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Family Of Woman Whose Corpse Was Allegedly Molested By Los Angeles Police Officer Sues City, Officer
"Of a woman whose breasts were allegedly fondled by an on duty police officer who found her dead is suing. Both the officer and the city of L. A attorney Gloria Allred said today. The incident happened when Elizabeth Bag yet Was found by Officer David RoHaas and his partner when they responded to a report of a dead body last year when rowhouses partner went to get something from their patrol car rowhouses Row has turned off his body camera and started molesting the body. However, officers cameras Retain a two minute buffer period of footage after they've deactivated. Allred also said that other officers had seen the footage. Baguettes mother, Janet remembered her daughter at a press conference this afternoon. Elizabeth Baguette is survived by her son, Preston Sertic, already read a statement from him where he said he had lost his faith in law enforcement. Processing what you give to her in her time. Would you do something like that? The body camera footage was discovered by a detective investigating baguettes death row, Haas was placed on leave and later arrested and charged with a felony violation of the state's safety codes covering sexual actions with human remains. He pleaded not guilty in January. I was released on a $20,000 bail pending trial. That trial, by the way, has been postponed several times due to the ongoing covert 19 pandemic.
"gloria allred" Discussed on News O'Clock
"The right call? Yes. And I also represent Mimi, Haley, who was the was one of the two victims. For charges were filed in the New, York criminal case against Harvey Weinstein and a she an on her behalf. We objected. To that proposed class action settlement. We felt that it was flawed. In many ways, and not the least of which was that certain victims who were victims of Mr Weinstein host, two thousand five would be barred from pursuing a lawsuit would be limited to the claims process, and we thought that was very unfair. It was a lot of other unfairness in the in that that many of the victims even victims of rape might end up. Obtaining less in net, Salman that Harvey Weinstein was being a awarded in that cellmate, and that is just absurd and unfair. So sticking with Weinstein four second. You've spoken out in favor of the use of nondisclosure agreements, and they're staying in place, even during cases of sexual assault and harassment accusations in your experience are those in the as you. She proposed by the alleged victim or the alleged assault or harasser. Well the yes I have also article that was published in the opinion section of Los Angeles time some time ago on this subject because I'm a believer that victims should have choice when they been. Victimized and they have been rage, or they have been sexually assaulted or sexually harassed. Or abused as children, their choices taken away from them by the perpetrator of the abuse. One choice they should have in the justice. System is to reach a settlement in lieu of. Having to file a lawsuit, go to trial the press. Of course they have their own duty. They WanNa know everything about everyone and everything, and I get that. Job and I respect that, but my job is to protect my client. My job is how her if she wants her privacy I'm sorry, but the question of was. On the whole on the balance are those usually put forward by either the Harasser or the alleged victim? I mean I'm curious like. Balanced like between the two which is the more common party to put for these as well I mean we don't do surveys. We're not sociologists. Lawyers but I'm. It's a conversation. It's a conversation with the client to find out what is their goal and what how they like to pursue their goal, and that's after they understand their options and the benefits and risks of each option. And so I, mean everybody comes in. You know a slightly different situation. Some people for example may already have gone on the Internet and called out the celebrity or the. person some people have never say anything to anybody. A really have to start with what the client wants It's it's clear to me that many high profile. PIC figures are going to want to have confidentiality right. Thank you so much Gloria allred. We really appreciate you being here with us. Thank you so much. That's it for the week. Join US on Monday when we're back to recap all the latest news that you need to know and remember. Put your phone down for a while this weekend. Usurp the break. Music Lock is produced by Dan Bows Hip L. O., Bonnie Alan Habur, checked and Sierra tall special thanks, Tracy airs mangams. Particular Samantha Hennig Patrick, minimum and Tom Wesley Easter to subscribe to Newsweek. Lock on the iheartradio. APP Apple PODCASTS, or wherever you go for your sound stories, and please take the time to leave us a rating and review. Our great way for new listeners to find out about the show, so we're counting on you all to help us make good first impression and remember set your alarm, so you never miss an episode of News o'clock. The Algorithm has said that he was in batch. Shot and he said to them. Do you goes the Goldwell? People look alike. That looks nothing white meat. What happens to our civil liberties went. An Algorithm is used by law enforcement to make an arrest American Asian people up to a hundred times as likely to be misidentified by facial recognition. Check out the latest episode of first contact to hear me Laura Siegel and ACLU President Susan Herman Discuss. How if we're not careful? Technology put our civil liberties at stake. Listen and subscribe to first contact with Lori Segal on the iheartradio APP on Apple, podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. I'm Devin leary and I'm Carolina. Barlow and we're here to tell you to dump him. Break up with your boyfriend, and we want you to listen to our podcast true romance every week where we talk about our love lives and the love lives of others. Please join our XS. Will also be listening like Kyle Kyle. Are you there? Hey, babe, how's life? No, you look good though me. Oh my God sob, please. I haven't even gotten a haircut like three months. Okay, please help us pay for Carolina. Psychiatrist bills by listening on the iheartradio. APP, apple podcasts or wherever you listen to podcasts..
"gloria allred" Discussed on News O'Clock
"The team in the days before the story was published, and that includes former director of pro personnel Alex Santos, who was accused of inappropriately touching and hitting on female staffers and journalists, his deputy Richard Man was also let go because of similar accusations. It also includes Larry Michael, who until recently was the voice of the team giving play-by-play? play-by-play on the radio. He was accused of also offering up his unsolicited opinions on women's appearances. Including telling one staffer, she had a tight ass before claiming to other staffers that she was sleeping with half the players team owner Dan Snyder issued a statement on Friday saying that he had hired an independent law firm to investigate the claims and that the team will make changes based on the results of that investigation. That story of ever so much gossip about it inside local DC media before it dropped that something about the NFL team was going to be coming out soon without people really going what what and then the storyline Oh. Oh, I see! Yeah, I, mean all these women coming forward all these all these men that have been mistreating them and mishandling I'm mean I'm glad the story is finally out, but it seems like it's taken a very long time to do so absolutely and the quotes people. If you haven't read the store you absolutely should. Because some of the quotes are absolutely gold, this one from Julia Payne who was a former assistant press secretary in the Clinton administration, who briefly served as VP of communications for the team in two thousand three, she told the Post I've never been in a more hostile manipulative passive, aggressive environment and I worked in politics. Well! Hey, that I'm going to have to bring us on over to the Ellen Degeneres show because that's my next talking point and it's also about talks. Workplace buzzfeed news spoke to one current and former Ellen staffers, who all said that the show's producers encouraged a climate. Where if you're likable and didn't complain. You were rewarded with swag from sponsors and raises and promotions, but if you push. Push back about the fear and intimidation. The producers fostered you were shown the door. One former staffer said they were given warning for creating a gofundme campaign to raise money for medical costs that their health insurance didn't cover unlike on the show where people in need are given money. The former staffer was told to take down the fundraiser because of concerns. It might hurt too generous image. Another former Ellen staffer told buzzfeed news that she left after a year and a half of racist comments, actions and microaggressions directed at her. The last straw was when the show's executive producer Poulter into a meeting and quote said that I was walking around looking resentful and angry. She left work that day, and never returned, and I don't blame her one bit. This story is fascinating. I feel like one that a lot of people have been waiting on for a minute like every time. There's a of Ellen generous in the news. There's people you can tell that have been. That are waiting for it to come out more fully about how ellen persona differs from the way that she and her staffers actually treat people. Definitely you know as soon. Soon as this came out at so many different friends in the industry in media, texting each other, and just being like finally it's out. This one's a little interesting because you know, it's not as focused on ellen which of all the rumors have been about, and this one is more is focused on the toxic workplace that you know as the head of this has enabled, you know. Right I mean I remember. There was a twitter thread earlier this year aware comedian was taking donations to charity in exchange for people's stories about Ellen, being mean and that thread The buzzfeed story was published head Twenty Six hundred responses. Wow, YEP YEP. The, stories are out there. They are there. We're going to repeat some of them because we fact. Check them, but they're there for the looking. After the break. We're talking with women's rights. Lawyer Gloria allred.
US prosecutors spar with Prince Andrew in Epstein probe
"Trans Atlantic spat between US prosecutors and Britain's prince Andrew prince Andrew's lawyers insist he's made multiple offers to help the U. S. investigation into Jeffrey Epstein but attorney Gloria Allred who represents some of the late convicted pedophiles victims agrees with the prosecutors who insists he's done zilch my brain to step up and say here's a day here's a time here is the place what I will answer any and all questions from the department of justice pretender maintains he never saw anything improper during his many visits with
Prosecutors formally request to talk with Prince Andrew in Epstein investigation
"News as a trans Atlantic dispute this morning between prosecutors in the U. S. and Britain's prince Andrew prince Andrew's lawyers insist he's made multiple offers to help the U. S. investigation into Jeffrey Epstein but attorney Gloria Allred who represents some of the late convicted pedophiles victims agrees with the prosecutors who insists he's done zilch for him to step up and say here's the date here is John here is the place what I will answer any and all questions from the department of justice pretender maintains he never saw anything improper during his many visits with that state Vicki Barker CBS news
"gloria allred" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Bigger than her. And I'm not actually not. I hate painting a away. That's like she didn't know what to do or she was too stupid. I don't mean any of that. I just mean like I do have a great deal of empathy for her. In the way that she grew up. And maybe the limitations that she had and so she should been that need to be vilified. She should have been taken care of. Somehow I mean she really should. I agree You know who was shocked to hear. Norma have this deathbed confession by Norma passed away in in two thousand eighteen but her former attorney. Gloria allred was kinda shocked to hear her say this because she thought that she was just whole Hog Other side of the movement I forgot Gloria allred was on the legal team young. Were bad ass from way back. Let me tell you something amazing about Gloria allred. And by the way I understand that she's like come under fire because of some Harvey Weinstein stuff. I don't know if you don't know that remember that. There's like a daily episode. Her daughter was like on Harvey Weinstein's defense team and they're doing some stuff going on so I understand that but I do want to. I want to talk about Something about her daughter was on. Harvey's defense team and then Gloria allred was like if I have to go to court against my daughter. I will do it. I don't understand what was going on but there are some subsume stuff happening anyway. I WanNa talk about something. That Gloria allred did that. I didn't even know was a problem until Gloria allred fixed it and I read this article about it was in actually within the atlas obscure they do like a weekly blog and it was so amazing so she there was a moment where. Gloria allred discovered that she could do a Mu Lan Rouge spectacle with the press and really be more impactful than just being a fucking a bulldog for women's rights. And let me explain to you what this is an Bryant. I feel like this is a story. That's going to delight your heart in so many ways. Okay so there. Was it actually involved one of the most pretentious restaurants in La History in the eighties? There was place called Ordinary okay have you ever heard of it in eighty eight movies and all. It was like she. She plays she she by. Cherie sure it's A. It was opened by French. People and that restaurant had a truly shitty French tradition of handing a normal menu to a man with prices on it and a priceless menu to a woman so it just had the listing of the mill. Money A and the reason that I guess. This is the thing that happened all the time in the past and this is like this restaurant was one of the last doing it in the US and this woman. Kathleen bic took her business partner. Larry Becker out to eat there. They'd never been there before she's handing. She's she's treating. She's handed a Menu. That has no prices on it. And she's like what the fuck physician they slam their menus down the flip off everybody in their innate leave. I don't know if that's what happened. So Anyway Gore gets gets wind of this and she calls the restaurant. Ask them why they had this. This menu in place and the restaurant said this is what she was like. Why are you doing this? She already basically. It was like. Let's talk about this outside of court and this is what the French owner said about it. They said because a woman is a woman is a woman. Got It okay rice so go and let me tell you this. And Gloria allred's hip. She's hip to what I've always known. Just because French people have a accent doesn't mean they're good people couldn't be more true. We have to understand. That accents are a smokescreen for bigotry and racism and all kinds of other stuff okay. There might be like ten.
Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges, DA Says
"Here in New York Manhattan dredges sentenced former Hollywood producer and convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein to twenty three years in prison in a landmark ruling. The metoo movement after his sentencing Weinstein was taken under armed guard. And bus from the Manhattan courthouse to rikers island jail. He was later transferred to Manhattan's Bellevue Hospital. After complaining of Chest Pains Weinstein was found guilty last month of raping an aspiring actress. Jessica man in a hotel room in two thousand thirteen and if sexually assaulting production Assistant Mimi Halley at his apartment in two thousand six by forcibly performing oral sex on her attorney. Gloria allred read from Haley's victim's impact statement outside the court just after Weinstein sentencing. I have observed an indifference a lack of remorse. A lack of acknowledgment a lack of awareness and self awareness by the defendant throughout this process. That has made me feel anger. That has left me concern that. He is completely disconnected from the gravity of the crime that he committed against me and the impact. It's had I can only hope that whatever sentence the court sees fit is long enough for Harvey Weinstein to acknowledge what he's done and to be truly. Sorry Actress Mira Sorvino Tweeden response. I literally criterias of amazement. Gratitude that the justice system has worked on behalf of all of his victims today unquote meanwhile prosecutors in Los Angeles are working to extradite Weinstein to face further charges of rape and sexual assaults in California
Harvey Weinstein to Be Extradited to Los Angeles Over Charges
"Harvey Weinstein has been sentenced to New York to twenty three years in prison for sexually assaulting two women he faces additional charges in Los Angeles prosecutors in LA are wasting no time to bring wind Steen here to face more charges attorney Gloria Allred represents Weinstein victims I was in the New York courtroom when he was sentenced to a new day it's a new day for women to know that if you have courage there will be consequences for the predators to purchase Allred who represents one of the accusers in LA tells KNX she's looking forward to her client getting justice I'm hoping that extradition will take place as soon as possible and it doesn't appear to me that Mr one thirteen would have any good reason or argument to present to oppose extradition the sixty seven year old wine Steen could be looking at an additional twenty eight years if convicted on the rape charges in LA Karen Adams can extend seventy
Movie mogul Weinstein sentenced to 23 years in prison: reports
"Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein sends to twenty three years in prison for rape and sexual assault he must also register as a sex offender the sixty seven year old faced up to twenty nine years behind bars his lawyers had requested the minimum of five years in prison citing his frail health attorney Gloria Allred represents some of Weinstein's accusers she addressed reporters outside of the Manhattan courthouse after winds dean sentence was announced this is a new day it's a new day for women to know that if you have courage there will be consequences predators
Testimony alleging past Weinstein sexual assaults bolstered difficult case
"Harvey Weinstein is now a convicted rapist we can talk about the various counts that the jury found him guilty or not guilty on yesterday but in plain English Harvey Weinstein is now a convicted rapist also in plain English my next guest former New York sex crimes prosecutor Jane manning is quoted in The Washington Post today saying this is one of those days when the whole world changes let's talk about how with me now is Jane manning director of advocacy for the group women's justice now which campaigns for better prosecution and prevention of violent crimes against women and provides direct services to survivors as they navigate the criminal justice system she helped lead successful campaigns to repeal New York statute of limitations on rape cases and to criminalize strangulation attacks Jane thank you so much for joining us thank you so much frame how much do you think one man being convicted of crimes yesterday is the story and how much do you really think the whole world changed well this one story will have huge ripple effects for the whole world it tells survivors that there is hope for justice it tells sexual predators that no one is above the law and it tells prosecutors that if you're brave and you take difficult challenging cases to trial you may be able to succeed a New York times op ed today says that Mr Weinstein sixty seven that that he even stood trial was a remarkable anomaly a vast majority of sexual assault cases never reach the court now but this outcome is not an end point while there may never be another prosecution quite like the one of Mr Weinstein the article says increasingly we'll see others that resemble it and so my question is if you agree with that what kinds of trials may get brought that may not have were it not for this case it's such a great question and the answer I think is that's up to all of us it's up to prosecutors who make those decisions dated day whether to turn down cases of rape unless they're a slam dunk win which happens in all too many DA's offices but it's also up to the rest of us in our communities because DJs are elected locally and it's up to us in our communities to sound off and make sure the candidates for district attorney and incumbent district attorneys understand that fair and vigorous prosecution of rape is something that the community holds to be important here's Gloria Allred speaking yesterday the lawyer or one of the lawyers for the accusers in this case it's no longer business as usual in the United States this is the age of empowerment of women and you can intimidate them anymore because women will not be silenced they will speak up they will have their voice they will stand up and be subjected to your small army of defense attorneys cross examining them attempting to discredit them two million eight them shame them and they will still stand in their truth so Harvey Weinstein this just this has been a long time coming but it's finally here attorney Gloria Allred yesterday and she's a lawyer but she wasn't speaking just legally is there or in technical legal terms I think she was talking about cultural change yes she was and I'm so glad that she anchored her comments around the survivors who testified in who spoke out because to the extent that this verdict offers us a chance at broad social change and and the only chance that depends on what we do with it but we all have that chance to the women who spoke out about Harvey Weinstein and especially the women who testified in court the two who received convictions and the many women who didn't receive a conviction including Annabella Sciorra and can I say something about her case she testified in this case as somebody who is also a victim of Harvey Weinstein but I guess because the statute of limitations laws could not that case could not be prosecuted right that case could not be prosecuted and moreover the counts that depended on Annabella sh your as testimony as a predicate offence of preceding offense those were counts of the jury felt him not guilty on and a lot of people will wonder what does that mean that the jury didn't believe Annabel sure are and I just want to say it doesn't necessarily mean that many observers felt that Annabella sh your was extremely credible and probably the most corroborated of all the witnesses who testified and the jury's verdict might have had something to do with hello how many years back the case stretched one of the first questions was about the statute of limitations and Annabel sure his case and that might have been their concern it doesn't mean that they didn't believe her but what I want people to know is that her testimony mattered it supported the accounts of Mimi Haleyi and Jessica man and after I heard the verdict yesterday I spent a lot of time thinking about Annabel shura and I was worried and I thought maybe she felt a sense that the jury didn't believe her and and then I read her quote and here's what she said she said my testimony was painful but necessary I spoke for myself and with the strength of the eighty plus victims of Harvey Weinstein in my heart and when I heard those words Brian it's filled my heart and I knew that at all sure it was going to be okay but on the chance that like a good New Yorker she listens to the Brian Lehrer show I I didn't want to say this to Annabella I wanted to say would you also keeping your heart my thanks and the thanks of a multitude of people who believe you and honor you your testimony mattered and it made a difference how much do you thing believing women that phrase that we've heard so much kind of flipped from where generally has been historically injuries they have to believe the accounts of what happened that Harvey Weinstein denied and they had to believe them even in light of some of the narrative which would have prevented cases like this from being brought in the past as I understand it that they kept in touch with him that there was consensual sex after the non consensual sex that in one case a woman who change phone numbers one of the accusers even gave him her new phone phone number these would have been things in the past that would have let juries to disbelief what changed I think the jury in this case worked really hard they had testimony read back they took days to deliberate and I think that ultimately they were persuaded by the evidence that showed that one of the victims many have late was financially dependent on her relationship with Harvey Weinstein she needed to keep on good terms with him in order for her career to keep going the other victim Jessica man had a situation that was more complicated she was in a relationship with him and relationship violence is something that can be very hard to understand but it's very real and I think the fact that the clearly the jury took their time with that case as well and ultimately they didn't convict him of rape in the first degree they convicted him of rape in the third degree which I think reflects what we want jurors to do they listen they fought they struggled and I think they ultimately reached a verdict that showed careful reflection and attention to the evidence which you as a former prosecutor talk to the difference between first degree and third degree rape so he was convicted on third degree rape which as I understand it involves in the sale and having sex with someone without their consent where as first degree rape requires forcible compulsion be proof what's the difference between forcible and without their consent yeah so forcible compulsion first degree rape requires what the law describes as for sufficient to overcome lack of consent there is a sense of being physically over powered by the person and Jessica man did describe a situation in which she was physically over powered by Harvey Weinstein and the jury I think had legally sufficient evidence to convict on account if they had chosen to do so but they didn't they convicted of rape in the third degree and that refers to a situation where the the victim makes it clear that she's not consenting and the perpetrator goes ahead without her consent it's a it's a lower level of physical force that's required that's what the jury felt was supported by
Harvey Weinstein Convicted of 2 Felony Sex Crimes
"Harvey Weinstein spending his first night in a New York City jail after being convicted of two felony sex crimes attorney Gloria Allred represented some of Weinstein's victims Harvey Weinstein will now have to finally face the serious consequences of this criminal behavior at his sentencing here in New York on March eleventh you could get up to twenty nine years
"gloria allred" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Announced attorney Gloria Allred was asked if she had a message for Harvey Weinstein just this has been a long time coming but it's finally here and it's not the end GPS is Jurica Duncan former sopranos actress Annabella Sciorra who testified at the trial said in a statement that she has no regrets breaking her silence and saying quote in speaking truth to power we pave the way for a more just culture now shortly after the verdict was read Harvey Weinstein was taken away sentencing is on March eleventh Weinstein given a nine digit jail ID number and processed he faces up to twenty nine years in prison later this year he faces rape and sexual assault charges in Los Angeles CBS news update I'm carrying on this is news radio nine fifty WWE news time is twelve thirty two it's a winter storm watch in effect for all of southeast Michigan late tonight through late Wednesday we'll update the drive traffic and weather together coming up at twelve thirty eight the man suspected of at least six homicides and other crimes in and around Detroit shot himself in the head while being pursued by police Detroit police chief James Craig says forty year old Kendall brown is in critical condition at a hospital after the shooting in the backyard in neighboring Oak Park it been spotted by an adult bookstore clerk in Detroit where the pursuit began Greg says brown is suspected in six killings overall in Detroit's Highland Park in river Rouge the first was January eighth the most recent on Saturday in Detroit well I was also accused of two carjackings in the city for students one seventeen years old three eighteen year olds have been charged as adults in connection to an alleged hazing incident and warns DeLaSalle high school the investigation started back in the fall after the school cut the football season short on the eve of the state playoffs attorney Jack Kramer represents seventeen year old a Gallego a loveless frankly I feel bad for my client after having to be dragged through this ordeal he absolutely and totally denies any involvement in this he denies having assaulted anyone he denies any hazing so just looking forward to coming to court to clear his name an investigation by Warren police determine the football players used with broomsticks to taunt other players in the locker room the teens were charged with misdemeanor assault and battery with a fifth expected to be charged later today Central Michigan University student from Farmington hills has been charged with three counts of attempted murder as a result of a stabbing at a bar police say that nineteen year old Octavio Sanchez Luis remains jailed on an eight hundred fifty thousand dollar bond investigators accuse Sanchez Luis of stabbing three people late Saturday night at the wayside central bar at least one of the victims remains in the hospital in stable condition police have not been able to find a clear motive for the stabbing but least one victim knew Sanchez Luis doubled up Januzaj twelve thirty for about.
Weinstein found guilty of sexual assault, rape, in victory for #MeToo movement
"A jury convicted disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein of rape and sexual assault CBS news special report acquitted of the most serious charge predatory sexual assault Harvey Weinstein was still convicted today of rape and sexual assault involving two women but a number of women came forward to testify about a pattern of behavior at the New York trial Manhattan district attorney cy Vance these survivors work just brave they were public attorney Gloria Allred represents one of the victims it's no longer business
New York: Jury Does Not Reach Verdict After First Day Of Deliberations for harvey Weinstein trial
"Thirty minutes after getting the case the jury in the Harvey Weinstein trial last its first questions after a full day of deliberations no verdict reach not yet W. CBS reporter Joe Avelar juries dove right into the complicated case against Harvey Weinstein by trying to understand the role Annabella sure had in the case sure is accused winds dean of rape he denies it there are no charges against him for alleged abuse against her jurors wanted to know why and they wanted to know more about the statute of limitations they couldn't get answers to either question sure is accusation support the charges of sexual predatory assault the jurors have to fine wines team guilty of sex crimes against two other women before they can convict on the predation charge hours later they asked to see the so called red flag list emails that Weinstein had written hit one of the people on these red flag lists investigated because he worried they were talking to reporters about sexual misconduct Annabella sure was on these red flag lists which allegedly he had given a private investigators the jury had been shown the emails and they got them to see for themselves what to sure is attorney Gloria Allred make of this they may not know the jurors will be back at it at nine thirty in the
Jury in Weinstein rape trial begins deliberations
"Deliberations underway in the trial disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein who is facing five counts of rape and predatory sexual assault details and W. sees Kristen mark's attorney Gloria Allred who is representing one of wine stains accusers speaking outside of Manhattan criminal court to see what they think whether they believe that and conclude that the prosecution has proven its case beyond a reasonable doubt not beyond any doubt but beyond a reasonable doubt this morning defense counsel raised an issue with one of the jurors and asked for an alternate but it's not clear if the judges seriously considering the request during the previous three weeks of the trial several of wine scenes accusers testified and now the twelve person jury made up of seven men and five women are
Harvey Weinstein Trial: New York Charges Explained
"The first criminal case against disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is coming to a close the prosecution here in New York is seeking a conviction on five charges of rape and sexual assault they claim the movie mogul treated his victims as quote completes disposables as winds dean awaits the verdict in his trial his defense team is preparing to battle more charges in California Michael George is here with more of the prosecution's closing arguments on Friday cap a dramatic six week trial assistant district attorney Joan Illuzzi spent three hours recounting the testimony of six women who allege abuse against Harvey Weinstein with his fate in the hands of the jury race movie mogul Harvey Weinstein flashed a smile as he limped out of the New York City court house prosecutors spent hours urging jurors to fine wine scene guilty of rape and sexual assault attorney Gloria Allred represents one of wine scenes accusers Mr one scene was powerful he manipulated these women the sixty seven year old is charged with raping a woman in a hotel room in March of twenty thirteen and forcibly performing a sex act on another woman in two thousand six during closing arguments prosecutor Joan Illuzzi called wind steam a predator and a master of his universe view his victims as ants he could step on in disposable the Hollywood producer fidget and appeared agitated as a lose he continued she recounted the testimony of star witness and about what's your who testified Weinstein raped her in the early nineties at this point it will be in the jury's hands we feel good about where we are one sees lawyer Donna retune argued prosecutors created an alternate universe during closing arguments on Thursday she also said the prosecution failed to prove their case beyond a reasonable doubt this is the case that should be about evidence it should be about emotion it should be about feelings and it's not a popularity contest Illuzzi fired back at those claims stating there are no blurred lines here this is a crime and a wanton disregard for other people now the decision is up to the jury of seven men and five women and jury deliberations are expected to begin Tuesday following the president's day holiday during the weeks long trial Weinstein chose not to testify in his own defense but he maintained any sexual encounters were consensual he faces possible life in prison if
`Sopranos' actress says Weinstein raped her in the mid-1990s
"Actress Annabel ask your was the first of Harvey Weinstein's accusers to testify at his rape trial in New York skewers voice was quivering a time she said Weinstein over powered her and raped her and made other crude over chores it's not what she expected not what she wanted and she didn't consent Gloria Allred is securities attorney Weinstein is not charged with attacking secura whose accusations date too far back to be prosecuted Allred said the defense is trying to sow doubts in our client story by to trap her by asking a lot of details about what happened more than twenty five years ago winds dean was mostly expressionless sometimes appearing to pursue his lips as he chewed mints his lawyer noted ski are I never went to police or a doctor about the alleged rape I'm AT Donahue
Annabella Sciorra to testify against Harvey Weinstein
"Five later this morning testimony of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial in Manhattan resumes was sopranos actors Annabella ski your at testifying she claims one scene raped her in the early nineteen nineties Harvey Weinstein is on trial in New York for two rape allegations one from a production assistant and the other from an aspiring actress prosecutor Megan houses that one steam injected himself with the drug to be able to perform in one case and pushed his way into the other victims apartment but the defense is presenting friendly emails and calendar entries to show that the accuser stayed in touch afterward attorney Gloria Allred witnesses will
Weinstein rape trial opens, marking milestone for #MeToo
"The trial is underway for movie mogul Harvey Weinstein who's accused of using his Hollywood clout to abuse women for decades as the trial opened in New York City winds dean was asked by reporters if he thinks he'll get a fair hearing yeah in that order women's rights attorney Gloria Allred alleges that one scene was abusive but his lawyers are trying to portray his accusers as willing participants and presenting their ongoing emails to show they weren't really harm I expect a number of the witnesses to be able to put their emails in context prosecutor Megan hast cold winds dean a rapist with no empathy who screamed at one victim that she owed him sax scores of women have accused winds dean of sexual assault or harassment but this trial focuses on two women who say they were raped I'm Jackie Quinn
California teachers sue following Delta fuel dump over Los Angeles-area schools
"The New York Post reports for California teachers want to teach delta a lesson attorney Gloria Allred says the educators are suing the airline after a delta jet with engine trouble had to dump fuel over their school in a densely populated area near Los Angeles delta declined to comment on the lawsuit nearly sixty students and teachers were exposed to fuel vapor and were examined for injuries according to
Four teachers sue Delta Air Lines over California fuel dump
"For southern California teachers are suing delta airlines because an airliner with engine trouble dumped jet fuel over the school before making an emergency landing Gloria Allred is their lawyer even though the teachers were also contaminated and in pain from the toxic fumes and the fuel they assisted the children first and they put their own safety last dozens of kids and teachers at several schools were examined for possible
LAUSD Teachers Affected By Jet Fuel Dump File Lawsuit Against Delta Airlines
"Some teachers say that jet fuel dump from a delta airlines flight on Tuesday as the plane was returning to LA acts made them sick and it did cause a panic among their students they have filed a lawsuit now against delta can extend seventies John Baird live with the story the lawsuit alleges that the delta pilot basically failed to take steps to keep from dumping the jet fuel on a populated area by releasing it elsewhere or at a higher altitude where it could dissipate attorney a Gloria Allred says the teachers at the school and the kids were coated by jet fuel that came raining down the plaintiffs could feel the fuel on their clothes their flesh their eyes and their skin fuel penetrated their mouths and noses as well the teacher said they didn't know what was happening and what was coming down I didn't know where the snow was coming from I thought oh my god in terrorist attack the first thing I did was to run to the kindergarten area the kids were playing with a total of sixty children and adults were treated by firefighters at the five elementary schools and the one high school in the kind of
"gloria allred" Discussed on The Daily
"Used to be hard multiple job sites stacks of resumes for today. Hiring can be easy and you only have to go to one place to get it done. Ziprecruiter Ziprecruiter is so effective that eighty percents of employers who post on Ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site within the first day and right now listeners can try ziprecruiter for free at this exclusive web address ziprecruiter dot com slash daily. That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash. Ai L. Y. Ziprecruiter recruiter the smartest way to hire Megan Jody the obvious question and all of this would be why you would Gloria allred do this woman that we think of as an outspoken champion of women because this is actually pretty standard. There are women women signing these kinds of secret settlements every single day. This is more or less the way we deal with sexual harassment in this country. Remember remember that the system forgetting justice or redress in these cases is very very complicated to bring bring a case to court can take years it can be expensive and draining you can ruin your reputation. You can be branded a traitor or a tattletale. Even if you win in court the damages are capped at a couple of hundred thousand dollars so there are lots of individual scenarios in which this really he does look like the best available option. I wonder if part of what she represents in doing this work and other lawyers to. I wonder if they represent what women were willing to literally settle for for a long time that this was the best you could get that. If something bad happened to you you could hopefully walk away with some money. You could walk away with your dignity intact because for a long time it really was presumed that this was something shameful. This was something you wouldn't want anyone to know and it's only been pretty recently that that idea has started to change you know I have actually spoken to Gloria allred already about this issue more than once over the last couple of years and she does in fact make a lot of the arguments that that Jodi just spelled out on why these these things serve her clients and why they'd want them she also in our last conversation acknowledged that some of her clients actually don't want secrecy. She said that you know a client will say. I want to be compensated. This is a significant amount. You've been able to achieve for me. I'm very happy with that but why should I they have to keep secret and she acknowledged that she herself has often talked the women into it. Talk the clients into it saying that's because that powerful figure wants peace the wants to end it and wants to move on in the same way that you want to move on and that's the essence of the problem are these secret settlements giving women some compensation for harm that they've experienced shor are they solving the problem of sexual harassment in this country absolutely not are they in fact allowing perpetrators traders to go on and harm other people and it seems like based on your reporting. We know that in some cases they are correct. I was surprised when you decided to represent Harvey Weinstein. Tell us why well that is the question. A lot of people are asking so catch us up on Gloria allred and her daughter Lisa Bloom. When we left off with Lisa she was facing tremendous blowback for her role in representing Harvey Weinstein. Yes an almost almost immediately. She Changed Messaging Okay so I let me say I I very much regret ever being involved in this mortified that I was connected with him in any away all the people who have reached out to me to say Lisa were hurt. Were disappointed. You like I get it and I I. I'm very very sorry she said that she had been unaware of all of the serious allegations against him that she had had only tried to help him see the era of his ways but that had been actually a grave error of judgment on her part and that she was going to return turn to working with only women a hundred percent of the time one of the lessons for this is we talked to everybody in my law firm. We are no longer ever going to represent sent somebody accused of sexual harassment or sexual but it's not gonna be and since then she's really has in fact worked to rehabilitate militate her image. US represented women and a variety of high profile cases including Lisa Bloom was with as a victims rights. Attorney is representing two of Epstein's epsteins accusers Lisa. Thank you so case of Jeffrey Epstein. She is now at least last time we checked representing two of Epstein's alleged victims. They a worked as young waitresses at a coffee shop. They were also speaking that has genuinely shocking everything you have told us here paints a portrait of a woman who used used her credibility as a defender of women to try to undermine them in defense of Harvey Weinstein and now you're saying that she's getting new clients who want her to defend them against Harvey Weinstein's of the world. How does that work. We'll nobody has known about all of those sort of secret records that spelled out exactly exactly the type of work that she did for Weinstein the memo in which she spelled out all of the different underhanded tactics that she was going to use to help him go after his accusers all of the explicit work that she did to help him evade scrutiny and cover up women's allegations. We are just coming forward with that information now so in reality. We don't know what's going to happen here. When it comes to Lisa Bloom and her representations no this is just starting to play out and what about Okoro Gloria allred has continued to play basically the same role on the public stage that she has for a long time. She's viewed as fierce champion for is in honor and a privilege to present this award for her commitment to win powering women in the gets honors all the time Gloria. We all thank you from. The bottom of there was just a netflix documentary that was made about her. That was very laudatory. This has got to end and it needs is to end right now. There is a war on women women depend on me to be strong into an in fact as we head into the Harvey Weinstein the trial which is supposed to start in January zoo. Multi joins me now along with her attorney. Gloria allred who is representing several women accusing Weinstein of sexual misconduct misconduct was actually going to be the lawyer for two of the alleged victims. Sometimes we did ask both women to come on the show for interviews and Gloria allred said that she was not available to do that within our timeframe and lisa bloom send us an email and this is what she wrote back Jodie and Megan congratulations on the book. I appreciate your reaching out but due to my heavy heavier litigation case load. I'm not available for this interview. Best wishes on the daily. I enjoy the podcast Best Lisa Bloom.
"gloria allred" Discussed on The Daily
"The newsroom is suddenly also inundated by stories about Harvey Weinstein. We're getting getting email after email. Call after call. Our voicemail boxes are full on our cell phones. Other phones messages are coming in through facebook and instagram to to the papers tip line. We have to call in more colleagues to help. It's kind of surreal for us because for so many months we've been trying to get women to talk and now they're coming to us and so we're trying to understand as many of these stories as possible were checking them out where starting to publish more articles and a lot of these stories are very revealing but when it comes to Gloria allred's role one in particular stands out it was actually a tip that came in via email from an email address harvey rapist at gmail.com titled. Another person who has paid off by Harvey for near Rape and the name that was provided was Ashley Matthau H-how Hi Ashleigh it's making and and I ultimately got Ashley on the phone. Hey how are you. I'm good. How are you doing. I'm doing better. I think good okay okay well. Listen there's ton of and you called Ashley Back to talk to Her story anyway. I'm just so grateful to be able to reconnect act with you so thank you yeah me too and she started to tell me the story about what had happened to her. In two thousand and four well I was dancing thing in a movie called Dirty Dancing Havana night and it was in Puerto Rico and I bet harvey onset there. He came the visit one day. She was working as a backup dancer in one of Weinstein's movies and he came up to me to talk about future projects checks and stuff like that yeah I mean it's going to sound familiar. Now you know basically badgered into a work meeting at a hotel room and he was there with his assistant at the time she was like around my age and I felt real comfortable because you know I thought she was going to be there. The whole time you know ah anything with someone else in their own and then she shut the door and I went in the room by myself and so you don't have to do you don't have to spell out everything that happened. Once you guys were in the hotel room I'm not going to. She says that would happen when the door was closed used was terrifying. She says that he basically pushed her down on the bed and masturbated over her probably just really terrified. I felt like trash and when you got back to California. Who did you tell about what had happened. I talked to Charleen my fiance. At the time he was very upset but he he jested he talked to Roy allred and to kind of stand up for myself immediately things Gloria yes. She's the first person that comes to mind. He has seen her on TV. He has seen her by the sides of victims and recounting their stories through tears and he really says says I think if anybody can help you. It's glory allred. So what did you do. What was your first interaction. Did you pick up the phone and call Gloria or yeah. Holly Talk to Gloria and quarry. I think was like busy at the time so she referred me to John. West at her firm. Who counseled cancelled Ashley that her best option was to accept a secret settlement. They offered like a hundred twenty thirty five thousand dollars settlement jot advice just to take it you know got really strong enough to kind of go up against him and so so that's what I ended up doing meaning an agreement in which the victim will accept money and everybody will basically. We not talk about it anymore exactly right. Were there any other sort of stipulations or clauses in a settlement that you recall I remember them saying that they you know wanted to be to talk about harvey and like a good life and you know that I only just saw him on this that he was great person to work for. I couldn't say anything negative about him or the situation. She is legally prohibited from ever talking talking about what happened ever again. The restrictive clauses that go along with these settlements are remarkable. Women oftentimes can't tell their husbands. They can't tell their colleagues colleagues. If they want to see a therapist the therapist has to sign a confidentiality clause. They have to turn over any evidence and documentation. They have of what's happened. I wasn't happy happy about that but I guess I felt like it was really my only option and John told me it was really my only option so thirteen thirteen years pass. Tell me what you're thinking. When you see the news about Harvey Weinstein break in October twenty seventeen I I was just blown away and shop and kind of I was really surprised at the amount of women that he did got to put all the puzzles together. and did you see in that first week like within days of that story breaking did you see Gloria allred going out in front of the TV cameras saying that she would represent Weinstein victims. Yes yes which is funny because she didn't really have the time back in two thousand four but then all of a sudden you know once it was like a news story then she will. She wears representing like fourteen or something or I'm not sure what the specific number was but it was it was interesting that she was offering to represent victims but not making any mentioned that she had been aware of you. Yes yes that I've really upset me. So why is Ashley telling you this and even how was she able to tell you this will. She's not legally able to tell me she is technically breaking her settlement and this moment as she starting to tell me everything that's happened. She is deciding that she's willing to face. The legal risks risks because she feels that strongly about telling the world about what happened to her so she tells me that she actually gets on the phone with. Gloria allred herself you know I called his office and I talked to John. Letting them build that. My therapist said it would be kind of healing and good to come forward and he said that he couldn't talk to me about it that I would have to talk to Gloria Aurea and she got on the phone with me when she lives in New York. It was like nine. PM But in New York time and Gloria started the conversation precision with. Do you realize how lucky you are to be on the phone with me while I'm in New York at nine pm from my hotel room. I deal with a lot of like high profile people so I was just like blown away by that home. Site explained explained to her the way I was feeling and I felt like Dow only all the stuff that I knew that he felt like it was right thing to do and and she advised me against it. I you know what aster wide she said 'cause the FDA and that he could it's you and I said yeah but I feel like back then. They didn't know they think that I know now and she goes. Well you really to take take that risk. Like how are you Charlie Bitch like. How much do you have no flake I just just really really weird conversation Megan. Tell me if I have this correct at the same time that allred is is telling Ashley not to come forward as a victim of Harvey Weinstein in the wake of your investigation. She is publicly representing women who have come forward since you're investigation published with new accusations against Weinstein right and privately. She is counseling this other Weinstein accuser accuser to stay quiet. She is telling her. If we get phone calls we won't even acknowledge that we represented you in this case and I think that can hurt upset. Me was the fact that they would say that they represented me. They wouldn't even acknowledge that but yet they have so many other clients after the fact after it all broke out so that upset me. Did you think that she thought that she she or her firm would lose money. If you broke the settlement. I think I recall you saying that. They had taken a forty percent cut of the payment that was made to you yeah. They took a forty percent cut I don't really know how that works Hey. ABC felt like she would lose money on it yeah I don't really know what the reason was. I thought it was either that or it was either. There's something to do with her knowing about this whole Weinstein thing back in two thousand and four and her like the top women's rights activist resistant be known for that that reputation. I thought that she wouldn't be behind me especially since she knew a lot lied about the case representing people other people did that change your perception of Gloria. Oh yeah definitely I felt like she wanted. Basically all the media attention like once it became a big story then she she wanted to be a part of it but it was not in front of the cameras. It was something that that should get.
"gloria allred" Discussed on The Daily
"So as you remember from this time two more women women have come forward accusing media mogul. Harvey Weinstein more women coming forward and making serious allegations and there is a flood of Harvey Weinstein victims coming forward in graphic detail accusing Harvey Weinstein and adding the list that has now grown to more than sixty. Gloria allred is saying all your lawyer women are now empowered and they will never be silent again and a number of them. Thank you for coming today. Say yes today. I'm here with another woman who alleges that that she was sexually harassed by Harvey Weinstein Amazing at Penn so amazing for an elaborate system that they have collect today a new accuser of Harvey Weinstein is speaking out about the sexual harassment that she alleges that she endured as a young actress and screenwriter screenwriter who at the request of Mr. I felt so powerless. I didn't think anyone would believe nobody why would they and so like so many high profile cases of this kind. There's Gloria allred with her arms around these women insisting that she's going to help give them voice breath but what she's not saying is that she and her firm had actually known that something was wrong for years and had actually helps Tsk. Keep it quiet.
"gloria allred" Discussed on The Daily
"So we published the story framed. Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein Weinstein is responding tonight. After The New York Times revealed decades of sexual harassment. The reaction starts to build the idea that this Predator in this assaulter was out there silencing women. It's beyond infuriating most of it is about Harvey Weinstein. Some of it is about Lisa Bloom home interestingly enough. One of the attorneys working with Weinstein is Lisa bloom daughter of the very high profile women's Rights Attorney Gloria allred people are incredulous prejudice that a women's rights advocate could've played this role celebrity lawyer. Lisa bloom cells herself as a fiery champion. If the oppressed she represented one of Bill Cosby's accusers accusers and three women who said Bill Riley sexually harassed them get in the case of Harvey Weinstein Lisa. Bloom took the side of the Predator over the prey. She's normally on the the other side is normally the first attorney. Defending women in most of these cases may have something to do with why hired her and it'll be interesting to see how this whole thing so then attorney. Gloria allred whose daughter Attorney Lisa balloon is on Harvey Weinstein's legal team. Thank you so much for coming in allred allred starts to play a public role in this story. I don't second guess her choices. I don't criticize her choices and she made it's kind of a strange and a confusing one. On what is that dynamic right now well. My daughter has her own law firm. She is not with my law firm. ACHIE- is an independent attorney on the one hand. She sounds kind of disapproving of her daughter. I mean I've been a lawyer for almost forty two years leading women's rights law firm in the nation and we represent victims victims of sexual harassment. We don't represent persons accused of sexually harassing. She saying that she gloria allred only represents accusers. I would never represent the accused on the other hand. That is not a statement of criticism of my daughter. She's kind of defending her daughter. She's an outstanding attorney and all I can say is Harvey. Weinstein is very fortunate to have her but mostly what she's conveying Weinstein can exercise any legal rights but that doesn't take care of the people I care is the Cheek Gloria allred alleged victims of Harvey Weinstein. We want justice is for them is open for business.
"gloria allred" Discussed on Alyssa Milano: Sorry Not Sorry
"It should it even worse than we did but we so that took seventy two years now. It's since nineteen twenty three okay so we have <hes> you know we have about ninety six years into this even taking longer than to win the right to vote. It's it's used to manipulate people's minds that is the right extreme right wing <hes> and again the idea that only the only place women are in our constitution is in the nineteenth amendment suffrage and nowhere else and that we still do not enjoy full equal rights that it's still an issue that it's still controversial just shows us how far we have to go. Oh right and it's just so people are aware the opposition as bathrooms military meaning women would have to fight fight in wars which women are already doing the abortion issue using the equal rights amendment to prevent the supreme court from rolling back roe v wade which i think is is super legitimate that we need to sort of talk about there's there's this school <music> of thought that we should not talk about the equal rights amendment covering trans rights and abortion rights and i think because we're in such a dangerous time right now where they're trying to roll back those rights. This is even more reason to be fighting for the equal rights amendment and much like the framers is not including fifteen in the second amendment. I think we have to include trans rights and abortion rights in the equal rights the amendment. We can't leave any if we're making this fight and we're fighting for this. We can't leave anybody behind as as my thing but there is a school of thought that as soon as we bring up abortion and trans writes that there's no way that this is going to pass. I think it's more reason for it to pass well. I think it's going to be for the courts to decide ripe and to interpret what the equal rights amendment means. 'cause we always say the law is what the court say it is. Yeah they have the last word on that unless is the congress or state legislatures agree disagree and then then they can pass new laws but the point is let's focus on the main point that equality of rights under the law shall not be denied or abridged by the united states or by any state on account of sex seventies on account of gender and <hes> you know. We know that it's going to help our daughters. We know that is going to help our sisters and our moms. We know it's going to help us that. We're not going to be considered second class citizens under the law anymore and that's what's really important so we have to fight the fight. Thank you for bring it up because sometimes it is not even mentioned in any conversation about what's important in women's rights and we must remember that is the <music> single most important legal issue for women. We we must pass the equal rights amendment to the u._s. Constitution it is not close. This is not negotiable. It was almost a hundred years ago in nineteen twenty-three twenty-three that alice paul leader of the women's suffrage movement. I introduced to the public an idea of what would eventually become the proposed equal rights amendment the rising voices of women the passage of civil rights laws and the power organized labor all all helped to build momentum in the seventies when it passed congress. This has been a lifetime campaign for many of us a lifetime campaign. It doesn't doesn't start in one thousand nine hundred ninety three with alice paul. Actually we have been an afterthought in this country. Since the beginning of this country the constitutionists ruxton ruxton after a proposed amendment receives the required two-thirds of the vote each of the houses it has to be ratified by three quarters of the states after the area was sent to the spates and seventy two it was ratified thirty five the necessary thirty eight state legislatures but for decades extraordinary progress toward equality stalled a well organized counter-movements scared the american people into thinking that a guarantee of equality was somehow harm women who stay at home to racer children and would erode american families they would it started as a matter broad consensus became another divisive issue in the culture wars. I feel like courts are so important horton right now as we're watching our rights being rolled back and yet people don't understand how important courts are and how how much elections matter in appointing judges oath it matters so much so what do you think of the court stacking. That's going on right now. Well what i'm so very concerned about the united states supreme court and thank you for supporting dr ford again fighting the good fight and even though they you know the republicans had the majority senate they steamrolled over everything anything it was about <unk> brute power and wasn't about what was right she. I don't think she could have been more credible. I don't either to the public that was amazing that she had the courage to do what she did but having said that i as a lawyer who has to deal with oil every single day and what it can do for people and what can't i do know that it does matter who's sitting on the united states supreme court. What do they mean by the word cracking the supreme. Let me answer this question with a blunt that will end all honest misunderstanding of my purposes. If if by that phrase packing caught it is todd that i wish to play on the bench mindless puppet would this regard the law aw and what the side specific cases. I wish them to be decided. I make this answer that no president fit for raise office would appoint and no senate of honorable men fit for their office would confirm that kind of appointees to the supreme green cloth right now. We are at a extreme well. We're in crisis. As far as i'm concerned earn and god forbid anything happens to our b._g. Who is my shiro and i'm sure she is for you as well and i had the honour being able to sit next to her for dinner <hes> last november at the u._s. supreme court and have a conversation with her and she is clear headed and brave steve and everything that everybody thinks she is and more wonderful human being and so what i'm saying is you know we all want her to have the best of health and to keep fighting the good fight in the battles that she's waging for her health but she is so important on the court. There was a senator. I think it was after the pancreatic cast who announced with great cle- that i was going to be dead within six months month that senator whose name i've forgotten is now himself dead and i am very much alive five so if she or any other person who is progressive and thoughtful on the court and progressive thoughtful apple people are in a minority now i'm not saying that conservatives are not thoughtful but they're not necessarily progressive <hes> this is this is just going to be a a disaster of proportions that i cannot even describe catastrophe is a word that <hes> is is is a fair word for what will happen if there is a vacancy during trump's term right and he has an opportunity you to appoint someone to the supreme court of the united states because whomever he appoints will likely be there much longer than he we will be there and will have an impact on the law that you know it does send shudders through me to even think about <music> out that so and we're seeing some major cases. We are seeing some important cases. There's a conservative majority now but it'll be worse far or worse if if some you know if if trump gets another appointment and so we'll see r._p._g.'s eighty five years old and she's strong.
"gloria allred" Discussed on Kickass News
"The judge to me for they're calling me names originally went i wanted to be a member and have the rights equal rights for women apologize to me and and said gloria thank you for making us take you as a member because you have made this a better club by making us take women into it and we regret anything any names to be called you previously because you did something important and we understand now how important it is an even them they didn't want to let you in the all meal steam room right as you will of to put out early in the film room i'll la ready to see the founder anzi it is quite funny but the my strategy worked that's for sure will the documentary is called seeing all riddance now available on net flicks gloria thanks for talking with me thank you so much ben appreciate it the thanks again to gloria allred for coming on the show her documentary seeing allred is now available on net flicks today's episode was sponsored by hair regrowth from just for man hair regrowth from just for men is an easy to use topical solution that's clinically proven to help regrow hair formulated with the number one dermatologist recommended ingredient proven to regrow hair fivepercent minoxidil it works by reactivating hair follicles to stimulate regrowth perfect for men with thinning hair plus with a unique precision spray applicator this is hair regrowth made easy simply spray an sit back on start winning over thinning look for one or threemonth supplies of hair regrowth in the shave vile or visit j f m grow hair dot com and use the promo code regrowth 25 to get 25 percent off your purchase that's jay fm row hair and use promo code regrowth 25 for 25 percent.
"gloria allred" Discussed on Kickass News
"On forcement uh literally thrown out um but he ha but i'm very blessed because my partners have confidence in me and they trust my instincts to do what i should do sometimes you don't know about until afterwards either because it happens spontaneously or because i think i just want to do it and i don't want them to argue me out of it is worked out they have been very supportive for many years we have a saying in the women's movement that a man of quality is not threatened by a woman of equality and they're not threatened by me and it's you know unusual for lawyers to be partners for forty two years and i'm just very fortunate that they're really great lawyers they have good heart for women and minorities and they really care about these issues and they have the confidence to let me do what i think i need to do in order to win change that's after all what it's all about are we see your critics say you know wherever there is a camera there's gloria allred or she's just out for the publicity or some people even say you know if gloria allred said there than you know that her client must be a liar but in the case is a lot of these cases like bill cosby and trump where you know the statute of limitations may have run out or you know there are still some question whether you can actually sewer sitting president and other reedzans it seems to me that in a lot of these cases getting them in front of the cameras and trying their attacker in the quarter public opinion may be the only justice they may be able to get while sad and that's one of the reasons that i'm just thrilled that net flexes is playing this film seeing allred because people can see that documentary does also give voice to what the critics have said and how i deal with it and the way i deal with it is.
"gloria allred" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"This whole thing with roy more i i just play the gloria allred know you know usually if you keep responding to something yet this lady with the year book and then she's admitted now to having wrote in the year but below roy more signature the date and place of the signature why who does that you don't do it in your you're i don't think i've never seen anybody do that they're your book maybe they do but they didn't tell us that in the beginning so now they're trying to chat to backpedal on that we retained a handwriting and document expert to examine what appears to be mr more signature and the inscription above it the expert concluded that the signature and the written note tation above the signature on exhibits one and two were prepared by roy more we are very happy to be able to analysis important so let me get this straight we went out and hired somebody had told them we want to prove that the signature is actually roy moore's by providing you a signature by roy more and the handwriting expert of course did what but give the client what they paid for this is why polls and surveys and all this kind of stuff that happens is useless 'cause anybody can be an expert in be paid to say anything in expert fashion that you want but now after that audio this girl has gone in an interview and has admitted that she did right in at the bottom the note about the location in dayton time so i i you know it almost negates entirely this entire case you have to dismiss this woman by saying okay.
"gloria allred" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Accused and i think one thing that works four more is the fact that he has been you know asking you know for i don't know how what day or they on i ought to be seventeen or eighteen for gloria allred worry she putting that challenge out on twitter every single day and that's when i was gonna make yeah what indiana gloria allred situation where they put out this is the evidence okay let's examined the evidence no well and and you have to ask yourself especially with gloria allred yet if she is working to protect women in this case she is working to help an alleged victim then she has a way to destroy some of his credibility but in in like like you and i said this would be the first thing i would do if i would go in and say okay what are you have tell me is there anything tangible did he signed something for you did he give you something that he give you any gifts or anything that we can basically show that at least you knew each other while that your book thing came up ban obviously that's what she would have told gloria allred gloria allred if i were the lawyer i would've said great let's go make sure that this is his handwriting if you're going to go forward with this let's have all the ammunition that we need to destroy him completely right because you but that this this what what are you want on this while i want people to know who he is alright then you what would want to make sure that this evidence is absolutely slam dunk your eyes and so think about what this is the alleged victim victims he should not serve in the senate someone like this should not serve in the senate gloria allred apparently has proof that will destroy a great deal of his credibility if she could show that while through analysis yet this was his hand writing he signed this year book then it could damage him politically potentially it had of a loss so why should why why is it she wouldn't do that why and the war wouldn't she do that and that's what the people of alabama rasping in part some i think may dirt made their mind up that this was a political hit job from the beginning uh i think some made their mind up that well even if he's not guilty.
"gloria allred" Discussed on WJR 760
"Something i essentially don't you know anything about ember and so they're well in there i guess there's especially to at election time is special election happening a week from tomorrow uh it is it is about i as it is on many levels credibilty but in the case were allegations brought about the the people of alabama have to decide if they believe the accusers or the the accused and i think one thing that works four more is the fact that he has been you know asking you know for i don't know hamid what day or they on i ought to be seventeen or eighteen for gloria allred worries putting that challenge out on twitter every single day and that's when i was gonna make yeah what end and a gloria allred situation where they put out this is the evidence okay let's examined the evidence now well and and you have to ask yourself especially with gloria allred yet if she is working to protect women in this case she is working to help on alleged victim then she has a way to destroy some of his credibility by in in like like you and i said this would be the first thing i would do if i would go on and say okay what are you have tally is there anything tangible that he signed something for you did he give him something did he give you any gifts or anything that we can basically show that at least you knew each other while that your book thing came up ban obviously that's what she would have told gloria allred gloria allred if i were the warrior i would have said great let's go make sure that this is his handwriting if you're going to go forward with this let's have all the ammunition that we need to destroy him completely right because you but that this this what what are you want on this while a bomb people know who he is alright then you what would want to make sure that this evidence is absolutely slam dunk yours and so think about what this is the alleged victim victims he should not serve in the senate someone like this should not serve in the senate gloria allred apparently has proof that will destroy a great deal of his credibility if she could show that while through analysis yet this.
"gloria allred" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"I answer when he said i apologize to everybody i don't remember anything right i apologise for something i essentially don't you know anything about ember and so they're well in that i guess there's at especially to at election time the special election happening a week from tomorrow uh it is it is about i as it is on many levels credibilty but in the case were allegations are brought about the the people of alabama have to decide if they believe the accusers or the the accused and i think one thing that works four more is the fact that he has been you know asking you know for i don't know how what day or they on i ought to be seventeen or eighteen for gloria allred worries putting that challenge out on twitter every single day and that's when i was gonna make yeah what indiana gloria allred situation where they put out this is the evidence okay let's examined the evidence no well and and you have to ask yourself especially with gloria allred yet if she is working to protect women in this case she is working to help an alleged victim then she has a way to destroy some of his credibility by in like like you and i said this would be the first thing i would do if i would go on and say okay what are you have tell me is there anything tangible did he signed something for you did he give you something that he give you any gifts or anything that we can basically show that at least you knew each other while that book thing came up ban obviously that's what she would have told gloria allred gloria allred if i were the lawyer i would have said great let's go make sure that this is his handwriting if you're going to go forward with his let's have all the ammunition that we need to destroy him completely right because you but that this this what what are you want on this while our bump people know who he is alright then you what would want to make sure that this evidence is absolutely slam dunk yours and so think about what this is the alleged victim victims he should not serve in the senate someone like this should not serve in the senate gloria allred apparently has proof that will destroy a great deal of his credibility if she could show that while through analysis yet this.
"gloria allred" Discussed on WCTC
"Clinton a clinton tony allen a answer when he said i apologize to everybody i don't remember anything cry i apologise for something i essentially don't you know anything about ember and so that well in there i guess there's especially to at election time a special election happening a week from tomorrow uh it is it is about i as it is on many levels credibilty but of the case were allegations are brought about the the people of alabama have to decide if they believe the accusers or the the accused and i think one thing that works four more is the fact that he has been you know asking you know for i don't know how what day or they on i ought to be seventeen or eighteen for gloria allred worry she putting that challenge out on twitter every single day and that's what i was gonna make yeah what indiana gloria allred situation where they put out this is the evidence okay let's examined the evidence now well and and you have to ask yourself especially with gloria allred yet if she is working to protect women in this case she is working to help an alleged victim then she has a way to destroy some of his credibility by in like like you and i said this would be the first thing i would do if i would go on and say okay what are you have tally is there anything tangible did he signed something for you did he give you something that he give you any gifts or anything that we can basically show that at least you knew each other while that your book thing came up then obviously that's what she would have told gloria allred gloria allred if i were the lawyer i would have said great let's go make sure that this is his handwriting that you're going to go forward with this let's have all the ammunition that we need to destroy him completely right because you but that this this what what are you one on this while i want people to know who he is alright then you what would want to make sure that this evidence is absolutely slam dunk your eyes and so think about what this is.
"gloria allred" Discussed on KKAT
"Poll a back then had fifty to forty two was up by eight the grabez poll then uh a day later eleven fourteen to eleven fifteen 600 and 28 likely voters had a jones up forty seven to forty two five points the latest he w a b rctv strategy research three thousand likely voters three to over what a fivetime close to five times a sample over four times the sample of likely voters that was taken on eleven twenty shows judge roy moore a by two points forty seven to forty two now you and i talked about the immediate impact of the allegations against him and the fact that they would hit the other point that we brought up was the yearbook bagged and the fact that gloria allred brought out the year book and after that roy more immediately challenged her and said let an independent expert find out that is my signature or not as of to date nothing has happened on that and judge roy moore has pounded on that fact because that is really you know that's the allegation with you know bringing her out to us with gloria allred and promoting the credibility that i knew you and you knew me and this proves it and they use that as evidence and not being willing to go forward to prove his his signature on that book which would at that point destroy his credibility the fact that they won't do that and the fact that he keeps harping on it every single day sorry but it resonates to a significant number of war and more supporters fake news well and if you think about the nature of gloria allred yes and what she is there to do is essentially uh but she believed her whole reason for existing is how do you serve a client in this case by not proving this by how would you not yourself in fact out in insistence that you verify this year signature so that you can demolish his credibilty at that point you you really do win a ton of credibility i dunno if you win the election but you win a ton of credibilty and he loses a ton of credibilty how would you not do that how did you not.