17 Burst results for "Italian Supreme Court"
"italian supreme court" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From NPR and WBZ Chicago This is wait wait dunk tell navy in PR news quiz I'm Bill Curtis we're playing this week with Chris Stella Alonso Paula poundstone and Morocco And here again is your host We've just upgraded to a 5 P at Peter Segal Thank you Bill right now it is time for the wait wait don't tell me what's the listen again call one triple 8 wait wait to play our game in the air high Euron wait wait don't tell me Fantastic I'm so glad to be here I'm Sean Kidd and just across the Lake from you So if I stand on a real tall sand dune and wait you might be able to see me I'm waving back I'm waving back Where you're in Michigan where are you I am I'm in Kalamazoo Oh I love Kalamazoo been there once or twice It's really lovely there What do you do there I am a United methodist pastor here Oh wow Okay Now I have to admit I'm not that familiar with the various I don't know divisions in the Protestant church So united methodists where is your religion in the playoffs right Exactly Oh you know we're hurting a little bit over here Well welcome to the show Sean It is nice to have you with us You're going to play the game in which you must tell truth from fiction Bill what is Sean's topic Good fences make good neighbors Usually disputes between neighbors can be resolved with a simple conversation or a little arson But this week we heard about a problem with the neighbors that got out of hand Our panel is going to tell you about it pick the one is telling the truth and you will win our prize the wait waiter of your choice on your voicemail Are you ready to play I am All right well first then let us hear from Paula poundstone The house at 5 22 cold rain circle in the almost fairytale neighborhood in samath Washington sold quickly to the sedge family a year ago And why not Their neighbors were an older couple who had raised a big family there They were lovely Within months the sedatives were calling the cops on their neighbors and petitioning for stricter zoning laws They had 13 kids says John said it And every one of them got married and remarried in their backyard They sometimes have two weddings a weekend They have a Beatles tribute band on salary Susan went on John and I had a fight during their son Angus vows right in the middle of our journey of love will never end The whole wedding party could hear me scream don't You touch me We were patient with the manure smell from the brides that arrived on 6 white horses but the rose petals fired from cannons at the sunrise wedding and the F-16 jet flyovers were too much we thought we were under attack until we heard the reggae version of sunrise sunset That's when we called the police A neighbor gets really upset at all the joy and love and happiness at all the weddings and their neighbors backyard Your next story of a neighborly menace comes from cristela Alonso Can't sleep Try counting toilet flushes which is what a couple in the Italian town of Las Vegas did Because the four brothers who owned the apartment next door installed their toilet directly on the other side of the wall from the couple's bed So naturally they took the brothers next door to court and just this week 19 years later they finally got a judgment in their favor The Supreme Court of Italy has ruled that the noise of a toilet when you're trying to sleep is a violation of the European convention of human rights But why did it take 19 years Because Italian courts both are forced to take any case that comes to them And also the judges are busy with passionate affairs and jazz jury with their hands An Italian dispute between neighbors takes 19 years to be finally found a human rights violation by the Italian Supreme Court Your last story of a problem next door comes from Morocco It's no secret that brick and mortar retail has been fighting a losing battle with online shopping And some of the biggest casualties have been mannequins Joyce Sims of Little Rock decided that these stoic soldiers of consumer culture passed deserved a proper send off and so she turned her yard into a burial ground For mannequins soon enough boxes were arriving from across the country and Sims got ordained A mannequin from Manhattan's chic bendel's boutique was buried after a short discreet service the mourners in all black with sunglasses driven away in limos But when a pair of mannequins from New Orleans Maison blanche department store were laid to rest after a raucous procession of jazz musicians paraded through the neighborhood the mannequins carried by horse drawn carriage neighbors began complaining The final straw when a mannequin from the Indian owned max fashion in Denver arrived says neighbor Evans shield when joy built a giant funeral pyre in our backyard and set it on fire for the cremation of that mannequin I said enough But choice Sims isn't packing town Sir hate has no home here My yard is a sacred resting place for mannequins of all fates All right so there was a neighborly dispute in the news which was it from Paula pounced on neighbors in California getting upset with their neighbors for constantly throwing weddings from cristela Alonso dispute between neighbors in Italy that went all the way to the Italian Supreme Court where they decided that a flushing toilet on the other side of a wall was a human rights violation or from mo a mannequin burial ground in Little Rock that caused a lot of consternation to the neighbors which of these was the real story of a dispute between neighbors and the news Well as much as I love weddings and funerals as a pastor I think that both of those sounds a little outlandish So I am going to go with the middle one I'm going to go with number two You're going to go with Chris Stella's story of the Italian dispute with the toilet and the other side of the bedroom wall reaching the Supreme Court That's your choice Well we spoke to a reporter who covered the real story and brought it to our attention They cited basic rights that all people have and one of them is being able to sleep uninterrupted by the sound of a toilet That was Marissa yati She is The Washington Post writer reported on the Italian toilet and the human rights violation Congratulations you got it right Hey thank you so much You earned a point for Stella simply for telling a true story well and you have won our game and our prize The voice of anyone you might choose on your voicemail Congratulations Thanks so much How great it's been a lot of fun Thank you It's been fun to have you See you over coffee this Sunday See you there Peter.
"italian supreme court" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Raucous procession of jazz musicians paraded through the neighborhood the mannequins carried by horse drawn carriage neighbors began complaining The final straw when a mannequin from the Indian owned Matt's fashion in Denver arrived says neighbor Evans shield when joy built a giant funeral pyre in our backyard and set it on fire for the cremation of that mannequin I said enough But choice Sims isn't packing town Sir hate has no home here My yard is a sacred resting place for mannequins of all things All right So there was a neighborly dispute in the news which was it from Paula pounce no neighbors in California getting upset with their neighbors for constantly throwing weddings from cristela Alonso dispute between neighbors in Italy that went all the way to the Italian Supreme Court where they decided that a flushing toilet on the other side of a wall was a human rights violation or from mo a mannequin burial ground in Little Rock that caused a lot of consternation to the neighbors which of these was the real story of a dispute between neighbors and the news Well as much as I love weddings and funerals as a pastor I think that both of those sounds a little outlandish So I am going to go with the middle one I'm going to go with number two You're going to go with Chris Stella's story of the Italian dispute with the toilet and the other side of the bedroom wall reaching the Supreme Court That's your choice Well we spoke to a reporter who covered the real story and brought it to our attention They cited basic rights that all people have and one of them is being able to sleep uninterrupted by the sound of a toilet That was Marissa yati She is The Washington Post writer reported on the Italian toilet and the human rights violation Congratulations you got it right Hey thank you so much You earned a point for Stella simply for telling a true story well and you have won our game and our prize the voice of anyone you might choose on your voicemail Congratulations Thanks so much How great it's been a lot of fun Thank you It's been fun to have me See you over coffee this Sunday See you there And now the game where people who spend decades honing their talents are asked to try something that utilizes none of them It's called not my job Brian Cox is British theater royalty with leading roles at the National Theater in the RSC Broadway and in the West End but the reason we are both very excited and a little scared to have a mom with us today is his starring role as billionaire patriarch Logan Roy on HBO's Succession He's got a new memoir of his life and career called putting the rabbit in the hat and he joins us now Brian Cox welcome to wait wait don't.
"italian supreme court" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"A neighbor gets really upset at all the joy and love and happiness at all the weddings and their neighbors backyard Your next story of a neighborly menace comes from cristela Alonso Can't sleep Try counting toilet flushes which is what a couple in the Italian town of Las Vegas did Because the four brothers who owned the apartment next door installed their toilet directly on the other side of the wall from the couple's bed So naturally they took the brothers next door to court and just this week 19 years later they finally got a judgment in their favor The Supreme Court of Italy has ruled that the noise of a toilet when you're trying to sleep is a violation of the European convention of human rights But why did it take 19 years Because Italian courts both are forced to take any case that comes to them and also the judges are busy with passionate affairs and jazz during with their hands An Italian dispute between neighbors takes 19 years to be finally found a human rights violation by the Italian Supreme Court your last story of a problem next door comes from Morocco It's no secret that brick and mortar retail has been fighting a losing battle with online shopping And some of the biggest casualties have been mannequins Joyce Sims of Little Rock decided that these stoic soldiers of consumer culture passed deserved a proper send off and so she turned her yard into a burial ground For mannequins Soon enough boxes were arriving from across the country and Sims got ordained A mannequin from Manhattan's chic bendel's boutique was buried after a short discreet service the mourners in all black but sunglasses driven away in limos But when a pair of mannequins from New Orleans Maison blanche department store were laid to rest after.
"italian supreme court" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Coming from a very an African background, every Sunday, among the Sydney and my four sisters and actually do my hair. So for me here is actually that moment of connecting with different women, you know, of my family giggling and also that being actually affect our relationship with our hair. Because when something is so frustrating to deal with it, you end up despising it. More on that later. But first, Amanda Knox, a woman whose name became synonymous with a terrible tragedy, and who is still trying to reclaim her identity and the truth. 14 years ago this week, British students Meredith kercher was sexually assaulted and killed in a brutal attack in her apartments in Italy. She was just 21. Her death was shocking and horrendous for her family. But sadly, Meredith kercher did not become the most memorable name in the investigation that followed. Amanda Knox was Meredith's American flatmate, and prosecutors under global pressure to solve the crime, focused on Amanda and her boyfriend of a few days, Raphael, as the world's media descended, a narrative quickly emerged of a sexually voracious femme fatale and her accomplice, who they said had killed Meredith in a drug field sex game gone wrong. Amanda was dubbed foxy knoxy by the media. Aged 20 thousands of miles from home, with only a basic grasp of Italian, Amanda was interrogated by police for hours and hours without a lawyer or interpreter. During which she implicated a man who was later released and signed a statement that placed her at the crime scene, which she then recanted. Despite the separate arrest, conviction and imprisonment of rudiger for the crime. His DNA was found all over the crime scene, Amanda was also found guilty and sentenced to 26 years. She was freed on appeal in 2011 after four years in prison. After another trial reinstated her conviction, the Italian Supreme Court presided over an appeal which fully exonerated her in 2015 and pointed to glaring errors in the original investigation. Amanda now lives back in Seattle, is married, and has just had a baby. She's built a career as a writer, podcaster and campaigner. However, a decade on from her prison release, she says she's not able to restore her reputation or take back control of her story. She's got a particularly complicated relationship with the British media and hasn't conducted a UK interview for years, but has been compelled to speak out because of a new film still water, starring Matt Damon, which she says, drew on and profited from her experience without her consent..
"italian supreme court" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"Another exclusive interview today, with Amanda Knox, a woman whose name became synonymous with a terrible tragedy, and who still trying to reclaim her identity and the truth. 14 years ago this week, British student Meredith kercher was sexually assaulted and killed in a brutal attack in her apartment in Italy. She was just 21, her death was shocking and horrendous for her family. They have sent us a statement today which I will read later. But sadly, Meredith kercher did not become the most memorable name in the investigation that followed. Amanda Knox was Meredith's American flatmate, and prosecutors under global pressure to solve the crime, focused on Amanda and her boyfriend of a few days, raffaelli solito, as the world's media descended, a narrative quickly emerged of a sexually voracious femme fatale, and her accomplice, who they said had killed Meredith in a drug fueled sex game gone wrong. Amanda was dubbed foxy knoxy by the media. Aged 20,000s of miles from home, with only a basic grasp of Italian, Amanda was interrogated by police for hours and hours without a lawyer or interpreter. During which she implicated a man who was later released, and signed a statement that placed her at the crime scene, which she then recanted. Despite the separate arrest, conviction and imprisonment of Rudy gede for the crime, his DNA was found all over the crime scene, Amanda was also found guilty and sentenced to 26 years. She was freed on appeal in 2011 after four years in prison. And after another trial reinstated her conviction, the Italian Supreme Court presided over an appeal which fully exonerated her in 2015, and pointed to glaring errors in the original investigation. Amanda now lives back in Seattle, is married and has just had a baby. She's built a career as a writer, podcaster and campaigner. However, a decade on from her prison release, she says she's not been able to restore her reputation or take back control of her story. She has a particularly complicated relationship with the British media and hasn't conducted a UK interview for years. But has been compelled to speak out because of a new film still water starring Matt Damon, which she says drew on and profited from her experience without her consent..
"italian supreme court" Discussed on And That's Why We Drink
"I think maybe a couple weeks ago or something. There was one that really got me going. I think this pizza. Yeah this one. So infuriating were thankfully almost the end but amanda rafael. their families. The entire world was stunned. Especially in the us when you're used to like if you get off or you're convicted or acquitted your fine like your without charge. You're done like you don't need to face trial for that again. But everyone was shocked. So let's see. Obviously they still maintain their innocence on. May i two thousand fourteen. Amanda didn't interview a cnn where she asserted. I did not kill my friend. I did not wield knife. I had no reason to. She's probably ingrained. These into her fucking brain by now should probably heard daily affirmation yet like literally. Yeah so then. On march twenty seven two thousand fifteen and italian supreme court thank the lord overturned mandate conviction for the murder of her roommate meredith curvature so she and rafael finally free. I'm guessing there's probably some limit on how many times you can retry somebody because now. Apparently they're they're like they're out of there. Why did they overturn it again. Why it was just the same kind of process all over again. There lawyers appealed it. They brought the same forensic evidence to the table. They had to like sit in jail again while they this. I don't think so. I think it was going through the appeals process and they were just waiting so they thought they were going to end up going back to jail but reeve live your nightmare and after everything you went through for three years almost exact same amount of time..
"italian supreme court" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny
"First job site and pressed a well, Amanda germain's What You're Made? I'm going to make sure he sees this month. Yeah, well, I'm also Twitter friends with Jemaine and at the very least I have sent him a somewhat like creepy with. Like I love you song message very much what I said, I promise he doesn't follow me. So it's fine. Y'all have fun. Yellow friends with him and I will show you said you loved. Yeah, he's right. I haven't cuz he didn't follow me. Yeah. But a man, you respond though, as he was, he he was very nice. He was very sweet. Yeah. Oh, that's so, that's so great. I one last question before I get yourself off. Safe in the documentary. There's a second try Channel and you're here, obviously you're out, but there's like some weird like appeal trial or something material that you obviously with it. And you're the, the guy you were dating ones and that's all good. If you had lost what would have happened? Yeah, so first of all, I did lose the first time around while you were here. I was yeah, while I was here. So I was really nice cuz I remember going. Yeah, she's going to head back. Like yeah, well, I I think my words were kicking and screaming. Like, but yeah, the people made a Heyday out of that and it was like, come on. What would you do? I'm going to page. This is what I'm saying, but like four years, I'm going to be me now. Yeah, yeah, yeah. So in Italy they don't do double jeopardy. The same way that they do here. So dead. Prosecutors can also appeal, acquittals and they appealed, my acquittal it was sent back for retrial. I was convicted again and then it was off to the Italian Supreme Court and they overturned it and definitively acquitted me. So, that is the sort of back-and-forth Kangaroo Court situation that I dealt with. And I will say that. During that time. I lived in limbo. Like, I could, I went back to school but I was, you know, like, okay. Am I going to get my degree and go back to prison? Like, I would make friends, like I can't do anything. The government has extradited you just like you would not have gotten extra, I didn't know. Well, so we have an extradition treaty with Italy. I don't feel like we would have sent you back. I don't like, I can't say, what would have happened, but I can tell you is what I Was preparing wage. To have happen. And what I Was preparing for was to turn myself into local authorities to hopefully try to, if they were going to, you know, impose a sentence on me. I was going to fight to the very least request that I served my sentence in the United States so that it was easier..
"italian supreme court" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And lay down, and I'm sad. Why are we playing a 50 year old countries Young, written by Chris In Tom McCarthy's most excellent with Matt Damon, giving the best performance of his career in this movie called Still Water. And so that is a sign from 1971 and Roger is convinced it's going to be a huge and it's just premiered at Com. Just it was at the Cannes Film Festival and, um so, Roger Friedman said. So this is Tom McCarthy, who Oscar winning writer and director of spotlight If you saw that movie, amazing movie about the Boston newspapers investigation into the Catholic Church, Uh, he also did the station agent with Peter Dinklage and the visitor and he said Uh, this is you could say the idea is not completely original because it's influenced by the case of Amanda Knox, the American girl who is accused of killing her roommate in Italy. She spent four years in the prison in Italy and then the Italian Supreme Court released her. So McCarthy, who uses this as a jumping off point to write his own version of what he thinks happen, and he's created the father of the girl in the person of Matt Damon named Bill Blake. And let's say this is the best. Performance in a 25 year. Career of really good acting right? And he's the dad. Bill Baker is the dad. He's in Oklahoma Oil worker who visits his daughter. Mercy. France. Yes. Where she is in prison for the murder of her girlfriend and the gal. The woman who's the French liaison for him. Whatever is our gal from, um, call my agent. Her name is Camille Cotinine. She's amazing. And Abigail Breslin pays his daughter right? And, uh, the daughter says to him what What if I know who the real murder is, If only he can be found and Bill will have to do it since, uh, you know, her lawyer, which is played by, I think by Camille says it's a dead end. So it's about that. And McCarthy is really he. He just said this is amazing. How far will the dad go to get his daughter out of prison? This man is from Stillwater, Oklahoma Nut Stillwater, Minnesota and, uh, he said, this is just a tour to divorce and men and women will both like this movie, and this opens July 30th in theaters. Oh, it sounds so good. And Matt Damon, If you remember what that performance in Martian that was, that was everything. And we ain't married eight Mars we We hate the thought of spending four years going to visit a planet which we're never going to do. But I mean that he Matt Damon is an amazing actor. Yeah, Roger thinks radio programmers would be smart to take out the Sammy Smith version of Make it through the night and dusted off because they're going to get requests like crazy and we just played that for you so gone full circle and why we played the song. Right. Okay. So then Chris Hewitt had a great story. Great school. I hope this gets picked up by other outlets. Um, the Sean Penn movie that is getting raves that debuted at Cannes Film Festival A couple days talked about yesterday. Okay? Was it just yesterday starring his daughter? It's called Flag Day. Well, apparently, and we knew it was based on a memoir called The Flim Flam Man. The True story of my Father's counter for life. What we didn't know. And Chris is sharing with us is that Jennifer Vogel is you know she's a former city pages, NPR journalists from Minnesota. It's about her dad, and he interviewed her. Because she was in can remember when I said, uh Sean Penn was flying 70 people associated with the films too, can on his budget. Yes, is he's directing himself in this movie. So and I guess she's working on a novel okay, And but she went to Cannes and talked to Chris, she said. I never This movie her book. Her memo was optioned in 2000 and four and it went through numerous Oscar winners and studio changes until Shawn Got into Shawn's hand, and he decided to direct and stars her father, and she said, when somebody like Sean Penn says he wants to do it. It's just it just happened, you know, but it took that long, You know to happen and she said, I never dreamed I would be in can watching a film based on my life. My memoir on the Mediterranean. Wearing high heels, sipping champagne on a veranda, and she also had champagne in her hair at a pre show party, a server splashed on her, and her stylist told her the booze would enhance her red carpet do Wow! And she says she manned up writing about the experience of being in Cannes, which included observing people and elegant ball gowns. Holding up signs in French that said, need tickets and watching paparazzi swerve away from her in search of somebody Who's somebody? Which we know we've seen that happen, she said. I got picked up by a festival card. The airport and people are clustering around my car with their cameras. Who is it? Who is it? And it's just me in sweat pants. Yeah, sweatshirt from along international flight, and nobody knows who she is. And she said at the screen, she was seated next star Dylan Penn. Who's playing basically her. And in his curtain speech, Sean Penn thanked his daughter and the woman she played. And, um, Sean points to me after he talks about me and I'm like, Oh, no. Everyone is looking at me and Oliver Stone is in the road ahead. So I'm looking into Oliver's eyes as I'm getting a standing ovation. For what? I'm not sure how. Yeah. How exciting? No. And and I'm just that the thing is, is that the reviews are all over the board for the flag and a little lower than you'd want. Yeah, we'll go see it anyway. Yeah, you will. I will, For sure. I mean, yeah, And so because there's some people that said, if it was an unknown director, this would have been a good movie. But everyone knows Sean Penn, and they expect more. So there's a little expectation in there, but, um, there's some good and some bad. Yeah, and remember, he isn't It hasn't been reviewed in the US This is just foreign. Yeah, And then you know, these are these are no. These are little. Yeah, Yeah. All right, then. The other movie that's making buzz in Cannes is a movie called Red Rocket. Okay. What's that? Which that God, a standing ovation. Uh, about nine minutes about the same as the flag day. These are how do it must just be? Because the director the cast is there. So you of course It's like seeing a Broadway play. Yes, Yes. So you just stand and stand and stand and stand, right? Yes. French Dispatch. There was so many stars. You had to keep clapping because they're clapping because they all turn around and.
"italian supreme court" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Outside of like just the movie look bay looking fucking awesome to be honest like it looks it. Looks like a compelling watch. What do you think what i like about this is you can see. I was going to say that you can tell that he's trying but it's more than that. It's it's i like the fact that he's doing an accent. I like the fact that he's got. The facial hair is made some choices. And i'm big. I like it when actors have a diverse series of roles under their belt I just think it. It's more impressive that way. Where if you would make like a like a super smash brothers game of an actors like list of cactus. They've done I think and if they're all really different that's awesome. That's really cool. And matt damon. I feel like he's a great actor without a doubt great. Act off a lot of us roles you know. He's he's basically. he's the guy from boston. It's not really differentiating elements but But you know he's still smashes them. It's yeah that's the style. I guess you get what you pay for with this. He's taken some risks is making some choices. And i really admire that. I think the story seems a concepts. I'm i'm not really sure what's makeover other than like i know this great taleban camera. Yeah to on this one other than more sir. I dislike the fact of seeing matt damon. Doing something a little bit different Some reading it looks like it's loosely based on a true story Amanda knox amanda. Knox is a american woman who spent almost four years in an italian prison following conviction. For the two thousand. Seven meadow of meredith coccia a fellow exchange student who shot her apartment in two thousand fifteen knox was definitively acquitted by the italian supreme. Court of cassation nuts. I am even more excited now. Knowing this is limited iceland them. that's awesome. Yeah fuck Let's get to the pile of shit pot of the Oh okay podcasts. Well i mean. Look i'm taking this in Like i've done the quality site if you've if you've noticed have hosted this stuff has been at the top now getting to the ship and i'm putting on my plastic gloves like like like i'm putting on my mosque. I'm gonna blagent hand my toilet scrubber the goma plunge on ready to go because an extra things we're going to talk about a venom leather be carnage and spiral sir. Let's get to them. I An you probably don't share my thoughts on spiral but i can't wait. I can't wait let's get the venom. Let the become rich. Fuck me man. Fuck stop I want to speak directly to one of our listeners. One of al longtime fans Mr andy circus. Who i know if you're listening right now are you k- like you know. The public will see this urine lord of the rings. There was a in fucking plan of the see. Are you aware how they got your wife and child hostage. Are you directing this under gunpoint. You know you better than this man. His message to manado tra- jbl dot com. We will respond accordingly. Blink if you're if you're under gunpoint right now it's Look the the early sense of hope i ever had for..
"italian supreme court" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"With David and Alan Masters. Here's your host. It is perilous World radio. I'm David Masters Alan Masters not able to join us on the show today, but it is going to be a jam packed show because there's so much going on. And here's the interesting part of all this. With the fact that Google and Twitter and Parlor and Facebook have now banned all the fake news quote, Air quotes, Fake news You're going to be able to sort of sort things out. Maybe a little bit easier. I'm joking when I say fake news because to them what we talk about on the right in our conservative beliefs. To them. That's fake news to them that sedition But there is a report now that Trump President Trump has signed the Insurrection Act, Okay, meaning that we are now in an internal war in the United States of America. Here's what I'm reading, it says Expect, prepare for blackouts and interruptions of other services. 80 EMS, etcetera. During the next 9 to 10 days when the stuff fully hits the fan do not listen to the mainstream media instead tune into the emergency broadcast network. It sounds like that will include cellular phones. California has issued a band for travel. Listen to this. A ban for traveling over 120 Miles. That's one tank of gas there and back. So for those of you who are listening, interesting stuff is happening. These are truly perilous. Times Professor Ali foe. The orzo, lawyer of the Italian Supreme Court, reads an affidavit. With the testimony of Arturo the Aaliya. Who testifies under oath that he is responsible for stealing the United States election. Listen to this lawyer off the human way, like Catania do hereby provide following Hillary Off act as convenient in several meetings with high level Army and security services. Official Tour of the area. Forman head off the IittIe department off little numbers here has been charged by the public prosecutor of Naples for technology data manipulation and implantation of violence is in the main computer so vulnerable spot in December 20 under instruction direction off US sons working from U. S Embassy Room on the took the operation Toes, which they from the U. S election off 3rd November 2020 from significant imagine of victory from Donald Trump to job by them in a number of states, where Joe Biden was losing the vote totals. Defend that states that he was working in this kind of facility of literature on the spot and would realize it military. Great cyber WEFA Infection capabilities. Trust me switch it votes via military satellite off national tower to Frankfurt, Germany. The defendant's Where's that the data in some cases may have been switching to represent more than total voters. Images through the defendant. States is willing to testify to all individuals and entities involvement in is reaching off votes from Donald Trump. Joe Biden when he shall be in total protection from himself and his family. Defended states is security in an undisclosed location, the pick up off the original data, and they switch up on instruction to provide the evidence at court. In this matter. I hereby the claim in his where the APPO states. Facts have been stated in my presence. Okay, Now we've heard this being spoken about over the last several weeks. Mainly in the last week that this professor Alfio, there were so lawyer of the Italian Supreme Court now has verified at least I don't know if this is true, Okay? I can only tell you that this was posted on a reputable conservative site. And that's all I know. Now there are other things happening and one of the most important things and I want to play this clip. I know he's gonna play something else. But I want to play a clip. 27. This is insurgent. This is the founder of radical Left wing activist Group Insurgents USA. John Sullivan, who was at the Capitol. And filmed Ashley Babbitt, who was shot by the capital police lying in a pool of blood. Sullivan is a well known violent agitator in Utah who was arrested for violence against conservatives. Listen to what This crazy unhinged. Sullivan has to say what's going on everybody. My name's John Sullivan. I'm from solid.
"italian supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"77 w A. B. C Oh, great man. Really Nice to talk to you. I just really wanted a report that one of the phone calls you had. Where did basically really disparaged the President? United States Just gotta act. This guy who he's off. Is that what they think about those ballots or pulled out from under a table? How come nobody has ever pushed the fact when Trump should have put that on that call why the world is not felt below fact that they shut down that voting poll area and pull those balance out. I don't understand what happened to those people that did it. Anybody else would have been arrested. I don't get it. Why were they not properly counted with supervision? That alone should warrant a huge investigation across the board. Anyway? That's what I want to tell you. And I and I thank you for the call. Let's now go. This is Dominic Carter here with you on talk radio 77. W A. B. C. I'll be here all week long. Let's go toe. Mike Mike is calling from New York City. Good evening, Mike. What's on your mind? How you doing, Dominic? I'm doing well, I hope you're doing the same. Thank God I am. Yeah, This was nothing but entrapment and, uh, President Trump should him right where it hurts in a pocket. So I just want to say one thing if I may. You remember Ross Supreme Court Colucci, the Italian Supreme Court judge that was found with a pillowcase always face. I recall the situation. Go ahead. Yeah, well, I hate to say, but I think there was some foul play there. But if Democrats Okay, and I think president structure do an executive water to investigate that man stepped in. Because you're so could be screaming for justice. Right? Okay. But right now we're talking about Thank you for the court. We didn't mean to cut you off. Right now. We're talking about what happened. And that telephone call that our long telephone call between the president of the United States and the secretary of state in Georgia. Let's go to Christine. In Manhattan. Good evening. You're on talk radio 77 w A. B. C Hi, Dominick. Thank you for taking my call. Thank you. Trump supporter. OK, And I think that the telephone call that we're talking about. I'm keeping my eye on the ball is nothing different from what they've tried to do to this president since the day he was elected. It's lies. It's slander. It's insulting. He was. We're on the brink of losing our republic, but but, you know, Christine, but at some point We in the media, You have to be fair that this is not fair. It's not right. If you want to say if you want to say it was a boneheaded move to make the call. I can agree with that. If you want to say it was George dropping, I can agree with that. But to say criminal, I know I'm saying that but to say criminal activity from the president based on the hour long called that I heard It wasn't any criminal activity, and it's never been any criminal activity on his part. He's trying to save the republic. You're absolutely right about the phone call. The phone call was just one more in a Syriza's attacks they made on this man, and what's going on in the United States of America today is tantamount to what happened in China. During the Cultural Revolution. Well, I I thank you for the telephone call. This is Dominic Carter. Here on talk radio. 77. W A B C When we come back, President Trump is still speaking, Uh, live as we are on the air in the state of Georgia. We're going to talk about those runoff elections and I will tell you based on what I'm seeing. Why I believe that the Democrats have a strong edge and may actually win each of those contest. W A. B C traffic in transit. An accident on the Jackie Robinson Parkway. Good evening Way time. Steve Reggie TALK RADIO 77 w A. B C West and Jackie Robinson, right by Metropolitan Avenue. You have a crash there in Queens. Delays is you come out of the Kew Gardens Interchange Hudson River crossings. They're good. No problems to W. Lincoln or Holland tunnels. West General 22 Hillside, New Jersey. There's an accident at Cornell Place just before you get to the Garden State Parkway. And Interstate 80 going west Grand exit. 30 and Warden cleaning up a fender bender there. Alternate side parking rules are in effect. I'm Steve. Reggie. Talk radio 77 w A B C. It's Brian Kilmeade here to tell you what my buddy Arthur Lee invented life.
"italian supreme court" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Couple of things here, University Research finds a connection between defund the police push and violent crime Spike. No one is surprised Extra 710 more homicides this year than initially. I anticipated that were expected. No, that's like obvious news. 51% of the United States want Amy Cockney Barrett, seated on the Supreme Court, a majority This is And they said that 25% of Americans didn't really have an opinion in the in the initial measure for the president's election. 3% have absolutely no opinion at all whatsoever. How? Who are you? The 3%. Who are these people? Apparently Poland moves closer to the United States and other trump foreign policy success that you're not hearing about at all media because it's media thiss, the president and the administration had been working. With full ones, the Polish ambassador and other Polish leaders and they're allowing its American visa waiver program. They're allowing Polish citizens to apply to travel to the U. S for tourism or business purposes. Without obtaining a visa privilege extended only to a small number of American allies. And this is all related to the economy, Foreign policy and this is this is actually very good news, too. But you're not gonna really be hearing a lot about that. I know you guys heard about The New Yorker magazine suspending Jeffrey Toobin because he was on a zoom call, and he whipped it out. I don't know how else to put it, apparently. He was also doing something else, according to two other people who are on the call of the same time, and I'm leaving it at that. He is a disgusting human. He's disgusting. Never forget this. Dita at Italian Supreme Court confirms that the blue that the Burberry check pattern is famous the Burberry check. Apparently, this has been an ongoing trademark fight and in an Italian court and the Supreme Court of Italy Day they were they've been waging war against all a handful of Chinese entities that have been sewing garments of a plaid prints, so they actually want Burberry won. Of course, they didn't have a lot more in store including Thie. Biden Harris Tax Plan. When Do you hear this with US? Quickfire is brought to you by Celtic innovation quality performance family All know you can trust me because I never have a sponsor on this program that I don't feel confident..
"italian supreme court" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"As we try to transfer. send funeral festival yes. where will. the help begin the ninety third anniversary of what will be down ten straight. so. magnificent in the aftermath of the St general festival at the ill cord T. less restaurant that hosted us. their own jetset Juliet was normally here with me from twelve to three Monday through Fridays had immediately sat down with her husband Johnny boy the heavy metal rock star who is in attendance full blown Italian American from valley stream and they was so enamored with the offer that was being made by the embattled Italian government that in order to raise lira in your role or beginning to sell villages houses and locations especially down the the boot in southern Italy which had been vacated generally by an aging population that is not been replaced other than by illegal aliens that Italy is obviously not at all interested in having and so they are selling they are selling homes say a selling villages they are selling the rights to property dirt cheap in fact in one instance says selling an old villa for one dollar fifty cents American dollars if you want to be you a few hundred lire few Ural and chanted Juliet and her husband Johnny boy know that there is a five o'clock deadline so they over at the Italian embassy as we speak trying to dot the I's cross the T. and make a deal of their lifetime because they love Italy so much as you know it said talk often about her love for going to Venezia and going up and down in the gondolas in the canals and she just loves the life of me tell you so god bless them today I'm hoping they can find a location in which they can have a second home of their own. joy is your result of that with the Italian embassy calling her early this morning they are now at the embassy trying to secure that deal of a lifetime and I give my blessing suggests a Juliet and Jackie boy to do so because then maybe should be doing some of the blood test for me tell you and we can conveniently cut the cord so all of a sudden she had said Juliet is talking from Italy somewhere down the the boot maybe need body got liability see Chile no poll Napoli don and then suddenly she's talking to herself the way I often do when I'm in the park with the pigeons and feeding them progress a web crumbs as a result of that Richie Valdez in the house he is the phone screening he has he handles all the calls from hillbillies across the nation to the mark Levin shows sixty nine Monday through Fridays and as you know his claim to fame to everybody across America he was the first of many Republican candidates who have stepped up and said I want to knock out of the box a see in her congressional district in twenty twenty and you were the first to call all out crazy right yes Sir all out crazy so are you ready to recapture what was the flavor of the centenary festival yesterday let's go we are high atop Madison Square Garden these great facilities provided for us in order to do this broadcast to all of you thank you and Jay died dot com and let me take you back if I can there was that moment in which we were in the midst of our broadcasts and although I had done my prayers and as you know I'm in a MP Catholic catches on Wednesday problems on Sunday then you don't see me for a month of Sundays I had gone to the church of the most precious blood that is on the corner of Canal Street in mulberry street which is either the end of the start of the annual send him their role parade it's also which houses the statue of San genero which tomorrow will be lifted up by the bulls and will be walk. to the streets for the official start and it'll be anticipated that got homes like you that's right Reggie and other like Christian and prime I'm glued there when you see the statue of St general passing by and you see the apron that's attached to the statue with the ribbons then you will reach into your pocket because this is the test of manhood this is the testimony are you going to pay a hundred dollars a Benjamin a European fifty dollars twenty dollars ten five one dollars not gonna look too good the whole world of Italian Supreme Court jeans values will be watching it at central passing you tomorrow at about three o'clock in the afternoon would you reach the. that this be pinning money put CUNY American currency on that statue hoping for good luck again sales you all out crazy so yeah I'm gonna take my money I'm gonna head back down to the festival and get a bunch of zap police is nobody got me that please and I ask these guys specifically yesterday bring the vaccines that please was it we weren't there to feed event. we were there to feed our sponsors I understand our advertisers the owners and operators of L. cord TEL which do not have zip please on the menu yes. yes Sir. one of Kerr's that's twenty one machine already desserts see he's worked all weekend you he's a will require each used to hanging out of coaching Fredo joints and having Mongul or muffin goal. exactly and so you know really uses so you'll go up to the vendors you'll get this app we should give the sausage and peppers and you think all this is great Italian American cuisine you couldn't be more hopelessly room is like one Marco Polo traveled all the way to the east at the time of con when Khan was in control of the Far East and he brought back all these culinary delights that the Italians culturally adopted and call their own like right we always right what were the only sold quite to you thanks for a day yeah but also like when you go to your famous your favorite Chinese fast food restaurant in Ridgefield park where you live. dumplings exactly what do you think came first the dumpling or the right of your. I don't know we don't really take it to the dump Marco Polo brought it all back to spaghetti old the other Italian delights but there was a moment yesterday a lot of you were not privy to this when the rains opened up in the sky and even though I had said my prayers at the church of the most a precious blood. and I was looking at a core group which is what you wear around your neck to ward off the evil spirits it's like a Red Hot Chili Peppers and I had drawn so you know the movie was do that to a local bar yeah yeah I see it you'll see that you see the us about just a little black bead and I've seen that growing up so they have a form of the court ruled the Italian one it's not it's not necessarily Italian reunited so the idea was to ward off the my little kia with your and my Lil yes the evil eye exactly she well on the same page here and then at about one fifty this small green guy comes up. any tries to stop all broadcast. green tries to actually interfere and stop the broadcasts. it's raining. and all of a sudden the navy she shall be Christian who is a real picture afraid of his own shadow stands up to the small green character is Jewish guy we mean you wanna hear you screaming yelling you got to close it down you'll have apartment he's trying to shut it down and then it was one month glued she was holding up the umbrella so that the rain would not get on the equipment because let's face it right Brian the equipment cannot be replaced but jetset Juliet and I can be replaced yes I just read about the equipment and staying on air you guys were you know just second thought in my mind so describe this small green character who basically runs the festival down there yeah so basically you guys are in mid segment I'm monitoring the the studio coming back to the station so we all were on air we sound great like you always do and this guy is in my years saying shut it down shut it down this can't be news those speakers wager Perm like I like I I can't do that now I can't like why you might use him doing something here I'm so proud of you though because normally I tell our entire audience that I hate millennials in hipsters I despise them low them like Christian the navy she she will be issue one and Brian my glued to lives in that double wide body trailer and the south shore of months of pizza A. K. A. Massapequa I couldn't have been prouder of you because I couldn't get up and drop the guy I would drop the guy because I was doing the broadcast and jet said Juliet was really focused because the rain was coming down hard at that point it was really falling on her and to her credit she's protecting the equipment and then Herschel the head engineer he's like scoring a bounce so that we won't get knocked off the air you find it all small green and he put his tail between his legs and just like in the godfather movie you can put a bullet between his eyes which you should of but he had to walk down the block mumbling to himself I don't know if he was dominating. the local shul enough said to the gentiles who can come out we did a great job guys and it could see that's the last time you ever get a compliment from me I'm gonna have Brian sent me the recording right now it was amazing and then the battle then ensued because we had on this young woman. she's a shift from pensioners should tell a was just at the eighteenth Avenue Italian festival not really up to prime time I said but this is the grand Daddy and you'll cooking here at L. court Teo specialized poss the products he was saying with sauce and I let it continue to talk and then I told Hey you really being pretentious is macaroni and great and I think you're wrong Curtis is it by any consensus. what it what the hell is that mean member of this is America speaking with us is not lot may go this is America where we call it by eighty this is not Kakul this is not a great deal how do you want to speak about him but now Stephen surepos who used to live up to their room L. court peel lead character in the sopranos now on blue bloods Bobby back a lot that's right he will be the grand marshal tomorrow at two o'clock when the official activities kickoff because now the press was in full effect and he weighed in on this as to whether it is macaroni and gravy which I say pasta and sauce I mean I always call the charge my grandmother always call the sauce and I you know I see if anything you know gravy may be on Sundays when you have the meatballs into sauce is on the broad shoulder the ribs but. Getty sauce to me pasta sauce you know do you believe this so ladies and gentlemen either straight me out we need to straighten Steve sure about you need to straighten rose sell out from Bensonhurst the master chef that she is we need to straighten out our own Richie Valdez who was a proud bold record thinks that it's a by getting consensus. and sauce I know is one eight hundred eight four ray W. A. B..
"italian supreme court" Discussed on KOMO
"In Italy, where she was once imprisoned in a sensational, international case, ABC's, Jillian MacFarlane reports. No. Unemotional Amanda, Knox back in the spotlight. And speaking in the talian in a discussion on the media's impact on trials her mother sitting in the very front row. Nokes returning to Italy Thusday for the first time since finally being acquitted in twenty fifteen joined by her mother and half feel say Christopher Robinson. A scrum of reporters and photographers greeting, HUD. She began her controversial. Visit the thirty one year old describing what she went through and the sensational coverage of the case, including infamous media nickname, generally theon. Foxy knock scene, but knock saying, whilst full, narratives, I'm through the media can undermine Justice. The media can also have the power to find the truth calling journalists the first line of defense against the thirties. Police arrested knocks in two thousand seven accusing the exchange student from Seattle and then boyfriend, killing Knox's roommate British student Meredith Katcha in a so-called sex game gone wrong to pellet court trials unto Italian supreme court decisions later. Knox was eventually found not guilty in two thousand fifteen after she'd spent nearly four years in prison. The European Court of human rights ordering its lead to pay about twenty thousand dollars. The note providing her access to annoy and translator during police questioning. In the wake of President Trump's comments to ABC news, that he would be open to foreign offers a political dirt on his twenty twenty rivals before. Maybe contact in the FBI Democrats on Capitol Hill used the controversial remarks to renew their push for legislation targeting foreign assistance in American campaigns. A push that's already run up against some Republican opposition is foreign interference criminal or apple research, ABC's Devon Dwyer, spoke to an expert spring, independent election watchdog in a lawyer Sheila krumholz is executive director of the center for responsive politics. She tracks this stuff, along with money and politics. She will thank you so much for joining us wanted. You sort of just simply lay out for everybody. Where is the line here? What does the law say about what is or is not permissible when it comes to having these sorts of conversations? In fact, the line is very clear, very bright. And very read is not permissible for, according to federal election law for any foreign, national or government, provide anything of value to any for any US election at any level, federal, state, or local. So this is really quite clear, and I think that is why we saw President Trump try to walk it back this morning. And it does seem she loved that the president is sort of zeroing in what is perhaps a gray area this, what if unsolicited information comes to you does the law say anything about whether or not, you could hear out a foreign government, a foreign leader for foreign interest, when presenting something related to American politics. You know, I think there is a potential for gray area. If it is not as it was in two thousand sixteen a foreign government saying, we have something of interest on your opponent, but rather conversation about diplomatic relations, and, oh, by the way, off, hand comment comes up. But in the case of the two thousand sixteen election, I think that example is quite clear, which is why Robert Muller spend so much time on his report on that event in real quickly. I know that a lot of media outlets and, and other members of congress rely on the work that you're doing as an independent organization, nonpartisan organization, the center for responsive politics to police, a lot of this stuff. But is there is there a governmental agency that would enforce these sorts of behaviors I is it the courts who actually would say, you know, call call a campaign, call a candidate out for this behavior. There. There is no exception for this behavior. If they campaign knowingly invites accepts receives information on an opponent from a foreign government or foreign national, the supreme court has consistently upheld, this and people have gone to jail, both foreigners, and who gave information and Americans who facilitated that passage of information, and the department of Justice is would that would be a criminal violation pursued by the department of Justice in that case Sheila krumholz, executive director of the center for reponse of politics. Thanks so much for coming on and breaking it down for us. Your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on KOMO news now it's time, but throw Pell insurance money update. Stocks ended a shopping week of trading with modest losses Fridays investors.
"italian supreme court" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Remember, she had been accused, and then header conviction overturned, sorry convicted and then had her conviction overturned killing a roommate now. She served four years in prison for the murder, and assault on one of her roommates, she left Italy, when she was acquitted was later found guilty again, in a censure in a third trial finally exonerated by the Italian supreme court makes the brilliant decision to go back to Italy to speak to the Italian innocence. The project and then as a maze, when all of the Italian media show up when she shows up, and she said that she was a stressed out by the fact that she was the media, firestorm surrounding her return to Italy. She said she was traumatized by it all. Well, we told you about the incident at the raptors warriors game last night when Toronto went ahead to capture its first title in team history, the MBA in Toronto rapper say they raptors say they are cooperating with authorities who are investigating whether the raptors team president pushed and hit a sheriff's deputy in the face as he tried to get onto the court after the teams championship victory. They say that the league is in contact with the rapper with the raptors and with the authorities of their in Oakland investigating the video itself. I think we've got it up on the KFI website. It's pretty amazing. Because the, the deputies are trying to make sure that. Whoever's on the court has the correct credentials to be on the court. I wouldn't have recognized what you have recognized. This guy is being the president of the Toronto Raptors. No, no. But I can't probably picture one NBA team president in my in my head. No. Why would you. Why would you put that expectation on a on an Alameda County sheriff's deputy that he's going to know who this guy was? And the, the V idea, if, in fact, he is he did shove and hit that deputy he's going to be in a lot of trouble. Not just with the, you know, with the prosecutor in Alameda County, he's going to be in trouble with the NBA. I mean, this was the same floor. This was the same place that, that minority owner in the in the warriors. Shoved one of the raptors players FD fell into the crowd a couple of weeks ago. We told you about the president's plan to re design Air Force One, of course, the design by Jackie Kennedy back in the day, and he got a little bit of heat. I mean how dare you take Jackie O's work away. So he did an interview with FOX and friends, and he said it was Jackie O announced, good. But we have our own Jackie O today. It's called Milania. It's called Milania. We'll call it Milania TI. Okay. Thirty said, it's called Milan. So Jackie O is trending of course because everyone wants to lose their mind. This what we do in two thousand nineteen also making the news is it's christy's birthday so happy birthday to Christie. What's great is Christie over here, went, oh somebody else here name Christie was also having a birthday. That's really neat. That's really cool. We have all of our swamp watch stuff to get through at the bottom of the hour. When we come back, we're going to talk with Donny. The general manager here at HQ gas Republic, you haven't picked out your lunch yet. We'll have some suggestions, where you're just a minute. Gary and Shannon will continue and Amy king has an update from the newsroom. Britain has backed President Trump's claims that Iran is behind to attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman. UK foreign secretary Jeremy hunt says they will do an individual assessment, but there's no reason to doubt Trump's conclusion ran has denied it. The twenty candidates who qualified for the first democratic debate have been split into two groups for two debates on the twenty sixth than twenty-seven, Cory Booker, Elizabeth worm. And Baidoa Rourke are the bigger names in the first group. Former VP Joe Biden, commonly Harris mayor, Pete Buddha, judge, and Senator Bernie Sanders are in the second group. The Ritz Carlton, Half Moon bay has been ordered to shell out one point six million dollars for preventing people from accessing the beach for nearly twenty years. The California coastal commission has also ordered the upscale hotels, add more public parking and allow beachgoers access to the hotel garage. Get some trouble on the five. We'll.
"italian supreme court" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Wednesday was marking the eighth annual denim day in Milwaukee event aimed at bringing attention to survivors of sexual violence denim day. Started in nineteen Ninety-two after a ruling by the Italian supreme court, a rape conviction was overturned. The justices felt that because the victim was wearing tight jeans. She must have helped the person who assaulted her take them off thereby implying consent. The following day. The women in the Intel parliament came to work wearing jeans in solidarity with the victim. I have the opportunity yesterday to speak to the head of priceless, insight, Anita Leonard. Why is today? So important wise Dennen day, so important. Oh, man. Didn't they is important because we have a lot of survivors, people will be impact sexual violence who needs to know that they are not alone. Are we making a mistake with her with our children by not talking about this when they're little absolutely feel like we have to talk about sexual violence at a young age in talking about sexual violence. Doesn't mean that we're telling them all about the birds and the bees, you know, at three or four, but we can start by teaching them that they have agency in their own body that they can and respecting their decisions. And I know that that gets tricky for a lot of people because we have this kind of mindset like I'm an adult here child. You say you do what I tell you to do basically. And so sometimes I think that gets tricky. But I think absolutely we have to start with younger people respecting their boundaries, respecting their voice. And then once we still that that they have a voice, you know, that we're going to respect them. We're going to respect their decisions. Once we start the air. I think it makes it much easier to create an empowered person who if I know this is not going to happen to me. You know, who feels like, hey, I can talk to my mom about being uncomfortable around this person or Tom to my dad, you know..
"italian supreme court" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Okay. Very good. And again it's the twentieth anniversary. So you're taking on kind of a birthday theme at the cheers to change. I'm I I gotta say I'm kind of surprised it's only twenty years old. That need was so significant. Can you take us back in time a little bit? Yeah. So actually, it's a really close story. Commissioner Mary Johnson was our founder, she was really passionate. She had a personal connection to the need for a victim services. And so she really went to bat to fight for her that need and she worked really diligently with her partners in the commission to try and find the funding. And I love kind of the story of how it came about. She found a line item in the budget because that was the only thing stopping them. There was no money. And so she found a line item. That was the quarters from the payphones the inmates would use it the jail, and she said, well, what's this revenue going towards, and it was going towards paying for things like cable and some other amenities for inmates. And she was like, well, I this is a really great opportunity for some restitution for the victims in our community to receive the healing they deserve. And so we're really proud of the work that she did twenty years ago to be able to provide you know, that startup. For us. But we weren't the rape crisis center for that entire time. That was just initial rape services. For this crisis counseling, we only took that on in about two thousand five so we've grown exponentially in that time it was four hundred victims out first year and this pasture reserved over sixty two hundred victims. So the need is very great. Yeah. For sure it describe the kinds of services that you offer. So we run a twenty four seven help line. And if you are the victim of sexual assault twenty four hours a day, you can reach a master's level crisis counselor who will provide you those grounding techniques to be able to cope with what's happening through that help. You can also be connected with ferns services. So we have seen a sane nurse, which is a sexual assault nurse examiner. And we contract them to provide a very warm and welcoming environment with the accompaniment of a crisis counselor the forensic collection of DNA. So if you choose to report. To the police or you don't you have that evidence that you have options later in life. And then in our office leader on we have ongoing crisis counseling, we have referral services. We help with victims compensation, and if it turns out that this is really impacting your life, or maybe it was something that happened to you as a child we offer ongoing therapy as well. That's amazing. And I just got gotta wonder about that victim and knowing that they can call you for that. It's I think that we talk a lot about barriers that's for me as a communications person that I see that as my job. My job is every day to hopefully, say the thing that helps someone realized that whatever barriers in front of them is not so big that they can't come in to get the help that they deserve. But it's hard. Every victim has a barrier Willard's emotional or they think it's financial or maybe it's stability, whatever it is. Or maybe it's transportation. Maybe it's something logistical, whatever it is is working to try and make those barriers a non issue. So that everyone can access care. So all of our services are one hundred percent free. They're easily acceptable accessible, and we try and do everything we can. So if you can't come to us, you can pick up that phone. Do you find that the victims are aware that they can phone or? Did they I I mean, I guess when something happens to you? How do you even know where to turn? So a lot of times people are referred to us through our law enforcement partners. Because I think that's the most logical place to go. A lot of other individuals are being referred to us through either our website our social media other partners. We do a lot of work to point out our materials, we provide them for free. So anyone can reach out to us that thinks maybe their school or another nonprofit that they have a place to be able to play Armenteros. So that anyone can see them pick them up. We provide those as much as possible to the community just recently links, what are crisis cards in every single links bus, and we have a tariff flyers where you can tear off our phone number, and we've trying plaster those all over the Tri county area too because it's very, discreet. And we encourage buildings to put them in their bathrooms because it's the most private place where someone could either snap a picture of the phone number or. Tear off the number off the bottom. So Tri county area is your service area. Well, we serve anyone we won't turn you away. That's what I wanted to ask. But technically, we are certified as the replaces center for orange Osceola and Seminole county times people want to dry farther because they're very concerned about the discretion and wanting to remain confidential. So we we won't say, oh, you're coming from Lake County. We can't help you. That's not the case. A what's important is people receiving care? And so we just have certification to be the center for three counties. So how far do people tend to travel then? And also, what are your locations? So I've heard stories about individuals driving over an hour from Brevard county to attend group therapy with us because they really desperately wanted that confidentiality and they didn't want their community knowing what they were attending therapy for is. Sometimes I've had them coming from. From lakeland just depends and our physical office locations are in downtown just we are on east Michigan in downtown Orlando, and we have an office in Longwood. Great thanks for saying that because I wanted people to know that they can come from wherever anyone can come where our biggest focus is to be able to just provide healing. Anyway, that we can help them do that. But that's also why we offer that twenty four seven phone line. Because we understand that. Maybe you can't get away from a partner until maybe two o'clock in the morning when they're asleep, and you can find some privacy to make that phone call to get some help whatever it is that we need to do to help diminish. Those barriers you can access it. We're going to try and do it. What is it like for the people who participate in those support groups to meet other people who are going through similar things? They talk about how healing it is to know that they're not the only one on that is a lot of times. What? So many people who have participated in the metoo movement. That's why this became so powerful. Most recently is because social media and naval the metoo movement to grow and that solidarity and support is really what made so many people come forward because they knew they weren't the only one and when you say a barrier. Well, a barrier is for so many as the shame and assumption that they did something wrong. And that's not the case. And they've never done anything to deserve what happened to them? But until you learn maybe in group therapy were through other people vocally sharing their story on social media. You aren't able to grasp just how much it wasn't your fault or that you aren't alone. Do you think society is changing too? And instead of blaming the victim that they're starting to be more receptive to what's really happening. Well, we're working really hard towards that. I think that in the last five years we've made great progress towards that's one of the things that we do during sexual assault awareness month is denim day. It stems from a court case in the hundred ninety s where the Italian supreme court overturned a verdict where the victim had been wearing tight jeans, and the court said, well, your clothing choice must be an indication of the fact that you had to have participated in this action because your salient assailant could not have removed, these jeans without your assistance because they were too tight and not a horrible example victim blaming and so in solidarity the women of the Italian parliament, then more genes the next day to stand with this victim and say, we're not going to Stanford rectum blaming in such way. And then this week they blame two more victims of sex. Assault and said that they were to Manley. And so their physical appearance must have been the reason why they were sexually assaulted as we're working really hard in our community to not stand for that. So we use the original denim day case for our advocacy day. So the last Wednesday of April every year this year, it's April twenty fourth. We encourage everyone to register through our website, which is victims service, center dot org and have your school your organization your business where genes on that Wednesday. And it sends a message that you won't stand for sexual violence in this community. And we just ask that you take a group picture and you post it with the hashtag denim day. And you tag at Florida, and you share this is why we wear jeans on Dunham day, and it sends a really powerful message. Pretty good. And so actually the groups that are doing it can also like pay a fee like, casual I know kids schools, they do this alive. Right. It can wear that. And then the money can go to via c yes. Some of our partners have started doing that. The Orange County tax collectors has done that every year for the past couple of years. And if they find it to be easy way to support us into Wednesday. Most organizations don't normally wear jeans on Wednesdays Fridays, maybe not normally Wednesday. So they want to support us a little extra solo say, so there's a suggested donation will make a bulk donation to and so it is a nice extra way. Because we don't have a lot of opportunities to your do public fundraising due to the discretion of protecting our clients. So we like to try and use that day for that. But if you sign up, we'll send you stickers and for those who can't wear jeans due to their professional restrictions. We've also created Jean ribbons. So we're sending those out to everyone this year. And I love sharing this last year was my first day. I'm day, and I took a lunch break. And while I was getting lunch. I was at a place where you follow account counter your normally pass off to the next person. But this young lady insisted on following me. And she took care of me the whole way through even going as far as the the drink counter. And she finally said, do you think you can help me and she had seen the sticker that I was wearing but like talked about via c and it stuck with me. And I was already motivated, but I talk about that so much because it impacted me that that one person that one day saw my sticker, and she saw that it said that I didn't wanna stand for sexual violence in our community and she asked me for help. And so many people were stickers and jeans day. But like she was able to get the help she needed. So that mattered enough to me? That's that's terrific so denim day. Is April twenty fourth. It's an international advocacy day where do people go online. Victims service, center dot org..