinks of. . Other. . CELEBS feel the same way it's it's not the world finding out. . It's your family and your friends finding out. . It's so interesting because for me if I was in that position, , I really wouldn't. . Be, , so, , scared to tell my family because I know they would love me no matter what and I know the support me they would be disappointed but. . I would be more afraid to tell the people who worked on my team, , my agents, , my publicist, , all those people who worked really hard to build this brand that was supposed to be so wholesome and was supposed to be one of these things teens looked up to those are the people i. . We'd be more afraid to tell. . I. . would be also more afraid to tell the whole world because that's when the comments of all your insecurities to take over. . Securities Will arise whenever you find your pregnant too soon or your self conscious about something or you've made a mistake and sure enough there's going to be a good good chunk of comments on your. . Point those out exactly and you're like, , yeah, , that's how I was feeling. . That's what I was worried about and I'm exactly right. . I am going to get that hate I against the world that would be more scared of because you said it right most your family and friends. . Disappointed they all come around especially when the babies born. . They see the baby they say, , Oh, , you they rally run I mean if I went to my mom and said I was pregnant at sixteen I don't know how happy she would have been with me. . She probably would have real I don't know what that would been but right she would eventually. . I think have been. . Okay. . That woman's a little insane I don't know she would have been. . So okay with I agree with you guys like your family at the end of the day. . Loves you no matter what mistakes you make, , and then the then the world judges you even if you say the wrong adjective on TV sometimes so You can't expect them. .

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Taraji P. Henson Says She's Single After 2 Year Engagement

Daily Pop

06:43 min | 1 year ago

Taraji P. Henson Says She's Single After 2 Year Engagement

"Lot of everyone and welcome daily today, we may have uncovered one of Hollywood's dating secrets. It turns out there is a not so subtle way stars have been letting us know that they are newly single it's with their straps and she hinson might be the latest led to do it. So during a recent appearance on the breakfast club to rise, did admit she was single. Here's what she had to say about her split from former NFL star Kelvin hated. The. Wow said it yet but it didn't work out. You know what I mean. Side I was like bear left do their thing. But if you're both not on the same page with that, then you feel like you're. Taking it on yourself at Mathematics Fair position for anybody to play in a relationship. she did it on a breakfast. Daddy's you already for everybody to know you were a single. Everybody I mean potential suitors as well Oh. Yes. One hundred percent because four. She made that announcement she started a little early because fans are already speculating. Something might have happened because last month after her fiftieth birthday celebration she posted some sexy bikini pigs and Calvin was not in any of the photo. She looking really hot. There's Chapman her way when you first trap is that kind of your deadwood say like guys I'm single just. I'm single at hot. I, mean I I feel like I I'm trying to think back to my last break up. Yes. For most people that is the move when you look like she does with trump even i. if I was happy in their relationship like I can't even believe that this woman is fifty years old like. That's the whole thing but I mean, yeah, I guess. So I feel like what she said was really true. You can't take on the burden of a relationship and if somebody's not going to put the effort with you the way you're gonNA put in the effort with them and finally you're like, okay Su this is my hot body for instagram else will take this on if you're not going to what hundred percent, I don't necessarily think that your thirst trapping to let people know you're single I think as human beings we need validation whether we get it at work or at home are. Like. Raji Behan is getting right now but I think you're going through a moment in your life and there's a big life change. You need that affirmation from people that it's going to be okay and that be you still got it. Again. Exactly what it is, it is a little like. Thirst trap he may be or even if it's not a bikini, you're right it's something that gives you like a positive look some makes you build your confidence because you've got a now face this new chapter in your life and your that confidence to do that, and it's the same way as back before the grab me call your girlfriend and They'll all say like you're so hot don't worry about it. You're gonNA find someone look at you. You're smoking yes. That's go out because I want all these guys have looked me and so I feel like, I'm smoking hot one hundred percent. Look let me be petty real quick because I tried to let people know that I'm single trap to the guy who I want the attention from that. Hey, I'm saying go and try to let the guy who broke my heart know that hey, I still got it body but everybody used to track back in the day before social media when you knew that your man was going to be at a wedding at a party. You yes. You're normally do you put on the heels. Be made sure your hair was like nicely qua-. People would trumpet in the ninety that was the best is. Did you get Morgan fact me up on this? You do all that work and for whatever reason the X. Show. I've let me let me explain to me. This is the give the audience life lesson that I have learned. No matter what you think his plans might be no matter how heartbroken you are you stick to what you were originally going to do. So you were going to go to the club and you heard he wasn't going you still go because then. He goes after and then you go I bit. They just happened to be so many times stick to your original plans and always look during breakup. No matter what. Then initiative you stick to your original plans and you divert you make sure you get met photo with that one friend who posts every? On the incident. Hold on let me look at that limit looking up. That's. The most fun and miserable time with my entire life. Totally one hundred percent. We all have to go through that phase in our lives I'm. Jamie Lynn Spears is getting real about getting pregnant at sixteen. So Jamie Linton talked to nylon about the Zilly one one reboot and how much her life has changed changed since the show went off the air in two, thousand eight, she says, she found out she was pregnant after the show finished and she was quote mortified to have to tell my parents this and my family this I do not care what TMZ thinks of. Other. CELEBS feel the same way it's it's not the world finding out. It's your family and your friends finding out. It's so interesting because for me if I was in that position, I really wouldn't. Be, so, scared to tell my family because I know they would love me no matter what and I know the support me they would be disappointed but. I would be more afraid to tell the people who worked on my team, my agents, my publicist, all those people who worked really hard to build this brand that was supposed to be so wholesome and was supposed to be one of these things teens looked up to those are the people i. We'd be more afraid to tell. I. would be also more afraid to tell the whole world because that's when the comments of all your insecurities to take over. Securities Will arise whenever you find your pregnant too soon or your self conscious about something or you've made a mistake and sure enough there's going to be a good good chunk of comments on your. Point those out exactly and you're like, yeah, that's how I was feeling. That's what I was worried about and I'm exactly right. I am going to get that hate I against the world that would be more scared of because you said it right most your family and friends. Disappointed they all come around especially when the babies born. They see the baby they say, Oh, you they rally run I mean if I went to my mom and said I was pregnant at sixteen I don't know how happy she would have been with me. She probably would have real I don't know what that would been but right she would eventually. I think have been. Okay. That woman's a little insane I don't know she would have been. So okay with I agree with you guys like your family at the end of the day. Loves you no matter what mistakes you make, and then the then the world judges you even if you say the wrong adjective on TV sometimes so You can't expect them.

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"behan" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"behan" Discussed on Daily Pop

"I'm trying to think back to my last break up. Yes. For most people that is the move when you look like she does with trump even i. if I was happy in their relationship like I can't even believe that this woman is fifty years old like. That's the whole thing but I mean, yeah, I guess. So I feel like what she said was really true. You can't take on the burden of a relationship and if somebody's not going to put the effort with you the way you're gonNA put in the effort with them and finally you're like, okay Su this is my hot body for instagram else will take this on if you're not going to what hundred percent, I don't necessarily think that your thirst trapping to let people know you're single I think as human beings we need validation whether we get it at work or at home are. Like. Raji Behan is getting right now but I think you're going through a moment in your life and there's a big life change. You need that affirmation from people that it's going to be okay and that be you still got it. Again. Exactly what it is, it is a little like. Thirst trap he may be or even if it's not a bikini, you're right it's something that gives you like a positive look some makes you build your confidence because you've got a now face this new chapter in your life and your that confidence to do that, and it's the same way as back before the grab me call your girlfriend and They'll all say like you're so hot don't worry about it. You're gonNA find someone look at you. You're smoking yes. That's go out because I want all these guys have looked me and so I feel like, I'm smoking hot one hundred percent. Look let me be petty real quick because I tried to let people know that I'm single trap to the guy who I want the attention from that. Hey, I'm saying go and try to let the guy who broke my heart know that hey, I still got it body but everybody used to track back in the day before social media when you knew that your man was going to be at a wedding at a party. You yes. You're normally do you put on the heels. Be made sure your hair was like nicely qua-. People would trumpet in the ninety that was the best is. Did you get Morgan fact me up on this? You do all that work and for whatever reason the X. Show. I've let me let me explain to me. This is the give the audience life lesson that I have learned. No matter what you think his plans might be no matter how heartbroken you are you stick to what you were originally going to do. So you were going to go to the club and you heard he wasn't going you still go because then. He goes after and then you go I bit. They just happened to be so many times stick to your original plans and always look during breakup. No matter what. Then initiative you stick to your original plans and you divert you make sure you get met photo with that one friend who.

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Baker Mayfield clarifies what he said about Daniel Jones to GQ

The Dan Patrick Show

02:25 min | 3 years ago

Baker Mayfield clarifies what he said about Daniel Jones to GQ

"It's new article in juke g. c._q. Where baker mayfield said. I cannot believe the giants took. Daniel jones blows my mind. Some people were thinking that's where people go wrong. They forgot. You've got a win. Win course baker one in college. Gale jones did not but i mean the point could if we wanted to decipher wins and losses. There's lots of great college quarterbacks that were drafted. They've got opportunities that have not been great pro quarterback danny waffle you know i mean look just even more recent like vince young i i vince young matlock venture was rookie of the year he he might so he will heed one early like it. It gets harder not easier. Yes it gets hard because now okay now. We know what you do now. We'll go back and watch the chargers film where you know that line just wants to stand you up. Make you make you stay in the pocket and throw over the top because you're small and you can't see and we'll see we'll see what the ravens did. Look baker mayfield was good last year. Let's act like he tore up. The league behan touchdown receptions against the good teams they he played against. They beat up on the bengals. The bengals the team at the time they played the bengals. The bengals were on track to have the worst defense in the history of the league and they played the ravens twice the chargers chargers steelers the texans the broncos broncos to make the playoffs char steelers did neither but those are the five actually six best defense played against ten touchdowns love interceptions fifty seven percent completion percentage. There were two and four now if you if you give context and say hey cleveland won one game in two years for the got there and look at how people view them now. Oh that's fair and people believe baker mayfield's gonna damn good quarterback bliss on act like he went out and did what pat mahomes did last year exact same guy no missed completely really different now. The the thing with banco is all eyes are on cleveland so all eyes on you you better give him something because if if you fall on your face all these wide you draft daniel jones all these <hes> do johnson deal talking about luke johnson's money. Oh you know hugh took a job in cincinnati. I don't like him for all this stuff that you're doing all these theatrics they don't get thrown back in your face and so if you can dish it out you better be able to handle it when it comes back and and that's what i don't know if he understands that could possibly happen. I'm sure he's not thinking they're going to fail but to understand. You got a lot of prime time games. You better perform

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"behan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Behan and John Richter with us as they now, the president yesterday granting now let me bring in John Ritter. You know, John, I do like the innocence project and berry Shek as actually convinced me, unless there's a video of a murder, and somebody getting the death penalty, we've made so many stupid mistakes, and some political and over aggressive prosecutors on not supporting death penalty unless we got a video, Sean. I appreciate you posing the question to me, but Vicki is, actually, the, the executive director and Oklahoma. In addition to being Michael's mother. She obviously join this cause after many years as a career federal prosecutor, I've had the honor of representing Michael through this process, and serving, as, as his lawyer in his pardon process, and former United States attorney, and former head of Kremlin vision, I can tell you personally that the actions of the prosecution in this case violate all decent standards for fair prosecution of defended. And while obviously a pardon process was not here to relitigate the case. It nonetheless is an important part of considering whether forgiveness an act of grace like the president is giving Michael is appropriate. I just don't like the fact honestly at all that we now are putting handcuffs on, on people. We put in life and death situation where we're sending these guys out to fight wars, their lives are at risk. We're second guessing what they do. And what putting handcuffs on them and rules of engagement that are obscene that puts their lives in jeopardy. I mean, you know, when I hear Michael story about, you know, his friends being blown up by dis. You know put yourself in his position and you this is the guy you believe has the information about where those explosives coming from. I'm sorry. I'm not going to be polite, asking the guy that has the answer to that question to that we can save American lives with. That's not a moment to be polite. War is a. Very dark, ugly horrible but necessary evil and our guys are the good guys. You know, Al Qaeda killed three thousand Americans in two thousand and one I mean this, this, this really pisses me off because we're doing this not just to you, Michael. We're doing it to too many people, there's a long laundry list of guys that are in prison for instances like yours. And I don't think it's fair. We're going to ask you to go fight bleed die risk your life. And, and many don't come home or many. Don't come home with legs and arms. I think we ought to be able to put enough, faith hope and trust that you're gonna make the right decision and not second guess you. Right. Sorry. Got a little worked up. But we appreciate the passion. I got to be held when your son is in Leavenworth for five years. Oh, I would not wish that experience or it was, you know again as as John was saying when he was returning. United States working in the office and just never think you're going to have to hire a criminal defense lawyer for don't think that's going to happen. When I send him off to combat that we'll glad you're home. And I'm sorry, I had to go through this, Michael and, and Vicky of, oh, a loving, mom, therefore, you and family. And I do think if a serving your country we owe you better than this, though. This is you did not deserve this, this has to stop and one wish you the best future endeavors, and we'll see you on TV tonight. We actually see you guys are going to join us,.

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"behan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"All right. As we continue with former army, I will set up, Michael Behan, and his mom, Vicky banana and John Richter with us as they now, the president yesterday granting now, let me bring in John Richter, you know, John, I do like the innocence project and berry check as actually convinced me, unless there's a video of a murderer and somebody getting the death penalty, we've made so many stupid mistakes, and some political and some overaggressive prosecutors. I'm not supporting the death penalty unless we got a video. Thank you, Sean. I appreciate you posing the question to me, but Vicki is, actually, the, the executive director and Oklahoma. In addition to being Michael's mother. She obviously join this cause after many years as a career federal prosecutor, I've had the honor of representing Michael through this pardon process, and serving, as, as his lawyer in this process. And as a former United States attorney, and former head of the Kremlin vision, I can tell you personally that the actions of the prosecution in this case violate all decent standards for fair prosecution of defended. And while obviously a pardon process, it was not here to relitigate the case, it nonetheless is an important part of considering whether forgiveness and an act of grace, like the president is giving Michael it appropriate. I just don't like the fact honestly at all that we now are putting handcuffs on, on people. We put. In life and death situation where we're sending these guys out to fight wars, their lives are at risk. We're second guessing, what they do, and we're putting handcuffs on them in and rules of engagement that are obscene that puts their lives in jeopardy. I mean, you know, when I hear Michael story about, you know, his friends being blown up by these, you know, put yourself in his position and you this is the guy you believe has the information about where those explosives coming from. I'm sorry. I'm not going to be polite, asking the guy that has the answer to that question to that we can save American lives with that's not a moment to be polite. War is a very dark ugly horrible, but necessary evil and our guys are the good guys, you know, Al Qaeda killed three thousand Americans in two thousand and one I mean, this is this is this really pisses me off because we're. Doing this. Not just to you, Michael. We're doing it to too many people, there's a long laundry list of guys that are in prison for for instances like yours. And I don't think it's fair. We're going to ask you to go fight bleed die risk your life. And, and many don't come home or many. Don't come home with legs and arms. I think we ought to be able to put enough, faith hope and trust that you're gonna make the right decision and not second guess you, right. Sorry. You got a little worked up. But we appreciate the passion. I got to be held when your son is in Leavenworth who five years. Oh, I would not wish that experience on my for enemy. It was, you know again as as John was saying, I mean I when he was returning. I was United States attorney working in that office. And just never think you're going to have to hire a criminal defense lawyer for don't think that's going to happen. When I send him off to combat that. Well, we'll glad you're home and I'm sorry, you had to go through this, Michael and, and Vicky of a loving, mom, therefore, you and family. And I do think if a serving your country we owed you better than this, though, this is you did not deserve this, this has to stop and one of the best future endeavors, and we'll see you on TV tonight. We get to actually see you guys.

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"behan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

10:42 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"You heard. There was former army first Lieutenant Michael the Hannah and him discussing after spending five years in prison talking about his release earlier yesterday. The president has granted quote today. President Donald J Trump. This was yesterday signed an executive grant of clemency, parentheses full pardon for former army first Lieutenant Michael Behan of Oklahoma now, two thousand and nine military court had sentenced, Mr. beheaded twenty five years in prison for on premeditated murder in a combat zone and after judgment. However, the US army's highest appellate court noted concern about how the trial court had handled Mr. Behan his claim of self-defence. Additionally, the army clemency and parole board reduced the sentence. Fifteen years paroled him as soon as he was eligible in twenty fourteen after five years, served of a sentence upon his release dozens of patriot guard motorcycle riders met, Mr. Bohannon escort escort him back to his home in Oklahoma and his cases attracted broad support from the military Oklahoma elected officials in the public of thirty-seven generals admirals, along with former inspector general of the parliament of defense, signing a brief in support of Mr. Behan, his self defense claim numerous members of the Oklahoma congressional delegation, Oklahoma's then governor Mary Fallon at the time her, and Oklahoma attorney general, Mike hunter, also expressed support, and while serving his sentence, Mr. Behan was a model prisoner in light of these facts. He is entirely deserving of the executive clemency, but I'm not sure any joins us right now. I think as I interview since yesterday, former army first Lieutenant Michael Behan, his mother Vikki is with us. And also joined by the executive director of the Oklahoma innocence project. John Richter is with us. Thank you, all for being here. We appreciate your time of well, I thank you for serving your country. I get very troubled Lieutenant when I hear that we're second guessing brave men in battlefield conditions having to make split-second decisions. And then you getting second guessed, and I certainly did not like the rules of engagement under the last administration of Barack Obama. Absolutely. Absolutely. And what I tell people is don't judge somebody, especially in a combat zone. If you've never been there, you have no idea what it's like, and so there are people out there that, that, that are going to judge, and, and that's unfortunate. What did it feel like yesterday? When the president, I understand called you personally to deliver the news that you would be pardon. Tell you what totally unexpected. Yeah. I was talking on on the phone with my dad and, and get a call on the other line. And I didn't recognize the number out of figured it was a solicitor trying to call in. So I didn't I didn't answer it. They left a message after I got off the phone with my dad. I listen to the message and, and the woman said, ten of Hannah, this is Molly from President Trump's office, he would like to talk to you. And if you would please give a call back when you get a chance. That might be a message. You save for a few years, right? Well, I still have it my phone and I plan on hanging onto it. Yeah. They might hang onto that maybe make a recording of it. Let's go back to what happened here you. This is April two thousand eight you're young commander. Right. You had a seventeen man platoon as I understand it. Eighteen man platoon. Okay. And, and you guys were struck your men were struck by a massive. I d you lost two of your soldiers that true and others were severely injured. Well, there were, there were four people killed that day. Two of them were were my soldiers yet and several wounded and after the attack you or reading the intelligence reports, which you drew a connection, which is your job between the I d and now Qaeda operative named Ali on sores true that true. And then army intelligence reports specifically cited monsoon is someone who transports explosives to kill Americans for the terror group. Correct. Absolutely. Yes. Okay. So now take us from that moment. While you transporting you actually. Able to get this guy. Correct. You took him into custody. Yes. All right now, your taking him home and bring us into the interrogation of this guy and what happened in that interrogation room. So the interrogation was done on, on my behalf because he was he was released. And I know some people are gonna say, well, why was he released he was released because at the time you had to have to intelligence reports on a detainee in order to keep that detainee for further questioning and possible further detention? Well, that the army had said, they only had one report, which there were, there were more. But there there, there's other things that, that were in play in order for months or to get released anyway. So. I end up wanting to question him, of course, to get more Intel out of him because information in Intel's, what runs the counterinsurgency, which is what we were fighting time. And so. Fast forward to me taking months for out to the covert to question him. I told him I wanted some specific information, which was I wanted to know the others that were in play. In other words, you wanna learn what other people are involved in this, Al Qaeda cell. Right that were killing American soldiers. So you protect your fellow soldiers from future attacks. Like what you witnessed when you lost four guys in a day to from your particular too? Right. Right. Yeah. And, and so I'm trying to get this information out of them. And, and of course, he's, he's a season Al Qaeda terrorists. And of course, he didn't just answer questions anytime you ask them. So there are techniques that are used in order to get information out of people like that. And you are torturing them you are waterboarding. The guy I don't think waterboarding is torture anyway, but you would not, you're just using basic interrogation techniques. Correct. Basic basic for for over there, one of which was was winning a weapon at, at Montour and, and trying to get information out of because he, he would say, I don't know every question I kept saying, I don't know. I don't know. So, you know, in order for those techniques to affective you have to make it feel like you know, the guy is he's in danger. He's gonna he's gonna die, and I'll tell them that. And he finally that's mine perpetrator that something that I didn't recognize that spoke a little bit of Arabic. We're not enough to understand what he said and on said to my mind Turpin or something I didn't recognize I turn to my interpreter to get the translation and months or throws a piece of concrete at me, which hits right beside my head. And as I turned to look toward months, or he's standing up reaching. Out with his hands towards you know, me and my weapon. I was not cuffed. I was what? What he was cub. He what coke in. We had cut the flex cokes off him along with with his clothes, which was another attack need that, that, unfortunately, I mean is used over there? Technique that used to humiliate, you know, the guy you're questioning so. All right. So let me get to you. He reaches for your gun, and you you're now your life is in jeopardy. You up to make split-second decision and you and you kill the guy. Yes. Okay. I don't think any American. That's not, not situation as a right to judge decision making. And you had witnesses that interpreter at least a contest, the fi- to your account of what happened. Correct. Yes. Okay. So you story is confirmed. It should be case closed here. And then we find out later that the court martial that prosecutors didn't notify your defense attorneys that of forensic expert for the prosecution cited with your version of events surrounding the shooting. They held back that scope. Atari information. That's correct. Yes. And can I just put this is Vicky, I can just put a fine point on that the case during the court martial government, never entered the fringe candidates forensic, which was consistent with, that's called withholding scope Atari evidence that's evidence that would have freed your son. That's right. And they cut that expert home so that he couldn't have defined didn't testify. But the friends that have it supported Michael version of what happened during the interrogation. Unbelievable story. All right. Quick break. We'll have more with former army first Lieutenant Michael BA Hannah, and his mother and also John Richter is with us, as well as the president yesterday, citing an executive grant of clemency of full pardon for the issues. We just been talking about while more on the other side. He'll also join us on TV tonight on Hannity nine eastern on the Fox News channel the mother's day is Sunday, right? Look. What are the greatest gift, you will ever? Give your mom as a matter of fact, all the moms in your life, grandma. Don't forget about your mother-in-law. Don't forget, maybe his sisters, berries dot com. Click on the microphone, promo code Hannity. Do it because you're good person and you love mom straight ahead..

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"behan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Just to get people to think differently. So you go ahead and post all you want on, on the internet. Whatever you want on the internet that does not. However, keep you from being kidnapped being abused being threatened being beaten in the streets shot killed, or, or gassed. Okay. So, you know, that's their version of free speech, if it's hate speech, if it's any kind of speech to bring down the government. Now, they just won't take you off. They won't take out their social media. They'll just come to your house and kill you gay. It's kinda like Russian Behan STAN, we don't like it, boom boom, you're dead back in the day. You don't say anything bad about what, what, what the Russian government is doing now, while we aren't that, you know, well, we aren't that drastic or we don't go to those extreme measures here in the United States. Facebook on the other hand. They kind of in that if he place right now. And, you know, I wonder sometimes because they're doing this whole credit worthiness, kind of the idea of the reputation ranking more or less the same Social Credit systems. But see, that's the thing is that. Well, Donald Trump is I believe rightfully doing this to Weiwei and saying, look, you know, we don't want any company to provide materials that could come back and bite us in the ass later. That's the whole thing is that we're not necessarily on good terms with China either. But the, the problem, I have is that, while we're looking at other countries in the way they handle internet, whether it be, you know, to just let it go. And then they find you and kill you or just let it go. And they find you in torture, you, or they remove your credit score or they race you completely. I would think that before it gets out of hand here in the United States. If we see that a company like Google or Facebook or an Amazon, if a company gets too big, okay, if it gets too big, then it isn't threat to our democracy. And that you we may have to see. Some aggressive antitrust in for enforcement with regard to these companies now breaking up Facebook, or Google is not a good idea or not bad idea either. It's not a new idea. I mean it's kind of like. You know, you do that people are getting angry about it. But, you know, here we go, we've got Instagram, what's up got YouTube all under the, you know, all under one company. I'm trying to think of who won't sue now is Google YouTube or does occur Berg on YouTube. I'm not sure the Google you have you have soccer. And I know that Zaka runs Instagram and WhatsApp, but. This hasn't. I mean this has been going on up other companies for some time now. I mean we're seeing Disney doing as well. Pretty soon one come, he's going to own the media, one company is going to own a Technion news. Aggregation another company is gonna be owning what you buy. It's like everything's gonna be bought from Amazon. Everything's gonna be, you know, talked about on Facebook and Google, of course, is to have all the information none of these companies are doing what they aim to do in the beginning at all evolved. And we're watching Google and Facebook and Amazon swallow its rivals and consolidate the market. So, you know, we may end up in the same position as Weiwei and several other companies in China, where these guys are going to say what you can and cannot buy, they'll say what you can and cannot see. And basically tell you what you can and cannot say. So we have internet tyranny right now. And it doesn't necessarily reflect what's going on in the United States, and it doesn't necessarily reflect freedom of speech, but it certainly reflects the type of attitude that these big wigs have been playing with regard to the internet and that includes while way in other companies in China's well, eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one that's eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one. I'm quite.

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"behan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"behan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"As we continue with former army personal Michael Hannah and his mom Vicky Behan and John Richter with us as they now the president yesterday granting now let me bring in John Richter. You know, John, I do like the innocence project and berry Sheck as actually convince me unless there's a video of a murder and somebody getting the death penalty, we've made so many stupid mistakes and some political and some overaggressive prosecutors, I'm not supporting the death penalty unless we got a video. Appreciate you posing a question to me. But Vicki is actually the the executive director and Oklahoma. In addition to being Michael's mother. She obviously join this cause after many years as a career federal prosecutor, I've had the honor of representing Michael pardon process and serving as as his lawyer in this process, and as a former United States attorney and former head of the Kremlin vision, I can tell you personally that the actions of the prosecution in this case violate all decent standards for fair prosecution of defended. And while obviously a pardon process was not here to relitigate the case it nonetheless is an important part of considering whether forgiveness an act of grace like the president's giving Michael it appropriate. I just don't like the fact honestly at all that we now are putting. Handcuffs on on people. We put in life and death situation. We're sending these guys out to fight wars. Their lives are at risk. We're second guessing what they do. And what putting handcuffs on them and rules of engagement that are obscene that puts their lives in jeopardy. I mean, you know, when I hear Michael story about you know, his friends being blown up by dis. You know, put yourself in his position. And you this is the guy you believe has the information about where those exposes coming from. I'm sorry. I'm not going to be polite asking the guy that has the answer to that question to that. We can save American lives with. That's not a moment. To be polite. War is a very dark, ugly horrible, but necessary evil, and our guys are the good guys, you know, Al Qaeda killed three thousand Americans in two thousand and one. I mean, this this is. This really pisses me off because we're doing this not just to you, Michael we're doing it to too many people. There's a long laundry list of guys that are in prison for instances like yours. And I don't think it's fair. We're going to ask you to go fight bleed die risk your life. And and many don't come home or many don't come home with legs and arms. I think we ought to be able to put enough faith hope and trust that you're gonna make the right decision and not second. Guess you? Right. Sorry. Got a little worked up. Well, we appreciate the passion. I may ask your mom. I got to be held when your son is in Leavenworth who five years. Oh, I would not wish that experience or it was you know, again as as John was saying when he was turning. Working in the office. And just never think you're going to have to hire a criminal defense lawyer for your. I don't think that's going to happen. When I sent him off to combat that. Well, we're glad you're home. And I'm sorry had to go through this, Michael. And and Vicky of a loving mom there for you and family, and I do thank you for serving your country. We oh you better than this though. This is you did not deserve this. This has to stop and one issue the best future endeavors, and we'll see you on TV tonight. We get to actually see.

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"behan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on WJR 760

"We are talking about Trump pardoning Lieutenant Michael Behan a case first publicized wide by Michael Savage. I was relentless in my pursuit of truth. And you are let loose donations for his defense. And we were there eleven years before Fox News. Thank god. Now, I wanna play a sound bite few that will not be lost to broadcast history. Because I've got good news for you. We have all the original long forms of these interviews with Lieutenant with his mother and all about the case. That's coming up today on my podcast. So it will be a permanent record for you to get on the Michael Savage podcast today. Available on michaelsavage dot com. Apple podcast item, Stitcher Spotify. Tune in or wherever great podcasts are hurt. But right now in the short period of time to have right now. I want to play for you clip, three where MRs Behan the mother emotionally described to you the financial told us took on her family. Listen, I can't imagine the hell you're living in it's been unbelievable as I said, I promise Michael that trials where search for the truth, and that Justice would prevail. And I'm not going to rest until your son is freed. I said the same thing about Lieutenant Colonel Cassani. But how do we help you? First of all, it must cost your money. Right. Don't you need a lot of money for this is his it has cost us a lot. But of course, we do whatever we can do to defend our son. I mean, we're we're, of course, you would. But how much money have you spent ready defending an innocent hero? Probably close to two hundred thousand dollars two hundred thousand dollars from to government employees. No doubt, you had a mortgage house or something for this. Is that correct? We've had to take some additional dead in our friends had helped. And and I it's been nice we've raised I'm going to make a donation of twenty five thousand dollars right now at my own pocket. That's first of all that that's number one right out of my own pocket. That's coming from Michael Savage to the banana family, I'm giving you twenty five thousand dollars because I wanna make the people listen to the show understand portent that is that they reach in their pockets of before they give a nickel to Haiti they give a dollar to your to your son's defense because if we don't support our heroes than all the tragedies on earth won't add up to a hill of beans. As far as I'm concerned because this is a great tragedy to me than any I've ever seen because your son is a hero. Your son is innocent. Your son is being railroaded by evil forces in the military who simply want to throw him under the bus, and they did. So and I want. Your son exonerated and freed and that I want to go after the prosecutors and see if we can strip them of their pensions and throw them into a dark cell somewhere. Well, so far we have not been able to throw them in the dark cell somewhere. I'm sure they have left the military and a working for.

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"behan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Right. As we continue with over army, personal Michael Hanna and his mom Vicky Behan and John Richter with us as they have. Now, the president yesterday granting now let me bring in John Richter. You know, John, I do like the innocence project and berry Shek as actually convinced me unless there's a video of a murder and somebody getting the death penalty, we've made so many stupid mistakes and some political and some over aggressive. Prosecutors I'm not supporting the death penalty unless we got a video, Sean. I appreciate you posing a question to me, but Vicki is actually the the executive director and Oklahoma. In addition to being Michael's mother. She obviously join this cause after many years as a career federal prosecutor, I've had the honor of representing Michael who this pardon process and serving as as his lawyer in this pardon process, and as a former United States attorney and. Former head of the criminal vision. I can tell you personally that the actions of the prosecution in this case violate all decent standards for fair prosecution of defended. And while obviously a pardon process was not here to relitigate the case it nonetheless is an important part of considering whether forgiveness an act of grace like the president is given Michael is appropriate. Well, I just don't like the fact honestly at all that we now are putting handcuffs on on people. We put in life and death situation where we're sending these guys out to fight wars. Their lives are at risk. We're second guessing what they do. And we're putting handcuffs on them and rules of engagement that are obscene that puts their lives in jeopardy. I mean, you know, when I hear Michael story about you know, his friends being blown up by dis. You know, put your. Self in his position. And you this is the guy you believe has the information about where those exposes coming from. I'm sorry. I'm not going to be polite asking the guy that has the answer to that question to that. We can save American lives with. That's not a moment. To be polite. War is a very dark, ugly horrible, but necessary evil, and our guys are the good guys, you know, Al Qaeda killed three thousand Americans in two thousand and one. I mean, this this this really pisses me off because we're doing this not just to you, Michael we're doing it to too many people. There's a long laundry list of guys that are in prison for for instances like yours. And I don't think it's fair. We're going to ask you to go fight bleed die risk your life. And and many don't come home or many don't come home with legs and arms. I think we ought to be able to put enough faith hope and trust that you're gonna make the right decision and not second. Guess you? Right, right. Sorry. Got a little worked up. Well, we appreciate the passion on ask him on. I gotta be held when your son is in Leavenworth for five years. Oh, I would not wish that experience on for. And it was you know, again as as John was saying, I mean, I when he was returning. Working in the office. And just never think you're going to have to hire a criminal defense lawyer for your don't think that's going to happen when you sent off to combat worry when I sent him off to combat that. Well, we're glad you're home. And I'm sorry had to go through this, Michael. And and Vicky of oh, a loving mom, therefore you and family, and I do thank you for serving your country. We owed you better than this though. This is you did not deserve this. This has to stop and wanna wish you the best all future endeavors, and we'll see you on TV tonight. We get to actually see.

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"behan" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

10:19 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Was former army first Lieutenant Michael Behan a- and him discussing after spending five years in prison talking about his release earlier yesterday. The president has granted quote today. President Donald J Trump. This was yesterday signed an executive grant of clemency parentheses full pardon for former army first Lieutenant Michael Behan Bahana of Oklahoma. Now two thousand and nine military court had sentenced Mr. Behan to twenty five years in prison for on premeditated murder in a combat zone and after judgment. However, the US army's highest appellate court noted concern about how the trial court had handled Mr. Behan his claim of self-defence. Additionally, the army clemency and parole board. Reduced the sentence to fifteen years and parole, Tim as soon as he was eligible in two thousand fourteen after five years served of a sentence upon his release. Dozens of patriot guard motorcycle riders met Mr. Bohannon escort escort him back to his home in Oklahoma and his cases attracted broad support from the military, Oklahoma elected officials, and the public have thirty seven generals admirals along with the former inspector general of the department of defense signing a brief in support of Mr. bananas self defense claim numerous members of the Oklahoma congressional delegation. Oklahoma's then governor Mary Fallon at the time her and Oklahoma attorney general Mike hunter also expressed support and while serving his sentence. Mr. Behan was a model prisoner in light of these facts. He is entirely deserving of the executive clemency. But I'm not sure and he joins us right now. I think as I interview since yesterday former army first Lieutenant Michael Behan, his mother Vikki is with us and also joined by the executive director of the Oklahoma innocence project, John Richter is with us. Thank you all for being here. We appreciate your time. Well, I thank you for serving your country. I get very troubled Lieutenant when I hear that we're second guessing. Brave men in battlefield conditions having to make split-second decisions. And then you're getting second guessed. And I certainly did not like the rules of engagement under the last administration of Barack Obama. Absolutely. Absolutely. And and what I tell people is don't judge somebody especially in a combat zone. If you've never. Been there. You have no idea what it's like. And so th there are people out there that that that are going to judge. And and that's unfortunate. What did it feel like yesterday when the president I understand called you personally to deliver the news that you would be pardon? I'll tell you what. I totally unexpected. Yeah. I was talking on on the phone with my dad, and and I get a call on the other line. And I didn't recognize the number. I figured it was a solicitor trying to call. And so I didn't I didn't answer it. But I left a message after I got off the phone with my dad, I do the message, and and the woman said pin Hannah this is Molly from President Trump's office. He would like to talk to you. And if you would please give call back when you get a chance. I thought that might be a message you save for a few years. Right. Well, I still I still have it in my phone, and I plan on hanging onto it. Yeah. They might hang onto that maybe make a recording of it. Let's go back to what happened here you this is April two thousand eight you're young commander. Right. You had a seventeen man platoon as I understand it eighteen man platoon. Okay. And and you guys were struck your men were struck by a massive. I d you lost two of your soldiers. Is that true and others were severely injured. Well, there were there were four people killed that day. Two of them were were my soldiers yet and several wounded and after the attack you reading intelligence reports, which you drew a connection, which is your job between the I D And now Qaeda operative named Ali on sores that true. That's true. Yeah. And then an army intelligence reports specifically cited mon- sore is someone who transports explosives to kill Americans for the terror group. Correct. Absolutely. Yes. Okay. So now take us from that moment while you were transporting you. Actually were able to get this guy. Correct. You took him into custody. Yes. All right now, your taking him home and bring us into the interrogation of this guy, and what happened in that interrogation room. So the interrogation was done on on my behalf. Because he was he was released. And I know some people are going to say, well, why was he released he was released because at the time you had to have to intelligence reports on a detainee in order to keep that detainee for further questioning and possible further detention. Well that the army had said they only had one report which there were there were more. But there there there's other things that that were in play in order for months where to get released anyway. So. I end up wanting to question him, of course, to get more Intel out of him because information in impels what runs the counterinsurgency, which is what we were fighting the time and so fast forward to me take in months war out to the covert to question him. I told him I wanted some specific information, which was I wanted to know the others that were in play. In other words, you wanted to learn what other people are involved in this al-qaeda's cell, right? That were killing American soldiers. So you have to protect your fellow soldiers from future attacks like what you witnessed when you lost four guys in a day to from your particular platoon. Right, right. Yeah. And and so I'm trying to get this information. Out of them. And and of course, he's he's a season Al Qaeda terrorists. And of course, he doesn't just answer questions. Anytime you ask them. So there were techniques better use in order to get information out of people like that. And you are in torturing me were waterboarding guy. I don't think waterboarding is torture anyway. But you not you're just using basic interrogation techniques. Correct. Basic and basic for for over there. One of which was was winning a weapon at at Montour. And and trying to get information out of them. Because he he would say, I don't know every question. I asked him he kept saying, I don't know. I don't know. So, you know, in order for those techniques to be effective, you have to make it feel like, you know, the guy is he's in danger. He's gonna he's gonna die, and I was telling him that. And he fine. Finally, that's mine. Perpetrator that something that I didn't recognize that book a little bit of Arabic, but not enough to understand what he said. And so I said to my mind turpitude or something I didn't recognize I turn to my interpreter to get the translation and months or throw the piece of concrete at me which hits right beside my head, and as I turned to look toward months or he's standing up reaching out with the hands towards me and my weapon. So I was cuffed. I was he what he was club. He what and we had cut the flex cuffs off him along with with his clothes, which was another technique that that unfortunately, I mean does us over there. Technique that used to humiliate, you know, the guy you're questioning so all right. So let me get to sell you. He reaches for your gun. And you you're now your life is in jeopardy. You have to make a split-second decision. And you and you kill the guy. Yes. Okay. I don't think any American. That's not in that situation as a right to judge your decision making, and you had witnesses that I didn't terp it, or at least they can testify to your account of what happened, correct? Yes. Okay. So you story is confirmed. It should be case closed here. And then we find out later that the court martial that. Prosecutors didn't notify your defense attorneys that have forensic expert for the prosecution cited with your version of events surrounding the shooting. They held back that exculpatory information. That's correct. Yes. And can I just put this Dickey? I can just put a fine point on that the case during the court martial government never entered the forensic evidence forensic which was consistent with that's called withholding scope Atari evidence that's evidence that would have freed your son. That's right. And they cut that expert home. So that he couldn't have to getting testify, but the friends that evidence supported Michael jersian of what happened during the interrogation. Unbelievable story. All right. Quick break. We'll have more with a former army first Lieutenant Michael the Hannah and his mother and also John Richter is with us as well as the president yesterday signing an executive grant of clemency of full pardon for the issues. We just been talking about while more on the other side..

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Trump, Oklahoma And Army discussed on News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

News and Information with Dave Williams and Amy Chodroff

00:32 sec | 3 years ago

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"Worse. President Trump has pardoned. Former US soldier convicted in two thousand nine of killing an Iraqi prisoner. Joe Ramsey reports. Trump signed an executive grant of clemency Monday, full pardon for Michael Behan of Oklahoma. The former army I was convicted in two thousand nine of unpremeditated murder in a combat zone. After killing us suspected al-qaeda terrorist in Iraq, a military court had sentenced to twenty five years in prison. But the army's highest appellate court had noted concern about how a trial court had handled his claim of self defense and beheads case attractive broad support from the military, Oklahoma, elected officials and the

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"behan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Enormously pleased that me and more has released are courageous reporters while loan and also since their arrest five hundred eleven days ago, they have become symbols of the importance of press freedom around the world. We welcome their return. They reporters were sentenced to seven years behind bars back in September. After investigating the killings of rogue Inga Muslims at the hands of soldiers and Buddhist villagers police here in Boston break up a human trafficking ring in the city's Chinatown neighborhood to women under arrest now following a joint investigation with the. FBI Joe phone of Medford and may John of Boston both expected to face charges and Boston municipal court later today. A former US soldier serving time for the killing of an Iraqi prisoner ten years ago is off the hook President Trump has pardoned. Lieutenant Michael Behan Behan claims the prisoner was reaching for a weapon and he acted in self defense. CBS news military analyst retired army Colonel Jeff McCausland says Iraq during that time was very dangerous and confusing place. This was a fine young officer who had performed very well up until this particular moment in likely had the respect an admiration of the soldiers under his command and those like myself who have served in combat can sympathize degree combat by its very nature is dangerous deadly chaotic stressful and all the things you can think that are nasty. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, says Behan ah is entirely deserving of the pardon me while an army clemency board reduced his sentence. And he was pardoned paroled rather five years ago. It is five six thirty nine over now too. Andrew O'day, Bloomberg business. Good morning. Stock futures losing ground down about a half percent. Trade worries linger Wall Street managed to drag itself back after an early sharp selloff yesterday with big averages losing a half percent or less news. The China's vice premier will. Visit the US for talks this week has investors hoping trade deal may be salvaged. Even as the USS higher tariffs on Chinese goods are set to take effect Friday. Three dating apps have been removed from apple and Google app. Stores after the Federal Trade Commission said they violate a children's privacy law. Three apps are meat twenty-four fast, meat and meat for you. They collect users birthdates Email address as real time location data and photos users twelve and younger we're able to access and use the apps even though their privacy policies said they couldn't Andrew O'day lemberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio coming up happier for much shinier. Silkier foster has really mellowed. A lot Sheba is a hundred and five lean pounds of shining smooth. Happy dog for life..

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"behan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The very, you know, he's the worries around the world leads these crises are, you know, in two thousand three until now we are in twenty nine teen these crises it's never of the hero Yima, actually, you know, he can meet crime in for the people. They are displaced. They don't wanna have food. They don't have a mood water. Now, you know, our people are still dying by hanger on, you know, by Lee of the shooter, the military leaders who've taken power in sedan now Behan guy can not his deputy in duffel. Yeah. You know, the military leader of transitional consulate Sudan. Actually, you know, he was government in central Darfur in Dowling, really, you know, he committed crime, and he is doubly genuine belong to the Moussa. He is quality. You know that and these border guard comedian climb destroyed, you know, the interest infrastructure, and we are calling for the international community under the international organization. You know, like I see to make investigation for Burma Hahn and Hahn himself months would like to jets, and there's not an I get to among the flurries about his deputy. He he met T himself. He's a lot of the part of all regime both of them, you know, is one of the part of the old regime and humidity himself in previous. I, you know, you were there is the beach himself give him, you know, goggles, and we you know to kill people. They are by the Rideau of you know, they are fighting rebuild. He never fighting Ribble if I see million and he kills billion a now as we are that Sudanese people. Imagine you peaceful administration and over the, but here we don't need country. Now, you know to deal by the military our country, they are a more from the military administration. Now, you know, it's time for a Sudanese people to a very the civil administration to deal this country for two years, and then you know, you're going to repeat sell for day election. There are plenty of people. Among the protesters who night. Jimeta fill that he protected them from the other parts of the military during the demonstrations. Do you feel that the forties? Think that voice is being ignored right now incident yard full, you know, he made himself he play game, and he pretending to protect peaceful ministration, but he has another on mission on to lead this country. Any never has vacation ceritificate NSM tie immuno comedic crime in Darfur..

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Early to wed: child marriage in Africa

The Economist: The Intelligence

06:44 min | 3 years ago

Early to wed: child marriage in Africa

"Each year in sub Saharan Africa more than third of girls Mary before the age of eighteen in a country such as nesia the rate is high as three at a four. The practice. Persists mainly in places that are remote and underdeveloped. But as our correspondent Tom Gardner found some lessons on how to reduce child. Marriage rates can be gleaned from an unexpected place. I went to this village in Highland easier. Pickled come up sort of place that hasn't changed. Great deal over the centuries is still very much traditional society religious, smallholder farmers. But what's interesting is? It seem particularly good results in the last four or five years and bringing what was relatively high prevalence of child marriage down quite dramatically one-third of the villages in this district reported no child marriages at all last year and the combat village. I went to had one and is that unusual in Ethiopia. Well, this brutally. Speaking is the story every year appear. There was once a month. Africa's top five countries for marriage so talking almost fifty percent of women marrying before they were eighteen the practice dropped by third in the past decade, which is the world's sharpest decline. So in the village of I met work. Eighteen years old two years ago when she was eleven apparent decided to happen, married, basically for economic reasons, which is to logic and the root of this practice school was too expensive to them. So it was time for her to be married. And what did she tell you about how she felt when this plan for her had become clear what she worried about. The tiger. Where? She she told me through my translate that she now the goals the women who've been married young. And she still have it suffered in ticklish. You mentioned her mother who married at the age of ten. That I was a civil or. How much she physically when she gave birth, but we're managed to to escape the marriage that had had been arranged. How crucially see to the initiative? She's centrally reported her parents to her school principal and two local officials the officials than to parents and persuaded them to cancel the wedding comes the preparations, and you mentioned that her mother herself had married. Young is not common for victims of child marriage to pass the practice onto their own daughters. Well, yes, you know, I met a woman would. Behan ella? Give it but alone herself at nine and she tried three times to thirteen into marriage with an older, man. She told me just how much she suffered as a job. Doc times repeatedly and the child at fourteen then why does he want that for her teenage daughter? America to talk with an husband. I could walk on the family farm. She was sick herself. And she said she wanted to bring another man into the household who could have. Thought is that again, and she also told me to say used to older sisters had gone to school and hadn't been successful. So she didn't want to say do the same. Somewhat. Chris why nutty, and you're kind of speaks to some of the kind of cultural factors as well. They're play here beyond simply economics. And I was told by some of the low cools that there's a belief that goes want to exceed in education. The I go she mentioned, particularly when the older generation. There are still these derogatory terms for girls who married an older age we met a boy in the village as well who told me that the older generation believes the practice leads to stronger. Marriages genetic collagen, the children Marian and grow up together. They have this kind of strong bond, but I mean in practice the groom is much older. And the concern really is to ensure the Jewish the bride by magnum young. But what can be learned from Ethiopia success in reducing child? Marriage rates. I think we've had some really good positive improvements in declines in child marriage at the national level at Abell. Aero car is country director at the Population Council. I think though that the progress that we've made has been patchy and confined to certain regions most of the declines have been in urban areas and also in specific regions like the horror region because I'm horror has traditionally been known as a child marriage hotspot, it has had a lot of attention over the past ten years perhaps to the detriment of some other regions that received less attention. But in terms of the progress that we're seeing OB it's in Apache way, anyth- Euboea or their their lessons to be drawn about what's being done that could benefit other countries. Yeah, I think first and foremost is government commitment in Ethiopia. The European government has committed at the two thousand fourteen London girls summit to? Radically Chelm marriage and GM by twenty twenty five up to now, they still chair the alliance to end child marriage, and they're making a lot of efforts to really see. This is the last generation of girls that subjected by the practice, but at the same time, I also think that across sub Saharan Africa, different governments and also programmers have to pay attention to the patterns of child marriage because it's not a one-size-fits-all solution. You have different patterns and different cultural practices surrounding child marriage. And that kind of implies different approaches to tackling the practice. Critical variable tends to be buying some community leaders in particular religious ones like Preasto, ma'am. So in Kamata is back to the village breezed. And then you have to have better now. Which is very much opposed to an advocate of child marriage. Bush to his judging I think really mattered in terms of change in the attitudes of the rest of the community as very religiously about country and traditionally offered oaks Christian priests promotes a child marriage because they themselves practice it in order to marry virgins simile imams of vote the prophets marriage to a young go as a justification. So that you can get the religious leaders onside than the rest of the community is likely to follow. And so Tom, you really do see this message being spread and change really taking hold. I think it's going to be very educated entirely. But I think I think there are reasons to be hopeful, I think the better educated society becomes the move the practice will fade away. And I think after Jude's among the younger generation of changing you could hit that from one of the girls, I meant to say. Have you?

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"behan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sudan, I came the protests than astonishing couple of days the end of last week when President Bashar fell after thirty years and the general who replaced him step down just a day later. The new leader another general of the fatty Behan says he will bring change and open talks with a Sudanese professionals association, which has been leading the process we can speak. Not jet ferried from that organization. I of a what a your main demands right now jet. Thank you very much. It's just me quarter to before we start. Negotiation which resist here on choice. This happening with forces of your. Chained which includes a significant it's because of Jane. The speed of the beginning of this year's including or. Consensus forces the scene forces assembly and unionist council. Lightest? Political so variety of opposition forces. Yes. Production. It's. These forces of organization this I've met with cows. Cows and propose safety months, which actually what is funny doing tation over because of. What is this in the? Of. So these details. The foreign ownership of the states. The in the core here missed this increased of the village of fear is. The the trials of of of. The leaders of the g this of all the state of people using in Iran. And sick. And the we completely reject any military council. We see civilian positition army to be the conc- Bishen do as vegan company. Those really wise spread wide demands. In the sense, according seven in administration completely getting rid of any trace of the regime. Do you feel that is something general Behan and he's transitional mention council, and he's prepared to countenance? Demands it strikes. These Albright's for people who have been taking this feet for over four months still, including numbers investigates. Z size, nor will be taking these people have accused his force. All. The game for these tried to the sweep me off to replace all give. We we need to prove to the people that we use. The for beaching these ones of the east of Kabul. Okay. I'm very from cintas. Pressurization? Thank you very much for talking to us. It's coming up to eighteen minutes to the sports on the way. The I did you hear the message from the bottom of the ocean. I'm talking, of course, about the press conference held by the president of the Seychelles Donnie for he took a plunge in a submersible down to the bottom of the Indian Ocean. And he made a plea to the world down at the Boston sitting next to American pilot today..

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"behan" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

03:27 min | 3 years ago

"behan" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"When you start to to mention your mum right in order to get some sympathy. Or we start talking about the pirates happen afterwards or near the when you meant to be party attraction, and you sell never, you know, you, you know, you flip. So I'm pretty sure she's away. She's flop, but why do think reminder of is again, I was just myself. I tried to kind of keep that kind of same workup, Behan consistency. I am a firm believer that how you do one thing things. I think right. And I may be in some respects or just also respects me audience comes into I think you have to treat the audience respect whenever wherever you are stay that you're doing especially under the case. Maybe it's a bit more disappointed because you know, she finally got what she wanted in her career. And for me, I was been a big fan before. I even knew she was. Oddly enough when I went to l a couple years ago to go to the first Gulf winder, let's say the second goal finding ever I think a couple of years ago. Right. I wanted to LA on my own some random out there in the mazing hostile stadium. I think the Hollywood was it would've auto one of those things USA Hollywood one of those hostile is really good hostile truck it really good vibes. And which is not really a given right now. Have been too, especially. No, actually, maybe owning Europe actually for the most part of you go to they don't really have the best of vibrate. Because whole idea about hostile to kind of unite people who are maybe, you know, vagabond ING alone at the same time. And you can kind of, you know, cross pas maybe up knows maybe decide that you met someone that you really like the best we're gonna turn into like travel, and you're gonna go off and kind of adventure would yourselves never place. Right. So it's kind of good player meet people. It's gonna be down tools. Recompete decompress review. We wanna go, blah, blah, blah. So it's supposed to win to amazing. Great time end up in a great bunch of light museum straighten due to out of things I think impossible to me dick, Decima strata new-zealand. Right. They had them they'll exist. They all the most safest guys ever in a world, especially if you don't mind that solve like Laffy jockey, mentally guy. Right. Some people some guys don't let that kind of personality. Don't like that. You know, that kind of dude by love that dude that dude is my friend because I I'm probably that guy anyway down by trying suppress it and try know active. It was his decay is quote, unquote. But there were maze. No, great law, and we ended up going out. So being that by the ticket to go to a comedy comedy show in LA. And we went to the law factory, actually, which is awesome. End up seeing Lear because one of the actually one of the gills and the group she was a big fan of crystallization going secrecy Lear and luckily night, we'll end up seeing Tony rock and Tiffany haddish has hosting at night and ten Rickles paid for focus eleo when closeouts offing and there's a great experience. And I got Stephen hundred for first time obstacle show force kind of knew how it worked. But usually the host, isn't you someone you kind of keep an eye on all you of remember. But we we over Tiffany haddish was number one show to mazing. Right. So it was quite cool to see this really attractive Makomo stage by introducing comedians, and whatever may be so that helped but number two she has such a commanding presence at a room. She just kept debate. Everyone's attention. She held your attention should riffing with people from the stage. Most of it like she had a few maybe subject for the most part..

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Scott Belsky brings Photoshop to the iPad

The Vergecast

03:13 min | 4 years ago

Scott Belsky brings Photoshop to the iPad

"Week's interview episode is with Scott Belsky from adobe. He's adobe chief product officer in charge of creative cloud and adobe just put out Photoshop c. c. four, the ipad. It's the full code base of Photoshop on the ipad. It's taken them forever to do it. They finally made the move. We actually got an early preview of it. We've had it for a week before the announcement. Lee, one of our tech reporters and an excellent web comic artists has been using it for a week. You can look at that video on the site. Dominant. I sat down with Scott. We talked about why they decided to put Photoshop on the ipad. Now how it's going to be different and where it's going next to really interesting interview that gets, I would say a little bit philosophical a little bit weird. I think you're gonna like it, check it out. Okay. We're here with Scott Belsky who is the chief product officer at adobe. He oversees of creative cloud. Thanks for trying to Scott. Thanks for having me and I actually brought Donnelly. One of our reporters who actually is good at using shopping illustrator, unlike I mean, I've been using it for a while, but I think with Photoshop it's something that you kind of learn over time and it's like just so many features on it that it can take like years. I think to just master like everything. Yeah, yeah, which is both a great end somewhat challenging thing for new users as well. Right. It's certainly true. So speaking of Photoshop, Scott, you have really exciting news this week. You announced it max, which is your conference that Photoshop is coming to the ipad, which it wants feels like now is exactly right time. Apple's got the pencil. They got ipad pros talking about new ipad pros and then also super overdue. So where do you, where do you think that lands on the spectrum of chronology. Well, I have a lot of personal history on this topic. My last tenure at adobe after adobe acquired Behan, which is company that I founded many years ago. I also took on responsibility overseeing the mobile products organization, which at the point where we were starting this up in, say, two thousand thirteen, two thousand fourteen there was not much there. And the goal of course, was always bring our conic products like Photoshop to mobile products as well as ipads and Android devices, not sort of thing. I mean, embarked on a process to do that. But even the thought of putting something like Photoshop to a mobile device was almost laughable at that time. And instead the teams were thinking, okay, how do we bring some of the features that people would want to do on a product Photoshop to mobile? How do we maybe allow you to push a file that is compatible with a Photoshop in a desktop like product and there were number of explorations, and I remember at the launch of ipod pro for apple. One of my team members was in the keynote. We had worked in continue what really closely with apple now. But at this time we were really proud to launch a few different Photoshop branded products on the ipad pro. It was an exciting keynote and we shared it. And then at the end, an apple executive came up to me and said, yeah, this is great. Thanks for working with us, but whence Photoshop. It was just like, oh, you know, we just had this huge launch and we're so excited about what we're pushing out in the world. But he was saying something that everyone else, including, you know, our team was thinking, which is what, if you could really have native Photoshop, like

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