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Fresh update on "court " discussed on Jim Bohannon

Jim Bohannon

01:39 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "court " discussed on Jim Bohannon

"Media has just no one will touch that story. So on one hand it looks like when you need a favor, I need my diary returned. Call the FBI. And when you need a Pfizer warrant, well, we'll come up with any excuse we need to to get it. So like I said, in order to gain trust back, I would like to see the affidavit. Redacted as needed, but please put it out there. I agree. Thank you. First on the on the diary, it would be inappropriate for the FBI to play any role in retrieving a diary. The FBI is supposed to be involved in cases only when they're investigations of crime. For example, when the leak occurred in the Supreme Court, the FBI wouldn't get involved because they said, although the leaker violated the rules of the Supreme Court, the ethics of the bar, she or he didn't violate any criminal cases. So the FBI would be absolutely ultra virus. If it tried to help getting a diary back, as far as the subpoenas concerned, you're a 100% right. The fisa application really shook the faith in a lot of people. Pfizer, of course, is very special. This is a secret court and there's no opportunity for the public to really oversee it. And that's why the government has a special obligation, not only to be truthful, but to appear to be truthful and to make sure it updates the truth. When changes occur, violated every one of those rules in the fisa application and for that reason, the presumption of honesty has essentially shifted away in this warrant process. And I think the only way of overcoming a presumption of guilt that now applies is to see the affidavit and check it out, have the media have the public have the Trump people challenge if there are things in the affidavit that are questionable or untrue. For the Pfizer court, somebody vouched for the Steele dossier under oath, presumably, before the Pfizer judge. Now, if I lie to a federal judge under oath, I think I'm in trouble. Is anybody from the FBI in trouble because they knew perfectly well that the field dossier was nothing more than the product of a flim flam artist. Well, there's a special obligation to be honest with the fisa court because there's no other side presented what happened there is the argument is they may not have known it when they first applied for the Visa. But everybody now knows that they subsequently found out it was a fake, and they did not as far as I know, alert the fisa court to that change of circumstances. That may be at work here too. We maybe have facts that were known to the FBI when they sought the warrant in this case. But then they learned, for example, that Donald Trump said he declassified a lot of this material. It was incumbent on them immediately to notify the court. That there may be a claim that has to be examined that declassification legitimate declassification occurred. So when you apply for warrant, you have a special obligation to be honest. And this, a procedure in law, known as a Frank's hearing, where you can go before a judge and you can seek an evidentiary hearing at which you call witnesses, no witnesses can include people from the FBI and they can be examined sometimes again in camera secretly. If you don't want to reveal their identity, I remember once I was asked to examine a man wearing a bag over his head because he was in the witness protection program and I said, I can't. I have to look at his face, I have to see his expression in the judge ultimately allowed me to examine him without a bag up. But feel the courtroom and wouldn't allow anybody to see his face except me, not even my client could see his face. I'm probably a fan of the former New Orleans Saints in any event. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo and I'm wondering, in terms of we'll get to your calls by the way, we're coming up on a break here that I would think it allows for a call. So stay with us after the break and we'll get to your calls. Is there a special process? I know a president has a power to classify and to declassify. But is there a process here, like a piece of paperwork he has to fill out C for that particular document over there? There's the paperwork that I declassified it. Or is it enough for Donald Trump to say, well, I meant to declassify it. Well, it's not enough to say I'm meant to declassify it. He has to be classified, but the process is really up to the president, for example, it is alleged that president Bush in the middle of a meeting when some classified material came up to be discussed, said at the meeting right there and then I hereby declassify this, you can continue to discuss it. I don't know whether that story is true, it's been reported and there's no law that requires the president to go through any particular step to the classify. It will be an evidentiary issue. President can't say I now declassify exposed factor or retroactively, it has to have been done at the time. And that will be a question of evidence. Are there people who saw him declassify hurt in the classify? Are there any memos that will be an interesting issue if that comes up? Yeah, or it might be helpful if in fact there was a law with a specific policy to follow. Yeah. All right, stay with us. More to come with the Alan Dershowitz and we've got your calls. Let's set them. We'll also talk about the Allen's podcast, which, by the way, very entertaining. You're not just for lawyers. The dirt show plus his new book, the price of principle. One 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo back in a moment. Join WGN

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Wolf Blitzer Should Just Say What He Means

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 8 hrs ago

Wolf Blitzer Should Just Say What He Means

"Caught one go As you probably know by now I'm sure you've seen this joint FBI Department of Homeland Security bulletin It's now warning of what they call unprecedented violent threats in the wake of the search of Mar-a-Lago Now what's interesting about this is I believe it was project veritas that broke this right mister producer I believe so and we'll have James O'Keefe on the program and literally ten to 15 minutes But of course the constipated news network and no better picture of that than Wolf Blitzer quite frankly He looks like he's in pain every day He looks like he said too many Bologna sandwiches But anyway so He said the Department of Homeland Security if you question what took place a Mar-a-Lago ladies and gentlemen you're a potential threat Your potential threat Go ahead President Donald Trump responsible for inciting his supporters Yeah absolutely a 100% wolf So he wolf You bring this guy on You ask a phony question by putting a question mark after it Why don't you just get on the air and say I'm Wolf Blitzer I'm a star as a ten year old turd And I believe Donald Trump is inciting his supporters with his comments Now among the comments that Donald Trump has put out there is it's time to lower the temperature something terrible is going to happen They act like Donald Trump has all this power They think he's like Chuck Schumer Urging the Democrat party ma the Democrat party militia to attack two Supreme Court Justices

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Do You Remember Roy Moore of Alabama?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:45 min | 14 hrs ago

Do You Remember Roy Moore of Alabama?

"Do you remember the controversial political figure in Alabama named Roy Moore? Roy Moore won the 2017 Republican primary runoff. This was to replace Jeff Sessions. Remember Jeff Sessions had been named by Trump to be attorney general. So there was a vacancy for that seat, a Roy Moore was the candidate. And Roy Moore is somebody who has been outspoken figure in Alabama. He was under Supreme Court. He was also a former sheriff. And the democratic Senate majority PAC. This was a left wing outfit decided to go after Roy Moore. And they did it by blackening his character. By basically saying the guy is a pedophile, that the guy solicits sex from young girls. And they ran a 32nd ad, a thousand times on various television networks in Alabama all across the state, when they said that Roy Moore was soliciting sex from young girls at a mall, they linked to a report in something called the new American journal, and they also had quotes from other news articles where at one point they said that he approached a young girl who was 14 years old and quote working as Santa's helper working at Santa's helpers. So the idea is that Roy Moore is this disgusting pervert. And this was, this was widely promulgated throughout the state. In fact, I remember reading a good deal about it on social media. Well, Roy Moore sued. He basically said, not only is this false information, but the people who put it out, the Democrats, the Senate majority PAC knew it was false. They knew it was false. They put it out anyway. In other words, this is a malicious lie. Clearly designed to destroy my reputation and an harm me. Now, when you make this kind of an allegation against someone, it is, you could almost say per se libelous. And by per se libel is what I mean is you don't have to prove it's damaging. If somebody comes out and says, you know, that I or you are pedophiles, that's harmful on the face of it. It's somewhat like someone saying that you are an axe murderer. I don't have to prove that that's a harmful statement. It's obviously destructive if believed. And this accusation was believed, and the ad appeared to be giving all kinds of citations that the corroborate what the ad was saying.

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How the FBI Can Use Information to Hurt President Trump

The Officer Tatum Show

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

How the FBI Can Use Information to Hurt President Trump

"The other side of it is that they're using the information that they got the first time intentionally leaving behind crumbs that they can go present to a court in a judge who already hates president Trump. And they can go back and do another rate, the smear his name. It is beyond me. The country will burn, I'm just a warning you. If somehow, Donald Trump gets hung up on miss handling classified information to Hillary Clinton didn't get a scratch. From which he did. I mean, Donald Trump is claiming, therefore, there's no, even if you make this claim, unless they have pervasive evidence, he's making a claim that he had no intent, even if he was in possession of the documents, he had no intent to be illegally in the possession of documents that may be dean classified.

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Gov. Ron DeSantis: FBI Enforces the Law Only on People They Don't Like

Mark Levin

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Gov. Ron DeSantis: FBI Enforces the Law Only on People They Don't Like

"At turning point USA yesterday cut 11 go These agencies have now been weaponized to be used against people that the government doesn't like And you look at the raid at Mar-a-Lago and I'm just trying to I'm trying to remember maybe someone here can remind me about when they did a search warrant at Hillary's house in chappaqua when she had a rogue server and she was laundering classified information I don't remember them doing that I do remember them manufacturing a false conspiracy theory about Russia collusion I remember that that was not true That was an abuse of power I remember a lawyer for the FBI got caught doctoring an application for fisa surveillance against an innocent man I remember the FBI at Merrick Garland's direction being sick on parents going to school board meetings Meanwhile when you have a law that protects Supreme Court Justices is the FBI out there protecting our conservative justices No When you have violations of law where people are targeting pregnancy crisis centers are they doing their job and enforcing the law there No They're enforcing the law based on who they like and who they don't like That is not a republic what may be it's a banana republic when that happens

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Feds oppose unsealing affidavit for Mar-a-Lago warrant

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 d ago

Feds oppose unsealing affidavit for Mar-a-Lago warrant

"The Justice Department opposes the unsealing of the affidavit supporting the FBI search the president's Florida estate I Norman hall a court filing from the U.S. attorney in Miami in a top Justice Department national security official says the investigation implicates highly classified material and the affidavit contained sensitive information about witnesses The government's opposition came in response to court filing by several news organizations seeking to unseal the underlying affidavit the Justice Department submitted when it asked for the war to search Trump's estate earlier this month The government told a federal magistrate judge that prosecutors believe some additional records including the cover sheet for the warrant and the government's request to seal the document should now be made public Norman hall Washington

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Should Donald Trump Run Again? Kevin McCullough Weighs In

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:46 min | 1 d ago

Should Donald Trump Run Again? Kevin McCullough Weighs In

"McCullough, what is on your heart? What do you think about? Here's a question. Let's start here. There are plenty of people and I hear them who say, ah, I don't think Donald Trump should run for president in 2024. We should get behind desantis or something. Strong preference. Would be that Trump would run. He would win and then desantis can have two terms after that. We've got a deep bench. We don't need to put desantis out there now. I believe Trump deserves a second term because I actually believe he was elected to a second term in 2020. And so what do you say to people who are already in a way being cowardly with regard to Trump? Oh, he's divisive. He's divisive. Yes, that's why he's effective because he's not afraid to speak the truth. Well, it's interesting that you started out with proclaiming my predictive power in the past because I missed 2020 according to the experts and according to the statisticians. Pretty badly. But if dinesh d'souza's film is true, if half of what they were able to prove in with true the vote is true, then I got that. I got that election called probably Kevin. There is zero question that you got it. And it's not about you, obviously. And the thing about hero question. But the thing about dinesh is film. And I want everyone to hear this. 2000 meals, the interesting thing about this, and you were lucky enough to be in it. They set the standard with true the vote in terms of how they did the data. At ten times what would be necessary to prove in court. Ten times the legal standard is what they set the threshold at. And even at that threshold, they proved that the election was taken from Donald Trump lawfully. Unlawfully. So this is really what's coming up in the next now, what is it 85 days? I think we are away from the November election is really, really important to me. And I appreciate you having me back to talk about this. Look, I've been seeing these very comments you're talking about. Matt Walsh, people writing in the hill, other people at the daily wire. There's others that are already out there saying, well, if Trump really wanted to do the best thing possible, he should get out there and campaign for people, and he should wave the flag, but not choose to run himself. And here's my statement in I wrote about this two weeks ago in town hall. Stop. This man got more votes than any sitting incumbent president in the history of the country. Nobody's ever come close to as many incumbent votes for reelection as he did. It doesn't matter what Joe Biden got. I don't think anybody thinks that the votes that came in for Joe Biden were legit. But Donald Trump, you know that he earned every vote that he got.

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Yes Kevin McCarthy, America Is Worse Off

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

00:22 sec | 1 d ago

Yes Kevin McCarthy, America Is Worse Off

"Just Kevin McCarthy, you quoted saying answer me this question is America better off today than we were two years ago and you just said in nearly every measurable way. So there's that and also we weren't on the verge of being blown up because some trader had sold our nuclear secrets. But yeah, sure. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, the Supreme Court decisions, yeah, that does make us worse, Kevin McCarthy, but I don't think that's what you were talking about.

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R. Kelly Faces New Trial Over 2008 Child Pornography Accusations

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:00 min | 1 d ago

R. Kelly Faces New Trial Over 2008 Child Pornography Accusations

"Big corn case happening today in Chicago, 14 years after a jury shockingly acquitted R. Kelly in a high profile child porn case, prosecutors now get a second crack at the disgraced Grammy winner and master PP, he slayed to appear in court today to begin what in many ways is a do over of the 2008 state trial, 2008, it's a long time ago. Back then, there was a shocking video he took of himself sexually schulte and peeing on a 14 year old girl, and that was prosecutors exhibit one. But this time around, oh, it's gonna be good to victim is expected to testify. I don't know what time you're hearing this show, maybe hearing it after she testifies, but it's gonna be great. Among the most serious charges R. Kelly faces his conspiracy to instruct justice by rigging the 2008 trial, including by paying off and threatening the victim to make sure she did not testify. He had a lot of clout back then. He was slapped with 30 years in prison in June by a Brooklyn federal judge for a 2021 conviction on charges he sexually abused women and underage girls. And boys, by the way, underage boys over the course of a decade, my God was R. Kelly really trapped in the closet or what? Some testimony by the victim back in 2008. Now she's in the 30s. And she's referred to as minor number one. That's going to be crucial. Whatever she says is going to be so crucial. R. Kelly will also be on trial for allegedly enticing four others to have sex with him when they were minors all are also expected to testify. More convictions could add decades to his sentence that he got in Brooklyn and he's appealing that, but it's not going to go anywhere.

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Did the NCAA Legalize Cheating? Coach Chan Gailey Weighs In

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:10 min | 2 d ago

Did the NCAA Legalize Cheating? Coach Chan Gailey Weighs In

"NCAA did such a terrible job. I mean, they followed it all the way to the Supreme Court and everybody telling them you're probably gonna lose this. This is just, you know, they kept on college presidents, though, an athlete record. We're encouraging it. They lost, but they had no plan B and now you got Bryce young at Alabama is making over a $1 million a year in NLR and IO partnerships. You've got kids. I mean, how can not say this is, I mean, it's just, it's one, it's not Pro Bowl. I mean, it is not pro ball. It is pro ball now. Number two, this plays into, you know, used to when you were coaching like if I was one of your big alumni. You know, it was a wink wink not. I couldn't suppose to have any dealing with the player. Now, I can have my all set up, and I can offer them before they ever get to say, if you know if you come here, I got a $1 million sitting here. Waiting. I mean, did we legalize the NCAA really just legalized cheating? Yes, that's all it was. They legalized it. And they did it in the name of doing what's right by the players. And I get that and to a certain degree, but I've been wanting to know is all along that said, okay, you want to pay the players, let's put $20,000, $25,000 every year they're there. And when they walk out, they get every one of them, not the quarterback, not the left half, hold not the linebacker, all of them, when they graduate, if they've been there 5 years, they get 5 times whatever it was. And they got a 100,000, a $120,000 when they walk out the door. But everybody wants it now. Everybody wants it now. We're analysis society. And I deserve it and give it to me now. And there's no white on anything. So it is pro ball, it's just, you know, a different way to do it.

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Agent: Rushdie off ventilator and talking, day after attack

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Agent: Rushdie off ventilator and talking, day after attack

"The satanic verses author Salman Rushdie was taken off a ventilator and able to talk Saturday a day after he was stabbed while on stage about to give a lecture in western New York The 75 year old's agent confirms whose breathing on his own but remains in the hospital with serious injuries on Saturday 24 year old hottie mutal was in court pleading not guilty to attempted murder charges The judge denying the New Jersey man who was born in the U.S. to parents who emigrated from Lebanon bail prosecutors calling the attack targeted unprovoked pre planned the DA alluding to the fatwa as a potential motive That's the death threat and bounty on rushdie issued by Iran's leader in 1989 over the satanic verses and its depiction of the prophet Muhammad I'm Julie Walker

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Actor and comedian Teddy Ray dies in Southern California

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 2 d ago

Actor and comedian Teddy Ray dies in Southern California

"Actor and comedian teddy ray has died at the age of 32 according to authorities in California I'm Marc czar led a with the latest The Los Angeles Times report sheriff's responded to a call about a death at a private residence in Rancho mirage California on Friday A sheriff's spokeswoman and the county coroner confirmed the death of teddy ray but the cause of death is unknown Ray played the bailiff on the HBO Max series pause with Sam Jay He also appeared on the digital series cancel court and did stand up

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Attorney General's Remarks on Mar-A-Lago Search

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:46 sec | 3 d ago

Attorney General's Remarks on Mar-A-Lago Search

"Merrick Garland took to the microphone for four and a half minutes. Let's start the show by giving Merrick Garland his say, the attorney general of the United States explaining why an unprecedented raid on Mar-a-Lago had to happen. Since I became attorney general, I have made clear that the Department of Justice will speak through its court filings and its work. Just now, the Justice Department has filed a motion in the southern district of Florida to unseal a search warrant and property receipt relating to a court approved search that the FBI conducted earlier this week. That search was a premises located in Florida belonging to the former president. The department did not make any public statements on the day of the search.

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Suspect Jumps Out of Car After Resisting Arrest

The Officer Tatum Show

01:02 min | 4 d ago

Suspect Jumps Out of Car After Resisting Arrest

"I wanted to touch on the story that the gentleman was speaking to me about earlier aisle about the young lady that fell out of the car. I feel like I need to do a little more research, but I want to say that's what she did. This is the first place. You ain't gotta, you ain't gotta resist the rest. I don't care who you are, what you ain't gotta do it. You just ain't gotta do it. Just take your ass she but to jail. And if you don't like it, go to court. I'm sick and tired of being sick and tired of them talking about FBI bureau investigations investigate this crime. What crime? She stupid. She was resisting the red city probably didn't just try to jump out the car. Okay. I'm sick of these people. It's about to be the weekend. Thank God, 'cause, you know, I'm to the brim. With these stupid people.

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Sales of Alex Jones Content Videos Surge in Wake of Trial

The Officer Tatum Show

01:25 min | 4 d ago

Sales of Alex Jones Content Videos Surge in Wake of Trial

"I got a funny update ladies and gentlemen, I was reading this article my man Sean sent it to me, it says that Alex Jones InfoWars sees sales surge since sandy hook defamation trial. You talked about the biggest troll on Planet Earth. I told people that this was going to happen because the left, I don't know what they're thinking. When you, they literally were playing his videos in the court hearing. And they have the audacity. To pump their chance and beat their chest and say, huh, look at him. Look at what he's saying about the judge. The judge is going to stick it to him. All that's so crazy stuff. And you playing his content and the people that have never heard of this guy. It's going to say, mmm. That's pretty interesting. I wonder how crazy this guy really is. According to this article from breitbart, let me see make sure his breitbart. Now New York Post. New York Post. According to the article of New York Post, it says attorneys from InfoWars, parent company, free speech systems LLC is on pace to record $800,000 in sales just this week alone. According to the filings to U.S. bankruptcy court in Houston, which was cited by The Wall Street Journal.

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Mark Levin: It Doesn't Matter What the Affidavit Says

Mark Levin

01:08 min | 4 d ago

Mark Levin: It Doesn't Matter What the Affidavit Says

"The affidavit is going to tell you what the government says to the court Now the reporters are sitting there because they're just going to mouth regurgitate burp up exactly what the government said Because that's what it is to be reported The government said that there was evidence for potential evidence that the information was being destroyed It wasn't being kept properly Oh my God So what if they say that What I'm trying to say backbenchers please listen take notes write it down It doesn't matter what the affidavit says It's just part of what the government wanted to do what the government is claiming That's all That's all Nobody is even asked the Trump people if they've seen the affidavit Do they see the affidavit There's a lot of people contacting them over there I'm just curious Do they know what's in the other David

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Kurt Schlichter: Merrick Garland Needs to Be Impeached

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:10 min | 4 d ago

Kurt Schlichter: Merrick Garland Needs to Be Impeached

"It's unbelievably cynical. How people like you, Merrick Garland. Rely on that. You can say a lot of bad things about Mitch McConnell. And I have. But at least he kept you off the Supreme Court and for that we deserve his eternal gratitude. Because let me tell you something, Merrick. If I can call you by your first name because we're pals. You need to be impeached by the incoming Republican House. You need to be impeached because you have not done your duty. You have failed to do your duty. You tell us there's the rule of law and 2 million illegal aliens coming into the country. Can you tell me there's the rule of law, Nancy Pelosi's husband gets hammered, swerve and all over the place runs into somebody. He's got free. Then you got somebody who took a selfie in the rotunda. Of the capitol, which all of us own, by the way. Don't belong to you people in Washington belongs to us. And you want to send them to jail for like three or four years. Don't tell me there's even justice because there isn't.

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The FBI Were Searching for Items Unrelated to the Warrant

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 4 d ago

The FBI Were Searching for Items Unrelated to the Warrant

"So they want to leave no stone unturned And so they ask for a warrant All of a sudden there's an urgency All of a sudden there's a dire need Even though they were there in June Even though they could go back to the court and get another search warrant as we've discussed even though they can go back to the court and get An order Ordering the president to turn the documents over but some specificity of the documents But they didn't They wanted to get in that house They had one shot They couldn't do it with a subpoena They needed a search warrant because the plain view doctrine kicks A member of explain this They're looking through the documents They come up with emails or other information Maybe related to January 6th whatever it is They were there Approximately 12 hours And they looked at Melania's closet Why do I keep bringing that up It shows the extent to which they were looking for information unrelated to the warrant Unrelated to the warrant Now you have to put some crimes some potential crimes in the warrant application to get the warrant because that makes it from a administrative discussion into a criminal investigation And so they throw these three federal statutes in 7 93 two O 7 one 1519 The espionage act The espionage act of 1917

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Judds asks court to seal report of death investigation

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 4 d ago

Judds asks court to seal report of death investigation

"The family of country singer Naomi Judd filed a court petition to seal police reports and recordings made during the investigation into her death Naomi Judd died in April at her home in Tennessee daughter Ashley Judd has previously said her mother killed herself Because we don't want it to be a part of the gossip economy I will share with you that she used a weapon Judd says her mother was lost to the disease of mental illness Our mother couldn't hang on until she was inducted into the Hall of Fame By her peers I mean that is the level of catastrophe of what was going on inside of her The Judd family says records contain video and audio interviews with relatives in the immediate aftermath of Naomi Judd's death and releasing those details would inflict significant trauma and irreparable harm I'm Ed Donahue

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Court Junkie

06:17 min | 8 months ago

"court " Discussed on Court Junkie

"Tactics technique. It is not read the a departmental policy on necker restraints. Is this neck restraint conscious neck restraint by policy. Mentions light to moderate pressure when i look at exhibit seventeen And when i look at the facial expression of of mr floyd that does not appear in any way shape or form that is light to moderate pressure. So is it your belief that this particular form of restraint if that's what you call it in fact violates departmental policy. I absolutely agree. That violates our policy. He was asked if he's aware that show van maintained this position for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds he said yes is what you see an exhibit seventeen in your opinion within minneapolis police departmental policy five dash three hundred authorizing the use of reasonable forks. It is not why not that. Is that is objectively reasonable. We have to take into account the circumstances information the threat to the officer the threat to others And we The severity of that So that is not a parker policy that is not what we teach and that should be condoned he said once floyd had stopped resisting and certainly once he was in distress and trying to verbalize that it should have stopped. There's there's an initial reasonableness in trying to get him under control over the in the first few seconds but but once it was no longer any resistance and clearly would mr floyd was no longer responsive and even motionless to continue to apply that level of force to a person prone doubt handcuffed behind their back. That that annoy. She performs anything. That job by policy is not part of our training and it just certainly not part of our ethics values on cross. The defense played the viral video from facebook. And officer king's body cam video side by side so the jury could see the different angles nelson pointed out that from the perspective of journal frazier's camera. It appears as though chauvinst ni is on floyd snack from the perspective of officer king's body camera. It appears that show. Wtn's knee was more on his shoulder. Blade chief arredondo agreed. Dr andrew baker is the hennepin county. Chief medical examiner. Who performed the autopsy on george floyd. He justified that floyd had injuries on him. That were consistent with being pinned on the pavement including scrapes on his face bruising on his nose and tearing on his lip his right pointer finger and middle finger. Knuckles were also scraped as for his internal examination. Floyd's heart was slightly enlarged other than fluid in the lungs. Those look normal. In floyd stomach was what looked like bread but he didn't see anything that resembled any pills. He said floyd's coronary arteries were narrow and that he was also hypertensive so he already needed extra pumping of the heart listed them media cause of death as cardiopulmonary arrest complicating law enforcement subdue restraint and neck compression correct. What does cardiopulmonary arrest being. That's really just fancy medical lingo for the heart and the lungs stopped the heart. No pulse no breathing so with respect to the Complicating am i right in understanding that this term means occurring in the setting up yes in other words cardio co cardiopulmonary arrest occurring in the setting up. Why forcement subdue restraint and neck compression correct so dr baker. Can you tell us how it is of physiologically. The subdural restraint and neck compression caused voice that in my opinion the physiology of what was going on with mr floyd on the evening of may twenty fifth is. You've already seen the photographs of his coronary arteries. So the no you know. He had very severe underlying heart disease. I don't know that. We specifically counselor. But mister floyd also had what we call hypertensive heart disease meaning has weighed more than it should so he has a heart that already needs more oxygen than a normal heart by virtue of his size and it's limited in its ability to step up to provide more oxygen when there's demand because of the narrowing of his coronary arteries now in the context of an altercation with other people that involves things like physical restraint that involves things like being held to the ground. That involves things like the pain that you would incur from having your cheek up against the asphalt at abrasion on your shoulder. Those events are going to cause stress hormones to pour out into your body specifically things like adrenaline and what that adrenaline is going to do. Is it's going to ask your heart beat faster. It's going to ask your body for more oxygen so that you can get through that altercation and in my opinion the the law enforcement subdural of dual restraint in the neck. Compression was just more than mr floyd could take by virtue of that those heart conditions. He was asked if the drugs and floyd system were a direct cause.

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06:59 min | 8 months ago

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"Opening statements and officer derek. Chauvinist trial began in march. Two thousand twenty one. The trial was not only live streamed online but witness testimony was also broadcast on multiple. Tv stations throughout the country. He was facing up to forty years prison. If convicted by now the image of officer chauve in a white police officer kneeling on top. Of george floyd a black man. Struggling to breathe had gone viral prosecutor. Jerry blackwell wanted the jury to now know more about george floyd george perry floyd this family. That was called because he was not simply just an object. The excessive force a police is a real person. And i want to burn something about the time that he was killed his forty six years old father. A brother cousin. A friend too many originally from houston texas even before houston. He was from original home state. North carolina fadel north carolina before houston is where his family's from excelled in basketball and football love shooting hoops even to the in that way he moved to minnesota from texas four fresh start and the rest of this. You learn about him as security guard. They lost his job when kobe hit. He's a cogan survive. Jewish boy was lost. His job was voyeur. Foyer was forced to close Giving kobe but the point of all of this is that we want to know something. About who would george was as a person because he was somebody to a lot of other body in the world. So what happened that night. Blackwell told the jury that after a cashier at cub foods called the police after believing he received counterfeit twenty dollar bill from floyd police officers then approached him as he sat in his vehicle outside the store. You'll be able to see how when the approaches car came to his within seconds the pulled out the gun we're pointing it at his head and we're using the foul language you be able to see them. Get him out of his car. But in right away in handcuffs you'll see them pat him down so that the no he doesn't have any weapons now. Only that you'll be able to hear george void. When he approaches the squad car saying he is terrified. It'd be put into that squad car you hear him say. I think i'm gonna die if they put me in the. I think i'll die if i'm a squad car terrified. You hear him talk about that. He says he was claustrophobic. And then he asked to count himself. Count my way into the squad car and you start trying to count one to up. The manhandling shoved them into the car with the handcuffs on. And you'll see freaks out from that year him saying i can't breathe in the back of the squad car and we will show you in the back of the squad car when this to charlotte at one point had his hands around this deployed neck and the squad car and another is arm around his neck with avoids here when they will pull him out of the squad car but they won't ground in the problem position and women. I'm going to twenty nine seconds. Begins he said at the scene. There were five grown men armed police officers all over a fake twenty dollar bill. It will five four man who didn't threaten anybody. You will see committed. No act of violence at any way who didn't try to run away and who was putting the prone position this way with five grown men armed police officers president. None of that ladies and gentlemen we submit. He will find to be excuse for what happened in the nine minutes. Twenty nine seconds. He said officers show. Vin had floyd pinned to the ground kneeling on his neck and back for nine minutes and twenty nine seconds during which floyd said twenty seven times that he could not breathe. And you be able to see for yourself. That when mr floyd was in distress shaaban within helvin didn't help him but you also want to see that he stopped anybody else for being able to help. She told the jury that the minneapolis police departments core principle is in. Your custody is in your care meeting. They're supposed to provide care for whoever is in custody. He pointed out that. The motto of the minneapolis police department is to protect with courage to serve with compassion as for their approach to use of force against its citizens their policy book reads quote sanctity of life and the protection of the public shall be the cornerstones of the minneapolis. Police departments use of force symbol of public faith ethics to police service sanctity of life. All of this matters tremendously to this case. Because you will learn that on may twenty fifth of twenty twenty. mr derek. chavan betrayed this badge when he used excessive and unreasonable force up on the body. Mr george floyd that he put his knees upon his neck and his back grinding and crushing him until the very breath no ladies and gentlemen until very life was we used alison. He said officer show van was aware that floyd was not armed that he hadn't threatened anyone he was in handcuffs and was completely in control of the police. He was defenseless. You will learn what happened at nine minutes and twenty nine seconds the most important numbers you were hearing this trial nine to nine. What happened in those nine minutes. And twenty nine seconds when mr derek shaaban was applying this excessive force body of mr george floyd. He said they want to give officers. Show van a fair trial but that they plan to prove that he was anything. Other than innocent. Eric nelson was the attorney for officer show oven. He said this case is about more than just nine minutes. And twenty nine seconds upon their arrival. The first thing that officer show sees is officers king and lame struggling with mr floor. Mister mister kevin asked the officers. Is he under arrest. Yes and then officer chauve and began to assist.

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07:06 min | 1 year ago

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"The briley brothers. The mere mention of them conjures a reaction from people. Any richmond area resident who watched the news from nineteen seventy nine through nineteen eighty five likely her descriptions of the disturbing crimes they committed more than four decades after their killing rampage. The briley brothers almost seem mythical but they were real. People who randomly took innocent lives without any provocation. The murdered whenever they felt the urge lynnwood. James and anthony briley made up. The river city's most infamous killing gang of the twentieth century. Police linked eleven solved. Murders to the brierley's during a seven month. Stretch in nineteen seventy nine. But they were suspected of killing more as many as twenty. The oldest lynnwood was charismatic and calculating the second oldest. James was intimidating and impulsive. The brothers convinced their youngest brother. Anthony ended teenage neighbor dunkin. Megan's to join them on a rampage. That left a permanent mark on one of the south's most famously historic cities. This slayings weren't contained to one neighborhood or even jurisdiction. The briley gang left bodies in various parts of the richmond metropolitan area. They didn't discriminate. They killed men women and children their victims were black and white. They murdered neighbors and they murdered strangers. The briley brothers had no modus operandi. They used handguns rifles knives and baseball bats as weapons. One victim was killed with a cinderblock. The bradley's often robbed raped and assaulted their victims before they killed them. Their youngest victim was a five year. Old boy their oldest a seventy nine year old blind woman even while under police surveillance. The brierley's left death in their wake. As police watched one house the three brothers and their accomplice were down the street. Tormenting and killing a family of three. That would be a recurring theme for the two oldest brothers lynnwood and james even under watch they could be deadly and they knew how to disappear and they did. Today's cases one. That's a little different than those. I normally cover. But as soon as i heard about it i was fascinated and i think you will be to. This is jillian and in partnership with law and crime. You're listening to court junkie episode. One seventy two. Have you ever found yourself shivering the workplace because it feels too cold or maybe you've woken up in the middle of the night feeling so hot and uncomfortable well ember labs has a mission to bring thermal wellness the world and they're passionate about using temperature to help every person feel better physically and emotionally which is why they created ember wave the first wristband. That helps you feel cooler or warmer at the press of a button. 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Dot com click on the microphone at the top of the homepage and type in court. That's stamps dot com promo code court. Stamps dot com. Never go to the post office again before we get started. Some descriptions of the murders in this episode are graphic listener discretion is advised lynnwood. Earl briley was born on march twenty sixth nineteen fifty four to james and bertha briley. The couple welcomed another son. James junior on june sixth nineteen fifty eight less than two years later. The parents had their youngest son. Anthony the working class. Briley family lived on fourth avenue in highland park. A neighborhood in richmond's northside. The james senior worked at a concrete block factory on school street. A short distance from virginia union university. Which was where bertha worked as a food service employees. James senior was hard. Working and straitlaced bertha was more personable and was known to have a softer sensibility. Virginia union faculty and students alike adored bertha briley. One of those students was future richmond. Mayor dwight jones who during an interview a few years ago described her as one of the sweetest ladies. You'd ever want.

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Court Junkie

05:02 min | 1 year ago

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"Over one hundred stab wounds virtually every drop of blood spilled from her left in the woods. It doesn't get more malicious than that. He told the jury that there were no other viable suspects in samantha's murder. The defense however disagreed defense attorney tracy. Pennock gave their closing arguments. Nathaniel roman did not have a mark on not a cut not a ruse. They checked him and nothing. The unidentified people state wants to just brush off like no big deal. They do matter. Dna evidence does matter. Didn't we wouldn't spend an entire afternoon of this trial talking about it and we can't forget in this mixtures the thing. Rolling excuse is excluded. He's not there so. In somebody else she said nathaniel merely fit the prosecution's narrative. He was just to the easiest answer but not the right one now. The problems with this case. The way i see it is back in march of twenty nine. Everybody everybody started jumping to conclusions and just making up their minds on something. When we know on march thirtieth of twenty nine thousand nine hundred law enforcement literally nothing what they new was it samantha. Jason had gone missing what they knew that her body had been located in clarendon county and what they knew at that. Point is it had been pulled over by officers craft and there was liquid car they that went suspected with blood. The initial report came back from ladd confirming that it wasn't that nobody has stood up here. Instead that's mantha josephson's blood was not in that hard. Nobody has stood up here instead. Then the the thing rolling was not one drive in the car but her blood being in the car driving car does not mean that he is the one that killed him him. Kill her and that is what problems about. He's not charged with driving car. He's not charged with selling trying to sell a sofa. He's not charged with not calling the police when he should have. He's charged with murder. He is charged with kidnapping and he was charged with possessing the weapon during the crimes. That's why we're here. The case was then left for the jury on july twenty seven. Two thousand twenty one. After just over an hour. They returned with their verdict. They found nathaniel roland guilty of possession of a deadly weapon during the commission of a crime. Guilty of kidnapping and guilty of murder. Before he was sentenced. Samantha's family gave impact statements. Her mother marcie told the court that samantha's dot was her. She asked the court to sentence the annual to life so that he could never hurt anyone again. And that's just what judge clifton newman. Did he sent in nathaniel roland to life in prison. And that's all for this episode as always love to hear your thoughts about this case. Do you agree with the verdict or do you think. The unknown dna profile wasn't important missing piece. Let me know by joining the conversation on instagram. at court. Junkie by tweeting me at court. Junkie pod four by emailing me at podcast at court. Junkie dot com. This episode was researched and written by polly. Cataldo ski with law and crime. You can follow her on twitter and instagram. At holly hausky. If you'd like to hear these episodes without the ads and tear additional court junkie bonus episodes. Check out my patriot. Options at court junkie dot com slash support and be sure to subscribe to my youtube channel at youtube dot com slash.

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Court TV Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Somebody two years ago what said this is what's going to happen with lars. I would have never believed k. Would've never believed as the search for the kids and laurie and chad continued in mid-january. Nate sunderland managing editor of the east idaho news as they started getting a few tips. That in chad might be in hawaii. A place lori was very familiar with she and charles lived on the island of kawai for a few years with jj entirely police. We're gonna go there. And they were going to try to eat and make an arrest or try to force the issue coming back to eastern idaho. We were able to go. Did you do something to your children. Are your children's still alive. That's a simple question. I've got three kids of my own. I can tell you every minute where my kids are at where your children bay question them ten minutes and we only got one response The entire time. Listen just tell people what's happening. There's people around the country praying for your children praying for you guys. Why don't you give us answers. That's great that's great. That's great that they're praying for you praying for your kids what you have nothing to say. How infuriating that was for. Everyone watching sincerely concerned. It's almost as if the public's outrage and concern for the whereabouts italian. Jj outweighs the parents with laurie chad now located and why prosecutors back in idaho came up with a plan to bring laurie back by filing a child protection order her to bring her minor children to the expert police department or the department of health and welfare within five days of being served a few weeks later with still no sign of thailand. Jj laurie valo was taken into custody. I- hawaiian police was transported here to the quite police department headquarters and booked into our cell block where she stayed until she got into her court appearance earlier. This morning i and demand four your required item. Lawry's first court. Appearance was short. She arrived into court wearing plain clothes. And it's packed courthouse. The judge sets bill five million dollars but significantly her husband chad day. Bell is sitting just a few rows behind her white shirt. Blue tie concerned look on his face. Chad was there again in early march with. Laurie made her first court appearance back in madison. County idaho wearing red lipstick and in orange and white jumpsuit. Also there larry. And k woodcock and laurie son colby. My whole plan is to go figure out a way to actually speak with her and you know be able to get in front of her and just her son just lead with their oscar. Where italian jar can't be the answer. This is not about laurie guys. This is laurie telling us where those two kids are coming up to. Dead spouses chad. Debacles bell's wife asteria sleep dies just days before his marriage to laurie plus lorries ex husband charles. So what makes her a danger to herself into other murder me remain murderer you when the doomsday couple. A court tv special returns.

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Court TV Podcast

04:40 min | 1 year ago

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"Cover on court. Tv in the coming months. Have a listen. The casey anthony case parallel that to this. Except i think it's a bigger case. Bob not charles hundred who you are what you do with old consumer you. Now we're gathering together as saints as brothers and sisters at preparing for the second coming of christ serious health. I want her to get your news. Writing turns out.

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Court Vision Podcast

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"court " Discussed on Court Vision Podcast

"Walk me to the opposite of Court Vision along with NBA All-Star. Jameer Nelson. Been Steiner here were back..

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Court Vision Podcast

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"court " Discussed on Court Vision Podcast

"Good stuff, man. Then we going to let you go. I know you're in that bit then Arizona saying this girl man, so he's dead. He's ready. You know, he's been looking at the screen but he's been looking over this screen on my phone. I'm on do not disturb. I can't see anything, but I'm not sure I really like, how long did you work before for a while now? I really appreciate you coming on your mirror. But I appreciate you coming on on here in your storage. And at least for sure. We don't we don't we don't need to cut up and I'm a link. I'm a you know, I ain't go with social media, but I'm going to put you on a tweet then be like walk me through the shit, but I'm going to put you on a set here between it whenever we met Lisa awesome. That sounds good to go. Really appreciate it so I can take something in mind. What what are you shooting golf? I don't know, you know, so I shoot between 80 and 8 a.m. Okay. So when I was when playing I was like eighty eight. Yeah, so that's great. So we'll play a thousand hall and then I'll end up with a couple of Grants. I like that but the other day Jason was off on JJ's podcast and one of my buddies said hey Jason's shooting in the eighties. And I said no Jason not shooting in the eighties. I said, he just started playing golf and JJ was impressed that Jason was shooting in the eighties. So I FaceTime Jason I said, yo, you're not shooting the eighties already said well I had around the other day where I shot a eighty-eight and I said, yeah, but you don't consistently get in the office now would be like a Nico's will grow. I got 88 which means I'm capable I said, that would be like somebody like Damian Lillard say, oh, yeah, I usually score in the sixties because he's dead. In the sixties before I go that doesn't he averages 68 Jason goes. All right. Well, I'm just letting you know I can score in the eighties. I said, all right, you got always ask those little questions, you know what I mean? Cuz I as amateur golfers all of us. We always want to broadcast our best scores. But the truth is, you know, what are consistent average is is a whole different story than the than the, you know, kind of what we can get home. I'm going to Topgolf that's about it. I like Topgolf, you know top golfers. Yeah for sure good food good fun. And and occasionally you get to swing a club. You know what I mean Arsenal golf partial to enjoyment. So awesome. Thank you guys. Good to meet you..

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Court Vision Podcast

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"court " Discussed on Court Vision Podcast

"Help your team win more games, you're going to have a ton of value in you're going to stick around the league for a long time. For what you're doing is it's obviously so great. And so many players like John Mayer Jason all the Brad love it. I want to know and I just wanted this for a long time as what is the teams perception of outside trained. I mean is there is you can't put me in the same category as those guys. They they're low very low below me in terms of knowledge of push you go ahead talk about age when he said there below him. He's a vet now. So, you know, know how most besides Alan Iverson every other vet. Once they get out. They suck hard time to the younger guys. Alan Iverson is the is most loved juniors in the middle Junior actually does give some praise. But Jameer still is a hard critic. So once you retire from the NBA, one of the things you have to do be part of the retired Club is start giving the trouble for the future Generations, but nobody to answer your question. You were saying you were saying, what was the big thing that you were asking ma'am? I wanted to know it's like what is the relationship between like how did a Celtics feel when Jason's you know getting great help from you but what's the relationship like they're how do teams view that I'm just very curious about it is a hundred percent based on relationships, you know, there are some trainers that they will not let in the gym and there are other trainers. They love having in the gym when I first started working out daily was my first full-time MBA client wage. I remember when was I showed up the Golden State and right after practice David, you know a become on the cord. I started working out and there were a bunch of people remember I started working out David when I was still at Belmont, so I was still a sophomore at Belmont and there were a bunch of people coaches in the gym that were like, who is this short little white guy that is telling David like what to do and I had to earn kind of respect around the league so that they valued having the issue and so what I do, you know, I put all my film edits together and I share the links to their Player Development coaches..

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Court Vision Podcast

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"court " Discussed on Court Vision Podcast

"And then from there we'll just Word of Mouth took off and you know, the rest is history things are different during obviously Courtney what's going on right now, but what's like a average day for you a year ago. Yes, I mean last year at this time. I'm spending twelve thirteen hours in the gym. I mean first workout was 6 a.m. And last workout was 10 p.m. And it is enormous faith. And basically I normally spend like an hour or skill work with the guys maybe seventy-five minutes and then they'll go down. I I'm fortunate to have a lot of interns at want to learn the game. So they'll help me out and send them down to the other end when they get games shots. So all the shots that they're going to shoot during the season and spend another 30 minutes down there. So most guys are working out an hour and half, you know in the morning some of the lower minute guys and younger guys are coming back in for two-a-days get some shooting in at night the guys that are higher minutes higher-volume guys. They're probably only doing 1 90 minute workout, but it's very purposeful just so that they can be at their best when they need to be at their best during the season change and right now it's weird. I mean right now I'm down in Orlando with RJ Barrett. We're we're making some tweaks and adjustments on his shot and work on you know him becoming, you know more Shifty just moving dead. Better and more fluidly. So I'm working two days with him than outside of that. I'm just doing a ton of film work for my guys that are in the playoffs for the bubble and then a couple other guys like after our Jam going off to work with Zach LaVine in Seattle. So he's starting to get back into it. So we're doing some film work and starting to talk about kind of the Strategic program. We're going to use this summer and then the only other guy really outside the bubble right now with Brad Beal and he's resting after, you know, average Thirty or Thirty-One points a game and and having to go against Triple teams every night. He's he's relaxing a little bit and he's going to probably start up sometime in September brought you brought a birthday or speak to speaking of are real quick and a lot people like that means young player very talented. You just start with the shooting. You know, what what is something you guys are working? I mean free throw percentage is low 3% It was low and what are you guys specifically working on to make him back? Yeah. So I mean we made three real adjustments. The first one is posture. He was very upright had no legs and no fluidity. So just working on his posture was the first thing that we did we just met. Sure, we're leaning forward a little bit making sure his hips are dropped so that he can use his legs and connect his legs to his upper body. The second thing is his pocket his pocket, you know his moved in a lot of coaches like hell bulb in the problem is when you have left, he's a lot of lefties don't for whatever reason, you know, shoot with you know, a good Vision. You want a good Vision triangle you want to be able to see the rim with two eyes and he was blocking his job in a cause some problems in his shoulder for power. So we moved his elbow out which I know scares a lot of traditional, you know, kind of Basketball Coaches, but the truth is I had to do a Jayson Tatum wage. I've had to do it with a bunch of other Shooters tell you brother who had a really good year this year, you know, I had to.

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Court Vision Podcast

05:23 min | 2 years ago

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"I want to know about your career the whole. How did you make up the computer starts? Like how did you sneak? Yeah, I think the way we originally connected was I was helping John Wall up at a Reebok breakout basketball camp. So I was working with John and and running summer school work for some of the top high school athletes in the country at time in engineer was a Reebok athlete as well at that point in his career. And so I think ink tup at that point and and then that following summer he was looking to kind of, you know, add a couple extra years to his career. And so we linked up we We went I up to Philadelphia work them out for you know a week or two and then we ended up working together for the rest of you know, the rest of his career. We we normally get together a couple of weeks out of the summer kind of put together a strategic program for him. Then he would rock out he also had his crew that you know, he had been working with for a while. So I just kind of added a little different element to kind of give him some fresh looks so that he could, you know, try to log in his career the back half of his career and that definitely helps him and I mean people see the true handling them they don't didn't see like they don't see me off two times a day for a week or however long we went and you know, pushing me you you know, I'm already a vet. Which is hard to do to work with a guy who's ten years and because I and you know me I'm stuck in my ways through like let's do this going let him like Durango let so then I put him on the spot and am here to figure out a deviate the work out because I just know in my career. I'm not going to do certain things but then it became a trust Factor when I'm like, all right, he wants me to do this. I thought I saw his work enough in my game, but then it was like, all right, I start trusting me more and then it was like I'm boring around playing against certain guys and I see them going to move them like, you know them the same moves me so you can tell when it's like it was a true handlers guy when I play against a Bradley Bill, you know, what type of guys do certain step-backs of footwork, which was to me like the big thing that they do help me with with with my footwork..

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Court Vision Podcast

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"court " Discussed on Court Vision Podcast

"I look at it. It's the three heavy hitters. Acres the clippers and rockets those those are GonNa. Want that's might be your champion like one of those three teams, and then I think thunder like I keep preaching crispell. They've got a chance to at least make some noise I'm not saying they're going to the finals, but I think they could make some noise and upset. One of those big dogs. No I agree. I agree I I mean. The thing about the rack is on link is I I, don't I don't like the whole small. On. You know. You have to meet a lot of shots if you're GONNA play way. I'll reputable. You look at it like this. The clippers and the rockets we both. They're going to have the first round. Clippers and rockets play each other in the second round. How do you see the rockets getting through that series? When you break down the way you don't like their? I just I just think. I think he's talking about the clippers. Their deportee. Two guys who can be six in the year. So? Talk about another guy who's a top guy in in in the world and you can buy, and then you have. you have a ton of talent on that team. In different areas where you about the play team. This is really guard oriented in the. Is GonNA shoot a ton of jump shots. She was ten threes and rely on that. Whistling happened when when Kawai goes down low war like those guys are going to beat him up. You know in. Slow, they're gonNA slow rockets down. In my opinion is going to make those shots or three point shots a little tougher. You make you if you make them in a high. Fifty threes. And that's and that's that might be understated, and that might even be. Fifty threes and try to get a hundred possessions. But in the playoffs, the game is slow down. The game is slow. You have to pay half core. What. So you look at look at the warriors in the past, they were extreme. They were running every game in the regular. But they can play half court offers to. That's how they beat teams. They can do both when things got radic form because it. Says Player. He'll let you bet the the words were. Let you back in the game because they are solid play. This play half for offers. They could I don't think Iraqis complete half court offense. When you were in your prime, we've talked about. Sixteen seventeen points a game and you're in a really good system where there's everyone's everyone's ever eaten everyone's playing. Everyone's playing a team in twenty five year old twenty six year old you, would you want to sign with? The rockets were down. Let's say take Chris Paul and Russell Westbrook Jamir. Nelson plays that role nuts heart. Is that something you like as a player? Like what do you see as.

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Court Vision Podcast

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"court " Discussed on Court Vision Podcast

"Were Celtics in. You know what's going to happen in the finders so? What's going to happen the finals? On play. The Lakers in Brian's on A. Hit the most improved player just because everybody city fell off his girl last year. So out, West we? What do we need to talk about? What do we need to talk? And we know it, you know. We see videos of the Brown, working out. So. He knows easing shape He's a great leader. Bring guys long with them. I. Don't see anybody beating them up there. We talk about any series one on west side, but. I, don't see I'd at this is hard for me to see or think that a team can be diminished seven game series when you have to top five players in the work. Welcoming the Court Vision Episode Number Five, I'm joined by NBA star Jamir Nelson can follow him on twitter at Jamir. Nelson and Ben Steiner Yours truly you can also follow me by my name. Is Ben Steiner Jamir? There's been. HOPE FOR NBA fans and Players Hope for MBA analysts. The NBA is back, and I will be returning in Orlando Place. You are very familiar with and took. One, hundred thirty NBA teams will be there, and it will be the eastern conference playoffs and the Western Conference playoffs as it always will be. What's your thoughts on that initially? I liked it. They're going to the regular regular playoffs. I thought just because it's such a unique situation. It was a time that they could play around with. Having everybody obviously the same place and just making it. A tournament style I think it will be a little more fun. Seat at it, you know 'cause you you on east coast or west coast, you play against those teams so many times to beat up on so much. I think it would have been a little more I guess. I don't know how to put. Teams have been. It would be ready for like a a whistle team if coming from the east coast. Vice versa. If they would have less at the tournament. Format. My favorite part of it is that it could have been something really cool with like video game style a you tournament, whatever but. You. Guys, you know the players don't normally care about this stuff, but as for the fans, people write articles, they talk about legacy and things of that nature, and I just worry that if it was a sixteen team tournament, they wouldn't give true props to Lebron if he won. They wouldn't give true props to Jaanus if he broke free. I think it would have been more like oh well. It happened that year and so what? The. Players don't think of it like that. Necessarily mean you speak for that, but I feel like a lot of guys writing articles, a lot of the fans. Well Sixteen team tournaments not real. Nobody discredits. Has Destroyed anybody who won a championship. Coming out of Alaska so I think it's the same thing i. mean up like a unique situation where. You know you gotTA. Have some type of format to play. You know whatever was going to be. It has to be a winner and you can't discredit anybody in my for that. Mean you still gotta lay among still gotTa play an and anybody can be any given night. No matter who they play I just think it will mid little more fun. Ultimately I think no matter what was. It was just been everybody's upper right now. Because we got sports back, we got basketball. Something to do in look forward to today. Before we get into the playoff matchups and and really break. Some of those guys down. What are those eight teams?.

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"court  " Discussed on In Your Court

In Your Court

09:36 min | 2 years ago

"court " Discussed on In Your Court

"Welcome to in your court and today will focus on the important differences between juveniles and adults when being tried in court in in this episode. Michael Talk About Juvenile Court and share three things that parents and or guardians need to know to best support their child in the process. I'm Jordan rich and I'm pleased to be back with my content and attorney whose firm content law specializes in criminal defense including defending juveniles. So Mike let's begin with an overview you of what a juvenile will face what juveniles Experience will be like in a criminal court how it either differs or is the same as an adult sure So the juvenile Google criminal process. It's called delinquency. Process is actually very similar to that of an adult process They have all the same rights most of the same procedures as the adult cord. They both follow the same rules of procedure Juvenile's are entitled to all those same protective rights the right against self-incrimination to refer to those right not to tell on yourself right the right against illegal searches and seizures ability to challenge those things The right to have a trial before a judge or jury if they if they choose they also have rights into Innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt very similar in many cases to the adult court. Those rights are all seen writes the juvenile has and the processes is are almost identical. Okay there are a lot of implications though people might have the wrong impression that when one turns adult that all of those charges whatever they might be my goal away. That's that's a misconception that people have absolutely so that's a big mistake that parents it make as well as juvenile's make when they are thinking about what to do with these charges many any people think that the juvenile record becomes either sealed or expunged when the person turns eighteen just somehow magically disappears. That's not the case in Massachusetts. The record is around essentially forever forever In Ken Follett juvenile even into adulthood a can affect their ability to change jobs in the future depending on the level of access that the employer has was a confederate ability to get into college effective receive financial aid indefinitely effective village get into the military seen many military crews trying to come into court. The new charges ages in order to get the kids a particular branch It can follow them into adulthood it. Should they pick up additional criminal charges. Later in that you'll record can be used against them. In determining what sentence Senate might receive as an adult for another criminal matter so it's extremely serious yet on in front of these things and make sure that you're treating it seriously in not just blowing it off because while it's just the jewel case nothing back in how lots of as I say implications so let's let's talk about the role of the parents or legal guardians in the case of juvenile. WHO's facing charges? What do you see? He is their role and their rules to help guide and support their child. I always tell parents quite simply. They have a very different job than I do. Their job is to guide guide in protecting to help. Their child becomes accessible person to become a good person to become a contributing member society. My job is simply to help them to to get the least amount of punishment or quite frankly no punishment to these particular charges. In many cases the child may have actually committed the crime however. That's not my job. My job is to make sure the prosecution proves that they did that or keep them from proving they did that in order to make sure they have the least amount of punishment possible. Well there's a lot at stake here I think. That's the key element limit this is that could affect a young person's life for forever right so the other thing is that I always have to stress us with the parents is the juvenile. The child all is my client. Does this the one circumstance in which a twelve year twelve or thirteen year old kid has the right to order me around the attorney so to speak if they are smart they will listen to the advice or given them and guide them through this process. But they're the pliant Many times parents want to overreach again in the in the best interest of trying to help their own child however they oftentimes we'll overstep in but ultimately any major decisions get made half by the child with of course the support and guidance of the parents. Would you have a scenario. An example apple in general terms of how doesn't work well when apparent oversteps short confuses. The situation oftentimes dealing with again adolescence. Children's for the twelve and eighteen. They don't know where to turn they. They want to listen to mom and dad. 'cause they don't WanNa go home and get yelled at a get in trouble for it but they also want to listen to me because I actually have have experience in the field. They get very confused very quickly. And sometimes they don't make the best decisions under that enormous pressure that is between the two forces there and so ultimately the apparent who may have no legal training. You have no experience in this either. Could get their child in certain circumstances to make a quite frankly a poor Leo Decision Mike. We know the the ages twelve to eighteen in Massachusetts that legal definition of juvenile doesn't necessarily correspondent other states that way though it does not okay and the question that people probably have as I do is what of a under the age of twelve individual commits some kind of crime or is accused of something what happens then is no punishment honey Schmidt in the juvenile court is not a criminal charge cannot be brought against that person. oftentimes is other mechanisms through the juvenile court. That can be used this. What they they? Call a child requiring assistance petition that can be filed. The child can be provided services by the courts. Such as counseling. If it's bad enough they can be removed from the home and put put into a group home setting However as far as a criminal record criminal punishment? There's nothing that you meet up as an attorney who specializes in this area. I mean working working with adults working with young people is different. Tell me in your own experience. It is different You have to but I will say it will stress one thing is I stepped in the juvenile court Both after being in five years I had never dealt with a juvenile case before a first time in a realize similarities in the system and I also realized allies. You know what the kids have the same rights. I want to treat them the same only given the same respect is given adult client So we have to. You know understand that they are children but at the same mm time not talk down to them you have to be straight for with them So so your job is Along with defending someone is educating both that individual will end their parents or guardian because the whole neces- stuff that people get themselves into and it's very confusing and a lot of fear involved of course at fear and stress goes hand in hand with everything we do so we have to educate both the parents and the juvenile's asked exactly what's happening in the case that we have to make sure they understand everything that's going on to make sure that they're comfortable optimal with it. Can you just speak to something. We're going to be focusing on in another podcast. That's Miranda rights. Very quick definition would be great to start and then I guess the Commonwealth solicits as you point out to me is putting safeguards in the case of juvenile waving such rights. And we're GONNA do a whole podcastone is because it's so important but what are the Miranda rights in general role and how are juveniles being affected most people in the end the Moreno writes from TV. You know everyone's heard some seen someone get arrested in here. The other right to remain silent near the all right to have an attorney you have the right to have. The attorney wasn't present during questioning right. You have the right to stop in time. Those are the Basic Miranda rights in their meant and to make sure that someone doesn't confess to the police without being properly advised of their rights in the situation As it goes hand in hand with the Fifth Amendment I am and the right against self-incrimination again. I like to refer to right not to tell on yourself and in the case of Massachusetts Any changes in the law that people should know about head of affected juveniles knits. It's less of a recent change however in addition just being read those rights. Juvenile's have additional safeguards put into place In if a a child under the age of fourteen it's required that they can solve the parent prior to waiving those rights. Please can't just go pull a kid out of school and start questioning if there's a thirteen years old is between the ages of fourteen and eighteen. The better practice they say is that a parent should be present in the juvenile show. The opportunities ashes consult about what the rights are in whether or not they should waive those rights and only time. It's going to be allowed in court if that if that didn't occur. Is that the please demonstrate that the persons of a very high levels occasion our experience in the court system okay in summary. Then we're talking about a very very serious time in a young person's life family involved. Maybe school I mean there are a lot of moving parts. If people are concerned confused then and have questions obviously they can reach out to you but why is it so critical for anyone in this position to have the kind of expert help that they are going to need again. I I look at it like this. Most children in in many adults are short-sighted okay. They don't they can't see beyond their own face particularly children Most kids don't think about anything more than what's going on that weekend in playing with their friends so they don't think about protecting themselves then they don't think about how this case is going to affect them five ten fifteen or twenty years down the line. It's very important because it can have long reaching effects and I liked to come in to be that guide. Say Hey listen you you may not you may want to do with the easiest thing is now And that could mean getting on probation or taking some sort of a plea and that's gonNA endings quickly quickly but it could come back to hurt you later on and you have a good case here. We want to see what we can do to make sure you have a better sentence or no sentence at all because we've discussed. This could be a critical moment in someone's life and it's important to get professional sound legal advice from someone who really knows what he or she is doing. That'd be.

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"court  " Discussed on Full Court Press

Full Court Press

13:24 min | 3 years ago

"court " Discussed on Full Court Press

"Today we are here to discuss Miami after all all we were holding off. Are they going to trade with okay. See or anyone else. camp started for all teams and so we have to kind of assume it's safe just ahead on any team. Now we're talking about them and we're talking about Portland two teams with kind of confusing rousers but will you know Neil O'Shea. It has kind of convinced me to take a wait and see approach what he's put together. An architect knows slander at all to the Miami Heat from office bright people there and a great great track record but we're GonNa talk about whether they have enough shooting or not down there in in in south beach but Miami probably isn't a place where they they intend to make another move or to their hard cap so they're limited from transaction standpoint there as creative as any front office in the League they're also very good about scrambling back under the tax if they're not on track to have an awesome season and avoid repeated penalties things like that or would you try not to get too deep into CVA stuff here. I have to go check all of my mental catalogue with our buddy just to make sure how it all started before putting too much nuance out there so let's hit on Miami quickly. Obviously the big transaction them for them was the sign and trade Jimmy Beller got a top whatever number player the town depending a how you consider him at this point in time but a guy that can close games for as well as anyone league in my opinion to a player he he a little bit he's kind of unpredictable personality and those sorts thing but we'll see how he responds that he culture they lost. I will say the last season thirty nine and forty three missed the playoffs disappointing especially you consider kind of field last year off. It's twenty six. I didn't realize it was that bad the the the that's that's an outcome for a organization that really does take a self seriously. I think when I reflect on that I realized they really Miss Goran Dragic and it may be none of us appreciated the degree to which that was the case last year he really does a lot of a little things in that offense the ball coming back on the ball all those things and it just didn't really have anyone to replace that with. They were seventh on defense. They always tend to bring the defense net seventeenth percents twenty first true shooting percentage twice. They were the worst free throw shooting team. League will talk about a little more about the shooting leading players who lost Josh Richardson in the acquisition to get g Butler Twain wait retired Rodney mcgruder Hassan whiteside since Portland. We'll talk about that transaction on the Portland's. I later Janta Maidan go. didn't have the roster spots to him. Loss Jimmy Butler addity Butler Meyers Leonard through the draft Tyler Herro Casey Apolo. We've talked about Apollo knocking ready to help an NBA team this year and again without Sinu- trade they are hard capped under on non contract duck and Robinson a million of his guaranteed so he will be on this roster also Kendrick Nunn one hundred fifty thousand guaranteed. If he's on the roster season it'll kick another three hundred thousand guarantee four hundred fifty decay. Devan read who's shooting you know a prowess could be useful if he can do enough other things to bring into the rotation enduro making they're both on contracts are are not fully guaranteed until the traditional. January one okay so first. We have to delve into Jimmy Butler on this roster. Well we expect look like in the offense of scheme a recall that they've played. They're bigs at the elbow. Bam is being developed to do that. saw even more more of that last year the the this season competent in that action already not going to be surprised if he even thinks this up this year Kelly oubre one of the best bigs in the League in the action there ball handlers and wings operate on a lot of screens away from the ball but when Dwayne Wade was part of this this roster he had a lot of reasons to slow down when he felt like that was the right thing to do or if he just kind of an instinct was like this is what I need to do to help my team right now. Pound the basketball operate nice. Oh we should probably talk differently about what we think's GonNa. This is GonNa look like during the normal course of the basketball game. Will Jimmy go to that in the first quarter for example if the offense has stymied or were they stick to their normal actions entrust those things Jimmy included versus the end of the game they never game they tend to trust their best player to go seek that shot and regardless of the match up so greg one of the most oppressive NB forms so you ever seen the subscribe when Miami went into Houston like three years ago when you live there and just cleaned the floor with the rockets and it was all of the discipline all of the the attention to detail all of the ball movement and player movement that delivered that when they're like that they are machine like and when I think about Jimmy Butler on this roster I wonder is he. GonNa buy into all of that. It's not like it's not like he has a synergy to buck all that all the time we saw him in Minnesota for the first three three quarters of the game he would run the offense and move the ball and not look for necessarily like he had to get his shot and sup and his numbers. If the game was closed on the fourth quarter it got off track he would kind of dominate the basketball and I thought I had a pretty good things about what it was time for Jimmy versus not so. I'm really interested interesting. I'm leaning towards. I think early this season. He'll be doing the things that this coaching staff asked him to do late in the game. He'll always be the guy. What are you expecting to see from. I'm Jimmy in this scheme. Yeah I mean Jimmy looks very comfortable playing within the system to me and he is great at attacking off the catch and dribble and when Miami's at their best like you talked about when I was at the Houston a couple of years ago when they ran a clinic against the rockets is when the balls hitting both sides of the floor. Everybody's evolved everyone's touching. They're just making reads moving. The ball and Jimmy is terrific when he has space to work and you can start him opposite the ball inside you can draw the defense over you start screen action of dribble handoff action. When the defense comes over to help you set a Jimmy back to make an attack off the dribble. He's great with the pull up. Jump shot his great fit finishing at the rim. We're getting himself to the free throw line. Maybe not the most efficient player in the situations but very very strong long impact on the game so yeah there may be moments where he trusts to slow down a little bit ISO basketball but Jimmy is never been a guy who's real itchy about the ball itchy about his shot it. She about you know going is so to me. He's the guy who to win and defend and you know on the couple of times he's been in the past. They haven't really been able to put the total package together and you know that's different conversation for this team but I think there's often it. Suits suits them just fine. I think it will create options where instead of having eight ten twelve seconds to go to work. Jimmy goes and goes to three or four or five seconds. I think he's good in those situations. It's an offensive player and I think this offense will suit his game in my opinion yeah we're GonNa talk about with the Blazers how urgent it is for them to get into their percents early in the shot clock in the way they played with pace in the half court offense. The heat are kind of his patient. As anyone who wants several passes a once several screens want to convert strong side to weakside back to strong side in really the defense moving in the when the defense is has two or three people moving to cover all all of those. I always activities. That's when they attack a kind of attack the offense the defense when it's at its weakest again. Jimmy tends to buy into what the five minutes on the floor is trying to do is win. That's not good enough that he tends to kind of assert himself in a more individual way so that's what I expect to see earliest start the season and I don't really know why that change across the season unless there was just kind of a failure of confidence in some of the players that are in this routine but we'll talk about kind of the skill profile this roster but they're deep enough with legitimate. NBA rotation players that I think this is going to go well. I think Jimmy's GONNA fit in well so long as they can produce shooting with him Goran dragic to my point earlier. This was a bottom five office last year played just thirty six games last year and when he played he clearly wasn't hundred percent on this season's roster at the point guard position you have don't have another point guard on this roster apart from tyler hero so who didn't play Point Guard Kentucky but for what's this scheme calls for the point guard come down. Give them all up. look for a screen inside a screen. Whatever 'cause you listen the h. O. Action I think Harrow Qualified Kendrick Nunn if he's GonNa play kindergarten is more of your traditional point guard and from what I saw in Vegas. This organization has a lot of confidence in what he can do now. Seeing in a summer league setting is very very different from Kenneth Guy. Give them eighteen minutes a game on on the second unit but he's like. I said non-guaranteed. I've been saying kind of all summer from what I saw in him. If for some reason the heat don't want to keep him on the roster and in pay over the whole season some other organization will come calling because he's just way too trustworthy and solid of a point guard there are lesser point or in my mind in this league that have have a fully you establish backup point guard role on other teams in the nuns going to be a player that this organization. I think we'll have EBI pro having proud of developing so what that tells me. Is that no surprise it's kind of been the plant say drafted him. a lot of this is. GonNa fall to justice winslow and winslow kind of place three kind of plays. The four Kinda plays the point forward just depending on who else is on the court thirty seven and a half percent from a three on three point nine attempts to game. I think we'll see a bit more volume from him. There the confidence coming along as two consecutive seasons in a row where he shot the ball thirty seven percent better from beyond the three point line at the mansion dislike we talked about with we talk about Jaylen Brown getting stitcher or not I just don't trust is is that struggle through long stretches making free throws so you know I want to see him. Get that Saudi five percent or higher before I really believe in kind of his shooting. Even from the field last last season he was a plus point three in what was unique about his plus seven point three is that it was exactly half of that on the office of in and half of that on the defensive end and so for any player on a solid team or better that can give you almost a four point improvement on both ends of the court that is substantial and significant significant also last year they these numbers might not blow you away but to put it in context twelve points. A game five rebounds a game. I think his numbers will need need to be better than that. for this team to accomplish what they want to accomplish this year but twelve five four only sixteen players that league last year. Taylor ever all stars of the six that did were an all star last year. I think four of hub recall correctly work is made multiple all star Games before so it Kinda indicates indicates that if he can put it together that he could have a pretty unique value proposition to his team that few players in the league do so expectations with just as winslow kind of been a bit of a tease reminder that he had a really serious injury setback in year two and then he he came to the league without a really policy skill set kind of a a blossoming or merging skillset. They see you always have to give the guy a little bit of credit if you lost a like a a critical developments he's an entry to that okay. Let's adjust petition the your expectations and winslow how how much is the team really rely on him to step forward and be one of their prominent producers here. How capable do you think he is. What questions do you have. Tell me what you're saying. Yeah me too that to me. As we cover all these teams you know getting ready for the season. the big narrative from me about these teams that are contenders are trying to work their way up or who have veteran corers potential is can guys who are in their second third fourth year who have been secondary players or our primary players who just have sort of been dabbling with expectations but not really locking inconsistently or exceeding can and can teams these teams get these players to step up and take that big step and take on that big role and become a key contributor on on on the team and go to our land hawks team that we cover for Peachtree hoops and follow you know when they were able to take Al Horford Horford and grow him into an all-star when Jeff teague was able to come in as a backup and then take a starting role you know they were able to add players around them but being able to take those guys from course your second year third year.

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"court  " Discussed on The Queen's Court

The Queen's Court

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"court " Discussed on The Queen's Court

"Stop the baby we have an Carla. And I'm so excited. I've been getting calls, Texas, emails Facebook, Instagram, all of the things of all the things Chow and girl. My guest is here. The invite. In famous shit on me. I would infamous. Tasha K bitch. I got calls from freeze enemies Couzens. They told you bring their bitch. Listen one thing I had to let the children know that this is my show. Okay. Hey, tashaun, you people don't know that I'm gonna spill DC right here on the thing when I was going through those situations last year toxic K was actually on the salads a system helping me to try to get my channel bet and all of the things or whatever so tasha Kate has it done anything to personally nothing to me. Now. I don't know what them then got to that hot water. But hey, it is. Mega-dam? But hey what? Honey, it's all. I mean tonight, we got overflowing. Docket like overflow dock and tasha K is actually sitting checking her makeup touch. Do reading. We'd be it's. Good over here. Baby Lissette tasha Kate roller that lethal master in five is my first time he person she got armed guards. She does have one. God his seems. Had his baby. I would I would let his aunt. No mere here. Real nice, man. He don't drink don't smoke ladies. If you looking for men that don't smoke. I got a crush on a straight, man. Straightening me like me, like the fed on like, you know, listen to hit you for the. I'm not. Listen..

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