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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

10:47 min | 10 months ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

"I can think I want to say I will lead alert or as I. I'm Mark Rim and today on truth in Lies Jeffrey Free Epstein Part One of two part look at Epstein's growing empire and the growing scale of his alleged abuse in this episode. We traveled leveled to New Mexico to Epstein's Zorro Ranch and hear how Epstein would allegedly use the promise of Higher Education to Groom Unsuspecting in Girls Chapter Six Zorro ranch. What I understood was that Maria had had a very wealthy boss sort of at the time who was working for who was sort of larger than life? You'll remember any farmer from our second episode. She's the younger sister of artist. Maria farmer she first met Epstein in December of Nineteen Ninety. I five when he paid for her to come to New York and visit her sister. She was sixteen years old at the time and says during the trip Epstein began touching touching her as they sat in a theater watching a movie he just sort of like put his hand thou like for for me to hold his hand and I remember in my hand being sweaty because I was very nervous about what why he was doing Matt and as we've heard she'd returned home from New York and not tell anyone anyone about what happened. I was reluctant to tell Maria because I didn't want to upset her but I also was afraid that it would be detrimental. Insult to her in some way into her career. But once back in Arizona Anne would find marinas boss continuing to insert himself in her life life Jeffrey Epstein according to the family continued to call Annie's mom and express an interest in advancing her educational prospects and sending her to an Ivy League. School that's ABC News senior producer. James Hill our lead reporter on this podcast. Who's been covering Jeffrey Epstein? Since two thousand fourteen and has spent years speaking with victims of Epstein's abuse to the farmer family at this point Jeffrey Epstein is the boss of one of their daughters. He's a very wealthy man who seems to have the best interests of their daughters at heart. And you'll remember Janice Swain Anne Marie as Mother. Anne was very serious about her studies. Always Epstein Steen would suggest some ways to help Annie get into a good college and a wanted very much to go to an Ivy League school and she worked very hard throughout route high school and at one point Epstein told Janice about an opportunity for any at his ranch in New Mexico. Eight brought up the fact that he thought it'd it'd be beneficial to me to go on some kind of international trip as a way of making myself a more appealing candidate for giving into college and he had and some ideas about that and we should probably be in touch about it Janice says Epstein told her there would be a group of students there all of whom were students. He was helping get into college college and offering to pay for trips abroad. Jeffrey I call me to ask me if any could come to their ranch in Santa Fe because is a genus. Says she wasn't sold on the idea at first but she felt more comfortable that there would be a number of other students there and when Epstein told told her that his wife Glenn Maxwell would be there too and he said he thought it would be a great opportunity for all of them to get together. Talk about where they were going wing and what they helped to gain from these trips including adding this to information for their college applications one of the things. That's important to stress is that Jeffrey Epstein insisted to the farmer family particularly Annie's mother. You're the Glenn Chaperone this weekend of high achieving students. Who Were there at Jeffrey Epstein's ranch? We assume that he was married because when I asked him about his wife he responded about Gallon of course as they later find out. That wasn't the case as far as the farmers understood. Glenn Maxwell was Jeffrey Epstein's wife. They were a couple who had interest in advancing the educational and artistic careers of young women. Any would arrive Dr in New Mexico in the spring of Nineteen ninety-six arrived at the airport and there was a man with a little sign. Had My name on it and you know a the driver. It was the first time I'd ever experienced something like that so it really stood out. The ranch was not in Santa Fe is really in the middle of nowhere. The Gallon Steel Basin is just one of my favorite places in the world just pure Western so much of New Mexico's rugged narrow narrowed but this is real ranch country grass juicer out everywhere you look and just openness was zigzag horizons in every direction ruction of forty minute car ride heading southeast from Santa Fe takes you into the heart of what's known as the Gals Stale Basin set eh sprawling desert sparsely dotted with CACTI juniper trees and low grass the dramatic landscape almost sounds mythical most most people probably don't know what hogs back but there are these originals with rocks for Truden at the top this whole natural wall of walk is like a spine and it looks like a dragon you know and sort of undulating as long the landscape. This is Jean Peach. He's benefit for in New Mexico for decades and his book. Making a hand growing up cowboy in New Mexico focuses on ranching life in the state Galileo offers seemingly infinite horizons of stunning running Western landscape. And it has its fair share of ghost stories. The Gal Sterile Basin is home to Pueblo Indian communities it was became one of the gateways for the rating trots to pass through. So there's a I think a centuries-old centuries-old history of of Indian warfare in the Gal Stale Basin a self-described psychic told me one time several years ago. They can't even go through there because ghost or or everywhere from all the battles and it's here just outside the small town of Gala Stale you that Epstein would build a multimillion dollar mansion on a crest of land overlooking the valley. It was called Zoro ranch. The the irony of anything named Azzaro being owned by Jeffrey Epstein is as sharp as Zoro's Blade Zoro Spanish for Fox was the beloved literary character popularized in TV shows and movies a dashing sword wielding masked masked vigilante who protected innocent victims against corrupt officials an evil villains eliminates. But you can call me but in New Mexico. GEICO Zoro actually has a different meaning in Vernacular a Zorro actually means Fox but in New Mexico it means skunk. Maybe he didn't know I don't think he did everywhere Epstein lived. He did his best to maximize his privacy in Palm Beach. The home is hidden behind behind hedgerows and security gates and see on that clip over there at the mansion. Oh Wow we. On the distance that's correct but Zorro ranch is arguably his most private thanks to its massive size. That insulated epsteins home more than a mile from the nearest public road. We saw it firsthand when investigative producer Chris Francesconi and I visited there late last year. Just urged right on top of average the only structure you can see any direction for miles. The location of Epstein's chains mansion as my God. It's right on the edge of the drop off to the Gosto base and the views from that area is is positively spectacular and totally private only airplane. Only a flyover will get you close and there's no no way for traveling salesmen. No Way to just sort of chance by its very private. I think it's the perfect place to to place. The mansion without view Schleicher thrown. The ranch looks like the backdrop of old the western movies and in fact many films have been shot in the area around. Epstein's Ranch Gov stay or has a film so you can see. See it from the road or if you know what. You're looking for and the numerous westerns shot there. So overwrought wild wild watch. Kevin Costner's wilder bapu looser with renee. Zellweger number of films shot out here and it's obvious to see why because this is just completely untapped land. Nothing has changed or doesn't appear that anything's changed in hundreds of years. But what is his most. Private residence is also ironically one of his most conspicuous as we've mentioned epsteins main house sits right on top of a Ridge and at night. It's like a beacon on top of a hill according to a neighbor who lives in the area around his ranch. It was most notable at night when the lights were shining on it inside now. That's when it was really an eyesore and I mean it's very much out of place it's an ostentatious gigantic really ugly building that nobody particularly likes to see like that. And you're going.

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Trump impeachment: What you need to know about the Senate trial

Monocle 24: The Globalist

10:15 min | 11 months ago

Trump impeachment: What you need to know about the Senate trial

"Today. The big news coming out of Washington should have been the presentation of the articles of impeachment. Went to the Senate. The swearing in the chief justice to preside over the trial and of senators to serve impartial. Justice list was eclipsed however by new revelations revelations about trump's efforts to pressure Ukraine policy. Well we've Geoffrey Howard professor of political science at UC L. to come in and bring us up to date with the fast moving eating events have US domestic politics. Thanks so much for joining us. Jeffrey set who is left Pon us and what does he said. So let's partners is an associate of Rudolph Giuliani. Most people remember. Rudy Giuliani as the mayor of New York City. During nine eleven many thought he would go down in American history as one of its most storied figures. Someone who inspired brought the city together but this is a very different Rudolph. Giuliani we see before us in twenty twenty. He is the personal lawyer to the president of the United United States and by all accounts spent the last couple of years going around the world doing the president's bidding doing the president's alleged dirty work and life partners ukrainian-american American is one of his associates. One of his henchmen some have put it Who It seems has been spending quite a bit of time in Ukraine meeting with Ukrainian officials playing playing a key role in trying to pressure The Ukrainian government to fabricator find dirt on Joe Biden which the president could then use to smear near him with if Joe Biden turns out to be his opponent in the upcoming general election? And he's given this this huge interview where he absolutely says that trump knew exactly what it was going on. How credible is he? Well I think he certainly deserves a good amount of skepticism. He is himself under indictment partly for participation in he's very allegedly nefarious activities But what he's saying is corroborated by everything else. We've learned over the past few months. So this trove of voicemail as mail messages and texts in calendar entries demonstrates that there has been a concerted effort by trump's associates by Rudolph Giuliani and and his men To try to pressure the Ukrainian government to cook up this investigation Into into the former vice president Joe Biden That the president has known about it all along that the Attorney General Bill Bar has known about it all along the so many people have suggested that well maybe rudy. Giuliani has been up to no good but maybe the top people in the White House weren't totally sure that he was doing all this. He was just doing it on his own initiative well of left parties right The president has known about this all along then absolutely vital and orchestrating it and some of the elements of this evidence are really striking. Some of them are are handwritten notes scrawled on sheets of paper from the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Vienna And they demonstrate that there was a wide range of tactics that were deployed by eh trump's or rudy Giuliani's men including left in Ukraine. It looks like there may have been in operation to Sir Vail then American ambassador acid to the Ukraine by Rudy Giuliani's own men. So I mean this really is the stuff of a of a movie plot. You really couldn't make it up and inevitably they will be a movie about about the We also heard yesterday that an independent nonpartisan office that works for Congress says the trump administration broke the law when it withheld held military assistance to Ukraine. So what has the Government Accountability Office said. Why does it matter so will it matter that is the question for the US Senate as we approached this This trial So the nonpartisan Government Accountability Office. It's a it's a national watchdog organization and it did indeed find that the decision to withhold military aid for Ukraine dangling over the government in exchange for a promise to look into a Abidin was indeed a violation of the law. Now as we know the president cannot be prosecuted as part of a traditional Legal investigation it. There is a special process. The founding fathers of the United States for better or worse put into place with respect to holding the president legally accountable and that is the the impeachment process. Which of course begins with the House of Representatives? The Lower Chamber of the Congress deciding whether to charge the president with a particular offense Which has done that is why he's been impeached? And then it goes to the Senate to decide Whether to convict him the offense and if they do convict him of the events he will be the I president. US history removed from office. And that is where we are now the opening formalities of the Senate trial of happened. We've had the swearing in of jurors as we know the Senate is controlled told by Donald Trump's party the Republicans will the jurors be impartial. Well that's the big question. We're learning to find out so A month ago Mitch. McConnell the the leader of the Republicans in the Senate said that he didn't intend to be an impartial juror and he emphasized that this is a political process And of course there's a sense of what she's he's right that it is a political process. This isn't a standard ordinary legal process. It is a a decision that the senators get to make for themselves. They get to ask themselves. Do we think that this conduct that the president has engaged in amounts to what the constitution refers to as high crimes in misdemeanors has the president by allegedly abusing. His power demonstrated that he is fundamentally unfit for office such that he ought to be removed. That is not a matter of showing that the president violated highlighted some particular law on the books. It's it is a political judgement but that doesn't mean it has to be a a a narrow minded self interested partisan judgment political judgments can still be moral judgments and so when the chief justice of the United States who very intriguingly to preside over. This whole process swore the senators in in yesterday He got them to swear that they would do impartial. Justice in this context with that means I would argue is that they need to Genuinely we look at the evidence. Look at the facts And that really goes to the question of whether this will be a fair trial because we do not know for sure yet whether there will actually be witnesses called or or whether it will be a very quick process where they have opening statements And then basically closing statements and then it ends because trump had originally said he wanted witnesses. Nice Nice seems to be tons of them. Well it's it's not exactly clear what the president wants here One thing we know for sure is that if the president if we do have witnesses in this process For example the former national security adviser of the United States John Bolton long celebrated and regarded as a very important vigour by Republicans but who is said to have referred to Rudy Giuliani's little inquiry in Ukraine as a as a drug deal that he didn't have anything apart a part of he has said that if he's subpoenaed he'll be willing to testify. No doubt if left parnassus subpoenas. He would testify Now it could be that some of the more. Moderate Republicans pins people like Susan Collins from Maine who are going to rely in their next reelection. On more moderate members of their state voting for them will want to be seen as not just in the tank for trump as somewhat more independently minded Someone like Mitt Romney. For example the senator from Utah also wants to be seen as an indeed is more independently hundley minded. They may well go with Democrats in supporting calling witnesses. You might even get more Republicans than that to support calling pulling witnesses. But then they'll perhaps want include witnesses. That don't seem to have much particularly to do with whether trump is guilty not such as Hunter Biden and so if we start seeing people like Hunter Biden called in this thing could degenerate into a circus quite quickly and I mean such a huge week ahead then for the US and not just for the Republicans for the Democrats. Not Because of course we have Iowa coming up on one of the unintended consequences of this. Trial is the fact that two senators who are also running for the Democratic nomination not table to get on that campaign trail so Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders both needing to be in Washington to actually be at this trial absolutely absolutely and so then. They're going to have to go so there. Of course the two most important ones given their rankings in the polls Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota also needs to participate cle Bennett a senator from Colorado running for president. I saw the other day. He's still running for Pres- wasn't aware that he was still in the race. He hasn't been in the limelight bat. Much of that's four senators that have to Interrupt their campaigns and go back and so might that given a slight edge to South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buddha judge and the former former vice president Joe Biden it probably will and just indulge me here in a in a best case justice doing its job no partisan interest Outcome where trump is simply judged on whether he broke the Laura or not and we know he did really How soon could he be gone? Well it could happen quite quickly. So the Clinton trial took just over a month. Um that was in nineteen ninety nine. The previous impeachment was the impeachment of Andrew Johnson in nineteen sixty eight and that took about two months So if you manage to get so there are fifty three Republicans in the Senate. They're forty five Democrats there to independence any two two thirds of the Senate to convict and remove the president from office. Which means you'd need to get the forty five Democrats which you'd get you get the to independence and then you need to get Twenty or so little more more than twenty Republicans To sign on as well and that seems extremely extremely unlikely Because you can get someone like Susan Collins who will be able to say. Well we broaden auden witnesses. We looked at all the evidence and we just decided he was bad with the president. Had but it didn't rise quite to the level of an offense such that we should remove him from office and that might be a way. She's able to save face but if for some reason the political winds change dramatically. Maybe John Bolton gives a dramatic testimony that shifts public opinion radically medically and you do get that twenty those twenty or so senators. Well then trump could be gone within a couple of months Jeffrey. I'm holding my breath. Thank you very much indeed. That's Jeffrey free. How it

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Truth and Lies: Jeffrey Epstein

"Society else but between nineteen eighty one in the late one thousand nine hundred eighty s as Epstein is running his own consulting firm whether he was having any success or not is unclear author Bill Cohen and says that if Epstein had found some new strategy for investing or making money for his clients wouldn't have remained a secret for long. If Jeffrey Free Epstein were doing anything miraculous a would have been Unwound would have been discovered if there was some secret sauce that he was using spreading around. We're all known about it. Epstein had always been secretive about his clients and and while he claimed that billionaires were calling him for advice he appears to switch gears. After a few years I was the CEO of towers always finding Corporation this is Steven Hoffenberg. Who Hired Jeffrey Epstein in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven? I am a former principal. Associate Partner of Jeffrey Epstein's and I've spent years with him. I understand him greater. Probably Google's the most others based on my history with him and we started in the seventies. We grew into sadly to to report a criminal enterprise before Jeffrey Epstein arrives on the scene towers financial. Is this company run by Steven Hoffenberg. It's a repo. Oh Company. They're basically bill collectors. If there's a big debt owed to a hospital or an insurance provider they'll go out they'll oh by that debt and then try and collect it from the people who who is in New York City in the nineteen eighties at the towers. Financial headquarters of four seventeen fifth. Avenue is when I made sure they describe him as the route flew ren look rugged manly shop rather swagger. It's very sophisticated. Jeffrey Epstein had come to know an associate of Hoffenberg who Hoffenberg says recommended him. Good friend of mine said to me. We have an executive onboard. And American from New York named Jeffrey Epstein. Hoffenberg says at the Time Epstein was struggling financially. The meeting of Jeffrey Epstein was unusual number one Jeffrey Epstein was broke. Couldn't pay his bills and came to us. Humbly looking for employment and asking for opportunity there were clouds but tell us financial was having its own problems with the Securities Exchange Commission Hoffenberg though says he was impressed by Epstein. He says he saw talent in him. And we saw in Jeffrey Epstein mm-hmm this magnificent personality in this tremendous Wall Street. salesmanship he's charming. He's charismatic very funny. He's lovable totally lovable. And very unusually smart. Nobody was dealing with all the time and had the ability we see Wall Street turns up and down and the way to make money on Wall Street so hop in Burg Brings Epstein on board as a consultant reportedly setting him up in an office and as court records later show he paid Epstein a consulting fee of twenty five thousand dollars a month. There were a team of people on Wall Street involved until his financial team but Epstein in Iran it Epstein goes from operating out of his one bedroom bachelor apartment to then and now one of the most sought after addresses in Manhattan. You know a large office overlooking a famous restaurant in a courtyard in midtown Manhattan on Madison Avenue that is ABC News Contributor Contributor Rodney Boyd. A financial investigative reporter and the founder of the Southern Investigative Reporting Foundation. Life had to be looking pretty good for him at at that point Hoffenberg says during this time he and Epstein got to know each other quite well. We worked together seven days a week. We traveled the world together. And we got to know each other's thinking methods ways and lifestyle you know Vanity anti-fair said that you were abstains. Real Mentor that true. Yes as one of their first acts together at Towers Hoffenberg alleges in an affidavit that he and Epstein took over to insurance companies so 1987 Hoffenberg and Epstein acquired these two failing Illinois insurance companies companies United Fire and associated life. and the thinking there goes. We're not trying to get into the insurance business. So why would they want to acquire insurance companies if if they had no intention of running them well. Insurance companies are legally required to have a lot of cash on hand just in case they have to pay claims they used. WHO's these two insurance companies as their cash pile and let's be clear here? This is totally illegal. They envision themselves Eckstein and Hoffenberg as corporate raiders who are good to go in choir the companies and then they start thinking about ways of using that cash pile to go out and read and acquire new companies and Hoffenberg says they set their sights on acquiring an iconic airline..

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Hi I'm Greg Poulson and I'm Vanessa Richardson every Monday. Vanessa and I co host serial killers a podcast original. This is part two of our three episodes special on Jeffrey free. Dahmer the Milwaukee Campbell at podcast. Were grateful for you our listeners. You allow us to do what we love. Let us know how we're doing reach out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network. And if you enjoyed today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. Wherever you're you're listening? It really does help in the last episode. We discussed Dahmer's upbringing his troubled adolescence and his first murder to try. I understand why he became a killer. In part two will be asking a different question. Could he have been stopped will look at Dahmer's own own failed attempts to turn his life around and the multi year killing spree that was ignored by his family neighbors. Sentencing judges and court appointed therapists in part three will follow Dahmer's final descent into madness and the events that finally led to his arrest. Then we'll look at the media frenzy surrounding trial and what it says about our culture them with the murder of Stephen Hicks. June of nineteen seventy-eight. Jeffrey Dahmer had thrust himself into a nightmare from which he could never return. The eighteen. Eighteen year old was still living at his parents. House in Bath Township Ohio at his parents were still nowhere to be found for the rest of the summer he was alone with the memory. Emory of killing Hicks and the horror of what he had become. It's hard to say whether he was more affected by what he done to Hicks or what he done unto himself by having to cover up the murder. People often assume that killers like dahmer are completely devoid of empathy and incapable of regular commotions. Whether or not that's true is impossible to quantify years later when Dahmer was asked if he was remorseful for his crimes he said yes. I do have remorse but I'm not even sure myself whether it's as profound as it should be. But the sheer fact that he was so upset about the first murder seems to suggest that he wasn't as cold blooded as we'd like to believe he clearly knew right from wrong he we knew that killing was bad and at least for a time he struggled with the bizarre compulsion he felt to violate those moral rules. He ultimately lost that battle but in the years after he killed Stephen Hicks. We can't ignore that. Dahmer did try to keep his violent side and check and By charting the next phase of his life his evolution into a serial killer starts to seem less than inevitable in September timber nineteen seventy eight Lionel. Dahmer finally returned to check on the family for the past several months. He'd been living at a motel just ten ten miles away the moment he stepped in the front door he realized something was seriously wrong. The house was covered in beer cans and liquor bottles. Those no food in the fridge when he asked Jeff wear his mother and brother were he simply shrugged and said they moved moved out finally a few years too late. Lionel realized to son had a serious drinking problem he immediately moved back in and tried to help jeff get Kazak together. Despite his protests Lionel Enroll Jeff in college at Ohio State University within weeks he was moving into his dorm. ORM and starting classes for the nineteen seventy-eight fall semester. Supposedly Jeff was majoring in business. But he was still drinking so much that he could never get get up to go to class in the morning when he was alone. He wept thinking about what he'd done to Stephen Hicks. After only a couple of months it was clear to everyone that college was not for Jeff. He dropped out at the holiday break and went back home with options dwindling. Lionel suggested that Jeff joined the army. The regimented structure of military. Life might be good for him at the very least he'd have to stay sober through boot camp. So just four days after Christmas. Jeff left for training at Fort McClellan in Alabama by the next June he was shipped out to West Germany which the US less was occupying during the Cold War. Predictably once he was through the rigors of Basic Training Jeff was back to drinking himself into a stupor. His poor performance formats got him discharged by early nineteen eighty-one barely two years after he enlisted. He was given a one way ticket back to the states when he was asked where he wanted to land. He chose Miami. He'd never been to Florida before but he figured the warm weather and Sunshine Might Cheer Him up now twenty one years old. Jeff spent the summer in a motel room near the beach. He got a job at a sandwich shop and spent his off hours soaking up the sun but within a few months his constant drinking had caused him to lose his job by the end of the summer he could afford his motel room. He packed up the few possessions he had with him and found a spot to sleep at the beach lying there on the cold shore as drunk and miserable as ever Dr. Jeff realized he could never run away from his problems. He needed help. He finally gave in and called his father. In September of nineteen eighty one. Jeff moved back into his family house in Ohio but being in those familiar surroundings only made things worse just two weeks after removed back to Ohio. He was arrested for disorderly conduct at a Ramada Inn. He was drinking from an open bottle of vodka in the hotel bar and vehemently refused to leave. Even after the police were called. This was Dahmer's I arrest so he was let off with a citation but the incident was the last straw for Lionel. They done everything to help. Jeff turn his life around but all their attempts had failed if they couldn't get through to him maybe his beloved grandmother Could Jeff Respected Catherine Dahmer whom he called a very sweet lady and a perfect grandmother when asked directly if he loved her he replied. Yup She's lived in that house a long time. Ohio which is about as close to an expression of love. Has Jeffrey Dahmer. Ever got so. In December nineteen eighty-one Jeff was sent to live live with Catherine in Milwaukee Wisconsin removed from his familiar surroundings. He made a vow to put his life back together and walk the straight straight and narrow catherine was a devout Christian. Jeff of course was a gay murderer but he started reading the Bible and tried to banish those sinful sinful desires both the homosexual and the homicidal for about two years. He had considerable success with a steady chorus of Bible. Study and church. Attendance his nightmarish thoughts about Stephen Hicks finally receded into the background and then one ordinary afternoon in nineteen eighteen eighty four. Dahmer was reading a book at the Public Library when a man walked by and slipped him a note it red meat me in the second can level bathroom. I'll give you a blowjob. Jeff was astonished. He'd never been propositioned before but his surprise quickly. Turn to panic. He was at the precipice of a slippery slope I. It's a brief hook up in the library bathroom. Then the deluge each of Ghaith thoughts will come flooding back. Then he's thinking about bones and dismemberment and the next thing you know he standing over another dead body so he told himself not today. It would take more than that to throw Jeffrey Dahmer off his righteous path. But the close encounter your head reawakened. Something he couldn't keep all his sexual desires repressed forever. Maybe he could find another outlet the substitute for an actual human human lover while walking through South Ridge Mall one day. He found exactly what he was looking for a male mannequin. Beckoning him from a department store window. It wasn't exactly a person but it was person shaped and it couldn't get up and walk away. Maybe this mannequin would be enough so right at closing time. Dahmer hidden inside the store until the last employees had locked up and left. When the coast was clear he undressed the mannequin? Put it in a massive sleeping bag cover and carried it right out of the store. He took a taxi back to his grandma's house and that was unfortunately after only a few weeks grandma dahmer found the mannequin. In his closet. She talked to Lionel who talk to Jeff who explained that he'd simply stolen the mannequin as a prank. He promised to return it to the store. And Linux let it go but with the mannequin out of the picture. Jeff had to look for another option. It occurred to him that if he wanted a corpse he didn't necessarily have to kill anyone. He could simply disinter a recently deceased body from this cemetery. He tried that but digging up a grave isn't as easy as is it. Sounds on the I ninety attempted it. He realized the ground was too solid to dig through with a single shovel he quickly gave up went home and never tried again. He'd tried alcoholism college. The army Miami Religion Mannequin theft and and grave. Robbing there was only one option left. He needed a living man. Luckily Milwaukee it was the perfect place to find one coming up. Jeffrey Dahmer enters the night right life now back to the story. In nineteen eighty-five Milwaukee's gay culture was thriving despite a history of conflicts works with the police the recent emergence of AIDS and a generally repressive cultural atmosphere the lgbt community had carved out a firm place ace in the city by the nineteen eighties. Milwaukee had one hundred twenty three gay bars and counting all of which operated openly under Wisconsin's sins first in the nation anti-discrimination laws into this flourishing scene. Came Twenty five year old Jeffrey Dahmer. The last time he tried to pick up a man it had ended in rejection homicide and a close call with highway patrol. Since then he'd been fighting down any trace of his sexuality pretty worried that one thing.

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Dan Do the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener. Discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder torture her sexual assault necrophilia. Cannibalism and violence against children. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children. Children under thirteen in May nineteen ninety-one twenty five year. Old Daemon was found strangled in his own home. At Milwaukee's he's Oxford apartments. The building had a locked entrance. So every tenant immediately became a suspect including the quiet man in unit two thirteen Jeffrey Dahmer. When dumber opened his door to see a detective on the other side he panicked? He had a closet full of skulls organs in the freezer. His latest victims flayed skin was was still soaking in a barrel of salt water. He was sure he was about to be arrested. He tried to remain calm as the detective asked him about a recent homicide. A black male mid twenties named Dean Vaughan but tension lifted. Dahmer didn't have anything to do with that murder. He gave an honest statement provided an alibi and the cop was on his way. Dahmer may not have killed his neighbor Dean Vaughan but he had already killed eleven other people and by the end of the month he would kill two two more. None of these homicides would ever be investigated by the Milwaukee Police. Hi I'm Greg pulsing Elson. And I'm Vanessa Richardson every Monday. Vincent I co host serial killers a podcast original. This is the final episode of our special on Jeffrey Free Dahmer. The Milwaukee Chemical at par cast. Were grateful for.

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Kingpins

"Dan Do the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener. Discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder torture her sexual assault necrophilia. Cannibalism and violence against children. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children. Children under thirteen in May nineteen ninety-one twenty five year. Old Daemon was found strangled in his own home. At Milwaukee's he's Oxford apartments. The building had a locked entrance. So every tenant immediately became a suspect including the quiet man in unit two thirteen Jeffrey Dahmer. When dumber opened his door to see a detective on the other side he panicked? He had a closet full of skulls organs in the freezer. His latest victims flayed skin was was still soaking in a barrel of salt water. He was sure he was about to be arrested. He tried to remain calm as the detective asked him about a recent homicide. A black male mid twenties named Dean Vaughan but tension lifted. Dahmer didn't have anything to do with that murder. He gave an honest statement provided an alibi and the cop was on his way. Dahmer may not have killed his neighbor Dean Vaughan but he had already killed eleven other people and by the end of the month he would kill two two more. None of these homicides would ever be investigated by the Milwaukee Police. Hi I'm Greg pulsing Elson. And I'm Vanessa Richardson every Monday. Vincent I co host serial killers a podcast original. This is the final episode of our special on Jeffrey Free Dahmer. The Milwaukee Chemical at par cast. Were grateful for.

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Dan Do the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener. Discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder torture her sexual assault necrophilia. Cannibalism and violence against children. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children. Children under thirteen in May nineteen ninety-one twenty five year. Old Daemon was found strangled in his own home. At Milwaukee's he's Oxford apartments. The building had a locked entrance. So every tenant immediately became a suspect including the quiet it man in unit two thirteen Jeffrey Dahmer. When dumber opened his door to see a detective on the other side he panicked? He had a closet full of skulls organs in the freezer. His latest victims flayed skin was was still soaking in a barrel of salt water. He was sure he was about to be arrested. He tried to remain calm as the detective asked him about a recent homicide. A black male mid twenties named Dean Vaughan but tension lifted. Dahmer didn't have anything to do with that murder. He gave an honest statement provided an alibi and the cop was on his way. Dahmer may not have killed his neighbor Dean Vaughan but he had already killed eleven other people and by the end of the month he would kill two two more. None of these homicides would ever be investigated by the Milwaukee Police. Hi I'm Greg pulsing Elson. And I'm Vanessa Richardson every Monday. Vincent I co host serial killers a podcast original. This is the final episode of our special on Jeffrey Free Dahmer. The Milwaukee Chemical at par cast. Were grateful for.

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Dan Do the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener. Discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder torture her sexual assault necrophilia. Cannibalism and violence against children. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children. Children under thirteen in May nineteen ninety-one twenty five year. Old Daemon was found strangled in his own home. At Milwaukee's he's Oxford apartments. The building had a locked entrance. So every tenant immediately became a suspect including the quiet man in unit two thirteen Jeffrey Dahmer. When dumber opened his door to see a detective on the other side he panicked? He had a closet full of skulls organs in the freezer. His latest victims flayed skin was was still soaking in a barrel of salt water. He was sure he was about to be arrested. He tried to remain calm as the detective asked him about a recent homicide. A black male mid twenties named Dean Vaughan but tension lifted. Dahmer didn't have anything to do with that murder. He gave an honest statement provided an alibi and the cop was on his way. Dahmer may not have killed his neighbor Dean Vaughan but he had already killed eleven other people and by the end of the month he would kill two two more. None of these homicides would ever be investigated by the Milwaukee Police. Hi I'm Greg pulsing Elson. And I'm Vanessa Richardson every Monday. Vincent I co host serial killers a podcast original. This is the final episode of our special on Jeffrey Free Dahmer. The Milwaukee Chemical at par cast. Were grateful for.

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Espionage

"Dan Do the graphic nature of this killer's crimes listener. Discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder torture her sexual assault necrophilia. Cannibalism and violence against children. That some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children. Children under thirteen in May nineteen ninety-one twenty five year. Old Daemon was found strangled in his own home. At Milwaukee's he's Oxford apartments. The building had a locked entrance. So every tenant immediately became a suspect including the quiet man in unit two thirteen Jeffrey Dahmer. When dumber opened his door to see a detective on the other side he panicked? He had a closet full of skulls organs in the freezer. His latest victims flayed skin was was still soaking in a barrel of salt water. He was sure he was about to be arrested. He tried to remain calm as the detective asked him about a recent homicide. A black male mid twenties named Dean Vaughan but tension lifted. Dahmer didn't have anything to do with that murder. He gave an honest statement provided an alibi and the cop was on his way. Dahmer may not have killed his neighbor Dean Vaughan but he had already killed eleven other people and by the end of the month he would kill two two more. None of these homicides would ever be investigated by the Milwaukee Police. Hi I'm Greg pulsing Elson. And I'm Vanessa Richardson every Monday. Vincent I co host serial killers a podcast original. This is the final episode of our special on Jeffrey Free Dahmer. The Milwaukee Chemical at par cast. Were grateful for.

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"His former money manager jeffrey free epstein misappropriated more than forty six million dollars of his fortune. He disclosed the issue in a letter to his foundation on wednesday. Mr wexner sner wrote that the missing funds were uncovered after he decided in two thousand seven to suffer ties with mr epstein. Mr began the separation process after allegations against mr epstein surface involving sexual abuse of underage girls. A lawyer for mr epstein couldn't be reached for comment. A spokesman for mr wexner declined to comment on whether mr wexner and reported the matter to authorities now our main story story this morning. It's a look at what financial documents big wall street banks have turned over to congressional investigators probing president trump's dealings thousands of pages documents have been turned over by the likes of citigroup and deutsche bank according to people familiar with the investigations to find out more charlie turner has been speaking to jean eagle awesome gene congressional committees controlled by democrats have subpoenaed documents for major wall street banks related to russians who may have had dealings with president trump up his family or his business new york state investigators have also made requests regarding mr trump's business and you remind us what information the house intelligence and judiciary committees are looking for and what new york state investigators are seeking and all these documents show so the congressional committees. They're focusing partly on these russians looking for any connections between russian business people and the president and his business the separately going to the bank store shirt and capital one looking for information a real wide range of information.

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat

"Friends getting misinformation just from watching porn and like comparing themselves to like these professional don't entertainers who do it for a living right and so it's all of these things all sort of put together and culminating in in shame and A. and lack of education and in lack of skills to communicate wants and needs to oneself into another person so you have to deal with sort of the surrounding issues and then from dealing with those issues it has an impact on someone's ability to get sexual pleasure as that absolutely I mean if you're there's something called spectating <hes> when you think of like engaging in sex stuff so spectating is wouldn't or not at present and you're just kind of like watching yourself is if you were floating above and cigarettes thinking like Oh. How do I rose look from this angle like how do I smell like that? I just far like you know BEC chattering and so it's really hard to like be in your body and experience pleasure when you're not present right yeah that's that's very interesting point and obviously you know when it comes to sex at in this country or in our conversations about sex as you said it's usually like you know extremely superficial whether it be porn or the way that we cover it on magazines and <hes> on the Internet and stuff like that and so I do think there are a lot of people that are left to their own devices and I guess we can sort of move forward now <hes> to the other side the not so you know some of the dangers of of people who have sexual dysfunction and of course when we're talking about the things like pedophilia in the context of Jeffrey Epstein the word pedophile has been thrown around a lot lately certainly on our show <hes> whether it besides stories or last podcast on the left we talk about people who <hes> participate in pedophilia obviously a horrible stuff and now in the context of Jeffrey Free Epstein. It's really being blasted out all over the country on newspapers all over the country. Can you give us a little bit of detail into your our work. When it comes to dealing with non offending pedophile and can you sort of clarify what that term means non offending pedophile in my work? I both work with folks who are survivors of you know survivors and victims of sexual assault sexual trauma but I also work with you know abusers <hes> and back in my p._H._d.. Program <hes> one time we had a guest visiting who was what they call well <hes> non offending minor attracted person which means someone who is committed and has no desire to act on their fantasies. She's <hes> in someone. Who is you know under the age of consent wrote so this was a person that came to speak in now? This person never acted on these impulses and these thoughts is that correct yeah and so in my research now with my dissertation. What we find is that most people who have these attractions actually don't want to or never have the desire to harm children <hes> and just to kind of clarify? I mean like you said lots of people people were throwing out this word pedophile <hes> and it's it's sort of a misnomer I mean firstly. It's such a loaded word so when we when we hear the word pedophile we immediately child Molester <hes> <hes> you know that those two are kind of synonymous <hes> secondly so if we're thinking of like diagnosis how in like the therapy world we would define header file well <hes>. It's someone who is attracted to children who are prepubescent meaning they have not gone through puberty <hes> uh-huh and so with someone like Jeffrey Epstein <hes> he kind of falls into a different category <hes> so there's another category known as <hes> keep feely us so he's Celia or have a feely..

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Venture Stories

"From that is that incarceration reservation <hes> has more costs and fewer benefits than than we thought one thing you've you've explored a lot is is innovation the dynamism and I'm curious if you accept sort of the Peter thiel framing of of the problem which is that <hes> growth has stalled since nineteen eighteen seventy three for for a number of different reasons and you'd want <unk> orthotics farming as go into any room and tell me why what's different than it besides cellphones bounced than than that same room it in nineteen seventy-three you find that accurate that digressing installed and if so what we do about it yeah yeah. I mean that is the consensus view in economics that there was a big productivity decline in the productivity growth rate beginning around nineteen seventy-three <hes> so that's the consensus view what to do about it is really difficult because I don't think anyone knows for sure one way of thinking about touted as maybe what's going on is just that in the sort of nineteen hundred or nineteen forty post. World War Two era to sort of ninety seventy three. We just got lucky you know we had a bunch of flow years because of the Great Depression and World War Two but World War Two mammy stimulated some investment in our indeed and then those ideas television radio jet aircraft those ideas Kinda carried us <hes> with high productivity activity for the next thirty years and maybe that was just kind of a random you know a a random fact of the way technology <hes> operates now. We're in the computer era. Era doesn't seem to have been enough to give us a big growth spurt like we had you know forty five seventy three <hes> maybe biological the genetic engineering. Maybe that'll do it. I'm not sure so on this view which is sort of the Tyler Cowen view. It's not so much about policy. It's about kind of deeper <hes> effects of technology which we really don't understand like why does technology grow sometimes in some field and not in other fields in a white while y you breakthroughs happen when they do on this view. It's actually quite pessimistic because even in fields which are improving you know computers being the obvious one. It seems like we're requiring more and more Labor to do that so you have. Moore's law which perhaps have begun to trail off but even if Moore's Moore's law has not begun to trail off the number of resources the researchers which we require which we have required to keep Moore's law going has has gone up and up and up and up so it seems like we're having to invest more resources just to keep growth going at the same rate. <hes> the same thing is true about <hes> new drugs <hes> you know. I've been a big critic of the F._D._A. And I continue to be a critic of the F._D._a. by also think overlying the the slowdown in new drug approvals is that it's just we got a lot of low hanging fruit early on and it seems that God has become more difficult. You need more resources to produce more new drugs. What are the implications for for somebody's trans particularly as it relates to <hes> <hes> to to Labor an economic growth so ultimately the only way that you could increase wages by increasing average productivity and really the only way you can increase average productivity in the long run. I mean you can work harder for a little while right but there's only twenty four hours a day so really the only way so you can increase average wages in the long run is to increase average productivity and you know that's gotta come for us. That is the economies which which are at the cutting edge <hes> which are the logical frontier. The only way we're able to do that is to push the frontier further out you know. China is still got a lot out of catch up. You know a lot of poor countries can grow very quickly because the are adopting the scientific advances <hes> from more developed economies. They're just adopting opting it but if you've got to invent it takes longer to invent than to adopt now. Let me say something which is a more positive <hes> and that is that is to do with China and India and in the developing economies as the come closer and closer to the frontier rather than adopting the have to invent on their own and the great eight thing about ideas is that they are made to spread around the world so it really doesn't matter whether an American invents a cure for cancer or a Chinese as researcher in China and Magic Cure for cancer. We all get a cure for cancer so if you look on a worldwide level the number of researchers per capita <hes> is increasing dramatically as China and India become rich and this is one reason why I worry about you know the trade war that's going on with China and you know foreign policy and things like that because we have much much more to gain from a rich China and from a rich India India than we do from a poor China and a poor <hes> India in the fundamental reason. Is that the bigger markets. Are you know the greater or the incentive to invest in research and development and that benefits everyone you know if I think about read a lot of your work the issues that you care a lot about as relates to innovation grow. It's it's it's open borders immigration. It's it's it's free trade. It's it's more global world in the trump era. Really some of those ideas have had become your strongly questioned or by is significant it a population we serve. You have a globalism nationalism <hes> divide as that's happened. Have you soften your views there. Do you feel like you're you're. We are the the right side of history and just needs to convince everybody else or is it. More complicated hated than initially thought. Maybe a decade ago. No I haven't softened my views. I may have become more depressed because you you know as I was growing up. <hes> you know I was growing up in in the nineteen seventies and just as in my teenage years as I was adopting these free market good ideas the world seemed to be moving in my direction right so you had the election of Reagan and Thatcher and Maruti and in Canada and you know putting aside ride out good or bad the or whatever it seemed to be moving you know sorta pro free market kind of direction and then later on where the fall of the Berlin walls one of the greatest events of my life to see the collapse of communism which people have thought would be around forever and then after the collapse of communism a fall of the Berlin Wall. We have the opening up of China China again. Just an incredible event in my life and the amazing thing is is that everything which we liberal free market economists said would would happen actually did happen is that the world did become much richer <hes> add much more peaceful and <hes> billions of people were lifted out of poverty and the United States continues to be you know an incredibly rich and vibrant and wonderful place now of course as you mentioned there has been a backlash whether that backlash is impermanent had the election gone towards Hillary Clinton. You know which could have happened. <hes> you know with the flip of a coin right. <hes> was pretty eighty close <hes> and then would we would. We still can be thinking this <hes>. I'm not sure so I think the backlash though it definitely exists in it's not only in the United States. I'm still help hopeful that it doesn't represent something a permanent but is reinvigorating. Perhaps some of these ideas and hopefully we we. We don't have the great forgetting but we're stimulated to push back ourselves. Do you believe that there's some sort of right side of history. Not necessarily you know it could be either either morally and or <hes> just GonNa win and that's you know <hes> liberalism basically <unk> take shape both economically eh and get democracy. Yeah I mean I mean. It's obviously it's a hard question which person even living living a normal life span of ninety years right. <hes> you know knock on wood. I hope I make of that long. It's going to be very difficult <hes> to tell right so and your bias by the portion of history that you do see right so I definitely think it could be the case we could have much worse events in the future. <hes> I think a nuclear war a nuclear exchange as possible and the world could close down <hes> there could be a biological the creation biological logical weapons and that could cause people to close up shut the warriors and so forth so all of these things. I think are possible <hes> on the other hand <hes>. It's very hard to see US returning to slavery for example <hes> I think it's just not economically efficient. Maybe that's the reason why but it just also seems things that there's no moral justification forward. Even though it lasted for thousands and thousands of years it was considered completely normal so I do think we have made some some moral progress. I think <hes> you know the rights of women I think again that there has been moral progress. Darren's going to be very hard to reverse on that score four but on some of these other scores we haven't made as much depresses we would like certainly I'm not expecting open borders anytime soon <hes> even even though you know people claims you know the Democrats are in favor of open borders which of course from my perspective is crazy. <hes> nobody <hes> except a few crazy libertarian libertarian types like myself is favorable open borders and why aren't they favor overboard as well. I think there's a deep bias in in our brains to be fearful of strangers <hes> this goes back to the evolutionary stable equilibrium on the African Savannah or whatever and you we grew up in in tribes and I think that battalion part of our brain is still a very natural for us to revert to that on first instance. Now what has happened is is that slowly we have increased the more our moral circles. We've expanded beyond the tribe you know to the city to the city state and then and in fact to the nation nations are actually pretty big in it's pretty it's kind of amazing that we think of our fellow. Americans that's kind of unprecedented that we could think think about three hundred million people as being art of a a coherent group that we share some <hes> moral values that we are willing to recognize is one another as moral human beings even the nation state level so I do think it's quite possible that you know we increase our moral circles <hes> even further to the entire world but we're certainly not there yet. I WANNA get deeper into immigration. I let me let me step back and ask something about growth either. Their growth is always physical says along the lines of growth is always good except when it's a tumor and I'm curious. It was ages sort of the argument. I think proposing Jeffrey Free Westbrook scale that long-term economic growth or long term sustainable economic growth is somewhat of an oxymoron in that. It's it's not sustainable. Long term that th there will be limits eventually. Would you say to that argument. How long has eventually <hes> you know. What are we talking about fifty fifty years one hundred years thousand years <hes> nobody ever you know that this argument just seems ridiculous to me. <hes> if you don't specifies on timeframe I suppose there's going to be the heat death of the universe at some point so yes <hes> there will be <hes> an end to growth but I don't see any in the long run I don't..

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"Player and Democratic Congressman Visiting mar-a-lago so. Doc I guess the question do you frank in addition to assuming that Donald Trump has since found and employed a new eyebrow west. Does this not hurt his argument that he was never a fan of Jeffrey Free Epstein back in the day. You can't study that video and not see someone who is very comfortable with Epstein Joking mucking it up having a great time. This is not someone who is saying. I can't associate myself with this and I think Brian we're looking at the lead commercial for Democrats in the upcoming twenty twenty campaign process play that play it over and over again and try to match it with what the president is saying about how distant he is from Epstein and you'll see it doesn't match up so Mika. This goes back to you if we've agreed that the S._D._N.. Why The feds office and Manhattan is is theoretically subject to pressure from the Home Office in Washington? How worried do you think team trump is on a legal basis with all these things? We've just covered that they are facing. I think no matter what happens team trump should be very worried because there's no question no matter what they're not always out of the Woods Epstein thought he was out of the woods with a cost and then you see many years later people coming back and say actually no oh we didn't cover all the allegations they're still more injustice that needs to be addressed and we can come back with future prosecutors and address these issues there is no circumstance in which team trump when out of office doesn't face some potential attention criminal liability to our favorite returning veterans to Frank Figliuzzi D'Amico Yang our thanks for making time to come on tonight another break for us and coming up civil rights icon Democratic Congressman John Lewis Reflecting on the a destructive and dangerous words spoken by the Commander in chief just these past few days when we come back with all that is coming out of this White House and this president earlier this evening we got the chance to speak with a living icon of the civil rights movement a thirty two year veteran of the U._S.. House of Representatives Democratic Congressman John Lewis of Georgia. We started founded by discussing the language of race that the president has employed just this week congressman. Thank you very much for coming on our broadcast tonight. I WanNa talk about how this week started from this President I have to say I'm just back from the National Memorial for Peace and Justice in Montgomery so this is all very current very top of mind but for a man like you its current and top of mind when you wake up in the morning when you get dressed its current and on top of mind every moment you are awake. Why are these tropes so damaging so destructive and apparently so irresistible for this president well? Thank you for having me tonight. Ah I don't quite understand it. I thought sometime ago that will come much farther along but discards and stains racism still deeply embedded in American society and as a shame and a disgrace that the president of the United States of America is a reflection. He's preaching the seed insulin deceit of racism and it's not right and it's not fast country. Why is this particular? Go back where you came from trope so destructive so dangerous with many people who grew up the way the idea and others not just from the south but other parts of the country we heard it over and over again. Go back to your school. Go back to your restaurant. Go back to your hotel. Go back to your country. No we all come from some other place a native American and we'll want people we one family and we one house not just American House House but the World House and as Dr More Nick Junior said on many occasion we must learn to live together as brothers and sisters if not we were passed as foos congressman..

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Editor. Credit sounds like that's my wife pointed out and she thought that it was because there's so much footage from the first season they might have to credit him because they've they've incorporated so much of his stuff but it turns out he had he's been editing the entire time and that's why it feels visually only very much more same season. One entirely director Zoe Kravitz is curator. She did something seven hard time haunting. She's wanted by yeah. Oh here's another shadow walking last night. Did you interest-rate yeah. I pick the hell out of that show but when it was nine o'clock last night and Oliver was finally asleep like at nine forty. It's like every also watch lineup like I very that in handmaid's I'm very excited watching the house. I felt felt like the way that I know the ones the last episode but the way the this week's episode ended. I said out loud here. We go data. I'm ready to watch like I'm excited again. Like a whole bunch of time of Nicole Kidman <hes> interrogating Yeah Meryl Streep and that's the up in David Kelly courtroom situations during yell out in the middle of that can't wait. Laura Dern is essentially comic relief on the show. I know that's not how that's not how they intended but it's it. You can't not see it as funny because first of all we need to correct ourselves because jeter yourselves a couple of things Jeffrey Nordland is the actor that we were talking about two weeks ago. Not that's not James Tupper who plays Zoe Kravitz husband but Jeffrey Free Nordlinger Gordon do the do the thing with the with the Balabagn's this guy every show this guy's on Nashville on Nashville and he's big little lies. A lot of a picture of that guy knew all agreed he was the I no. You'd have insurance that although your tax was great I'm sorry I didn't know the bearded guy that from the show. I don't defending yourself very nicely. You made the fool because we keep up on what we do. Garin it put down the horror films and watch what we watched that you can do your job how would that. Let's see crawl your fucking bags yeah. That's just didn't you gotta see Garin. It's crime male movie instead to concerts supporting a friend of the show strong wrong phrase see he's. He's an Uber driver and his name is STU. Wait what what is it really oh boy. I thought it was a buddy cop film or are you. Did you legit not no that was like the premise last name was stupor. I thought okay it's a fun. It's it's it's definitely a great movie but it's fun movie. I'm sure I'll shoot at some point. Although I'm not a huge fan of day Batista I know you love Them. I do you love him. I know you do and do them. I see I can't figure out if he's funny or not right relish. We'll tell you what's funny his everything he does. In Guardians is yes great percents so funny just doing that character in this movie would probably be amazing. Yeah I think he's he's a little charming. I guess I like the villain a lot Kinda mad. He didn't get a lot of screen time actor. That was my one complaint Garin..

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on The Frame

"You wanna watch a movie would you rather watch it at home or in a movie theater how about another option watching that film on your smartphone but not all that one's rather in one ten minutes snippet a day that's jeffrey free katzenberg thinking behind his short form mobile video platform currently in the works it's called quimby in the name of short quick bites there's still a lot of questions about how it all work before its launch next year but so far quimby has been able raised more than a billion dollars in drawing some top creative talent laying low way senior tv writer at variety has been looking into what ob excitement is about quitting doesn't launch for almost another year actually it'll come out in april twenty twenty twenty but i think the reason why everybody is so hyped up about it is because you've got to story leaders one from tech meg whitman former e b and hewlett packard ceo and this giant of industry jeffrey katzenberg who was at one time the head of dreamworks and walt disney studios and he's really the reason why people are so excited about it right people are excited about it because he's excited about it people believe in because he believed in it he's been selling the service as eight mobile platform that allows these quick bites which is what could be a short for short form content that'll have premium serialized scripted content unscripted content news news and sports and it'll be released in these five to ten minute chunks daily andy idea is that when you're waiting for coffee or you have a dull moment in your day those times when you're whipping out your phone and you're looking at twitter or facebook or something else and you're just putting around phone instead of doing that you'll go quickly and you'll watch five minutes of a sand rainy horror anthology or ten minutes of an anna kendrick buddy comedy instead so he has raised i think more then a billion dollars to fund this and right now it seems like he has attracted some really interesting talent to make content frequency i was in a van a couple of weeks ago where i ran into antwon fuqua who were a lot of people know from the training day movie he's also made the equalizer with denzel washington and he was producing a movie frequency and he was telling me that it was very attractive even though i think this movie was gonna be caught up into ten minute chunks what is jeffries pitch been to the creative community would be paid responding to well a big part of the appeal for creators is he intellectual property because the way it's format it would be will exclusively license their projects for seven years but after the first two years be rights revert back to beans creators and filmmaker so they'll be able to go and repackage this series they'll be able to hopefully seamlessly thread together all of these five to ten minute chunks of these stories and repackage package them as a feature film as a two and a half hour project but they could then go sell to another service so that's really attractive thing and also again there's just see appeal of katzenberg himself because he has been so successful in this industry i mean an wants so i told me that sitting down with jeffrey katzenberg is like sitting down with the godfather yeah although if you look at some of the movies he made at the walt disney company and some of his animated movies there are some questions about jeffrey storytelling taste will save that conversation for something what is the financial model because a lot of people right now are thinking about disconnecting subscriptions that they might have to their cable or satellite company or who were netflix so how are they trying to position it financially and what do they expect you people so they'll be selling two versions of quip me they'll be ad supported version for five dollars a month and any ad free version for seven dollars a month and it sounds like a small amounts but you also consider that people are i don't know if they're near saturation but there are certainly so many different streaming platforms out there you've got netflix and amazon and who and all of these different subscription services that people are already paying for so that even when you cut the cord you've got sometimes a hefty bill at the end of the month when you combine all these so that'll be a real test will be deceived they can break through that barrier and get people to fork over five to seven bucks a month for this of of course they're bringing some real alias talent and that's where their strength wli again you've got a project from kia motors del toro don cheadle liam hemsworth a you know tyra banks chrissy teagan and you know i think the other question here is also whether there will be on de creator side resale value for them after they were allowed to take their project off of quickly or after they're allowed to repackage their project from could be and sell it to a different platform so if there are detractors in town or at least doubters what would you say is a consistent question that they have about quickly what is gonna be the obstacles to its success there are a couple of different questions that came up in are reporting one of them is do people want this model people were still used to benching on tv these days when you're going to netflix their whole thing is the bench model and it's this also isn't appointment tv it's sort sort of a a daily thing that comes on five ten minutes a day but what if i want to watch the whole movie so in that case do i just wait for a month for all of these daily releases it come on the service and then say binge watch them all anyway on a saturday afternoon a so that's definitely a very unique model that hasn't really been done before another question that people have is people are so used to getting something for nothing specially from a mobile device store people going to be willing to fork over five and seven bucks a month for quickey a get another question is will the viewership justify the cost there are some really high numbers that were being thrown around a believe entrances what's project is gonna cost about fifteen million dollars which is certainly more than you could say for a lot of other short for mobile video out there andy clippings model is subscriptions an ad revenue and that's how they're planning on monetize ing they're stored as a but it'll be interesting to see whether these dubs an ad revenue justify be amount that they're investing.

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Katzenberg, Jeffrey Free And Ten Minute discussed on The Frame

The Frame

06:36 min | 1 year ago

Katzenberg, Jeffrey Free And Ten Minute discussed on The Frame

"You wanna watch a movie would you rather watch it at home or in a movie theater how about another option watching that film on your smartphone but not all that one's rather in one ten minutes snippet a day that's jeffrey free katzenberg thinking behind his short form mobile video platform currently in the works it's called quimby in the name of short quick bites there's still a lot of questions about how it all work before its launch next year but so far quimby has been able raised more than a billion dollars in drawing some top creative talent laying low way senior tv writer at variety has been looking into what ob excitement is about quitting doesn't launch for almost another year actually it'll come out in april twenty twenty twenty but i think the reason why everybody is so hyped up about it is because you've got to story leaders one from tech meg whitman former e b and hewlett packard ceo and this giant of industry jeffrey katzenberg who was at one time the head of dreamworks and walt disney studios and he's really the reason why people are so excited about it right people are excited about it because he's excited about it people believe in because he believed in it he's been selling the service as eight mobile platform that allows these quick bites which is what could be a short for short form content that'll have premium serialized scripted content unscripted content news news and sports and it'll be released in these five to ten minute chunks daily andy idea is that when you're waiting for coffee or you have a dull moment in your day those times when you're whipping out your phone and you're looking at twitter or facebook or something else and you're just putting around phone instead of doing that you'll go quickly and you'll watch five minutes of a sand rainy horror anthology or ten minutes of an anna kendrick buddy comedy instead so he has raised i think more then a billion dollars to fund this and right now it seems like he has attracted some really interesting talent to make content frequency i was in a van a couple of weeks ago where i ran into antwon fuqua who were a lot of people know from the training day movie he's also made the equalizer with denzel washington and he was producing a movie frequency and he was telling me that it was very attractive even though i think this movie was gonna be caught up into ten minute chunks what is jeffries pitch been to the creative community would be paid responding to well a big part of the appeal for creators is he intellectual property because the way it's format it would be will exclusively license their projects for seven years but after the first two years be rights revert back to beans creators and filmmaker so they'll be able to go and repackage this series they'll be able to hopefully seamlessly thread together all of these five to ten minute chunks of these stories and repackage package them as a feature film as a two and a half hour project but they could then go sell to another service so that's really attractive thing and also again there's just see appeal of katzenberg himself because he has been so successful in this industry i mean an wants so i told me that sitting down with jeffrey katzenberg is like sitting down with the godfather yeah although if you look at some of the movies he made at the walt disney company and some of his animated movies there are some questions about jeffrey storytelling taste will save that conversation for something what is the financial model because a lot of people right now are thinking about disconnecting subscriptions that they might have to their cable or satellite company or who were netflix so how are they trying to position it financially and what do they expect you people so they'll be selling two versions of quip me they'll be ad supported version for five dollars a month and any ad free version for seven dollars a month and it sounds like a small amounts but you also consider that people are i don't know if they're near saturation but there are certainly so many different streaming platforms out there you've got netflix and amazon and who and all of these different subscription services that people are already paying for so that even when you cut the cord you've got sometimes a hefty bill at the end of the month when you combine all these so that'll be a real test will be deceived they can break through that barrier and get people to fork over five to seven bucks a month for this of of course they're bringing some real alias talent and that's where their strength wli again you've got a project from kia motors del toro don cheadle liam hemsworth a you know tyra banks chrissy teagan and you know i think the other question here is also whether there will be on de creator side resale value for them after they were allowed to take their project off of quickly or after they're allowed to repackage their project from could be and sell it to a different platform so if there are detractors in town or at least doubters what would you say is a consistent question that they have about quickly what is gonna be the obstacles to its success there are a couple of different questions that came up in are reporting one of them is do people want this model people were still used to benching on tv these days when you're going to netflix their whole thing is the bench model and it's this also isn't appointment tv it's sort sort of a a daily thing that comes on five ten minutes a day but what if i want to watch the whole movie so in that case do i just wait for a month for all of these daily releases it come on the service and then say binge watch them all anyway on a saturday afternoon a so that's definitely a very unique model that hasn't really been done before another question that people have is people are so used to getting something for nothing specially from a mobile device store people going to be willing to fork over five and seven bucks a month for quickey a get another question is will the viewership justify the cost there are some really high numbers that were being thrown around a believe entrances what's project is gonna cost about fifteen million dollars which is certainly more than you could say for a lot of other short for mobile video out there andy clippings model is subscriptions an ad revenue and that's how they're planning on monetize ing they're stored as a but it'll be interesting to see whether these dubs an ad revenue justify be amount that they're investing

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on WEEI

"What proper the moves were they were two separate moves even though fortunately the timing worked out the way i wanted a dick at that but uh i was not shop in these guys had calls for multiple teams about sammy all the way back in june shortly after up took over the job and so you know those things happen all the time people think i mentioned before people ask about different players all the time on this week in never know what serious or what just bait but but again i was not and we were not actively shopping area either of these guys we're not actively shopping and anybody but it became uh la got very serious about sami and philadelphia got very serious about ronald and the timing worked out and as i realize the time it worked out i was able to acquire jordan to help fillon for for sammy adjei gains to help fillon for losing ronald the trade leaves bills quarterback tara taylor with out his top wide receiver target but buffalo is stockpiling draft picks dow owns two selections in the first second and third rounds in the 2018 draft sports and all night on espn radio and the espn apem chris malati according to multiple reports including espn's jerry kraz the miami marlins owner jeffrey free loria is in the final stages of an agreement to sell the team to a group that includes former yankee shortstop derek jeter the price tag one point two billion dollars espn mlb analyst edward no peres with cuban mayhem dion sports center looksee cheaters potential impact on the team what will having guaranteed her in the ownership group mean for the marlins plans well for the players themselves i think that's about uh the word cheat or one about playing the game guy that when he walks until the clubhouse there will be instant respect it's a it's a that understands how to win in his learn how to be less lead also with george steinbrenner the home sold does had a lot of good teachers it was a road good observant he's had a lot of people around him that understands how to run a business so he going to go out there and he's not going to try to make this until the new york yankees but he will make it into what he believes is the miami via the mayan.

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"jeffrey free" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"jeffrey free" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To protect us industry which is the whole point says agricultural economist lynn kennedy at luisiana state university many many countries have special commodities that they like to protect and ensure ghur is one of those for the united states and there's something for the politically powerful sugar refiners in the state's mexico will send less refined products that would compete headon gonna create more job opportunities for us refiners to actually add more value to the product except or less competition and high prices helps a few thousand sugar farmers even though three hundred million american consumers pay those prices and that's typically how the politics of protectionism works says harvard political scientist jeffrey free to us government out in one way or another there have been supporting the american sugar industry for well over a hundred years it's extremely valuable to the american sugar growers and costly to american consumers but crush we in a matter of since the sugar true smith send a signal on broader usmexico nafta tensions if this deal had fallen through boats sides had warned of new trade tariffs in retaliation so this kohl's heads for now says christopher wilson at the mexico institute of the wilson center thinktank put this shows is that the united states government despite the campaign rhetoric that was really in in we lose terms can come to the table and find mutually agreed vote solutions at least for today in washington i'm scott tong for marketplace on wall street this tuesday bumpy and down will have the details when we do than others.

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