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"brock turner" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Of Congress. Stage readings in the capital. You have dragged me through this hell. With you. And so did people all over the world. You don't know me. Which you've been inside of me, and thousands of emails and letters addressed to Emily Doe flooded the courthouse, eventually making their way to her kitchen table. He started coming in the next day next day, and it was really like medicine from eating. These was like feeling. The shame dissolve, you know, bringing all the light and you heard from a number of survivors so many survivors, and sometimes they would say. You are the first person. I'm telling this to me. This is the first time I've been able to speak in six years. In the wake of the sentencing there was a national uproar. And after a contentious special election, Judge Aaron Persky became the first judge to be recalled from California's bench in more than 80 years. The case also led to significant changes in California law setting mandatory prison sentences for anyone convicted of assaulting a person who is unconscious or intoxicated. And expanding the definition of rape to include non consensual sexual penetration. I mean, that's democracy in action within 90 days of law has changed. All because of her words and her strength. Do you think of that? I'm extremely proud of that. I'll take the defeat of the light sentence for a change. The law to bills were signed into law by California Governor Jerry Brown. Holloway emailed me a copy of the signed document like a certificate. They granted me the right to sleep peacefully, knowing this botched sentencing would not be repeated. I began to believe again in justice. After the trial, Brock Turner was required to register as a sex offender. His appeal of his felony convictions was unanimously rejected by three judges. Dear.
Book critics give fiction prize to Edwidge Danticat
"During the national book critics circle just announced this year's winners among those recognize were as weak data cat for her story collection everything inside for fiction she now Miller was awarded an autobiography for no my name her book about being sexually assaulted by Stanford University student Brock Turner and Morgan Parker's magical Negro received the national book critics circle award for poetry upon finding out Morgan tweeted holy bleep I honestly don't know what to say I work so hard thank you thank you thank you thank you this is for all the
"brock turner" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hearing of Brock Turner Miller has written a new man more about her story entitled no my name that's coming up to the ten o'clock hour form this is KQED San Francisco in case we are north highland Sacramento you're listening to form I mean it can some area residents woke up with no power this morning as the massive P. Jeannie power shut off got under way after midnight there is no estimated time for power restoration yet others in the bay area are bracing for their power to be turned off at noon today all told an astonishing eight hundred thousand people are expected to lose power in thirty four counties in northern California and we want to know how this has affected you what questions or comments you have about the strategy to prevent wildfires about the weather conditions how has your committee handled the blackout how well are your city leaders preparing for this eight six six seven three three six seven eight six is the number to call we're poster.
"brock turner" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Trials in recent memory she was sexually assaulted in twenty fifteen by Brock Turner the former Stanford University athlete now a convicted felon. known during the contentious trial as Emily does a name used to protectorate Andy should know Miller would become an anonymous I call for a soul survivors the world over tonight in her first television interview Chanel Miller takes us back to twenty sixteen as the trial approach for the then twenty three year old. what was it like when you finally realize that you were going to have to face Brock Turner in court. there is absolute Chad and I went to a therapist almost like a personal trainer and said you have three weeks to get me mentally ready but until then I thought you you have to drag me into the court room because I'm not going to go. the case would become a media maelstrom. Chanel Miller told us that as bad as the previous fourteen months had been nothing prepared her for the cold adversarial and intimidating atmosphere inside the courtroom I remember standing outside the courtroom door is and there's a very thin sliver a window in the door where you can look in and I remember seeing the back of the box had in his neck I thought wow this is this is him it is incredibly difficult for victims of sexual assault to walk into court in front of the perpetrator and recount the worst thing that happens to them in a room full of strangers deputy district attorney Alan lake here nursing had charge Brock Turner with three felony sex crimes rape charges were dropped because there was no evidence of intercourse which was required in California at the time but she was convinced she had a strong case because of the two Swedish eye witnesses they were integral without them we would not know the identity of Brock Turner they chased him down in the physically held him down until police arrive. he's an athlete this is somebody going to school because of it in of physical prowess these are two engineering grad students and the really the most important reason why tional didn't suffer a more devastating sexual assault because I believe and I argue this to the jury that had they not stopped him he would have completed the. the rate so what was the hardest part about making your case to the jury shall have no memory she was completely unconscious or too intoxicated to amber immediate moments before so we had a perpetrator who was able to write the script Turner's first draft of that script was his police interrogation conducted just hours after the attack he told a detective he met Chanel outside the frat house they started kissing and then he followed her holding hands behind the dumpster he said he placed his hand between her legs and she seemed to enjoy it he also told police he didn't recall running when the Swedish grad students interrupted them. but when Turner got on the witness stand fourteen months later his story changed now he said he recalled meeting and dancing with Chanel inside the fraternity asking her to go back to his dorm room leaving together slipping and falling and laughing then he said he specifically asked her if he could touch her intimately and she said yes and now he admitted running from the Swedish grad students who he claimed attacked him. I thought you are bound by the truth. I thought those are the rules that's how court works you will to this version of events sounded like a poorly written young adult novel yes there is a lot of time playing and laughing sounds great odds with what he said shortly after having been arrested. it was all completely new. here N. and nail narrative so this new hairdos during green. a new narrative was extremely convenient because he needed consent he needed the word yes Turner would add one more lurid detail he claimed under oath that she had climaxed I was livid. I don't understand why it had been allowed to go that far I think you told us before that you felt as though you had been assaulted a second time I felt like I was assaulted multiple times every time Yuri living this life this is the list of body parts submitted as evidence and the trial took its toll the barrage of questions the mortifying photos of her half naked and unconscious body shown in open court and worst she says Turner's defense attorney constantly objecting and cutting her off to make her words fit his narrative hair member in court the defense attorney voice that she now has no memory so now has no memory and I remember sitting there in thinking I will remember everything I'll remember every remark I will remember the lighting inside this courtroom I remember the texture of the defense attorneys hair I'll remember the depth of the pain you mean the sale I will remember it now or recorded and I will write it so that it will not be lost Chanel poured all of those memories feelings and frustrations into her memoir no my name. with anguish and humor she takes on a criminal justice system she says fails the most vulnerable will read something you wrote. this was not a quest for justice but a test of endurance. swearing under oath was just a made up promise honesty was for children. that's what the court room experience felt like to you yes after rocks testimony it felt like all rules had been abandoned he'll go to any and to come out of this without a guilty conviction. and for me it felt like how many times can we make her relive this after all. those dramatic daisies you get the verdict. tell me about the verdict my heart was beating extremely loud there was deafening it was really hard for me to focus and I was just waiting for the sound as guilty and she heard it all twelve jurors found Brock Turner guilty of all three felony counts. but it wasn't over the sentencing was two months away and Chanel was asked by the deputy DA to write a victim impact statement a letter to the judge to inform his decisions it's basically a documentation of your thoughts and feelings throughout this process and I majored in literature which is basically a four years of talking about my feelings in reading about other people's feelings so I thought wow there's an assignment that exists in the world that I was needs to do. she'd been keeping notes on her iPhone throughout the process and in one impassioned all nighter she will move them into a defiant first person narrative a few days before the sentencing she gave it to the prosecutor when I first read her letter I need to be shared with people because I thought this is so good this is what we see victims go through but we know that they go through but it's never been summarized in such an articulate and profound way Chanel recently read those words for her audio book your honor if it is alright for the majority of this statement I would like to address the defendant directly. you don't know me but you've been inside me and that's why we're here today Chanel spoke directly to her assailant in court she says she noticed people cry Brock Turner would look after your damage was concrete shipped of titles degrees enrollment my damage was in turn on. unseen. I carry it with me you took away my worth my privacy my energy my time my safety might intimacy my confidence my own voice until today as he handed down his sentence judge Erin Persky acknowledged Chanel's words but also cited the defendant's good character the fact that he'd been drinking and the impact prison would have on his life judge Persky sentenced Turner to six months in jail a sentence at the low end of state guidelines with good behavior he'd walk free in ninety days the prosecutor had been asking for sixteen years yes. how did that hit you I was in shock. the thing I just put aside a year and a half of my life so he can go to county jail for three months. they're young men particularly young men of color serving longer sentences for nonviolent crimes for having a teeny weeny bit the marijuana in their pockets in he's just been convicted of three felonies he's gonna serve one month for each felony how can you explain to me. Chanel didn't think her voice had been heard but it had the news website buzzfeed asked to publisher impact statement in its entirety without giving it much thought she agreed I don't think it would take off anywhere and I actually felt really vulnerable again thinking. why am I putting myself out there one last time you know who's going to sit and read through this entire thing but then the views started trickling in and soon as a hundred thousand and five hundred thousand and by the end of the day it was a million within four days it hit eleven million by then her statement had been shared globally published by newspapers and read aloud in its entirety on TV members of Congress stage readings in the capital you have dragged me through this hail with you never and so do people all over the world you don't know me. but you've been inside me and thousands of emails and letters addressed to Emily does flooded the courthouse eventually making their way to her kitchen table thirty started coming in the next day the next day and it was really like medicine the reading these was like feeling the same does all of you know bringing all the light and you heard from a number of survivors so many survivors and sometimes they would say you are the first person I am telling his tale this is the first time I had it been able to speak in six years in the wake of the sentencing there was a national uproar and after a contentious special election judge Erin Persky became the first judge to be recalled from California's bench in more than eighty years the case also led to significant changes in California law sitting mandatory prison sentences for anyone convicted of assaulting a person who is unconscious or intoxicated and expanding the definition of rape to include non consensual sexual penetration I mean that's democracy in action within ninety days the law was changed. all because of her words and her strength. when you think of that I'm extremely proud of that I'll take the defeat of a life sentence for a change in the law two bills were signed into law by California governor Jerry Brown. Ali mail me a copy of the signed document like a certificate they granted me the right to sleep peacefully knowing this box sentencing would not be repeated. I began to believe again in justice. after the trial Brock Turner was required to register as a sex offender his appeal of his felony convictions was unanimously rejected by three judges last year. you're listening through a replay of last Sunday's sixty.
Stanford assault victim Chanel Miller’s new book indicts her attacker — and the system
"The memoir of the victim of a sexual assault by former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner is now available it's titled no my name shall Miller revealed herself as the survivor of the twenty fifteen assault that garnered international attention after Turner sentence of six months he only serve three the trial judge in that case later became the first California judge to be recalled in more than eighty years Stanford has since replaced the site where the crime took place with an
Judge in Stanford sexual assault case fired from coaching job
"The California judge recalled over his handling of a former Stanford swimmers sexual assault trial loses another job former judge Erin Persky who was recalled over what some feel was a lenient sentence for Brock Turner for sexual assault he's now been fired as Lynbrook high school's tennis coach in San Jose having him here it sends a message that you know we are not survivor centric former student chiffon and cut a little rude petition a person he's firing though others like retired judge look Doris Cordell say it isn't enough that they got him to lose his job a new suspension this is just you know over the top wondering how a society that allows criminals to rebuild won't let Persky who's committed no crime rebuild his
Judge in Stanford sexual assault case fired from coaching job
"The former judge who presided over the sexual assault case involving former Stanford University student Brock Turner has been let go from his job as a high school girls tennis coach Persky accepted a job at Lynbrook high school in San Jose last week as a junior varsity girls tennis coach a petition to remove perceived from the position circulated shortly after news of his coaching position was made public on Monday a spokesperson for the Fremont Union High School district says they will begin looking for a new tennis coach immediately Percy was recalled from the bench last year after sentencing Turner just six months in jail for felony sexual assault charges Turner was arrested in twenty fifteen for sexually assaulting an unconscious female behind a dumpster during a party at Stanford for which she was facing fourteen years in
Stanford sexual assault victim Chanel Miller speaks out
"The woman at the center of a sexual assault at Stanford University for years ago was going public the case targeted swimmer Brock Turner who was convicted and sentenced to six months in jail Chanel Miller released an online statement in newspapers my name was unconscious intoxicated woman but I am not just a drunk victim at a frat party found behind a dumpster she's written a book called no my name is due out later this month she'll tell her story to sixty minutes the short jail sentence for Turner was criticized in the judge was recalled by
Stanford sexual assault victim reveals her identity
"For years she was known as Emily dello but her real name is Chanel Miller and now her story is being told about her sexual assault at Stanford CBS is directed Duncan in newspapers my name was unconscious intoxicated woman this is Janelle Miller in her own words for four years she was known as a family dome that I am not just a drunk victim at a frat party found behind a dumpster sixty minutes correspondent bill Whitaker interviewed Miller for story that airs later this month they were there when she recorded her powerful impact statement for the first time three years ago those same words were to. wrecked it at Brock Turner during his sentencing I had to force myself to re learn my real name my identity. he learned that this is not all that I am in two thousand fifteen Turner assaulted Miller outside of fraternity party at Stanford University after she blacked out from drinking there were eyewitnesses Turner ran away and there was physical evidence a jury convicted Turner on three charges of felony sexual assault but a judge who could have given the former Stanford student up to fourteen years in prison decided on six months in jail before anyone knew Miller's name she had support from around the world her words you took away my work my privacy my intimacy from her twelve page statement reach millions Northwestern University law professor Deborah Tyr Kaimur says it was a turning point that preceded the me too movement I think it's very powerful for this woman to have come forward publicly to give her name to a story that so many people know about and to publically re claim her voice we knew her story now we know her name. because of the outrage over the light sentence the judge in the Brock Turner case was the first judge in California to be recalled by voters in more than eighty years as for Chanel Miller her memoir titled no my name is scheduled to come out September
Stanford sexual assault victim reveals her identity
"The woman at the center of a controversy all sexual assault cases revealed her identity Chanel Miller was sexually assaulted by a Stanford University student who received a life sentence more from NPR Lynn Neary in twenty sixteen Brock Turner than twenty years old was found guilty on three counts of sexual assault against Chanel Miller then known as Emily go she was unconscious at the time of the attack at the sentencing hearing she read a powerful statement describing the aftermath of the attack and its effect on her life Miller's statement went viral Turner could have been sentenced to fourteen years in prison but he was only sentenced to six months in jail he served three of those months there was an outcry against that lenient sentence and in twenty eighteen the presiding judge Erin Persky was recalled by voters as a result Miller tells her story in a forthcoming memoir called no my name which will be released on September twenty
Stanford sexual assault victim reveals her identity
"The Stanford student who was sexually assaulted on campus by a college swimmer whose light sentence cost the judge's job has gone public with her identity Chanel Miller gave interviews to The New York Times and sixty minutes he read a victim impact statement at the sentencing for Brock Turner he was sentenced to six months in jail for felony sexual assault newspapers my name was unconscious intoxicated woman. ten syllables and nothing more than that I had to force myself to re learn my real name my identity to re learn that this is not all that I am that I am not just a drunk victim at a frat party found behind a dumpster judge Erin Persky was later recalled by voters the first judge recalled in California since nineteen thirty
Stanford sexual assault victim reveals her identity
"Well the young woman who was raped by former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner is revealing her identity now new book and a first time interview Chanel Miller she wants to put her own voice name and face to the story here's a clip of her from an upcoming broadcast with sixty minutes where Miller reads the powerful words from her victim impact statement I am not just a drunk victim at a frat party found behind a dumpster well you are the all American swimmer added top university innocent until proven guilty with so much at stake. Miller's new memoir called no my name also charge her life since the rape happened four years ago first a lunch Brock Turner was convicted to work out for infected rather of three felony sexual assault charges he was sentenced to six months in jail she served just
Stanford sexual assault victim reveals her identity
"The survivor from the Brock Turner sexual assault cases speaking out for the first time revealing herself publicly as KCBS is mapping the reports life the young woman is now living in San Francisco and preparing to release a book about her experience man Rebecca it's hard enough for victims of sexual assault to reveal themselves to police much less the public with that is exactly what should nail Miller is doing the San Francisco woman is coming forth as the survivor who was sexually assaulted by Brock Turner outside a Stanford frat party in twenty fifteen she has now recorded her famous victim statement with CBS's sixty minutes I am not just a drunk victim at a frat party found behind a dumpster well you are the all American swimmer added top university innocent until proven guilty with so much at stake. you cannot give me back the life I had as you mentioned Miller has also written a memoir about her experience titled no my name Stanford law professor Machel doppler who spearheaded the successful effort to recall Erin Persky the judge who sentenced Turner to only six months in prison says Miller's bravery will do much to give voice to sexual assault survivors I mean I think he already has with the victim impact statement I think that her courage in coming forward in a revealing her identity will do even more the entire sixty minutes interview will air later this
Stanford sexual assault victim reveals her identity
"They woman whose Stanford University sexual assault case caused controversy in twenty sixteen and known only as family dole has written a memoir it's called no my name in it she reveals her real name Chanel Miller. she had accused former Stanford University a swimmer Brock Turner of sexual assault I was outraged when Turner former Stanford student was sentenced to just six months in jail after being convicted of felony sexual assault Miller's memoir will be released later this
"brock turner" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Gotten. Anyway. I mean, it's. I love the legislators really think they're saving us all from the judges. Right. Well, there is an out of California. Remember, Brock Turner. Yes. The former Stanford swimming superstar or whatever that raped a girl behind the dumpster and wound up getting a three month sentence. One of the one of the problems with creating. I mean, this is very similar to mandatory minimum sentences, and the reason that mandatory minimum sentences. Can't be become into existences because of things like practitioner, but you have to allow the judge's opinion to look at discretion, look at all the factors involved. Even if it means every now, and then you're going to get a really bad decision. Like you did in the bar Turner, the alternative is when you have these these rules wear the judges can't exercise any kind of discretion. Then you're gonna have situations where the situation really calls for it. And there's nothing to judge can do in his hands are tied. I agreed. I think the judges ought to have more latitude generally, one of the problems is that she got these, you know, these soft judges in these hanging judges out there. These anomalies. The other thing is is that we kinda live at a meme culture. So it's easy to say. You know, little old lady sues McDonald's for super hot coffee that she spilled on herself or whatever and getting all upset that, you know, whatever happened happened when we don't know the specifics of the case like I don't know what happened with I can't say what happened with Brock Turner. I I know a lot of people are upset about up about it. I presume Brock Turner got the three month sentence a light sentence because of some kind of mitigating circumstance that mitigating circumstance may be wealth. And yes, there's no doubt that wealthy people tend to serve shorter sentences than people who aren't wealthy. Yes. The Menendez brothers come to mind, the people who that this is the the the variance to that that particular rule. Those guys are still in prison now, and it's a fan. Fascinating story in happened. Life must be thirty years ago. Now. Remember that there's the story of the teenager from Texas. The affluent wins a kid who part of the defense for why he shouldn't go to jail is he's rich, and he wouldn't know how to survive there. I think he lost the case though, didn't he they tried that defense and it made a lot of news. But I think I lost it. There was some kind of thing on an appeal and then him and his mother fled to Mexico. And then they were picked up for felons fleeing something. What people don't like is unfairness. Right. They so they want rich people to to have to face the same sentences as the for the poor people. And I get that. It's not going to happen. There's never going to be a state where things are fair. But the other thing that I'd ask is is that is prison. A particularly fair sentence for anybody in these circumstances. One of the first things I do if I was God king of the prison system in America is split them up violent offenders shouldn't be where nonviolent offenders. They should be correct different locations. Sex offenders are an entirely different beast. They ought to be getting their own treatment in their own places. There's something wrong with them the real ones. I'm not talking to the people or nineteen having sex with a fifteen year old or somebody out back. The golf course the sixteen year old Virginia kid that was charged as an adult for possession of child porn because he texted a picture of himself to his girlfriend. I'm talking about the real sex offenders, those people need treatment should be in different systems. They're getting they they can't talk frankly about their crimes in a regular prison setting because. They will be brutalized or potentially brutalize her afraid of being brutalized violent offenders need their own sort of counseling, and those sorts of things. And then I I'm of the opinion that the DUI manslaughter people shouldn't be in with the rest of those folks either that they're just talking about another completely different beast that they need they they've got substance abuse problems, and should that should be fixed. So you're talking about like an actual rehabilitation facility. It's.
"brock turner" Discussed on Court Junkie
"Hi, everyone. This is Jillian and you're listening to court junkie. Today's brief is about recalling the judge from the Brock Turner case. If you haven't yet. Listened to my last episode episode, fifty eight about Brock Turner, be sure to listen to that one first before continuing on with this one. So in that episode I covered what happened in the case, how nineteen year old Stanford student. Brock Turner was charged with the rape of twenty two year olds. Emily DOE, who was unconscious at the time to graduate students for riding their bikes in the early morning hours on January eighteenth, two thousand fifteen when they came across a man who would later be identified as Brock on top of an unconscious female who would later come to be known as Emily dough. They were on the ground behind a dumpster by the Kappa alpha fraternity house on Stanford's campus. Brock was charged with three felony counts assault with intent to commit rape of an intoxicated or unconscious person sexual penetration of an intoxicated person and sexual penetration of an unconscious person. He was convicted of all three felonies and much to many people's surprise. He was sentenced to just six months in county jail, not prison. Three years probation and had to register as a sex offender. So after just three months in the county jail, he was released and people were outraged at the lenient sentence in the episode you heard from professor Michelle Daba, who spearheaded the movement to recall the judge in the case, judge Aaron, Persky, and in June two thousand eighteen. The campaign proved to be successful. The voters decided to recall him. My conversation with professor Daba was extremely insightful and fascinating. And so I decided to dedicate this entire brief to her recall process and to get into more specifics about what went into the decision to lead the campaign. So first things first, the history of the recall process in California. The judicial recall was added to the California constitution in nineteen eleven, which is the same set of ballot initiatives that added women's right. Voting California. So they got the rate of, oh, nine years before they did in in, you know, in the United States generally, and the motive for the judicial recall was the idea that judges were acting in accordance with special interests and were not responsive to the people. And it was something that labor wanted very badly after organization or or the effort to become organist leaper after particularly after the decisions around the striking down labor legislation and also striking down workers compensation, and also allowing labor injunctions that is to block labor unions from organizing. The idea was, how are we going to keep judges accountable to the people they serve? We're going to give the people opportunity to use the direct amok rec- process, and you know, use the recall petition. California, of course, is known project moxie. So it's not surprising that you know we would adopt that into our constitution, and it's also they're several other states, including Wisconsin other progressive states. This was a progressive reform at the turn of the century. So how does the recall process work? Well, since we're talking about a recall that occurred in California according to the California constitution, the recall process allows people to recall and remove elected officials and justices of the state supreme court from office. Generally speaking, the process goes like this, you file and publish your notice of intention to recall you collect a certain number of signatures for your recall petition. And if you've got the required amount of signatures and those signatures are verified, your recall then goes to an election, whereas then left up to the voters in the recall, judge Persky campaigns case they collected nearly one hundred thousand signatures which was significantly. He more than what was needed. So in June two thousand eighteen, it indeed went to the voters. And this recall was very significant because although the recall process has been around for an extremely long time, only four judges in California had ever been recalled. Professor. Dubber said that one of those cases from nineteen thirteen was the precedent for the recall, judge Persky campaign. The first use of the recall in California, extremely interestingly is related to women get into franchise and in nineteen thirteen. Just two years after it became part of our constitution. There was a judge in San Francisco, Charles Weller who was recalled by the women's clubs, San Francisco for being lenient on rape..
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Mike Pence, Vice President and Brock Turner discussed on Armstrong and Getty
"So, Manafort? Trial yesterday was. Kind of entertaining as they attacked the guy old gates gates who he. Was working with Manafort and their friends, there will there Criminals, together so one criminal turned. On. The other criminal right but so gates who admitted to have an affair, the day before they came at him and said he's had at. Least four yeah An easy back which I don't know what we're trying. To accomplish, at this point but just completely destroys credibility is a lion liar I guess. News. Now with Marshall Phillips l. vice President Mike Pence says the US must dominate space at. The Pentagon this morning Pence was
"brock turner" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"On air with Doug Jenin Victoria Like people. In the news you remember Brock Turner he was, he was convicted of sexual assault at Stanford University but the judge gave him a three suspended sentence and. The outrage that came as a result of that I remember listening to all of the three of you and me as well thinking this guy should have been hung up by his fingernails and what was the last thing it was Not in what was. The term he used because he said he was having sex, with clothes on the outer course outer course most ridiculous term I've ever heard so anyway his family decided. They were going to appeal his conviction and they have lost big time the judge was so to excommunicated he got thrown out and didn't he he'd be impeached and then? Lost forever It out out out and Brock Turner and his arrogance. And his, father and his family got slapped around pretty good this week because the appeal was denied. So it's good it's good news. For as I'm concerned here's the story. Of fifty four year old Carlton Henderson This is a. Guy from Arizona accused of killing two. People thirty years ago in Boston bizarre Andrew his life He was found hiding inside of freezer at a branch spot in, Manhattan, Sarah, Beth's restaurant Henderson jumped out of the freezer grabbed a knife from the. Kitchen attempted to attack some of the employee's able to wrestle the knife. Away from him Consciousness four having a heart. Attack and then he died but the story doesn't end there last year he was charged with the murders have, to Boston, residents in nineteen eighty eight, they were shot in a parked. Car, and, then decades after that police, tracked him to a St. Louis Airbnb rental arrested extra extradited back of Boston indicted onto cows of first degree murder The, indictment based on statements that he made police. During an interview nineteen Ninety-three with the feds but a judge ruled the statements were inadmissible because the interview had, been conducted, with the promise that anything, Henderson said wouldn't be used against him So he was kind of interview is that yeah Can I get? One Right Investigators still trying to determine why he was in New York and more, importantly what he was doing in the. Freezer and more, importantly why was he in our favorite brunch? Spot that's literally our, weekend go brunch spot before we hit out of Manhattan and that was the freaky est. Thing this blew up my. Phone everybody was, like, okay I guess we're not going to Sarah bets anymore for. Brunch It was so bizarre how he even got? Into the building what, he was doing on the Upper West side how why he was in a freezer I. Guess he was in the. Walk in not, like, an actual refrigerator but still the whole thing is so weird Yeah all right next person in the news is Representative Chris Collins who apparently turned. Himself in to face multiple insider trading charges, and other, wonderful? Score for, a member of. Congress the indictment charges Collins with eleven counts including wire, fraud securities fraud. Lying to, the FBI he indictment also, charges his son and a. Fellow who is the father of Cameron Collins fiance that Cameron Collins is the sun the sun right his father-in-law right about this he's fighting it and he's actually. Running for reelection anyways, not dropping, out he says I'm still running because he he worked for this company this drug company there was on the board of a company that was, doing a cure for m. s. and. I guess they found out that the trials failed he tells his son, his son then tells his father and like Father-in-law's the one that actually sold the stock but Collins actually lost he. Took a hit of, million plus, dollars because he didn't sell his Get them anyway Jennifer.
"brock turner" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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Court rejects appeal of ex-Stanford swimmer against sexual assault conviction
"Thirty and appeals core. Roles Stanford University swimmer received a fair trial and his conviction for sexual assault and attempted rape should. Stand Brock Turner had asked for a new, trial but a three judge panel ruled unanimously against him in two thousand sixteen, jury convicted Turner of sexually assaulting an intoxicated and unconscious woman outside a. Party he was sentenced to six months in, jail but was released after three.
Narrow Republican lead in Ohio's 12th District is too close for comfort for GOP
"Both sides are finding something to cheer about in what appears. To be a GOP victory yesterday and Ohio's primary one hundred percent of. The votes counted Republican Troy Alderson leads democrat Danny O'Connor. By about seventeen hundred fifty, volts or less, than one, percent Balderstone has claimed victory but Democrats are still celebrating a neck and neck race in a district that President Trump won by.
Brock Turner, Santa Clara County and Nikki Medoro discussed on Chip Franklin
"Former Stanford slimmer Brock Turner has lost his appeal of his conviction of sexually assaulting a woman on. Campus in two thousand sixteen a. State appeals court said Turner's conviction was supported by the evidence Turner was sentenced to six. Months in jail and released after three months for good behavior. The case led to the recall of the Santa Clara county judge
"brock turner" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Tonto, trash. Brock Turner appeals his rape conviction with the argument that he only wanted outer course. Say it was not trying to have intercourse out, of course, sexual conduct while fully contact while fully clo. So how that means he should be able to have is right conviction appealed. White filthy making shit. Don't. You know what I keep thinking about the woman who he violated. Who didn't really get Justice the first time. He's guilty. And then the judge is like, I can't destroy this young man's career, two months in jail. That's it. She has to keep going to court and be vigilant probably every time he appeals something. This is a potential that looms over, hey, and I can understand at some point she was like, I don't feel like doing this for the no Justice that I got in the first place on. And then the little bit of Justice that I would get from making sure to stay on his record. I would understand if she was just fucking tired and said, fuck it. I don't care anymore. All me. Don't Moonemalle interviews and longtime. They do this actually where victim down to be told. So, yeah, he's trying to overturn the felony charge attempt right? Mercury News reported that depend on Justice appears get to go at the argument. I don't understand what you're talking about. We're not a position to say of the jury. You should have gone a different way just as Franklin D Elliott wrote. Assistant attorney. General elite car allows the moat that presented a far face version of events. Three judges have ninety days discussed. Appeal argument issue a ruling Turner who retired home to live with his pants, Ohio at the being released from jail was not president court on Tuesday. Yeah, he tried to have. No, he did rape at unconscious woman in alibi. Trash can kind. Got an act had all this money shit to be able to say, you know, to keep fighting it. Deadliest catch Edgar Hansen dailies. Catch Dr, admit sexually, abusing a sixteen year old girl. Man. Co-star Egger heads from deadliest catch on Friday admitted. Sexually abused a sixteen year, old girl ashfall touching genitals, and make our touch retiring exchange..
Rod Rosenstein, Vladimir Putin and Brock Turner discussed on 24 Hour News
"Eleven. House conservatives are moving to oust the Justice department official who oversees the special counsel Russia probe no not Robert Muller the group is pushing to impeach rod Rosenstein. Speaking at an event in Boston attorney. General Jeff Sessions. Stood behind his top deputy deputy rod Rosenstein is highly, capable I have the highest confidence in him you're probably. Know not only did he go the Oregon school of business but I, graduated from Harvard right here in this, area so what I would. Like congress Today is to focus on some of the legal challenges that. Are out there including, he said reforming the nation's immigration system sessions today also expressed regret for both, laughing at and joining, in on a lock her up chant out of high school leadership summit meantime Paul. Ryan is weighing in on the rod Rosenstein matter now house speaker says he does not support GOP efforts for impeachment, which comes over Rosenstein response to house. Requests for documents related. To both the, Russia probe and, the, long, closed Clinton. Email investigation wins news time one forty nine after more than a week of questions the, White, House has corrected. A key omission in its official transcript of President Trump's news conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin they say the omission was by no means deliberate and that the. Transcript has been updated for presidential records. The question had. Come from a Reuters reporter who asked Putin he wanted, Donald Trump to win the election Putin's answer was yes. He did because he talked about Bettering the US Russia relationship officials say the omission appear to have been due to an, issue with an, overlap between simultaneous translation of Putin's remarks and the first part of the report is question in the audio feed used by stenographers private transcription services also made the. Same, error wins news time one fifty radio station jersey went. To one point five is taken host Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco, off the air indefinitely this after comments about New Jersey attorney general beer gray wall who is a Sikh American and the, turban that he wears the attorney general tweeted this morning this is not the. First indignity I faced and probably won't be the last it's time to end small-minded intolerance Hoboken mayor Ravi Bhalla also follows. The Sikh faith the cherry general and I were, born and raised in New Jersey we are as American. As can be that said we have thick skin we've been through this before so unfortunately this is nothing. New to us. It's, not acceptable this day and age Age today gray wall tweeted a thanks to Bala to the governor Cory Booker and others, who, came, out in support of him and then he wrote others have faced far worse we rise above this, now let's get back to business wins news time one fifty one from the ram trucks traffic center here's grace I'll certainly not business as usual. On the east side of Manhattan FDR drive either way seventy fifth street still with left lane construction the northbound standstill from right around waterside plaza southbound. From the RFK bridge and the west side and. Better ride either way, here's what you need to know about the bridges. And tunnels better at the inbound George, west side the best route Lincoln's okay what about ten in twenty out Whitestone at RFK messes in both directions Queens-bound. Throngs neck the worst that inbound midtown tunnel Brooklyn Bridge already bad here's what. We see on long island's big. Three we slow. Down either way on the l., wider wisely on. The westbound side bad again to the cross island. Because of a wreck eastbound l. y. in northern, states slow past one. Six seven and we're jammed, on the, southern state eastbound to the wonton. State Park New jersey to eighty seven Southbound crawl from the state line down to exit, fifty nine that, is because of a water main break, emergency repair work and Nelson right lane construction thrown into that. Mix if we're not saying what you're seeing let. Me know call the. Ten ten wins traffic tip line eight four four. Jam ten ten that's eight four four five to. Six ten. Ten I'm Greg rice on ten ten wins the official ten ten. Wins AccuWeather four day forecast here's meteorologist Carrie Swindon hammer with this. Live report well things are still looking little quiet out there right now clouds some sunshine is bad through the afternoon still. Warm and humid could be a thunderstorm in one or two spots a high of eighty four degrees, we'll stay sticky tonight. Under. Partly cloudy skies dropping to seventy three in midtown but in the sixties. In many of the suburbs very warm and humid, again tomorrow with a. Mix of sun and clouds later, in, the afternoon. And during the evening we'll keep an eye out for a strong gusty thunderstorm, crossing the area I eighty seven humidity will drop a little bit heading into Saturday warm of the mix, of, sun, and clouds a high eighty six plenty of sunshine Sunday certainly a better day with a high of Eighty four eighty one and partly sunny. In central park humidity sixty seven percent, and the wind. From the west, at seven miles an hour it's, Eighty-one, going up to, eighty four in, midtown, on, AccuWeather meteorologist Carrie, Swindon hammer. On New York's weather station ten ten win wins news time one fifty three by the. End of. The year no more plastic straws at. Barclay, center the venue will become New York City's first sports and. Entertainment facility to make that move this. News comes on the heels of word the Disney's joining the movement as. Well the company announced that single. Use straws and plastic stirrers will be eliminated from locations worldwide by this time, next year he says the elimination will add up, to a reduction of more than one hundred seventy five million draws and thirteen million stirs per. Year the move coming, on the heels of Starbucks phasing out single use plastic straws from it's. More than twenty eight thousand locations the company also says they'll be, transitioning to refillable in room amenities hotels and cruise ships they estimate, that change will reduce, plastic usage by eighty percent I'm Jay Coutinho Albert. Einstein's theory of general relativity has been proven correct again European researchers. Studying the galaxy say they noticed how a, supermassive, black hole distorted light waves from a star. Justice Einstein had predicted might happen, the reason why scientists are psyched is. Because this is the first time he's theory has been observed in. This way the result. Is reported in the journal astronomy and Astro, physics the Stanford college student convicted of. Sexually assaulting an unconscious and intoxicated woman in two thousand fifteen is trying to appeal the. Decision correspondent Konya Whitworth appeals, court is, weighing arguments by former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner is legal team who say the fact that Turner says his clothes were on should. Have led to reasonable doubt for the charges the terms. Of his sex offender status require Turner to register in person every. Few months for the rest of his life he currently lives, with his, parents in Ohio. And the court has ninety days to make a decision Turner. Sentence of just Three months was, controversial prosecutors had sought a six year prison term wins news time one fifty Tomorrow pseudo mission impossible fallout. He's ninety five percent fresh on rotten tomatoes it's one of the best action movies. Ever made Shota Rolling Stone calls off the charts. 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MMA star Conor McGregor pleads guilty in melee case
"Phoenix the other trooper that was hit Tyler had an offer graduated from Our kademi from. The, state trooper academy on may fourth an officer training And his, wounds were mortal officers. Responding to, calls about a person a. Busy freeway throwing things at. Cars last night several officers responded fight ensued suspect later taken into custody President Trump on. The move today will be traveling to the steel town, of granite city Illinois people, there say they're grateful that steel industry jobs a returning US. Steel crediting the president's plan to impose tariffs on imported steel in loom when granite city works announced back in March was firing up a furnace that had been idled for more than two years update on breaking news from last hour mixed martial arts. Star Conor McGregor plead guilty. To disorderly conduct an incident back in April you'll be getting community service the Stanford college student found guilty of sexually assaulting an unconscious. And, intoxicated woman back in. Two thousand, fifteen trying to appeal the decision now lawyers calling what happened outer course an appeals. Court, is weighing argh Arguments by. Former Stanford swimmer Brock Turner. Is legal team who say the fact that Turner says his clothes were on should have. Led to reasonable doubt for the charges the terms of, his sex offender status require. Turner to register in person every few months for the rest. Of his life he currently lives with his parents in Ohio and the court has ninety days to make a decision Qena Whitworth ABC news Los Angeles settled three a news ninety six point five WDBO the triple.
"brock turner" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Is thirty six welcome back Casey o'day. Radio program Oh wow I I want, to share this story but I don't know that I want. To share, the story I will be as delicate as possible Brock turner Brock Turner was the swimmer at Stanford University who A whole series, of things but one night at a frat party Some other party goers come. Around the back side of the house, there in behind the, dumpster they say that they. Witnessed Brock Turner raping an unconscious woman And what would really ratcheted. That story up is how lenient sentence, that that Brock Turner God in fact that judge who was quoted I believe is saying that due to Turner's age didn't want this to ruin his life and people found that rather interesting considering there's another young person's life involved here It really shocked everybody and Brock Turner's father member the father said some along the lines of That's way too long for, a little sex or. Something like that was just just about. The, worst from, a, PR standpoint they could have gone so you remember all of that right well after they they they went through and they removed the. Judge voters in California removed the judge and The. There, is an, appeal, going on Brock Turner is appealing I just want you to hear his his strategy Again I. Will be delicate his. Attorney by the way his name is Eric Moulton Oh Here's his argument in the. Courtroom multi arg argue before he three judge panel appeals, panel they quote the record lacks significant evidence to support the three. Convictions in this, case, specifically they're trying to have the one felony thrown out that is required him to is the rape, charge which is requiring him to register as a sex. Offender multi said Turner had no intent to rape the. Woman Who in court filings is referred to as Emily DOE Never mind there accounts various accounts, of witnesses who say they found him quote violently thrusting but fully clothed When they broke, up the encounter mall, tabs Turner was not attempting to, have intercourse he was attempting to, have outer course Which multi refers. To as a version of safe sex Have you ever heard that word before never Multi the jury made. Unreasonable inferences which? Eventually led to the convictions what is? It What is what the, ad though. Would you add or course out of. Course it version of. Safe sex Sawyer said so I'll explain it in a moment. Ball tab said Also, said that Emily DOE was, ambulatory when. She internal at the party together but. Only speculate or The jury had to speculate that she was incapacitated because at the time the witnesses saw, her she was incapacitated Oh, yeah yeah yeah Let's see here I'm just I'm picking and choosing here because there's some really graphic stuff. I don't. Wanna. Read So basically Turner's argument is because he didn't. Take his clothes off Might have made way for something And Well that's what he's arguing that it's different That, don't you take him wait a second Texas Private parts were? They, yes they, were but because he kept his paying, son, right Don't you feel silly not knowing that It's just this this is? Positively what is the most disturbing cases just with. The amount of stupid things, incredibly disturbing things that have been said By what otherwise should be grown adults really. You're a lawyer in there Going wow Mostly. Grinding Versus the traditional sense where Time And you're going to go in and argue that I understand you have an obligation from an attorney standpoint to To make an argument for your client But holy cow really really we're going to come up with a whole new term here for this So yeah and that's why I want to share I never, heard that never, heard, put, like that and I didn't know that it was a safe sex technique True Well they won't get. Hypothermia that's a good. Point, yeah, see That's where you come to. The show. For the student Alice's provided each and. Every, day all right now. I promised to make. This. Transition So they tested the bone juice If, you don't remember the. Bone juice allow me the bone. Jews should be the pink sludge that was founded side that blacks are cough against that they dug up just randomly super deep buried. That no idea who's in it they never. Seen a black sarcophagus like that and we advise don't open it because. You, know Pandora or something right well they open it. And inside were three partial skeletons and it was, in a black or excuse, me a pink pool of sludge and as a result of that opening. And the the sludge being there A. Bunch of wack jobs some sixteen thousand as of I guess yesterday evening Have, demanded the, ability to Drink some of it because there would be some sort of mystical powers that would be beautiful on them The The problem is the leading theory on what the pink sludge was was not the breakdown of the three human bodies that were in, there which by the, way at least one of which one of the skulls you can see had an arrow shot through its. Head so they're suspecting that they were military. People But the the, leading theory was rather that because it sits in the middle of Alexandria Egypt that it was actually sewage. Because there's sewage their septic systems there suck And people were well they tested, it ready for. The results Sewage you hate to see but sewage that is so vile in acidic. That it actually explains why there was only three partial. Skeletons it, actually had broken down the rest of the. Bones so I'm I think they should get to drink it I don't think we need those sixteen thousand people around if they. Want to. Go round drinking sewage out of, old skeleton place they, want they want a, little mummy broth let him have it I'm a okay with that. MAURICE how you doing I'm doing pretty. Good what's up I was.
"brock turner" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Leave and, we get ninety? Seconds left. In the show and he's. Walking, out I mean where's your. Commitment let's. Go I've loved to be committed yes play the show right there. Brock Turner we certainly talked to, Fairmont, of, Brock Turner a few years ago he was the college kid Sexually assaulted a woman Yeah the dad who was making just pathetic You know I if he faces significant charges you'll never get. To heat is what's beef stroganoff or whatever whatever food you like steak was not going to. Be, able to enjoy his stake and then. Okay. The the decision did seem woefully light And then the judge threw vote is done which I? Didn't agree with the sentence but I am worried about when voters gonna come in after every single decision by a. Judge did you see yesterday as they're trying to? Engage in an appeal for Brock. Turner that he wasn't pursuing sexual intercourse Adam he was engaged in sexual outer course sexual out or course? Because, he wasn't attempting to take. Off his, clothes Herkules have you. Ever even heard. Of sexual, outer course I know not until. Just now, do, you feel better that you, stuck around know that a lawyer is trying to help out. His client no not sexual intercourse sexual out of course that's that's the law here's. Our man Jerry, Peterson a last look at the roads To find the Rams so close south one sixty nine across town eastbound thirty five northbound highway thirty six. Eastbound closed as well construction continues in both spots? There if to be traveling on. The north side of the metro expect some sewing west six ninety four's Mickley between university and two fifty? To, thirty five w. northbound slowing. As you, make way past six. Ninety four naturally. This look, at traffic here on WCTC oh Tired, of me is that why you just wanted the Jerry you just wanted the Jerry when I'm sick of you. Talking like when I was going to Jerry and you said the Jerry music I? Think, retargeting I mean I. I can't blame you know I didn't know. That the guy talked on it. There's no labelling system yeah. So there's some traffic that just. Plays the oh I got some traffic with the big voice and I didn't know that it was going to have the big voice so I went in and messed up are we twenty nine thirty rather top. At the top at the top the bottom. Yeah Here's the. Key whether we a little bit rain so if we do because it's potentially breaking? Up Will be great. And even if it doesn't break, up it's just for a couple hours it's eighty two right. Now tomorrow looks a little bit cooler.
"brock turner" Discussed on KGO 810
"A sane human, being? Shot, that Donald Trump Misunderstanding I don't want. To it's about getting him in front of people admitting that he. Lied this is all about the court of public opinion and getting him to admit that he lied to. It this isn't about. Impeachment this isn't about him being. Arrested they don't want anything like. That this is about making his job is difficult as possibly can to be for a president that a lot of people don't like That's what I take from well I'm not. Sure I followed nail we'll know in a couple of weeks of polls you know how many people thought oh my God he does cheat, on his wife and he lied to us meanwhile the lawyer for the former Stanford University swore, Brock Turner says his client's attempted rape. Condition conviction should be. Overturned the attorney says Turner never intended to rape an unconscious woman. Now the Mercury News and San Jose is reporting the attorney told a California appeals court that Turner had. His clothes on when. He was discovered on top of. A half naked intoxicated woman the. Attorney went to the state appellate court and argue Turner wanted outer course and not intercourse be fancy term for the derive hump An order course furring do gratification with your. Clothes off our course our term as what the lawyers and if you're if you're having love of any kind with. Someone, and you can say I didn't. Know they were unconscious you're not not connected on, a on a deeper level that, I would like. To whenever I'm in a relationship anyway I would like to. Be, able to tell pretty clearly whether or not their conscience wow panels got ninety days to. Issue a ruling on. This particular argument, out, they don't fall for that and a. Major, study is fighting it lowering blood pressure more..
"brock turner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Judge gave a stanford university swimmer six months in jail for raping a woman he raped an unconscious woman behind a dumpster after fraternity party and he gave the swimmer six months in jail that night fury and here we are in twenty eighteen finally they get the recall election and voters voted to fire this judge the effort on the voters part to do so because the law did not want to do that so they had a petition where i think over a hundred thousand constituents signed it or senate to be on the ballot of whether or not that they could do it and it has he would normally be on the seat until twenty twenty two that because of this they will able to recall him in he is the first judge in california to be successfully recalled since nineteen thirty two is part of the law it is something as citizens can use and they did in this this was an atrocity this guy the stanford swimmer brock turner was nineteen at the time judge make comments on the bench about his bright future and his family background etc etc and that infuriated a lot of people what about the victim young woman who is raped behind a dumpster and so stanford university law professor started this effort to recall this judge fifty nine percent voted to fire the judge i'm surprised it is the pricing that it wasn't more but i do think that they got it right here because i i can't think of anyone that thought that his ruling on this case was fair or just for anyone and so i think we've got to be able to send a message to judges just because you're on the bench doesn't mean that you're going to stay there until you're ready to retire yes you're going to make ridiculous judgements like this we're going to recall now weekdays ten to eleven am and two to three pm on newsradio kale bj muslim charles.
"brock turner" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A judge might remember this very emotional case from two thousand sixteen where a judge gave a stanford university swimmer six months in jail for raping a woman he raped an unconscious woman behind a dumpster after fraternity party he gave the swimmer six months in jail that ignited fury and here we are in twenty eighteen finally they get the recall election and voters voted to fire this judge the effort on the voters part to do so because the law did not want to do that so they had a petition where i think over one hundred thousand constituents signed it or senate to be on the ballot or whether or not that they could do it and it passed he would normally be on the seat until twenty twenty two but because of this they were able to recall him in years the first judge in california to be successfully recalled since nineteen thirty two is part of the law it is something as citizens can use and they did in this case this was an atrocity this guy the stanford swimmer brock turner was nineteen at the time judge may come on the bench about his bright future and his family background and cetera etc and that infuriated a lot of people what about the victim the young woman who is raped behind a dumpster and so stanford university law professor started this effort to recall this judge fifty nine percent voted to fire the judge i'm surprise yeah it is surprising that it wasn't more but i do think that they got it right here because i i can't think of anyone that thought that his ruling on this case was fair or just for anyone and so i think we've got to be able to send a message to judges just because you're on the bench doesn't mean that you're going to stay there until you're ready to retire yes you're going to make ridiculous judgements like this we're going to recall now weekdays ten to eleven am and two to three pm on newsradio klbj jeff warden ed clements afternoons three to seven you're going to get me underpay they make minimum wage people who should get a better job than david the david and i would like them to get maximum value so let's see what they're really worth let's go i know we can make the money i know yeah yeah i mean if you if you if you are and i'm all for adults doing adults to do but if you would like to make a lot of money shaking your but you can do better than a sideline cash by the way a lot of the your table less than seven you're so cruel his bike of buck fifty years so bad so again you're quitting cheerleaders distributed jeff ward and ed clements three to seven.
"brock turner" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Good wednesday morning thirty four minutes past the hour on this june six eight states cast midterm primary ballots tuesday with implications for control of the house and senate and for several governors races votes are being tallied in alabama california iowa mississippi montana new jersey new mexico and south dakota now in a record setting year for female candidates across the country women moved closer to more milestones democrats are looking to new jersey and california as key states in their efforts to gain at least twenty three more house seats and become the majority when congress convenes next year meanwhile northern california voters tuesday recall the judge from office after he sentenced former stanford university swimmer convicted of sexual assault to a short jail sentence instead of prison voters opted to oust santa clara county judge aaron persky the judge was targeted for recall in june of two thousand sixteen shortly after he's sentenced brock turner to six months in jail for sexually assaulting a woman outside of a frat house on campus prosecutors argued for seven years behind bars turner was released from jail for good behavior after serving just three months he now lives with his parents president donald trump says he wants to know what's taking so long with an internal justice department investigation that's expected to cast a shadow on the fbi the reports expected to sharply criticize james commes handling of the hilary clinton email investigation which the white house initially cited as the rationale for the firing of the fbi chief last year the fbi was leaking were slow offing the doj it investigation into hillary clinton email investigation handled by director what does he facing concern is based on conversations he's had their personnel currently or is it simply in observation based on look i think the president would like to see this process move faster they've been obsessed with a number of other issues in which they've spent a great deal of time on i think you'd like to see some of that spread out time spit on appropriate incursions becker general through release face on his time wind rather than their own the president wants full transparency in this process but he also wants it to be expedited in completed quickly on all fronts trump and his allies continue to believe that any centers of komi would undercut his value as a witness against the president and backup the decision to.
"brock turner" Discussed on X96
"I will divide them share them with everybody who's not a drug addict will that sounds like socialism almost here well that's i'm bomb in favour lab let's see an albeit almost made this a boat boehner candidate but he's been in the news four and i think he's been a boehner candidate the name brought a turner mean anything any of their rapist yeah oh yeah stanford university swimmer who spent just three months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman outside of efrat party you know she was she was dead out drunk any any sexually assaulted her i think it's been behind a dumpster up as i recall he's asked a judge to overturn his conviction so he doesn't have to register as a sex offender for life all poor thing turner serve just half of his sixmonth jail sentence and he the case ignited national criticism after the judges said a source of a longer sentence would severely impact this young man good yes eta verily impact i would've i'm in favor of severely impacting is a violent criminal and areas so i'm sorry he's white and rich that the la riots limited for those two things don't go together of the prosecutors have said brock turner received a fair trial he was justly convicted his conviction will be upheld are we are confident nothing can ever will back emily does legacy that's the not the real name of the woman he assaulted nothing could roll back her raising the world's awareness about sexual assault so yeah brock turner at sea door or would we had a couple of minutes let me two minutes let me find this um local story for you to sue what's going on locally oh god hike to the doping the russian doping god someone wants you to know that there is a documentary on net flicks cry echoed s about the russian statesponsored doping that it's fascinating of our they released the time a person of the year oreo do you wanna know uh do i do i wanna know yeah i mean i'm an okay i'm in a gas of.
"brock turner" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Upi like how many of us will come forward and be like yes we unthinkingly microaggressions do some about aguirre this month ago or fixing he will come at works but i feel like sometimes are they were black sheep we have a little bit of jealousy tours moute any movement distraction debt consequences darby handed out because i have very very of fuel far between consequences for things that happen to us are so it's almost like i'll yago listen at eu mo fraga's you know anyway brock turner appealed his conviction guys i know him as a stamp arabise uh jali spent three months in jail he is appealing his conviction a request any trial cuma was not aiding do it he got the lightest since sin as possible really as we we claims that his trial was fundamentally unfair um keita is requests were new trouser statement a prosecutor repeatedly made during the trials they know soccer behind the dumpster yes just waiting for confound udal turned his lawyers argued did not actually occur behind the dow's to indeed victim was found in a completely open steady you were caught in the goddamn act with the puk them talking value say behind the does to prejudice the jury against turner what is fact what are we doubting about a year uh the characterization other kramah flat an intent owned the appeal as part to shield the sick as the questors activities and apply more depravity callousness a couple of ability only a pill as barth because of the hair connotations of field garvers dead ditch detritus aid criminal uh activity frequently associated with dumpsters feeling don't the flood trash delicious don't even naughty sheikh or why is it i'll because the now you gulf was the victim to go through his bushy it all over a fucking gan hot possibly he's petitioning for new trout this as me he'll get there is a question we granted but possibly ah.
"brock turner" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"34 fdr object deford with pretoria key legiter on peres show at jeter for has the update on the brock turner case or at least the judge volved in that what a creep brock turner is in a lotta people who were concerned about this a judge you ought to be recalled most all those had the same indignation if you remember the story is tuesday stanford university swimmer who was involved in a rape allegation and the judge became a focal point of this agenda for what's the update all right so this judges facing a recall paul effort over the sexual assault sentence said he gave brock turner a former stanford university summer and he's defending himself publicly for the very first time saying it's his job to consider lighter sentences for first time offenders and that he can't allow public opinion to factor into his decisions he said kelly formula requires every judged you consider rehabilitation and probation for firsttime offenders and that's not just tim has added that that's right that superior court judge aaron persky he wrote in his statements filed with the santa clara county registrar of voters this statement makes no direct reference to brock turner but the sixmonth sentence that he gave turner last year spurred outrage and brought on this recall effort to get him off the bench he said as a judge my role to consider both sides it's at popular but.