35 Burst results for "Dc G."
Salt: The Good, The Bad, and the Truth
"Do you have a love. Affair with the salt shaker. Are you having trouble breaking yourself of the prepackaged food addiction. Do you have a ballpark guess. For the recommended amount of sodium you should be consuming on a daily basis. What about the devastating consequences of too much salt in your diet. Don't be ashamed or alarmed with any of your answers if you just don't know because it's not your fault. We all fall parada marketing and the lure of salty. Foods trust me. That's one of the reasons why i'm here to help. Cut through the bs and get straight to the research and the truth about sodium. My guest today is one of the preeminent scientists who has been fighting on the frontlines in washington. Dc literally going to political battle for my health and yours for more than fifty years. Michael jacobson is a rockstar researcher. And the author of the recently released book sought wars the battle over the biggest killer new american diet. He is founder of the center for science and the public interest which was developed in nineteen seventy-one as a health advocacy group for food safety and nutrition. The i may not sound familiar to you. But their work. Well they are responsible for nutrition facts labeling on food products they are also responsible for getting food out of schools and removing trans fat. Out of the food supply just to name a few of their landmark efforts today though we talk all about our love affair with salt why it become so prevalent in our diet much of it without us even realizing it what are the impacts on our personal health and most importantly how can we ditch the desire for that extra dash at every single meal.
DC Fans Call on Warner Bros. to Make Batman Movie
"Same fans who lobbied for a recent Snyder cut of Justice League have now turned their attention to the bat flag over the weekend Make the black make the bat Fleck movie began trending on Twitter as friends tried to convince the D C you to make a Batman movie starring Justice League's Ben Affleck. Now he has said he's done playing. Crusader after the upcoming flash movie and Warner Brothers has already working on a Batman movie starring Robert Pattinson. So doesn't look like the chances are good.
The Island Investor - Douglon TSE
"I'm here with douglas dc. Douglas and you are a friend of october. That's who introduced you. So let me play you the introduction. That octo said about you. From the last series i'm recommending. Very good guy called declan and he's from an interesting family. He's doing a very cool. Business is a small island next to shanghai with october. First of all tell me. How do you know actor. She designed my suit and my wife's dress either wedding through the contradiction for my father. Well there you go and she said that you come from an interesting unsure. We will discuss that as part of our discussion today. But before we do that the first thing i would ask anyone in that chair is what object did you bring that in some way represents your life in china I brought a very humble rock from sin silent. This rock is something that we try to incorporate in design for shops on silent and We try to use as much local stuff as possible and so local fishermen would use these rocks to way down the nets when fishing. So it's really cool. And it's very durable and i usually give this as a gift to all my friends who visit me. Awesome sloughing excellent. Oh as a gift. So what what do they use. Ideally i tell them to use as a candle holder. This raucous for you excellent. Okay thank you so much weight so this rock here has been at. The bottom of the ocean has it. Yes what they do is they would go out to see and Depending on the seasons there were fish for different things from fishes crabs to Shrimps the entire island for the past. Couple of hundred years is based off of fishing economy until recently after they may transportation more convenient Tourism started boom.
US federal court to decide fate of Dakota Access Pipeline permit
"Representatives of the standing rock sioux tribe. Say the biden administration should take action against the dakota access pipeline standing rock and three other tribes have sued the us army corps of engineers for issuing an illegal permit for the pipeline under the trump administration. Now they say president biden should not leave it to the courts to decide whether the pipelines should be. Shut down victoria. Wicks reports brandon. Maui is a councilman with the standing rock sioux tribe. He says president joe biden should follow through on his promise to become a leader in environmental battles and protect the missouri river from potential. Oil spills. From the dakota access pipeline. So it's not just the right for us got enough to have access to those clean waters to ensure that those waters or clean the also millions of people downstream. Now he says president biden should do what other administrations have not done require. Us government agencies to sit down with tribes and nation to nation consultation and take seriously the expertise of tribal leaders. Maui made his comments at a news conference. Following an april ninth hearing in a dc federal court where a lawyer for the corps of engineers told the judge the agency doesn't intend to take action on the pipeline for at least a year after an environmental study has been completed in the meantime the pipeline operates without an easement standing rock attorney. Is john hassle men of earthjustice. He says in granting permits the corps of engineers has historically treated tribal consultation as a box to be checked haslemere says the corps should consult with tribes as an opportunity to learn if they had listened to the try from the beginning we considered where the pipeline was cited. This whole thing could have another federal court. Hearing is set for april nineteenth in the meantime hassle men in maui say standing rock will continue to pressure the biden administration to step up for national native news. I'm victoria wicks in rapid city. South
Navigating Life After Pregnancy Loss
"The silence around losing a baby that my mom mentioned at the top of this episode is not only common for some cultures in household pregnancy. Loss can also be a taboo subject. So i very first takeaway and that goes for. Everybody is to acknowledge. The loss acknowledged that a family is hurting to help. Start our conversation. We wanted to speak with dr jamila parrot. A board certified gyn in washington dc. Where she's also the president and ceo of an organization called physicians for reproductive health. Now i have a little bit. Is my voice coming through okay. 'cause my video has been mike delayed intermittently during the day. You look fine so far. Good big part of the silence around pregnancy loss. The failure to acknowledge that loss is that we don't always have a shared understanding of what it is or how it shows up. There are lots of ways that people described pregnancy loss. We're using that phrase here but some people describe it as a miscarriage for an example in the medical field. We describe it as a spontaneous abortion. All of those mean the same thing that pregnancy stopped growing Typically in the first trimester but not always. Dr parents says that most of the time it's unclear why pregnancy loss happens. That's why we call it. Spontaneous typically in the way. That i talk about it with people that i care for. It's nature's way of ending a pregnancy. That wasn't going to be able to continue on. Its own my mom well. She's all too familiar with dr perez describing alone said her loan me. Why aren't two years after having me. My mom suffered a miscarriage. She and my dad tried again and in january nineteen ninety-three gave birth to my twin sister brittany brianna but brianna. Well she was born sleeping.
Bicyclist dead, 3 injured after multi-vehicle crash in Northwest Washington, DC
"DC happened around 7 30 Yesterday evening on Massachusetts Avenue near Second Street, D c. Police believe in SUV on Massachusetts hit the cyclist and another SUV, Simon. Titanius Lee, causing several other accidents. W T O P Traffic reporter Dave Gildan was at the crash scene near the broken car parts. The damaged capital bike share bicycle on its side on the pavement helmet about 10 FT. Away. Van head on into a traffic signal pole, several other damaged vehicles. Police reconstruction ongoing in D C. Police say the man
Bicyclist dead, 3 injured after multi-vehicle crash in Northwest Washington DC
"Is dead after a multi car crash in northwest DC, had happened it around 7 30 yesterday evening on Massachusetts Avenue near Second Street, D. C. Police believe it happened when an SUV on mass Avenue hit the cycle list and another SUV simultaneously. That initial crash led to several other accidents. W T O P Traffic reporter Dave Gildan was at the crash scene near the Broken car parts damaged capital bike share bicycle on its side on the pavement helmet about 10 FT. Away. Van head on into a traffic signal pole, Several other damaged vehicles. Police reconstruction, ongoing D C. Police say a man was riding a bike when he was hit by a car and later died. Ah, woman was also her but is expected to be okay. Six vehicles were involved in that crash. It
Washington DC area schools expect higher enrollment in fall
"Prince George's County has kids back in the classroom again on a hybrid schedule, But many students are choosing to stay all virtual and others have left the system altogether. School leaders think classrooms will fill out in the fall, though overall enrollment is down this school year in Prince George's County, we saw the con in a Roman of about 2000 students. But many of those who are younger students where their parents could actually do that all that home teaching experience. But Monica Goldson, the CEO of the County school system says that's likely to reverse back in the next school year. We're expecting that those families will come back, and we'll still see a percent about a 1% increase in student body as well. And that also means the county expects to hang a help wanted sign outside of schools this summer. Definitely every increase of students that we have will cause an increase in the number of staff that we hired John Doman w T O P News.
New vaccination site opens at Arena Stage in Southwest Washington, D.C.
"That new vaccination site that just opened at Arena stage in Southwest D. C on Lee a few 100 doses today during the soft launch, Edgar Darby runs Arena State. There is a real Real sense of accomplishment around here today. It's thrilling to be able to take an action that really just builds people's confidence. You see, the centers of person gets That vaccine. They just feel they just have a different view of life. Now By tomorrow, they say they expect to give about 1000 Johnson and Johnson. Covert shots. A day side is by appointment only operates Thursday through Sunday from 8 to 5 to get a shot. You have to sign up through DC's vaccine portal
Washington DC approves some fans at Capital One Arena
"Some local teams. As D. C is approved waivers. Those fans that capital one arena for Wizards and Capitals games, effective immediately can host at 10% capacity. Same for the Mystics. When they start the WN BA season later on Nationals, DC United will now also be able to host fans at 25% capacity at Nats Park and out he feels speaking of the Nazi at the defending champion L. A
EVs & Infrastructure - Katie Sloan, Southern California Edison
"Drivers do percents of their charging. That's eight zero percent of their charging at home. There are over twenty two thousand charging stations on over sixty six thousand chargers across the united states and counting with more being installed every day. The new electric vehicles have a healthy amount of battery range. Some as much as three hundred fifty miles as i recall and the cars. Frankly are very very cool. I was at the dc. Auto show recently took a ride with a race car driver in an electric volvo sports car. That was way cool. There are electric and hybrid. Suv sedans sports cars et cetera. So what is holding it up. I'd like you to meet a woman who we hope can answer some of these questions kate. Sloan is the director of mobility at southern california edison. I met katie a few months ago at an electric drive transportation association forum. And i knew i had to have you meet her. Katie has been at southern california edison for about seventeen years if i read that right in her linked in profile and his knee deep electric vehicles. She earned her degrees in economics. Which is an interesting angle to approach this from both at her graduate undergraduate and master's degrees from new mexico state university welcome to green connections radio. Katie and thank you so much for joining us. Thank you john. I'm excited to be here. Oh you're welcome you're welcome so you focus on removing the barriers to electric vehicle adoption which assumes there's a big market for these vehicles but since most of us are not even be owners. What's your pitch to own one. That's a great question to start with. And i would say that. Electric vehicles are funded. Drive that is the number one reason that people should be thinking about purchasing them love to share a little story about my own personal experience and that is that my husband has always driven really large. Suv's and trucks his whole life and when we went car shopping a few years ago and we started looking at electric vehicles. I have to say that he was like probably the majority of folks saying that he was not very excited about purchasing an electric vehicle so much so that when we went to test drive one of the cars he refused to sit in the front seat and actually sat in the back with his arms folded
Washington, DC releases causes of death for 4 people in Capitol attack
"The corner in Washington. See revealed the deaths of the causes of death of four of the five people who died in the January sticks massacre. It was you know, the news media called it all kinds of things there, blood drenched and it was all this up. Two individuals died of cardio events, heart attacks in effect, one died of a drug overdose that remind me of Woodstock Woodstock. There were three deaths at Woodstock. Three days of piece of music and three deaths to drug overdose, and one guy passed out in a sleeping bag was run over by a tractor and killed at Woodstock. So at the January six, right Two people died. Medical examiner Washington DC Yesterday only took three months only took three months. But we're not done yet because we still don't know how Officer Brian Sick. Nick died. That's a secret. It's a state secret because the Democrats are using it as a political weapon. So The coroner's office in Washington, D. C is still keeping it in a little hush hush has swept under the
Capitol rioters' causes of death released by Washington, DC medical examiner
"Three months after the deadly Capitol attack. We're getting more information on most, but not all of the deaths. Fox is Tony J. Powers as the details live. D C chief medical examiner, Dr Francisco Diaz says that two of the people died of natural causes, while a third that of amphetamine intoxication, he says Ashley Babbitt died from a gunshot wound to the left shoulder while trying to climb through a door into the House chamber. Cause and manner of death for the fifth person killed. Capitol police officer Brian Sick. Nick has not been released. Two people have been charged with assaulting officers sickness, but they're not charged in his death. Dave
Washington, D.C. leaders speak out after woman is restrained on Metro platform
"A video showed multiple metro transit police officers restraining a woman who had a bloody lip. She was on the Metro platform leading the one that stopped now witness at the scene told officers that a man had brandished a knife when that woman wouldn't move away from him Metro Transit officers approach. The woman after police say she was behaving erratically and screaming at other writers. She was taken to a hospital to receive mental health services. Police say the woman was restrained after she assaulted an officer Saturday night at the gallery Place Chinatown Metro Station. A man involved was arrested on a charge of possession of a prohibited weapon. Virginia's attorney general, Mark Herring, and the
New Racial Slur Allegation Follows Washington DC Area Football Game
"County and Alexandria schools are sharing what actions they're taking after accusations of racism and abuse at a JV football game on Monday night. It comes two weeks after student athletes at the Fairfax County School were accused in a similar incident with a school in Arlington County. Quote. We're taking this matter seriously. T. C. Williams High School principal Beater Ballas wrote two families. Saying he and the athletic director met with junior varsity and varsity football players to collect their accounts of the allegations of J V player was spat on and called a racial slur during a game Monday against Robinson Secondary in Fairfax. Perfects County schools says it's quote aware of a number of allegations regarding the use of racially charged language and racial slurs in the past few weeks and says it plans to hold a stand down meeting for all teams and coaches. Her Virginia high School League rules. Players heard using such language will be ejected and suspended for additional games. Meghan Cloherty w
Man dies in Washington, DC house fire
"A man is dead after a house fire in D. C overnight on Monroe Street northeast in the Brooklyn neighborhood, D C. Fire investigators say the fire was heavy, but they were able to keep it from spreading to other homes Nearby. The man was found on the second floor pronounced dead at the scene. No one else was in the home at the time of the fire, the cause remains under
National forensics board suspends Washington, D.C. crime lab’s accreditation
"The decision by the body that oversees DC Scribe Lamb crime lab that is to suspend its accreditation to analyze a wide range of evidence is apparently based on allegations made in a criminal investigation. Into the lab. The D. C Department of Forensic Sciences has quote deliberately concealed information and quote engaged in misrepresentations and fraudulent behavior that from a letter written by the vice president of forensics of the labs, accrediting body and assign National accreditation board to DFS director Dr Jennifer Smith. In the letter obtained by W T. O p Pamela Sale, writes. It relied on court filings from a criminal investigation into the lab's handling of an analyst's error to suspend its accreditation to analyzed Nana ballistics fingerprints and digital evidence. He sees deputy mayor. Public Safety says DFS plans to appeal the decision. But Annie be standards indicate it has initiated the process of withdrawing accreditation not to seek the suspension. Meghan Cloherty w T o P News
What The Cherry Blossom Bloom Can Tell Us About Climate Change
"Canopies of pink and white flowers are blanketing washington. Dc right now. After the city's cherry trees hit full bloom last week. Dc's first cherry trees were gift from japan and the city of kyoto. The cherry trees bloomed even earlier. In fact kyoto's peak. Bloom was the earliest on record. For twelve hundred years following pattern of earlier and earlier blooms since the eighteen hundreds when a cherry blossoms can reflect climate change. A pattern of early blooms can indicate warming springtime temperatures. But it's complicated the intellectual. Climate change is indisputable. I think however the decisive factor for the j. blossoms is the winter temperature now. Go obey is a journalist and author of the sacre obsession. She says cherry trees need a full month of cold temperatures in order to properly blossom when it gets warmer. If they don't get the chilly weather for a month then they blossom later because they can't make up trouble so while early blooms caused by warm springs are troubling delayed. Blooms may also be the result of warming winters and the south of japan has already seen delayed blooms in recent years in southern japan. The rinta isn't cold enough for long enough on so the muslims are coming out later as much as by a week as winter. Temperatures continue to rise obey says. The delays may grow to the point. Where trees don't blossom at all. The trees in dc's tidal basin. Are yoshino cherries. That variety also makes up about seventy percent of all the cherry trees in japan. Yoshi knows are easy to propagate they begin blossoming after only five years and they gained popularity in japan in the nineteen th century while other cherry species were forgotten and went extinct.
"dc g." Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"In black by a dc was a monster success and a career triumph. The band had come back from a tragedy that could have broken them up instead. They wound up with their all time. Bestseller the back in black lp would ultimately spend years on the album chart and generate the band's to most iconic hits back in black never topped the billboard album chart acdc would have to wait for the end of nineteen eighty-one for that to happen for those about to rock we salute. You was the album that finally made. Acdc chart toddlers. But it's a far less well-known album. Its tracks less familiar. It's.
"dc g." Discussed on The Ten News
"Over the weekend. We released a special episode about the january six insurrection at the us capitol in washington dc. Check it out if you haven't already since then there have been more developments to the story. Twitter announced it would permanently banned donald trump from the platform due to the risk of further incitement of violence and even more consequential the house of representatives has drafted articles of impeachment against him for the incitement of insurrection. We'll keep following these stories and bringing you updates clearly as i'm sure you've heard grownups say actions have consequences no matter who. You are our correspondent. Bridget todd lives in washington. Dc we heard from her in our special episode about what it was like. Being there. the insurrection in that story she mentions at the mayor had to wait for the federal government to activate the national guard because dc is an estate. We thought. now it'd be a good time to revisit a story. Bridget brought us about that very subject a few months ago. Most people who live in the united states of america live in a state like new york or california in minnesota or main. Well i live in the united states of america. But i don't live in a state what that's because i live in washington. Dc our nation's capital in the constitution. Washington dc is meant to be a capital and it's made up of land given by maryland and virginia. Which is why. It's a federal district and state instead of a governor being charged. Dc is controlled by congress. Eleanor holmes norton washington. Dc's congresswoman doesn't get a vote in congress like other congress people deal and even though we pay money for taxes just like every other state we don't really get say in what happens in our own government that's why our license plates have a slogan from the revolutionary war taxation without representation. There used to only be thirteen states in america but over the last two hundred years our country has grown and now there are fifty states and if to become state therapy fifty one. Wouldn't that be something and dc already has more people than to the fifty states. Vermont and wyoming. Oh wow man. And it's possible that dc could become a state this summer. The us represetantives voted to make dc estate. It was a big deal because it was the first time this has ever happened. Now.
"dc g." Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
"Trending political news washington dc. Police arrested in rica taro. He is the leader of the proud boys. This happened monday afternoon and charged him with burning. A black lives matter. Banner that was ripped down from a historic black church in december during a protest. A dc police. Spokesperson said that. Taro was arrested after police stopped. Vehicle he was in shortly after it entered the city. -tario was charged with a misdemeanor. Count of destruction of property related to the december twelve torching of a banner that was taken from asbury united methodist church. He was also charged with two felony counts of possession of high capacity ammunition feeding devices the legal term for gadget that allows a gun to hold more ammo. Remember during a presidential debate when asked to condemn white supremacists trump told the proud boys to stand back and stand by. How can we forget that. Yeah so that's his name. Yeah in riquet -tario they don't know this brand right is dr Get arrested did you say he's. He's real dark. He's he's a jar like olive skin. Kinda guy dark. Yeah is his name in uh-huh so i guess you'd think latino lives do definitely tests how you think they look at us. We got more of the morning show right after this. You're listening to fame hearty morning. Show hindi phase. I love could be hosted guy. It means anything can happen and from my own experience. I know his true. I'm acted on obamacare. You might me from silver linings playbook or one of my bollywood films but in my podcast on palm cares. I've wanted to share. Some things may not know about me. I grew up in shimla a remote station in india in the himalayan foothills. As a boy it was embroiled full of possibilities. It's where i had my. I guess my father became obsessed with our local breads. And where i learned my most important lesson about failure i will also is bringing you stories of untold ills from around the world. Lift our spirits. after all. it's the stories we tell ourselves at shape how we live the good. The bad and the surprising. But let's focus on the good final gears on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or.
"dc g." Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"GotTA, ride it out man you gotTa. Ride it out. Took me so long to I mean I I. I know what? I'm saying sounds like I could just say it whatever I swear on my children's life that first night we did it. I told the story of fighting this black dude in high school and then the next night we did it I told the story of getting fired from Barnes and noble. And then and I swear to God I walked back to Boston to do to go I think I'd to go work the door still I walked back to Boston to my spot and I was like wait that worked so well, why don't I just do that on stage and I remember getting there and I was like Oh you can't tell stories on stage like there's two different things and I went back to whatever a jacket on a cheeseburger. No like whatever I was doing that I thought were bits I thought so so needed to be bit my favorite my favorite but you were doing that onstage also. Were telling stories on stage. which were like an and everybody used to say storyteller, but you're telling stories on stage were. The thing that I love was You your characters could you could visualize them when you started like the remember the guy made, you take his chick to to to prom of the biscuits. Baskets that chicks voice. Giggle to this day, I. Hear it in my head I, remember hearing that and just going. To four six, go get some. Oh Yeah. That was crazy. Will Tony Woods. He was the dude that I saw do like a long form stuff you know and I was like okay. So this is possible and then my wife that was that biscuit story was actually. I had told her I was telling her about my prom and she's like you gotTa talk about that on stage. I'm like. Well, it's this long on. There's like you know there's fat on it and everything she's got to talk about it on stage, and after I finally got that thing to work on stage I'm like there's just no going back. You know I'll write the jokes don't have the jokes but man, this stuff is so satisfying because it's you know you get to incorporate everything it's like a Surfer TERP due to characters. He got the jokes in there. There's a a linear narrative. You know it's I'm still a really enjoyed at machine story man someone just turned me onto that a while ago as like God damn. That's great. Story broke. That's the bird calling card right there. That is the very calling cart. That means the world to me DC. There was so much when I walked into Boston and I remember going like I remember literally looking at your set going as a checklist going our digital things you need to do if you're going to be a good comic you got you had so many tools in your bag I remember you could just real quick. Do an impression I remember I remember being like I need an impression like I need like nine hundred going to price and you can just go. This is my impression of an Italian eye doctor was looking at. You looking at. And, then it'd be barren next to under the next one hundred the next one, the next one, and I was like faulk. So did you start? Did you start with deep with Tony in DC? Yeah. I started he been doing it a little bit. You know before me and he had a room it was like a night out at this place the comedy connection out in Maryland I was going to University of Maryland did a little talent show there. And then I was like, let me go see what this stand up in the first night I. saw standup. Chapelle was doing a contest. He was fourteen at this club Nick Gardens that was Kinda the quintessential comical but the brick wall and he killed he annihilated on on on this On this. Contest, I'm like I WANNA I wanna do that and it was kind of like the whole night was encapsulated. What standup it's because he killed on this contest but there was a local dude who was the headliner who was supposed to do the tonight show one was kind of established. And that guy won the contest and and everybody was looking around like. That that kid that kid ripped it. And I remember seeing Chapelle at the Bar afterwards aw man oh, man and. But then that guy, I think, went to La to take the tonight show and then had some kind of. Panic attack or something and broke out in hives it couldn't do it and never got to do it, and then I never heard of that guy again and boom. But Tony was yet tony was the guy we all kind of look to hear because you know he was the Weaver A. You know like. The. The the best Tony Woods. Story I can think of his and you may have been there at the Boston Comedy Club there was a in the in the village was a place called the Boston Common Club anyway watching this and it was a rough. That was a rough room like that was where you got your middle tested was gladiator school. And Berry cats. Calls me. He's like Hey Mary and I'm doing I'm doing a UK comedy tour Audition Macho and Saturday night and the week before had been there. He's to the detailing dudes from Benson hearse and they've been heckling I. Just I was slamming these guys in on the one guy last that night and did this to me did the. Next thing to me I'm like body I give you this. You know whatever. So the night of the UK tour, those guys are back. To See me and they're in the audience and I guess they have some Shit Ready. And Ian Edwards went up this when he had his dreads at everything he went up and those guys started making some noise and. He he dealt with them very gently, but they were. They were very they were pissed off about the week before. So they laid into a call him the n word they spit at them a huge fight breaks out all the English guys were booking the tour just in the back just terrified this chick hitting the head with a bottle in the front row seats bleed chairs get broken. Matt Frost. has his big flash ladies hit with. Savings Pandemonium Berry. Takes off like see a man and he's he's gone. He's goes out to the baggage just takes off the English guys. COPS come the arrested to do to Benson hurts the show resumes In fluids goes up and does a half hour just about what happened like you know? Did new show. And I remember seeing this chick with with this. Hitting the head with a bottle just bleeding laughing in the front row just their head Split Open. And that I think was Tony Woods real gift is just being able to take a situation and and do time on it. You know time on it and and stretch it out and did like a half hour on what just happened and people were dying great man. Lady. Were there that night I don't know I was not there that night I was I was I was. Frosty. Was Not of the club as much when I when I was there. And Berry was never God here's an La driving a Ferrari I think. Man. The. Tony Woods is someone. That I feel like you know the way that people are into comedy these days. The as popular podcast, it's gotten it's like. People Forget. Tony Woods was Tony Words was like Chapelle mentor like he was if it wasn't for twenty words, there were literally probably would be no Chapelle and I agree and probably know me I I listened to that guy. So intensely when I if he said stopped doing something.
"dc g." Discussed on What A Day
"Mean I could go on and on on all right to go to your parade dot. Com Slash Wad for twenty percent off five or more pairs. That is your parade Dot Com Slash Wad for twenty percents off five or more pairs. Your parade dot com slash Wad. See Site for details..
"dc g." Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Mike Ryan why did you just shake your head sadly after this many years working with us? How is it that we still disappoint you by doing the same things? We've all seen just not every day that Stuart says speed bump over two syllable name like like Henry. Cavill like the cobble. Am I saying that right? Who Can Jesus mission impossible fallout? You should know I mean you're the one who put it in there because you know I'm going to trip up on it. Cavill could be Carville one of the things that we do around here sometimes and I wanNA play a story might be pronounced cable insurance British out of these conversations. You really bothered people yesterday. With Your Justice League take there is. Nothing was taken from this show. You gotta be very careful with the DC small just all the superhero fans. Put It on the Pole Guillermo at Lebatardshow do you have to be very careful about the superhero fan? Let me let me get this thing out there. There is nothing that you can tell me about. Zack Snyder's personal issues. That I don't know that that happened. Tragic as they may be during the filming of Justice League. Let me also inform you? That Zack Snyder had two and a half. Bc movies to prove that he could do a good job with it. And now we're giving them six hour long episodes. It's just how how many how much proof do you need to know that Zach? Snyder is not good at this anymore. He had three hundred man. It was a wild ride. And then he's put up a bad movie and You keep telling me I don't get it. I got it. It's not good. I love break this down like it's a sports topic like how many bad seasons the need to see from San Darnall to realize he's not the guy I mean he's also also it's it's really not worth it. Don't care what I say please. My war doesn't mean anything you don't have to have me no. I don't that's why you gotta be very useful any power. Don't who am I? Really? This is just one man's opinion. I don't get it you're right. I don't I don't get it. Just leave me. Be I mean Superhero Fan. Dan is right there worse than Jordan. Fan think anything was worse than that. Superhero fans are so loyal to the brand to all of it and they wanted to be exactly right. They are worse more entitled than Michael Jordan Fans Terrible. I get being loyal to marvel but DC. I mean come on there's been one good DC movie Jesus DC GOING TO JOIN US at noon eastern Daniel cormet going to be on with us stugotz one of the things.
"dc g." Discussed on 5-4
"Burger Repudiating Earl Award. Keep track of that shit but this this kind of solidifies as the conservative position over the course of the nineties George W Bush's a Justice Department essentially adopts the NRA position in full and public opinion shifts over the whole timeframe to over the half century ish period in nineteen nineteen fifty nine. Gallup found that sixty percent of Americans favored banning handguns by nineteen. Seventy five it was forty one percent by two thousand twelve. It was twenty four percent just before this case comes down. Seventy three percent of Americans believe the Second Amendment protected the individual's right to possess weapons when it did come down Barack Obama. Then presidential candidate spoke in favor of the decision yet he also to like deal with his like they cling to their guns and religion. He might not have actually supported it and he was Getting a bit maybe Holland Titian. Maybe he was politician but no I mean look the point is he had to position himself as Serena Vision. The American people were at a place where that was politically expedient if not politically necessary yes right. So turning to the background of how the Heller case gets to the Supreme Court you know I always loved to talk about the scary Little Gremlins. Bring these cases to to our esteemed justices. Here's how this goes down back in around two thousand and two senior fellow at the Cato Institute and the Institute for Justice of both of these are libertarian think tanks they start vetting potential plaintiffs for a second amendment lawsuit. Robert Levy is a senior fellow at the Cato Institute at the time. He's the author of the book. The dirty dozen. How Twelve Supreme Court cases radically expanded government and eroded freedom. He's just like some old rich entrepreneur and he says I'm going to finance this lawsuit myself personally. That's how strongly I feel about this. And in fact he's quoted in The Washington Post when talking about the case quote. I don't actually want to gun. I mean maybe I'd want a gun if I was living on Capitol Hill or in Anacostia somewhere but I live in Naples Florida in a gated community. I don't feel real threatened down here a Shitload of coded racism and disdain for poor people every time this guy opens his mouth a little bit later same interview. He says quote even when I lived up there. I didn't live in DC. I lived in Chevy Chase in a high rise that was secure risk cheese like Tony like Maryland suburb. Yes whatever. I don't remember hearing a say so in case we have it. The law being challenged in this case was a complete ban on private handgun ownership in Washington. Dc read right. Yeah and Robert Levy says whatever the price of this lawsuit is. He's going to foot the bill and he'll do so quote happily because he says I'm in a position to pay for it. Robert Levy says that the Washington DC ban on handguns quote. It offends my constitutional sensibilities. Okay so as they're looking for plane constitutional abilities. I'm imagining being so easy that you can you think about the constitution and what offense running lost zero impact on your Lewis and really help anyone. He's just like I would almost respect it if he was like. My reasoning is that this would help people protect themselves or something like that. But he's just I don't think this interpretation of the constitution is correct. I'm going to spend fifteen million dollars right exactly. I was just GonNa say listening. This Guy Talk I I kinda wish left his said some more. Second Amendment Constitutional. Panthers where are you we need you? The tree of liberty needs to be I so they're strategic about the plaintiffs that they choose right. Levy says multiple times publicly. They want economic diversity in the plaintiffs that they're choosing to take this case gender age racial diversity. They want the optics of this to look like. Look this is just regular. People are law abiding citizens who should have an individual right to bear arms So the case status filed in the lower court. They end up choosing six plaintiffs. It's three men and three women and four of them are white. Two of them are black now. The appellate court eventually knocks out five of the plaintiffs. Because the court says these plaintiffs actually. Don't have standing to sue because they hadn't tried to register for a handgun in DC. That leaves one plaintiff left. And that's how we get the case named Heller. The guy that's left is Dick. Anthony Heller. Now we have to take some time to talk about this. Little Freak is freaky dicky he this guy is a licensed special police officer in DC. I interpret those words to me and this is a rent a Cop. And where do you get a license? You can't become a crate pushups to become a real right He carries a gun at work but he has to leave it there when he goes home because of because of the ban on handgun possession in DC Back in nineteen ninety six so years before this lawsuit he and his roommate. Dane von break and rue chartres fucking white people and they're on their names They didn't change what happened there. He and his Kuku Lulu Roommate started the US bill of Rights Foundation which they basically used to disseminate their a wild views about small government and guns and they purposely decided to have Mister Heller apply for a handgun. That he'll be denied so that they could preserve a legal claim to challenge the ban. So they had thought about this for a long time after this case Just to give you an idea of where Mr Heller runs with this. In two thousand eight he goes on to create the Heller Foundation whose mission is to promote quote a world where arms and self defense rights are considered as essential to human life as food and water website. You have to go to the website. The website is absolutely nuts. It's a bunch of photos of like in cell works raising their fists. Like my mom just told me that. I look cute. And my and and there's random quotes riddled all over the website with typos like in a free country. One does not permission from gove to own a firearm. And it's like it's like a banner at the top of the website. It's it's fantastic slow. Enter and Scalia. This is an incredibly lengthy off. In convoluted opinion we do not have the time energy or emotional fortitude to make our way through it entirely here but there are several parts that are particularly stupid. And we're GONNA talk about those first. You WanNa talk about the primary thrust of both scalise majority and justice seaton's descent as we noted. The historical record about the intent of the Second Amendment is very sparse. Nevertheless the majority opinion is predicated in the idea that a historical analysis could definitively establish whether or not there is a second amendment right to the individual possession of arms and both Scalia and Stevens sort of go at it on this front right and like the number of intellectually hollow assumptions. Here is mind blowing that there is a clear historical answer to this question that it could be accurately gleaned from the limited record we have and a justice of the Supreme Court successfully do it. And we'RE NOT GONNA turn ourselves into hypocrites by trying to debunk the historical claims in like some sort of orchestrated manner. We're going to try to stick to the legal arguments here and lucky for us. There are some bad ones yet throw again. The amendment reads a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a Free State. The right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed. And there's a question of what to do about the quote. Prefatory clause the portion that says a well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a Free State. And so the question that kind of jumps in your mind immediately is whether the fact that the right follows from a statement about a well regulated militia means that the right is limited to the context of the militia and clear has a couple of answers to this question but the big one is that it doesn't really matter because Scalia says that this clause is for interpretive purposes largely irrelevant the prefatory clause as he calls. It is a statement of purpose. That doesn't impact the right and I want to give this argument a little bit of credence because I think it's not totally nonsensical as an argument. What he's saying is that the reason being provided for the right isn't relevant because no matter what the reason is the bottom line is that the amendments establishes the right to give an analogy. If I said you can use our pool because it's hot outside you can arguably say that because it's hot outside isn't really irrelevant part of that. What's relevant is that? I'm letting you use the pool. Which means you can use it. Yeah and some ways. This makes sense right. The reason for the right can be viewed as sort of background information. The bottom line is the amendment gives you the right to bear arms but the problem with that in this particular context is that the reason being provided no longer applies even a little bit. There are no more. Well regulated militias so to use the same analogy. As as if I said you can use our pool because it's hot outside but in fact it's not even a little bit hot health side or it's never going to be hot right right. In that case. Suddenly the reason seems a little more relevant right and this is a long way of saying it and I'm trying to give him some credit here but this dumbest shit another analogy I literally just thought of now is like you can crash it my place. I'm Outta town. Are we just sharing a fighting bed? Go head to toe. Look the entire reason. The right exists. According to the amendment is gone. That's not a relevant to the interpretation of the amendment it is crucial to the interpretation of amendment right just a couple of episodes ago we talked about how fraudulent the idea that. S- clear is an ardent. Textualist is and here's another example right. This is plainly him working backwards from his conclusion. He knows that he can't bring the prefatory clause into the analysis too much because as soon as you're faced with the fact that like the militias are crucial to the amendment. It's sitting on shaky ground right so he wants kind of reason right to discard with it. He does sort of say that even if you do assume that it matters that he still right but he's trying to create avenues through which he can sort of maintain deniability and right. So let's get to the next part of his argument. Which is what say well regulated militia and this is sort of this backup plan right like you know what if you have to factor in the prefatory clause and he's saying look look. It's still okay. And he says that according to historical sources the militia comprised all males physically capable of acting in concert for the common defense. And that's how he argued that the individual right to carry arms is related to the concept of the militia. Everyone can carry a weapon because everyone needs one because everyone's part of the militia right right and again we don't WanNa get too deep into the history here but there are some definite logical issues with what Scalia is doing i. The militia at the time of the Second Amendment was not like justice conceptual thing that was theoretically comprised of able bodied men. It was a literal militia controlled by the states that all able bodied men were required to serve in including mandatory military exercises like that doesn't exist now no thing exists currently period and pretending it does that's just fantasy world shit which is a shame because I think it'd be pretty cool if me and the boys you WANNA.
"dc g." Discussed on 5-4
"Rianne Michael are talking about guns for years. Most scholars believed the Second Amendment only protected the right to bear arms in the context of a well regulated militia but in two thousand eight in the case. Dc TV Heller. The Supreme Court ruled the Second Amendment was actually being much broader protecting the right of every individual to own guns. The court really opened up a whole new chapter. In constitutional law revise the well understood meaning of the Second Amendment. There are some people that think that guns kill people as if they jump out of the Dresser Drawer. Walk out the front door and start shooting people. This is five to four podcast about how much the Supreme Court sucks..
"dc g." Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Them everywhere. Looking for your babies it breaks my heart just thinking about everything but you held on. I know you had your moment's up in your room. I think even that made us stronger. The unconditional love love and faith in God who heard and answered your prayers. You became president staff. You were so inspirational to the clients. They all loved you. You put on your sunglasses houses and disguised yourself to speak to the city council at the public hunting downtown. I wish I had that tape. You helped me more than you know. Even with what you're going through you're stronger than you know looking at the picture of you passing out the gifts during Christmas. You didn't care much about yourself. It just made you happy seeing everyone else happy. God bless you and your family Doris and so when she leaves the shelter all seventeen of the women that are staying there come with her to the airport so they they must have two vans. Why do we never hear from people like Doris on the nightly news story? This is news worthy absolutely. I mean think about the strength of this woman right. She's still in hiding. Yeah putting on her sunglasses and going to a city council meeting right like think about her going to court to defend someone else who's going through the abuse that she faced and risking experiencing more abused by leaving the house and Doris appreciates her. Doris knows they all do they all to hear making me cry in retaliation for all for all this. Yeah.
"dc g." Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"This is one of their happy. Be Moments Yeah So. We're going to start with mildred Muhammad. Going to the store. This is where she meets John. She is twenty three years old. It it is one thousand nine hundred eighty three and it's Baton Rouge Louisiana which is where both of them live so. Mildred grows up in a conservative Christian House. Her father leaves when she's four key dies when she's nine and so she has no relationship with her father at all. She's raised by her mother mother most of her life at the time that she meets John Is Church work. She has a Adleman position at the Department of Labor in Louisiana. She goes to church. She has her friends. But it's kind of a small life and she really wants to find a man to share the life with but she has no relationship experience variance at all. She knows about romantic relationships from TV and movies basically so she's like Toni Collette at the start of a lot of movies. Yes she's every. Toni Collette Movie. Yes so she says much later in the book she recalls. When I was sixteen years old someone broke into our home and attempted but did not succeed? In raping me. uh-huh my brother was president and too high to help me. Oh my God I remember that. It was my brother's friend who had broken into the house of friend who had come over earlier to visit him. Only you to unlock the window. So he could get back in later he had never been caught. It took me six months to sleep in my room again until then I slept with my mother so she talks about throughout this book is. She's never felt safe. Then this is the end of her sort of feeling secure in her own home and part of what she searching for and of course he doesn't realize this until decades later is somebody to make her feel safe insecure. She just has this kind of sense of anxiety all the time. This is GonNa be a story where you're a woman marries the first man who shows an interest in her. Yeah unfortunately okay continue the military. It's going to the store. Yeah just going to the store. She sees a guy sort of making is at her and kind of flirty looking at her and then her friend friend. WHO's in the store comes back? And she's like that guy over there is looking at me and then her friend goes. Oh that's John. Hey John and so he immediately just walked up at their car and says hi mildred. I'm John What are you doing tonight. And just goes straight in. She perhaps assumes that forward nece the same thing as someone really liking her. Yeah Yeah you know she. She doesn't know how this works right and she really likes the fact that he's very upfront about everything. So she agrees to a date they go out and on their first date. He looks her in the eye and is like I'm looking for someone to share my life with. I really want to somebody. And she is like yeah asked me to write. Because that's what she wants and so immediately they dive into this extremely intense relationship with each other and they both. I mean they're both telling the truth. Yes I'm sure they both Kislyak really want Jaka partner in their lives and the problem is that if that's the main thing that you have in common unlike you might not have other things have come and it's also I mean this is. This is sort of the honeymoon period. I mean as in so many eventually souring relationship this becomes the period that both of them are aspiring spiring to return to. which is the part where everything's doing your Taya now time? And so he picks her up from work and we'll just sort of start driving and she's like where we going and he'll look in the back seat and there's two fishing poles and he's like where do you go fishing. And they catch fish in the river and they fry up the fish and her mom's house and he's great to her mom he starts fixing fixing stuff up in her house. It's really nice period. He's treating her really well and this is also the point where she starts to ask him about his past. She finds out that he grew up in Baton Rouge and partly New Orleans. His mother is from Antigua. She dies breast cancer. When he's young he tells her that he was five when she died she later speaks his family members and they say that he was two when she died but whenever it age he was he was really attached to his mother and appears that she it was holding him when she died? Oh my God. And he'll make these sort of offhand comments like he never talks about his childhood. He's super guarded. But every once in a while after they hang out with pillagers Mon- he'll make some comment like I missed my mom. I wonder what it's like to have one She has very traditional ideas about gender so she says in the book when he said things things like this. It always made me want to prove my love right that she wants to take care of him. She also finds that after his mom dies him and his brothers brothers and sisters he has five brothers and sisters they go to live with relatives in baton. Rouge this is from a later court. Filing this is from a court filing that John makes just just before his execution in two thousand eight. The children moved into their grandparents three bedroom house where they lived with twenty other people and were beaten forced to eat black-eyed peas separately from everyone else. Every night prevented from entering the house during the day and never told their birthdays until they were older. Their uncle Felton holiday. A reform school guard later convicted of battery with a dangerous weapon for beating a minor to death what constantly attacked Mohammed was allegedly forced a place his hand on a spark plug while his grandfather guy holiday pulled the court. Wow I don't even know what that would do what I mean. That seems really really bad. Yeah it sounds like I mean. She doesn't get very much detail on what actually happened to him but it sounds like this was profoundly awful and something that he he never wants to talk about it. This this is based on their relationship where he ever talks about his childhood and they just leave it for the rest of the relationship so she's two months into the relationship they're are getting more deeply attached to each other. It's going really. Well she is hanging out with her friend Valente. who was her friend who was with her at the store that day and chatting and you know how are things John? How are things going? And she's like. Oh it's like we're getting much more serious. I really liked this guy like this could be the real thing and Bellina says well. You should probably know that he's married. Eight oh crap oh Chine yeah. Now he's married to a woman in Carol. He has two sons by two different women. This is this is so interesting. Mildred says I had no way of knowing he gave me his phone number. But I had never actually dialed it. Because he was always the one who called me they both have very traditional additional ideas about gender. that it's always hin who suggests dates for them interesting. Wow you can see where those ideas about gender may have come from how nice how if you Never Column Hall Emmanuel Sin Ever Find Out he has a wife right so they basically they have this conversation where she's like you're married. I found out and he's like well. You you know the marriage is breaking up and you're the real one to me and she's someone who you know we've already drifted apart. We're already with not even really a real marriage anymore just staying together because because of the sun and this is like very indicative of the way that she is at this point she says my girlfriends and I were indoctrinated to believe that men could do they want it and that it cheating man was not the same thing as cheating woman as long as the man was bringing the money home and taking care of the bills. Everything else should be excused and forgiven. The woman was expected elected to keep quiet cook. Clean take care of the children and not cause any problems and so the way that she conceives. This is not that he's a prick and he's lying to her the way that she conceives conceives of it is his wife must not be taken care of him enough. She says toward the end of her book. He says in retrospect. I can't help but notice how little anger I had at him. Mm for lying to me. I think it's also interesting to look at how the guest on the small scale is the same as the large scale right and who having having social ideas that allow women to completely avoid blaming men the men are doing and instead skip straight over to blaming other women right rows rouse men to kind of maintain complete control and complete discretion. Yes I feel like so many of ideas about gender are informed by this. It's like how do we. How do we get women to guest? Always blame other women for holy and then that's what a women will be the only person who benefits from this conception is the man right like the wife doesn't benefit from it. The girlfriend doesn't benefit from it now. Both of them are blaming each other and the man gets to be this sort of act of God in between them who has no moral moral responsibility for any of his action no the wife and the girlfriend or like velociraptor and the T.. Rex at the park and the man scaping. This is also the conversation where he tells her that he can't read. Oh Shit at the time. He's in the National Guard and he's doing odd jobs but he has gone through his entire life basically like faking his way through academic institutions. Like he has he graduated from high school. Aw when she asks him how did you do that. He says he basically just like has a photographic memory. And there's a couple of words that he's memorized and then he'll find excuses as for other people to read things out loud to him so we'll say like Oh. I just like the way that it sounds. Do you mind reading that out loud or with road signs. He'll say like oh sorry like there's something something in my I do you mind reading that road sign for me. He's gotten through his life like this and nobody else knows. How old is he at this point like thirty? He's twenty four. She's He's twenty three. He's twenty four. Wow I feel like it's like you have to be very intelligent. Yes to be able to get to the age of twenty four in graduate in high school and be employed and support a family without knowing how to read that whole time. That was in my notes to tell you like this because to me. This is a sign of great intelligence agents and greet manipulation. Yeah great ability to present a false front and two. That's amazing and sad. It's really sad. It's sadly amazing. It's amazingly sad and it also explains so much of his personality to that. He spent essentially his entire childhood. Faking it with everybody and just constantly telling lies when he wasn't being electrocuted. Yeah he also there's also he says in court filings later that there may have been brain damage from the abuse. Yeah I I would imagine an adult..
"dc g." Discussed on Best Case Worst Case
"His wife had been murdered. mm-hmm into it's stories like that. I'm proud that we were able to tell so that we can really make sure that it's not the story of the DC sniper. It's the story of the people who survived the story of the family members of those. Who didn't it's the story of the investigators behind the scenes like view and Tim? US MARSHALS DC police. Everyone in the area all trying to catch this killer and I don't know if any of our listener saw but I was on Dr Oz with Tim just the Tuesday I believe. And we'll try to maybe post a link or or something on our site but the fact is that at that taping. I actually met Mildred Muhammad. The ex wife of one of the snipers favors and it was great meeting her and she's very strong and brave woman and we're facebook friends and it turns out that she reached out to me years before I didn't know because I wasn't even aware that there was a list of pending questions or notes on my facebook page age I was. I'm not very good at all that but really yes and but I did belatedly answer the question that she asked me. She had reached out. Because I had written an episode of criminal minds in which I mentioned the DC sniper case and what the true motive was behind that series series of horrific killings and was very happy and complementary that we done that on a national television. Oh Vision show that actually is international. Goes around the world. I think. Sixty three million people watch it around the world and so because of that we got her story out and she was very grateful for that. And I don't know maybe she'll agree to do an addendum to God and we can tell her story in even even more due to one. I think one of the reasons that I wanted to talk to you about this today and get this out to our listeners was because I know how much our listeners appreciate going going behind police lines and this audible original like all of our projects I think are designed to do exactly that. We're taking people. Aw behind police lines in a way that they've never heard before in talking to people that they've never heard from before and it's more than seven hours. It's not a podcast it's like A. It's a documentary but it's just an audio documentary but it is the prosecutor who prosecuted did the DC sniper the people who went and saw the punishment meted out to the DC sniper. I mean all of these things are part of the story and it allowed us to tell such a comprehensive story an inside look in a way that a podcast just Canada important is that we want to you give our listeners. The insight that we have had because we worked in this field for decades. And there's no question that the the details that we have in guide and its predecessor. Evil has a name and the ones that come afterwards like injustice collector. You're going to hear things and understand a little better. What it's like to be a law enforcement officer on the front lines risking your life trying to investigate things because you're trying to save lives and of course our motivation in doing that has always been the victims? We don't want there to be faithful love to be able to prevent crime. Unfortunately we can't do that all the time but we can. When somebody's a serial offender we can stop them from continuing to offend fan and luckily to work together and I mean literally hundreds of other local law enforcement officers and other federal agencies? All came together wasn't the easiest job and it wasn't the most well organized but in the end we were able to help contribute to taking down somebody. Somebody was killing people at random and it will while I want our listeners to know where they can go to get this project for themselves. It's an audible so if you already subscribed audible great if you don't there are free trials of L.. All the time I recommend you just go to the show page which is audible dot com slash. Call Me God and you will hear a trailer there and then you can log on subscribe ascribed Ottawa and listen to the entire series. And when you do please let us know what you think of it We really want your feedback. We want to know how you feel about how we did. In any suggestions you have for similar projects in the future. We would love to hear from you on our facebook page or on twitter and we'll put the link in our facebook page and and we'll send it out on twitter as well. It was a really interesting project because even I who worked it and helped investigate gate. The case didn't know the depth of the stories of the victims. And now I do and stay with me forever me tell well thank you Jim. Thanks for talking about it. Thank you francine. It's always great to see you. In the studio ex-chief productions so next stor tasteful. fiske's was is an ex g production produced by Jim Clemente cemented empires studios. La Engineered and edited by Mike Donald Music composed performed by Simba Sumberg and hosted by one can listen to best case. Worst case on your favorite listening out. We are on spotify. stitcher apple podcasts. And wherever you listen.
"dc g." Discussed on Best Case Worst Case
"Schools businesses. Everybody was afraid to be out so people had the shutdown businesses and that really affected the community and of course ten people lost their lives. Obviously develop it at at some point in their lives they want people to fear them to love them and look up to them. Well I'M GONNA make sure people fear and love me because I'm GONNA kill some. It's finally the holidays the best time of the whole a year. We're all thinking about getting warm and cozy with our loved ones and about gifts. What's better than giving a gift to someone you love? That will make them feel warm and cozy or maybe you'd like to treat yourself yourself to the gift of comfort. The company store has you covered. You can give comfort beauty. And even a great night's sleep they have puffy down comforters. With lifetime guarantees. He's and the softest flannel sheets. The super soft Egyptian cotton sheets. I got make me want to stay in bed all day with a hundred years of experience. You Know Oh you can trust the company store to deliver premium betting your holiday guests will love they also have beautiful and fun holiday thing decor to help you show off your home and your friends and family come combi everything. The company store has makes a great gift this year. My husband and I got matching snowman pajamas for the first time ever will be Christmas selfie. Ready with these funds snugly. PJ's Tis the season for giving this year give the gift of comfort for twenty percent off plus free shipping rest easy returns visit the company store dot Com uh-huh slash best case again. That's the company store dot com slash. Best Case Hello and welcome to the best case. Worst case. Is Jim Clemente retired. FBI profiler former New York City prosecutor in writer-producer on CBS's criminal minds among other things has right among many other things. Hi everybody I'm Francey. hex Gyms Choas tear appear on best case worst case I'm a former state and federal prosecutor. Jim Ru I am. What are you doing no if I doing now? I think I'm doing among other things hangs right. Aren't you a producer. I am producer here and actually in. Didn't you just produce an amazing audible original series. I Call Me God I did and I wanNA take complete. And one hundred percent credit for reducing that Roo..
"dc g." Discussed on Murder Minute
"Suffered unimaginable loss and we ask for the time and space to grieve privately at his trial in two thousand eighteen winter faced more than twenty charges including kidnapping an arson and first degree murder news anchor and journalist Melanie who sat in the courtroom said winch seemed at ease he's and even appeared to smile as he strolled in on opening day. His defense team alleged that his younger brothers Durrell and Stefan where are the real killers and content into going to the Savalas home the day of the murders and that Jordan Wallace. Sa's assistant who brought the ransom to the house may may have been involved. Prosecutors called these claims utterly ridiculous especially considering the fact that went with her boasting about the murders to fellow inmates as he awaited trial based on evidence. And the timeline of known events assistant attorney Laura Bach said wint tortured the four victims mentally and physically for almost twenty four hours adding quote. It is clear that some of the victims James heard and saw the deaths of their loved ones realizing both they were going to meet the same fate and that there was nothing they could do to save those that they cared about Silva's assistant Jordan testified that nothing seemed unusual. The days leading up to the murderers he was helping us us. Prepare for the grand opening of the new martial arts studio sometime during the evening of May thirteenth without realizing the family was being held hostage he. He received a voicemail from savvas letting him know there had been a change of plans and asking him to report to the American Iron Works Office. The following morning to retrieve a package in that voicemail which was played for Jurors Salva sounded upbeat. He even joked about Jordan's outdated voicemail greeting was was he trying to give the impression that all was well so that no one would be harmed or harmed further at that point. Did he believe they could all make it out. Alive live if they just played along when the voicemail message sounded in court Jordan broke down crying on the stand. He said that when he he picked up the package as instructed Ted Chase the company's chief financial officer handed it to him and said guard this with your life. Those words almost almost prophetic now. Jordan described his reaction as holy crap. Never before had he seen so much money shortly after ten. The next morning Jordan received a text from Savas telling him to leave the package in the driver's seat of a red sports car parked in the family's garage. Don't knock he instructed. Claiming he was in the middle of an important conference call so Jordan did as he was asked texted his boss package delivered and went on with his work day. Stopping a meal on his way to a hardware store everything Jordan's testimony including leading his whereabouts. A particular time checked out a few hours after leaving the package into sports car Jordan heard from a colleague who alerted him to a fire at the Savoy Apple is home. He and others tried frantically to reach amy and Savvas but it was too late. One particularly eagerly powerful witness for the prosecution gave what was considered a wildcard testimony. Darren wince brother Durrell who Darren had called. The mastermind of the murderers took the stand spending the better part of an entire day in court responding to questions about his activities on May thirteenth with two thousand fifteen. He said he had only vague memories about the day. which some say helped the defense's argument that he was extremely dreamily involved? But we also know that random days on which nothing standup happened aren't terribly memorable. Imagine trying to remember exactly exactly what you did. Three years ago on a particular Thursday. Darren defense team. Tried to cast doubt around whether Durell might have been involved with the murderer's but cell phone records showed. He wasn't anywhere near the palace home during the days and question the day investigators trailed his brother down down with Durrell and the truck ahead of him. Durell testified that after Darren called him multiple times that day they met up at their father's house where Durrell all told his brother. He had to pick up supplies at Walmart. Darren wanted to take along and asked if they could make a stop to pick up fuel for his truck that had run out of gas on the side of some road so they stopped for gas. Darren filling a large bucket then. They headed to Walmart security footage showing the brothers at that store was played for the jury after they left the Walmart. Durell testified that Darren started directing him to a spot near a warehouse this supposedly to refill out of gas car. He said his brother got out of the vehicle for about five minutes taking with him. A bag maybe plastic holding thing. He didn't know what Durell said. His brother then seem distracted when he returned like things weren't right as they drove away. durell spotted smoke hoke coming from the area Darren had just been. He told the prosecuting attorney that at this point he knew something looked suspect. He didn't ask him about it. He said because he preferred to stay out of people's business. The next morning Darren called Durell more than two dozen times calls Durell says he intentionally ignored ignored and their cousin helps. Darren burn his own car during the police led manhunt for his brother. Durell new Darren was a wanted man and posters featuring his face were everywhere. So the next time Darren phoned him he answered. He didn't ask his brother if he was guilty or innocent because he said he didn't want to know but he feared for Darren safety that he'd get hurt possibly by police so he told Darren he needed to come the home and turn himself in. Originally they plan to purchase money orders to pay for an attorney. He said thus the ten thousand dollars cash Durell L. also said he sought guidance from his cousin. Roger who agreed to help him if Darren wouldn't wait to turn himself in he also insisted on driving a separate car. So Roger drove the white truck ahead of the car holding Darren and Durrell. They were on their way to turn him in when investigators found them during cross examination. Prosecutors asked Durell if he wanted to take the stand he said no he didn't want to be there and it was disappointing. That's my big brother. He said according to court records he should be ashamed of himself for real. He also made it clear that while he received a subpoena to testify defy and spoke with prosecutors in advance. He had nothing to hide and never requested immunity. In the end Darren went was found guilty on all all twenty counts in the DC mansion murders and given four consecutive life sentences for brutalizing and taking the lives of forty six year. Old Savvas Savalas Coppola's forty seven year. Old Amy Svoboda's their ten year old son Philip and fifty-seven-year-old Vera Figueroa leading up to the trial trial one of the two surviving daughters of this family posted a tribute to her lost loved ones online below a photo of her little brother. Philip up she wrote would do anything to see that smile again with a photo of her dad holding her. She said you will always be my hero and my role model. Thank you for teaching me courage voile and how to believe in myself of her mom she wrote. Thank you for being the best mom I could've asked for. I will miss you every day. El Faro one of his daughters. Told The Washington Post through sobs. She was my mother. She was the the only person I can find it my problems too. She was the grandmother to my kids. She was my friend. This has been murder minutes for true crime anytime. Download the murder murderer minute APP or follow us on Instagram at murder minute for exclusive content and early access find the show on Himalayas..
"dc g." Discussed on Crime Junkie
"But there was a very defining moment in that series events there was a young kid by the name of Iran Brown who was shot going to middle school will Iran is only thirteen years old it's a Monday morning and while the whole area is on edge with the sniper attacks he's not worried as he walks up to his middle school and and Billy Maryland his mind is focused on the upcoming week like we're all a little guilty at one point or another of thinking that bad things could never happen to us but I remember being exceptionally exceptionally oblivious when I was in middle school so caught up in my own world just twenty feet from his school door Iran is struck by a bullet he told the Washington Nian decalator quote I got hit right under my left chest I fell to the ground a teacher came out to help me. I had my hand over over the wound but it wasn't like in the movies with blood gushing out I explained that I'd been shot needed help but it didn't seem to register in her brain and quote Iran started fading fast by the time he was airlifted to the paramedics trauma unit at Children's National Medical Center in DC. He lost twenty percent of his blood when they were able to go in surgery they found that the bullet damaged his lungs spleen stomach pancreas and diaphragm so he was rushed in right away bullet fragments are recovered from his stomach sent to ballistics which of course they match and by some miracle after a grueling recovery Iran survives now this attack in particular didn't quite seem to register anywhere at first because it was almost too horrific to contemplate employees the sniper isn't just going after adults now there are children involved Iran shooting galvanized law enforcement so now you have a situation where primarily adults were shot no particular race no particular agenda just randomly shot but it was when Iran Brown who was thirteen years old at the time was cat became the various seminal moment in terms of the investigation this same day October Seventh Montgomery County Sheriff of Police Charles Moose puts in a formal letter to the Department of Justice Seeking Federal Assistance now the Department of Justice handles federal law enforcement issues and basically the umbrella agency that oversees the FBI the ATF cf US marshals and like a ton more so if you want official involvement from any of them you have to go through the Department of Justice I even do ahead guys on the ground again ATF was there and some FBI folks were there but it was at that point there we redraft this letter all the resources of the federal government was brought into it while local local law enforcement is collaborating with the FBI back at police headquarters officers are still on the scene in booey searching for clues they traipse carefully through the wooded areas near Iran's middle school we're specially trained explosive sniffer dogs locate a shell casing and a new clue a a strange clue Ba- found a Tarot card it was the card of death and inscribed on it were the words call me me God now call me God was on the front the three lines that were written on the back make it clear that this was no accident and the sniper for is actively trying to communicate with law enforcement so again on the front is call me God when you flip it over on the back it said four you Mr Police piece under that Code Commie Guide under that some very specific instructions do not release us to the press but the press gets a hold of this information anyway and news of the card and its contents is all over the headlines in less than twenty me four hours FBI agent Gary Ball told the Washingtonian back in two thousand twelve that there were leaks in the investigation that caused real problems now meanwhile chief Moose's request is granted and the Department of Justice Approves Official Federal Involvement so one of the first things we did we set up a commandos within the Montgomery County Police Department that first space is too small for all the people in the investigation that are coming and going twenty twenty four hours a day seven days a week so they quickly relocate to the top floor of the building next door this is a huge operation at this point with agents analysts investigators a call center people working a call center like you name it and it was there and the local media wants a piece of all of it the media was where there was a there was a thirst for information and they got very very aggressive we are up on a top level of of this building and there was one circumstance we we.
"dc g." Discussed on NFL Live
"Playcalling I've got a lot of faith and confidence and Kevin he's a bright young coach and he's got a bright future ahead of him he will do a great job he's well prepared and a lot of ways you know he's he's was it's kind of like Jay's conduit kind of had a lot of kind of did have a lot of influence in the play calling so it's just a matter of putting their belt them and letting them pull the trigger you know obviously a coordinate the communication you know the quarterback on Game Day bill Burr was in here earlier saying that the culture in this building is damn good and you described it a little bit yourself so how does the culture in this building that you're describing translates eight into wins right now is that seems where the mindset is for you and for this organization I think we have a young court nucleus of players that have contributed to our team and it's unfortunate they have an experience spur experience success unlike tone through our leadership our culture is one of working harder being more prepared being more focused in moving on a daily basis improving fundamental techniques improving when you go when you go into a meeting when you go on the field when you're in a competitive environment or competitive drills those improvements need to take place and we need to have more of that so the culture of of defining exactly what we want to be are we wanNA go again again. It's going to have to happen this week and it's going to be piecemeal through the week as we go through the Miami preparation but that cultural it's always changing and I think for our players it'll they'll see some slight changes to schedules that way we practice the focus of what world what will the man in the meeting rooms so they'll be a little bit of a shift in that respect bill you we've had conversations from very detail oriented individual and he said right now the way things are they don't sit well with the five start I'm sorry one more time I said you're you and I talked very detail oriented and you said that the way that things are in US own five-star does not sit well with you how what are the changes that you hope to make over the next eleven games what are the things that you saw over the first five games that you think to yourself it's something that we need to change in order to have a different outcome these next eleven games of the season I think first off the the identity you've who you are what you want to be take place I envisioned ourselves as a as a running team I like to get our run game going I think that's important because everything else is complementary off it the run action passes and protections off of it compliment you're running game we can if we can move them to down we can play football and go from I down to I as a second down the first down that would be huge and nor to do that the consistency the game is going to have to take place so that run identity and not only helps us be the fiscal team that we want to be but it lends itself benefits and every other area the fence clock time letting them sit on the pine a little bit so we're really conscious of making net shift in we have we have stable running backs we've got confidence in and that'll be the focus going forward for offs that's one of the areas in that respect live from Washington. DC IS BILL Callahan addresses the Media Hill Tech step in as the redskins interim head coach a couple of things stood out let's start first with the quarterback because when asked about the starting quarterback he said he had decided to use two names in his answer and that was case or colt indicating we would not seem to Haskins at least not right this minute the bill was very forthcoming in this he was he was clear Wayne Harrison's is not a candidate start right now but he also has cleared that you understand he was the first round draft picks have an investment in him and they will increase practice reps as they try to develop him Kevin O'CONNELL who is the offensive coordinator entitled but it hasn't been the true play caller.
"dc g." Discussed on NFL Live
"Are you sure it has happened before and I I think so I think a coach with that opportunity to be the head coach of the look for Adele Beckham junior to have big tonight after just two catches for a career low twenty yards in the win over the Ravens last week in nine career Monday night US look at the performance against the Ravens a week ago they called over twenty six run place I'm in so Nick Charles had over twenty cares is I just think you need to be able to do that Presents Monster Counseling Dracula tell me how you're feeling no one understands how known these we'll even let me into their house I knock knock but they ignore me what else I look in the mirror don't even see myself remoter if you don't see yourself clearly can you really expect others to I'm having a breakthrough it's not easy to be vampire but with gyco it's super easy and save hundreds on your car insurance occurs went into Jerry world and did what they usually do in Dallas and that's come away with the win Graham Green Bay improved before and one behind four touchdowns from Aaron Jones the pack now five and a all time at at and T. stadium including the post season here is quarterback Aaron Rodgers the first difference is our defense you know we're getting the ball today with all the turnovers forced and we'll just more connected teams share join each other more we like each other and they go more hang out with each other it's the locker rooms raucous environment whether it's now Monday rule whether it's after a big win guys really really play each other more and we have that chemistry that because of the leadership that we have maybe we've been lacking the last couple of years this was good for us we'll go back and overreact to the cowboys but right now we send you for live coverage in Washington quarterback you've already three of them have already played through five games what do you think happens for Miami are you ready to name a starter no I'm not and we're still evaluating in some medical things would case we wanna see where he's at still contemplating whether or not to start case or Colt and we're in the midst of the discussions right now so I think it will have to do with with Miami Defense and what they present and what gives us our best options so tender for that job not right now but he will be at some point in time you know we're gonNA continue to develop him and and heightened his maturation process and try to get I'm on schedule so that he is prepared so there's always a possibility possibility he could be active or active so we'll we'll see as we move along what are you look team for in Dwayne to know that it's eventually time to let him go ahead and learn on the job I think it's time now for him to be prepared because it can happen and I think as a as a quarterback you're always ready to step in and step up and occurred in the giant game and it can occur again oh and based on the decisions we make a staff so in a his progress is incremental starting to show signs and flashes you know progress but he still has a ways ago and I'm looking forward to coach them and I think he's a great kid he's got a bright future and he's ranch is pick so at some point at some point you know he'll be he'll be in the lineup at some point in time whether it's this year next year whatever understanding what is there like a a boxer what can you tell us about the actual characteristics actual thresholds he needs to meet for him to go ahead and be the starter because also under there's a very limited number of reps in practice and things like that to accelerate his growth and also for you guys to evaluate and understand what you have in him going into next year yeah good question I think with his development also you know we've got to be conscientious of getting him some repetitions during the course of the practice so it'd be a little bit of a shift in philosophy as we move or so he will be able to take repetitions at some point you know whether it's at the beginning of the end the middle we're really cognizant of trying to rep him up during the course of the practice so that he is prepared and that he does obviously get exposure to you know get mm type repetitions can does talent to potentially starting position here in the future or next year whatever may be did you did when they yeah about becoming the interim coach how much did they talk to you about his development take much figure out that he's a first round pick and that we've you know.
"dc g." Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"Been in v very early. Eighteen hundreds DC gave the part of DC long-term Virginia back to Virginia could DC give the part of DC that used to belong to Maryland back to Maitland, your Representative from Alan. So there's a great question to ask you. Well, I think it's a better question as the citizens of the district Columbia because it ought to be their choice. We, we are a nation that believes in citizens have in the choice, put a Rico, we've mentioned Puerto Rico. They have a choice. They can be an independent nation. They can be a state, whether they're Commonwealth out of the United States is really a decision of the United States. But having said that frankly, I think that takes for granted that we can just push the residents of the district Columbia wherever we wanna place them. They really ought to have that choice, and they made a clear choice. They made a very clear choice that they want to be an independent sovereign state of the union, and in that context, that's what. They ought to be the choice has been made people go into the polls, they were asked to want to become a state, and they voted overwhelmingly to become a state. You can't take a city, which has acted in every way, like a state is treated even for capita distribution of federal funds, like state and squeeze it into Maryland. Malan has only one big cities Baltimore, you change the entire character of the state of Maryland. No wonder Maryland would have to think twice. And of course, the district has thought more than twice it wants to be made. A compromise. We merge, the Dakotas together, put them back into Wednesday 'cause it was some gerrymandering, the first place and, you know, you could consolidate the number of states. Okay. All right. Next, I mentioned the partisan implications and that is something that I want to get into because it is going to be an obstacle that Democrats will have to overcome. And also, it kind of raises questions about how important of an issue this is now. And when you listen to national Democrats and activists around the country oftentimes on the left of us, we need to make structural changes in order to ensure the Democrats can pass their agenda on a federal level and those structural changes could include statehood for DC and Puerto Rico. It could include abolishing the electoral college, it could include packing the supreme court. You hear a lot of these big ideas, kind of lumped together in terms of changes that people argue would make the country more democratic, but, of course, would also help Democrats pass their agenda on the federal level. How much of a role does that play in considerations? Now of making estate doesn't pay any consideration Dale. We'll. Ultimately play a consideration. Let's take the last two states to into the union. Alaska Hawaii, they have flipped easily flipped being democrat and Republican the way I the reason I bring that up is essentially the way in which days have gotten to the union has been very partisan usually takes democratic state, Republican state. We're that we're aware of that. And when it comes to actual when we get closer to what you actually going to do going to have to figure out what you do. Meanwhile the way in which the congress of the United States, works, it is one step at a time. Nobody says, okay, I guess I won't go for statehood. Until I find a corollary state things push other things to happen. And maybe by the time we have to stay at hood, it won't be one to one. But first thing we have to do is to establish the foot hole in the people's house. Then you go onto the next. Acknowledgment though, that you may have to admit a fifty second St. along. It is not that it is no such thing, south Utah, south. You're snow such thing tells you traditionally, there has been some political equivalence would have to, to take what we have done, you know, in the last time state was into more than fifty years ago and say, we're going to have to do exactly the same thing is not to ride with history. So we are going to have to deal with the fact that any big city. And yes, the district of Columbia is largely to is going to be largely democratic. How do you cope with that equivalent? Well we'll, we'll call cross that bridge when we get to it. Let me let me yes, that's obviously, an issue the partisanship, but very frequent when Tom Davis was a member of congress from the state of Jinya and was leader in the Republican party Curtis when Norton, and I and Tom Davis worked together on legislation, which would have. Least given at least give an Eleanor Holmes, Norton, a full vote in the Carson tonight'd states, hell by adding an additional Representative from Utah, which they were on the cusp of being eligible for an ultimately got very frankly. Now we're saying to the fact that it was one for one. We didn't get it was a permanent one for temporary one. Right. Because there was no guaranteed having an extra Representative in the next congress after district, you're absolutely correct. And that's one of the reasons I have concluded that statehood is the option because it would be a tragic if we did what we do nail as majority leader back in twenty six twenty seven, I offered to our rules package, the ability of the representatives from territories. And from the district of Columbia to vote in the committee of the whole, and we could do that by legislation and Republicans frankly took us. Court on that. And the court said, no, that was okay. We could do that. So that Eleanor had a vote in the as she said she boats she voted the committee of the hall. But when the Republicans took back control of the house in twenty ten they eliminated that vote, which we thought was a terrible lack of respect and democratic principles being extended to individuals who were representatives in the United States. So the only way you can do it permanently not have a subsequent congress. Yeah, changing. Yeah. Is to have stated. But I must say that temporary. They is no way in was Utah. Whatever laws state, it see you get a seat as you grow. And you couldn't very easily take away DC's of vote. We talked about a house vote, only then so I do not agree. It would have been temporary. I guess the argument is in the next round of apportionment Utah. What thirty seven bright Utah would have got. But it would have throwing though, I think support it was one for one. So in that case, even then we couldn't get it done. No. Wait a minute. But the reason wasn't one for one. The reason was the gun Bill, somebody attached a gun Bill. We got it through the house. We got it through the Senate both houses voted to give DC a seat. But the National Rifle Association encourage somebody to attach what we call a rider, that would have eliminated all of the districts gun. Safety laws. Let's continue this conversation in just a minute. But first today's episode is brought to you by we work from satellite offices to regional headquarters and global campuses. We work as designing building and operating office space that empowers, your.