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"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Amy for <Speech_Female> joining <Speech_Female> me on this episode <Speech_Female> as always before <Speech_Female> we end today amy. <Speech_Female> Do we have any questions. <Speech_Female> Yes megan <Speech_Female> we have one question <Speech_Female> from jamie weiner <Speech_Female> and her question <Speech_Female> i think is something <Speech_Female> that you'll want <Speech_Female> to answer. Since <Speech_Female> this is kind of your area <Speech_Female> of expertise <Speech_Female> we'll see about that <Speech_Female> all right. What <Speech_Female> are your thoughts on trial <Speech_Female> penalty. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> Oh <Speech_Female> that's a good question <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> The reason this probably <Speech_Female> is under my <Speech_Female> Area of expertise <Speech_Female> is. Because i <Speech_Female> write a lot <Speech_Female> are used to write a lot <Speech_Female> on plea bargaining <Speech_Female> practices. So for people <Speech_Female> who don't know. The trial <Speech_Female> penalty is essentially <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> an extra <Speech_Female> punishment. That's <Speech_Female> leveraged upon <Speech_Female> people who <Speech_Female> exercise <Speech_Female> their right <Speech_Female> their constitutional <Speech_Female> right to a trial <Speech_Female> on so <Speech_Female> they get punished more harshly <Speech_Female> than the people who <Speech_Female> plea bargain. <Speech_Female> And what i think about <Speech_Female> it. Is i <Speech_Female> think that we need to <Speech_Female> radically <Speech_Female> restructure <Speech_Female> and reform <Speech_Female> the plea bargaining system <Speech_Female> in this country <Speech_Female> because ninety five <Speech_Female> to ninety seven percent <Speech_Female> of people <Speech_Female> are plea bargaining. <Speech_Female> And it's because of <Speech_Female> the incentives or <Speech_Female> it's <Speech_Female> really because of the punishment <Speech_Female> they're afraid <Speech_Female> they're going to face if they <Speech_Female> don't take a plea <Speech_Female> and that's not justice <Speech_Female> so my opinion <Speech_Female> is really <Speech_Female> bad. It is bullshit <Speech_Female> an <Speech_Female> unfortunate <Speech_Female> another <Speech_Female> Part of our system <Speech_Female> that is <SpeakerChange> in dire <Speech_Female> need of reform. <Speech_Female> The next question <Speech_Female> is from jillian <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> now. Jillian <Speech_Female> wants to know if we've ever <Speech_Female> looked into <Speech_Female> a case from <Speech_Female> ireland because <Speech_Female> if you recall <Speech_Female> she is from <Speech_Female> ireland so <Speech_Female> megan. I'm pretty sure you <Speech_Female> probably have one on your <Speech_Female> list. I have one on my <Speech_Female> list. That should be coming <Speech_Female> up soon. And that is <Speech_Female> the murder of elaine <Speech_Female> o'hara <Speech_Female> and this woman was murdered <Speech_Female> in two thousand <Speech_Female> twelve so keep a lookout <Speech_Female> for that one. Do you have <Speech_Female> any cases from ireland <Speech_Female> on your list. <Speech_Female> I have one on my list. <Speech_Female> I'm not sure what i'm <Speech_Female> gonna do it. But i'm sure <Speech_Female> you'll believe <Speech_Female> this but i got <Speech_Female> interested in the case because <Speech_Female> of a show i watched <Speech_Female> an acorn. <Speech_Female> The show <Speech_Female> was called the secret. And it's <Speech_Female> based on the true story <Speech_Female> of colin <Speech_Female> howell <Speech_Female> and his <Speech_Female> murder of <Speech_Female> his spouse. <Speech_Female> Leslie <Speech_Female> it turns out <Speech_Female> this was such an interesting <Speech_Female> case in which <Speech_Female> he got involved with. <Speech_Female> The woman has church <Speech_Female> named hazel. <Speech_Female> They began having <Speech_Female> an affair together <Speech_Female> and then <Speech_Female> together. 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"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
"I think the reason that you know. Perhaps a relationship ended. Because i think they were separated separate facilities or something of that nature. Now that we're at the end of our story Let's talk about our opinions. I want to start with a little bit of criminological theory. Amy what do you what do you do. You see anything. What i see right. I think you know ma'am always very sympathetic. You know and trying to not provide excuses but provide some understanding or explanation explanations. I mean i think this is a case where it's rational choice theory. I mean other things come into this like a loss of self control so you have general theory of crime. A little bit that she had low self control and and then that led to her being impulsive. But i also think this was a situation where she was exercising free. Will you know she loved this man who she saw slipping away and it was. You know if i can have him. Nobody can there. Seems like there might have been some attachment disorders going on as referenced by psychologists and the second trial but i don't really know enough about her background even talk about that. That's a always going to go back to string theory anytime. I always do well because anytime you see. An event acting as a catalyst It's just lends itself to strain right. She her finding out that he was dating someone else after she was already slipping. You know he's already slipping away from her. And she lacked the proper coping mechanisms to deal with this and she acted out. I agree with you on that one. I think like that triggered her and then of course her claiming self defense speaks right neutralization theory absolutely of responsibility okay if you've heard us before techniques of neutralization are those excuses that allow someone to basically feel you know nasional provided knock guilty and yeah so i think a little bit of a lot. That's interesting. you have a lot going on there. i don't. I don't i don't see i'm not zeroed in on an because i don't feel like i know enough. What are you thinking. I do see rational choice. I think there was a little bit of. She's not rational right. So that's the problem with rational choice. Theory assumes that we are all rational we make these decisions. There were decision. She made right and in her mind. She was rational in her mind. She was making these decisions. And you know step-by-step doing them so juicy rational choice. I definitely think she was borderline personality disorder. I see clear and convincing evidence of that. I thought general strain because i think the panic of losing him a she just could not cope with that. And i don't believe for one. Second that ryan poston was abusing her and she killed him in self defense..
"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
"She said that she was molested sexually as a child and as a teen- on multiple occasions. And let me ask you is she bringing this. How is this relevant. Because she's trying to say. It made her hyper vigilant. Or i'm just wondering like this isn't a sentencing hearing but it might go to her state of mind out she. That's what i'm wondering like. Obviously it's not being used as a mitigating factor with sentencing. But it seems like to bring it up during well. Why don't i tell you what a psychologist testify. This might help you in some context because she was actually interviewed by psychologist for thirty seven hours over sixty period. You know a significant period of time and according to the psychologist he's shayna simply did not wanna grow up. She had separation anxiety and still slept in the same bed as her mother until she was a teenager. The psychologists also reported again several instances of sexual abuse from when shayna was young up until when she was a late teenager resulting in an inability to have healthy relationships with men and leading to promiscuity heavy drinking and other characteristics of borderline personality disorder and post traumatic stress disorder from being assaulted. Huber said that she was assaulted at a party in two thousand seven but never reported it and while we could not verify this. The timing of the incident seemed to have by accounts from other people coincided with a real shift in her behavior in particular that heavy drinking and promiscuity so certainly. I have no idea if her reports are accurate but the psychologist felt that she was victimized. And that and that's what i think they were using him to establish that she was a victim and these led to certain conditions. So even if she's not pleading insanity i think they're using this as part of her defense. Prosecutors used three felons this time who shared a cell with chain huber's they went to sesame miller but they also use donna duly and holly nevins and they each testified that shayna said that she killed the twenty nine year old lawyer because of their split because he was leaving her nevins testified that she overheard shayna on the phone with her mother. Saying ryan's family was rich enough to buy another son so that was just not very flattering quote. She would get on the phone and cry and sing to her. Mom and say there's worse crimes than murder. Duly said of huber's miller said huber's cackled as she talked in jail about ryan. There was no more she said and then she said i gave him the nose job he always wanted. She also couldn't read about that. You absolutely could have read about that. I mean again. Shayna broke down at a certain point during a recess. She broke into tears hugging one of her attorneys. This was the first time in really the only time that she showed a lot emotion during the trial and so that means nothing either way but it was just something to note because people would might ask about what was her affect during the trial and did certain things bother her prosecutors. Then brought in howard ryan who is the forensic expert on the case. Howard ryan testified that ryan postings head slumped towards the kitchen table. He was at from the first shot to his forehead. Ryan testified two more shots into his back came from less than three feet away as he was still seated and his body then fell and after that three more shots were fired into his torso at less than three feet away. This was the real damning evidence of the trial. It looks like an assassination. I think it was well. The jury agreed they once again found shayna guilty of murder and she was sentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole. But you've got to wear census time..
"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Shannon's defense team now had very hard task in front of them because they were trying to build a case for her being an abused woman. And again this is. The tactic used. jody arias trial. They were trying to build this case. That jodi was an abused woman as well. They had an email or to showing that ryan was angry and some text messages. That weren't very nice. I'd be angry too if somebody was sending me hundreds of text messages a day and not leaving my home absolutely Ryan was in a dispute with some business partners to so. I think that they pulled one or two of the emails about like a dispute and him being angry but honestly this. This evidence was very strong especially because he had a lot of character witnesses that described him as being a really good guy and it's also not fair to him because we often see a lot of times in cases. The tables are turned the way they will assassinate a woman. You know what happens to men to absolutely good point. Shayna did not take the stand at her trial which lasted for two weeks. After five hours of deliberation the jury found china guilty of murder. Four months later she was sentenced to forty years in prison with parole eligibility after twenty years served but the story does not end there. Amy why not. Well huber's appealed her case and was granted an appeal in two thousand sixteen due to juror misconduct. What misconduct you asking me. Well apparently one of the jurors lied about being a convicted felon which is a serious known. That is very bad. Yeah we always talk about appeals and they really are rare but you know germ misconduct seems to be one of the situations in which people are. Actually granted appeals. So this is round two now shane. A second trial began on august. Eighth two thousand eighteen once again. Her defense team tried to build a case around. Brian post and being an abusive boyfriend. This time however. Shanna took the stand in her trial. Yeah things got interesting there for sure. Shayna stated that there was a history of physical and verbal abuse from ryan. She testified that the relationship was sexually problematic because of her inability to fake an orgasm. Yes she said that she basically had problems in that area and that he would become very frustrated with her. I know she said in. Two thousand twelve ryan asked her for specific sexual request that she refused and she said if felt degrading..
"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
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"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Were you sell to pay member. In the olden days you to pay for tax like five cents per incoming and if i censor outgoing or something. I didn't even think of that. She said was this two thousand twelve. Yeah no. I don't think he's not been really expensive though. But listen if you break down that math that averages on a low end and a low end about two hundred messages a day about fifteen hundred a week and six thousand a month. That's crazy that is obsessive style. And do we know what those texts would say. Does that come out also at trial it definitely does. Yeah i mean. Sometimes they were just her trying to get his attention. Hi there weren't you answering me. Ryan would rarely reply to her in fact to put it in a proper context on average for every one hundred texts shayna sent posted would send one in return so i mean that four guy. This is stalking behavior. This is stalking and this was also again. This is another reason. They compared it to jodi areas trial because remember. Jodi areas also stalked travis. There's a pattern to of escalation back to post in the night before he was shot. Ryan was watching. The vice presidential debate with his family had mentioned that earlier when his stepfather testified later on at trial. He said that he asked ryan. What's going on and ryan said dad. She won't leave me alone. She won't leave my home so she she was at his home and he wanted her to leave and she wouldn't leave his father said ryan. That's crazy that's your home. She needs to leave and he said during that night of the debate that he could hear ryan's phone ringing with tech messages all night long but he said that he was relieved because ryan had said that he was finished this was at he was moving on and ryan told shayna that he wanted her to leave any time to himself but shayna remember also was hacking his facebook so she also knew what was going on. Okay let's talk about of the evidence. Aside from what shayna stated during the interrogation and during her nine one one call and the evidence of obsessive behaviors. There was a lot of physical evidence that made it. Her story not plausible for example. She told police that she shot. Ryan in an act of self-defense. After he came at her during an argument and the evidence to refute this the apartment If you look at the scene she claimed that ryan threw her into a bookshelf or a display case of tobacco pipes..
"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
"She'll search medication for left ventricular hypertrophy and right after. She sends a message to ryan saying that she had left ventricular hypertrophy and the medication. She was going to have to start taking for that. So yeah this is clearly an example of her making this up and trying to get attention and remember. This is the morning of the same evening. That ryan is going to have a big date on this night. He was supposed to meet with audrey. Balti- a runner up for miss ohio in the miss america pageant. Both audrey and ryan were super excited to meet. Investigators saw that huber's knew about this date because she hacked his facebook and she saw their messages back and forth planning date. And this is something that china did regularly hacking his accounts blocking women and really cyber stalking him. Amy so for a long time. Historically remember talking wasn't a crime stalking and harassment really became a crime or one with actual punishment in like the late eighties and early nineties. But there is no such thing as cyber stalking on the books until we actually had the expanse of internet and whatnot but it should be taken more seriously now and it was definitely for him. You know there were red flags here unfortunately with her behavior i think she was escalating in her stocking of him. And especially you know hacking and breaking into things. Audrey bolt he took the stand in the trial saying that the plans were set to meet a low key bar however posted never showed up nor did she hear from him again and she described being really upset because she thought that he was standing up and she couldn't believe it and they'd been so excited to meet so she also gave some key testimony later on shortly after ryan missed his date with audrey. Shayna huber is called nine one one claiming she had killed her boyfriend ryan posted. She had shot him six times with his own gun in his own home. When the police arrived she claimed self defense and she was then taken in for interrogation where she claimed that ryan was abusive and that she killed him because he was physically with her and he had pointed the gun at her first that day. The interrogation is something that everyone's gotta look up. This is one of the i. I think this is one of the reasons that people are so fascinated with this case. Shayna talked a lot during the interrogation and she was both irrational insensitive tubas. All over the place. I think she initially said i shouldn't talk without a lawyer but then went on to talk for hours and hours. Is she the one who did hand sans. We'll the interrogation area and so shane is behavior was so similar that actually these two cases are compared quite overtly. Yes so let me tell you about some of her behavior. She said things like will. Anyone wanna marry me now. If they know it killed my boyfriend to the investigator one of the most controversial thing she said was that she claimed that ryan.
"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
"Today's case would be to introduce shayna huber's shayna michelle huber's was born on april eighth nineteen ninety one to sharon and robert huber's. I found very little about her relationship with her parents to see you know. But i did find that. Shane is mom a retired. Schoolteacher was very close with her daughter. Friends of shane's during her earlier years described her as incredibly smart and motivated academically but also very dramatic now. There are some claims that shayna may have suffered some early trauma. But i'd like to save that discussion for a later section of this case where it's more relevant. Now let's move on to talk about. How shayna and ryan poston met. Shayna had a long term goal to pursue a masters in school counseling and while studying psychology at the university of kentucky. Shayna met a guy through facebook name ryan posted now at the time. Huber's was nineteen and ryan was twenty eight. So there's a significant nine year age gap there which i think at the at the time. The stages of their life can be a little bit problematic so he's in his career and more developed and she's still an undergrad. And you know what i mean. So age gaps are always a problem. But i feel like that one might have well especially because it sounds like she might be mature for her age based on the way people described her right. Well very inciteful already. Amy like you said. He was well into his career. As an attorney. Walsh any huber's was still at undergraduate and still studying within an eighteen month dating period. The couple were on again off again with ryan seemingly trying to end the relationship on several occasions and shayna very clearly not interested in ending. Thanks once again. See how she's not mature enough for a relationship because most people would someone doesn't want to be with you. You can walk away from the and ryan's friends said that he was a really nice guy. They said he was too nice. He would back down from breaking up with shayna because he felt bad. And you know she will get really upset and then he would feel bad. He didn't even want to be the bad but on october. Eleven two thousand twelve while watching the presidential debate with his stepfather ryan told him that he was ending for good with china and he was excited about a big date. He had the next evening. Which would be the night of october twelfth early morning of october twelfth. Shayna huber texted ryan saying that. She had chest pains and went to the hospital. She was staying with post at the time and had left his house with her mother. Because of these supposed chest pains. She claimed that she underwent an ekg and she told posting about the medicine she was about to be put on even though there was no medical record ever her go into the hospital and according to her mother she did come pick up shayna and she seemed disturbed she said shane clearly seemed upset but they didn't go the hospital. Instead of going to the hospital they went shopping. Police assumed she made this up. Basically in order to get attention from post early. Yeah things i mean. Things weren't going well. They weren't trending well and it was almost like a test again. Not a mature nineteen year old. No and forensic investigator a friend. Investigator later testified. That wall shayna was alerting posting about her health condition. She was googling like high blood pressure. Heart disease symptoms the forensic investigators said and i quote for instance..
"huber" Discussed on Women and Crime
"That is graphic and disturbing nature listener discretion is advised when the on off ex girlfriend of ryan poston called nine one one her strange behavior and the evidence collected soon would cast out on her version of events. Was this a tragic case of domestic violence or jealousy triggered by a big date with a beauty queen episode fifty four huber story. Amy.
The Vet Told Me My Cat is a Pothead
"The vet told me. My cad is a pothead. The cats out of the bag harleys pupils darted back and forth. it was almost like a brain was vibrating. She stared out the window. But i could tell she wasn't really looking at anything. It was like when someone stares off into space. Lost in a daydream. I tried to snap her out of it but she was completely oblivious to me. I called her name and waved my hand in front of her face trying to elicit some sort of response. Nothing my attempts at snapping. Her back into reality went unnoticed by her. She continued to drift away to some other galaxy. It was as if she was looking right through me. I panicked and grabbed her carrier as quickly as i could and shoved her in. She didn't even put up the fight. She normally would iran. Pass my husband on the way to the car. I could barely tell him what was wrong without tears. Welling up in my eyes. My body's reaction to the fear and overwhelming emotions that fill towards the possibility that my little peanut was in some sort of danger. Thank god for nine lives. It's important to mention that my cat has burned through at least five of her nine lives. And it's only by a miracle that she still has a tale. Oh though it has a permanent seat curve now but those are stories for a different day despite living in a rural area where it seems like nothing is close by. My vet's office is a quick five minute drive and for once harley decided to use one of her nine lives during normal business hours. How nice of her. Typically these trips involve a forty five minute drive on a saturday night to the only open for emergencies. The vet was able to see her immediately. Or maybe i just barged in and budged. I am not sure when something is wrong with my baby. I tend to block out everything around me and go into crazy mom owed. She's just high. After a brief examination in which nothing appeared to be wrong. Doctor huber asked me. Did she get into anything any catnip. Maybe that's when it dawned on me. We have catnip growing outside and as you can imagine you know since she is a cat. Harley loves
"huber" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast
"Medic engineer crops. Well he's he's been pretty active lately. I see he's been he's been on Dr mccullough Who everybody is familiar with. He's been done two episodes with him. He's an lately. he's been traveling. Australia new zealand and talking with the australia raw milk organization and the latest conference. We gave an hour. Long talk was in a small town called to womb back which is east of Brisbane in australia and again the the presentation goes with lots of alleged issues and scare stories and pictures and and stuff and then it just cuts off so. I don't know if anybody was there to ask questions at the end of it because The video just ends at one point. Yeah there's a lot of videos online. He was a a heavy hitter in hawaii when they were trying to get the labelling issue in the ban on the islands in hawaii he was brought over there by By anti gmo Organizations He's been traveling quite a bit. He did talks in colorado. I was going to sponsor a talk across the street where it was going to be a science kager and ended up not happening but it was one of these things where people were so there. They really put a lot of credibility into him. And that's why it's so disturbing to me. If he was another schmuck like some of these folks it would be one thing but he continues to leverage the The credibility of his former organization and make claims that are not exactly connected. Best to the sites. What about what about what happened in nairobi. Can you talk a little bit about that. Well he was part of the eighteen imports. There was sarah leany. There was judy carmen. There was tyrone hayes and there was don huber if you look up the heavy hitters in the anti gmo industry those have to before the top five. I mean. I suppose you could add jeffrey smith. And and Maybe the food babe as well but So they all were presenting Very provocative statements and alleged science that supported the idea that they should ban all synthetic pesticides from africa and move towards agroecology. That's interesting how the word dagger ecology has disappeared from their advertising for that very conference now. Now it's all about transforming african agriculture But if during the time. I mean these people. They had the audience absolutely aghast as you say if these stories that they were presenting were real than africa was in danger from the evil of of gm crops and in particularly this one compound Quite fossey which would affect according to one of these Four speakers your children's children will be affected by this. I mean that's pretty powerful things To to make statements like that and yet that's what exactly these people did And they had the audience pretty scared. i was there because i was aware of all these Alleged issues and i had looked at the science. That refuted these issues. And i took that science with me so it was when People in africa got to see both the presentations and then the science that refuted those presentations at sort of took the wind out of their sales there and fortunately in kenya. They continued to move forward and today Bt cotton is now commercialized. And they're moving ahead with Bt copy as well which is wonderful technology that will greatly help the small-scale farmers in that part of the world in any part of the world for that matter and also cassava is approved and that's really exciting. We'll talk about that in a couple of weeks on the podcast with some scientists from from kenya. But i i guess the what is it to gain at this point. Is it really just you know an and maybe that's something. I didn't mention earlier as i did. Speak with somebody. And i know. This is not the way evidence based podcasts work. But i spoke to somebody at a conference. I you know who we who kind of patted me on the shoulder and said i see you locked up with with with don and i said well now you know whatever and They told me that the whole thing is based on. I guess he had some sort of lawsuit with monsanto back in the early. Two thousand somewhere that became settled and there was a gag order placed on him saying anything about it and that when that gag order expired is when this letter went the ville sac. And so. I you know again. In upstate unsubstantiated you know anecdote from somebody who i do trust but it's nothing that we can but but that seems like a rationale for why he would do this Why do people keep continuing. What's in it for them. And i know we talked a little bit about this before. But you know how do you. Why do you think that he is just a craving for the limelight or is it a vendetta against companies against scientists. Or what's going on it. It's very profitable for people like him and for this Supporters or the sponsors of of these type of talks there is a large percentage market share of food where people have real concerns about their food system and unfortunately not having a good background in how the food system actually works from farm-to-fork they get let us stray into Marketing campaigns that are designed to steer them towards a particular segment of the market. And we're talking billions and billions of dollars at stake here so using fear to motivate the public to move towards your particular product is has a long history and unfortunately it continues today. And that's for the the Speaker's like Doctor huber and such They probably make a pretty decent living. Traveling around the world Telling these stories said allege to expose The dangers of biotechnology. Yeah tickets for these events. I mean there's Some of these. Are you know thirty dollars. Thirty seven dollars per ticket to be able to go get misinformation when good example. There was the cornerstone health summit in two thousand seventeen a thirty seven dollar ticket that you know coach from him says medical data that a medical data indicates ninety three percent of women tested had gmo bt-toxin in their blood and seventy percent. Pass this toxic pesticide to. They're developing child in the womb. The person than in effect becomes their own pesticide factor. What he says that at Debunked paper out of quebec. Actually that paper where they they used System to detect the protein that is useful in plants but they tested blood. So you're using a completely different system. That doesn't work in blood to look for something that's found in plants and the you know the paper quickly became known as more junk science but it certainly gets paraded around the internet as proof of.
"huber" Discussed on Talking Biotech Podcast
"About phase of biotechnology yang. Fun of and the talking by podcast. We'll keep you at the cutting all evasion now back before before volta contemplated putting the lid on the theory pressure. Vermouth employer to spa. And our weekly podcast significant commitment slow between internal and external forces. The podcast seem to be coming. We decided to continue to move on towards the future but no one's incite violence. He's getting better. Only four milk continue critical conversation between our listeners. People like you that are willing to learn more beautiful stories vying for the innovation with all. Thank you for your loyalty and continue forward into the and now. We're back on the talking biotech podcast. We're speaking with rob wager. Rob is a former faculty member now. Retired haven't fun. Oh i'm having a blast. That's really good to hear. I'm looking forward to. I never thought i would wanna be retired. And just the events of the last couple of years some spurred on by folks like uber have really changed my opinion on on how much i feel like standing up for the academy When the academy candidate sticks a knife in your back you know For telling the truth and we can talk about that next week on episode. Three hundred Actually i should mention episode. Three hundred will be eliot kennedy. Who is one of my former students who is going to interview me about the new york times situation and some of the other Things that happened What we learned in court discovery all kinds of good fun stuff so that'll be episode three hundred but episode to ninety nine. We talked about the letter. Deville sack the claims that were being made and it would be fun to kind of revisit. You know the story here. In gainesville. Florida and i don't know if you remember what happened here. Maybe you could tell your account. And then i can fill in any of the spots but do you remember what that whole thing was about. He came to your university. I believe and to count he came. He came to the city of gainesville and gave a talk. It's something called the civil media civic media center which is a a neat little bookstore of of Alternative press so. Let's just put it that way but let's start there so tell the all about what happened when he came here. Well he gives me. He have his usual lineup of of fear stories about the evils of genetically engineered crops and in particular glyphosate and front and center of his story. The central theme was this unknown Virus fungus organism that was causing that he himself had had Isolated and it was going to cause massive disease everywhere and so he for a while he had the audience completely captivated. I mean if true. That's an amazing story to be told but fortunately You are there to ask him some berry Pertinent questions to what he had just presented. And i think i'll let you tell the audience how that went because some that you know whenever i go to a presentation by somebody who's presenting Story said ledge issues with gene crops. I like to ask questions as well. And it's very telling when you get Certain types of responses back. So please tell okay. Let me go back into that. So you know the the thing was is that well let me start at the beginning. He was coming to gainesville. And i got wind of this and he was being sponsored by Florida am university. And i had sent a letter to the person who was bringing him in. And i said you realize that this guy and this is in november of twenty thirteen. This is two years after the letter. Deville sack in two years of extraordinary claims without a shred of evidence. And i sent a letter to her and i said you know you realize this is kind of you know if iffy here and the letter i wrote was pretty fair i it was not inflammatory I basically said that he was being sponsored by. Florida am university and the florida organic growers and florida organic growers group. They do wonderful work here in the state. They're very committed to community food. And i i can't say a bad thing about them and they were very good in most in the things they do a very good and they were sponsoring huber. So i was kind of like a little upset. Because here's an organization that i appreciate the folks inside who were new right doing. Good work and Huber was going to latch onto their credibility. And i felt that was really bad for them and i sent them a note to that effect as well. But huber came. We gave his talk. He was introduced as professor emeritus. Purdue university all the bells and whistles all the authority and he gave us talk and we were not allowed to ask questions during the talk. Save him for the end. And i went with a friend of mine who was another faculty member who works in organic production and she was sitting next to me and she kept like kind of elbowing me through the whole talk like oh my god you know like you know. This is actually being said. It was being recorded on video. I asked for the copy of the video and never could get it. I did record the audio which it turns out was a good move so he gives us entire talk and then at the end. Mardi mesh from florida organic growers. Who i like mardi good guy he comes up on the stage says any questions and you know dr fulda you know i see over there still in and you know you got a million questions here but can we just have one and i said i don't have a question i'd like to make an awfully. We've heard about the danger. We've heard about the threats to crops to animals to people this atrocity. That's being foisted upon us by the monsanto company. And i would like to extend an opportunity to doctor huber to solve this problem and let's take this microorganism that you have isolated and let's do the dna sequencing. And i would volunteer to do that. And give you all the credits. What do you say it. All the heads turn from me to him like a tennis game. You know the ball is now in your court. And he was locked up like a deer in the headlights. He had nothing to say. He didn't hard for a few seconds and then spent probably the next five minutes explaining why you couldn't do the by you. Couldn't sequence its genome answers ranged from. It was not his call that it was with a group in china where he had shared it and that the chinese had this which seems like a minor security risk he also says that has no genetic material has no dna so it no dna. No aren a. It's a self replicating Micro fungus pre unlike micra fungus that so now the goalpost is moving and he was so locked up and it was so funny was he kept turning down like y'all while i wouldn't send it. I can't send it in people in the audience or getting a little upset. They were like. Hey why don't you send it. You know come on. let's do it you know. And and.
"huber" Discussed on The Authority Project
"The one here. And we have paul huber talking about complacency. What a word. What word when you hear that word. How does it make you feel being complacent. I have a coat of my own called was called the quote the quote that i put together myself. I don't know but it's to settle is bittersweet comfort in every time i say that phrase that little quote that i made it does something to me. -cause magnus settle. I'm comfortable but i'm not really completely happy so i think that's a saving coming with this word. Complacency and hall is going to give you all his issues and beefs abakan thinking about whole purpose thing and we can give you the blueprint and you can talk about resurrecting you ambition so check it out. It's it's gonna be very interesting for you. All right take care. They didn't gentlemen boys and girls. We are back with another one it is. Brian is here with the authority project. And i have my new good friend here. Paul huber who was here to help us. He says he's going to help. Us keel complacency. Is that right paul. I sure hope. So our mission right now i love it. I love it. Well we shall see what it can do for us today. Current episode of the authority project. All.
Current New York Gov. Cuomo staffer is 8th woman to accuse governor of sexual misconduct
"Eight women have come forward against new york governor. Andrew cuomo the first former aide lindsey boylan who led a rally yesterday in new york city in december. I spoke truth to power on the harassment and bullying face looking for governor cuomo boylan and dozens of lawmakers are calling for the governor to be impeached huber. Fuses to resign insisting he did nothing inappropriate.
January China iPhone shipments reportedly grew over 150% versus 2020
"Apple insider is how to look at a note to clients from morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber d. According to that. Iphone shipments in china grew one hundred fifty percent in january of twenty twenty one versus the same month a year. Earlier and boy is that growth going to be hard to beat. The of course in january of twenty twenty people in china weren't buying a lot of iphones what they're literally being locked down to stop the spread of corona. That said credit should also go to iphone twelve. Which is faring. Well with consumers the cording to the report apple is second for smartphone install base and continues to hold on to that position despite wall weighs continued increase in users over twenty twenty apple accounts for twenty point. Three percent of the chinese install base in wall way accounts for thirty two percent. Apple has seen five consecutive months of china. Install base gains up to january. Twenty twenty
Nike exec resigns after son used her credit card to fund sneaker business
"High ranking nike executive resigned after a recent news reports revealed that had used the corporate credit card to help his luxurious resale sneaker business and herbert huber he and hiebert who worked for nike for almost twenty five years was most recently the company's vice president and general manager for north america her nineteen year old son. Joe herbert c. They spelled it wrong the first time. Purchase loads of sneakers and flip them for higher. Profits in one instance. He said that he gathered up. More than fifteen people to swarm a website selling pairs of the coveted easy boots and sneakers and use bots to bypass the system limited purchases to one per customer. Who are actually buying them. So he was able to snag them all up. Joe herbert said he bought one hundred and thirty two thousand dollars worth of yeezy s on his mom's credit card. I'm sorry. I'm a credit card and resold them for twenty thousand dollar profit. There's a couple of things that are going on here. So you may twenty thousand dollars on one hundred thirty two thousand one and you just keep one hundred thirty two thousand. You need at least double it. That's not very good Shares and stuff approve. The revenue of his company was making the teen sent financial statements to bloomberg reporter for the american express corporation card. And guess what was on his mother's name last year and herbert was promoted to nike's vice president and general manager for north america and moved the company touted -ly to a less than brick and mortar store and wanted depend on more of the nike app and stuff however she disclosed information that her son's company in two thousand eighteen and nike found no conflicts of interest. Her son also claimed that she was a high up at nike. He never received inside information from her so nonetheless she richie found out that he was using her car buying nike shoes. And all this other stuff and reselling them
Institutions still underweight on AAPL despite strong 2020 growth
"Institutional ownership of apple. Shares is near an all time high according to morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber d but it is nowhere near enough and harassed mation could be helpful at this point to find out what institutional ownership is according to the site investo pedia institutional ownership is the amount of the company's available stock owned by mutual or pension funds insurance companies investment firms private foundations endowments or other large entities that manage funds on behalf of others. The site goes onto. Explain that once those institutions get into a company. They tend to stay there for a while. Not only this pulling shares out of circulation raise the value of shares outstanding. Their decision to get in can lead other investors to do the same despite being near all time highs institutional ship of apple is still under weight according to a note from hubert to clients posted on apple three not. Oh the way she and hers. Apple is likely to see revenue growth of twenty two percent in fiscal year. Twenty twenty one and earnings per share growth of thirty six percent. That's based on a few numbers. That i wish i understood but i sadly do not
Morgan Stanley releases tech growth predictions
"Wednesday was a busy day for morgan stanley analyst. Katie huber hubert over at apple. Three dot oh philip. Elmer dewitt had two notes from the hugh land on his desk. The first predicts growth for the mac this quarter with an asterisk while the second and with a higher price target for apple shares. We'll start with the first one since she did. Computers are all rage right now in ways that surprise. Even huber d. She cites recent number from industry tracker. Id see that. Show-piece shipments ninety one point six million units last quarter that represents growth of twenty six percent year-over-year and beats her firm's own expectation by ten percent. While twenty six percent is significant it is not the phenomenal growth to which i was referring. According to her note hubert he predicts ninety percent p. c. growth for the current quarter. Though you kind of have to ball up such comparisons and toss them out for the march quarter of twenty twenty. We had just come off the holidays while they were starting to be concerned about corona virus the collective. We didn't actually stop going to the office until the middle of march even if we had all gone out and bought computers that day most of the quarter would have been spent not spending on laptops and desktops. And my saying you can ball up that ninety percent comparison and toss it out or put an asterisk beside it at the very least
Grand Prairie Police Officer Resigns, Accused of Pointing Gun at Rideshare Driver's Head, Dallas
"Grand Prairie Cop is stepping down following an arrest. Matthew Huber stepped down last week before he was set to be disciplined by the department. He was accused of pointing a gun at a right share driver will off duty last month. Huber remains under investigation.
"huber" Discussed on The Bower Show Podcast
"It's still this is a podcast. I i wish we didn't have to record I'm one half of the show. I'm jeff pack. Join us always by michael. Dr franklin and We are twenty four hours removed from finding out that John brodie lee huber has passed away at the age of forty one Jon huber Also known as luke harper. And w we was in the prime of his life The beginning of the prime of his career in a new chapter in only ruslain and We're here tonight to talk about his Untimely passing Twenty four hours a move from the devastated news that rock the wrestling world Not it ally pretty upset about it. dr trae by. What were your thoughts when you heard the news. Just complete shock like we were wondering. Say or just go. Please go. and we're wondering why you hadn't seen brody leon tv since the The dog collar match with cody and And then you hit the news. You know this right in the middle of of our christmas break it. Just folded is the gut cakes. It just sucks on so many different levels and You know especially the one of those rare times. When i look at a guy. And he's actually younger. Beat brody was only forty one forty three so it really kind of You know puts things in perspective. A guy who is who is married with two kids. I haven't done same boat so it's just it's just one of those Reality checks that kind of comes in just smacks you around and makes you kind of Realize how precious everything is around. You take for granted i guess. Yeah we It's still real the show. Obviously were throwing this podcast up here. Sunday night Depend on when you're listening to it. Twenty four hours or move from the news on saturday night I mean it could have waited until normal thursday. Show that type of stuff but we are in the midst of our holiday schedule or holiday programming. This this thursday. We do our award show. Following week will be in the preview show and then You know two weeks three weeks from now where we're back to our regular format and we wouldn't have time to really sit here and remember and pay tribute To delay it's It's a bit surreal to be talking about him now in the past tense Heard a lot of amazing stories. We've seen in the wrestling world This is obviously extremely hard To discuss there is a community Unlike no other and professional wrestling you know you talk about ratings in wrestling wars and stuff like that and when you really think about at the end of the day this past year with covid and now with the passing brodie lee it really truly doesn't matter The brotherhood and sisterhood or professional wrestling is extremely strong and the stories and the posts that wrestlers from all different venues in different circles and all different promotions have shared over the last twenty. Four hours. Have specially help me as a wrestling fan. Someone who has watched a luke harper brodie lee For the last fifteen years Get through this day. It was Really surreal so coming off. the holidays. saturday night came home when on wrestling inc. Dr trat on how you heard about the news but Went the wrestling inc before i was actually going to sit down and watch some of awa dynamite from this past wednesday night on my dvr. And i just saw on the headline which is still up there. As we speak brody leap passes away and it was a jaw dropping moment. It was a wide open mouth feeling a lot of shock. Immediate clicking of stories and trying to figure out like wait what how I think the graphic also said like the age of forty one You know. Dr troy pointed out. We were talking about him not too long ago wondering where he was and we just thought it was arresting thing right. I mean he's off television. He's coming back maybe. After the first year they have a big show coming up. New year's bash I believe that's what the shows are called on the thirtieth and What does that. The seventh six of january figured. Maybe this is the time they reintroduce them and bring them back now. Maybe put them in the tnt title picture. Never my while the streams would be sitting here thinking the day after christmas. We were talking about a professional wrestler birdie lease stature dead It was it was. I mean i think. I speak for most wrestling fans. That saw the news on saturday night. It was just kind of Part process not Do not see it coming. Doc trae how did you first hear the news. So i was up in huntsville alabama at a christmas party with The owner rocket. cj was your wrestling. And i was almost on a cellphone blackout because of the bombing. The happening nashville all of. At and t. Service is basically wiped out in north alabama central tennessee. That'll area so I didn't have signal. I didn't have service until i got almost back to the house. And that was around providence. Six thirty Sarry nine and the other robinson. He texted me. It was like You're pretty legion. Passed away and i was like. I didn't respond. I was just like that's weird. Like why like. I didn't know if he was playing around. Or like you know my wife. And i we were almost the house we had and got on facebook social media or anything like that you know the entire day so we get the house. We'll get the kids in the house and and get them settled down looking into it and he's just for me. This is all the heels also for me personally. danny hodge passing away Because danny is actually related to families. So you you get hit with both of them both at once But you know talking to you. Know a guy guys on the independents when when brody rogane light it it's one of those things whereas like man i is it sucks. Forty one years old hitting the prime right in the swing of things. He was new care to the whole nine yards. The world's right in front of them to have this habit is just mind blowing it so meager preval's and you know it just shook a lot of my friends because you know like i. I never personally got to meet. Brody leave but you know. Alan angels and cody vans five and ten from dr or friends of mine. You know. And it's like watching how they reacted to that isn't in the stories about it You know like i. i've ever when tracy smothers pass way back in october and it's the one thing about facebook is when somebody dies. There's always that one person's going to run their mile. There's one person say something bad. You know really. Nobody had anything bad and say tracy and his kind of the same thing. Now we with brodie lee like all any begin to talk about is what a wonderful human being was with a great husband. Great father great friend. You know the the ability like yoga and be.
PS5's 2021 Lineup Has Us Excited
"The first stuff that i wanted to point out was that return. L- got to release date. That's the latest game from The team behind next mocking and resume gun. I almost called the team next Behind the game house mark. So that's where my brain is out right now but return is coming out in march march nineteenth. I believe in headed up. And then i deleted the taps on could bring up lucy hours thirty you both on the curiosity of a i. Forgive me but i'm lacking on your history with playing house more games but also because i think any time i bring this game up starring lucy huber passing resemblance to the the main character. I gotta say honestly. I'm sorry that you did throw to me. Because that is honestly the only reason i've paid any attention whatsoever. Isolated darn yeah. I had no real vested interest beyond the fact that people keep saying that i looked like this woman. I'm gonna bring her off. she is. I take it. She's elderly don't know her age It is coming out brush. Nineteen twenty twenty one. She looks she looks to be in our audience. Here return for those who had thirty seven. I would never ask a ladies age. Lucy i i'm personally looking forward to this. Elvis looks nothing like you see so many of these. I'm sorry. I know that people mean well when they like. You look like this president. Who's gawk grandchildren. It's like thanks like old older kind of people representation of the your games. It's rare and few and far between but come on now come on hit forty s like like every white guy with a beard. Somebody is like oh. I saw this guy that look just like you downtown. Then they'll send me a photo. It's like that's just that's just the white guy with a beard like that. That looks like people but it can happen like guys with beards. Ken look jonathan. And i do shocking and definitely. There are a few times in the studio where i swear we were like just clearly distant brothers. Who reuniting my favorite. My favorite white guy with a beard story is one time at e three. I had a full like twenty minute conversation with this guy and then he was like l. Also i really love your blood born review and i was like wait. Who do you think i am. And he's brandon. Tyrel no need to look. You could possibly brandon tyrel if beards sounds was an animated series like this big mouth. You guys would be animated. Pretty civilly true also. I often find myself wishing that. I was in animated character and big mouth. So good on doesn't really among us clearly. We've all been watching. What's new on netflix knickers zack. Has this game been on your radar because it's been a little bit. I think quieter on the like. Ps five exclusive side for some people return compared to some the other stuff. I is this something. That's been on your radar. You interested in it where does it of stanford you guys. Sorry go ahead. No no you i guess i place. It has been after seeing the trailer. It seems seems to be pretty low key especially after the review at one of the recent playstation events but seeing more of the game play in this trailer. It's given me such control vibes. And i love control. It's more action. Heavy a lot of the particle physics all the floating control. But it's a much better package. It seems that might run smoother then launch window control so i'm really excited to see to see more of this game as they reveal more. I'm a big house. I think they make really really fun. Arcadi stuff and this game is something that has kinda caught my attention. I think when it was first shown off at the pierre five reveal event. And it's something that like every time it comes back like i'm not actively tracking it but every time it pops back it's like. Oh yeah there's that game that. I think looks cool. Like i'll i'll definitely check it out because i do like a lot of how smart stuff. Yeah i recognize still always say is i think the best for lunch game and next and i think like cruelly got ignored overlook that year next just kicked ass again now. It's so awesome. And i do think house mark was in this weird situation where they basically a couple years back after i think were like. Hey the games we make. No one buys them. So we're gonna stop doing this and then we're going to make a triple a. like free to play shooter online. And then they stopped making that game and have now made returnable which seems both like it seems like almost a melting of some of the work they were doing without like third person action shooter thing and then with their classic like shooter bullet hell sorta styles so i'm excited. I think it could be a really cool like evolution for them as But yeah i. I wanted to bring this up mainly as a. That's the i think. The first full release date we have for one of the big playstation five exclusives that have been part of the psi reveal event and obviously lucy. I know we've talked about this after those shows but especially with mic on. Hear your thoughts about how twenty twenty one looking because at least by like my determination. Obviously things get delayed. It's a very strange time for development right now with all the work from home situations like twenty twenty one looks just like a fantastic year for games but also for playstation
Why This Could Be a Huge Holiday Quarter for Apple
"Apple is set for a record holiday quarter that is the thinking of morgan stanley analyst. Katie hubert philip elmer dewitt's apple three dot o. Ran part of a research note of hubertus this week. According to that is entering the holiday period with its strongest portfolio products and services in years eighty percent of which have been refreshed in the last twelve months and quarter to date. We've seen a number of positive data points. We believe can lead to a record. December quarter that is under appreciated by consensus. We expect apple to beat december quarter forecast reflected in our four percent above consensus revenue and five percent above consensus. Eps estimate calling out a couple of product specifically. She's ended the continued waits for phones in the iphone twelve line. She's also seeing signs. That iphone picked up market share in china in october as domestic smartphone makers lost share turning her. Focus to the max. She has liking the positive reviews from the tech community for the recently released. M one max here again. She has also pleased by how the machines are to get waits for. The max will likely lead to double digit growth for the machine in the march. Quarter in her. Estimation huber. d has hasn't overweight raining on apple shares. Her price target on the shares is one hundred thirty six dollars
Doja Cat Went From Viral Superstar To PUSH Best New Artist
"Doja cat. This is from music news rumors. Doja cat has won the best new artist award at the mtv. Vm as the mtv european music awards. The people's choice awards the people's choice awards and the american music
Illinois teen Kyle Rittenhouse released from jail after posting $2M bond
"Illinois. Teenager is all smiles after being released from custody in neighbouring wisconsin where his accused of killing two people during summertime protests hours after being released a member of kyle written houses. Legal team posted a photo of him along with actor. Ricky schroder a seventeen year old. Kyle rittenhouse posted bond and was released from jail in kenosha wisconsin friday. He's accused of homicide. And the killing of joseph rosenbaum and anthony huber following protests of the police. Shooting of jacob blake this summer written. Nelson's attorney says he fired his gun. Though in self defense he was being followed and attacked by the men however those men did not appear to be armed. The mandarin houses accused of shooting and injuring did appear to be armed. Much of all of this was caught on video by witnesses and after the shooting rittenhouse told police pretty done but was not arrested in wisconsin and went back to his home in illinois where he was later. Taken into custody. Jessica rosenthal fox news
Kyle Rittenhouse released from jail after posting $2M bond
"Year old from Illinois, who's charged with killing two people during a protest in was constant. And his case has become a rallying cry for some right wingers in the US posted $2 million bail today and was released from custody. Kyle Rittenhouse is accused of fatally shooting Joseph Rosenbaum and Anthony Huber and wounding gauge Gross hurts. During a demonstration August 25th that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin. He busted bond through Jack Illinois, told police he was attacked while he was guarding a business and then he fired in self defense. He faces multiple charges, including intentional homicide, reckless endangerment and being a minor in possession of a firearm. Wisconsin law doesn't permit minors to carry or possess a gun unless they're hunting. He's due back in court on December 3rd for a preliminary hearing. This case has taken on political over towns. Supporters of the Black lives matter Movement of painted written house as a trigger happy white supremacist. Conservatives that portrayed him as the Patriot exercising his right to bear arms during unrest Legal Defense Fund for him is attracted millions of dollars in donations, and his mother got a standing ovation from women at a Lakisha County Republican function in September. Cuba's father, John Huber. Ask Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner Loran Keating during a hearing on November 2nd two set Britain houses bail between four and five and $10 million. Uber said Rittenhouse thinks he's above the law and noted the effort to raise money on his behalf. He also suggested militia groups would hide him from police if he were to be released.
Ride-hailing, delivery giants win fight against labor law
"Celebrating a big win in California voters. They're overwhelmingly chose to let the ride hailing companies continue treating their drivers in the state as independent contractors, not as employees. NPR Tech correspondent Shannon Bond joins us before we begin. We want to note that uber and left are among NPR is financial supporters. Shannon, I want to start with what this means for the drivers of these companies. Right. So there are hundreds of thousands of drivers here in California, and it means they won't be getting standard employment benefits from thes companies. So things like health insurance paid sick leave overtime pay. Now the state had passed a law extending those benefits to give workers But Californians have now voted to exams. Huber lift and similar acts from the law. However, under the ballot measure that voters just approved Companies will give some limited benefits to drivers, so things like subsidies for health insurance for some drivers, accident insurance and some guarantees about pay. This creates a major essentially exemption to New California law. Is there any word from state officials on that? Well, the state lawmaker who wrote this labor law, she said she and her allies would continue to fight for worker protections. You know that what we're really looking for us to hear from the state attorney general's office? They didn't have any comment, while election results are still being certified, but The attorney general and prosecutors and three big cities here has sued lift in uber earlier this year, trying to force them to comply with this labor law so that this doesn't mean that legal battle is over. But it means that any outcome will be far more limited because of how voters have have chosen Are there any takeaways here about how people should view this industry? Well, you know what? I talked to drivers about this. This ballot measure. Their support or opposition, in many cases hinged on concerns about flexibility. So many of them say they want to choose when and how they work. And the companies have warned that if they had to make drivers employees they would set schedules. They might employ a lot fewer drivers. I think that concerned a lot of people. But really the biggest lesson in this whole battle has been the power of money. So uber lift and food delivery app. Gord Ash, They spent more than $200 million promoting this ballot measure. It was the most expensive campaign over a ballot initiative in California history. You know, here in Berkeley, you know, I was flooded with texts. I got mailers at my house about it. The companies used their APS to lobby drivers and passengers. You know, they put out these claims that the measure was good for drivers. They warned that there would be higher fares longer wait times and like I said, before, you know if they would employ fewer drivers if they had to make the driver's employees And you know all of that money they spent it really seemed to have worked. Californians voted to approve this ballot measure, and it was money well spent for these companies. That's NPR. Shannon Bond. Thanks Thank you.
"huber" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit
"To establish a winery distillery and fruit farm as what we were first step seven generations in Germany. So south of Baden Baden along the Rhine river is a large fruit growing area hints the fact that we were started as a winery and a brandy producer back. In the eighteen hundreds. So they were looking for the perfect piece of ground settled around this area in the eighteen thirties. But bought the farm that we're standing on in eighteen forty, three in established established vineyards, orchards those one or two first things that were originally planted and if you've ever know the history of alcohol, you know that brandy was consumed far more than whiskey in the eighteen hundreds, and if you know the history of the area Apple Brandy was the big producer and this particular region in southern Indiana is the apple brandy producing. If you look at layered up on the East Coast you would know how popular they were back in in the eighteen hundreds also so. That gets that gets a started in which you see when you look out these windows that were in this building. Here you see all the orchards, all the vineyards, blackberries, and all the fruit being grown this farm, which is kind of unique to this particular area and people think of Indiana as corn, which you can think of coroners Bourbon so forth, but you don't think of. Indiana as being is larger fruit producer as it would have been in the seventeen and eighteen hundreds which and people don't realize that Indian also was the largest wine producing state for over one hundred years back in the late seventeen hundreds into eighteen hundred. So there's rich history here in southern Indiana comes to brandy production and wine production and then we had several different. In this particular region one was the great blight of the late eighteen hundreds then prohibition. In, those two pretty much wiped. INDIANA. Out off the map when it comes to producing alcohol. At that particular time and it wasn't until the nineteen seventies that my father and his brother. Car-o-van over able to go ahead and get the winery started they were working with some legislators and other people in Indiana that really wanted to see the wind industry be reborn. And so in the early nineteen seventies that happened vineyards were reestablished on this property and then the winery came to existence and that really well, and then around the late nineteen eighties. Early Nineties people know the Marcella name is our number one selling wine sweet Marcella That would be my grandmother pretty good for a lot of people know that in this market that's my grandmother and grandma kept Cana prodding me in my late mid teens about bringing the distillery back and getting her applejack Apple Brandy. Production back, GOIN-. In High School but my love of science and production and fermentation. She could tell she was really working hard on that and so we started pursuing the dude little research, the development and little cat of hidden in the back room of the winery little distillation process going on learning from things about that particular time and so things went really well with that particular project. But the big hurdle for us was to get the laws changed in Indiana because as we know the big distillery here in Indiana in GP up there that time was Seagram's. We didn't want that type of distillery. We WanNA to guess to visit US tourist tastes with US enjoy cocktails out on the patio and. The whole experience to Huber we wanted to make sure distillery had that same experience as you would with a winery or the farm. In with the current license at Indian ahead, that could not happen. We would just be a production factory, not not an actual tourist stiller. So it took us several years from. We really started working hard about nineteen, ninety eight and wasn't till two thousand and one that the things lined up for US legislatively here in Indiana and we got the brandy law passed and people wonder why we made brandy before we made whiskey and how that happened but the legislators felt very comfortable with the winery comfortable with the history of Brandy and the state of Indiana and comfortable with. How wineries operated. So they figured that you know Randy's just distilled wine. So that can't be that big a deal. So our first license was brandy only what was the law? Talk about what was the law that you said was in place that only allowed Seagram's or GP to produce. Now. That's that's a different distillation law than so MGP and starlight distillery actually it's with different license. Our licence allows us to be able to have tours, tastings, cocktails, and spirits to go home with customers If you go to the GP those that was do not actually exist on their license gotcha. So we actually have two different license, and actually when you visit starlight distiller in, you take the tour, you actually see two different license because we run. Two different distilleries we have the brandy distillery and the whiskey distillery, and they are actually two different license on our property. Now, they do basically the same thing but our brandy license being a little bit older. We did not want to relinquish that license and operate just under the current license. There's a few restrictions as far as production and quotas that the grain distillery has that the brandy distillery does not I. Think we missed in your title was also lobbyists. That's been my father taught me that back in my in my early teens and the boys actually in their early teens have testified. In front of our public policy and House and Senate in the state. House. Mini mini times when they were still in high school and even middle. School Talking about the distillery and expanding it, and we always wanted to put a fresh face to legislators to say, Hey, this is you know we're looking for multigenerational companies here. These aren't gonNA open up and close ten or fifteen years. Later, these businesses that can be established with a lot of a lot of capital inputs in business in buildings without the right license and operational that people aren't going to invest time and energy, and capital into the type of facilities were sitting in here right now without good good laws to to work under. So yeah. So yeah, lobbyists January in February. That's when Indiana's kind of hot on legislation it's slow time here on the farm. And Lot. Being kind of worked in bringing down capitol. Hill? have. Sometimes, twice a week running up to two in Annapolis Very Nice. So you had the brain-dead that you're farmers originally do incorrect, and then why did that production stop at some point The brand is still going on that. We still have a lot of acres of grapes. Apples in some other fruits very minor do. We do strawberry we do peach and all these other brands but very limited production grape and apple or the two big ones. That's what we did a lot in eighteen hundreds. And that's what we grow a lot of. So that's our largest production in that and then our gen came about because if you think of brandy brandies distill wine or distilled fruits and fruits have seasons. And fruits don't store very well. So you know we don't have brandy production three, hundred, sixty, five days a year like we would with grain that we can store easily and have and so during the wintertime when we finished with Apple Brandy, then that's when the still that's typically used for brandy gets used for Gen and so that that that's still brandy still nowhere close to whiskey production in America was a brand new drinking culture, and now we're a whiskey drinking culture. So our brandy sales are do really well good and competitions and have great respect nationwide Are Nowhere near Bourbon or Rye whiskey. That's the two big categories that Redo right now when you do a tour of starlight distillery, you'll see both both distilleries and see the size of the brandy versus the size of the Whiskey in the brandy distillery is tucked in the winery. So it operates as part of the wind program because again were fermenting wine from impressing apples and pressing grapes..
Some On The Right See 17-Year-Old Charged With Killing 2 Kenosha Protesters As Hero
"Riton House, the 17 year old charged with killing two protesters in Kenosha, Wisconsin, goes before a judge tomorrow for a preliminary hearing. Rittenhouse has become a hero to some on the right. Sean Johnson of Wisconsin public radio reports on those pushing that narrative. After Kenosha police shot Jacob Lake, a black man in the back multiple times. The city erupted into protest on August 25th Kyle Rittenhouse made the 20 mile trip to Kenosha from his home in Antioch, Illinois. Rittenhouse, a lifeguard and a vocal supporter of police said he was there to protect the local business and offer medical help if needed. He walked through the crowds that night with an air 15 rifle strapped to his chest. What happened that night is disputed and will eventually be hashed out in court. But a full scale public relations blitz is underway by some of written houses supporters. A group called the Fightback Foundation released a dramatic video compilation of cellphone footage from the night of the shootings. It claims Riton House fired his gun on Lee after being chased and attacked. Narrator speaks of Rittenhouse being sacrificed by politicians. But it's not Kyle Riton house there after their end game is to strip away the constitutional right of all citizens. To defend our communities, our personal property. Our lives and the lives of our loved ones written houses cause got the attention of conservative media figures. Here's former Florida attorney general Pam Bondi, on Fox News. What's it coming, too? In these liberal cities? When teenagers have to go out there to try to provide aid? The Fightback Foundation says it's raised almost $2 million for Riton House. The group's chairman, is Linwood, a prominent attorney who made a name for himself representing Richard Jewell in the 1996 Olympic bombing case. Longtime Wisconsin defense lawyer Dean Strang, who is not involved in this case, says the teens, attorneys may well argue self defence, but it has nothing to do in the first instance with being the hero. It has everything to do with whether you will be held responsible for killing other people or you want. Kyle Rittenhouse is charged with first degree reckless homicide in the death of 36 year old Joseph Rosenbaum and first degree intentional homicide in the death of 26 year old Anthony Huber. Huber. Surviving partner, Hannah Giddings is among a group of plaintiffs who this week filed a civil lawsuit against Riton House and a Kenosha militia group in a YouTube clip. She talks about Hubert. He did not deserve that. He was a Good human Being. The plaintiffs are also suing Facebook for publicizing the militia groups call to arms. John Pearce has written houses lead attorney. He told the conservative news site Breitbart that his client had a god given right to be in the city that night. But I will tell you There's no doubt about this. That is, every law abiding Americans showed up in the city that they love. There are 15 The chaos would stuff immediately. Aside from the Rittenhouse case, it does appear more people are embracing violence as a solution. In 2020, University of Arizona sociology professor Jennifer Carlson researchers gun politics, She says she's noticed the difference this year. Rather than solving problems at the ballot box, she says. Some are reaching for a box of bullets. People are beginning to really think that we have reached the point of no return with regard to violence and whether we have or not. If people believe that we have that is very troubling. Kyle Rittenhouse is in custody in Lake County, Illinois. Tomorrow's court hearing there will focus on whether he can be extradited to Wisconsin. For
The Cultural and Ecological Implications of the Salep Orchid Trade
"Take those steps in and do something professionally with your career to actually. Contribute to the world of conservation, which brings us to the topic of Salad, and if anyone listening has heard of salad at all is probably as an ingredient, which is interesting. Because often times I hear people saying, Vanilla is the only culinary viable orchid on the planet, which is not true. So let's talk about sal up what is it? What is it used for, and where does it come from? When Salad Salad? Actually, it's not only an arcade ashamed Larkin it's like a big group of four kids. If you go through literature, you can find more than thirty five species. SLEAFORD Silane it's also depending on when a whether you are what exactly two different species or group species in Greece different one in Turkey or other countries. So when we talk about the If we see all the countries together faced in weekend, say that the most common once belonged to Janet like or he's like that filariasis also mccown. And infected, maybe it's off races when. So what's smoke one between solid core kids as their root system they most often have obeyed Bob's or? Huber's along one that look like little fingers. If. You see those on the rises. So this is actually a a salad porchet and being driven is coming through the dried and ground Cuba's that's what you get the. Fowler and the Susan Shelley Different. If you see, for example, in Greece, they like days they're just washed with water and dry. But if you go to Durkin also boy in either walking on me, it depends on very Jim. So that's what's giving you the final product of salad father. In what is sell generally used in? I mean, if someone's looking to see if it's an ingredient, what kind of food are they looking at generally or is it a lot just like the orchids that gives us it If you look at it as any greeted Bailey actually there are a lot of things you can find it most often is the traditional beverage. Back. The. 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Its roots kills it right. So this is where you can kind of see the connection with conservation. If you're harvesting the roots of a plant, you're you're taking its life away from it right and so that's where you start to come into issues with biodiversity endangerment with a lot of these orchids correct yet because the production of Saleh Pro Juarez, the use of the entire. Plans. So basically in the overwhelming majority of aces harvesting salad means the destruction of the orchestras selves. Now to make one kilo solid requires a by two and a half thousand plans. To the half thousand individuals, Wallin kilo. Of. Salam powder ouch. Yeah. That's a lot of orchids. Now, if you think about one cup of sal but of the equivalent to Cappuccino or something but drinking salad beverage. you need five grams for that. So if you do the math works as Iran thirteen plans for a single cup of salad drink. Does a pretty expensive kind of process in terms of of orchids. and. 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If this was something that was produced agriculturally, right these are all being taken from the wild they're harvested and those numbers are mind blowing I had no idea what we were getting into when. We started talking about this just in terms of quantity and like you said, it's not just the fact that they're pulling these plants out of the ground and them for this it's your digging the whole time you're also disrupting habitats and that's something I never see talked about when it comes to harvesting foraging anything like that is the fact that if you're digging things up your
Trump condemns 'dangerous anti-police rhetoric' in Kenosha visit
"A presidential visit dividing kenosha Wisconsin a city shaken by unrest sparked by the police shooting of Jacob Blake and we're going to help them a lot despite pleas from local officials that he stay away. The president used a visit to a key battleground state to press his hardline law and order campaign message. We have to condemn the dangerous anti police rhetoric. It's getting more and more. It's very unfair. You have. Some bad apples I said yesterday I said it last night. There are under tremendous pressure he's referring to a Fox News interview Monday night where he compared the actions of the Kenosha police officer who fired seven shots into Blake's back to a golfer missing a Putt they shooting the guy in the back many times I've been. Couldn't have done something different but they choke just like in a golf tournament they missed three-foot comparing it to golf because of course, the media I'm saying people just ahead of his visit, the president refused to condemn seventeen year old kyle. Rittenhouse believed to be a trump supporter who's charged with shooting and killing two anti-racism protestors thirty, six year old Joseph Rosenbaum and twenty six year old Anthony Huber president trump appeared to justify written houses actions under investigation but I guess he was in very big trouble. He would have been. He probably would have been killed, but it's under it's under investigation. Joe Biden, blasting the president blaming him for stoking violence I think words for president. Matter And when they breed hatred, those folks are hiding none of the rocks come out the Biden campaign in a statement today saying the president of the United States is bizarrely highlighting the unrest and division. He has stoked refusing to condemn violence committed by his own supporters an election year fight over who can keep America safe prolonging one cities pain
Kyle Rittenhouse charged with murder in Kenosha shootings
"Were out in the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, once again last night. Demanding justice for Jacob Blake. He's the African American man shot in the back by police National Guard called in from three states and now new details emerging about the deadly shooting that erupted during a night of unrest earlier this week. 17 year old Kyle Rittenhouse, now in custody, charged with homicide Accused of killing two people and injuring a third team from Antioch, Illinois of former police cadet was seen guarding a car repair shop Tuesday night telling Blaze TV. He was armed with a lethal ammunition projecting from the citizens and I just got a person in the crowd in hour and a half later, the disturbing and graphic incident unfolds detailed in a new criminal complaint. At 11 48 PM Rittenhouse can be seen running across the parking lot. He turns to face a protester now identified as Joseph Rosenbaum and shoots him. He picks up his phone, then runs away. Rosenbaum does not survive. One minute later at 11 49, the shooter could be seen running down the street long gun in hand. Protesters tackle him to the ground. His next victim, Anthony Huber, tries to grab the gun attempting to this arm him with a skateboard, but he's shot in the chest and killed Another protester gauge. Grosskreutz is shot in the arm while his hands are raised at 11 51. He approaches police arriving on the scene. A CZ police move in Rittenhouse Khun be seen with his hands up, but he's not taken into custody. It's not until more than 12 hours later that police announce he's turned himself in across state lines in Illinois. In situations that are high stress. You have such an incredible tunnel vision. So no raising questions about the police response in light of Jacob Blake shooting now Kenosha police revealing new information identifying the officer who shot Blake. Seven times in the back as Rustin, Chesky, Chesky and two other officers have been placed on administrative leave, and a federal civil rights investigation has been opened. Jacob Blake's father, saying his son is handcuffed to his hospital bed while he recovers from the Seven shots to his back. There had been a warrant out for Blake's arrest when Sunday's shooting unfolded, but no word on whether that warrant is why Blake is handcuffed to his bed wth Igor Verner of Wisconsin. Baffled Blake is still partially paralyzed. That's
Former Uber exec charged with trying to hide massive hack
"Executive at Uber is accused of concealing a massive hack that exposed the data of 57 million drivers and passengers. He was fired and now faces criminal charges. NPR's tech correspondent Shannon Bond reports and just a note here Uber is an NPR financial supporter. When Joe Sullivan learns that hackers had stolen huge amounts of data from uber back in 2016. He didn't tell regulators, law enforcement or the public. Instead, federal prosecutors allege, Uber's chief security officer tried to hide it. Here's US Attorney David Anderson, who filed the charges against Sullivan in federal court in Northern California. We expect prompt reporting of criminal conduct. We expect cooperation with our investigations. We will not tolerate corporate cover ups. We will not tolerate illegal hush money payments to keep the incident under wraps. Prosecutors say Sullivan arranged for uber to pay the hackers $100,000, and he had them signed non disclosure agreements, saying falsely that they never stole any data. That payment was made through Uber's Bug bounty program. Many tech companies have similar programs offering rewards to so called white hat hackers that test their systems for vulnerabilities. But Anderson says this payment was not a bug bounty. It was a cover up. The problem isn't with the legitimate bug bounty. The problem is that this house money payment was not a bug bounty best. The problem. Whoever did eventually disclosed the breach and fire Sullivan, but not until a year later. Two men pleaded guilty to the hack last year. Now Sullivan is charged with obstructing justice and concealing a felony. A spokesman for Sullivan says there's no merit to the charges. He says it was up to Uber's legal team to report the reach. Huber says it's cooperating with the investigation. If he's convicted, Sullivan could face up to eight years in prison and $500,000 in fines. Shannon Bond. NPR NEWS, San
"huber" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Visit Huber PM dot com okay voter fraud alerts a woman in central Florida accused of submitting false voter registration information that switched the party affiliations of voters without their knowledge says the sheriff Krystle hall is sixty three work for an organization that helps registered voters turned herself into the cops on the court records judge with ten felony counts of submission of false voter registration information interesting she was changing people from either independent to Republican or Democrat to Republican as we know Republicans aren't the ones really known for doing things like that so it's kind of a stroke of genius if you want to get the other party on the side of voter security election security you need more Republicans cheating then they would join you in this effort to secure bag everybody had to have an ID for everything they do double check everything it didn't dawn on me until I read this if we had more Republicans cheating Democrats would join Republicans election security then voter reform so thank you Mrs Cheryl hall now sixty three years old for opening my eyes all right we're coming up on the news here at seven thirty the next event among other things a day farmers will join us he's in good year rates continue to play play pretty well hopes are high what happened yesterday what's on tap for today he has that in about twenty minutes seven hundred W. L. W. traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati working quickly as possible to contain the spread of coronavirus with the seven thirty report done Ricky Chaigneau breaking now governor Mike DeWine has declared a state of emergency in Ohio as part of an aggressive action to mobilize state resources to contain the spread of cobit nineteen this following the state's first confirmed cases yesterday they're gonna be absences businesses are going to have to take steps about employees being out sick that is doctor any acting with the Ohio department of health speaking over the weekend giving warnings as Ohio prepared for coronavirus and it has now been confirmed in the state three cases in Cuyahoga county governor Mike DeWine is now declared a state of emergency as a way for state agencies to better coordinate the response the state has a website with more information coronavirus DOT Ohio dot gov I'm Jacque Crumley news radio seven hundred WLW meanwhile last night Kentucky governor Andy Beshear confirmed two more cases in his state bringing the total in Kentucky to six tonight we can report that we ran thirteen cases today two new positives eleven negatives are new positive cases are one from Harrison County and one from one in Fayette County the state also confirming that one person who tested positive for corona worked at a Walmart in Cynthiana half a dozen co workers are isolated but right now not shown any symptoms of cobit nineteen now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC help traffic center offering the only level for maternal care facility in Cincinnati at UC Medical Center provides the highest level of care for pregnant and postpartum patients north Penn seventy five slows just north of turf way into town but the earlier accident the western hills viaduct that had the left lane blocked off that was adding to that the way is now clear looking much better out of downtown south bend seventy five slows off and on from union center through block on split on southbound seventy one the brake light started field journal and continue down to Red Bank north bound for seventy one crews are working with the wreck and grant bad ads to heavy traffic out of south gate there's a wreck on Colerain and hobble in on Gilmore at Dixie chucking removes radio seven hundred WLW this report is sponsored by Bob Evans restaurant Bob Evans new farm.
"huber" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"I'm just trying to keep everything straight, folks. I'm sorry. One last thing on this case. So John Huber's the US attorney out there supposedly investigating all of this. It's also pretty fascinating that Jon Huber is appointed right around in June. When I talk about all this. Civil war stuff is Muller gets wind, June June, July period likely gets wind of the fact that these FBI techs have been exposed which will blow up this whole case indicating that they were spying on the Trump team with very little information. Best remembered, Peter stroke himself, the lead investigator who says no there there. So Huber's appointed right around that time and Huber's one of the three that are not fired by Trump. Folks. This case is going to get really interesting, really fast. Remember Assange has this information. Assange has been out there for a very long time. There are indications that critical players involved with some of the conspirators in this spy gate drama who have acted as sources and lawyers for sources have met with Assange. Assange knows something. There's no doubt about that. The question to come out now from this point on I'm gonna leave you with a couple of open questions because I don't want to suggest this is all tied up in a neat. Little bow in a ribbon. Who was assigned getting his information from if we can confirm? This was not in fact, the Russians this is going to be devastating. How early on the key players at the FBI know about Assange is information. In other words, if he didn't get it from the Russians, and they're still not any really hard evidence about the Russian hacker, the DNC how much of that got its way Amanda its way around the FBI. And if it did why did they still investigate a case of Russians hack in the DNC? It would make sense, then why the F B I wouldn't demand the computers from the DNC and would allow crowd strike a non law enforcement entity to do it. Folks. This thing's about the blow wide open. This report is going to be fascinating one quick note on that. I'm going to be traveling this week for some FOX stuff. We are going to do a video of Ideo show. It may not be in my studio. It may look a little, you know, YouTube sometimes people do it's not going to be on an iphone or anything. But it's not going to be like this, please tune in. I cannot miss the mall report on Thursday Friday. But I am traveling. Absolutely do not want to miss the show. And I want to be there for you. So forgive us about the video quality, but please tune in. I promise you will still have all of our facts and our things clips and stuff like that. So Paulo wanted me to mention them. I'm just I don't know, folks. I'm blown away by this whole. Yeah. Me too. Is that point angle fascinating? Man. Fascinating went. They why would Trump not fire point day knows everything went as the guy in the eastern district as they're investigating. This whole thing about Assange, who's the key to the whole collusion thing. Gosh, this guy could take everybody down is he working with the Trump? This is fascinating with Uber. Fascinating. What do they know about Assange? All right. Let's move on today show. Also brought to you by buddies that I target. This is the finest system out there for improving your marksmanship..
"huber" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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