19 Burst results for "Curtis Green"

"curtis green" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

06:56 min | 6 months ago

"curtis green" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"I've got free reopen here. Print been in prison now for two thousand five hundred ninety six days in prison and as his mom wrote you can read the case overview you can check it out but russell brick is condemned to die in prison for creating an ecommerce website called silk road an entrepreneur passionate about free markets and privacy. He was twenty six when he made the site. He was never prosecuted for causing harm or bodily injury and no victim was named at trial. Users of silk road chose to exchange a variety of goods both legal and illegal including drugs. Most commonly small amounts of cannabis prohibited. Was anything all involuntary that could harm. A- third party ross was not convicted of selling drugs or illegal items himself but was held responsible for what others sold on the site. None of the other defendants related to the case received sentences above ten years including those behind silk road. Two point a larger replica. Some of them are already free today. Ross's judge used uncharged allegations that we're never ruled on by a jury to justify her sentence in violation of the sixth amendment. She also violated the first amendment by sentencing. Ross in part on what she believed was his political philosophy quote. Such a sentence goes on so Ross was smeared with false unprosecuted allegations of planning violence. That much of the media amplified through inaccurate and sensationalized reporting. The allegations were never charged trial. Never proven never submitted to on by jury and eventually dismissed with prejudice ross consistently denied the allegations which relied on anonymous online chats never proven to have been offered been authored by him and those who knew him never believed them. Even the only alleged victim ever identified curtis green is a fervent supporter of ross's clemency. So i always saw ever since. I understood more of the real story behind it. I always saw a lot of myself. And ross i mean. I i pray for him. He seems to be doing all right in his prison sentences. He's he's got a good healthy self attitude. And i hope that president trump pardons him. That would be wonderful thing But i doubt. I doubt it will happen but that just that was like it was the last not the last straw but it was. It was one of those last straw that broke My belief in the the propaganda of the us american system when that travesty. That travesty is allowed to happen. Don't tell me the politics is about anything except power and money. Don't tell me that anybody believes that. That crap they say about freedom ideals justice and liberty is nonsense. I think people believe that. I think the individuals citizens believe And trying to find the right tone here. But i think peop- people believe right. I still believe in those things. I just don't think that's reflected very much in the united states of america which is very sad to me. So when i think about leaving i miss a lot of things about the united states. I may move back right. My wife and i talked about. I move back I love many people in the united states. I love many personal friends and acquaintances. I love you night. Most of my listeners from the united states and i love you love you. Just somebody's birth of origin or birth or country of birth is not a marker of who they are. It's it's who they become and i love. I love so many people in the united states. I miss so many things about the united states. I miss So many cultural things. So many things i think the united states is a wonderful place to make money. If i went broke. I would go right back to the united states. Because it's a wonderful place to make money You can live more cheaply in the united states than almost any country in the world and you can make more money more easily in the united states than almost any country in the world. I think there is some freedoms that make life livable. In the united states some So many times during the coronavirus pandemic. I have very much thought about moving back to the united states because the united states pass through the lockdown stuff more more quickly than a lot of other places and even during the depths of the lockdowns. You could move back more quickly states. But i got scared watching people being arrested right. There was the video of the the mom getting arrested in idaho for kids playing on the playground. I think you what on earth what police officer would ever do this. It's insane to me that any police officer would ever make those arrests But thankfully the lockdown stuff past more quickly in the united states than other places where the world still going through it. But and so. I'm not committed to not living united states the end of the day just because you have frustrations everybody has with their government What i want to close by simply saying that four years ago. I looked at the situation and i said i don't have any options. I'm stuck here and that could be bad in the future. I felt tremendous relief. When president trump won. I was concerned anybody. Anybody who wasn't concerned at the time and what a rocky ride it has been over the last four years With deep passions and people who see things very differently on all sides and but it was just a sense of relief where i thought wow i was given a reprieve and then i thought i'm not gonna waste it. I didn't make a plan that night to leave the united states but over the next few years as i realized what i was. Why did i feel that. Great sense of relief realized that some of the things that i wanted to change could be fixed by leaving and by at least establishing the option to live in another place the option to go abroad now since then. I studied pretty deeply. Pt theory etcetera. And i've become convinced that you know for people who are libertarians. The only practical way in the modern world. There are few actually practical things that you can do. One of them is international nomadism. Pd theory it. Works is one of the ways that can do. The free has been trying to avoid getting too deeply into that already an hour and forty five minutes in if your guy one this last week great. Congratulations recognize that. Fifty percent of your neighbors are pretty stinking. Frustrated right now And so cautious about what you say in do Because you can torch a whole lot of friendships pretty quickly. And that's seems a high price to pay for political Political act But if your guy one recognized that your guy may not win next time and so what you do right now. We'll make a big difference in your experience next time when your guy doesn't win if.

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"curtis green" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

The Conspiracy Farm

10:36 min | 1 year ago

"curtis green" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm

"This is all predicated on on federal corporate buybacks in the second that that carousel stopped. I knew it was all gonNa take. Which is why about put options and the S&P five hundred in January. That went up like six seven hundred percent just in the past few months so so. I am a financial advisor even though I'm wearing the same strictly shirt so don't hold that against well taking shots. Here's here's the thing we had. We had indications that the stock market was going to collapse this spring anyway right. We saw that coming almost a year ago. At least I mean we've been talking about it over a year talking about bank circling the drain and a lot of other stuff. That's going on the irregular verbs bubble and and people being to the point where it was it was all just GonNa fall apart so I want your. I want your feedback and I can ask what you're gonNA say but for our listeners. I've been saying all along that. The pandemic is being used as cover collapsed. The economy collapsed monetary system. And start this thing over whether we go digital currency or whatever the hell they end up with but this thing this thing is being used to collapse the economy so that politicians and the elites aren't drug out into the streets and shot in the chapel. Yeah absolutely one hundred percent agree and I always thought the initial game plan was to get into a war with Russia or China and it scape that them to be the bogeyman because they don't want it got us to stomach problem that was built on power crap to begin with and Oh we don't want to address that it was all the boogeyman over there. The Russians is over there the Chinese or now all if it wasn't for this corona virus. Everything would have been going fine when it wasn't going fine. Now you touched on a lot of things there so digital currency That's also that sort of specializes in when it comes to crypto currencies. So for me. I was a little bit late. I mean I mean so waved before everybody else but You know late to the game. Picked up by Crypto even though new bitcoin at a dollar because I thought it could be used to be the mark of the beast and maybe cover this before but bitcoin actually does have some pretty big ties to Bilderberg has ties to the A and what I mean by that and I'm not sure if this is something you guys have covered before but you have so the head of the head of the bill burr. So there's these core develpers bitcoin. The core developers then formed a company called block stream block stream got their initial seed. Money from a company called Axa so Sam bean from the upstate. New York area you might remembered Syracuse like towers both those money towers got bought by ACA. What's the Big French Insurance Company? The head of AXA is Henry. Decastro headed decastro is a multiple like six time. Bilderberg steering committee chairman so literally. The steering committee chairman's of Bilderberg. His company is the one that put in like ninety percent of the seed money. We're talking like fifty five million dollars into block stream that then got the code bitcoin however I think bitcoin started getting away from them There was also the. Nsa A white paper. Let me see if I could pull this up right now. It was called. Nsa Paper Nineteen Ninety six how to make admit the cryptography of anonymous electronic cash. And so I think that this was put there to eventually kind of make it a big cool thing but then started getting away from them. So crypto can be used as the most freeing thing ever for humanity or it can be used to enslave us and and so. I've only been trying to tell people well. Listen it's going to go digital no matter what ninety seven percents of this of cash is already digital. They're trying to have his. Oh don't take cash out of the banks because you WANNA have corona virus on your on your cabinet that crap going out right now. I know hundred dollar bills left in New York City Just tons of craziness and so the game plan is we're going to have this electronic SDR type system if I back that up the SDR is to the unit of the account that the International Monetary Fund uses to exchange money in in between amongst themselves single drawing right. Yeah the special garage but I'm sorry. Yeah Yeah so the Special Drawing Right. And that's that's made up a forty one percent. Us dollar thirty percent. Europe ten percents Chinese yuan eight percent Japanese eight percent pound sterling now the day before facebook. Lebron's came out. I'm not sure my cameras showing off but the day before Lebron came out. I did a walk and talk with my dog predicting that I predicted that the underlying composition of libra would be just it'd be modeled after the special drawing right and it was almost to a T. mild after that so I think Zuckerberg got a little bit. Too Far ahead of himself tried playing with the big boys on a stage that they didn't want him playing on but now with this digital dollar they wanna say oh. It was a trial balloon where I didn't think they meant to. Have it. Go through this time but they wanted to have a trial balloon so coin base which is a big cryptocurrency firm. Their former chief legal officer starting today today April first twenty. Twenty April fools. Joke is now going to be the head of the officer of currency controls. The head of the currency is now a former coin based guy so maybe there and then clan-based says Goldman Sachs tires as well so eventually they're going to be a Goldman Sachs Dot Gov coin. Were they can track trace survey everything you do digital mark of the beast. They find out that I'm on a podcast without you guys okay. Well Tim. His social credit score is shot salsa threat. Everybody's talking about social credit scores. That's the whole the whole thing. You can't travel. You can't do this. You can't buy stuff at the stores you. Can't you know they take all your freedoms from you for believing or talking about the wrong things anything against the narrative right? Think that's coming to America very soon. Yes and I thought I mean China. China's the Beta test dude China's as much as. We say we hate him. China is the Beta test social credit digital. I mean the whole five G. Internet of things all of that the smart grid. We're just I don't know how long ten answer better but five hundred is up compromise out. You're saying Tim. There are no heroes. Didn't bitcoin get their initial rise. From trading in people and guns and arms and shit wasn't there in their initial pop. No I mean the initial pop was asked you in. Cyprus tried to have a pale in and steal their steeler. Bunny but you could also say with Silk Road with a Hook Sampled Lynn Albrecht. Recently if you guys are interested in having her on your show again I hope that so so the Silk Road was really kind of the first big use case of this guy on the radar when unfortunately we do encourage people to go to free. Ross Dot Org We're trying to get out of jail. Ross has been in jail for seven years already. He's been hit with a double life sentence plus forty years for so for running for building a website then he ended up for built a soak road then handed over to other people and The government realizes was such a threat that they wanted to just basically put his head in the Pike. And it's a very tragic story know. So in his twenties he ended up getting double plus forty higher centers and El Chapo is because what it represents. So now there's other crypto currencies not financial advice. Because I'm a fan so divisor so there's another one called venero where you can't track trace it you can't survey call. Manera an N. E. R. O. Is It on Coin Base? No but I can I can I can off line how to get that so ripple I heard he was the next go. Jeff Sir X. P. Ripple was one of the next one is that more commercial outlets are going to be taking. I don't know if that's true. I fired a client. Who was who sold her house. Who wanted to put all the ripple ripple is like the Banks are building for the coin more so than Bitcoin. Okay all the banks. All the banks want to start digital currency correct. I mean all of them. Yeah so there's so you've got like an alliance you've got all all the big banks have already been in it for several years by three or four years by now and so something like Venero. I did the interview with this guy named Daniel Kim. He was as Asian. Do Dress up in a Su- wherein he's a PhD Harvard Yale Mba. So not the type of guy you'd think would be talking about Minero and then he's given the the use cases like imagine if you're if you are paying your employees and Bitcoin and you're getting all your supplies and Bitcoin and everything you do is in Bitcoin. So if you have someone's bitcoin address you can see how much money has gone through there. Where money's gone not necessarily who has gone to but let's say you and your five employees you all get paid in the same day. Well you can say well. Hey how come bob over there got paid three thousand dollars more than I did over this period. Or you're a supplier. Hey how come we bought these widgets for ten thousand dollars and we see these other ways. It's sold them over here for eight thousand. So there's other are legitimate. Use Cases of why you'd want to have privacy about two or three months ago drone Pol. The Fed chair came out and said Yeah. We're looking into digital currencies. The Bank of International Settlements saying the same thing but he said it's not going to be decentralized. It's not GonNa be on a ledger. Were anyway everyone can see what's going on. Because they still want to have their black budget and being able to you know. Run guns to whoever they do stuff to imagine that well as far as the free Ross Dot ord and writing you know Soak wrote and all that the the website and stuff. It was obviously being used for drug sales human trafficking for other things so not not human trafficking human trafficking. They were very. They're very adamant that there was nothing that could hurt anybody on there. They tried to disparage him saying that he was a Hitman. The Guy who they said they put a hit out on was curtis. Green Curtis Green came out and said it wasn't him then even cases nuts man. If you actually watch the case it is straight OP. Just they set the guy up and they took him out and it is okay deeper on that he got charged and convicted in. Us courts. Yes it was in the southern district of New York. Chuck Schumer is personally overseeing it. It was it was Schumer's cronies that he put in there to Basically I had nothing to do with this road. I wasn't I wasn't a part of it into bitcoin back. Then what did you say? Four life sentences dude to double plus forty years and I was mama yesterday. 'cause she lives here in Arizona. I speak with a pretty frequently. And and what they said also said was if we do get a commutation and he's able to jail that then said that he's under surveillance for the rest of his life and then also put a hundred eighty five million dollar. Lean on him any money he makes. It has to go back to the government but Dianne Feinstein kind of a fucking Chinese spy for twenty years and still remaining congressman. You walk in the streets dude high and sell stocks and sell and sell millions of dollars in stock early before the collapse and get away with it..

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"curtis green" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"curtis green" Discussed on Kingpins

"Welcome to kingpins a park asked original original. I'm Howell heart and I'm Kate Leonard. Every Friday we journey inside the ranks of Organized Crime Rings From Street gangs to MAFIOSOS OFFI OSOS to understand how a kingpin or Queen Pin Rises to the top of the underworld and why they fall as we followed the lives of infamous Thomas Crime bosses will explore how money and power changed them and how it changed the community around them. You can find episodes of kingpins and all other other park cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream kingpins for free on spotify just open the APP and type kingpins in the search bar at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing nine reach out on facebook and Instagram at par cast and twitter at podcast network and if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is Leva Five uh-huh Star Review Wherever you're listening it really does help us today. We're continuing our deep dive into Ross Ulbricht creator of the Silk Road food last week we explored Elbrick's political views and what drove him to set up the so-called Amazon for drugs. This week will follow all of the police as they tried to identify the real dread pirate Roberts and bring down the untraceable website by January of two thousand thirteen nearly two years after its launch. The Silk Road was making money hand over Fist twenty-eight-year-old Ross Ulbricht the site's creator had banked tens of millions of dollars in untraceable bitcoin from his share in commissions fans that to paraphrase biggie smalls with more money comes more problems. The site was under constant assault by hackers every other other day the Silk Road Sprung another security league for malicious web bandits to take advantage of even with extra support staff overlooked was under a relentless dale us of threats. He was currently being blackmailed by one particularly aggressive hacker who repeatedly knocked the Silk Road off line. Eventually Ulbricht agreed to pay the hacker fifty thousand dollars a week to make him stop. It made ULBRICHT furious but his friend in sometimes mentor username variety Jones reassured him this was the cost of doing business think of it as protection money any but even worse than the outside threats Ulbricht was dealing with treason from one of his lieutenants username chronic pain who had recently recently been arrested by the DA ulbricht worried that chronic pain would strike a deal for leniency in exchange for information on the inner workings of the site shortly after the arrest Albrecht also discovered that chronic pain had walked off with a cool three hundred fifty thousand dollars caller from various users accounts. It wasn't the money that Elbrick Chafe Dad. He was a millionaire now it was the disrespect ulbricht brick reached out to another friend from the Silk Road username KNOB asking for help in organizing retaliation ulbricht believed that knob was a drug lord moving millions of dollars worth of heroin and cocaine every year in reality knob was undercover. Da Agent Carl Force so when Oberg asked him if he knew anyone who could beat up chronic pain and make him return the money he stole force was delighted it only added to the mounting pile of evidence of elbrick's drug trafficking and kingpin crimes force an another agent staged the waterboarding of chronic pain real name Curtis Green and recorded the show on video as proof for Ulbricht but before four is sent the torture tape elbrick changed his mind. He didn't just want chronic pain roughed up he wanted him did force agreed to make the arrangements hence for eighty thousand dollars and now he had Oberg done record taking a hit out on someone's life four cent chronic onic pain a list of instructions to fake his death as laid out in Nick Bilton Book American Kingpin Force told Him Dunk your head and water is if you've been drowned then pop open a can of tomato soup poor that soup out of your mouth like there was a mucus like eruption finally snap snap a picture of your lifeless body with a cell phone when he sent along the staged photo to Ulbricht he didn't reply for a few moments seemingly shaken by the disturbing image filling the silence forest volunteered that the torturers brought chronic pain back with CPR a few times to draw out the pain Hayne but eventually his heart gave out when older still didn't say anything forest as to he was all right Oberg typed. I'm a little disturbed but I'm okay. I'm new to this kind of thing is all but Albrecht was only rattled by putting an end to a man's life for so long once he got used to the idea ulbricht was emboldened by his first murder for hire. He started blaming chronic pain for his own death if he'd had more integrity ulbricht wouldn't have been forced to kill him. When ulbricht echoed this sentiment or variety Jones he agreed Jones wouldn't lose any sleep over chronic pain death business was business and the next time Albrecht felt like his empire was threatened? He easily dealt out another other descendants. A new dark web bandit username friendly chemist threatened to release the real names and addresses as of hundreds of Silk Road users hacked from the site unless Ulbricht forked over five hundred thousand dollars not to be made a fool of again ULBRICHT reached out to username red and white a big time methamphetamine dealer he supposedly sourced the drugs from his biker gang the hells angels Albrecht gave Red and white friendly chemists real name age and general vicinity and asked him how much it would cost cost for the bikers to kill him. He railed a red and white about how friendly chemist to dare to go after users anonymity a sacrosanct tenant of the Silk Road for that he had to die for one thousand six hundred fifty five bitcoins the hells angels dispatched with friendly chemist but when red and white sent the photo evidence of the assassination he had bad news for Albrecht shortly before friendly chemist died died. He tried to make a bargain he confessed that he had four other associates who also had access to the lists of users names and addresses he wanted to exchange the information for mercy the hells angels tortured out of him instead what we want to do about the others when Albrecht had learned of chronic pains betrayal a few months before it took him a full day to decide murder was the only option now oh he replied to red and white within the span of an hour how much to take care of the rest he wired in additional five hundred thousand dollars for four more or hit jobs in his log of work activity for the day over noted that he sent a payment to the hells angels for the killings it was followed by very high load took site off line and re factored main and category pages to be more efficient just another day at the office on the dark web over was finding it harder to maintain his double life. He had no permanent address. He lived in a friend's spare bedroom in San Francisco. He was constantly terrified that they would walk in on him. While he was working on the site his screen filled with pictures of drugs and weapons uh-huh so in June of two thousand thirteen twenty nine year old Albrecht decided it was time to better divide his two worlds he moved out out of his friends apartment and into a craigslist room share he paid the twelve hundred dollar rent in cash and told the houses landlord his name was Joshua Terry. He kept Joshua's backstories simple basically matching the truth. He was a day trader from Austin originally. He vowed never to bring anyone who knew him. AM is Ross Oberg to the new apartment. He needed a fortress of anonymity once he assumed the role of Joshua Terry Albrecht realized is how useful it might be to have more backup aliases in case he needed to run for his life. He ordered nine fake. ID's with nine different names James issued in nine different states and countries from a vendor on the Silk Road unfortunately for Ulbricht. The Canadian vendor was very popular on the site on the same day that Elbrick's purchase passed through customs at the San Francisco airport several other envelopes of fake. The ideas were on their way to different buyers. There were so many identical looking envelopes. It caught the attention of the customs inspector checking the Mail L. Crate. I the envelopes were an odd shape square instead of rectangle second. It was clear that all the envelopes were addressed by the same person based on the handwriting but the return addresses were for three different people Cole Harris Arnold Harris and Bird Harris all all different addresses in Vancouver Albrecht's envelope stood out from the group because of the large number of fakes inside the Customs Inspector Flag Ten for follow up on July Twenty Six two thousand thirteen twenty nine year old Ulbricht was home alone in his San Francisco. Go Room.

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"curtis green" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"curtis green" Discussed on Kingpins

"Due to the graphic nature of this kingpins crimes listener discretion is advised this episode features discussions of drug use and violence that some listeners may find find offensive. We advise extreme caution for listeners under the age of Thirteen Curtis Green Green was going to die his lungs burned deprived of oxygen filling his chest with fire any minute now in this risk grungy hotel bathroom he'd be drowned more accurately curtis was being drowned. He thrashed and flailed in the TUB trying signed to break free but he was helpless. His screams trapped in bubbles unable to reach the surface. His torturers elbows dug deep into was spine keeping him submerged fanning the flames in his lungs then the torture grabbed a fistful of Curtis's hair and yanked him him out of the Water Curtis gulped an air trying to extinguish his lungs. Another man shoved a camcorder into his sopping sputtering face Curtis Croaked. Did you get it in truth. The drowning was just for show the videographer. Da Agent Carl Force collect an annoyance and stop the recording rewinding the tape. He shook his head. I think we should do it again. Before Curtis Curtis could protest the torture dunked him back underwater force press the Red Record Button and explained we have to make it look real. Aw Months of undercover work on the Silk Road had finally paid off for agent force this stage waterboarding would bring him closer to bringing down on the man he knew only as the dread pirate Roberts he was about to catch the untraceable kingpin of the Silk Road owed.

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"curtis green" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:44 min | 2 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"From the Texas bitcoin conference, it is packed full of wonderful folks, we've been meeting new people and talking to old friends and a lady who well, I mean, I don't want to say I wish we'd never had to meet you because well, if your son Russell brick hadn't been put in a prison cell. You never would've come on free talk live. It's always a pleasure having you Lynn Albrecht. Welcome back to freetalklive fangs always a pleasure to be here. Get close as you can on that microphone, if you don't mind and Mark is back with me here. You're kind of in and out as you're doing introductions on the stage. It's time. The interviews and the stage work all the same time. Ross Ulbricht is a person we've talked a lot about here on free talk live, even when you haven't been on the show since before you were on the show since back when the first time we heard about you was when you were the the mom who was concerned about our friends who are holding signs outside of the courthouse back when Derek J who is one of our co hosts, you're on free talk live lose doing jury outreach. And like, oh, no Ross's mom doesn't want us holding these signs, and we had to go home. And and no lawyer it was. Oh, no. Not at all. It was. In fact, you know, it was look who's first day of trial. The judge threatened. The jury and and implied to them that Ross was dangerous and a lawyer came and said this is going to hurt him. You've got to ask them to leave. We didn't would never have asked them to leave. I was totally supportive the good thing. And we did we don't know what you're doing day, and it's never been to a federal trial. Had it wasn't gonna make a difference. The judge was going. But the other thing is they get their picture all over the media, including the drudge report that first day. So it wasn't a waste was thought. Now that was not our instigation at all. Okay. Good. Yeah. Yeah. Ed, so Ross Ulbricht for listeners that don't know he's the founder of the silk road. The the world's first underground marketplace. It was on tour, which is the anonymous system for the internet. Although how on an anonymous it really is. We still don't know because the evidence of how the federal government found the site was never presented at the trial, and we could and I always have to say this whenever we talk to you Lyn as we could spend the next three hours talking to you about what happened with the court hearings, and how it was just fixed and screwed and railroad railroad at this new documentary. We're going to get an all as much as we can. But we we can only do so much recapping of this because we always, you know, we're doing a radio show. And so every time we talk about this somebody news tuning in for the first time, right? And they've they've never heard the name Russell break before they weren't paying attention to this situation, or even if they were paying attention to it as I found out because we pay close attention to it. You still don't know everything. I was I was watching the the railroad a railroad which is the new documentary that you guys are putting out over it free Rostow dot org. In parts. And I don't think it's quite done. Yet was six parts. Yeah. Six parts positive four. So far. I've watched the first part I wanna see the rest of it. And when I watched this, you know, I'm watching the thinking. All right. Well, maybe I'll pick something up turns out, I learned quite a few things from from watching just part number one of this documentary. So that's sort of my preface of if even if you think, you know, about the raw Sobek case their stuff, you don't know. And more information coming out constantly, right? So, Ian, Freeman, you know, lead guy on free talk live for this case. Can learn something from it. You the listener definitely can. Yeah, in you just said before we went on the air that Curtis. Green who was the purported victim of the murder for hire plot that they allege Ross was involved with. But then never actually charged him for because they have no evidence in dropped the charges, which if if they never made a charge. They did. They dismiss those with prejudice. Right. But it was just a ruse to make him look bad when they brought him to court in federal court, and the judge could say, well, he's been charged with murder. If it isn't the first sentence. This apparently is quite common in the criminal Justice system. Defense attorneys. I've talked to it's frightening. Right. So I mean, just it's a green the supposed victim of this supposed- murder-for-hire plot came out and said he doesn't believe Ross had anything to do with her act. He said, apparently he said that he acted as dread pirate Roberts at times. More than one person. We know has done this. Because one of the things you told us in a previous interview was after Ross was arrested somebody logged into the website as dread pirate Roberts. Correct. I mean that how does that happen? How can you convict demand for all the things that dread pirate Roberts? Did then dread pirate Roberts logs in after he's in jail. And and in the United States Supreme court says, no biggie me. No case here. It's it's insane. It's like there's there's no there's no intent at Justice. No. It was a whole it was a farce. And for me, this case isn't simply about Ross. This case is an illustration of everything that you think that you know, about the judicial system in the United States damn lie. You have been lied to. And you don't care you say that your government is out of control. But you're not engaged. It's so hard to know where to start with this. So let's start with today rather than trying to do a recap. I heard that Ross has been punished somehow in prison. I heard through the rumor mill will. So that's going on actually he put himself in protective custody because he refused to assault. Another inmate. Yeah. This violent because he's so dangerous dangerous and. Right. He's very laid back. I mean, you can you can read the hundred letters on our website, and they're you know, from people who know him. It's joke to say, he's violent and. Or whatever land violence or anything to do with it. In fact, the basic premise of silk road was do no harm. You know, but they wouldn't sell poison for instance on the silk road. There were certain things that would not be sold about point. I don't think poison was allowed certainly not nothing to do with pedophilia child pornography. No poison property and weapons violence services. So in any case, we'll be asking me. All right. So what happened in prison the protective custody? So he some gang wanted him to. To do this. And if you don't then you're a target and he had to put himself in protective custody. But unfortunately, it means he's been sitting in a metal box for six weeks custody is awful. Solitary right. There is actually he wasn't solitaire, and they did it. Now, he has a. Is in there for his protection? What is because Ross was put into a violent prison with violent people and violent gangs because of his sentence not because of his security level, which would put him in a low right because anyone with a life sentence goes into a maximum, sure. Because while you'd ask yourself, what would they get out? And the answer would be in many cases, you know, desperate things. But. I mean, he's got a friend in there who's doing life for marijuana. Wow. Because it informants said he saw marijuana thirteen years ago. And he's in there. Some believable unbelievable and the prisons in Colorado. That's the final irony. He's right, right. Where it's legal. Ross's at the supermax. Now, he's the one misstep down. So it's the maximum which ones left, it's where the supermax people get to go when they're nice. So they've moved him because he was originally in New York wasn't. He didn't you have to sell your house in Austin and moved to New York. We you now in Colorado following. Yeah. I mean, you know, I'm sort of a nomadic we have an internet business, and I just feel very very strongly that it's important for him to have a lifeline to me. Or, you know, I'm the constant. But then a friends come family. So many guys in there are just warehouse with no one nobody and his becomes their life. And so I would. Yeah. So I'm in Colorado for now. And then hopefully, he'll be move somewhere safer, and we'll go there. So I mean, so he's just has to sit in the cell until till they decide where to send them. Also, they were going to move someplace else. Because if I put him back there, he could get, you know, like, I know a woman whose husband ended up in the hospital because you know, you can get really hurting their while. And so let me let let me see if I understand it basically some prison gang says, hey, Ross go beat this other inmate up and he chooses to or not choose chooses not to he said. No. And he says now so they say, well, then you're going to get beaten up, basically, apparently don't have anything better to do with their time. Well, of course. So that's what's happening with him. He could still receive mail. I take it. Yeah. Just snail mail can't make calls. He has no books, etc. Notebooks? Now, he's a bible. They let them have a bible religious because he's an confinement protective custody. Well, even I mean a lot of meditating meditation retreats. All right, hold that thought. Stick with us. We're gonna continue here. It's free talk live. Not to mention the shedding. I would backing the carpet three times a week photo with scratching all my lawn bouncing on the side of the bay keeping me awake. The whole entire night from all the scratching and doing the kind of makes you erotic does your dog, scratch stink or shed light. Crazy. Towns of for all over the place come to dynamite for help. VI T E dot com. A healthy diet is attrition. The mega three fatty acids. Flaxseed think you'll phone vitamins and enzymes replace the nutrients cooked out of most commercial dog foods, not up on my scratching his shutting is minimal. And it is such a pleasure to have my calm, relaxed nonshedding puppy back, and I have to thank dynamite or that..

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"curtis green" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:58 min | 2 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"It is packed full of wonderful folks, we've been meeting new people and talking old friends and a lady who well, I mean, I don't want to say I wish we'd never had to meet you because well, if your son Russell brick hadn't been put in a prison cell. You never would've come on free talk live. It's always a pleasure having you Lynn Albrecht. Welcome back to freetalklive fangs always a pleasure to be here. Get close as you can on that microphone, if you don't mind and Mark is back with me here. You're kind of in and out as you're doing introductions on the stage. It's time. The interviews and the stage work at all time. Ross Ulbricht is a person we've talked a lot about here on free talk live, even when you haven't been on the show since before you were on the show since back when the first time we heard about you was when you were the the mom who was concerned about our friends who are holding signs outside of the courthouse back when Derek J who is one of our co hosts here on free talk live lose doing jury outreach. And like, oh, no Ross's mom doesn't want us holding these signs, and we had to go home. And and no lawyer was no not at all. It was. In fact, you know, look was first day of trial. The judge threatened jury and and implied to them that Ross was dangerous. And a lawyer came dozen said this is gonna hurt him. You've got to ask them to leave. We didn't would never have asked them to leave. I was totally supportive the good thing. And we did we you don't know what you're doing day, and it's never been to a federal trial. Had it wasn't gonna make a difference. Judge that judge was going to. But the other thing is they did get their picture all over the media, including the drudge report that first day. Yes. So it wasn't a waste. Was. But now now that was not our instigation at all. Okay. Good. Yeah. Great. Yeah. So Ross Albright for listeners that don't know he's the founder of the silk road. The the world's first underground marketplace. It was on tour, which is the anonymous system for the internet. Although how how anonymous it really is. We still don't know because the evidence of how the federal government found the site was never presented at the trial. And we could always have to say this whenever we talk to you Lyn is we could spend the next three hours talking to you about what happened with the court hearings and how it was just fixed and screwed and railroad like railroad at this new documentary. We're gonna get into all as much as we can. But we we can only do so much recapping of this because we always, you know, we're doing a radio show. And so every time we talk about this somebody news tuning in for the first time, right? And they've they've never heard the name Russell break before they weren't paying attention to this situation, or even if they were paying attention to it as I found out because we pay close attention to it. You still don't know everything. I was I was watching the the railroad a railroad which is the new documentary that you guys are putting out over at free Ross dot org. In parts, and I don't think it's quite done. Yet was six parts. Yeah. Six parts. Four so far more. I've watched the first part I do want to see the rest of it. And when I watched this, you know, I'm watching the thinking. All right. Well, maybe I'll pick something up turns out I learned quite a few things from from watching just part number one of his documentary. So that's sort of my preface of if even if you think, you know, about the raw Sobek case their stuff, you don't know. And more information coming out constantly, right? So, Ian, Freeman, you know, lead guy on free talk live for this case. Can learn something from it. You the listener definitely can effect. You just said before we went on the air that Curtis. Green who was the purported victim of the murder for hire plot that they allege Ross was involved with. But then never actually charged him for because they have no evidence, but then dropped the charges which ram if if they never made a charge. They did. And then they dismiss those with prejudice. But it was just a ruse to make him look bad when they brought him to court in federal court, and the judge could say, well, he's been charged with murder. First sentence. And this apparently is quite common in the criminal Justice system defense attorneys. I've talked to it's frightening. Right. So I mean, just so Curtis. Green. The supposed victim of this supposed- murder-for-hire plot came out and said he doesn't believe Ross had anything to do with her act. He said, apparently he said that he acted as dread pirate Roberts at times times. More than one person, we know has done this. Because one of the things you told us in a previous interview was after Ross was arrested somebody logged into the website as dread pirate Roberts. Correct. I mean, how does that happen? How can you convict demand for all the things that dread pirate Roberts did then? Dread pirate Roberts logs in after he's in jail, and in the United States Supreme court says no biggie me no case here. It's it's insane. It's like there's there's no there's no even intent at Justice. No. It was a whole it was a farce. And for me, this case isn't simply about Ross. This case is an illustration of everything that you think that, you know, about the judicial system the United States is a damn lie. You are been lied to. And you don't care. You say that your government is out of control. But you're not engaged. It's so hard to know where to start with. This select start with today rather than trying to do a recap. I heard that Ross has been punished somehow in prison. I heard through the rumor mill will. So that's going on actually he put himself in protective custody because he refused to assault and other inmate. Yeah. This violent because he's so dangerous dangerous. And that makes it right? Like, anthony. He's very laid back. I mean, you can you can read the hundred letters on our website, and they're you know, from people who know him. It's joke to say, he's violent and. Or whatever. Violence or anything to do with it? In fact, the basic premise of silk road was do no harm, right? You know, but they wouldn't sell poison for instance on the silk road. There were certain things that would not be sold clear about I don't think poison was allowed certainly not nothing to do with pedophilia child pornography. No poison stolen property and weapons violence services. So in any case. You asking me. Oh, right. So what happened in prison the protective custody? So he's some gang wanted him to..

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"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In suburban detroit will stand trial for allegedly shooting at a black teenager who happened to knock on his door jeffrey ziglar is charged with assault with attempt to commit murder police say he opened fire when a black teen stopped at his door to ask for directions after missing his school bus african american been specifically are are proceeds could be threat that civil rights activists david bullock what the change agent consortium pay you have a young black band just trying to get to school then one would think that you could knock on your neighbor's door ask what direction the teen wasn't hurt sandra mcneill four cbs news detroit the security group commander at an airforce base in north dakota relieved of his command after explosives and machine gun were lost in separate incidents colonel jason beers ousted because the air force had lost trust and confidence in him according to his superiors the air force base one of the nation's to be fifty two bomber basis and the command center her for about one hundred fifty minute man three missiles two of the three inmates who escaped from a county jail in south carolina over the weekend have now been captured still on the loose though twenty year old curtis green he is awaiting trial for murder this is orange berg county sheriff leroy ravanelli missed the green watching innovator watching this in contact with him we actually just give up trying to call us we come pick you what's it called an invitation the invitation at thority say the three inmates escaped after overpowering a prison guard and using his pepper spray on one place recorded in the highest esteem among its peers get the news at about edward r murrow award the.

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"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To knock on his door jeffrey ziegler is charged with assault with attempt to commit murder police say he opened fire when a black teen stopped at his door to ask for directions after missing his school bus african american men specifically are are perceived could be threat that civil rights activists david bullock with the change agent consortium pay you have a young black band just trying to get to school there and one would think that you could knock on your neighbor's door ask what direction the teen wasn't hurt sandra mcneill four cbs news detroit and the security group commander at an airforce base in north dakota relieved of his command after explosives and machine gun we're lost in separate incidents colonel jason beers ousted because the air force had lost trust and confidence in him according to his superiors the might not air force base is one of the nation's to be fifty two bomber basis and the command center for about one hundred fifty minute men three missiles wbz news time three fifty two two of the three inmates who escaped from a county jail in south carolina last weekend have now been captured still on the loose though is twenty year old curtis green he is awaiting trial for murder this is orange berg county sheriff leroy ravanelli missed the green watching invited watson is in contact with him we actually just give up turn to self call us we come pick you up what you called an invitation authorities say the three inmates escaped after overpowering a prison guard and using his pepper spray on him.

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"curtis green" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"This what's it like play a gay breeze well thirties in south carolina are still on the hunt for to escape murder suspects who busted out of the orangeburg county jail saturday night thais i'm sorry shawn johnson and curtis green are considered armed and dangerous the duo along with a third inmate who was captured early monday they took advantage of a brief electrical outage at the jail saturday night and just walked out of their cells then they overtook a bodyguard a guard by punching kicking and pepper spraying next they threw blankets over the barbed wire and climbed over the fence investigators say the escape took ten minutes tops can i show this if somebody broke out of prison and i knew there guys on the lam and they were dangerous and whatever and then i saw some guys my backyard with my clothesline shopping cry out clothes on there now everyone else uses a tumbledrier clothesline to try to track it's never move ever seen that's how they get their new set of threats right if i come running out there with castor troy's gun back from the action house i'd hold it and have like i speak with very present tone and it'd be a lot of lay down and put your hands but at some point at half to go i disagree with the crimes committed still kinda cool you're broke out that's that's cool that's cool that's all the stay we are but i'd have to keep weaving in much compliments about breaking out of the joint feel like tipples there's a part of me move i just respect that that facet sure rare it's a good time filler because as you know you have to pull that gun out right.

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"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We're on the plane with other journalists who had been invited in by north korea to see them shut down their tests site and like the last time we flew to north korea they're still showing the propaganda video on the plane but unlike that time the newspaper they gave us there is not a single word he hear about the united states in fact there's a glowing review of secretary of state mike pompeo's recent visit to north korea we've just landed in we are in north korea this is my country east coast and as you can see this is a large modern new airport here they spent hundreds of millions of dollars in this part of north korea they're trying to turn it into an international tourist destination the north koreans built this airport a couple of years ago but it's really never been used so all of this is being done for our arrival the people who are working here the magazines over here the north korean flags that they're selling once we leave we assume most of this will be shut down but north korea brought us here to see something else it's remote nuclear testing site poonery located deep in the mountains this is where the north has carried out all six of its nuclear tests while satellite images show the regime has already begun dismantling the site outside scientists say it was no longer usable after the last test in september critics call kim jong wounds pledged to close it now an empty gesture and not a real concession north korea says the site is still usable that closing it is a gesture of goodwill now i asked one of our north korean guides if they're going to allow any outside experts to come in and supervise the claw the site and he said no just eight north korean nuclear scientists jeff pretty fascinating stuff from inside north korea tonight ben one of to escape murder suspects was recaptured today taisho johnson was tracked down in winston salem north carolina within two hundred miles from the south carolina jail he and curtis green escape from on saturday night green is still on.

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"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We're on the plane with other journalists who have been invited in by north korea to see them shut down their nuclear test site and like the last time we flew to north korea they're still showing propaganda video on the plane but unlike that time the newspaper they gave us there is not a single word he hear about the united states in fact there's a glowing review of secretary of state mike pompeo's recent visit to north korea we've just landed in we are in one son north korea this is the country east coast and as you can see this is a large modern new airport here spend hundreds of millions of dollars in this part of north korea they're trying to turn it into an international destination the north koreans built this airport a couple of years ago but it's really never been used so all of this is being done for our arrival the people who are working here the magazines over here the north korean flags that they're selling once we leave we assume most of this will be shut down but north korea brought us here to see something else it's remote nuclear testing site poon located deep in the mountains this is where the north has carried out all six of its nuclear tests while satellite images show the regime has already begun dismantling the site outside scientists say it was no longer usable after the last test in september critics call kim jong wounds pledged to close it now an empty gesture and not a real concession north korea says the site is still usable that closing it is a gesture of goodwill now i asked one of our north korean guides if they're going to allow any outside experts to come in and supervise the clothes the site and he said no just eight north korean nuclear scientist jeff pretty fascinating stuff from inside north korea tonight ben one of to escape murder suspects was recaptured today taisho johnson was tracked down in winston salem north carolina the two hundred miles from the south carolina jail he and curtis green escaped from on saturday night green is still on.

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"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"What a beautiful day weather wise we have a very pleasant night in the seventies for the most part couple of spots a little bit cooler nanto target for one but a nice sunset this evening and then clouding up with little rain moving into morrow a high tomorrow sixty seven the greatest chance of showers tomorrow afternoon we return now to the cbs evening news with jeff glor have a good night so escape murder suspects remain on the loose tonight after a weekend jailbreak in south carolina police say the shawn johnson and curtis green may be armed and dangerous a third inmate who escaped christopher bolton has been recaptured mega oliver is outside the county jail in orangeburg meg the brazen escape took less than ten minutes to play out here saturday night three inmates through blankets over the barbed wire they jumped the fence and quickly took off running toward the woods cbs news has learned the escape happened after an electrical shortage open cell doors in one section of the jail about forty inmates filed into a common area a few inmates took advantage of the situation in jumped one of the guards kicking punching and blasting his face with guards pepper spray a massive manhunt is still underway for two of the men tie shawn johnson and curtis green both were jailed charged with separate murders sunday police recaptured christopher bolton who was jailed for carjacking he was arrested about eighteen miles north of here along with his father who assisted him both of those men are behind bars here tonight jeff make to do police at this point have any solid leads do you have one deputy told me they are following up on some leads people have spotted the men here in the local area but police are warning the public if they see these men do not approach them and call for help big oliver tonight thank you very much still to come here a paralyzed football player makes a remarkable comeback wbz news time seven forty seven our top local stories in the wbz newsroom tonight a church service in stoughton underway as a community mourns the deaths of four high school students in a.

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Manhunt for 2 murder suspects who escaped jail

All News, Traffic and Weather

02:10 min | 3 years ago

Manhunt for 2 murder suspects who escaped jail

"What a beautiful day weather wise we have a very pleasant night in the seventies for the most part couple of spots a little bit cooler nanto target for one but a nice sunset this evening and then clouding up with little rain moving into morrow a high tomorrow sixty seven the greatest chance of showers tomorrow afternoon we return now to the cbs evening news with jeff glor have a good night so escape murder suspects remain on the loose tonight after a weekend jailbreak in south carolina police say the shawn johnson and curtis green may be armed and dangerous a third inmate who escaped christopher bolton has been recaptured mega oliver is outside the county jail in orangeburg meg the brazen escape took less than ten minutes to play out here saturday night three inmates through blankets over the barbed wire they jumped the fence and quickly took off running toward the woods cbs news has learned the escape happened after an electrical shortage open cell doors in one section of the jail about forty inmates filed into a common area a few inmates took advantage of the situation in jumped one of the guards kicking punching and blasting his face with guards pepper spray a massive manhunt is still underway for two of the men tie shawn johnson and curtis green both were jailed charged with separate murders sunday police recaptured christopher bolton who was jailed for carjacking he was arrested about eighteen miles north of here along with his father who assisted him both of those men are behind bars here tonight jeff make to do police at this point have any solid leads do you have one deputy told me they are following up on some leads people have spotted the men here in the local area but police are warning the public if they see these men do not approach them and call for help big oliver tonight thank you very much still to come here a paralyzed football player makes a remarkable comeback wbz news time seven forty seven our top local stories in the wbz newsroom tonight a church service in stoughton underway as a community mourns the deaths of four high school students in a.

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"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To escape murder suspects remain on the loose tonight after a weekend jailbreak in south carolina police say that shawn johnson and curtis green may be armed and dangerous a third inmate who escaped christopher bolden has been recaptured may gulliver is outside the county jail in orangeburg meg have the brazen escape took less than ten minutes to play out here saturday night three inmates through blankets over the barbed wire they jumped the fence and quickly took off running toward the woods cbs news has learned the escape happened after an electrical shortage open cell doors in one section of the jail about forty inmates filed into a common area a few inmates took advantage of the situation in jumped one of the guards kicking punching and blasting his face the guards pepper spray a massive manhunt is still underway for two of the men tie shawn johnson and curtis green both were jailed charged with separate murders sunday police recaptured christopher bolton who was jailed for carjacking he was arrested about eighteen miles north of here along with his father who assisted him both of those men are behind bars here tonight jeff to do police at this point have any solid leads one deputy told me they are following up on some leads where people have spotted the men here in the local area but police are warning the public if they see these men do not approach them and call for help big oliver tonight thank you very much still to come here a paralyzed football player makes a remarkable comeback wbz news time six forty seven our top local stories tonight in the wbz.

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Shawn Johnson, Curtis Green and Christopher Bolden discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

01:41 min | 3 years ago

Shawn Johnson, Curtis Green and Christopher Bolden discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"To escape murder suspects remain on the loose tonight after a weekend jailbreak in south carolina police say that shawn johnson and curtis green may be armed and dangerous a third inmate who escaped christopher bolden has been recaptured may gulliver is outside the county jail in orangeburg meg have the brazen escape took less than ten minutes to play out here saturday night three inmates through blankets over the barbed wire they jumped the fence and quickly took off running toward the woods cbs news has learned the escape happened after an electrical shortage open cell doors in one section of the jail about forty inmates filed into a common area a few inmates took advantage of the situation in jumped one of the guards kicking punching and blasting his face the guards pepper spray a massive manhunt is still underway for two of the men tie shawn johnson and curtis green both were jailed charged with separate murders sunday police recaptured christopher bolton who was jailed for carjacking he was arrested about eighteen miles north of here along with his father who assisted him both of those men are behind bars here tonight jeff to do police at this point have any solid leads one deputy told me they are following up on some leads where people have spotted the men here in the local area but police are warning the public if they see these men do not approach them and call for help big oliver tonight thank you very much still to come here a paralyzed football player makes a remarkable comeback wbz news time six forty seven our top local stories tonight in the wbz.

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"curtis green" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Aubrey computer north korea will be displaying the closure of its nuclear test sites this week and foreign journalists will be allowed to journey deep into the country's mountains to witness it the closing of the facilities a much touted display of goodwill before leader kim jong un's planned summit with us president donald trump next month closure will also mark an end to the world's last active underground testing site president trump tweeting over the weekend at the fbi infiltrated his presidential campaign now the new york times and the washington post report the fbi did sent a retired professor to contact campaign workers believed to have been targets of russian influence we've spoken to carter page we spoken to representatives for george popadopoulos and for another aide named sam clovis and they all confirmed that this professor reached out to them and that they had conversations with him but they found them to be innocuous what we don't know and we're relying on the new york times in washington post and other reporting to draw this conclusion is that who this professor was working for and why he was making contact that's reporter matthew moth president trump is going after amazon again according to a washington post report president trump wants to double the shipping rate amazon pays to the us postal service but his getting resistance from the postmaster general megan brennan trump as you may know has been very critical of amazon accusing the online giant of taking advantage of the postal service which recently reported more than a billion dollars in losses for the first quarter of two thousand eighteen because it delivers packages for amazon at a very below cost the washington post is owned by amazon founder and ceo jeff bezos who has been critical of president trump tony marino news ninety six point five wdbo a man that is folding the in south carolina this morning and a new warning about the three inmates who escaped from the county detention center saturday night christopher bolton accused of carjacking curtis green entice shawn johnson wanted for murder all three were.

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"curtis green" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Sunday the nra continues to hinder basic legislation in the most common sense thing that we can do to protect society they are so strongly against governor greg abbott has called for a statewide moment of silence and says lawmakers will get to work this week to find ways to keep kids safe at school houston texas star jj watt is offered to pay for the funerals of all ten victims he called the attack absolutely horrific what raise millions of dollars last year to help flooding victims in houston following hurricane harvey to accused murderers remain on the run after escaping prison near columbia south carolina a third suspect was taken into custody last night police say tie shawn johnson and curtis green should be considered armed and dangerous they broke out of the orange county jail saturday night at reportedly overpowering a congressional a correctional officer as lava from hawaii's away volcano hits the ocean acid an extra fine shards of glass billow end of the year the socalled lays is cost even more evacuations abc's marci gonzales says one man is injured from flying molten rock from a love fountain the first to be injured fence a piece of molten rock just flying through the air towards a house and that rock hit a man as he sat on his third floor balcony hit him in the leg we're told he's now in the hospital recovering fitness the first series injury reported from the eruption the national average per gallon of unleaded gas hits the three dollar mark analyst trilby lundberg says it's resited dime over the last two weeks it comes from some further increase in prices of crude and also the rest of the pass through of summer grade gasoline the costs more to make and she says prices may interrupt even higher the news is slightly better in atlanta we're repaying about twenty cents below the national average.

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"curtis green" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"Apparently had this plan overnight law enforcement suiting up and scouring the area helicopter searching from high above christopher bolton accused of carjacking curtis green entice schon johnson wanted for murder all three were in lockup and waiting to go to trial police now saying the manhunt extends beyond south carolina which is vice people division to make phone calls call us that they see or hear anything tom an escape from the same jail as june was blamed on the door lock malfunction and that particular case eight hours later authorities captured the man tom saccharin case for a saccharine thank you new questions tonight in the wake of that deadly cuban plane crash investigators looking into previous complaints against the mexican charter company that owns the boeing seven thirtyseven in the coupon airlines crash as well as the condition of the thirty nine year old plane a black spot a black box has been recovered a hundred and ten people were killed several of victims have not yet been identified incredibly three passengers did survive we do move on now to washington state worth or investigating a deadly animal encounter to mountain bikers attacked by a cougar one of them did not survive here's abc's will car tonight one dead another lucky to be alive after authorities believe this mountain line viciously attacked both now and what it has by the mountain lion the to mountain biking on a remote trail outside of seattle when the mountain lion pounced one of the victims herds hears a scream from the partner he looks back and sees that they're being chased by a cougar down the trail the survivor isaac cedar bomb offering a terrifying account of the attack he said he had his whole entire head in the jobs of this animal and was being shaping around very very horribly the panther let go sparing cedar bombs light but taking aim at the other biker ran into the woods.

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"curtis green" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

WIMS AM 1420

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"curtis green" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420

"Hire so they're having him do it basically and and that's what he's doing there's also he uses i haven't read the book i don't know if i will buy red x hurts by christopher tara bell who has lead investigator and mark car mark forces a corrupt agent who is now in prison and curtis green we're all paid for their participation in this book there paled and so yeah and so he's relying on people these people and apparently i've told he doesn't even mentioned anything beyond that is the only one he deserves life kind of prying into his personal life or i there's lots of things have read that are inaccurate and doesn't even mentioned it's an appeal it's a very it's a narrative it's may be a movie and so it's very shallow and sensationalistic ross meanwhile sitting in a cage can't defend himself can't speak out against it can't say but what i i really am asking people to realize is he's basing it all on this murder for hire that the government never charged a trial and this is part of the appeal that's because they can't prove i don't think that ross was thread pat roberts even if even if those conversations really did happen what they're referring to was was basically and i'm probably going to miss remember some of the details on this now federal agent was supposedly talking with dread pirate robert direct federal agent who is now in prison that's the agent.

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