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Meet Your New Favorite Holiday: Florida Craft Beer Day

The Zest

06:03 min | 1 year ago

Meet Your New Favorite Holiday: Florida Craft Beer Day

"If you could invent a holiday to celebrate your favorite food or drink what would it be for dining gallagher. It's florida craft. Beer day in twenty fifteen. The clearwater resident convinced fellow craft lover and then tampa mayor. Bob buckhorn to declare february fifteenth. More craft. Beer day in tampa. I recently spoke to donny. About what makes florida's craft beer scene unique and why he says craft beer is here to stay. Why are you so passionate about craft beer. A lot of people drink beer. But you live it. Thank you for saying that. That's true and it's actually been a part of my life since two thousand seven so i actually had about five years of formal training. We'll just call it our good friend. Bud and bud is one of the biggest bill factors in the world. I mean this was a much different beer scene back than in two thousand seven. But ever since then i was inspired because i found that When i was with our friend bud my role was basically teaching people how to pair beer and food and what i found was that people were fascinated by. They take the knowledge that that we shared and they would they would go to their local And impress their friends. They would sit down and tell their wife whose probably not interested at all or could have been back then before grant. There was a things who really knows. But it's just been great in people interested in learning that stuff and so of the podcast mission was to to set up in in his league with that flip four because people related enjoy learning and so we can inspire that learning to keep going by going out of your bubble going down the street finding. What's new if you're at a restaurant you love. Try the new seasonal thing. I love talking to me bone so it's really just been a part of life for a long time no so you actually worked for budweiser. We're not just talking about drinking in your dorm room yet. Nope nickname society was actually bush before they were in bed so during that transition or the team helped layup marking planning strategy how that went on learning from big beer was critical was huge because you learn from big beer. I mean obviously became big beer for as craft. Beer continued to grow in the country. Locally around me i just saw all these little pop up and i said hey. People still love to talk about beer. I learned lot from the brewing process outta market beer. Talk about beer. How to enjoy the how to get non beer drinkers into beer. It's surprising legion. Really do with beer food and and that stuff stayed with me forever. What is craft beer. I think a lot of people who drink the bigger brands might look at it as a hipster thing. Why should we care about craft beer. Craft beer is more than just something you drink and you can look at this now as you drive down the street. There's mom and errs in embar. Owners that are brewpubs sir. Tap room's or what have you. There's families that are in brewing. There is a local economies. there's billions of dollars nationally. Hundreds of millions of dollars for just the state of florida alone. Hundred thousand jobs for floridians and nationwide. You know that number continues to grow even though we're kind of weird time but it's a community really more than than just a delicious beverage. That will you know just feeling good. Is there a difference in the taste. If you put two glasses of beer in front of me and one was a craft beer and one was a big name beer. What would i notice. What's the difference. The big name beer brews. I don't want to say generic but they really type of beer that everybody will drink right. Statistically if you're gonna put a product out on a mass scale you want it to be uniformly accepted and that's fantastic the beauty of craft beer and the thing that you can't get from a big beer you can get grasp beer are things like subtle nuances flavors of flavor diversity. A different things that that big beer just can't either monetize or they just don't want to little beer. Make say little beer craft beer making much smaller scale can experiment they can push the boundaries of what this stuff can do. They can really get get you again out of your shell on your comfort zone. You may never had a black pepper strawberry basil longer. But let me tell you. It's one of my favorite beers of ever tried things like that. You'd never get from big the. Yeah i want one now. The words black pepper strawberry basil. I'm like i will be better salad. I will drink it in a glass. It's fantastic oh that's amazing. Do you brew your own beer. I do. I've been doing now for over four and a half years ago pretty much again when we started all this stuff. I was like you know what i talk about it enough. I might as well Talk the talk and walk the walk. So i started brewing. The actually that rest of the ideas reference. It was a paleo my recipe not logger. But that's my favorite beer that i've of recruit black dampers strawberry basil three amazing flavors. That really bring out some spicy halio. set go well with just as easy to really good stuff out. That's a good tip. So i'm sure a lot of people would like to get into brewing their own beer especially as we're all home more these days. It could be a fun hobby to start in the new year. What advice do you have for beginners short. So the the internet is your friend of course part of that community that i keep referencing about craft. Beer is that not only the burs and the people that do it professionally but the hobbyists and those who do it for fun or just do to experiment are also very interested in sharing knowledge and in being helpful for the industry which munity When i say community. I'm not lying like you can go on facebook and find about one hundred groups within twenty miles of your house that you can tap into for knowledge and sourcing in recipes or how to's or or getting recommendations things like that it truly is a community but the hardest part about home bruin is simply starting. The equipment is cheap enough. The knowledge is out there that time that takes is like you said rawle home now. It's it's might be a couple of our process but from start to finish you. Can you can have it all done in. Learn and have. This is great experience. So it's it's really more simple than than you'd think it is. It's as simple as making a pot of pasta really.

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Deutsche Bank turned over Trump financial documents to New York prosecutors

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

03:31 min | 2 years ago

Deutsche Bank turned over Trump financial documents to New York prosecutors

"More trouble for the president another scandal that has dogged him actually now for most of his first term, here's the headline in the Times tonight quote trump's bank was subpoenaed by New York prosecutors in criminal inquiry. Here's the nut graph of that story. Here's how it starts the Manhattan District Attorney's Office, which means state prosecutors in New York state issued the subpoena last year to Deutsche Bank, which has been Mr trump's primary lender. Since the late nineteen nineties, they are seeking financial records that he and his company provided to your bank according to people familiar with the inquiry because of. Its long-standing and multifaceted relationship with trump Deutsche Bank has been a frequent target of regulators and lawmakers digging into the president's opaque finances but the subpoena from the Office of the District Attorney appears to be the first instance of a criminal inquiry involving trump and his dealings with Deutsche to lent him in and his company more than two billion dollars over the past two decades. Here's the amazing part the part that was the sort of draw jaw-dropping reveal in this story. Quote deutschebank complied with the subpoena. Out over a period of months last year, the bank provided the prosecutor's office with detailed records including financial statements and other materials that Mr Trump provided to the bank as he sought loans according to two of the people familiar with the inquiry. The subpoena to Georgia banks saw documents on various topics related to Mr Trump and his company including any materials that might point to possible fraud according to people briefed on the subpoenas contents. The bank's cooperation with the prosecutor's office is significant because other investigations that have sought trump's financial records have been stymied by legal challenges from the president and his family. This criminal investigation from New York prosecutors initially appeared to be focused on hush money payments made in two thousand sixteen to two women who said they had affairs with Mr Trump. But in a court filing this week prosecutors in the district attorney's office cited public reports of possibly extensive and protracted criminal conduct at the trump organization and suggested they were also investigating possible crimes involving bank fraud. And Insurance Fraud. So. To be clear, this is a big deal that the New York Times is reporting tonight this is not about the subpoenas for the president's financial and tax information that were litigated up to the supreme. Court are now kicking around in the lower lower courts by the present, his lawyers seek to delay compliance with these subpoenas. What this is about is a subpoena of Deutsche Bank. which has loaned two billion dollars mysteriously to the president over his recent business career. Subpoenas to Deutsche, bank related to their dealings with the president, and these are not subpoenas that the president has successfully fended off in these tied up in court. This is a subpoena to Deutsche Bank the bank has complied with. And they have handed over all of this trump related documentation to state prosecutors were apparently pursuing a multifaceted criminal investigation of the president and his business an investigation that is not bound by the Justice Department's Ninety Day rule such as it is nor are they bound by the Justice Department's rules prohibiting the indictment of a sitting president because those rules are federal rules and these are state prosecutors? Prosecutors not answerable to attorney general the embar. Not only is it news that they are pursuing this stuff in the way that they are it is big news that in pursuing this information about the president, they got it they got their hands on this stuff from Deutsche Bank. Who Knew.

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David Grey on Barefoot Dynamics

Just Fly Performance Podcast

06:47 min | 2 years ago

David Grey on Barefoot Dynamics

"You're listening to another episode of just fly performance podcasts. It's awesome to have you guys here. I hope you're having a great week and thanks for tuning in. So, one of the ways I've been evolving in my journey as a coach has been in really getting into more of a joint base model over a muscle based model on not just in Rehab but also in performance. And I've learned this from several coaches, the I was was in the performance, Roman, that was working with the dairy embar, and then I got into it on the Rehab End with Gary Ward at the end of the day. And I'm sure you've seen this. As this podcast has gone along, but but starting with bio mechanics, starting with the model, by which the body organically and naturally moves and going there I, and if it's that's broken than fixing that I rather than. Working jumping to exercises and muscles I and it's the body is a beautiful thing. We learned so much from it in Moi's excited to dig into it and more of what it does. I'm thrilled to have David Gray back on the show David was our guest for episode one sixty. We talked a lot about the link between pro nation the. gluts, incomplete knee extension, sprinting and running and whole lot more. David is a Guy David is a bit of A. A conduit for me in the sense of he was my first exposure to get rewards Wedge System David I have been corresponding the last year on topics of the foot and pro nation. We oftentimes end up working with the same athletes in the online space together me of the performance end him on the Rehab and and bio mechanics, and it's really been an amazing learning experience for me so I wanted to get him back on the show this time. Flip initially flipping the script. We talked a lot about pro nation last time. And I wanted to start off the show actually addressing super nation, just because I think pro nation can prone as the big thing, but we. We don't just focus on one thing like it's not. The human body is not just about one thing or one side of the equation. If you listen to my podcast with Rocky Snyder recently, I had an experience where reducing the sensation of super. Nation in my foot had me feeling a little bit more like. Like my old, my springy high school self, the way that my feet were popping off the ground, and anyway I just wanted to get into that element of the foot, and we also get into a lot of ideas on on barefoot, and why actually we always say barefoot awesome, and it is, but for some athletes and some clients it actually may not be all. It's cracked up to be based on some pre existing factors, so we're start off with a lot of great talk on the foot and super nation pro nation barefoot. And they we're GONNA get into David's thoughts on a joint base model on addressing knee pain, Achilles Pain in David's go to's in making sure that kinetic chain. The integrity of the kinetic chain is there when we're looking at does an athlete. How would it takes to stabilize joins properly to move properly and to have this baseline by which all other strike strength interventions can be effective, so whether you are looking to get out of pain or years looking for a fuller understanding of the human body, and that joint base model by which we move and operate. This is an awesome. Awesome Show David. He's such a wealth of Knowledge David Guy. WHO's learned from the best of the Best Gary Ward Pasta? Restoration Institute the Martial Arts. The list goes on every time I talked to David. I always learned something I'm always so impressed with such the wide lens that he takes on athletics and the human body, so that all being said let's get onto episode to twelve of the podcast here we go. David Mandate. It's good to have you back on the show. Hey thanks very much for me. always great to. Actually saw I checked before I came on its nearly a year since we last on a podcast and we've chatted quite a beating. In that year, but I'm going to go to catch up for sure. Yeah, a lot of lot's happened since our last I guess. There's a lot of chatting and and cool exercises and things we've. We've shared in the virtual space with that in the time that we've talked so. It'll be great to get to a lot of that today and. Last time, the topic was pro nation. And then this is some of the stuff we covered since our last show, but. Super Nation right like I. Mean it's like you have to be appropriate, but I think I'd like to cover the opposite end of that spectrum if we're always looking at the the interrelationship so. Crew start off a little bit. By what is the? We need to be functional and and and build a work well athletically, but what is the importance? Maybe I describe it to, but what's the description, the importance of being able to superstate the foot in human movement. Yeah? I guess, yeah, we did talk about pro nation quite a lot last I'm I'm quite detailed. The forties quite detailed Bush. If you if you want to call it, pro nation, just kind of the flattening the actors of the flush. than super nation will be the opposite. It's kind of the lifting the actions of the Ford in the foot sex. Alaskan coma. A more rigid lever and people would typically say pro nation is a bad thing and super nation is a good thing, and in reality one doesn't exist without the other. There is no down. There is no left without Roy. On deeper. Are Stalking one of these shootings tend to be the people who have a problem so would see that people who are. On, it's not necessarily about Harrier. showed are any part of your body how it looks. It's it moves and we had this conversation. A little bit recently is why. It's very much about how your foot moves, so if if you look like you have a more pro-native flush. All you would be much happier with you. Having more prone naked are slack force that can actually. Experienced some super nation on some pro nation than someone who looks like they have reading noise neutral looking. For actually can't experience either and so it's not that Pro Nation Gordon Super Nation is bad. Our voice farsight so that we need boats. It's like saying it's like saying the people who say that pro nation is bad. It's like. You shouldn't your spine to the left because you're splitting, should go left and Royce on your foot should go less than Roy on opened their own an in and out, and all these different ways, and that's where moves and if you're going to. If you're going to walk through, should woods you think of where we came from in forest or something like that and your photos is landing on a different tweet in different rock. Rock on every single footstep. Ken, in Footsteps Day Probably Double Dash at our ancestors than your foot, better habitat variability on better be able to react to the surface that you're that you're moving on, and that kind of reaction to this office is a pro nation. Not kind of push off is more of a super

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Australia GP Cancelled - Heres 5 Times Other Races Were Halted

The Autosport Podcast

05:15 min | 2 years ago

Australia GP Cancelled - Heres 5 Times Other Races Were Halted

"One's twenty twenty Australian germ-free was efficiently tussled after McLaren member tested positive for corona virus. This Wednesday twenty Chinese free was already postponed after the strain of novel. Corona virus was believed to have originated in the country. Bahrain status is currently unknown. While the spread increases globally further races may be cancelled but these were not the first counseled races in Formula One. So let's take a look back at a few cancellations from Formula One's past and dig into the reason why each race dropped off the calendar after it got there. In the first place the most recent example a race cancellation the twenty eleven bar. Ingram pre was scheduled to be that year season opener but on the fourteenth of February. Twenty eleven a number of uprisings took place across the Middle East and North Africa known as the Arab spring as numerous citizens protested against oppressive regimes and the poor quality of life with us in mind embar rain. One such country experiencing civil unrest. The race was postponed until the end of the season. The plan was to reinstate the Bar Ingram pray to the thirtieth of October and in the process move the Indian grocery to December slot but unhappy with the logistics involved on the seeming disregard for Human Rights Implications the Formula One teams association photo vetoed the plan barring GP officials then subsequently dropped any plans to host the race that year instead wasting for its reinstatement in twenty twelve. The twenty twenty Chinese impre- is not the first race in China to be cancelled. The nation was penciled in Fritz inaugural F one race. Back in one thousand nine hundred nine back then then F ONE SUPREMO. Bernie ecclestone announced in nineteen ninety eight. The Joe Hi International Circuit was to host a Grand Prix on the twenty first of March. Which would make it the second round of the nineteen ninety nine calendar just months after its announcement. F. One announced that the Chinese Grand Prix would no longer go ahead as the FAA had been insufficiently impressed by the facilities at the second which needed work. If it was to appear on the following year's calendar however this never happened in. China had to wait until the two thousand four season to get its first Grand Prix. How'd Shanghai? Well they feel like the Joe Hi circuit describing similar to the Spielberg sects in Austria. We never got the chance to see it in f one action another race supposed to be on the nineteen ninety. Nine calendar was the Argentine Grand Prix but unlike China it had been a mainstay on the F. One shut you off the Argentine greats depression which began in late. Ninety eight the organizers of the race with feeling the pinch and were unable to much the funding that China promise to host a race but as we've previously mentioned the Joe Hi race was cancelled. The Argentine Grand Prix was reinstates the calendar with Provisional March Twenty Eighth Slot pending talks with parameters Formula One. But by the end of January the Argentine Grand Prix was also knocked off the calendar after formula. One was unable to come to an agreement the race at the Buenos Aires Sec. It was deemed not financially viable as several upgrades were requested but no ultimately produced the nineteen ninety eight Argentine Grand Prix. Then was the lost f one race out in Argentina and will they efforts were made to organize a street racing motto. Plateau off at the twenty thirteen season. It never came to fruition. Asterio at nineteen ninety-seven having been on the calendar for over a decade. Esther was one of the more scruffy venues on the floor. Shedu and the EPA had been battering the circus owners for years to make some upgrades but when the FAA formally requested a few safety changes ESTA ZONA scoffed after they've been on the calendar for years without having to make renovations why start now but in response. F. One cude is often pulled esther off the calendar replacing it with the Herath circuit in Spain. The caveat was if astro could make the safety changes required the FAA offered a loss on the calendar on the ninth of November. But the fixes weren't made in time while Ferrari and McLaren would believe to vetoed an eighteen race calendar. How things change as it stood. Herath hosted the season finale. And we know how that turned out South Africa. Nineteen eighty one. Despite the backdrop of apartheid South Africa was due to host the season opener of nineteen eighty one formula one season however the year began under the cloud of political wrangling between Governing Body Fisa led by Yomiuri Ballast and the Construction Association. Fokker led by Bernie Acoustic Visa. Wanted to change the date of the season opening race. Kyle Lami to April the eleventh two months after the original February seventh day. That had been previously agreed. Foam consisting largely of the British teams on the grid also had an agreement with Kyle Lamis Management for the February date leaving the two governing bodies in a little bit of a pickle. The race wasn't council per se but it was run as a formula libra rice rather than a formula one race meaning that it didn't have to adhere to the one thousand nine hundred regulations. We should heavily restricted ground effect dynamics so the focus teams ran it. Kyle Army with all the bells and whistles in a non championship race won by Williams driver Carlos Roitman but the race was ultimately stricken from the F. One record beforehand but with the threats of Krona virus rapidly spreading worldwide. More races may be cancelled their season. We'll have to find out if that's truly the case

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Apple Declines DOJ Request To Unlock Pensacola Gunman's Phones

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Apple Declines DOJ Request To Unlock Pensacola Gunman's Phones

"The FBI wants apple to unlock iphones. That belong to the shooter at a Naval Base. In Pensacola Florida last month. Apple is resisting this and now the attorney general's complaining that Apple's not doing enough to help law enforcement in its investigation. This is just the latest in an ongoing fight between the US government and tech companies over how to Balance Privacy Privacy with public safety we've NPR's technology correspondent Shannon bond with US Shannon. Hey David what exactly is the government asking apple to do here well the the FBI has to iphones belong to the gunman in Pensacola who is the Saudi Air Force. Cadet and law enforcement has a court order to see who he was communicating with before the attack but the phones are locked and their contents are encrypted. So the government's asking apple for help but apple has said for a long time it won't unlock devices and break encryption. And that's frustrated frustrated the attorney general. Here's what embar said on Monday. So far apple has not given any substantive assistance. This situation perfectly illustrates straight why it is critical that the public be able to get access to digital evidence once it has obtained a court order based on probable. Cause so so. What exactly is apple's argument for? Not Helping here. Well Apple First of all is rejecting bars characterization in a statement it put out on Monday. said it's already turned over for Gigabytes of information to the government things like I cloud backups and transactional data saying they are helping right the the FBI wants the communications on the phones and Apple says to do that would require building back door. That would compromise the security of all iphones I spoke with Susan Landau a professor of Cybersecurity and policy at Tufts and she says that kind of back door would make it easier for criminals to access personal financial and health information. The risks are that it becomes easier to open anybody. Anybody else's phone. The whole reason apple went to the model of making the data on the phone. More secure. Is that Hackers were taking data off the phone own and then using it for identity theft. And that's pretty much. What apple said on Monday? It said quote. There's no such thing as a back door just for the good guys. This I have to say sounds familiar. I mean aren't these the very issues that came up back in two thousand fifteen after the terrorist attack in San Bernardino California. That's right this is pretty much much very similar conflict and play in the San Bernardino case the people might remember. The government actually sued apple to force it to unlock the phone apple resisted and there was a really tense standoff with the Obama Administration but the government wound up working with a third party contractor to get into the phone and since then apple has reportedly improved encryption and software to make it suffices even more secure and harder to get into now than they used to be then. So how do these larger questions get resolved if they do all right. So first of all experts say that really. We need Congress to weigh in on the law. I spoke with Jim Baker. He was general counsel at the FBI during in the San Bernardino case. And he says there's no easy solution to balance these questions. So what you have then is a situation where the country through its elected so representatives in Congress needs to make a choice. Does it want to give law enforcement more access and create more cybersecurity risk. Or does it want to do you. Something different places could end up is back in court. And if the government gets a court order then the question becomes will apple comply with it. NPR's Shannon Bondra covers technology for US. Thanks much thanks David.

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It's a Funny Time of Year for Horse Racing

The Final Furlong Podcast

02:30 min | 2 years ago

It's a Funny Time of Year for Horse Racing

"D- William Hill Air Gold Cup went to Angel Alexander for Tom Dascomb and and Richard Kingscote growl running his usual good race back in second. He's real consistent horse to be fair. Gulliver sound effort in third and we had the massive orange plunged job of buffer zone at bombed and bombed badly. He did finish George Bone to be fair. So at least you got one little bit the result on the Angel Alexander a huge win for Tom DASCOMB Steve Well. We'll stick with you to start this off three year old in a handicap recap very valuable one at that a surprise winner but a very impressive performance today yes surprised when a with the Pricey he went off twenty eight to one and he's been bigger in the MON thing but this is a whole sued one three times earlier in the season and run until badly chested from wide drone orange previous start so although it's easy to say off the top the John's but I was really impressed with in seemed to be drawn on the wrong side while sitting in the small all it group and I always think when you look at these big handicaps the only solid you wanna bail away you. WanNa be's where the Pacers and it's it all seem to have low so the fact that he was able to come down the stand side an hydro and he was I think three three or four lengths ahead of the neck extols It was very impressive in the fatty unexposed over six furlongs. I only the second three roles on since two hundred to two thousand three's it's point still a very progressive sprinters probably. GonNa have a decent season next year. You'd like you think so. You'd certainly like to think so rory. What was your take on the dark angel getting the win the William Hill Air Goal to give it its full title I wouldn't I wouldn't massively disagree with the commission's been made so far I just wonder whether of it of a twilight horse in terms of his racing defy defy the he'll have to go up to pattern company. Nick Season Eastern East finished three last year. The of the next woman is side of the tried back on. It's easy to say you mark them up for that. Because the rest of the placed horses were on the Far Side I do think that major jumbled in a hell of a lot of good though so it gives them a really good tool and it's all it's all very well. Concentrating on more is wasn't say well look at Cyber Fair but when the when the nearside win the race this they're not they're not done to sometimes we can get at tangled up in in you know horses being potentially better than the results. and again we've had this discussion time on the on the on the podcast abide what are considered to be draws but of course keeps winning from what I meant to be standing joke about winning from sole twenty plus over model and a half and Oscar going that must be a hell of a horse to win from not draw. I do it every single year so I'm not convinced that he was better than the result but in saying he's he's unexposed those sorts of conditions additions a big field sprint over six furlongs in a lot of his form has come around a band or unsightly very different tribes to wear so given conventional taxis improves and he's wanted clearly so he's all potential to do well nick season. I just wonder whether he will be the kind of buying in his head against a brick wall against horses or you know ten twelve points better than Heyman group threes and twos next year he certainly it'd be just this morning not capable of winning a couple of listed races but they'll have higher aspirations for them not might not be quite as easy as it looks because we sometimes talk about the listed group to group three even group one sprints depending on the type of quality that you have in in given seasons as really not being that far off handicap company that you can see horses make the progression from handicaps to even group but certainly the group to group three listed level it. It doesn't always take a huge amount to break into that. I just wonder about this performance if he deserves all the praise in the world and he's beaten not really solid yardstick and growl who second the race in two thousand Sixteen Yada Yada Yada runs his honest race Blah Blah Blah but if Roy Rory's point is absolutely spot on that these races are difficult to win. Steve sometimes they're difficult to back the winner of you often see a big price to winner and they just kind of keep beating themselves and so deliver this horse and his performance where he storms through to mow horses down and think right. They've got him now now. They know what what he is. There's going to be more to come or if that was indeed his day in the song then we should be deleting them from the tracker and looking for something else later in the the season possibly early next season. I think if he was five year old or something like that he yeah you could see that but what he's GonNa law in his favor that in the final easy three zero and he's unexposed over six furlongs. I think I was only is gonNA third run run over six furlongs in in one of those listed racist gesture when he was doing very why and the fact that he's been running round places like Gesta Sta just because he's been running. They're able to win that. When he's been awful a lot lower rating it doesn't mean that he's ideally suited to it and it showed on a straight track what he's put in his best performance so he's unexposed in several facets of is a homeland and he's only three road so you would expect to natural improvement for next season that I wouldn't be surprised if he was up to certainly group three level and the funny thing is with growl finishing second. I think when he finished second a a few years ago he went on to hit the frame in the group one on Champions Day at a massive price so light you say completely agree that the fact that handicappers is instantly inform handicappers winning these big races which on easy to win these big failed handicaps they can find the step up to two certainly group to group one level even easier than it might look at a time when you you think if a whole wins a mile and a half and the recap the Johnson stepping up into Greek ones easily. It's pretty remote. was there anything in behind. Steve that took your fancy with regards regards to possibly the sprintone champions day or for another big handicap either early next season or before the end of the season. was there anything in behind that that AH well there was a few that I thought were interesting. the the problem is with later in the season. Nive the likelihood likelihood of them getting decent grind is pretty unlikely it's not certainly it'll rain from now until the end Italian or certainly in the end of the year but it as a look out the window. It certainly looks well set in and we're GONNA get easy grind prevent. Yes I'm sure but the the two I thought ran better than that position all certainly run really well because they both finished in the first a half dozen aside. Every CBA was one of David Omar's who seemed to miss the break didn't get the clearest run through and also is in that middle middle grind where he was drawn high ironically the winner obviously withdrawn a bit higher but decided to go over to the far side where that the main body of the field race and he was finishing really well and the fact that he didn't get the clearest run through years of host it does like have to have things drop his wife if you go back to his French form and we all know that David Omar is done exceptionally exceptionally well with his friend French imports like glitters and he's group foam in the bag so I think next season we might see a a ever see boat winning one of these handicaps the other one was embar- of Richard Hannon's. I thought he was a bit inconvenience by being right in in the middle when the pacing to be either hard against the fall rail always rory said with them the angel is on the getting a good lead from aged jump by so dynamic didn't seem to be the place you want to be racing in the early stages where both embar-. Anisi Bo came from and I think and then might be right is in them whether it's later on in this seasonal rim early next season was quite a bunch finish as well. Let's say major jumbo actually did well considering. He had to cut out all the donkey

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Barr directs federal government to reinstate death penalty, schedule the execution of 5 death row inmates

Democracy Now! Audio

07:51 min | 3 years ago

Barr directs federal government to reinstate death penalty, schedule the execution of 5 death row inmates

"Penalty. The book was turned into the academy award winning film starring susan sarandon and sean penn her new book. Doc is just out this week. It's called river of fire. My spiritual journey sister helen prejean also the founder of survive a victim's advocacy cacique group in new orleans. She continues to council not only prisoners on death row but also the families of murder victims sister helen per sean. It's great to have view back here right <hes> congratulations on your book as you here in the last week's surprise announcement of the attorney general william embar that they are re basically restoring the federal death penalty and they immediately said they would kill five five prisoners who've been on federal death row and then in the wake of the past so in the dayton killings saying bar just announcing that he will <hes> particularly go after mass shooters in this country. It may be that many people agree with him. What are your thoughts well. I'm not surprised that we're embar. Did this or the trump administration wants to expedite federal executions. It's is their whole way of approaching everything that the way is through violence to try to solve social problems. The federal death penalty is not going to a. b. Any more equal justice under law then the st death penalties have been the mood in the country is to shut the death penalty down i in practice actes and then gradually state by state to repeal it. The way that federal death penalty has always worked. It's been up to the discretion of individual federal prosecutors secures so we've had side by side whereas in manhattan in new york federal prosecutors never went for the death penalty over in texas they were always going for the death breath penalty and this will be no different so i'm not at all surprised they're doing it. They also seem to have no understanding about how the courts work. They can can claim all they want that. They're gonna fast track this and speed up these executions but there is the constitution and there are the appeals and so i've been talking to a federal defenders of these cases and of course they're going to do everything they can't to save their clients life and your new book the you it. It's more of a recounting of your life story in terms of how you're your own journey from a child in louisiana. What's suit. Could you talk about how you you developed. I in in your ministry <hes> in in when you decided to go into prison ministry yeah yeah i mean it's called river of fire and the epigraph in it is from saint bonaventure. Ask not for understanding ask for the fire fire. The fire part was when the passion and my own soul erupted that i can't just ask god to solve the problems of the world are it just be charitable to the people around me but that the deepest dimensions of the gospel of jesus called me to justice so i got involved with poor people in new orleans african americans who became my teachers helped me understand what white privilege is helped me understand what institutional racism and it's while while i was in that soil in that terrain living among african american people struggling against poverty and racism. I got an invitation one day to write a man on death row. I i never dreamed it was going to be executed. It was in the early eighties and we hadn't had an execution in twenty years a wrote a letter to he wrote back in two and a half years years later he was executed and that's the fire because i describe it in the preface. In the book they killed a man with fire fire. One night they strapped him in wooden chair and pumped electricity through his body until he was dead. His killing was a legal act. No oh religious leaders protested the killing that night but always there are saw it with my own eyes and what i saw set my soul on fire a fire that burns me still so i- traced my journey of spiritual awakening from private religion being apolitical. I pulled it a call to rolling up my sleeves and getting engaged with if justice is going to come then we have to be the ones to do it and in our democracy in our country so i've had constant dialogue with mike church the catholic church people first of all also the hark but mostly host the people and i've seen how that dialogue pays off finally on august second two thousand eighteen after sixteen hundred years pope francis declared under no conditions. Could we ever trust governments to execute their citizens so we need love your your country. When you love your church you keep up constant dialogue of what needs to change and helping to make that change happen. I wanted to go back in time to that film. <hes> that so rock this nation <hes> dead man walking <hes> that starred susan sarandon and sean penn <hes> based on your first book. I wanted to go to a trailer of that film. John

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"embar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The president getting a flurry of questions about allowing documents on surveillance of his campaign to be made public. Fox's John decker is live at the White House. A day after President Trump and powered attorney general Bill bar to declassify information about the origins of the investigation into Russia's election. Meddling. The president explained his decision asking me to declassify for a long period of time. I've decided to do it, and you're gonna learn a lot. I hope it's going to be nice, but perhaps it won't be house intelligence committee, chair, Adam Schiff on Twitter wrote, the president embar are conspiring to weaponize, law enforcement and classified information against their political enemies. He continued the cover up has entered a new and dangerous face Lisa. Thanks, john. The president approving a Pentagon plan to send fifteen hundred additional US troops to them. Middle East, although six hundred of them are already there, a deployment that will be extended the stems from the rising tensions with Iran. Fox's Lucas Tomlinson was at a Pentagon briefing today. The Pentagon officials also say the US was responding to Iran, aggressive behavior. Not provoking them with these new troop announcements. The officials said it has a high degree of confidence. It was the Iranian Islamic revolutionary guard corps behind the attacks on the Saudi Emirati. Norwegian oil tankers outside the Persian Gulf earlier this month. The Pentagon said Olympic minds were used which point, so Ronnie and involvement behind the attack. There's no confirmation of where the additional troops will go, but the Pentagon saying it is not Iraq or Syria. Investigators in the French city of Leon are ruling out terrorism, as they investigate a small explosion. That's left at least seven people injured, mainly minor.

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"embar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The president getting a flurry of questions about allowing documents on surveillance of his campaign to be made public. Fox's John decker is live at the White House. A day after President Trump and powered attorney general Bill bar to declassify information about the origins of the investigation into Russia's election. Meddling the president explained his decision. Now, people have been asking me to declassify for a long period of time. I decided to do it and we learn a lot. I hope it's going to be nice, but perhaps it won't be intelligence committee chair, Adam Schiff on Twitter wrote, the president embar are conspiring to weaponize, law enforcement and classified information against their political enemies. He continued the cover up has entered a new and dangerous face Lisa. Thanks, john. The president approving a Pentagon plan to send fifteen hundred additional US troops to the Middle East, although six hundred of them. Are already there a deployment that will be extended the stems from the rising tensions with Iran. Fox's Lucas Tomlinson was at a Pentagon briefing today. Depending on officials also say the US was responding to Iran's aggressive behavior. Not provoking. These new troop announcements. The officials said it has a high degree of confidence. It was the Iran Islamic revolutionary guard. Corps behind the attacks on the Saudi Emirati. Norwegian oil tankers outside the Persian Gulf earlier this month. The Pentagon said Olympic minds were used which point to Iranian involvement behind the attack. There's no confirmation of where the additional troops will go. But the Pentagon is saying it is not Iraq or Syria. Investigators in the French city of Leon are ruling out terrorism, as they investigate a small explosion. That's left at least seven people injured, mainly minor injuries.

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"embar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"With more of America's First News. Defense officials say the US is deploying carrier strike group and a number of bombers to the Middle East to serve as a deterrent to Iran based on new intelligence that suggests allied interests in US forces could be imperilled national security adviser, John Bolton says the Pentagon is sending a carrier to the region in coming days in response to a number of troubling and escalatory indications and warnings forty one people on board of Russian aero flat. Passenger plane were killed after the aircraft caught fire as it made a bumpy emergency landing at a Moscow airport television footage show the jet bouncing along a tarmac before the rear part of the plane. Suddenly burst into flames. Many passengers escaped by the plane's emergency slides inflated after the hard landing seventy. Eight were on board. President Trump's threatened to drastically ramp up US tariffs on Chinese imports. Surprise twist that puts an accord in doubt as Beijing considers pulling out of talks scheduled to begin this week in tweets yesterday. Trump wrote he planned to raise levies on two hundred billion dollars in Chinese imports to twenty five percent starting Friday from ten percent. Currently he also wrote he would impose twenty five percent tariff shortly on three hundred twenty five billion dollars in Chinese goods at haven't yet been taxed the news has sent global stock markets getting attorney general embar is headed for showdown today with Democrats in congress as lawmakers prepare to begin contempt proceedings against the top US law enforcement officer, if you fails to hand over the full unredacted Muller report temocratic congressman Eric swallow of California told CBS bar still has some explaining to do is to highlight that America was attacked by the Russians in two thousand sixteen the basic function of government is to protect its people from a foreign attack. And we needed the. Torney general to come to congress separate branch of power and tell us what the Russians did who they worked with and what we can do next and he chose not to show up committee chairman Jerry Nadler, gay bar until nine AM this morning to produce the full Muller report. Well, if you're upset that game of thrones is soon coming to an end don't be HBO is apparently working on three spin offs of the wildly popular show. That's according to George r Martin, but he doesn't call them spinoffs. He calls them successor shows. I don't know what the differences don't ask. I watched. My first episode the past few days, I was visiting my parents in Florida because your mom's my mom's a huge fan dining understand what what everybody's fighting and cutting throats dragons, come flying by can't can relate. Thanks, jen. Twenty three minutes after the hour on this morning..

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"embar" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on WCPT 820

"I'll give you thirty thirty thirty thirty. I think he's the kind of person that would say thank you thirty. He's that professional. Okay francis. Heartbreak. Yeah. He hit heartbreak. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, no. I think this was a soft break and VAR mated. Heartbreak. Are we talking radio nerd? Although everyone out there knows what? A heartbreak is. Because it's our show. It's not really mine. So. Okay. So reportedly bar got the Mola report March twenty second March twenty now we know why he didn't read it looking at any of the evidence bar March twenty four th member Sunday two days later was the bar bolt. Cover up memo. March twenty fifth was the first Muller letter. I'm sure saying W T F O F G. Yeah. Dude. Right. BT dubs investigation early vite. I exactly it's not that hard to go. I wonder why doesn't want to see that letter. And let's let's let's let's go creek pre crime in your time. It was three weeks before that at the beginning of March. When Muller embar had the meeting and Muller toll bar. He was not going to reach a decision on obstruction member. Molar embar had a meeting in early Mark. Okay. So March twenty seventh is the second molar later letter and a phone call going W T F O MFG. What did I tell you in the first letter fright? Oh. Speaking that phone, call a clip number twenty three actually twenty two and twenty three. Okay. Oh is this the snitty part? Yeah. By the way, our show is super city not a little bit snitty super. Yeah. Full of snippet will deliver sniff like you've seen snitty watched our show. All right. A career prosecutor rebuking the attorney general of the United States memorializing in writing. Right. I I know of no other instance, of that happening you. I don't consider Bob at this stage of career prosecutors had career as a prosecutor. Was the head of the FBI for twelve years. Career. He's had he's on fourth professional, right? I know of no other instance, of, but he was also political appointee. And he was a political appointee. With me at the department of Justice. I don't book the letters bit snippy. And I think it was probably by one of his staff people. That's why we're going to need to hear from post-haste because I'm going to guess that's not true. And there was the phone then there was the phone call. All ask about that in twenty. And by the way, when he said, you know, I said, oh, what the, you know? Hey, what's the deal with the letter? Why don't you pick up the phone because as people said he wanted it record? That's how bad this was. Yeah. Good. Anyone either you or anyone on your staff? Memorialize your conversation with Robert Muller..

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"embar" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir

"We would say so we are unable to reach that judgment. They were unable to clear him. What did we learn in this four hundred forty eight page report that help answer that question? Why I think they're too broad reasons? One it's hard to find obstruction of Justice. When you're talking about a president, who's got wide power and authority, for example, to fire someone, but I think most importantly here is that they apply Justice department precedent, which says that you cannot indict sitting President Robert Muller made it clear that was very important. He could have found that there wasn't enough evidence. But as we do you just pointed out he could not say that based on where the could have cleared him. He that's right. Do that couldn't do it? There was something else today that he said he said congress has the authority here. Got a lot of ears perked up on capitol. Hill, of course. And we heard what peer asked the attorney general Bill bar today. He asked him did Muller want congress to decide this did Muller. No, the AG was going to clear the president himself. And you heard the that Muller didn't indicate the purpose was deleted this to congress. But he added I hope that wasn't as view, but he knowledged he didn't know what the view was kind of amazing that the two of them had not coordinated this coming into it. I think it's also clear though, that there is a divide between Robert Muller and the attorney general on the issue of obstruction of Justice. And you even heard embar talk about the fact that he did not agree with some of the legal theories that Robert Muller was using clear when you read the report that Muller thinks that there was evidence of obstruction specifically on particular instances bar made it clear he looks at it. All he does not think there's structure that was the first view of a potential break between the two absolute right, Dan Abrahams. Our thanks to you the president and his legal team tonight calling it a total victory for the president. Let's bring ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl. Tonight, and John here's what the president said today at an event for veterans at the White House right after the report was revealed. I'm having a good day to it was called. No collusion..

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"embar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Elsa Chang. And I'm Cornish. The Muller report is out for nearly two years special counsel, Robert Muller and his team investigated questions about Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election, and whether President Trump obstructed that investigation today their conclusions were made public in the form of a partially redacted version of the report released by the attorney general will embar this morning at a news conference. The attorney general emphasize the reports findings on conspiracy with Russians. There was no evidence of the Trump campaign collusion with the Russian government's hacking. The question of obstruction of Justice proved harder for the special counsel to answer. The report investigated actions taken by the president as possible obstruction. Some incidents had been previously reported others were new upon hearing, the news of the appointment of special counsel, Robert Muller. The report recounts that Trump quote slumped back in his chair and said, oh my God. This is Ted. Terrible. This is the end of my presidency, and quote, he then added a curse word, I'm eft afterward. The president called White House counsel, Don Mcgann at home to order Muller's firing McCann refused. The report says, quote, the president's efforts to influence the investigation were mostly unsuccessful that is largely because the persons who surrounded the president declined to carry out orders or a C to his requests. In the end. The report both declined to charge the president and declined to exonerate him. It reads, quote, if we had confidence after a throw investigation of the facts that the president clearly did not commit obstruction of Justice. We would so state based on the facts, and the applicable legal standards. However, we are unable to reach that judgment. That decision then fell to attorney general bar last month to Klein to charge the president with obstruction of Justice this morning at his news conference bar emphasize, the need to evaluate the president's actions in a greater context. Cst? There is substantial evidence to show that the president was frustrated and angered by his sincere belief that the investigation was undermining his presidency. Propelled by his political opponents and fuelled by illegal leaks today. However, President Trump seems to be feeling emboldened and he's sticking to his message of total exoneration. I'm having a good day to who called no collusion. No obstruction..

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"embar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on KOMO

"Imagination. Music did me get newly be where we've lived all great movements. This fire is gone. And so is the roof but officials say they managed to save the main part of the building, including the bell towers. They've ruled out arson or terrorists causes the structure is being repaired. When the fire broke out restoration expert Crepaldi crochet associate dean at the university of Notre Dame says rebuilding is still a long way the very difficult situation because the the building asked to cool down and has to be as what what pieces are still rescue people among the items that were saved some of the cathedral's, priceless art a rejected version of special counsel. Robert Muller's report will be sent to Capitol Hill. Thor's nearly four hundred page report from special counsel, Robert Muller will become public few weeks after he concluded a nearly two year investigation in what was called an outline of the reports principal conclusions. Attorney general embar said there was no criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia, but there was also no conclusion, whether the president obstructed Justice the. Attorney general decided on his own there was insufficient evidence to prove that the president had Democrats have questioned whether bars letter amounted to a whitewash ABC's Aaron Katersky. President Trump visited a truck and equipment company in suburban Minneapolis to talk tax cuts, which he says are driving the economy lowered income tax rates across the board right across the board. And we're some booze though from the audience when the president said he was celebrating tax day lift is rolling out new safety standards, including continuous background checks on drivers for the ride sharing service. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.

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"embar" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on KOMO

"Is at the editor's desk. Matt along with Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor or top story this morning WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was arrested today in London that the Ecuadorian embassy. He's been charged with computer hacking by the United States the charges connected to the WikiLeaks. Release of classified documents from former army private Chelsea Manning. Assange arrested on an extradition request from the US and for violating U K bail conditions. Let's go to our KOMO Newsline. Brad Garret CBC's crime and terrorism analyst is with us. Brad. Do you see Assange making a back to the US anytime soon? I don't know about any time soon. But I do see him making his way back here. I mean, as you just mentioned, there's three jurisdictions. He has to deal with jumping bail the British. You know, look dimly among people jumping bail. So they're probably not going to let him out of jail Sweden wants him on on a. Mhm rape allegations. And we want him obviously on tons of stuff. Wikileaks leaks in effect that were stolen. He's a big trouble in my guess is he's not going to get out of jail anytime soon. Let's switch gears. I want to ask you about something else that the attorney general embar said yesterday, he used the word spying when referring to FBI activities against Donald Trump's presidential campaign spying on a political campaign is a big deal. How do you take this is the FBI in the business of spying or was it a legitimate investigation? I think clearly it was a legitimate destination. I if you listen to him further, he you know, he he goes to the term of unauthorized surveillance which. For so many like me that translates into the agents had faulty intelligence. So which I also think probably is not accurate, but the point being is that you know, he has I think basic concerns about how this investigation got launched. So again, me totally looking at tea leaves and guessing here, he's really more focused on upper management, like McCabe and Komi who got fired, of course. And then John Brennan who was head of the CIA back in two thousand sixteen before it's too. What were their motivations in law in this case, which I'm going to guess, there's nothing there either? But you know, the the the attorney general kept using words like I'm just concerned. Well, that's fine. That's appropriate. I think by a new attorney general, and we'll see where it goes. But by using the words spy, I mean, it's such a you loaded term. I think it's now generated all sorts of. Oh, my goodness response. Is for people. What do you think internally the FBI right now, the reaction is to having the nation's top law enforcement officer accused the bureau of spying? Well, I not favorably. But I think there's sort of been used to being bashed because they've been you know, taking a lot of heat since since twenty seventeen. So, you know, it's it's it's sadly, not a particularly good time to be in the government because there seems to be so much negative attention. Instead of all terrific work. They do day in and day out, whether it's law enforcement or any other federal agency navy news crime and terrorism analyst Brad Garrett. Another story worth noting this morning celebrity attorney Michael avenue is facing a mountain of criminal charges today. The former lawyer for porn star stormy Daniels is apparently being hit with a thirty six count indictment by a federal grand jury you recall. He was arrested two weeks ago on charges and quickly denied any wrongdoing. Then arrested in New York for an alleged plot to extort money. From Nike the indictment says he stole millions of dollars from clients didn't pay his taxes and committed Bank fraud. Komo news time seven fifty to our propel insurance money update. The number of people applying for unemployment aid fell last week to its lowest level in nearly five.

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"embar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I'm Keith Peters. Attorney general embar says he'll be taking a closer look at whether top Justice department officials conspired against the Trump campaign in two thousand sixteen hearings before the appropriations committee Senator Lindsey Graham ass bar if he agrees that every American should be concerned as to whether or not a warrant was obtained against an American citizen. With unverified information is this case Carter page at the time a foreign policy adviser, the Trump campaign the fourth amendment is one of our most cherished civil liberty think deaths in appropriate thing to look at it. And you will look at it. Yes. Bar wants to vote whether an improperly obtained FIS award opened the door to illegal surveillance on the Trump campaign. Buying new Capitol Hill a gas explosion that partially collapsed. North Carolina building and set it ablaze Wednesday morning kill one person and injured more than a dozen others Durham fire chief Robert Zolda says they got a call for gas leak which led to the explosion this morning. There was a significant fire was started due to the blast and damage to several structures resulted and this time the fires have been contained in. Are uncontrolled but the incidence far from over the total of seventeen people were seen in hospital. Six in critical condition and one transported to a burn center. Scientists on Wednesday released the first image ever of a black hole revealing fiery ring of gravity twisted lights, swirling around the edge of an ambitious horse bonding. Seth Bornstein reports that a network called the event horizon telescope coordinated to capture the black hole image eight telescopes around the world to in Hawaii some in Arizona, chilly, even the south pole. They all coordinated the weather had to be good in each place. And they had to aim at the same galaxy called 'em eighty seven or eighty seven. There was so much data. They couldn't transmit it. Over the internet. The picture shows the hot shadowy lip of a supermassive black hole on Wall Street that up by six points. The NASDAQ rose.

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"embar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Fox News appearing before lawmakers for the first time since releasing his summary of the special counsels Russia probe. Fox's Jared Halpern. Live on Capitol Hill. Congress should have a version of the Muller report in a matter of days within a week. I will be in a position to release the port to the public, but attorney general William Barr says what the public in congress sees will be redacted to protect ongoing prosecutions intelligence and privacy. And we will provide explanatory notes describing the basis for each redaction embar says he'll consider releasing more information judiciary committee leaders, but pushed back on request to ask a court to disclose grand jury testimony. Lisa. Thanks jared. President Trump downplaying changes in the homeland security department, including the exit of the D H as secretary and secret service director, I never sent I'm cleaning house. I don't know who came up with that. Especially a lot of great people over there. We have bad laws again, accusing Democrats are being obstructionists on immigration each party, blaming the others rhetoric for fuelling hate speech online at a Senate hearing with executives from Facebook and Google often in the face. We found that content considered a gray area that comes right up against the line. It may be offensive, but it does not violate U two policies against incitement to violence and hate speech. Google's Alex Walden. Telling lawmakers that overaggressive enforcement can inadvertently silence voices against issues like white supremacy and anti-semitism some Democrats Jimmy tougher law enforcement stands putting the treatment of white nationalist groups on par with terrorist groups actress, Laurie Lachlan and her husband are indicted in the college emissions cheating scandal along with fourteen other parents charges grand jury in Boston just announced a day after a string of plea deals, including one with actress, Felicity Huffman,.

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"embar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on AP News

"Russians interactions with. President his family his campaign people and the Russians that are compromising. We're gonna look for to find out what he established the chairman say they want the attorney general a turnover Muller's report and evidenced by April second Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says Muller embar should have the time to make sure what is released doesn't violate federal law special counsel. And the Justice department ought to be allowed to finish their work in a professional manner. Attorney Michael Evan naughty who wants represented stormy Daniels was arrested as he arrived for a meeting with Nike executives today in New York. Federal attorney Jeff Bergman says Nike called them less than a week ago. Saying of an ATI was trying to blackmail, the company for millions of dollars office doesn't take politics into account when it decides to charge a case, and as you can see from the time line is I just went over we received a call six days ago by the victim saying that there was extortionist threats made against them. And that's how we became. Involved in this case, celebrity lawyer, Mark era goes has been identified as a co conspirator in the Nike case at Manati also faces fraud and tax charges in Los Angeles. This is AP radio news. Gaza militants fired at least ten rockets toward Israel after an Israeli airstrike destroyed. The offices of HAMAs leader, the Saul started when one of some thirty rockets fired from Gaza hit a home in central Israel, wounding six members of the family. President Trump meets with last year's NHL champion Washington Capitals. This was a short trip here for the Washington Capitals. After a long wait nine months after winning the Stanley Cup arrested on the resolute desk in the Oval Office. The president says there's an awfully good chance. The caps will keep the Cup by winning another title. We're gonna try do it against the president asked captain Alex Ovechkin and company to do it fast. Since Washington goes hockey crazy during the playoffs White House, staff included. So you got to win quickly. Okay. Because we have to get back to work star goalie braided hope he was a few players who said they'd skip the visit saga megani at the White House. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. Radio news. I'm attorney general William bar sovereignty. Congress a special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation found.

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"embar" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on AP News

"Established the chairman say they want the attorney general it turned over Muller's report and evidence by April second Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says Muller embar should have the time to make sure what is released doesn't violate federal law special counsel. And the Justice department ought to be allowed to finish their work in a professional manner. Attorney Michael Abernathy who wants represented stormy Daniels was arrested as arrived for a meeting with Nike executives today in New York. Federal attorney Jeff Bergman says Nike called them less. Than a week ago. Saying of and ATI was trying to blackmail, the company for millions of dollars office doesn't take politics into account when it decides to charge a case, and as you can see from the time line is I just went over we received the call six days ago by the victim saying that there was extortion threats made against them. And that's how we became involved in this case celebrity lawyer, Mark era goes has been identified as a co conspirator in the Nike case Manati also faces fraud and tax charges in Los Angeles. This is AP radio news. Gaza militants fired at least ten rockets toward Israel after an Israeli airstrike destroyed. The offices of HAMAs leader this all started when one of some thirty rockets fired from Gaza hit a home in central Israel, wounding six members of a family, President Trump meets with last year's NHL champion Washington Capitals. This was a short trip here for the Washington Capitals after a long wait nine months after winning the Stanley Cup. Eight arrested on the resolute desk in the Oval Office. The president says there's an awfully good chance. The caps will keep the Cup by winning another title. We're gonna try to it. Again. The president asked captain Alex Ovechkin and company to do it fast. Since Washington goes hockey crazy during the playoffs White House, staff included. So you got to win quickly. Okay. Because we have to get back to work star goalie braided Hopi was among the few players who said they skip the.

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Rod Rosenstein, Jeffrey Rosen And President Trump discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:37 sec | 3 years ago

Rod Rosenstein, Jeffrey Rosen And President Trump discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney

"President Trump has nominated Jeffrey Roseanne to be the next deputy attorney general Sierra Crawford reports the appointment being applauded by nuits army general William bar who praises the Harvard Law School graduate in a statement calling Huma excellent choice to succeed rod Rosenstein, who has served the Justice department with years of dedication. Jeffrey Rosen currently serves as transportation secretary, but he's had a long career working at the office of management and budget under former President, George W Bush, and he embar we're both partners at the prestigious law firm of Kirkland and Ellis this connection. Bloomberg news says lead bar to tap him as Rosenstein

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"embar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"As we continue with attorney, David shown and other attorney Fox News contributor Russia hoax author. Gregg Jarrett is with us. The only thing I want to see is I want to see the pre dawn raids. How many people that we know Greg Jarrett that lied to congress? How many people do we know that are guilty of committing a fraud on the Pfizer court that haven't been held accountable. When are they going to get the predawn raid with the amphibious vehicles, the artillery trucks and full, you know, full on swat gear and guns drawn in the face of Roger stone, Paul Manafort for what are extensively process crimes. What is that going to happen to Hillary? We know committed crunch selective and unequal prosecution now has become the mantra at the department of Justice in US attorney's offices, and it's a shame. Are you saying you don't think it's going to happen? Well, I, you know, I am optimistic now that we embar will be confirmed as the attorney general and Lindsey Graham is chair of the Senate Judiciary committee. I think they will make a serious effort to get to the bottom of this and hold people accountable. But to answer your question, I have more than a dozen people on my list who have either allied to the Feis accord, or okay, what are the names? Well, let's just begin with the Hillary Clinton case you've got Cheryl mills in Luma Avidan who made serious and repeated false statements and yet we're never prosecuted instead, given immunity the five people who signed off on a faulty deficient, Faisal warrant that's James Comey. Sally Yates, Andrew McCabe, Dana blend and rod Rosenstein, and then you add in the others Lisa page. What about what about all right struck page James baker's under criminal investigation. So yeah, I haven't that's it lent. Maybe Clapper and Brennan. Clapper's. Unfortunately, this five year statute of limitations already ran on Clapper. He should've been prosecuted, criminally. He wasn't. All right. Let me give running. Yeah. We'll wait and see last word David show. Listen, I'm so glad today that you broke the story that what's happening the House Judiciary committee. I hope you're going to stay on top of it. If violent subject for America Americans want to see a president investigated demand that the investigation have integrity beat neutral and unbiased, and we have never seen that with Muller, or now, the House Judiciary committee. It's wrong, America's mutt. Protests. All right. Thank you both for being with us. We appreciate it..

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"embar" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"I N t let him in Rosenstein because he's the supervisor for Robert Mueller. And I think this is what Robert Mueller wants he wants to use pull out all the stops us all the tools in his toolbox through Rosenstein, Rosenstein says. Yeah, no problem. He could probably be a flight risk when he knew damn well, he wasn't a flight risk. I came from Rosa's seem what do you think? Probably is true Rosenstein and Mueller bulls different sides of the same coin. I mean there they go hand in hand we back win for five ten fifteen years. So this whole thing the department of Justice. I'm sorry is very correct organization. And I think it's not only it's internal insect. The the FBI this is a can of worms in there. I didn't know what Trump's gonna do about this. Where do you suppose Whitaker was on this? I think he washed his hands. That's scary. I think he was overruled myself. Well, then I think we're kind of in agreement. Now, let me turn our conversation to this. Do you think President Trump did enough to push back on tactics? Like this after all Rogers and his friends for his friend for decades. One Trump Theron far prior to this two thousand sixteen election cycle. They have worked together in the past. Seems to me that Trump could have said more. But then again, he's running the country and fighting Pelosi and trying to get the wall belts in central. You think the president did enough on this? No, no, I think, unfortunately, he's he's been setting a bad precedent with DOJ the DOJ should have been cleaned out when he assumed presidency. Unfortunately, put sessions in who was very much a milquetoast and not a firm leader. And he stayed the price the last two years. And so he's not a stupid president. He's not a dumb, man. What's up his sleeve? We're down to the last couple of minutes. What do you think? I don't know because I wouldn't be doing this stuff that he's doing especially with the DO, Jay. But again, I think part of it is a president has to rely on advisers, and I question the the knowledge in the validity of who is listening to. I don't know who he is. But obviously, he's getting bad advice about the DOJ. Well, I think if Lee embar gets in there, he will revisit all the Clinton Email stuff. The Clinton foundation stuff. Go back to the stuff and see if he can clean house, then because there was something about the sessions appointment, it didn't help him and sessions was for the most part America would agree pretty MIA in the job. And it takes a while to get a new agey in there. Okay. Good discussion when we come back. Let's talk about..

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"embar" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

Uncommon Knowledge

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on Uncommon Knowledge

"To fire the current the director. Yes. Fire somebody and put somebody into place who with whom we make a deal that he would not be prosecuted it will start to look very seamy. But on the facts of this particular case, a casual conversation where it seems quite likely Trump's listen slim guy, by the way, and it turns out I think is the case that Trump believed that he had done nothing wrong. The not only is this not interference with Justice. It's a perfectly responsible exercise of executive power to mortems. Sorry dot cut me off in mid sense. He will. Right. Tumour items. Again. I'm just going to this'll take a moment or two to set up. But I think he'll prove interesting Seth item ones. That's in the Wall Street Journal the day before bar begins. His hearings in front of the Senate Judiciary committee, quote will attorney general nominee William bar promise. Not to fire special counsel, Robert Muller. If he does this acephalous key, President Trump should withdraw the nomination for a special counsel constitutional at all the president has to be able to fire him if Mr. bar vowed not to fire Mr. Muller he'd be undercutting Mr. Trump from day one close quote item to from the Wall Street Journal reporting on bars testimony before the Senate couple days ago, Mr. bar repeatedly promised to allow special counsel Robert Muller's probe to proceed to its conclusion. He said he would he would refuse a hypothetical or for Mr. Trump to fire Mr. Muller now quoting bar. I will not be bullied into doing anything said Mr. bar close quote. Okay. What do we make of this? I think is the appropriate response is not to give any commitment because I think nobody who receives an executive office can have conflicting loyalty to be honored to congress. I think confirmation as an all in nothing processor. You take the guy you take all of me as they used to say in the song not part of what they're doing. But on the other hand. So so you're with lips. No, I'm not with Steph lately for the following reason. He doesn't have to say it is perfectly clear that an effort to file Muller at this particular point in time as was Seidel, and my political Trump politically suicide and not only that the guy seems to have nothing in the cupboard. And so the real question is if you wanna fire this guy is going to blab and all sorts of knows let them file report. The interesting story today what you did not inform is will bar make this report public wants. It comes out. I think the answers he has to make public because my guess is that the cupboard is bad. I have no doubt that the Russians are collusively horrible in anything. They do but collusive with Trump. I don't think they've gotten near. We're doing anything. And there are a lot of other people try to find that connection. John. So I agree almost fully with Richardson. Stop the clocks thought, let's record this moment in your little book. Of the guests. So I two points. One is I think Richard's right? That actually Trump were smart embar were smart. The best thing to do. It would be more finish the report. And from everything we know mother doesn't seem to have any evidence that Trump the president of the candidate himself colluded with low level fools in the campaigns low level Manafort the campaign manager have been colluding years beforehand. He's starting to sound like he was colluding during the campaign or sharing campaign data with the. Bad thing to do. Tenure professor. I know it's that are great papers. And I'll take this over grading papers. And then the second point is from the political perspective. The best thing in the world for the Trump presidency would be for Muller to clear him after all the defending that the Democrats and Trump's opponents have done of mullet rayson up into a Saint if the Saint blesses Trump and all that is dead. So but putting the putting that aside the constitutional issue. I think actually, you're right. I think the president has the constitutional authority to fire Mueller. In fact, he can't be a prosecutor in the executive branch unless Trump has out of thirty now bar can say I'm not going to carry out that order, you find them Trump FARs bar that we go right back through Dixon, and well, then the questions that we don't have booked around anymore..

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"embar" Discussed on I Don't Get It

I Don't Get It

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on I Don't Get It

"Well, we just made some sailed go up on that. So I I know it makes me sad. I relish. That's that might years. I get the century overfill. It's like did you have endorphins are released when I hear things like that. Why listen to Tony Bennett embar? Tony bennett. I only think Tony butts ever had a good voice. It's you just like him for his aura. No, he's found of his voice. You kidding? Kidding? Is this? Oh, you got. You know, I love jobs, and like all that music. Snow white. We remember snowing. Show vividly the Kabul. That's when I started not liking moles care. The win. No, you don't need more. Why would they draw that that's funny because it's costing? She was so evil. I don't remember the prince from that movie because he just came at the end. But the door's you kidding. You guys. Don't remember happy sleepy. I remember them. It's happy sleepy Jopi. Doc, doc ING Inc. No, no, crumby grumpy, and then there's two more right to be duck grumpy. Aren't there? Seven of them. Yes. Dopey dopey dopey dope. He's only one. Okay. Did you get sleepy? Learn to remember. Wait. We'll yes, she evil because she literally I'm gonna poison this girl because she's so pretty fucking making pies in a house seven minutes Steph. Stepdaughter Senator who happened to be the fair's fair has said the fares of doll own that video. There's a home video of Warren saying that. Yeah. I really I don't know. I was Snow White for homing many times that's interest. Mom loved putting me in red lipstick. Like, oh, I look so good. It's some reason was it wasn't white. You view culture. What's the thing? Twitter. What for January? I wanted to make something do something good for myself. And I really wanted to get more energy naturally rather than drinking red wool. So I took the care of online quiz. So I could particularly what I focus on was getting more energy. So they set me up with a packet of monthly vitamins that's supposed to make my metabolism. Go faster and make me just have a lot of natural energy. And it's a subscription and actually actually meant to tell you when I was taking my first of all I love care of because you take the quiz, and you basically tell care of what you want to work on your body. I love personalized you don't how I think. All three of us have a weird session with our eyeballs being white. Yeah. Because I feel I re- guys really feel this blue light is the thing. I don't think we have a computer and phone all days. Good for the is. I'm noticing my eyeballs or actually not as white as they used to be that as a sign of health, anyways, I told care of on the online quiz, and I'm now taking fish oil, thanks.

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"embar" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:28 min | 3 years ago

"embar" Discussed on WTVN

"Short time ago. I ordered the United States armed forces to launch precision strikes on targets associated with the chemical weapons capabilities. Of Syrian dictator for shar al-assad, the purpose of our actions tonight. Is to establish a strong deterrent against the production spread and use of chemical weapons we are prepared to sustain this response until the Syrian regime stops its use of prohibited. Chemical agents. So today the nations of Britain, France and the United States of America have Marshall their righteous power against Babur ISM and brutality. President Trump announcing the United States has begun military action in Syria along with France and Britain. And now we are getting our first reports of loud explosions lighting up the skies over the Syrian capital, Damascus along with heavy smoke as this announcement was being made embar bar Syrian sources are saying that the strike has hit Barzan area, just five miles out of downtown, Damascus. And that the capital is shaking. That's literally what they told me. They're telling me that ten missile hit a Syrian research center. Basically government military research center in bars. And they're also telling me that we're seeing hearing about strikes in hogs, which is another area where there are a lot of government military assets. So not a surprise in terms of where these missiles. Hitting, but I think very much a shock to a lot of Syrians to the capital really feel the shake of this strike. There were several loud explosions heard in Damascus smoke has been seen rising over the Syrian capital. According to witnesses, and the Syrian government has been telling the Syrian people about what it's calling US French and British aggression against Syria that was announced by President Trump just a short time ago that has been on Syrian television. The Pentagon is nearing a briefing from Defense Secretary Mattis about the military operation, the United States, France and Britain launched together tonight in Syria to punish President Bashar Al Assad for a suspected chemical attack against civilians nearly one week ago and to deter him from doing it again earlier today, President Trump directed the US military to conduct operations and continent with our allies. To destroy the Syrian regimes chemical weapons research development and production capability. Tonight, France, the United Kingdom and the United States took decisive action distract the Syrian chemical weapons infrastructure, clearly the Assad regime did not get the message last year. This time our allies, and we have struck harder. Together, we have sent a clear message to Assad and his murderous tenants that they should not perpetrate another chemical weapons attack for which they will be held accountable at nine PM eastern standard time French British and US forces struck targets in Syria in support of President Trump's objective to deter the future use of chemical weapons. The targets that were struck and destroyed were specifically associated with the Syrian regimes chemical weapons program we also selected targets that would minimize the risk to innocent civilians last year, we conducted a unilateral strike on a single site this evening, we conducted strikes with to allies on multiple sites that will result in the long term. Degradation Assyrians capability to research develop an employee chemical and biological weapons. Important infrastructure was destroyed which will result in a setback for the Sharon regime to strike was not only a strong message to the regime that their actions were inexcusable, but it also inflicted maximum damage without unnecessary risk to innocent civilians. There have been a number of eyewitness reports of explosions lighting up the night sky in Damascus some reports that the Syrians were able to shoot off some surface to air missiles to take down some of what the US and its allies fired their way in a statement from President Assad that comes via Twitter the Syrian presidency. Tweets. Good souls will never be humiliated after the air strikes a targeted strike to deters. President Trump said tonight bus route Assad from using chemical weapons again Syrian state media confirmed that the scientific. Research center in bars north of Damascus was targeted in the attack a number of rockets targeting warehouses belonging to the Syrian army and homes were intercepted. According to the Syrian government. The Defense Secretary did mention that a number of surface to air missiles were shot off by the Syrians. The Syrians claimed to have intercepted some of what the US France and Britain through at Syria. But there has been no confirmation of what those retaliatory strikes may have done. The Syrians are now claiming they struck down thirteen rockets the Syrian people a message on Syrian state television said a moment ago are defiant and courageous the Americans have been defeated and in growing scroll on Syrian television describes a cowardly terrorist attack only done for America to save face ABC's. Louis Martinez is with us from the Pentagon now and. Louis the targets that the Pentagon selected along with France and Britain for this military operation were very specific chemical weapons storage facilities. That's right. Aaron there were these three facilities to Damascus Syria one in western homes. They have to do with the production of chemical weapons particular one was a chemical storage area. And the third was a research and development facility. I you heard general Dunford say that there were additional sites that could have been targeted, but they chose these three particularly because they wanted to minimize the chance of civilian casualties. But what you're hearing from secretary Mattis right now is that this is a one shot deal right now. But the message is intended to be clear to Syria that they should not be using chemical weapons in the future. And I think that the the idea here is that if they catch win that Syria is doing that aren't they may target these additional facilities. And I think that's the threat. That's being pushed on them right now. Loud explosions. Is rocked Damascus the sky filled with heavy smoke early Saturday Syria time as President Trump announced airstrikes taken in conjunction with the British and the French targeting chemical, weapons storage facilities meant to punish Syria for the recent attack just outside Damascus and to deter President Bashar Al Assad from using chemical weapons again. The president said the US was prepared to sustain this kind of response until the use of chemical weapons stops for the moment. Though, this wave of airstrikes, the Pentagon says is over and Defense Secretary Mattis called it a one time shot that has sent a very strong message to deter Assad from using chemical weapons.

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Lou Williams, Los Angeles Clippers And Houston Rockets discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:20 min | 3 years ago

Lou Williams, Los Angeles Clippers And Houston Rockets discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"The Los Angeles Clippers or eight and five on this season, the Los Angeles Clippers it's very very early. It's only thirteen games in we understand that. But that's still should not take away from the job that we're watching Doc Rivers do with this team laser, gentlemen. I am feign this kid Montrose. Herro he is the closest thing to Dennis Rodman that exist in the NBA today in terms of his activity on the court, particularly on the defensive side of the floor blocking shots rebounding defending on a perimeter rebound. Some more running on a break the activity of this guy. What is something special to behold? This guy could play on my team any day of the week. I love what he does for the Los Angeles Clippers right now. And I gotta tell you something. I don't think it was washed but Houston to lose somebody like him. I really really don't. I really don't when you want to know what's going on with the Houston Rockets. And while they're struggling so much. Don't look at Carmelo Anthony. Look at the absence of Trevor reason, the lapses of Luke embar muti the absence of Montreal's herald, look at that they come talk to me. And the ashes of just as diligent the physical ordanation who abruptly retired. But now has decided to come back after you handle family matters, probably around thanksgiving. He'll be back those four components that are pivotal to your defensive prowess that you enjoy last year as the Houston Rockets, would you the number six defense in the entire NBA? So there are more who I am a fan of who has been a guest on this show who I think has done a magnificent job as executive and as the GM and the president operation for the Houston Rockets. He might have dropped the ball on this a little bit. Nobody's perfect. But we gotta look at it from that perspective. Nevertheless, that's not my point Montrose Herro. And Lou Williams sixth man of the year this brother special, and I'll tell you right now somebody needs to arrest somebody on the clippers that because this guy Lou Williams getting only eight million a year. I want to know who is aging is. I wanna knows age this even though I really really do know. But I'm not gonna bring his name up on the end. 'cause I don't wanna get in the way of any business. I will say this to the agent of Lou Williams eight million a year for this guy in this NBA economy. Lou Williams is worth it least double that. Double Louis should be getting fifteen to sixteen million a year will what he gives you off the bitch foot, Los Angeles because it's not like he can't start. It's just that. He's so affective off the bitch. Why would a good thing? But Lou Williams can ball, flip plain simple. I want the ball in his hands around money, Tom because most often more often than not he finishes. I love Lou Williams. So I want to point that out. He's underpaid. He's not under appreciated 'cause the clippers level, but he is under paid.

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North Korea, Us and Congress discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

02:02 min | 4 years ago

North Korea, Us and Congress discussed on All Things Considered

"Photogenic is not to play a role out objective is the success of these negotiations and we are here to support whatever will be required by them the secretary general is also calling for some attention on the humanitarian needs in north korea and on human rights michelle kellerman npr news washington attorney general jeff sessions is imposing tough new limits on who can get asylum in the us in a decision announced today at closely watched case sessions rule that most asylum seekers fleeing domestic violence or gang violence won't qualify session says asylum was never meant to alleviate all problems even serious ones and he called on congress to close what he calls loopholes in the immigration system bay clear we have a goal and the go and that goal is to end the lawlessness that now exist in i immigration system immigration rights advocates say they worry thousands of legitimate asylum mm seekers will be in danger when their return to their countries of origin and the trump administration is slapping sanctions on several russian companies and businessmen in response to a number of cyber attacks and intrusions into the us energy grid global network infrastructure the treasury department says the sanctions freeze any assets held by the russian entities in the us embar americans from doing business with them and oklahoma man sent to prison for murder twentysix years ago is free today oklahoma public media's quinton chandler reports johnny tall bear was released after dna tests helped exonerate him johnny tall bear has proclaimed his innocence for more than twenty years now people are listening prosecutors claimed talbert murdered a homeless man called pops with help from a second person who was never identified eyewitness testimony and forensic evidence provided by a now discredited oklahoma city police chemist led to tall bears conviction and life sentence the innocence project found to identified men's dna samples taken from the victim but it says no physical evidence points to tall bear who at the time was mostly confined.

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