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New York prosecutors interview Cohen an 8th time in Trump inquiry

Pacifica Evening News

00:45 sec | Last month

New York prosecutors interview Cohen an 8th time in Trump inquiry

"Donald Trump's former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, was interviewed today for an eighth time by New York prosecutors investigating the former president's finances. Cohen met with investigators at the Manhattan district attorney's office amid a swirl of new activity and the criminal inquiry, including fresh subpoenas and face to face meetings with key witnesses. Investigation includes an examination of whether Trump or his businesses lied about the value of assets to gain favorable loan terms and tax benefits. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr also is scrutinizing hush money payments paid two women on Trump's behalf.

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NY prosecutors interview Cohen an 8th time in Trump inquiry

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

NY prosecutors interview Cohen an 8th time in Trump inquiry

"Donald trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen met again with New York prosecutors this was the eighth time Colin was interviewed in the investigation of former president trump's finances it was a very thorough it was a comprehensive meeting investigation includes an examination of whether Donald Trump or his businesses lied about the value of assets to gain favorable loan terms and tax benefits Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance junior is also looking into hush money payments paid to women on trump's behalf thankful for the opportunity to cooperate I'm going to continue to cooperate and provide more information as it's requested after a long legal battle Vance's office is looking over eight years of Donald trump's tax records I met Donahue

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Trump's tax returns and related records turned over to New York district attorney

Sean Hannity

05:36 min | Last month

Trump's tax returns and related records turned over to New York district attorney

"I want to move on and talk a little bit about the tax issue and the tax returns. The court ruling could be handed over to the state of New York and and Cyrus Vance, the A G o. It was the prosecutor in this case. Looking into the President. Trump has taxes, his finances, etcetera, etcetera. You're working on that case. Look, I don't know anything about it. I've never seen his tax returns. But from knowing how businesses are run, I doubt there would ever be a billionaire, or frankly, any wealthy person whose taxes would look good. Unless there's a W two and unless somebody's an employee, and unless there are no no deductions available, I would imagine it would be more complicated than the average person's tax returns. Number one and number two. I would imagine that the president Then private citizen, Donald Trump probably hired the best accountants and lawyers available and they were the ones that filled out the taxes and not him. Well, I could tell you this I mean, 45th president. United States did not go down to meet with the local enough No disrespect, Agent or block. Actually, they do a lot of work, but he didn't go down to the local agent are blocking. Sit down and say here, my W two than he lets on my tax return. You're actually corrected. Tax returns are from a business and from his personal Work, which includes media real estate. Real estate tax returns are complicated by nature. He had expert CPS. He had expert tax counsel that prepared the returns. I'm not concerned about the returns we fought, we fought it. During while he was president. We did not think it was appropriate. To be able to seek those records. At least not unless they could show a special height. Need to justice is actually four justices would have agreed with us on height need. I suspected we had Amy Barrett. Now she probably would have to. I don't know that But it wouldn't matter because now the 45th president is the former president. But Come out strategy standpoint, I'm not gonna discuss trial strategy, and I don't think these are going to trial but from a litigation strategy or case strategy when you defend tax cases used the tax returns to defend your case. So this is not complicated. The tax returns may be complicated, but this is not a complicated defense. You know, the president does make a point. I mean, I'm not sure if you followed Merrick Garland's hearing yesterday, but he e mean seemed like he didn't know never picked up a newspaper to may and didn't knows much about anything and wasn't even willing to commit to keep in the dorm. Investigation. Ongoing. We now have a smoking gun email appear. James committed Jim Clapper and in that, he acknowledged, And this was the day that he signed the sex and second Fiza application. Is the first renewal application subsequently signed a third application three of the four and admitted that he was not able to verify The veracity and truthfulness of what we now know is the bunk, which is Hillary's bought and paid for dirty. Russian disinformation dossier, which raises the question of fraud before a FISA court in my mind that seems like a slam dunk. Am I wrong? No, I think I think you're right. I think Merrick Garland has a as a judge. It's a good reputation and former Justice Department official as well. I'm sure he's going to get confirmed. Hopefully, he will apply the law to the fax is that sky is that kind of reputation? He's not an Eric holder in my view at all and again, I think that this is Look, when you have an election go the way it went, however, it went there. The fact is they get to pick their nominees. And while there's already been some objections on others, I don't expect to be much objection. There will be a party line. Objection, but I don't think will be overwhelming. Yeah. You know all these legal issues that the president has dealt with the weed? You know, the president uses the term witch hunt in so many different ways. Look at what this country was dragged through. For three years. You were you were part of following this entire Russian witch hunt. You were involved in everything involving you. You lived for three years. You You lived the first impeachment trial. You know when a quid pro quo when it was only one fact witness Only one it was all based on not even a real whistle blower. But I hear, say, whistle blower, non whistle blower, and, you know everyone that testified was either an opinion witness. Or hearsay witness and nobody had any facts and the only real the only true witness said No, he didn't want to quit port pro or quo. Um at all. He said he wants nothing. He wants to make sure they're not gonna be corrupt and take that to the next level is thin. You got Joe bragging on tape that he leveraged a billion taxpayer dollars so they'd fire a prosecutor. That was investigating his son being paid millions with no experience. Yeah, well, look, I think the fact is that we beat back Bob Mueller. We beat back the first impeachment. We had good success and a lot of the Supreme Court cases. And the second impeachment, which we did not participate. And although we filed a brief with the Senate on the legality issue of whether you can teach the president no longer in office, which we took the position you cannot The president won these battles I He will win these other battles that he's as right now. But look they're trying to. I think it's pretty clear that the moves here are to try to disable him, so to speak. From being able to run again,

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Supreme Court won't halt turnover of Trumps tax records

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:56 min | Last month

Supreme Court won't halt turnover of Trumps tax records

"Hope and one vaccine dose gives high protection from severe covid. It's tuesday february twenty three. I'm anthony davis in a significant defeat for former president. donald trump. The supreme court on monday declined to step into halt the turnover of his tax records to new york state prosecutor. The courts action is the apparent culmination of a lengthy legal battle that had already reached the high court once before trump's tax records not supposed to become public part prosecutor's criminal investigation but the high court's is a blow to trump because he's fought on so many fronts to keep his tax records shielded from view the ongoing investigation. The records apart of could also become an issue for trump in his life after the presidency. The supreme court waited months to act in the case the last of the written briefs of the case was filed on october nineteen but a chord that includes three trump appointees waited through the election. Trump's challenge to his defeat and a month after trump left office before issuing its order. The court offered no explanation for the delay and the legal issue before the justices did not involve whether trump was due any special deference. Because he was president. The court order is a win manhattan district attorney cyrus vance junior who's been seeking trump's tax records since two thousand and nineteen as part of an investigation vans had subpoenaed the records from the missouri's accounting firm that has long done work for trump and his businesses. Donald trump reported making more than one point six billion dollars in outside revenue and income during his four

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Supreme Court Will Not Stop Turnover Of Trump’s Tax Records To New York City DA

The Vegas Take

00:23 sec | Last month

Supreme Court Will Not Stop Turnover Of Trump’s Tax Records To New York City DA

"The Supreme Court refusing to block the turnover of former president Trump's tax records to a New York City prosecutor. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance is seeking eight years of tax returns as his office investigates alleged hush payments to women and possible tax and bank fraud. Trump is called the New York investigation, a fishing expedition and a continuation of the witch hunt. The greatest witch hunt in history. Fox is Rachel

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Supreme Court won't stop grand jury from getting Trump's tax returns

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:18 sec | Last month

Supreme Court won't stop grand jury from getting Trump's tax returns

"Desk The Supreme Court is clearing the way for a New York grand jury to get their hands on former President Trump's tax returns. The nation's highest court has rejected Trump's attempt to shield those records. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance can now require Trump to hand over his tax returns. But the only become public if he brings criminal charges

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Supreme Court won't halt turnover of Trump's tax records

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Supreme Court won't halt turnover of Trump's tax records

"The Supreme Court has declined to prevent the turnover of former president trump's tax records to a New York prosecutor Donald trump's tax records are not supposed to become public as part of the prosecutor's criminal investigation and he has long sought to keep them shielded from view Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance has been seeking trump's tax records since twenty nineteen as part of an investigation trump sued to block their release but Vance's office has said it would be free to enforce the subpoena and obtain the records should the Supreme Court declined to get involved trump has called the investigation the greatest witch hunt in history my camp in Washington

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Trump May Face Charges As States Broaden Criminal Investigations

NPR's Business Story of the Day

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Trump May Face Charges As States Broaden Criminal Investigations

"Now that he's out of office. Donald trump could find himself facing criminal charges in several cases. Manhattan district attorney cyrus vance. Junior is broadening an ongoing investigation of trump with a focus on potential financial crimes in trump's many business ventures and prosecutors in georgia have also opened a criminal investigation this one centered on that now infamous phone call trump. Made georgia secretary of state. Brad raffin burger the call in which trump asked ravensburger to find enough votes to reverse his election loss in

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Trump, again, turns to the Supreme Court to fight subpoena for his tax returns

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 6 months ago

Trump, again, turns to the Supreme Court to fight subpoena for his tax returns

"36 President Trump is asking the Supreme Court to put on hold an appeals court ruling that the president's account must immediately turn over tax records to a New York state prosecutor. The move sets up a decision from the high court that could come before Election Day court could allow the immediate enforcement of the subpoena or block it temporarily. Even if the court rules against Mr Trump the records would normally not be made public but rather turned over to Manhattan, D. A. Cyrus Vance. This is the second time the records issues

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Federal appeals court rules that New York prosecutor can get access to President Trump's tax returns

Dave Ramsey

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Federal appeals court rules that New York prosecutor can get access to President Trump's tax returns

"Another blow in the battle to prevent the release of his taxes, according to NBC News Legal analyst Pete Williams. A federal appeals court has ordered trumps accountant to release Trump's tax records to a New York state prosecutor. The court said. The subpoena is not over broad it maybe brought, it said, but it's not over a broad Trump had argued that he should only be asking for material that deals with the hush money payments made by Michael Cohen. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr is asking for eight years of Trump's tax documents. In July, the U. S Supreme Court ruled that the president is not absolutely immune from subpoenas regarding his taxes and other financial documents. The president's attorneys are expected to file an appeal with the Supreme Court. There's a new

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Federal appeals court: Trump must turn over tax records to New York prosecutor

Forum

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

Federal appeals court: Trump must turn over tax records to New York prosecutor

"System and had district Attorney's entitled to President Trump's tax returns. We have details from NPR's Carrie Johnson, the U. S Court of Appeals for the second Circuit is giving a green light to district Attorney Cyrus Vance. The grand jury in New York wants eight years of President Trump's tax returns. It's part of a broad criminal investigation into tax and insurance fraud. Trump has been fighting the demand. His lawyers say it's politically motivated harassment, but multiple federal courts have disagreed. The president still could make a last ditch bid of the Supreme Court. New York, prosecutors say Trump is trying to run out the clock. They want to move fast to avoid problems with the statute of limitations. This is

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Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 7 months ago

Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court — again

"The legal battle over President Trump's tax returns grinds on in court After hearing arguments from President Trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office, a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of Trump's tax returns. Whatever the three judge panel decides the case is likely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved. Before the November election trumps lawyers appealed to the second U. S Circuit Court of Appeals after a district Or judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. A temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided. I'm Jackie Quinn,

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Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court, again

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 7 months ago

Fight over Trump tax returns goes to appeals court, again

"Federal appeals court has declined to rule immediately today after hearing arguments in President Trump's long running fight to prevent a top New York prosecutor from getting his tax returns. However, no matter what the three judge panel ultimately decides, the matter will probably make its way back to the Supreme Court is unlikely to be resolved with weather. November election trumps lawyers appealed after failing to invalidate a subpoena for Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. Temporary restraining order remains in effect, preventing any trump tax records from being turned over and told the latest appeal is decided.

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Appeals court hears fight over Trump tax returns — again

"Both sides are awaiting a decision from a federal appeals court and whether president trump's accounting firm will be forced to turn over his tax records after hearing arguments from president trump's lawyers and the Manhattan district attorney's office a federal appeals court will rule on the long running fight to prevent the surrender of trump's tax returns whatever the three judge panel decides the case is unlikely to find its way back to the U. S. Supreme Court and remain unresolved before the November election trump's lawyers appealed to the second US circuit court of appeals after a District Court judge last month rejected their efforts to invalidate a subpoena from Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a temporary restraining order will remain in effect until this latest appeal is decided I'm Jackie Quinn

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Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

"A federal appeals court is slated to hear arguments today against the subpoena that's been issued for president trump's tax records president trump's lawyers accused the New York prosecutor in the case of resorting to speculation and innuendo to justify a subpoena for Donald trump's tax returns from his accounting firm the second US circuit court of appeals will hear arguments today after a District Court judge rejected an attempt to invalidate that subpoena Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior says there is quote a mountainous record of public allegations of misconduct to support the effort to see trump's tax returns but the president's lawyers say the subpoena was issued in bad faith hi Jackie Quinn

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Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Trump lawyers: DA's fight for tax returns built on innuendo

"In a federal just appeals one day court is president slated to trump hear is arguments slated to announce today his nominee against for the the subpoena U. S. Supreme that's been Court issued for president president trump's trump tax has already records made it clear it president will be trump's lawyers a woman accused a the nominee New York to prosecutor replace justice in Ruth the case Bader Ginsburg of resorting who died to speculation a week ago many and think innuendo the favorite is to judge justify Amy Coney a subpoena Barrett for of Donald Indiana trump's a tax staunch returns conservative from who his was accounting at the firm White House the second twice US this circuit week court president of appeals trump will hear at arguments a Jacksonville today rally after mocked a District Democrats Court judge who think rejected the nomination an attempt should wait to just invalidate like it did in that twenty subpoena sixteen Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior why says there is we quote have a lot of time a mountainous record of public let allegations me ask you the one simple of misconduct question to support if it the was effort them to instead see trump's of us tax returns do you think they do but house the president's speaker Nancy lawyers Pelosi say the subpoena is questioning was issued the haste in bad of the GOP faith let's hi just Jackie get in Quinn there and overturned the affordable Care Act at the same time we can mess with the elections Jackie Quinn Washington

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

04:25 min | 11 months ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Cafe dot com slash insider. So folks each week we received meaningful challenging and educational letters from the say tuned in calf inside our communities. And I appreciate all. The letters are really do this week. We received a message from even in Santa Barbara. And I wanNA tell you about it in twenty sixteen. Ethan started a mail art and letter. Writing Group called Penn connection which was designed to give concern people an outlet to write to those who are confined by Ice Immigration and Customs Enforcement and so for the last year and connection has been teaming up with another group called allies to end detention to send things like handmade cards to asylum. Seekers were being held at the for profit. Oh Tae Mesa detention center in San Diego. That detention center is currently experiencing the worst covid. Nineteen outbreak at any ice facility reportedly according to tallies their own tallies one hundred and fifty five detainees and eleven personnel have the corona virus and as these groups continued to send letters and receive responses from inside. Oh Mesa the facility. Somewhat disturbing picture has emerged letters from detainees. Describe wrenching detail. The lack of P supplies from hand soap to disinfectant to masks and gloves in the facility. Letters also tell stories of limited testing only available for those who are already showing very severe symptoms including according to detainees a temperature above one hundred four degrees and the massive suggests that many detainees are unable to sign the requisite forms to receive new masks and to offer release of Ice Liability. Ethan expressed concern in a letter to us about a new limitation as he relates over the last few weeks facility has taken steps to curtail the flow of mail. In and out they have return dozens of cards with prohibited item. Notices claiming the arts and crafts materials. Are Now contraband. So pen connection is now pivoting to respond with printed letters poems and other means of support even kindly shared with some of the letters he and his fellow volunteers have received from with inside the Otay Mesa facility one detainee. Julio has written repeatedly since the covid nineteen outbreak began describing in detail in letters his times a police officer immature Khan and his kidnapping at the hands of drug cartels. He says he sought asylum due to his continued fear of the cartels in one letter. Julio who by the way has been battling the Monja during the pandemic details is futile attempts to get a mask. Once outbreak began in another letter. Julio Discusses His fears about the quarantining of those in his dormitory were infected with covid. Nineteen according to reports at least one detainee From El Salvador has died of covid Nineteen Fritz part is has issued a statement pushing back on some of the claims made by Otane. Mesa detainees and activists. They claim they've taken important. Steps to safeguard all detainees staff and contractors including reducing. The number of detainees in custody and taking other measures as well. The point here is that as the whole nation struggles to deal with corona virus. There are places including detention facilities. Like these were. The problem is particularly acute and we should not forget about those people. Either based on the latest ICE. Tally there are twelve hundred. One confirmed cases among is detainees. That may not sound like a lot but it's a fifty percent positive rate is only two thousand. Three hundred. Ninety four detainees have been tested but as with all other areas where outbreaks corona virus a recurring loss within these statistics are the human stories and fears of those who remain in ice custody. The letter writing work that Ethan and so many other volunteers are engaging in is helping to personalize the pain of those people in custody who may be easily forgotten. So thank you Ethan. For your note to us for doing this work and for illustrating the importance of keeping personal stories front and center in all of our communities wherever you warm and in particular in dealing with the sometimes complex moral issues relating to compassionate release and attain justice during this pandemic well. That's it for this episode of stay tuned. Thanks again to my guest. Cyrus Vance if you like what we do. Rate and review the show on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen. Every positive review helps new listeners. Find the show. Send me your questions about news. Politics Justice tweet them to me at pre Perahera with the Hashtag ask.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

10:08 min | 11 months ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Been used as evidence on the famous coming now and one minute. And if you want to you one the guy comes in my breeze shoes searches to that data and your office didn't bring the case before I get to that and have you say what you want to say about. What do you think is the role of a prosecutor in making a public explanation about cases not brought on the one hand you could decide are cases? Speak for themselves if we don't bring a case against the mayor or the governor or a legislator or a Hollywood producer. We're not going to get into it. That's what God Jim Commun- trouble with respect to Hillary Clinton or do you think that some amount of explanation is possible and appropriate unnecessary. I think it depends on the case. I think there are some former prosecutors. Who believe as you say that you only speak through your indictments and not through your decisions not to indict that that there is no comment but I think that today some different general rules apply one of the problems about talking about a case that you don't bring is that much of the information is the information is obtained through a grand jury process and may be still covered by grand jury. Secrecy That you don't want to expose a victim or others to expose personal facts that may be harmful to them if they are exposed and so there are a number of reasons why you are reluctant to go. Deep into reasons not to prosecute a case and in two thousand fifteen to turn to your the case eluded to as I said some of the hardest decisions are the ones to not bring cases to walk away. They are indeed hardest but in that case I think the process that we followed is exactly the kind of process that I think you need to apply in cases and then you you make decision and folks will criticize you or not but you if you feel. You made the right decision. That's all you can control. I had the head of our sex crimes bureau. Who at the time had I think? Thirty nine years of prosecution experiences a professional prosecutor the chairwoman of the Defense Department's Commission on sexual assault in the military try to numerous cases and and ultimately her conclusion to me Was that this is not a case that we should bring and there were discretionary issues around that into our credibility issues around that and we made a decision which at the time. Frankly didn't seem to interesting to people at all. Is this an example of what you were referring to earlier? In in if so can you talk about it because the reporting is that the police department disagreed with the decision not to prosecute and as we discussed the decision was made by prosecutors. Not by the police but was was there a significant amount attention with respect to that decision that you were aware of. I think there was a significant amount of tension but I think it came to light at a later point in two thousand seventeen after the reportings were made on. Mr Weinstein's the allegations about his misconduct in the past. But that's an that is an example of a where our office I respect. All our law enforcement partners I really respect the NYPD and in the overwhelming number of cases that we work with them on. We come to the same conclusion but my job is different than a detectives. Their job takes them so far in the process and our job is to take a case to trial and ultimately have the proof when all the facts will be laid out as they would be laid out in that case in a trial when making decisions based on all those facts and that sometimes causes tension with the NYPD. But take another example. We made a decision our office to stop prosecuting marijuana cases in two thousand eighteen we made a decision to effectively stop prosecuting theft-of-services cases which was controversial. Because I couldn't imagine that a two dollar fifty cents theft that the consequences of being arrested and going through the criminal process were disproportionate to the offense at inception. You're things like like fair evasion on the subway. Yep and all those things caused conflict with the NYPD that set on the long run. I have had a good relationship with the Commissioner Bratton Jimmy after him and with mature today a couple more questions on the on the Weinstein case you're bringing a different case involving different victims later and just some months ago convicted Harvey Weinstein who got a significant on a number of those counts in when you've been asked about twenty fifteen versus twenty nineteen. You said something. That was very interesting. I think you said something like we're looking at that case with. Twenty fifteen is not twenty nineteen is what did you mean by that why? I think I meant two things. One that is I believe That over time we evolve in our jobs based upon events and facts that we lived through during the time in office and the publication of Mr Weinstein story in the stories of of many others. Many of whom have never been charged in court and my conversations with with survivors groups and advocates has led me to understand that workplace sexual assault was much more predominant that I knew in fact In two thousand fifteen. I don't think I'm alone in that. I'm sure that there are folks who would say. Well you were blind to it and the answer is I think many were. I don't mean we didn't. We obviously prosecuted cases involving workplace sexual assault. That's not that's not my point but the point is that in twenty seventy and we had a whole lot. More information about who Harvey Weinstein was. Seems like a few things to change right. There was different evidence. Because it's a different kind of case. I mean you've also made the point which I think is well taken that there's a shift in public consciousness and public education such that you could maybe trust juries to understand. Non Intuitive facts like victims continued to have some contact or relationship with the person who victimized them and that would make for more prosecutable case in two thousand nine hundred versus twenty twenty fifteen. But I WANNA press a little more on this other in my assessment going back earlier question we were discussing of. How important is the likelihood of success in going forward in part to me in agree? This is something that factors into. It is a series of the harm. That's involved in the crime so if it's something petty and it's not a societal deep societal issue then maybe if you have less likely to success you don't push it but in my mind. I wonder if this is if it's true that given the me too movement and all sorts of attention coming not just to Harvey Weinstein but the problem generally a sexual misconduct particularly on the part of the powerful towards the less powerful that the risk assessment for prosecutors has changed over time such that now given how serious the underlying problem is and how seriously the public takes it and how seriously you need to do something to deter it that prosecutors such as those in your office or more open to take an aggressive line in those cases is that fair or not. I think it I think it is fair. I I like to thank and I believe that. For as long as I've been involved in the office. Were making the decisions on the facts and the law but we definitely evolve in our understanding of the behavior of survivors of crime in ways and in crime areas that we didn't we see this happen. Several cases historically domestic violence in the nineteen eighties was the awareness of psychology behind a survivor stain. Returning to the abuser or coming into making complaint and then testifying opposite or not. Wanting to go forward was the case of the broad. We understood over time why that happened. And once we were able to develop expert testimony the office and I assure outer offices around the country of course were able to both be more sensitized. To the behavior of the survivor that we may not have understood previously. Also have the legal foundation through expert testimony in prior court cases. That you know that that look these evidentiary rules to bring in expert testimony sex trafficking some of the most difficult cases that we handle in terms of the issues. You're talking about we functionally no longer prosecute prostitution in Manhattan. All prostitution cases were arrested. Go to a special court in Midtown Manhattan and assistance. We assigned to that. Part are all responding from our sex trafficking unit and they're trying to identify not who commit a prostitution but what prostituted woman was. Actually man was actually in this situation because of force fraud or coercion or whatever. Age whatever age the the survivor is and so our understanding at sex trafficking changed radically Between nineteen eighty two thousand ten. We opened up our sex trafficking unit. Two thousand twelve pre. They try some of the most difficult cases where the abused partner will take the stand and.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:37 min | 11 months ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Now let's get to your questions so there were some news yesterday. As it appears the Justice Department has decided to close insider trading investigations with respect to three senators senator. Kelly Loftier Senator James inhofe and Senator Dianne Feinstein and that announcement is caused people. Ask QUESTIONS THIS. Question comes from a coal harder to asks on twitter. Hashtag as WPF question Mark Exclamation Mark Question Mark Exclamation Mark Question Mark Exclamation Mark. The punctuation is longer than the question. So I understand a lot of people wondering what's going on. Why were those investigations with respect to those? Three senators closed by way of background. You'll recall that. A dramatic step was taken by the Justice Department. With respect to a four Senator Senator Richard Burr who traded to the tune of hundreds of thousands if not more than a million dollars in individual stocks dumping most of them around the time that the coronavirus was still being downplayed by a lot of people and after he received a classified briefing that talked about the dangers of the coronavirus. In coming weeks and months I would note that with respect to the three senators to or Republicans one's a Democrat and with respect to all of them. My understanding is they have claimed and presumably. We're able to demonstrate that they didn't have any direct participation in the decisions to make those trades in one case with respect to senator it hof he didn't even attend the classified briefing. That's a little bit at the heart of what people think would make an insider trading case. Now I agree with former colleagues and friends who have been posting on social media. They're dubiousness that. The investigation was able to be completed so quickly. With respect to these three it is fairly fast. Usually people take a little bit more time but it may be that this is an election year and the FBI the prosecutor's office trying to make quick work of it. And it may be given the strictures of the speech or debate clause and interviews. They did apparently of these three senators. At least Dianne. Feinstein has said that she was spoken to and presumably material relating to communications between them and their brokers was provided to law enforcement and on the basis of that review. They had no reason to be able to pierce the explanation that these senators were not directly involved in the sales. And if you're not in they're not directly involved in the sales there can be no insider trading case. They have to have been the ones who did. The trading ordered the trading whichever of course standing completely different position because he has conceded. He's the one who made the decision to engage in those trades. So the problem here is that the Justice Department led by Bill. Bar has heard its credibility by looking like in other cases that they've been given special treatment certain people who are close to the president that they need treatment to people who are the president's adversaries that has been perpetuated by the president himself perpetuated by the president's twitter feed so if people are asking questions interacting dubious about the Justice Department's. I think that a lot of the blame for that is to be laid at the feet of the leadership of the Justice Department as it stands now that said and mild office had a lot of experience with insider trading cases. I'm not prepared to say that. There's something wrong here or nefarious here. Insider trading cases are hard to bring their heart to prove. No one has been successfully prosecuted as I understand it under the Stock Act which was passed a few years ago. That clarified it. Insider trading laws apply to members of Congress. I think even the case against Richard Burr although it seems to be accelerating there was a seizure of Richard burs cell phone that necessarily involved district judge making a probable cause. Finding that's a big deal but I don't think that's a slammed on case either for a variety of reasons that have mentioned before so until I know more I do think it was a little fast. Close those cases against the three senators. I don't have.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"What secures Cyrus Vance junior one St faces up to twenty nine years in prison America is listening to fox news rainy weather again tonight across Syria cation rainbows in the mid forties rainfall up to a half inch locally heavier amounts possible in a few places showers around start Tuesday the mostly cloudy high in the mid sixties I'm meteorologist marks a bit from the weather channel on one oh six one FM talk next news in thirty minutes follow us on social media go to one oh six one FM talk dot com to connect a lot can change in a decade in the triangle that's an understatement as the communities we love continue to grow better we'll be here to help you keep up with all the progress one oh six one FM talk celebrating ten years of serving Raleigh Durham and Chapel Hill it's not known for his modesty I think I can't help but what he is known for is I'm just a purveyor of fact Rush Limbaugh tomorrow at noon on one hand them talk and I heart radio station a trust in the case of the radio program well we better house for ten years and without looking around saying we need to pay these walls not to mention the ugly water stain on the living room ceiling and did I mention the in laws coming to visit soon so I asked around one name kept coming up sort of pro painters I called set up a free estimate there is no obligation to before I knew it they were walking me through the process and we're picking out colors it was quick easy they worked around my schedule yep I know my schedule is.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Teach you ever but you have got you know relax a may have five in July I mean it's relaxing something and a bit of a song or something we have to do any respect opportunities that listen that tape right there is damage that is that's him attempting of a of a the prelude to a rape and here's the thing Cyrus Vance had that tape and declined to use it to charge Harvey Weinstein Harvey Weinstein had scuffing yeah that they would there was somebody who was working on Harvey Weinstein's defense attorney at the time I forget his name his wife was working in the prosecutor's office yes and he also donated to Cyrus Vance's election campaign and he declined big based out he had that tape and he declined to prosecute the guy five and still have a job yes he's a he's a he's the he's the guy who who will prosecute the fare beaters and etcetera it's a result complete total that's active is that DA he should be fired right exactly I want to put out from for two years and I screamed about that at the time I said they had a tape and they would do it that's the first time we heard it and that that to me right there Warren did a chart you're absolutely right Cyrus Vance deserves to be impeached and removed from office well what Cyrus Vance has done with Harvey Weinstein devoted to be fair is very knowledge as to what a bunch of even our friends and big time attorneys and the DA down in Florida for Jeffrey up seeing the same thing man they had evidence of the of the was yes and they deserve what happened to that that dude what you got to wait for talk later second right lost his job now and now there's two tapes we're only got our hands on what they were too yeah from these current accusers that tape right there shows Harvey Weinstein an action you hear it and he should have been charged and now it's up to me I'm I'm furious that Cyrus Vance once again yeah where he he is are no good I agree a hundred percent not one of our town about a for a second she did this movie comp plan a movie I love by the way I thought it was great I put Sylvester Stallone was so good in that movie and no one ever brings that up he was great and that was a movie that was made by Harvey this is years after the the right are the that we see a luxury I should say and somebody has store once the loan is a big tough guy heroes in the movie he's a big tough guy Harvey Keitel's in the movie he's a tough guy what do you go to any of these people if in fact your soul freaked out I hope you'll he should've realized she said there was a hobby once the movie I don't realize that when you go to one of these guys like Stallone and and if for some type of protection I believe that was the con Film Festival incident yeah it's a yes as I said there's a why did you be well obviously it happened you know in real time it happened quickly that he shows up when you get it though and he does his thing and he leaves and she didn't reach out to them so well I mean that's that's so what tell me that that's not the we get a call on Robert De Niro she wasn't in his class Robert de Niro's knowing this and that all I'm saying is it doesn't take a lot for defense attorneys to poke at these things and they've got audio Dahlin Dominic and all the of the lady Diana with you he's a great attorney sell all you have to hear is that tape lights that convict that guy for right now I believe that he's he's he's guilty as charged well let's find out maybe the best defense attorney famed defense attorney in the country Joe talk a **** is set to join us we'll break it down with Joseph is Harvey Weinstein guilty or not we'll get talk apenas opinion but after this information you crossed from the capital of the world radio seventy seven W. A. B. C. news weather and good time here in the Bronx thirty eight.

"cyrus vance" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Thousands of low level pot cases were thrown out Wednesday as Manhattan's top prosecutor further to shift away from arresting and prosecuting people for small time pot offenses a misdemeanor in violation level pot offense cases that had sat open for as long as forty years were dismissed in a matter of minutes after Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance junior asked the court to scrap thousands of warrants. We held a hearing before judge. Mcgrath was our motion to dismiss three thousand forty two cases outstanding warrants for the where the charge was possession of marijuana as a misdemeanor or as violation. The judge granted that motion those cases are now dismissed because historically we see that the enforcement of the marijuana laws is disproportionately affected men and women of color. I believe eighty six percents of individuals who have been prosecuted in two thousand seventeen for these offenses were in fact, men and women's color. For whatever reason the police the police officer did. Advertently or non awareness of what the court said today. Pull somewhat in one of these warrants would happen is simply following our policy today. We were dismissed the case. Seth's need is with the neighborhood defender services of Harlem, he says the move will save a lot of his clients at the economic headaches that can come with the low level arrests. This is significant to changing the lives of our clients in our communities that face over policing. And if they get stopped they could be put through the system and lose the cars to get to they could lose housing. They could lose there's all kinds of collateral consequences that stemmed from an arrest from these old wards. So I'm thrilled that the DA's office is working on this New York allows marijuana derived medications for some conditions, but recreational use remains illegal although democratic governor Andrew Cuomo has appointed a panel to draft legislation that could legalize it and CBS news on Wednesday fired sixty minutes. Top executive Jeff Fager who has been under investigation following reports. He groped women at parties and tolerated. Abusive workplace at CBS news reporter working on a story about Fager reveal that he had sent her. A text message warning her to be careful favors the third major figure at CBS to lose his job in the past year over misconduct allegations. And it follows news anchor Charlie rose last November and CBS CEO. Les Moonves has just this week? And finally this morning here on America's First News. The town of rabbit hash Kentucky's morning. It's mayor and everyone says this one was a real dog. It's no insult. In fact, the town is at a series of dogs serving as mayor and one of the most recent died this week Lucy..

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on The Young Turks

"So at that point, governor Andrew Cuomo comes in and says, this is unacceptable. We need to launch an investigation into the DA's office to see what the hell is going on. We're going to figure out what the hell is going on. Okay, he has since reversed that decision. So there are layers of politics and corruption in this story. So. I believe that. That Cuomo's decision was political in a couple of different ways. But the most important part of the story is the underlying if fundamental part is the corruption of our entire system, right? But the most important political apart is what this is going to do to Cuomo because it looks real bad. If Cynthia Nixon pressed on this open wound, there's some chance that look sometimes one issue is your in whole election that people get so mad about this that it could cost them and why did Cuomo and do it because he can't help. So let's give you details and we'll explain the different layers. Okay. So just to repeat myself and make sure that we're clear the DA's office, Cyrus Vance, junior, the district attorney had received ten thousand dollars in donations from the law firm representing Harvey Weinstein. There was never any prosecution. Okay. Yeah. And to be clear, he got a couple of months after he declined to prosecute, so I don't know what's worse or better if you get it ahead of time or afterwards. And if it. A wink or nod. So Andrew Cuomo says, we need to investigate this and figure out why the DA decided not to prosecute Harvey Weinstein, but news developed indicating that no, the governor has decided to completely drop. Well, suspend this investigation, and people were wondering why now David Sirotta dug into the story and has a possible reason why. And he writes in capital and main dot com. New York governor. Andrew Cuomo has halted an investigation into the handling of the Weinstein case just as a Boase law firm gave Cuomo's campaign twenty five thousand dollars. So boys is wine Laura or was why sizzler onto a very recently. So he's going around Hammy checks to all the people who might prosecute wanna see what a nice coincidence for Weinstein, and it turns out the oldest side that they were going to drop investigations left and right. This is the third time we're clarifying Cuomo, did. Drop investigation of Weinstein. He dropped it investigation of the prosecutor who would not prosecute Weinstein, but charges investigations are being dropped left and right as checks are being dropped left and right. So an end to be extra clear, the investigations into Harvey Weinstein continue. So this is not about Harvey Weinstein anymore. This is about investigating the district attorney and the decision that was made to not initially investigate Harvey Weinstein or prosecute him. After these allegations had come forward Cuomo in March called for the New York attorney general's office to investigate the handling of the case which revolved around accusations that Weinstein groped in Italian model. So at the time Cuomo said, quote, it is critical. Not only that these cases are given the utmost attention, but also that there is public confidence in the handling of these cases. Unless of course I get twenty five thousand dollars in my reelection campaign. Then all of a sudden the public's trust isn't as important. I added. That last part, obviously, let me go to grabbing five here because this is. A lot of ways the most important part of the story because it gives you the overall picture in all boys and his law firm have given Cuomo's gubernatorial campaigns more than two hundred forty,.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"The list is shorter i'm lisa lacerra fox news president trump met with four potential candidates for premium court justice today white house spokesman sarah sanders did not name names and not get a detail that what was discussed namely roe versus wade is prolife but in terms of the process of selecting a supreme court nominee as the president said last week he's not going to discuss specific cases with those nominee last week justice anthony kennedy announced he would retire at the end of this month two republican senators lisa murkowski of alaska and susan collins of maine have said they would be in favor of a justice who preserves a woman's right to choose with murkowski sancti she hopes candidates replacement has similar views that conservative justices considered a swing vote on the court a third woman accusing harvey weinstein of sexual assault as he continues to deny the allegations weinstein up to now has denied every allegation against him from the dozens of women who have accused him of sexual misconduct the latest indictment is the third weinstein officially faces he will appear in court on this new charge on july ninth manhattan district attorney cyrus vance junior has not identified this latest accuser but it's called the offense among the most serious under new york law a weinstein spokesperson has thus far not commented but his attorney has challenged accuser's credibility and says he'll plead not guilty grenell scott rescue crews in thailand have located the members of the youth soccer team and their coach who became trapped over a week ago when heavy rain k that's partially filled with water now authorities have to determine they should bring in supplies i or get the group out i phil wilson and archbishop in australia sentenced to twelve months in detention for covering up child sex abuse fox news fair and balanced.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Rattlesnakes guns are a security blanket of selfreliance and protection they keep them safe with a way of life it's like when i get up in the morning address i get my wallet again my watch i get my get my thought on the same thing to get my got put in most big cities like los angeles chicago washington d c in new york guns or a clause of fear and concern not comfort in law enforcement is lined up against rangers from faraway place is walking around their cities with loaded guns in violation of their own wolves i think it would be a disaster for new york city and i think for major cities around the country think it's insanity manhattan district attorney cyrus vance in new york city police commissioner james o'neill say their city has the most to lose every year new york caixin nearly fifty million visitors from all over the country in newark ingested sometimes chaotic city even if a tiny fraction were legally carrying concealed weapons it would mean hundreds of thousands of additional bans for what is right now the safest big city in america you bring that kind of volume of firepower even with wellintentioned people it's going to be extremely dangerous more guns more violence that switzer said absolutely is they're not just worried about more crime but an increase in suicides gun accidents and heated arguments turning into lethal altercations and with no national database for concealed carry permits the nypd says it would not be able to immediately determine whether someone was legally carrying or not right now we we have a good idea of of who is carrying guns if this law passes that all bets are off anybody can come into new york city from any state and.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Wondering if on some level the da's office said you know what it doesn't matter that this is the tiny bank we're going to make some one finally pay yeah i think you're right i mean you know when when cyrus vance jr the dea of manhattan announced the indictments he said that um this was the first um prosecution of a bank by their office since 1991 and and he went on to say that this bank fit the abacus if they were indicting was connected to the the mortgage fraud crisis a two thousand eight and the thing is when you look at this in the film does the what went on it abacus had nothing to do with what was going on in two thousand eight and you know as you learn in the film early on is is that abacus discovered some low level very petty fraud going on and and a couple of their branches and they they dealt with it in reported at so in so many ways it's the opposite the big bank so you know i think vance would tell you when i interviewed him you know he just said look we saw fraud and we went after there was no other calculation going on here in terms of what dictated our our decision to bring this to trial but i find that hard to believe when you look at the way in which the indictments for announce where they chained together low level bank in the employees the current and former employees and paraded them down the hall in front of the media and he made a big statement outs of you know prosecuting this spanking in connection with the mortgage for a crisis it sure seems pretty clear that they were looking for a trophy here you know as you said it's clear the things went wrong at abacus the selfreported they went through the process the way they were supposed to do but one of the things that comes to light is that in some ways this is a crime without a victim said you know that one of the people you interviewed sort of compares this to you the the financial equivalent of jaywalking is jaywalking illegal will technically yes it is but is that a great use of resources and and again it goes to the question of you know.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Seven kboi you're listening to rush limbaugh week in review the manhattan da's cyrus vance junior emerged dead cyrus vance big muddy of lbj sign cyrus vance jr is explaining to the drive by media why there have not been any charges are indictments against weinstein is that we've never had enough evidence to indict i mean just could somebody's a pin doesn't mean you can put them in jail he didn't say that i mean that that's that's i have to be very careful here i translate things for people with as essentially what he is saying and they're asking will what about trump what about trump wants to wipe israel so it's happening right now i'm not going to join it in progress we'll get the details of it later but i want to go back to the callers question because this is up actually for me as a as a powerful influential member of the media and one of these were members of the socalled broadcast community it's a fascinating question in terms of the answer being informative because his his point was look if if the nfl is having problems because the audiences leaving why does of the interest leave the late night shows which are totally anti trump and caused damage there in the answer is interesting it all has to do with how the nfl built its audience and what the nfl's doing now is basically snubbing that audience and it's the people playing the game who were snubbing the audience and the people play the game have no equity and that they get nothing at stake they're going to get paid no matter what they don't they have invested a diamond the anything that's equity or ownership based their employees highly paid in most cases but they've got no stake in it very average length of time playing is four years some of them make it ten fifteen outside after that they're don't care not there problem so they have the in.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on KKAT

"But anyway but the you know the bring that up the new york post has a big story this morning that the nypd is back on a harvey weinstein trail that they have detectives looking in and looking for more evidence after saive anson press charges a couple of years ago the manhattan da that the nypd is put detectives on this case again looking for more evidence press charges against him we're going to bring charges eventually cyrus vance you digression here of ball in reviewing the debate yellowknife ordeal lemaire terrible malaysia from their motorola's molly attack us now bowl a house and could do actually a lot better all three roach but free broached up screaming and which i've always been on this program has been my friend for 35 years been program for thirty years and but what what happens with boris yeltsi's frenzy here's emails and people who tell him how great years when he starts screaming and stuff and is almost and coherent so so he takes his mother all servers on you know and he buys end of that but if he'd calmed down and stop screaming big show real toughen funny of your watch but it but if he if he gets to the point where they don't have to shut his mic off he could resume was and people need vote for him mm is not inconsiderable all the bigger one i mean i'm not a fool wanaka at all when it comes to likely be in miglio dimas cattle ranch cultural cancer one number one read the background checks on people award there iran is kids i'll just try bridges where we want for almost twenty years of.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"A manhattan da cyrus vance jordan your members dead cyrus vance big body of lbj cyrus vance jr is explaining to the drive by media why there have not been any charges are indictments against weinstein in his we've never had enough evidence to indict i mean uscca's somebody's a paying doesn't mean you can put them in jail he didn't say that i mean that that's that's i have to be very careful here i translate things for people but essentially what he's uh saying and they're asking what about what about trump for the but once you why because you're so it's happening right now i'm not going to join it and progress will get the details of it later but i want to go back to the callers question because this is actually for me as a as a powerful influential member of the media and one of these down members of the socalled broadcasts community it's a fascinating question in terms of the uh answer being informative because his his point was look if if the nfl is having problems because the audiences leaving why does of the audience just leave the late night shows which are totally anti trump and caused damage there in the answer is interesting it all has to do with how the nfl built its audience in what the nfl's doing now is basically snubbing that audience and it's the people playing the game were snubbing the audience and the people play the game have no equity in if they get nothing at stake there are going to get paid no matter what they don't they have invested a diamond to anything that's equity your ownership based their employees highly paid in most cases but they've got no stake in it their average length of time playing is four years some of them make it ten fifteen outside after that they're don't care not there problem so they have the in there they think they've got the freedom to selfishly pursue things that have nothing to do with the national football league they're trying to take over something they don't own and use it for political purposes which is driving the audience away and it's up to the league emmy owners to deal with that sadly sadly not the government now trump can provide the pressure he can provide the leadership but the edict should not come from government over how employees behave where they work except if their federal the.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on KTRH

"They manhattan da's cyrus vance jordan your numbers dead cyrus vance big body of lbj cyrus vance jr is explaining to the drive by media why there have not been any charges are indictments against weinstein is the we've never had enough evidence to indict i mean just could somebody's up paying doesn't mean you can put them in jail he didn't say that i mean that that's that's i have to be very careful here i translate things for people with that essentially what he's uh saying and they're asking what about trump what about trump wide so it's happening right now i'm not going to join it in progress we'll get the details of it later but i want to go back to the callers question because this is a actually for me as a as a powerful influential member of the media and one of these stellar members of the socalled broadcast community it's a fascinating question in terms of the answer being informative because his his client was look if if the nfl is having problems because the audiences leaving why does of the audiences leave late night shows which are totally anti trump and caused damage there in the answer is interesting it all has to do with how the nfl built its audience and what the nfl's doing now is basically snubbing that audience and it's the people playing the game who were snubbing the audience and the people playing the game have no equity in it they get nothing at stake they're going to get paid no matter what they don't they have invested a dime into anything that's equity or ownership based their employees highly paid in most cases but they got no stake in it very average length of time playing his four years some of make it ten fifteen outside after that they're don't care not there problem so they have the in there they they they they've got the freedom to selfishly pursue things that have nothing to do with the national football league they're trying to take over something they don't own and use it for political purposes which is driving the audience away and it's up to the league emmy owners to deal with that sadly are sadly not the government now trump can provide the pressure he can provide the leadership but the edict should not come from government over how employees behave were they work except if their federal.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on WTMA

"That field what kind of peanut butter he buys it's better that way chunky or creamy take a whiff jeff varner mccranie creamy jeff guy good girl go to creamy jeff i think is the way that igf get the big ole thing 'cause uh use a lot of it give the two pex sometimes yeah but not until uh my front amy asked this question did i i started to speak and then i froze are micro wait a minute and sounds like you know when you're going to do that's it so what happened with the harvey weinstein and cyrus vance jr son of jimmy carter is a held a number of positions the carter administration at the defense department and then secretary of state done and cyrus vance and now his son is apparently a crooked democrat dna in new york for the county of new york cover all the boroughs and here's the story from the ib t harvey weinstein there shouldn't be called swine steen your thing is nickname in hollywood should be swines dean as you're just be this weinstein scandal harvey's weinstein and all of his little piglets that it been suckling on his nipples for so long now now that the that schumer's and hillary's and obama's oh can my daughter have an internship with you oh you're disgusting thanks for the internship them here's some hear what you we'll we'll have some business you'll get would you like to fry fly my friends jet over to europe for your rehab harvey weinstein lawyer gave ten thousand dollars to.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

93.3 WMMR

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on 93.3 WMMR

"Yay cyrus vance junor decided not to press charges he released a statement via spokesperson saying that after analysing the available evidence including multiple interviews of both parties a criminal charge is not supported i guess i can understand that it be probably wouldn't have stood up at all right you know so do what you you look at gogel wealth of stuff that exists and this is where where people are coming down on on hollywood for for this debt now everyone saying it but apparently it was such common knowledge and the stories route there and people who were heavy hitters who could have detach themselves from the influence of arbi weinstein who were standing could have done it didn't can come forward well there there is debate on that yeah and i've got some statements and listen there's even this goes even more beyond harvey weinstein there's a story about terry cruz is going to blow your was crazy log into that among the but mira sorvino till the new yorker their weinstein harassed her as well right right he envisat oscar winner yes uh he started massaging my shoulders which made me very uncomfortable and then try to get more physical sort of chasing me around how she adds that rejecting him ultimately hurt her career rear a she said there may have been other factors but i definitely felt iced out of that and that my rejection of harvey had something to do with it she told farrell meanwhile celebrities coming out in droves to denounce weinstein so big names like jennifer large the cold kevin meryl streep george clooney gwyneth paltrow and more angelina jolie and i'll get to some of those well hutu to that point president time talking about more other power players and other other men in the industry who were aware of this there's audio of sex mcfarland making a joke um when they went to a maybe screen actors guild award knows the oscars be two thousand thirteen as the nomination ceremony domination somalia the yards 100 outright everybody's.

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"cyrus vance" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"cyrus vance" Discussed on KKAT

"Have it on tape i now is that they didn't have enough i now of course number enough that's what they said the district attorney's office says there's no there wasn't enough evidence to charge him and then right after he dropped the charges the ten grand from this lob for his campaign the cyrus vance the manhattan the now now brutal brutal the debate stage last night just give you a few highlights of level more the turnaround the ha the highlights last night from the very beginning it did was it was just a circus swimming just even in the introductions of the ah the candidates onstage with de blasio elliot takase indeed all this is how it's added now let's go to hell the blogger thank you very much time thus letting him have in from the very start somebody get kicked out later but then we get the unique opening statement from uh from od'd on everyone i got to say maybe fan go off and running off of that point amanda gander we got a handle of all their home blew gutted resolve on on stage you see when the woman went after him though a reporter for not paying his taxes allegedly and what he said to her and no air here she's saying you went through this whole all these stories have been written about whether or not he paid his taxes and bows response wait and you try to take me doubt but you know what you make last year point eight million aw for grace ravi one nineteen after the armed before we get those forged the mortgage to burn it is riven adopted konta armored from allows tangibility award for them down it's the calm before the storm right here wait how is not going to stop this i forgot oh yeah that's an awfully hot coffee pots at i drop it on donald trump probably not but that's all i got to like come up with a solid got a plan and now i gotta hatchet like a game a patchy would it tomahawk i'm all walking sat on moscow ramadan and say a prayer that every time talks she gets a map hamas stop but we met at give obama props because what we gotten off its now's the kamikaze that'll probably caused a nuclear holocaust while the drama clocks any waits for the quiet down he'll discuss his cleanup and flying around.

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