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The Case Of The Dead Fortune Teller
"On april of nineteen. Seventy five the. Us army pulled out of the vietnam war as the capital city of saigon fell to the socialist people's army of vietnam in the days prior and the days and weeks following the fall of saigon the. Us military accused several operations aimed at evacuating refugees. Fleeing the communist government operation baby lift evacuated over three thousand three hundred children and the operation. Frequent wind rescued more than seven thousand vietnamese operation. New life and new arrivals saw these refugees processed in guam before being transported to a few army bases across the united states. One of which was camp pendleton in orange county california all in all orange county slowly assimilated thousands of vietnamese thirty years later in two thousand five that influx of vietnam refugees successfully transformed a stretch of strawberry fields and salvage yards in westminster calif into something more familiar. The area is now known as little saigon. Little saigon in westminster california is the largest vietnamese population outside of saigon. A a result of that There are often street signs in little saigon that are in vietnamese businesses. Use silage in vietnamese. It almost gives you the feeling of being in vietnam but you're in california as a result of that. There is a large presence of cultural traditions in little saigon. The cafes are popular karaoke bars. All kinds of ethnic foods and things like dad can easily found in little saigon. This a place where people from the vietnamese community can gather and talk and there's a sense of community there. This is sonia but yesterday my name is sonia. Chief deputy district attorney at santa barbara. Da's office a decade ago. I worked at the orange. County district attorney's office vietnamese in orange county brought with them to the united states. The kind of determination that only comes with the suffering and adversity that they had endured but also they brought their culture their food and their superstitions one major aspect of the vietnamese culture is what some in the us might consider a novelty pastime. Fortune telling to the vietnamese is serious business deeply rooted in their cultural history. Community members will consult fortune tellers for all sorts of reasons like making sure their businesses are properly situated for the flow of good energy to ward off evil spirits and haunted souls with rituals and spells to diagnose supernatural causes of illness establishing lucky dates for personal undertakings and to predict the future of wealth. Health and love. Then two thousand five. One of the most popular fortune tellers in little saigon was haas smith who went by the name. Jade i say was because in april of that year. She was found murdered in the home she shared with her daughter. Anita vo anita's ex-boyfriend young tran would visit regularly. Bringing coffee and snacks. In an attempt to rekindle their relationship him in anita had been dating for a period of time and very young love and as such can be kinda volatile times deterrent in the sense of It wasn't a serious romance at least it wasn't for anita but there was a real friendship there so i think that in his efforts to not only lure her back but general friendship and carrying it would not be unusual for him to share a meal. Bring over some coffee or just talk to her on a regular basis even if they were not quote unquote boyfriend and girlfriend. So happens is young. Tran goes and delivers coffee and biscuits and he leaves it in the front door area of the home he never enters
Judge Blocks LA District Attorney's Reforms
"Judge decided with the Association of Deputy District Attorneys for L. A county in blocking the enforcement. Of reform directives from D A. George Gascogne. Prosecutors argued Gascogne cannot order his prosecutors to ignore laws the union says protect the public, including three strike allegations and sentencing enhancements. A lawyer for Gascogne and the District attorney's office says the ruling was not fully in favor of the union.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on WCPT 820
"And her barking and jumping during the show the cellular people has how we got here let minutes my basement dog lover and then Jennifer Rubin was like oh my god those got dogs are gorgeous I was like come you come be molesting elements studio eleven city looks like my count indication up to do my taxes I'm like me you do not look like on accounting and trust me there's not enough money to count and liberal radio I could she would be smiling if I were her I can be a short meeting a few pennies in my pockets here clink clink okay that's counted okay anyway but yes I did do a good job molesting a former assistant deputy district attorney or excuse me Attorney General of the United States she had a second base with them yeah she yeah lance ito policy he was covered with her and when he left all right it's through was space I'll just as we were just talking about what the what that is going on with Giuliani in part you can't tell you can't trust any of them the bard leak the story that he had right one member that was back in the post about that he had worn trump juries becoming a liability liability because obviously the news is that it will talk to Glen Kirschner about this the SP and why that this investigation is ongoing and to Rudy Giuliani you're just like it's like enter McCabe is a head fake right so they're not not prosecuting them because they're good guys don't have any evidence right a grand jury wouldn't indict him there was no it's okay so you know but that's I had figured go see we're not doing the president's bidding looks like the story about how furious trump is when we go out and you know it and see how much I hate is tweeting and I can't do my job and blood blood.
Conrad Truman acquitted in second murder trial
"Conrad Truman had been convicted of murder sentenced to life and had already served more more than three years now. The revelation of those flawed police measurements had led to Conrad. Truman's new trial. That stunned everyone the Utah County. Da's office especially the man responsible for comrades conviction prosecutor. Craig Johnson. This is something that really took us by. Surprise is the defense. Says you know that's their take and they're doing their job to zealously represent their client. I can tell you categorically that. That's not correct. Just as stunned was the man whose team took the measurements lead. Detective Tom Wallace. What went wrong? How did that happen in the process of if Transposing numbers from actual measurements of the same to the crime scene program numbers just transposed wrong wallis admits the error are but says it was minor that Conrad Truman did not deserve a new trial. It's not that significant as they made it out to be. Did those incorrectly entered word measurements. Change your opinion of Conrad Truman's guilt should they change anyone's opinion. They didn't change my opinion. Nor did it change the opinion of the deputy district attorney Tim Taylor who decided to take on the task himself of prosecuting comrade. Once again thank Craig had been into the case for a long time so I wanted to fresh eyes go. I went through all the evidence and even with the medical examiner changing his opinion. I still felt that there was enough to go forward but we knew that going into it was going to be tough at trial. The prosecution's case was familiar. Starting with the officers who testified about Conrad's rambling often incoherent a description of what had happened that night the core of our case or his inconsistent statements. The story was hard to follow. He was jumping around all over It wasn't making sense to me so it was hard to follow. Those officers. Also told the jury about Conrad's threats He. He was telling us that we were going to slow and we need to hurry up where he was going to kill us. I'll kill you if you don't say my wife if you're making these violent threats to people who were there trying to help your wife. How are you treating your wife when it's only you and her long Taylor? Then tackle the theory of suicide by calling like witnesses to testify. Heidi was not suicidal in your experiences. Hide he's mother Was Shia sad or depressed person. No Oh I didn't see her. That way did Heidi's not knowing her father or not really knowing who he was that made her depressed or say no. The prosecutor pointed out comrades story evolved over time immediately following the shooting on the way to the hospital. Conrad insisted Heidi would never ever commit suicide. I think something shot or a casino never suit ourselves. He'd never suit yourself. Taylor argued that it was only later after suspicion against Conrad had mounted that he changed his tune up as for the gunshot residue. On Heidi's right hand Taylor called an. That's birth to say nothing. Nobody can identify shooter based on the results of this test. That is the major limitation of this test. Defense attorney Mark Moffatt answered by telling the jury that before being allowed to wash his hands that night. Conrad had pleaded with police to confirm. He had no residue residue on them cash on the edge has A. Did you wash your hands before saying absolutely not never washed my hands until they said go. Wash your hands. Comrades attorneys were working hard to establish reasonable doubt and the state medical examiner's shifting opinion on Heidi's eighties manner of death. Only help them. That's your case right there. I mean if he has reasonable doubt to argue a jury should exactly the medical examiner told the jury that in the final analysis. He didn't know the manner of Heidi. Truman's death by finalized allies the autopsy report with the cause of death as a gunshot wound and the manner of death could not be determined the emmy also testified how in his his experience a contact wound light. Heidi's is rare in homicide cases With the contact gunshot wound it would be consistent with a wound. That's often after fifteen days of testimony. The jury began deliberations. So you felt pretty good lead up verdict. There is enough there there. You're beyond a reasonable doubt. Conrad was having a much harder time. It was really difficult. Because why would things work out. If it didn't work out the first time you know what I mean. Eight hours later the verdict hole up your hands handcuffs no cuffs. You're not in custody. That's right this time. Conrad Truman got the verdict. He won't it not guilty just kept saying did they say not this. Grab my arm and he goes. Are you sure in the courtroom. Conrad's family shared tears of joy. I was giggling and crying crying at the same time. It was weird on the other side of the courtroom mile. Were tears of a different kind. I don't know my heart sank. Think and I was in shock. I couldn't believe there was a situation situation where that longshot happened. where he would be freed? Juror Brian Christianson said he and his fellow jurors had no choice but but to set. Conrad free believe that. We all pretty much felt that he probably did it. But you voted to quit because uh reasonable doubt. We had reasonable doubt whether you believe Mr. Truman is innocent or not those measurements either. Put an innocent man in prison or let a guilty man go free well. So you're right. The my opinion hasn't changed. Do I think he got away with murder. Yeah I do. What's it like your work? Call it a question like that in a way that ends up freeing the guy that you helped convict it's frustrating to know that a measurement that was inconsequential actually ended ended up Freeing him what's life been like for your family since though we're trying to put the pieces together for hiding righties family that is easier said than done. I miss the things that we had together. I miss the simple conversations. I Miss Surp- Sassine as I miss our wonderful personality she lives on forever in our hearts is left looking both backward and forward. I mean I do anything to take another day another walk with her. I loved her and I do love her. Still still you got a lot of life left a lot how you gonna live to the best of my abilities. There are jurors who think he might have done it but I had reasonable doubt. I couldn't vote to convict. God God bless them but there's a lot of people that do believe in me. He's made his own peace with with a simple truth. The very thing that freedom reasonable doubt could also shadow conrad treatment for the rest of his life.
Hearing with Trump loyalist Corey Lewandowski ends after 6 hours
"If you read the early reviews of today's hearing in the House Judiciary Committee by which I mean the reviews written about four are four and a half hours into the five and a half hour hearing then you would think the hearing was a mess the daily beast headline at five fifty five pm. I'm said Corey Lewandowski testimony quickly devolves into a mess but a minute later literally a minute after that was filed everything having changed it was a half hour left in that hearing when everything changed in Corey Lewandowski change coralline Dusky ran out of ways to avoid answering questions when he faced a full half hour of concentrated cross examination by lawyer hired by the committee to question witnesses in its impede from investigation the Republicans on the committee were determined to make a mockery of the committee process from the start we have never seen a more childish and abusive the use of committee process and committee rules than what the Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee did today. This was the low point in the history of house hearings procedurally the Republicans made repeated motions to shut down the hearing to just adjourn the hearing close it down and when those motions were defeated instantly by voice vote the Republicans then called for as is their right roll call votes that they knew would take time. They knew they were going to lose and they were just trying to waste time and add to the circus atmosphere that they created corey. Lou Dusky was ready for a circus. He was was not ready for serious questioning. When Republicans took their five minute turns questioning the witness they ignored corey. Lewandowski is role in the president's attempt to shut shutdown the muller investigation as described by Corn Corey Lewandowski own testimony in the mullahs report and his own notes that are reproduced in the mall the report Republican questioning deliberately did not make any sense but the question on the democratic side also mostly didn't make sense because of Republican publican interference with that questioning and the simple fact that should be obvious by now that most members of Congress are not very good at this they did not run for the district attorney they ran for the House of Representatives and every once in a while they have to play district attorney in committee hearings and generally for most of them. It doesn't go oh very well except for the people who have actually been prosecutors and so for hours on end it was a chaotic hearing with Corey Lewandowski becoming increasingly singley emboldened in his refusal to answer any question for which the answer was not already contained in the report he was asked by several Democrats to read passages the report and he repeatedly refused to do so cars when Eric Swallow Zeroed in on page ninety one of the Mullahs report which reproduced Corey Lewandowski own connotes of a speech Donald Trump dictated to him for Attorney General Jeff sessions to deliver about the Mueller Investigation Wild Wild Jeff sessions recused from supervising or commenting on the Muller Investigation in the trump written speech jeff sessions would announce that the special special prosecutor's investigation of the president is unfair and the special prosecutor would only be allowed from this point forward to investigate the possibility of quote election meddling for future elections so that nothing can happen in future elections harassment ex well well ask Corey Lewandowski to read his notes outs of his conversation with the president as reproduced in the mall report and Lewin Dusky refused to read his words allow were you were ashamed to read them out loud and you didn't deliver those words to the person the president asks you to did. You have a conscious of guilt. I have nothing to be guilty of congressman. Thank you still feel guilty today. And that's why you can't read it out loud cars when you're welcome to read the words if you'd like when the members of the committee finally finished their questioning almost five hours after hearing began it was finally time for the thirty minutes of questioning reserved for attorney. Barry Burke who is serving as a consultant of the Committee Hybrid Chairman Nadler Adler and chaos broke out once again as the Republicans pretended there was something wrong with having council ask questions in the committee even though the committee has done that many many times before especially in investigations of a president and after another round votes trying and failing to close down the hearing completely finally finally Barry Burke closed in on Corey Lewandowski for what was the worst public half hour of Corey Lewandowski life. My question to you sir is on national television. Did you lie about your relationship with the special counsel and whether they sought your interview I I don't know prior to the Muller report being published in redacted form. Did you ever misrepresent what you did on behalf of the president. I can't think of an instance where that would have occurred. Let me show you an interview that you did on May Fourteenth Twentieth Nineteen. Excuse me a I'll show it to you from February twenty-second twenty one thousand nine. Let me show it to you. Excuse me Ma'am number twenty nine thousand nine. Thank you don't ever remember the president ever asking me to get involved with Jeff sessions or the department injustice in any way shape so did you hear that Sir that was used saying on MSNBC. You don't ever remember the president ever. We're asking you to get involved with. Jeff sessions or department of Justice in any way shape or form. That wasn't true. Was it sir. I heard that UH and that was not true was it. I've no obligation beyond to the media's because there's just as dishonest as anybody else so you're admitting sir. You're not being truthful in that clip correct my interview with remember. This can be in any way you'd like. Did you lie on national television. Sorry about the president giving you a message. It's the attorney general about the special counsel's investigation. I don't recall that particular day and my mindset at the time I couldn't answer that. Corey Lewandowski told Robert Muller's investigators that he didn't want to deliver the president's message to Jeff Sessions at the Justice Department Jeff Sessions Office because he did not want the justice this apartment logs to show that he visited the Attorney General. He didn't WANNA public record of that meeting. Barry Burke pressed Corey Lewandowski on why he didn't want a public record of of him entering the Justice Department. So is it a fact. He didn't want to public log because you knew what you doing wrong so the just as the president went to an unofficial official nongovernment employees you wanted to make sure there was not a record of it isn't that right sir. No log creates a record of your visiting with the Attorney General so I would think a log world creator record degreaser that you admitted to the special counsel. You didn't want to have a record of your visit and that's why that's one of the reasons why you didn't go to the Department of Justice because she did not want to public log of your visit correct. I've never been to the Department of Justice. I don't know what goes on the Department of Justice. I don't really want to find out what happened. Department of Justice based on what's happened to other people involving the Department of Justice to be honest with you. Barry Burke insisted that the reason Corey Lewandowski did not personally deliver the president's message to Jeff. Yes actions is that Corey Lewandowski knew that would not be legal. You said so. You never did anything other than what was completely legal when you said that circus you knew if you delivered that message that told the Attorney General to instruct the special counsel delimit the investigation to exclude the president that would not be illegal. Isn't that correct surf Mr Burke. I didn't have the privilege of going to Harvard Law School. I'm not an attorney so what I know is. I didn't think at the time that the president asked me to deliver a message that anything was illegal about it. I didn't have the privilege to go to Harvard Law. So if you're telling me that in your opinion that would have been illegal then that's your opinion too but I never assume that that never thought about at the time I haven't thought about now. Why didn't you deliver the message that the president ask you delivered unless you didn't deliver it because you knew it was improper to deliver. Mr Burglar wasn't a priority. It sure reads like a priority in the mullahs report throughout the day. Corey Lewandowski refused to answer multiple questions agents about his conversations with anyone working in the White House. Berry Burke showed that this was not exactly a sacred principle to Corey Lewandowski. I can't speak to conversations that may or may not have with senior staff members of the administration to preserve the privilege they've invoked so it's such a sacred privilege as you would not disclose private communications because that would be wrong you testimony sir now. My testimony is at the White House directed that disclosed the substance of any discussions with the president advisors to protect executive branch confidentiality and I recognize that's not my privilege but I am. I am respecting the decision of the White House. Didn't you publish a book in which you disclose these very conversations. You had with senior White House officials which book you reference. I've written to New York Times bestsellers on a year so you refresh my memory with one. I'm asking you about the bestseller lead trumpy trump leading off our discussion. Tonight is democratic. Congressman Eric Swallow of California is one of the able questioners on the House Judiciary Committee because because he is a former deputy district attorney himself also joining us Mimi Roca former assistant. US Attorney Southern District of New York an MSNBC legal legal contributor cars. I WanNa start with something you brought up to Chairman Nadler when when it was your turn already been one brief recess in the hearing and so I'm not sure whether this was I could tell us whether this was coordinated with the chairman. Not specifically said you asked the chairman to consider holding holding Corey Lewandowski in contempt of Congress for the way he was testifying in that hearing which I have to say in any previous in Congress he would have been held in contempt of Congress in the first five minutes based on what we saw what's going to happen with the question of contempt of Congress for Corey Lewandowski in Dusky. It's certainly on the table and I also think the to witness chairs next to him. empty chairs should mean empty pockets and they need to be fine. There need to be consequences and when you when you by the way I could listen to that Barry Burke Exchange all day and then he he he's just masterful and finally the truth came came out but that's not how an innocent person conducts themselves. That's how he wants to help the Congress understand. You know what the president did would present themselves. That's how a guilty person acts and so are the chairman is going to consider contempt and we're not going to stop it in Lawrence and I I saw just like you did the you know the twitter. you know hot takes on what all this meant and people said it was messy. It was frustrating and that's all true but if the opposite of of this is to do nothing and let the President get away with further obstruction. We're not GonNa do that either and we have court battles that are ongoing right now so the president may benefit in the short term from confusing people and telling people to obstruct but in the long-term there's going to be a cascade of court decisions in our favor and it's not going to be very good for the trump team. Carson there is one another alternative for the mess of it and that is letting Barry Burke to either all the questioning or let Barry Burke have the first half our and then let the mess follow that yeah and it also just depends as well on the witnesses. We should assume that most witnesses are going to be like Mister Lebowski. That's just the trump style. They haven't had to have any consequences for that as of late and yes I think you know just just like you want more cowbell. Give us more burke. He was very very good. maybe Roca one of the things that you don't have in the courtroom is the other side when in the middle of your questioning jumping up in all sorts of history on equate object to something in a courtroom you better be doing it based on the rules of evidence the Democrats
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on Confronting: O.J. Simpson
"On episode nine this podcast talked about the topic of domestic violence and how it not only affected nicole brown simpson but also american culture church kim wanted to continue this conversation so she spoke with robin sax and experienced litigator and former l._a. County deputy district attorney brabham also has a master's in social work and is nationally recognized in the fields of sexual assault and domestic abuse the reason that i wanted to make sure i included you on the podcast. Is i love the fact that you just went back and got your masters in social work so the stuff that i want to talk to you about kinda covers domestic violence why don't people report domestic violence and what happens if you do and why family members don't get involved and maybe you can shed some light on some of that. I like your ankle. I go here okay. So why do you think this case made it acceptable to people talk about domestic violence and then for law enforcement to <hes> act on it. Unfortunately many things work in our society. It's only after there's tragedy. Do we end up kind about change. Domestic violence has existed since the beginning of time that the mindset of domestic violence was that this was some sort of interesting dispute uh-huh police and government had no place in the people who needed intervention the most were not getting it because you know our society contributed to the culture of allowing and it's perpetuated and so i think that you have to have a holistic terrible crime that was publicly viewed for some called out how times law enforcement have to go over to o._j. Simpson's house curious to how it changed the reporting some victims all of a sudden there is a comfort what people are publicly recognizing invalidating the existence of something that that they'll with. I think that there's so much shame chain. That's involved in this and so much judgment and that i shouldn't have gotten myself into this that i think that that will always be present to a certain extent and those are the factors i that make people not want to report. I think those are alive and well too.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Officer tarot sullivan made his first court appearance this afternoon our jordan christmas has more on that jordan forty-five-year-old adele rama stood quietly in the holding cell while the judge read the charges today ron moses charged with the shooting death of officer o'sullivan and the attempted murder of officer daniel chip who was with oh sullivan at the time of the shooting deputy district attorney rod norgaard said additional charges could be filed there's an ongoing investigation it's going to take a long time to process the crime scene my guess is charging document may have some additional counts as time goes on rama's also faces special circumstances that could lead to the death penalty killing a police officer in line and wait with the investigation ongoing norgaard says they have a long way to go before making that decision we have an internal policy dictates the procedure by which we seek the death penalty which includes input from his council if they so choose and that decision will be made down the roadways romo's had a large bandage on his head possibly from a weakened incident where he was seeing banging his head against a jailhouse bed when asked if he understood the charges against him rama simply replied yes his next court date is on july twenty second the sacramento police officers association announced today that a candlelight vigil for officer o'sullivan will be held wednesday night on arden way thursday morning at ten a._m. memorial services will be held for her at the base i church adventure campus in roseville kitty all right john thank you for that it's five seven now at k._f._c. k-well bernie sanders and other democratic lawmakers have drafted a bill which will make public colleges universities and trade schools tuition and debt free senator sanders saying this morning it will enable every american watch in education to fulfill their dreams proposal completely eliminate student debt in this country and ends the absurdity of sentencing an entire generation the millennial generation to a lifetime of debt for the crime of doing the right thing and that is going out and getting a higher education and that is the basis of your poll question today he does want to relieve all the student debt so this would eliminate the loan debt of every american it would cancel one point six trillion dollars of student loans for about forty.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"Pamela, Parsons, Tracy to foia Joseph crazy, Joe NASO, convicted and all those killings number three. There are several suspects in the killings. One of them being convicted killer, Kenneth Bianchi, one of the infamous hillside stranglers when he and his cousin Angelo Bono, kidnapped raped tortured, murdered ten women and girls from ages twelve and twenty. Eight between October nineteen seventy seven February seventy eight then he fled to Washington state committed to additional rape murders before finally getting caught you know, he lived and worked in Rochester area during the time of the initial murders and bounce to California. Number four. According to a variety of statistics, roughly one in five women will be raped nited states at some point during their lifetime. No means now Fugger control yourself. Learn a little bit of a all recommend this is just a a dick slap technique. If you're getting too worked up, you just yes, you slap. You slap the head of your dick, not joking. You don't want to punch it to break something. But give it a nice wop. It's not going to really hurt anything. It's going to be painful enough to completely distract you from any sexuality you can use it. Hopefully as it. I'm not going to rotate hopefully us is like I don't wanna come so fast technique, but you can also use it, you know, not snobby rapi. And may maybe maybe I thought of that maybe was told to me by a special yesterday about playboy number five, new info. While Joseph NASA was convicted of four double initial killings. There was enough evidence in two other murders to allow prosecutor Deputy District Attorney Dori HANA to bring up these other killings at his sentencing hearing. So he wasn't convicted. There's misleading information on the internet someplace like Wikipedia say he was convicted of these other. He was not he was convicted of four, but there are two other murders that were brought up. One was Syrah Dylan ab- Dylan groupie. Lasting on her way to Dylan concert at the Warfield theater in San Francisco may nine ninety may nineteen ninety two. She was born Rene Shapiro, but became got so into Dylan she changed her name to the name of his former wife and investigators found Shapiro's driver's licence and passport in Nassau's safety deposit box along with newspaper obituaries of two other victims of his that's obviously very suspicious also the body of sharia patent fifty six washed ashore near the naval net depot Tiburon California nine hundred eighty one at the time for death. She was in the bay area looking for work and NASA managed the apartment where she lived. He also took photos of her the photos of her were found his treasure trove of creepy photos, and he was also considered the prime suspect in her murder by police way back in nineteen Eighty-one. But there just wasn't enough evidence to charge him, you know, with her death also thought this was a added to the creepiest of this dude at his sentencing. Nassau's ex wife testified. That she believes she was sexually assaulted by two minute, a hotel room after NASO basically ruined her in a San Francisco nightclub in the summer of nineteen seventy six which was when the first of these killing just before the first these killings happened, which I think is significant. Totally blacked out found myself in a different place. I believe I was drugged. She said she said, she was depressed at the time and had to drink the nightclub next thing. She knew two men who were wearing clothing relying on top Furner bed in a hotel. She she felt strong that she had just been sexually assaulted. And she said that her husband was sitting by the bed watching her very intensely to men than ran away when she woke up, and she said, I was fudging confused. I believe they're having sex with me. She confronted NASA when they got home, and he said he thought it would cheer me up. But it didn't it's his psychotic sexual sadists. Or just doesn't understand how life works to somebody weird moments during his trial since you know, like he's just very confused. I look I don't get. I'll I'll get bras. I try to show my wife..
Judge drops charges against 3 linked to New Mexico compound
"Child abuse charges are being tossed out. In the New Mexico desert, compound case Andrew. Spencer explains what happened one of the judges overseeing the case called it a complete failure follow Proper procedures in prosecuting case highlighting the, shocking details the public is already seen a remote. Compound in northern New Mexico eleven children found emaciated and starving a small child missing and later found dead the original charges eleven counts, of felony child abuse against each of the five adults found on that. Compound have now all been dropped because prosecutors had not scheduled a preliminary hearing within the ten day timeframe required by state law I. Don't know whether they're overworked they don't have enough people at their, office. I don't see the district attorney here or the chief. Deputy District Attorney but it is disturbing to me that's district attorney would put this court in that kind of a situation. The only charges that remain or. Against, Janney Laville in Sarraj behind the father of Amdahl whose remains were found on, the grounds of the compound. On what would have been his fourth birthday Laville highs have both. Pleaded Not guilty the charges related to other Ghani's
LA, President and Vladimir Putin discussed on Howie Carr
"I can't I was in the Starbucks drive thru lineup this. Morning and you. Know when the. Car moves but. The, one, in front of you Doesn't move yeah so there's a huge gap and you're like haunt do I. Not I always? Hawk. It's always people on their phone no one pays attention to. Anything around them anymore
Mega Millions winners identified as California office pool
"For the worst KM Jay's Dominic McAndrew has details. The massive blaze has now crossed the boundary into the assembly as it continues to vast swathes of Mariposa county. We're looking at steep rugged terrain areas that have not seen fire. We've got Beato kill three. We've got extremely dry fuels and decide skulk at him says it is a fluid situation. Things are actually changing hour by hour. But for the most part you somebody valley remains closed highway forty one remains closed from our pleasure. Grove remains closed. So mostly the southern part of the park remains closed for asking for folks, patience and understanding and our paramount concern. And we will get through this dominant McAndrew Cam j. news, the teenager who allegedly threatened to shoot up his own school graduation is in court. Again today, Kyle dwelling is accused of wanting to commit a mass shooting at Buchanan, high's graduation. Ceremony back on June seven soon after the arrest Deputy District. Attorney Andrew Johns said. That the defendant fits the profile of a mass shooter loner at school that. Has psychological issues that has talked and sought to obtain firearms his defense attorney instead described it as loose talk. On that same day dwelling pleaded not guilty to the criminal threats. Charge he is currently being. Held without bail a search is underway for a twelve year old girl who was allegedly. Abducted from Ronald Reagan Washington National airport. In Arlington Virginia while visiting the states from China her name is Mahjong Jiang she's twelve years old. And police believe. She may have been a doctor and she's from China was last seen at, Reagan national airport right outside of Washington. DC she was with a tour group with students visiting schools, and sightseeing in the area that's Rene Marsh reporting the child believed to have left. The airport, without force with an unknown couple tariffs are taking a toll on the, local economy Emme the latest, from? KM Jay's Aaron Obata. San Joaquin valley business conditions index seeing a decline in July of those still pointing to growth in the. Coming months the index from Fresno state's Greg school of business fell from. Fifty eight point six to fifty seven and a half It is above fifty indicates an, economic expansion over the next three to six months round twenty five percent of firms surveyed so the tariffs made Burgess from overseas more difficult still local. Construction activity is expanding at a healthy. Base air debate you k j news eleven people in an office pool at a Sarah Santa Clara county company won the five hundred forty three million mega. Millions jackpot the players ranging in age from twenty one to sixty told lottery. Officials they. Don't have. A. Regular lottery pool they simply took. A chance on the game by pitching in two dollars a piece for the winning ticket which was a quick pick, over the.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Kind of vitriolic just outrageous kind of shit that you're seeing on the right case in point the deputy district attorney of san bernardino county which should already clue you up too many things this guy michael selyem he said among all kinds of other crazy show on facebook he said about maxine waters quote being allowed mouth cut in the ghetto you would think someone would have shot this bitch by now q samantha bs i roll of the fuck is century because if they really want to go there let's everybody get up in arms about this man who is also like what is this someone should you'd think someone would have shot this bitch so you're now you're i mean icon out on auntie maxine i don't know what's going also you're calling hurricane first of all culturally i just want to know that black people don't take as much as is why people do and when i found that out i started using that as my secret inward all the time because i didn't realize that it actually got a reaction out of i hope luck like wanna say cock so bad in my mouth oh it's so bad so bad it feels hey i'm leaving that one alone but it's crazy to me that she's calling off him and his because it's like base now don't act like ya'll feminists y'all at gone hose trying to have us all be handmaid's okay i watched that show a look into the future i'm like this and also feminism is inherently about equality out here screaming all this zena phobic should you've already demonstrating you aren't you have no interest in equality you're not into feminist so there's this idea that i think for them just just means women have to stick with women no matter how problematic there if someone is saying something like let's be real it's not like all these people aren't on wax saying all kinds of inflammatory shit and now suddenly they're like other we'll see what happened what did i do and you get hate back that's exactly what the universe does you get what you give so that's what they're putting into the universe and i think the timing lauren is also trying to brag here lying mex i'd maxine don't care about you girl she don't know you girl like mariah carey says i don't know her know her what conservative women have been assaulted which she specifically said they've been assault you said assaulted yeah sinn kirby of women have been assault is getting your cheese plate paid for and being asked to play and apparently that is it it's really interesting how what before when barack obama was in power all these people wanting to talk all this crazy shit and like you know their whole existence was based off of trolling the libs or whatever but that's not a real stress on a real rhetorical strategy that's just a game you engage in for your own ego and now that they're empowered this she looks really weird and they're even kind of like oh yeah like it's hard to have all these hot takes specially now because i can't argue like the bright is empower the gop's empower so i can't really kind of go off the same way i did but then at the same time i want to but then if someone calls me out then suddenly i'm the kind of snowflake that i used to call liberal it bread all just they're very sensitive yeah it's all become very i think they're sort of realizing the limits of this rhetorical strategy a away they like when the liberals get outraged over something trump does like that gives them energy but anytime liberals back a little bit on conservatives they get scared they do not like well because i think they realized do they are they are typically i believe that they are in a minority in terms of thinking that this kind of outright out in the open racism is like what everybody in this country's like rail four yeah you know there are people who because most you know that you're seeing it right there that's why people are wanting to explain to you this is not right now we should say there are two stories of actual assaults that are being covered heavily by the right wing media like.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Bet you heard about this oh yes quote yeah this is from a michael selyem if that's how you say his name deputy district attorney of san bernardino county california and he's his quote is about maxine waters and he said being allowed mouth contin the ghetto you would think someone would have shot this bitch by now and the update is he's been suspended he should have been fired right why suspended for what exactly i i didn't i didn't look into it too much there was an article in the la times today it didn't say too much about it but you know these people are being emboldened because of trump they say what they want to say out loud because of trump yeah and thank you we'll from chicago about the pronunciation of cinema as time okay then i tweeted the president really wants the drama okay this i was watching msnbc i was watching andrea mitchell and i go to say entry missile show she has some good stuff and she has some really crappy stuff this was this was one of the things that drove me nuts robert kosta the reporter said the president really wants the drama of all of this and they're talking about the scotus announcement and everything as an nbc is displaying the skoda's countdown clock yeah you know they they they enabled it just a neighbors yep it's just like during a just like during the election when they played all his rallies live they didn't play hillary's nope they deemphasized hillary deemphasized bernie deemphasize and for those in the chat room who are insistent jill stein supporters they barely gave her any airtime although they did give her some airtime but it was all trump all the time yup cyrus mcqueen a comedian he says why does the media play right into trump's hands they're like we're just hours away from the president revealing his supreme court pick on like great are we also just hours away from him telling us where all the children are too and reuniting them with their families a good one you like him sars mcqueen's really good i would follow him any been listening he's really good ken vogel maralago perk people who pay two hundred thousand dollars a year to be members of the trump resort appear to have been invited on private tours of air force gone and he says this is reported by at tea party who has uncivil reporting on blurring of the line between the trump organization property and the white house and ring crawford added for another hundred k they get to see the nuclear codes i like the little phil little dig elemental dick trump tweeted sorry to to inflict this on you but he did tweet the failing new york times fake news story today about breastfeeding must be called out the us strongly supports breastfeeding but we don't believe women should be denied access to formula many people need this option because of mel nutrition and poverty we can talk about the substance of the story in a minute but bench schwartz who writes for various magazines added we'd how on it you are about story listen them and then maggie haberman of the new york times added he claims the story is false and then back saddam that's right yeah what what they did was they supported the the formula industry the corporations that produce formula and it was formula that wasn't necessary it was i think it was formula other than formula that you do use if you need to it was supplemental formula for older kisses i recall i can't remember anymore but somebody on tv was saying it's not just the formula you think it is right and it was a resolution supporting women breastfeeding and we voted against it yeah and russia russia of all places voted voted for it or at least made it possible again by by speaking out for breastfeeding i i can't re please help me here i'm yeah i don't have all the details on that story but yeah it was it was you know an anti diluvian thing it's it's going backwards in time the united states coming out against a resolution in favor of breastfeeding is basically what it was so that they could support the formula industry thank you on a assaults try to get some sleep next week if the reason i didn't have any sleep just so you know is is my father in law had to go into the.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Gets with those black we're just where black people that's right guys it's time to play the game we all hate the play it's fucking black people the game we go all around the globe we find articles and make us feel fucked with and we assigned point scores from zero to one hundred intervals with twenty five today's contestants everybody okay see was fucking with us today i'm into bring him really more take on the chart let me good less the san bernardino county gang prosecutor is under fire for fensive social media post i'm paying what he's saying the lead hardcore gang prosecutor in san bernardino county district attorney's office is under investigation for a series of fist offensive rants on social media triggering demands for his dismissal deputy district attorney michael celia who joined the da's office twelve years ago targeted outspoken us representative maxine waters former foes and addition to former first lady michelle obama also basically immigrants and victims of police shootings and facebook and instagram posts label by one critic as hateful rhetoric of water selyem said being allowed mouth cut in the ghetto you would think someone would have shot this bitch by now deputy district attorney i'm sure his sure when he was looking at cases and stuff you've probably very biased i'm sure no no one got i'm sure knowing earner bodies racist until they're not he has friends i'm sure you know not a right not a racist bone in my body never never was just with again people are going out of their way to let people though they are where oh god i type this on after them i know this loud placards come on like why can't it be let y'all what it'd be like the old days i can't go back to the old dave with obama was here yeah racist silent will and you're somebody like you don't work at lowe's niggers you literally interact with the fucking public for living do what are you doing is like beyond the obvious is w rises but beyond racism it's also stupid fuck talk better like having money like they love fucking check in online argument with someone over the police shooting of villian he wrote that shit bag got exactly what he deserved what you're so and by the way go fuck yourself your liberal shit bag it was unclear which i'm sorry what does people always minds hack liberals and stuff like police shooting for stuff like that like what is that after you with any type of political ideology to fight this person police officers shot an unarmed person brawl white or black that has nothing to do with politics and then they can share i really don't understand these damn liberals they keep they keep giving up set the cops you and all black people i don't know what these levels out he also rose awful come on come on now that's the problem with being black is like i don't think none of these my friend you know like it's not like whatever they they try to lump us in a like hey i'm here for the race shit okay i'm just trying to get you off my ads i'm not really right when people like pejoratively referred to like black people as fuck neoliberal and i'm like it really know are any of us have heard have do we have at that good in america yet none of us care about this word just yeah you know my main reason over the democrats feel to privatize health and shit no niggers ever say those sentences it has life they're all just like i just don't want to shadow more maybe you know see what's what some some some rights you know like those school here like check into that jesus he also said of a budweiser super bowl and says i am all for white males immigrating here legally and starting a business if the terrorists ask hosts making here wanting to kill me and my family that i'm opposed to i cannot believe how shallow democrats are they must really think people are stupid i guess that is evident because they actually thought hillary clinton could win a presidential election twice laugh my fucking ass off okay well she did win the popular vote but that is a good point she did lose twice and white males lee come here legally and starting a business is probably better than terrorists i mean i do i do miss pointed he thought of that one on.
New Jersey Woman on Oxygen Dies After Electric Company Shuts Off Her Power
"He's just hours away abc's kate shaw says it will be difficult for the democrats the minority party to totally derail the nomination but i think they could slow it down i mean there this long tradition of senatorial courtesy so if the democrats explain that there are particular documents that they need to review or you know interviews they need to conduct trump's announcement will be made starting at six our time in kfi will be carrying it live thousands of dwp customers still don't have power and so cal edison says about fourteen hundred customers in l a county are without power along with about four hundred more in orange county officials say the outages were largely the result of overloaded power stations and aging equipment that could not keep up with demand during the heat wave the scent temps soaring into those triple digits a prosecutor in san bernardino county has been put on leave over some controversial comments on social media district attorney mike rama says his office learned of the post by deputy district attorney michael selyem just about a week and a half ago i was offended by the comments not just as the district attorney but as a prosecutor one of the comments he used expletives to describe congresswoman maxine waters sings she should have been shot by now for her loud mouth san bernardino county district attorney's office does not condone hate discrimination or incitement of violence rama says celje will be on leave while his office investigates and selling them could be fired at the end of the investigation chris ancarlo kfi news eight boys have been brought to safety from the cave they have been stuck in thailand abc's dr jennifer ashton says being trapped for more than two weeks will have mental consequences for the boys there's going to be short term acute effects longterm effects that will be continuing long after the cameras go away and that's just as important as what's going on physically for more boys and their soccer coach still waiting in the cave to be rescued two divers have been escorting each boy out of that cave through two and a half mile escape route most of the boys don't know how to swim a woman in new jersey has died because the power company cut off her electricity even though she adjusts made a payment two days beforehand the woman had congestive heart failure in needed an electric power to oxygen tank to breathe the woman's daughter says the told the company of moms medical issues the power company says they were not aware of them police newark are investigating senate majority leader mitch mcconnell has been followed by protesters outside a restaurant in louisville.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on No Agenda
"More than anything else but let's play this entered right now into that database leaving data holes that make the system in commonly taking several months to up to a year to test firearms in our firearms unit meriem account is supervising deputy district attorney in santa clara county we're guns used to sit on the shelf of their crime lab untested for up to a year officials worried that meant some crimes here may have gone unsolved we discovered it's not just in santa clara county either currently not every jurisdiction in california puts information tonight then we sent out a survey to twenty different california crime lands of the twelve labs that replied an average of three months went by before any ballistic testing was done and the results entered into neither one lab had a backlog of up to four years at least three of the crime labs don't enter evidence tonight at all we also found another problem many local law enforcement agencies send just a fraction of the guns encasing state recover in for knives and testing we aren't sending all guns to the lab that armor weapon in san jose might be sitting on your shelf in modesto and vice versa misinformation allows us to tactically target the shooter's etf special agent john d'or steinke says nine only works if every casing is entered every time and if we can't do it quickly can we link otherwise unassociated events together that's why a cleric counties da office has put renewed emphasis to now clear their backlog and enter every casing every bullet and every gun in their evidence room tremendous progress we have no backlog on our casings and for our firearms they've dramatically decrease the backlog now there is some federal grant money available to help smaller local police agencies joined the night in program.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Yeah he hasn't been to this side of the mountains in forever he lives over in seattle he doesn't come here he hates his bitch of a true of seventy two year old mom he'll be on the cruise okay i need you to send some flowers over to her house in the sons that's how some of that just drop it off and just say it's the sun or mom or just been thinking about you i know it's been a while that'll be it that's your off yeah you've spent now look don't go down to the car wash and spend nine dollars on flowers at least nineteen ninety nine okay okay thank you all right that's fair i should be doing this for relations on your now now less terrible until next time the corolla confessional is closed all right we'll bring john lewin in we'll talk all about he's deputy district attorney for major crimes in los angeles i was raised near dodger stadium trying to get to the airport the other day i should buy the talk about filing yeah so we'll talk to him about a very interesting case also i'll tell you about castrol edge man tech advances are making engine smaller more powerful more efficient but they're working harder she need a better oil in that's were castrol edge comes in they've collaborated with electronic arts to present an adrenalin filled driving challenge call titanium gamer inspired by the need for speed video games you can find out if real computerbased driving skills or superior i want you to check this out first off get still some castrol edge and then secondly go to castro usa youtube page and look at this video it is really cool all right quick break good sports john lennon.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Knowledge remove well brian why don't you come up with it let our audience hidden tweet hashtag for second i'll tell you guys about truecar oh you need truecar i gotta tip for you let's shop at true car truecar also helps people get new and used cars not all new it's not all use it's new and us with a certified dealer network and nationwide inventory of nearly one million us cars enjoy real pricing on actual inventory and simpler buying experience whether you're going to buy new or you're going to buy us you see what other people pay you figure out exactly what the car you want a compare them apples apples you lock in your price you get your ticket enjoy faster car buying experience by connecting with truecar certified dealers are also working and competing against one another to bring that price down so when you're ready to buy new or us check out truecar enjoy a more confident car buying experience some features not available in all states bryan gunn idea the hit at gerry brown gove stupid name at gerry round gulf let them know what about idea would be to roll mr bradford with the hashtag bad bradford oh that's bad breath good i put bradford behind bars but here's a saudi barry john lewin any thing about the menendez brothers i want him out of prison whatever they did to the family i i it's it's nature nurture it i want some taxpayers out here it's make room with the with them i think if they age a little bit sure pure in front of this commissioner problem they'll be good to go there definitely getting out that do that john i know you're you're not going to hang around for news because that's not not part of your job description but i will say that toss it out one more time brian jerry brown gulf lebanon how bad idea it would be tell bad bradford hashtag we need good guys around like deputy district attorney major crimes down low and thank you john for coming thank you very much.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"Commentator she's on five but i know kimberly from the days that she was a deputy district attorney in los angeles and it just left the lingerie modelling career to become a deputy district attorney and she was then in la district attorney's in san francisco has her needs she says a lot of range that woman kimberly absolutely i mean think about this career lingerie model la county district attorney then went up to san francisco's district thirty and prosecuted those lawyers were charged with murder for the dog molly she got a conviction right that dog that was kimberly air then she was married to gavin newsom then she divorced gavin and then she got married to somebody else then divorced i think she's got kids and now apparently being squire around by don dt j while yeah the texture yes it was that story leaked by donald trump junior because people were leaking or the the story the page six done about his soon to be ex wife vanessa bagging around with a gang member what's your read on human nature i i i i will speak from the heart and i realized i'm not cut out for show business because i don't have an ounce of this stuff in me when i was a famously misquoted by saying adam says women aren't funny that's because somebody said to me at the end of an interview who's funnier men or women and i said men are funnier but kathy griffin i said at the time share silman are funnier than any guy went to high school with and then that turned announce funny and then later on the accusation was adam is just trying to trump up inc and hits because he's got a new book coming out and he's trying to get publicity that's why he said this outrages statement now i have none of that in me it makes me uncomfortable i'd like to sell some books and do some podcasts and then go home not your appearance in am i mean.
DA candidate says cop killers shouldn't get death penalty
"Candidate for contra costea contra costa county district attorney said during a forum this week that he wouldn't seek the death penalty against defendants who've killed a police officer because quote it's part of the risks they take whoa contra kosti that's up in sacramento area that's where the golden state killer very prolific northern california the comments by attorney lawrence strauss one of the three candidates in the june da election were promptly slammed by the local police union president one of whom said that strauss's named shouldn't even be on the ballot strauss was responding to a question during an april twenty four th forum at the leicester center in walnut creek which ashtros interim da diana becton and senior deputy district attorney paul graves if they would seek the death penalty against cop killers of the three strauss was the only one to give a direct answer he began his comments by saying that when an officer is murdered it affects not only as family but a nationwide network of police officers he added however that people who kill single officers shouldn't be death penalty eligible quote i feel sorry for the officer it's part of the risks they take is being an officer of the law he said he added that he trained police officers as a prosecutor in hawaii and always told them to approach every traffic stop with caution because someone could pull a gun at any time contra costa county sheriff sergeant sean welch president of the agency's officer union called the comments archaic and extremely inappropriate answer dickey's it really is stupid but it's precisely that reason why you should seek the death penalty if a cop gets killed how about those officers in palm springs who were responding to a police call and they were shot through a door they didn't even have a fighting chance they're just they're doing their job they ring the doorbell ding dong bang bang and one of them are just had a baby i mean their life was just starting the whole thing is just i don't like to just the police are there to serve and protect us and they're so important in our society and keeping a saint society at a justice iety and.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"That justice scalia had changed his mind from a unanimous opinion he had written not that long ago to being willing to strike down fair share fees public sector unions began recognizing that they have to do a lot of internal organizing and recruit the workers who they represent to be full supporters and full duespaying members of the union it's not enough just to negotiate a good contract and then administer at fairly for both for those who pay and those who are who paid only agency fees they needed to do a lot of internal organizing after justice scalia died and it appeared possible that a democratic president was going to appoint his replacement people thought well all right we dodge that bullet but when the senate refused to confirm merrick garland and waited out the election until trump appointed neil gorsuch and given that neil gorsuch has voted one hundred percent of the time with clarence thomas i don't think most people think that the supreme court is going to rule for the union's unless may be justice kennedy who wrote the government employees free speech case garcetti versus ah by us involving the deputy district attorney i described maybe kennedy will be nervous about the implications of ruling against the union if the challengers win in janice and they get rid of fair share fees nobody should believes that this is the last case that the right to work organisation socalled is going to bring against unions they have cases pending in the lower courts all over the country arguing that not only does it violate the first amendment rights of union represented workers to have to pay fees for representation will serve.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"Here's public librarians and so forth but it will reduce the power and influence of nurses unions teachers unions who tend to support candidates who care about workers and those candidates tend to be democrats that's really what's driving this but it's important to note that if the supreme court holes in janice that public sector employees can refuse to pay anything to a union that negotiates about wages and working conditions and that implements the contract in the workplace every day it will be the only first amendment right that public sector workers have the supreme court has made clear that govern men employee's do not have free speech rights on the job so in garcetti versus ah bio's a deputy district attorney was concerned that a police officer had given false testimony to get a search warrant in a criminal case and he wrote a memo to his supervisor raising questions about this testimony suggesting that uh the prosecution based on the allegedly false testimony should be dropped his supervisor retaliated against him for writing this memo he brought a first amendment challenge to the discipline saying i spoke on a matter of public concern false convictions to my boss and i was punished for my speech that should violate the first amendment the supreme court in a five two four opinion by justice kennedy he rejected the first amendment claim saying that government employees have no first amendment protection for their speech on the job regarding their working conditions same thing in the other case the board of duri a case so government employees don't have a first amendment right as individuals to walk into their supervisors office and say my working conditions are unsafe or we're being inefficient about how we're spending the taxpayers money the employee has no first amendment right not to be fired for that kind of speech how could it be that speech that would not be protected by the first amendment if it individual employees engaged in it is something that an employee has a first amendment right not to pay money to enable the union to engage in those are logically inconsistent position.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Grip be chief deputy district attorney prosecuting the case in sacramento denied the claims noting that his office had filed charges against one member of the traditionalist workers party or t wp the neo nazi group that organized this particular rally so in one phone call with doug mccormick identified by police as the tea wpf iliad who acquired the permit for the sacramental rally california highway patrol investigator donovan airs warned him that police might have to release his name in response to a public records request the officer said he would try to protect mccormick okay here's his exact quote i'm going to suggest that we hold that or redact your name or something until this gets resolved he said to the suspect dead he also requested records of the permit and noted if i if i did i would tell you so he didn't know who had requested his name and it's like if i knew i would tell you okay so be clear bubba convicts who august so in that case the guy's going to organize the rally if i'm on in there you can disagree with me but i'm not that bothered he's saying look i get a you're you're part of this was premises group of people are gonna wanna know who you are you requesting the pirmin and we'll keep your identity uh hidden i dunno if that's the legal thing or not if it turns out that's not legal than i withdraw what i just said right but uh and then he he goes a little extra by saying hey don't worry if anyone tries to find out your identity i'll give you a heads up i don't think you have to do a neo nazi that favour so okay but if that's all that was i'd say okay that's bad but it's not the end of the world okay but the case it animation earlier and there is a number of these but that african american protester was stabbed in the abdomen chest and hand break so but they consider him the suspect yes okay.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on Young Charlie by Hollywood & Crime
"They tacitly accept society's values even as they flout them their indulgence and free sex and drugs is is much too shocked that parents his out of a real understanding that freedom means to gave up everything to die that you may leave it is and that what the bible teaches jacobsen isn't put off by charlie's rance doesn't take them all at seriously in the next instant jolly will slip back into his crooner masking belt out an impromptu tune in ever knew which charlie you going again but he always held your interest around those he feels the need to impress jarque can be anything you want him to be on the witness stand before the grand jury susan atkins described the activity known to the family as creepy crawling members were dressed in dark clothes and sneak into random houses in the dead of night taking care not to wake the occupants they would move silently through the house sometimes rearranging things so in the morning the people would know their space had been invaded then deputy district attorney vincent bouillaud olshey asked about the night of august ninth susan said that charlie had instructed her in the other women to each bring a knife in a change of clothing and do what ever tax watson told them to once in the car tech said they were going to a house that had once belonged to terry melchor they were to take any money they could find and kill who ever was in the house when they got to ten thousand fifty c l o dr techs shimmied up a pole and cut the phone lines then the park down the street and walked back up the hill concerned the gate might have an alarm they scurried up an inclined to access the property as they started toward the house a car came down the driveway toward them techs ordered the driver to stop susan heard four shots and when they passed the car she could see the thing slumped across the front seat the grand jury caught their breath is bouillon.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper
"Wife's that are dealing with human being now but the put but where they're going to attack it's already very clear is the attorney who was sitting next to beverley young nelson the attorney being gloria allred who is obviously a democrat and we know very active in liberal causes like abortion rights and and i i think uh rowing moore's wife posted on facebook a picture of gloria allred holding a sign it some parade saying transgender rights that that's where they're going to go what i first draft russia's ending this woman and having a new york press conference i thought balked they just handed a big keno but a big present to war and more but she stayed out of the shot in that woman was visibly shaken uh i don't think she overplayed her hand she seemed to have a very vivid recall of what exactly happened and that's the kind of member in something terrible happens you you remember every second of it it was clear she did she had told other people in so i think she is very difficult to do this i don't care if cookie monsters representing her you can't not remember that tapes it's it was very very moving account very upsetting and of course very chilling win in her version of the story this was just her version of the story wrote growing more than the deputy district attorney who've signed where your book a rumour va lau said you're a child nobody's going to believe you i'm the district attorney and basically you know does it matter what you do from here because no one's going to believe you and you forget you know uh adults have so much power over young people you know a teacher a preacher a coach in need those people i mean you could those people i don't care how.
"deputy district attorney" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"That's absolutely right a former coworker who worked alongside worry more in late seventies early '80s says that she believes these women she was the deputy district attorney in etewa county at the courthouse where roy moore was working she worked alongside him as i mentioned her name is theresa jones and cnn reach out to her and she told us it was common knowledge that roy dated high school girls everyone we knew thought it was weird we wondered why someone his aide would hang out at high school football games and at the mall but you really wouldn't say anything to someone like that mm yeah sounds a little weird uh there's going to be more coming out about more and um i don't think he's going to leave though so you know i think uh to a certain extent you got mcconnell there there's there's no upside to roy more for him at this point or downsize non a good sense here he is a here is mitch mcconnell uh saying for the first time in his life that he believes a woman who says that she has been um in any way assaulted by a man or this case it was sexually molested uh you can't give consent when you're fourteen i hope i don't have to good or do you believe these allegations to be true i voted woman who laura tom of the women have live and received it ross onto the wrong path but there comes a time when you know even if they're all total bitches the right to write and this should be a bill excuse me i have a meal my my wife quote unquote her dad naveh meeting about a sentinel shipment keller fit.