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The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"jerry sandusky" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"And so the transfer portal thing to me is more difference of that could be the different ignoring the transfer portal could be the difference between going to the playoff and reaching the national championship or continuing to have more seasons like last year. If your defense coordinator hire goes bad, then you could really implode, right? I mean, we've seen that. If you're suddenly your defense is a complete mess, then we might be talking worse than camping world bowl. All right, so that was my ten minute rant for today. We want to get to our guests. It's the excellent poll Levine, tremendous investigative reporter for ESPN. She co authored this story this week, so it's an intense story. You got to set aside about an hour to read it. Co authored with Tom junod about an untold story about a serial predator who was a former Penn State football player. Let's get to her now. All right, we're pleased now to be joined by Paul Levine from ESPN. We told you guys about this amazing story disturbing story that she and Tom Gino wrote on ESPN dot com. And Paula, when you read this and you think that the subject of it, Todd hodden, should be like, how have I not heard this name before? He seems like he should be one of the all time most notorious predators in criminals and yet had never heard the name until your story. So I'm going to ask you, how did you find out who he was and what prompted you to do the story? Well, there's actually a pretty incredible backstory with this that involves my colleague Tom janow. Tom actually knew of talent hodden back in high school. He played for a rival school and he recalled when in the 80s when Todd hodden was convicted of murder. He recalled that case. And it wasn't until recently within the last couple of years, Tom was going through some journals that he had kept from that time period. That he was going back to as part of some research for a book that he was doing. And came across something that he had written, and it was a note to himself, which was, you know, someday look into Todd hodden. And this was in 2020. And around this time, he had started this not knowing much more about Todd than what he remembered from back then. And he was not aware that there were crimes that Todd had committed in State College when he was still at Penn State. And it wasn't until he started asking around and talking to some of his former teammates that he realized that this is a bigger story. And at the time, Todd had just taught a died in April of 2020, and Tom was thinking about doing a story. And this was during COVID. And so there was a thought that he would do sort of a story along those lines and it became very clear, very quickly that this was a much bigger story. And most of the story has been untold. And so this is around the time when he calls me and I vividly remember when he called me and started talking about this, that I knew right away, this was a ripe opportunity to investigate everything there was to know about Todd hodden. And to answer your question, why on earth, after all the stuff that came out during sandusky after all the institutional reflection at Penn State during that time has no one ever heard of this case and what turns out to be, as we say in the story, perhaps the most dangerous predator to ever play college football. For context for some of our listeners who may not be familiar with who Tom is, Tom is a legendary magazine writer from GQ and esquire, and I don't even know if I should use the word arguably. The best magazine writer, takeout writer, journalist, that there is the fact that you said what you said about, I don't know if it's coincidence or whatever that he happened to be the one who had this connection is kind of mind-blowing in itself. So spending that forward, you've done a some amazing work as an investigative person in your career. And I think about this as you're working, this is obviously a massive undertaking as anybody who's read it has seen. How often are you sitting there going as you get into this? Oh my God, I can't believe we're going down this Penn State well, is it deja vu? Because I mean, as I'm reading this, I'm thinking, Jerry sandusky was there the whole time this guy played there. He was like, I know he was like, maybe 71 or 70 when he got there. So in the context of all that, like, it's not to say, are we having a epiphany about Joe Paterno and the Penn State program and how it was viewed, but as you're reporting this, how are you processing that aspect of how we looked at it back then? There was just it was mind-blowing when the sandusky paternal stuff happened ten years ago. Now I'm looking back, it's just even more like, what the hell, you know? I just couldn't, I couldn't process that as I was reading it, because I kept on coming back to it, 'cause we know of this other stuff, and now you have this prequel to it, basically. Right. You know, that was so interesting when we were crafting the story and talking about how are we, how are we making the tie between this and sandusky? And the answer to that really came from the people that we interviewed and especially a lot of the women who were on campus at the time of honey when we talked to them about when, in fact, oftentimes it came up without me asking, oftentimes they would bring it up just sort of out of the blue. They would say, you know, when the sandusky news broke, I thought to myself, this doesn't surprise me at all. This was the environment that was already brewing at Penn State. And it is so true. Even though these are different offenses involving different people, though obviously sandusky had sandusky was one of the coaches that had worked with. But even though these are different instances with different people, what you can say to what happened at Penn State as you can say to what happened and Baylor at Michigan state or Michigan or other schools that have these issues is that it's never just one bad Apple. It's never just one instance. It's a system that over time.
ROCK 107 WIRX
"jerry sandusky" Discussed on ROCK 107 WIRX
"Fantastic the woman though. The woman doing the climbing explained to play by play announcer. Jerry sandusky while he was on the air this is what she said quotes. I'm a veteran. He's looking for a drink. It's looking forward. During woman was convinced to stop her epic climb and most likely spent monday working on her hangover. But kinda funny dude. You can see this chick climbing the broadcast parade stuff. I just love that live on. Hey you guys got imposing their note. Ma'am during a three sam. Buca kaz ma'am. This is the this is the announcer booth this is. We're doing live play by route. Three damn buca ma'am. This is not a bar. We don't have any booze. in this. Are full of microphones and somebody get this lady outta here. That's great. that's wonderful feet. Somebody adver feet that someone crawling of the side of our building right now to these two windows asking me to make them cocktails i. I like a long island iced. Here's the ma'am. I am doing a show. Can't you get up here honestly. That's kind of impressive press. I shimmied up the signing. Okay all right. Well that deserves a long island. Iced tea or drink. She turns into spiderwoman. Spiderwoman spiderwoman getting drinks in the radio booth That's great good for her and yeah she's probably definitely feeling it the next the next day. She's like i did why happened. Yeah just turn on the tv lady. We'll show you what happened. Look look karen that you climbing up the side of the radio booth i did what. Yeah there you go. I thought it ended on a funny story. Good enough for me man Sports brought you by bud distributing but was delicious. I know you haven't one right now. You have a problem rock. One.
WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"jerry sandusky" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"So that's that's why you play. That's why you play. You never assume Anthony average. Picks off the deflected ball, and the Ravens have a life in Vegas. They can't believe it as the Raiders walk to the sideline, you know, it's funny. As I said after the game, I was like it feels like my career. It's just like yes, crap, you know, like yes. Thank Um, you know, but you know we won the game, man, you know, and it feels so good, so, especially to win the first one. I know I kind of gave it away there, but I couldn't help it Does that Derek Carr soundbite not go perfectly with yes, game winning touchdown to Oh, my gosh. I just threw an interception in the end zone crab. It's after hours on CBS Sports Radio. I get it. This was a tipped ball, but still an interception is an interception, and the quarterback feels like it's him. His fault. And they went from game winning score to turn over just like that. The call with Jerry Sandusky on the Ravens radio network. So now the Ravens have an opportunity and they've got to be flying high. Their defense has given the ball back to Lamar Jackson, and they're going to do something with it because they've got Justin Tucker and they just need a few yards to get into Tucker's field. Goal range, Okay? Maybe more than a few. And here's the thing. The almost in Oakland The Vegas defense was so bad last year, it didn't matter what Derek Carr in the offense did or how good they were because the defense would get picked apart. And so I thought it was kind of fitting that the defense showed up when they had to have it. Jackson in the gun. Six in the secondary.
The Tony Kornheiser Show
"jerry sandusky" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Behold the four by four by one hundred. I guess was in progress. I ran downstairs on. Tv found that they were in third place going into the final leg relay. This was the two hundred four to one. I must admit. I've grown a bit jaded blase regarding sports as i get older but when katie decky hit the water and started out like a speed boat. I jumped up and full on started cheering. Come on katie. come on katie. you can do it. Katie was phenomenal. Wilpon unsurprised overtook. The ozzy swimmer. And if given a bit more poulenc she would've corden overtaken the chinese swimmer. It was all incredibly thrilling. I love sports but all of this comes back to the show. I would have simply rolled back over and gone to sleep. After my son's laundry hijinks had it not been for katie la visit to chatter and pat forties updates regarding daughter brooke. It was a double d a moment. I did not know how many lilies around the world we're up cheating on cheering on katie. And and the rest of the team i do. Not have bobby. Godspeed was up as he posted about it. My suspicion is that men were many honorary aunts and uncles among the littles which cheering on our heroic nieces. Tony beason in cincinnati from justin johnson in arlington virginia. Dear jeremiah. scotty. Sean and all the others. I'll admit i have no voice in this race but i feel it could be a lot. I mean look at aol sports broadcaster. Baltimore jerry sandusky from paul simon. Tom jones rick springfield jesse all hammers. None of them know what it feels like to be asked where every other day nobody feels like to be asked what it was like living alone in new york and none of them know what it feels like to be of chevy chase's really as much of a pain on the says he's rumored to be. I respectfully submit that. Those people are pauses and subaru drivers worthy of neither attention or sympathy. If you can do me. The great honor of naming media official atlanta-based divorce attorney of the case in the with a hardship. I've experienced since i learned to recognize shapes and colors. Maybe just maybe. It would make up for thirty three years worth of relegation to an inferior paul simon and from john glenn dear dr ron on wednesday show. I heard a fellow little attempt to one up me when it came to give names. He goes sparky try. This went on for sasha. Not only is my name a home phone for an astronaut not be so brands real one. Us senator american hero in pioneer. I grew up on marlborough place. Yea like the cigarette every time would order a pizza for us or give the nice kid on the other. End the line. Our address for delivery. I'd always hear. Downtrodden applies of yes like the cigarettes. And if that wasn't enough i grew up in. I grew up in modesto california. Dc residents may well remember the famous link. But for those. Who don't gary condit was my representative growing up to make matters worse my freshman year at drake university in des moines. Iowa was during the high delay. See peterson trial. So why was the astronaut who grew up in the cigarette house in a murderous town jeremiah. Police liberally apply sunscreen and tom. Please pick up all the pants on your way off stage. i win. john. Glenn great is that great. Is that if you're on your bike to. Everyone is always do wear white. Who's your favorite picture. What does not sure do. Who's your favorite batter. Soto price Doc ask food asked..
The Rich Eisen Show
"jerry sandusky" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And hbo. Max bob with the myriad interviews you've done who has been the most impactful -til wow well you could say in a certain sense although it certainly wasn't my favorite I think we handled it competently the interview. With jerry sandusky justice. The penn state story with breaking nationally probably had the greatest measurable impact in that. Most of the country concluded that he was guilty. He still disputes that. Their appeals pending. He has some defenders. Now in the. That's why the think he was railroaded. Or that what he did was quite as awful as what most people now believe. I don't know how that'll play out. We're ten years down the road but certainly at the time that had a tremendous impact on the public understanding of the case. And what interview is out there that you still are searching for. Who's the person that you haven't gotten yet that you want to sit down across from you. Well you know this may be a generational thing All of us would love to see an interview. A truly in-depth and candid interview with sandy koufax but i totally respect and even admire sandy stance. He's a private person by nature. He's a humble person by nature and he also has what very few even the greatest of the great few have this. There's just no disputing his place in history and in the public imagination. He didn't have to win three hundred games. He was done at thirty because of his arthritic elbow. One less than two hundred games. What's so great and so elegant in such a short period of time. What is there for him to defend or explain. He's probably better off not just because of his reticence and on shyness but he's probably better off not even attempting to gild the lily or go back down memory lane every recollection of him from every direction. It's one hundred percent. Well earned justified admiration. So what can you do to advance that. And he further and every time i cross paths with sandy. He is extremely gracious and it. The last time. I asked him for an interview was probably fifteen years or so ago and he'd never used an intermediary he always called me back and the conversation went something like this suzy. If i ever do it. I'll do it with you. And then i began to realize. I'm at the front line. That never moves designation as a person. I pretty much meaningless. That's a one way ticket to know. Yeah you know. Obviously he's sort of like you know in the literary world. Everyone wanted the interview. Jd salinger right with harper lee. Because they were so reclusive for a long time and he's kind of out of the public eye. Now think about this susie. You always saw jack. Nicholson at laker games. But jack nicholson never did a television interview. He wouldn't even go on with johnny carson when everyone was blocking to johnny and the last month wouldn't even go on with johnny carson and his explanation in the nineties was look i'm a movie star. You go to the movies. They turn the lights down. It's a big screen. That's different than being on your little home screen. And people pottering around i don't wanna diminish that mystique and you have to give that to him. Which leads this story. You have a minute for it. I always have a minute for you bob. Thank you susie so nineteen ninety-two. Nba finals the bulls and the trailblazers. So it's one of the games in chicago and nicholson is in chicago Filming hoffa so. He's a huge basketball fan. Not surprising he can get good seats. Not at center court like in l. a. but underneath one of the baskets along the baseline and somebody from nbc spots him and the producer says bob dino. Jack nicholson yeah. What kind of friendly acquaintances. He's down their goal. Ask them if they'll come on with you at halftime now i'm way up in the rafters and the old chicago stadium. I'm like guys. This is a fool's errand he's not going to do you own with two us. Go ask him like four minutes to go in the second quarter. I go winding down the ramp and i wait until the time out and i come up behind him and i tapped him on his right shoulder and his head turns and i swear it reminded me of that scene in the shining..
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"jerry sandusky" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
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"jerry sandusky" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"To a message from where we're going to call this person. K t think that will work out. Says i apologize in advance as this may turn into a charlie conspiracy board with strings all over. I don't know if i believe at all but there are a bunch of weird things that have happened. That may be connected. I'll try to be brief. There's a ton of rabbit holes to go down here depending on how much you want to ruin your day researching cold trafficking and abuse all about it. Yep in the mid two thousand. The center county philadelphia district attorney. Ray gre- car. That's a spelled r. a. y. g. r. i c. a. r. disappeared under mysterious circumstances. Eventually his computer was found with the hard drive missing. He had been involved in declining to pursue investigating jerry sandusky. That's the penn state. University's monster. Anyway that's in centre county where he was the district attorney. Here's it's crazy john. Decamp named sandusky as involved in child trafficking and pedophilia in the late eighties early nineties during his investigation into the franklin cover up which we spoken about on the show before the franklin cover another franklin cover up investigator. Gary kara dory died under mysterious circumstances in a plane crash after allegedly finding something important. Maybe ray gre- car was changing. His mind about sandusky and was killed. They have been. As far. As i know baseless claims that's in dusky and epstein and even several were all connected. There's also another mysterious death from two thousand and three in lancaster. County pennsylvania of a us assistant attorney general. Jonathan luna that some conspiracies link with ray green car. I don't know if it means anything but it's super weird. Thanks for reading. Take care katie. So there's a lot of detail a lot of proper nouns in that message from thank you. Katie for writing to us. But we're just going to dip our toes into this one for today's episode. You can go over to north central p. a. dot com and read this article titled no answers sixteen years later in disappearance of center county. Da ps says case still open. This article was posted february. Twenty four th twenty twenty. One and again is talking about sixteen years after this initial disappearance. I'm going to give you some of the bullet points here from what happened to ray car. At least what we know on april fifteenth. Two thousand five. Ray told his girlfriend that he was going to head out for the day wasn't going to go to work. He was going to go for a drive and it appears that he did just that he went from his home to place called lewisburg pennsylvania and he disappeared. his car was found there amid a mini cooper. That happened to be red in color and inside this vehicle by the way they found it. Two days later on the seventeenth But they found his cellular phone which was turned off. And that's a two thousand five cellular phone. I have no idea what model of cellphone a district attorney would have here. But it's probably pretty nice. They looked for him for for quite a while to try and find evidence of perhaps he took his own life. Perhaps you know something. Some foul play was involved but it was very strange. He was a missing person for for a while. They turned up his computer. As katie said in that email the hard drive was removed. It was in the susquehanna river and you know it had been degraded quite a bit just from being in a river and you know not having a hard drive so there was no no real evidence picked up on that. There's a bunch of weird things that could be factors in here. That are difficult to sift through. Because greg car was a district attorney which meant he was the point person in putting away a lot of people anytime the state or the you know that. His district was going toe to toe with someone to for prosecution. Here was the guy so he probably made a lot of enemies and according to those nearest to him they would say that he was very cautious when deciding whether or not to go forward with the case because he didn't you know you don't want to go against a powerful person unless you've got a an open and shut case i think is how you'd say unless you're sure you can you can prosecute effectively. It's tight but the weird connections here to sandusky and some of the other stuff exist it would be up to us. You know in doing some some intense research to decide if they're sand to any of that stuff. The reason why. I say that is because in this article as well as a few other articles that have come out since his disappearance including one in from nbc channel ten philadelphia posted in two thousand eleven titled da. Never charged. sandusky has been missing since two thousand five. According to that article the original one we are talking about and several individual people that were close to him. They think something else was going on it will. This wasn't a matter of him. You know choosing to disappear choosing to go into witness protection or to take his own life. There's one person in particular we need to mention. A man named bob buehner. He's a former montour. County district attorney. Who knew ray really well. And i've got a quote Two separate quotes here for you. He says i spoke with ray right before he went missing. there was no way he was remotely suicidal. At that time. In two thousand five he was getting ready to retire in a few months. Eight months to be exact. He was planning trips across the country. He was going to see his daughter in seattle washington. It was going to visit national parks. He was going to enjoy himself after thirty. Five years of being a prosecutor. Again this party. Here's brunner's opinion but he does say that his relationship with patti was his girlfriend's name a patty four nicole as say it. It was very stable. He was financially sound at that time in two thousand five so there aren't a lot of these telltale signs that maybe something was wrong. That just people around him didn't know but again if something was really wrong many people wouldn't know this toughing so at least according to bob everything seemed to be going well and he doesn't at least believe that he would have done that he does say. I strongly believe that there are several people who are still alive. Who know what happened to ray know how. He was allured to lewisburg and know what happened when he was there because he says that many individuals reached out to him early on in the two thousand five to two thousand and ten era. Who said these people reached out to bob. This information he passed it onto investigators. And this is another quote from bob. I had a pretty strong sense of in general who was responsible. The actual details no but specifically who did it. Yes and it's weird because he Dancing on the precipice of this rabbit hole. I get the distinct feeling this guy. That law enforcement was putting the slow sauce on some of this E considering you know that the time the the fact that you wasn't interviewed until twenty fifteen in fact he had people reaching out to them I believe was at least one source. Alleging that greek are had quote rutta. Foul of a person was in the witness protection program. That is. I've seen that alleged. But i you know that's from byun as a quote. Yes exactly exactly he. He's alleging quite a few things here but not giving the details because he says he doesn't have the details he it's like he knows the general information he believes he knows the general information and again he passed on that does leads. I suppose investigators will. He also wants to be careful as as a professional he. He wants to make sure that he is not saying anything that he cannot back up. Right once that airtight case. And you have really careful. Because a misstep could lead to someone escaping justice. Yeah exactly if he says the wrong thing in an interview and somebody's name leaks out there then you're essentially changing public opinion or possibly changing public opinion through the media before a trial begins which can lead to a mistral. I wanna read you this last thing here because we're not even getting into the sandusky stuff yet told you about that article from from nbc that you can check out in. We're going to keep going down that rabbit hole but as far as that initial investigation into reagan disappearance the current district attorney of center county. Man named bernie torna says quote. It is an open case. The state police have a lead detective assigned to it every year. We get leads and we follow them up. Basically saying yes. This is still ongoing. Sorry i can't talk to you. Essentially there is one weird thing all man. I found it on the charlie project. So i wasn't even going to bring it up but i'll i'll just mention it here. According to that site raise brother roy card disappeared under similar circumstances. This this time. It was in dane. Ohio in nineteen ninety six quote. He told his wife he was going out to buy mulch and never returned later. His body was pulled from the great miami river and his drowning was ruled a suicide so i don't know that's a bit weird right. Two brothers going in a similar way Raise stuff was found in the river. Hats very strange very very strange stuff. Yeah i mean it's not hard proof that they're connected but i would agree with your assessment that it is highly irregular the very least yep. That's it not making any assessments here other than us weird Yeah so there's there's a lot more to go on here. I don't have a lot of answers. Kt but you for putting us on the case. I'm going to look into this further. We all will hopefully. And maybe there's episode in here. 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"jerry sandusky" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Well. We had this issue We privacy so as so speed danger. Just still death i himself. You name it forever. So this guy zola's cards on the table and he's saying look exxon funds. He verbatim says this exxon funds shadow groups to spread misinformation about climate science crusoe's particular quote from him. Did we join some of these shadow groups to work against some of the early efforts. Yes that's true. Says something else important even more disturbing but there's nothing nothing illegal about that. We're looking out for our vestments. Were looking out for our shareholders and then he talks about how the single out moderate democrats to push them toward the Exxon's primary goal which is to avoid increasing costs avoid legislation that they think goes too far to combat climate change. So far i want to check in so this is not just me monologue in guy so far. Did you guys hear about the story earlier. This is a few days ago. Did this is definitely an apple. News like shot across the bow. And i was like i. I think it was yahoo news that i initially like that sent me to. I guess and it didn't look like much of an article. It just again. maybe. I just don't use yahoo news enough and i couldn't ascertain whether it was real or not and i didn't take the time to look into it though. I am back on that article now today. Ben and i notice it pushing out to a guardian article that is keeping me a soft paywall. I've never seen a paywall with the guardian by the way. Oh wait i just had to click on. Something said. i'll do it later. Okay gave any mail address earlier for the oregonian honestly. Is it visit that big of a surprise. You know they got caught. Is the story but you know. Of course it's alarming when you hear this stuff like spelled out in front of you and so starkly lit like this. But i just can't imagine the kind of conversations like minded lobbyists in this type of industry have over cocktails like it's got your gut wrenching. Sure but we're at a bubble influential like the things that we understand love. Our listeners understand. As gross abnormal commonplace would probably astonished discussed a lot of other people vicious terrifically embarrassing for several members of congress because mccoy specifically shouts them out. He says. I talk with senator joe. Manchin democrat from west virginia weekly. I talked to his office. All the time says look if we need senator so and so to show up on the floor to sign something. We need them to write a letter. We just ask for it. We'll get him to do that. Donate some where to campaign. Donate some word of the campaign and so he says that of course this is legal. He doesn't say whether it should be legal he also has a He's also made a splash in the ongoing debate. Of course exxon mobil immediately walks away from this as fast as they can without looking like. They're running The c. e. o. Woods said that The lobbyists comments in no way reflect exxon mobil's position which is demonstrably untrue. That's the interesting. What's interesting about that. Statement is that it is false. Although it's a cover right the lobbying firms that are employed by the company are then a cover. So this exact thing. If this thing happens it's like paying for insurance. That was our lobbying firm. Of course you know they fight tooth and nail for our interests but you know we at exxon mobil would never ever say those things or believe those things again you can greenpeace posted the video online and you can see him. You could see these just playing real politic in a way because he says look no one's going to propose tax on all americans in the senate cynical side of me says we kind of know that but it gives us a talking point. We can say well. What is exxon mobil for. Well we're for a carbon tax because we know it will never happen because we work to make sure it will never happen. Jeez i just watched this film Just came out an hbo. Max called no sudden move with Don cheadle and Benicio del toro soderbergh. It is in it. I really liked it. That he uses wide angle lenses. Very hardly where every shot The camera moves. And there's distortion on the edges. Like if you have a wide angle that you don't crop in it's sort of an old school. Thank get this weird kind of like almost Warping on the edges and vignette effect. It was a little distracting. People either seem to love it or hate it. But i i was a little distracted by but overall thought it was a great movie. And maybe this is a mile spoiler. I think it's pretty clear from any of the marketing materials but It takes place in detroit and it's about Essentially this relationship between the big four the big five rather Auto auto manufacturers in detroit and the idea of the catalytic converter the catalytic converter being thing that for the longest time was kept Out of cars because of lobbyists and because of collusion with these different companies of essentially saying they could never get it down to a form factor that would allow it to fit in a car And it was because they didn't want to spend the rnd on doing that. They didn't want to pollute less And that's the kind of things that lobbyists can really negatively impact. I mean it's kind of egregious and going back to specific example with mccoy greenpeace has further. Said they're going to reveal claims that exxon fought in secret prevent a ban on several toxic chemicals and that Exxon is using rinse and repeat strategy of for its playbook on climate change to head off regulations and plastic. Remember folks. it wasn't too long ago that the was too long ago that the corporate powers that be were telling you that the world is going to hell it a handbasket because you had the audacity to use a plastic straw right. Never mind that in excess of what eighty nine something percent of the world's of the oceans plastic waste comes from commercial fishing like it's all about putting the burden on the consumer rights so that the company doesn't have to pay or compensate for the amount of damage it's doing and no this becomes very sensitive to a lot of people but the issue is not really at this point. It's not really a matter of where you stand in the debate over government regulation or private business or you know Oversight or liberty or what other whatever other words are being thrown around at a politicians convenience this is about misleading people this is about transparency and this is a matter that will only become more important if anything i feel like we're way overdue for an episode of on lobbying. It's probably gonna be a two parter heads up. It's murky business. I've had connections with lobbyists and again. I'm not paying with a broad brush. Each has a very quickly You know we see this amount of money. This amount of power. This lack of transparency very quickly becomes perfect fertile soil for all sorts of genuine conspiracies. That do affect you. They affect all of us. So we're gonna pause for a word from our sponsors. We'll be back in a few weeks with a with a deep dive into lobbying but in the meantime head over to youtube yes in the meantime head over to youtube and check out that Check out that interview spoiler alert. He didn't get the job because greenpeace wasn't actually planning to hire him and watch. Our original video. Should.
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"I'm barbara max kennedy. The host of be antiracist a new action podcast from i heart media pushkin industries each week. I'll be joined by a special guest to discuss how different policies and platforms can dismantle racism to build a just equitable world. You hear from folks in the world of politics. Academia journalism entertainment and beyond. We'll tie the past to the present inviting listeners. to consider what an anti-racist future might look like and they out the strategies and narratives we can all rally around to achieve worth listen to be anti-racist on iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Prints biggie mick. Jagger dusty springfield marvin gaye miles davis. This isn't about them. This is about a girl a podcast about women whose stories have been eclipsed by the legends of their famous partners. I'm mickey note the host of about a girl season two. I'm a performer. In visual artist in. I know a thing or two about complex winning as why. I'm so excited to tell you. These amazing true stories of twelve people who helped shape some of the greatest music of the modern era. These are women whose lives were profoundly affected but not by the relationships to larger than life icons they inspired and they were inspired and they are all coming at you and season two about a girl about a girl is produced by double elvis in partnership with iheartradio. Listen to about a girl on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. We have returned. I this is. This is a listener mail from one of our fellow conspiracy realist but this is also part of a larger conversation. Personally thank everybody who's Reach out to the show or reached out to me. One way or another to ask a question that i have asked the crew off air before which is why. Haven't we done an episode about lobby. If you're not in the us you probably recognize lobbying by its other name which is bribery. And it is legalized bribery. Here or functions. In that way. No that's not to say that all lobbyists are bad. There are many many groups and individuals who are lobbying the halls of political power for the kinds of things that we all think are generally good like an increase in literacy more affordable healthcare in a country where you can die because you are broke not because not because your condition is terminal but because you are broke so there are people live no more death tax ben. Sure so they're they're. They're not what we're saying is you can't can't throw the entirety of the big money baby out with the bathwater butts. The rules of comedy do Encourage us to punch up. And so that's why. I was so over the moon to receive an email recently from biker. Girl biker. Girl did give us their real name but We're going to use your dick name. 'cause cool nickname. Very pro nicknamed crowd here. That is what we would lobby for or one of the many things. here's what he said biker. Girl sent a link link of story. That had already been interesting to me. I think several several of my cohort as well and a biker girl. All you said was now that's a conspiracy. I'm sure you guys heard about. It would be cool. If you guys covered it in a podcast will good. News biker girl you have become the proverbial straw on the podcast camel's back. We're going to finally do a full episode on the problems with lobbying at least in the us and one great example of this guy and the power that can be wielded behind. The scenes here comes directly from your email. So one of the many reports about a hapless lobbyists named keith mccoy. Keith mccoy having a bad month Beat a lobbyist can be fraught with complications and sometimes dangerous. You know there's a there's a great A fictionalized series about lobbying called k. street. I believe it was actually mold after its second season. Not because the ratings people like the show it was pulled at the direction of members of congress is getting a little too close to how the sausage is made how the port gets barreled. So keith mccoy fell for prank. Is the age of the internet. Pranks are everywhere. You know don't beat yourself up too bad if you fall. What but keith believes that. He is at a job interview. Right and keith is. Being asked questions about his work with a company we all probably recognize called exxon mobil and he doesn't just spill the beats he likes. Takes a figurative can of beans and one by one rubs them on his face and you know puts him in his mouth and throws him back up a little bit and the people were interviewing him by the way they love this because they have no intention of hiring. He has been duped by greenpeace Which we've we mentioned. Some greenpeace activities in a previous episode on francis terrorist attack in new zealand right. The rainbow warrior attack So greenpeace they're known for their unorthodox Unorthodox protests their unorthodox approaches the things so activists from greenpeace posed as head hunters and they they were gonna do zoom interviews with mccoy as well as a former exxon lobbyists dan easley and mccoy gave an insider view. That was quite embarrassing. Exxon mobil and should be. I think a new small way distressing to the average resident of the us or you know the resident of the globe. He said look exxon. Mobil will publicly support a carbon tax. Because we're also working to make sure it never gets enough support to actually happen. It was like he was like mac in always sunny in philadelphia where he says. I'm playing both sides. So that i always come out on top and then you're naturally someone's like well are you really because you probably shouldn't say that to me. So he says that carbon taxes nonstarter and you can see him saying things. I can see the footage of this clips from this interview as a matter of fact. Let's let's play one here as chief. Gross you as you go sheets.
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"Nineties. And all of that portlandia put a bird on it People from portland probably hate that image. And it's certainly much more complex a city than that. The rest of oregon is all over the place. I mean it can get very rural And it has a history of corruption in law enforcement A lot of drug trafficking goes on there. There have been a lot of like organized. Crime there over the years Gentleman by the name of phil stanford who i worked with on Both the original season of happy face benue. He peed the second season of that show And the show murderer. In oregon fill is a crime writer He's true crime writer kind of almost like a hard boiled detective type. Duty really is like that. You know a pit him is. Is that image you picture and wearing a trench coat and carrying around a pad with a spiral bound pad kind of and like you know has some kind of press credentials tucked into his hat. Not exactly but he. He's lived very interesting life and he has written several books about portland oregon and about the history of corruption in the government. And then all of this stuff in terms of vice because it was away from the prying eyes of the mainstream. Because anyone that's been there knows. The oregon is a very rugged wilderness. He type place in. Salem is a very small town Very sleepy kind of town. Even though it's the capital there's a big you know. Government complex story of murder and oregon has to do with the assassination. Legend facination of government official who was looking into corruption in the state prison system which is based there in oregon Today's story is another corruption and potential corruption alleged corruption and just conspiracy Angle up from the state of oregon and it my eye because the the subject of email was the murder conspiracy state question mark and this comes from and It's gonna give a quick quick summary. email Hey guys this case of a fifteen year old girl murdered in a small oregon coast town back in. Two thousand holds every required element of a great suspense film. Except one thing who did it. We thought we had the answer when the boyfriend of the victim was convicted of voluntary manslaughter. Two thousand eleven and sentenced to ten years. It'll be almost a decade later. It was discovered that he didn't do it. He was released and has filed a lawsuit against just about any person that was involved in the investigation understandably so Claiming he was set up framed including my now deceased father in law Who investigated the case originally I'm gonna leave the rest to this out for now. We texted a bit earlier. And when i mentioned i'd love to pitch this as a full length episode. She's more than happy to talk. She has a close direct connection to this case by family And i think it'd be a very interesting person to talk to In regards to have a fooling version of this but let's do go through the kind of broad strokes. She did a good job of setting it up the gentleman in question whose name could not be more. I think ironic is the wrong word. It's just perfect. His name is nicholas macguffin. He has known macguffin is. It's like yeah of course. Yeah it's it's a. It's a plot device particularly used in film That's essentially like a red herring. Where it is a good thing or a character that is used to distract you from the real thing or used exclusively to propel the plot forward. That's a macguffin. It's sort of like a almost misdirection. So this perfectly fit stack nicholas macguffin. Who is now thirty. Eight pass filed and named multiple coke wheel coups county and oregon state police officials in these multiple lawsuits Alleging that they Trumped up evidence against him in order to get their case closed Essentially what happened is macguffin was dating. The victim leah freeman. Who was fifteen at the time And macguffin was believe eighteen And this all happened. In june of two thousand Freeman essentially vanished After leaving a friend's house and one of her shoes was found by cemetery. and The governor was taken in for questioning. Unbeknownst to him the intent of bringing him in was to photograph him and look for defensive wounds. Which of course are you know cuts or things you know might have some dna from the victim or anything that looks like he was in an altercation you know during this alleged homicide He gets let go and the case remains cold for almost ten years. No more than ten years. This is in two thousand In two thousand eight A new sheriff comes in town. Essential new whatever. The sheriff is the right word And he has a lot of pressure on him to solve this decade case He identifies suspects from the prior investigation. Also realizes that like tons of evidence was poorly handled and misplaced even like. There was some evidence that was shipped off to scotland yard in the uk for analysis that they never got back and they found like all of these un developed rolls of film. So it looks like there's some the negligence dairy saving incompetence going on in the first place even But if we will get into this another another time but essentially they were able to get enough evidence together Based on a shoe that was found in the cemetery But with the way they found the shooting the cemetery and the initial investigation not too far from there. They found leah freemen's body on like an embankment in the woods and they got a conviction. The case went to a grand jury and macguffin was indicted and he was found guilty of manslaughter. Which is interesting It was a ten to two verdict and was sentenced to ten years in prison which he spent part of at the snake river correctional institution and then got sent to a labor camp That's a whole nother issue there In oregon's tillamook state forest. I guess the labor camp was preferable because according to an abc news article about the case written by laurence ephron karen shiffman joseph re and alley young. I'm quite a in depth piece about the whole history of the case. That was because of good behavior. Then he got to the labor camp. So i guess that was you know better than being in the snake river penitentiary but recently just a couple of years ago A malheur county circuit. Senior judge named patricia sullivan overturned macguffin case conviction rather Because apparently some of that evidence was processed In the oregon state police crime lab and they and they knew this time but did not disclose that. They found not only his dna on the girl's shoe but another unidentified man's person's dna on the shoe so The judge understandably ruled that this should have been disclosed and that that the jury had known that information that they would have probably acted differently. So i think this is very interesting case. There's a lot more to it that we haven't gone into here and love to put it forth for a full episode sometime soon and speak to you about it as well because she can. She has direct ties to the case. It's ongoing And there is a bit of interesting the detail that we have that shows that there could well be conspiracy afoot And serious corruption going on whether it's only to cover up negligence or something more nefarious going on there I think it's one to to look into further for sure so more on that soon And thank you for that email And for hitting us to this case and stephanie. There's a lot of entry going on here and look forward to digging into it more for now. Let's take a quick break and back with more listener mail. The problem of racism is before us threatening our very existence. How are we going to free humanity from this virus..
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"Just as this quickly jeff. So you mentioned. Now that they've james is a three-man after doing his eighteen months obviously disgraced etc accessible. Where is he. What is any information of now. And for example when you're talking about g mccauley and his testimony before he passed away. Good graham get charged again and perhaps do more time so it's one of those things where yet. yeah absolutely. I mean certainly you know. Spend more time behind bars. There are some heat saying there's some dependence because we just don't know the laws were were certainly embarrassing back then. There's still somewhat embarrassing now. But they're getting better. I think there. There's a school of thought in the legal community that you know. Graham was essentially sentenced in a combined. Ten and a half years and had he had that many victims that he's has you. You might not get ten and a half years in jail. You know but there's also the certainly the opportunity particularly because they also kind of clump them into times. This isn't you know this is why you gotta be careful right because if you were on swift current and you're you know you're listening to this podcast and you're thinking okay. Why don't really wanna come forward. You know because if it's gonna to anything yada yada yada but that's not the case but if there are things were right now. There's a certain time. Line of winnie us right. So you have to ask the question. How many people. And he asked me that question. I say doesn't matter i see you give them a sentence for each and every person right of course but the law might group them together like Describing to me like you know if you murdered ten people is same as murdering twenty people did. It gets to a certain point where they just kind of stop. And that's in canada to be clear. Gotcha in the states. Graham james would never see the light of day he would be. Oh yeah he'd be in the jerry sandusky executive life sentences who's that yeah and just like you would you wouldn't be getting you wouldn't be getting three and a half years for sure for sheldon and then all obviously for all the subsequent abuses charges and convictions that he later got but the reality is is that you know. This is not saying that you need to find someone but there are. There's that ten years in winnipeg. were you become. Dangerous offender is in different periods. So you can prove kind of like an entire continuous thing. So it's i'm not going to say there's an added value to a person who is abused in winnipeg earlier on versus someone who who had to go through those horrendous acts loan swift current they all will add up in graham james will e still held accountable for it and accountability is a very important thing right it adds to it courage of coming for all those things positive. Things coming forward are endless. I also understand the stroz and also understand. Each person is going to deal with it the best way. They know how. I will say this on on that line. Is that the people. I've talked to whether it'd be survivors whether it be people who have worked in this industry in this industry for for decades. It's that you know it doesn't go away. Rice-growing never disappears and more often than not. Tell sharing your story is ultimately the first step to real recovery so again. I'm not trying to suggest that you can't recover. That people have trying just the information. That is kinda received more regular. So where is he now. James said to be living in montreal. You know it's there's some people who aren't all that surprise that the places he chooses are tabacchi lived in spain for a period of time in mexico and again i gotta be careful here but you know the their sex laws aren't exactly the same as other places so you know from what i understand leaving in montreal working for a tech company. Apparently you know. What does that mean in. Montreal can tell you. I don't know if it's sales or if he's in front of the camera you know to me. I don't really know what you know what. No one really knows what he's doing you know. There's rumors that he changed his his name to michael which is his middle name regardless of where he is. He's got the freedom to do whatever he wants. That's incomprehensible but last few things free. Jeff you mentioned Theorin flurry and why is he. Not in the hockey hall of fame because his stats are ridiculous. He's got over a thousand points. Eighteen hundred penalty minutes for a guy that was five foot six and just wanna stanley cup and all the gold medal and was just the lifeblood of every team he was on. Why is he not in the hockey hall of fame now. I mean you'd have to sit down and talk to the people with the influence and stuff to get the real. No no of course. Of course that's not a cop out on the answer. Just kind of you know to tell you. I don't know. But my my strong indication. And i mean i don't know if anyone's followed. I think it's the book. The book exposes a lot of names. It hockey in a you know. Obviously a negative spotlight. It drags people in who has influence. You know guys like joe sack occur in there you know just even mentioning him probably has a bit of a ripple effect with hockey. Canada ran those decision makers and just kind of exposing hockey for what it was essentially. Junior hockey was kinda continues to be with the class. Action lawsuit. that not everything. But this isn't an anti hockey thing but the reality is theo. Fleury deserves to be in the hall of fame. I mean not only like his is his point speak for themselves but the fact. That guy did it at the height in weight that he was at in an era where it wasn't like neo. Flurry would flourish even more so than you already did today. You kidding me. You think people were cool with a five six hundred forty five fifty pounds forward dominating them on the ice that guy not to get murdered every game to survive.
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"News. I'm Ed Donahue. Shots were fired in a rail yard this morning in San Jose, California will tell you that there are multiple injuries and multiple fatalities in this case, Santa Clara County Sheriff's spokesman Russell Davis. Says the shots were fired at the Valley Transportation Authority Control Center that stores the number of trains the suspect is confirmed deceased. Will not go into details as how with the cause of death is at this point, but the suspect is deceased. At this point, so the public safety is safe. That's his point, Davis says. They're working on the details of what happened and why. There are VT. Employees that are victims in regards with the suspect. I don't have that information. At this time. The facility in San Jose was evacuated. Former Virginia Senator John Warner has died. Besides his time in the Senate, Warner was married to Elizabeth Taylor. He was replaced in the Senate. By Mark Warner, no relation Who says John Warner was a lot of things statesman. Patriot. Mentor. Friend. In someone You love this institution. As much as anybody. I know his family says John Warner, died of heart failure. He was 94 judge upheld The jail sentence of the former Penn State president was forced out as the school's top administrator after Jerry Sandusky was arrested nearly a decade ago, the judge says Gram Spaniard must report to jail July 9th to begin serving at least two months. For endangering the welfare of Children, followed by two months of house arrest. Molly's transitional president has resigned while he and the prime minister are in detention after being arrested by the military earlier this week. The Kremlin is trying to temper expectations for next month's summit between Russian President Putin and President Biden, but noted the meeting's significance amid soaring tensions between the countries. Stocks have been slightly higher on Wall Street. This is AP News The summer travel season is approaching, but not too everywhere. Air travel within the U. S is nearly back to 2019 levels, pre pandemic. But what about international travel? The U. S still bars. Most visitors from Europe, China, India, Brazil and some other countries to the State Department calls most of the world's countries high risk. Even US citizens returning from international travel have to pass a covert test. But the travel industry is running out of patience with this spokeswoman Torie Emerson Barnes pointing out more people are getting covitz shots and the infection rate is decreasing, she says. It's critical for the economy to reopen international travel. I'm Rita Foley police along the Texas coast or asking beachgoers. Not to pick up any suspicious items in the water. Several packages of cocaine washed ashore in recent days. Once the drug becomes wet, it can leak from the package and absorb onto the skin, possibly making someone sick. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News.
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"AP News I'm Ed Donahue. Shots were fired in a rail yard this morning in San Jose, California will tell you that there are multiple injuries and multiple fatalities in this case, Santa Clara County Sheriff's spokesman Russell Davis says the shots were fired at the Valley Transportation Authority Control Center that stores the number of trains the suspect is confirmed deceased. Will not go into details as how with the cause of death is at this point, but the suspect is deceased. At this point, so the public safety is safe. That's his point, Davis says. They're working on the details of what happened and why. There are VT. Employees that are victims in regards with the suspect. I don't have that information. At this time. The facility in San Jose was evacuated. Former Virginia Senator John Warner has died. Besides his time in the Senate, Warner was married to Elizabeth Taylor. He was replaced in the Senate. By Mark Warner, no relation Who says John Warner was a lot of things statesman. Patriot. Mentor. Friend. In someone You love this institution. As much as anybody in his family says John Warner, died of heart failure. He was 94 judge upheld The jail sentence of the former Penn State president was forced out as the school's top administrator after Jerry Sandusky was arrested nearly a decade ago, the judge says gram Spaniard must report to jail July 9th to begin serving at least two months. For endangering the welfare of Children, followed by two months of house arrest. Molly's transitional president has resigned while he and the prime minister are in detention after being arrested by the military earlier this week. The Kremlin is trying to temper expectations for next month's summit between Russian President Putin and President Biden, but noted the meeting's significance amid soaring tensions between the countries. Stocks have been slightly higher on Wall Street. This is AP News The summer travel season is approaching, but not too everywhere. Air travel within the U. S is nearly back to 2019 levels, pre pandemic. But what about international travel? The U. S still bars most visitors from Europe, China, India, Brazil and some other countries, too. The State Department calls most of the world's countries high risk. Even US citizens returning from international travel have to pass a covert tests. But the travel industry is running out of patience with this. Spokeswoman Torie Emerson Barnes pointing out more people are getting covitz shots and the infection rate is decreasing, she says. It's critical for the economy to reopen international travel. I'm Rita Foley police along the Texas coast or asking beachgoers not to pick up any suspicious items in the water. Several packages of cocaine washed ashore in recent days. Once the drug becomes wet, it can leak from the package and absorb onto the.
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"Fried in the court of public opinion just like Jerry sandusky did. Two different crimes, but same kind of public opinion. Because by the time they're done, they'll have maybe ten 11 women willing to tell similar stories with no actual proof. Brett Kavanaugh comes to mind. So many men come to mind. Women telling their stories, but no actual proof just stories. And by the way, I don't like when women in a Desean Watson situation. Don't have to identify themselves up until now. I don't like that shit. And look, I'm not saying the guy's innocent. I'm not gonna lay my life on the line. I don't know, but I do know this smells too much like other cases we've seen. And I think Desean Watson deserves due process. And like we've built this nation on the presumption of innocence. We've all forgotten that. So this case has everything. Black privilege, racism allegations, and sexual allegations. In other words, a typical Friday in America on fame is a bitch. And it's happening everywhere. Everywhere, chats, he wanted to fuck me. He tried to fuck me. I fought him off. It never stopped. I'm an angel. I never have sex with any man. I'm gonna flirt. He needs to go to jail. He needs to never do this to another woman. His career needs to be destroyed. You know, I'm just so fucking tired of it. I know how good how it's going to go and you see it happening all the dominoes are starting to fall. And if you don't get mad about what happens to other people, what happens to you, how are you going to feel? You got to open your mouth. Once it wants the sexual improprieties come up, the man is guilty in the court of public opinion. And as for Desean Watson, a guy who's had a pristine reputation, he's going to have a problem now and maybe getting out of Houston in play playing anywhere else. And I know the guy set for life. Don't get me wrong, but that shouldn't matter. Shouldn't matter how much money you have. You know, the law is the law. Because now everybody's doing it. It's invoked. Sharon Stone brought up a 20 year old me too story today. I think most of us kind of knew about this or at least I did. I shouldn't say most of us. I knew about it..
"jerry sandusky" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Yes, an abuser. Yes, that's what's gonna happen. Yeah, Yeah. Then what happens in the black community? It spirals gets worse and worse and worse, The more this is covered up the boy. This is covered up. And so we need to expose it. I don't care, You know, one of the other. I have many passions. I love going nuts about exposing the Catholic church covering up molestations of Children, all sorts of stuff. I don't It's not about color. It's about what I love. I have the privilege. This is this Oprah Winfrey. I can't stand because she worships herself, but she's an amazing talent. She's an amazing talent. And she's got a gift in there and like her when she exposes amazing thing they're like, really make you go. Oh, my gosh, Jaw dropping and make you cry. That's one of things I love doing that God has made me to be able to do When I do a show. It doesn't happen all the time. Amen. Exposing bad stuff and being exposed. Like when Jerry Sandusky was raping. Those boys was convicted that story. I talked about that I wanted people I wanted people to feel like they walked in that shower and saw that man ripping that boy and what would feel like it what you want to do to that guy like that? How can we let this crap happen? So it doesn't matter if it's a white person or sports don't matter. Is freaking exposing wrong. It is evil to hide and cover up for evil like that man was doing a half hour and this pimp this race pimp. Um Dominique Alexander literally, Uh, comes out here and claims to stand up and all this stuff anyways, I gotta roll shell. You are amazing. I love you and appreciate you love you and God bless you. Thank you Appreciate you so much. God bless you in your beautiful daughter in your whole family 800 to 88 W B A p s r number 800.
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"Up pocket collapsing. He escapes piece of a 40 yard line. 35 30 Lamar Jackson on the 20 leg raised 10 5. He's pushed out of bounds at the one yard line. No signal is touchdown, Lamar Jackson. I'm third and nine. He takes it to the house and the Ravens an extra point away from tying it up. This is after hours with Amy Lawrence, Jerry Sandusky on the Ravens Radio Network, one of the super sized wild card weekend games and one of the four candidates for TD of the week so you can check out the options if you haven't seen them. There's a pole up on social media after our CBS on Twitter or on our Facebook page 855 to 1 to 4 to 27855 to 1 to 4, CBS. Across the board. Even with six games instead of four. The ratings dropped 22% from wild card weekend a year ago, which is triple the ratings drop that the NFL saw during its regular season. Now we have kids a city we've got Green Bay jumping into the fray this weekend. You would expect the games will be even more competitive because we're talking about the last eight teams that have a shot at the Super Bowl. Oh, by the way really quickly before we get to your calls. Aaron Rodgers was a guest of the Pat McAfee radio show, and he was actually thinking about something completely different, not football. One of my idols Growing up was Alex Trebek, you know, and being being able to be on jeopardy years ago, Even though my wardrobe outfit was the greatest choice doesn't matter everybody's dresses very bad on that show. They're They're doing some some guest hosting spots, and that's gonna be released here pretty soon, but I have the opportunity to one of those. Did you watch Ken last night? Did you watch them? I didn't see him last night. I was watching watching some film and checked in on the college football championship as well for a little bit, but I'm excited about the opportunity with jeopardy. Now. Jeopardy's declined comment. Apparently, Aaron Rodgers was not supposed to be spilling the beans. So he had he had to kind of issue a pseudo apology later. I really hope that jeopardy doesn't now turn around and say Thanks, but no thanks, Erin. I doubt it could still be a very popular guest host. But he was he was on the show is a celebrity in 2015, and he's often talked about how that is his favorite show, and he he almost never misses it and that Alex Trebek was Big time Idol of his and he shares that with my Grammy, Helen who? Definitely Mrs Alex Trebek, now 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. Let's talk to Jim, Who's in Cleveland? Jim, What do you think about the TV ratings being down for the NFL? All. Hi, Amy. You know, I was on Lee really interested in watching the Browns Steelers and the bills calls and I know you said the Old game was lone ratings. But you know, I think Coburn 19 crisis is affected everything and I know it's pretty obvious, but I think that's the bottom line. Meaning people have changed their viewing habits or maybe don't care as much about sports right now. Yeah, I think, 12. I mean, I think that Well, I think I've heard that from a lot of of listeners, and I could tell that even our social media is different, You know, in the midst of these last 10 months that have been pulling people in all different directions. I still feel like the NFL has survived relatively well, I guess my major surprise is that for the regular season, the ratings were only down 7%. So then why on this big, super sized power packed playoff weekend? Were they down three times as much? That's that's kind of a weird question. Oh, well, I know I don't um, Mic cable package. It's pretty simple, but I don't get ESPN. So I know most people probably do. But maybe that has something to do with. It definitely should for a lot of sports. Now, these particular playoff games were all on basic cable. But but I would agree with you. There are a lot of people who have cut the cord who don't have The same cable access anymore. So that's also a good point. Jim. Thanks so much for your phone call in Cleveland. Let's talk to John. Real quick in Alaska. John. What do you think, Amy? I'm not a physician. But I think the nation went through a trauma on Wednesday afternoon and all day Thursday. And I think that we were in shock. Uh, I'm not. I'd be willing to bet that the ratings come back up this coming weekend and I'll bet they work a bit. This Sunday night ratings were higher. Because there was some distance between that and what the nation went through Wednesday afternoon all day Wednesday night and all day Thursday, so that you think I'm sorry just to ask you a question. You think that they were better on Sunday, then Saturday because there was an extra day of a buffer. Yes, Interesting. And I think the nation was coming out of shock. Okay? And I think a lot of people Were obsessed with the news and what was happening, No matter which side of the of the political divide you were on the nation went through. Seismic shock and was in a state of trauma and was doing nothing but listening to the news for 48 hours. And it took a couple days to come out from under that. Okay. Interesting. Well, that's ah theory that I hadn't heard John, but I'm certain that it's plausible. For many people. I know for me. I was ready to get away from it on dose ports were kind of my outlet. But certainly I would agree that we've as a nation kind of hit with some some sucker punches, some gut punches and at times it does take recovery from that. And maybe that means stepping away from media and social media altogether, which has impacted viewer. Ship across the board, not just with sports, but really every other genre. We're seeing ratings that air down there declining. Yeah, you the nation was in shock. All right, um And didn't know what was gonna happen and And Haiti can no, you're disoriented, okay? With the news outlets on what's happening. You're finding out that people died, um, on both sides. On it. And your mother's really quickly though I have to and I have to let you go because we're at the bottom here. I don't know, and I'm not making light of it, And I don't think it's political. I think it doesn't matter what side you're on that you care about what happened, But it's been a pretty traumatic year for the United States and people have still been watching football. So I understand you're saying it was a big traumatic event, and maybe people were still engaged in what was happening in the nation's capital. But let's be honest. Are our nation's been dealing with trauma now going back to March and people process it very differently. To be sure, I'm sorry to let you go because we are at the bottom of the hour here, and I have to get to our break. But thank you so much, sir. Happy New Year to you in Alaska, 855 to 1 to 4 to 27. That's 855 to 1 to four. CBS coming up a portion of my conversation with pro football Hall of Fame finalist Clay Matthews. If you missed it, he is tremendous. Here's our latest sports update. And here's Brad Heller. Sports play.
Where Is The Joe Paterno Statue?
"For years now the whereabouts of an iconic joe paterno statue have been unknown and today as part of our. Look back at twenty twenty. We're replaying an episode about the statue that first aired back in june. The athletics audrey snyder spoke with me. About why penn state has gone to such great lengths to conceal the statues location and which she discovered in her own quest to find it from wondering athletic. I'm could beat the davidson and this is the lead so audrey. it's been almost ten years since. Joe paterno at penn state. What is the state of their football program. Today penn state right now is consistently tap. Fifteen program tackles still on his feet. Smoke with a straight on touchdown. This is a team. That's been the new year's six games in three of the past four years. This is a team. That's at a high level of benefit prospects and it's almost easy to forget where this program was just because of how quickly it's it's found itself on the rebound so the reason we're here today. The joe paterno statue which became a huge source of contention in the aftermath of the jerry. Sandusky scandal can you describe in back in those days the providence of the turner statue on campus. It was a really big deal. There was one stop many fans had to make before they went into beaver stadium to watch the game. Whenever we come to penn state. We never failed to stop by and have our picture taken here. Embodies a man. It is the bronze statue of joe. Paterno who's a seven foot nine hundred pound bronze statue. There were thousands upon thousands of graduation photos of kids in caps and gowns underneath. Joe paterno as he has his barons pointer finger extended in the air and it was just such a landmark and walk us through what it was like when the statue came down with authorities are on site this morning at penn state prepping to bring down joe paterno statue. Employees have begun to place fencing around the statue and a tarp state college and university. Police are on the scene right. Your i've learned morning defense up around statue about thirty police. Officers walk out of beaver stadium surround. The statue was done like a surprise by six o'clock in the morning on a sunday people were already wondering what happened to this statue and where it went and for so many fans. The removal of the statue made it look like joe paterno was guilty and so many people who are looking at this story a locally they see a statue coming down and they say well clearly this isn't mission of joe paterno skills and that honestly that's something in the court of public opinion that's continued to play out but turnover reported to people will counteract that and say well. He didn't do enough. He should've done more. He should have followed up with more statue was so symbolic of a whole era owes penn state football. That was being taken down while the litigation was still ongoing so it made it looked like one thing which of course angered a lot of fans. A lot of alumni makes me very angry There are a couple of things going on first of all. We don't know all the facts. Seems like we keep making knee jerk reactions to your say where caving to pressure because now looked like hence status jumping to conclusion based off of the free report former. Fbi director louis. Freeh puts the blame on joe paterno and three other top penn state officials for covering up jerry sandusky child-sex-abuse but you also had a chance that that because of what had happened with jerry sandusky with sensitivity with compassion for his victims. How can you keep a statue up of a head coach. Who at the time had a defensive coordinator who was sexually abusing young boys. I mean it was just so complicated and the thing in all of this was chopra. Paternal never particularly liked the statue. It shows with this bronzed finger looking like he's giving the number one pose which was like so anti turnover in that it made. It looked like he was boasting but so many people were clinging to the statute because it was their connection to joe paterno in that penn state era of football that they knew in loved. But you then wonder like. Should we ever put statues of anyone. Can you celebrate a person in only honor part of them or does a statue represents kind of this all encompassing being. And that's what makes it so risky when he decided to put a statue like this up because even when this thing came out in two thousand and one show paternal is legacy everything. It looked bulletproof so
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Ex-Penn St. president's Sandusky-related conviction restored
"Court Recon states. The conviction of Penn State's former president, Sandy was convicted of child endangerment for his role in the decision not to report the sexual abuse committed by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky. His conviction had been vacated on a due process error that the appellate court said did not exist span. You're made the fateful decision to handle the Sandusky complaint internally rather than informed the police. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, who pushed to have the conviction reinstated, said Spaniard turned a blind eye to child abuse. Sandusky is serving what amounts to a life sentence. Aaron Qatar
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Lawsuit says Penn State football players threatened to 'Sandusky' teammates in hazings
"A former Penn state of football players says he was subjected to violent and sexual hazing and P. R.'s Jeff Brady reports the player is suing the university his former teammates and the coach for unspecified damages former Penn state football player Isiah Humphries filed a lawsuit in federal court Monday claiming he and other lower classmen were hazed by fellow players and the coaches knew but didn't stop it among the allegations the lawsuit claims older players threaten to quote Sandusky younger players referring to former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky he's serving up to sixty years in prison for sexually abusing children Humphrey says when he complained a player threatened to kill him and coaches forced him off the team Penn state says that investigated the claims and found they were unsubstantiated the university says the local prosecutor also declined to file charges Jeff Brady NPR news
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With win over Browns, Lamar Jackson and the Ravens have nothing left to prove in 2019
"But because it's been an historic season for the Baltimore Ravens let's start there best record in the NFL now with evil eleven consecutive wins there is a little bit of a concern about an injury suffered on Sunday but man it's so much fun to watch potentially the NFL MVP operate even when it's a slow start and it was it was a slug best against Cleveland in the first half but eventually Lamar Jackson of the ravens they find themes all the Cleveland thirty nine just to sell checks in with pressure coming Jack to party down the seat he's got answers so six other rivers around the board Jackson out of the shot gun wants to throw blood pressure coming Jackson hit lots of the ads all so through action Jackson there's room at the ravens converse in the final minute of the opening half the Baltimore Ravens had nada nothing on the scoreboard in the first tab until a minute eighteen left to go they got stopped on fourth down there was the Lamar Jackson fumble that led to the Cleveland Browns scoring with a Dimitri's Heris touchdown reception there were multiple penalties in the Baltimore defense that kept Cleveland drives alive but as time is running out in that first half Lamar complete the bear deep passes first marking room and then to mark a Andrews those are his two favorite guys the marks for a touchdown would you here with Jerry Sandusky on the ravens radio network and then the brown so quickly go three and out but the rate would get the ball right back and they had that quick strike ability for their second touchdown the second for more dangers and so the raven score a pair of touchdowns in just over a minute and the entire game gets what Donna Ted and feel differently heading into the locker room the Cleveland Browns that had to be devastating to give up a pair of touchdowns like that the first one okay you're still trailing by just a point and that was because the Browns miss their extra point what do you go three and out not keep the ball away from Lamar Jack for the ravens give it right back you were feeding into what the ravens want to do then Baltimore starts the second half with a seven and a half minute drive this is their element this is what the ravens want to do that ball control that wears down your defense so they go thirteen plays and then mark Ingram scores right before you get injured so we did have a touchdown before he left with a calf injury the ravens are up twenty one six even without Ingram their next drive covers nearly seven minutes no it's only a field goal but those seven minute you're keeping the ball away from Cleveland Browns single possession of the third quarter that's it they had the ball for one possession for minutes that's it it's a really hard core when you don't have the football and so the ravens nearly double up the Browns in terms of yardage that dominated time of possession Lamar Jackson has three more touchdown passes he now is thirty six on the season which is a new single season franchise record for ravens quarterback he also log another one hundred three yards rushing and for the first time in franchise history the ravens are the one seed in the AFC and will have home field advantage throughout the
Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Hits Highest Level in at least 3 Million Years
"In our science fact of the day this just in according to the world meteorological association no you know flaming left wing think tank the a this is the W. ammo the literally the world meteorological association atmospheric levels of carbon dioxide CO two are now at the highest ever in three million years now that is longer than human history human history only goes back a couple hundred thousand years so atmosphere CO two levels right now are higher than when Lucy was around right the the pre human and a higher than when Lucy's ancestors were around getting Lucy was only about a million or so ago all of which means that our children and grandchildren can expect temperatures to continue to rise more extreme weather more sea level rise more destruction to marine life more destruction of land based ecosystems more death of insects and and stuff at the bottom of the food chain which then echoes up so that the birds die and and we're saying this right now you know sixty seventy percent of certain kinds of birds particularly the insect insectivorous birds drawn from our planet we're looking at at at an insect apocalypse right now and and this is just the very beginning we have not yet even hit one point five degrees Celsius increase in temperature over the bass line and the pre industrial base line I mean we're just about there but we haven't quite hit it and the bottom line what what all these climate scientists are saying is is that we have to stop it right there I can't go any farther and yet what is the industry doing right now and and in on the right wing media that is that is supportive of industry while they're making fun of the stuff I mean Michael Mann for example the the the scientist he's been a guest on this program many times as a brilliant easy university of Pennsylvania sciences he's the guy who invented the cop the hockey stick conception of the SCO to going up that Al Gore popularized bed professor of cleans climate science or atmospheric science or whatever it is add to Penn state university one of probably a top five climate scientists in the world Michael Mann me was made fun of by the competitive interest enterprise institute in their blog ran Samberg wrote that well first of all they they attacked Michael Mann they said that his science was nonsense and and that is so Penn state did an investigation because there was all this ball Rollin publicity Penn state did an investigation what they found was that he was totally stand up everything he said was true and the way he said it was fine and though he published it was in compliance with scientific rigorous scientific standards reviews stuff so the compatible devices that is one of these right wing think tanks in quotes it really just a propaganda show operation for industry guy name brand Sandburg wrote that Penn state had quote covered up one two in by Michael Mann and characterize man as quote the Jerry Sandusky of climate science because he had quote molested and tortured data in service of politicized science and then not a blog posted by hosted by the National Review online the national reviews the magazine that William F. Buckley started back in the day when he was alive the saying that the you know the National Review is supporting segregation not just in South Africa but in the United States as well apartheid the National Review still around even though he is gone and they said in the end they oppose this was mark staying he said the man was behind the fraudulent climate change study in the investigation clearing him was a cover up basically and so Michael Landon Jr mattered factions from from the competitive enterprise institute see I am from National Review and instead they naturally you published an op ed by rich Lowry their editor titled get lost well so Matt Michael Mann suit and they just tried to get the lawsuit dismissed and here's the headline this is in the Washington post's Robert Barnes a climate scientists may pursue his definition lawsuit against a magazine in a Washington think tank after the Supreme Court on Monday declined to intervene at this stage of the litigation Sam Alito dissented Sam Mr craze right wing dissented but the the Supreme Court said not spread go ahead and so on it's absolutely amazing I mean this is this is so so here we are we've got more CO two in the atmosphere than at any time in the history of the human race or even the pre human race day in other holidays mmhm more and more CO two in the air our course it takes sometimes as much as a century to that for the CO two in a holding heat and to accumulate to the point where you really start seeing the effects we're already starting to and you've got industry trying to pretend that there's not and there's nothing to see here and making fun of it ridicule and the folks and I've got real scientists were starting to fight back and say no this is real stuff and then the world meteorological organization just comes out and says CO two levels higher than they've ever been
Jerry Sandusky Resentenced To 30-60 Years In State Prison
"Remember Jerry Sandusky system coach fans yes Sir molesting children yes players at center well he's back in the news you might remember or did not even know that he was back in court on Friday he was appealing his sentencing which he got back in two thousand twelve which consisted of thirty to sixty years no parole well in that hearing on Friday a judge re sentenced him to the same thirty to sixty year term which was imposed in two thousand twelve the judge gave Sandusky what prosecutors and his own attorney described as effectively a life term during that hearing that was ordered by an appeals court Sandusky is now seventy five again asserted his innocence before the sentence was handed down quote I apologize that I'm unable to admit remorse for this because it's something that I didn't do remember in addition to being an assistant coach at Penn state he was the founder of a charity called the second mile for at risk youth little did we know at the time that does use were even more at risk it's four used to finding groom is child victims during the trial back in two thousand twelve eight there were eight young man who testified against him and in case you have forgotten he was convicted of forty five counts of child sexual abuse burn in hell Jerry
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Jerry Sandusky Receives 30-60 Years in Resentencing for Sexual Abuse of Children
"The school and re sentencing today former Penn state assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky was given the same penalty as before thirty to sixty years in prison as correspondent John stillness reports he was convicted on forty five counts of child sexual abuse back in two thousand twelve but had his initial thirty year prison term overturned back in February by the state Superior Court which found that mandatory minimum sentences were illegally imposed judge marine skirt a role that his new sentence would be exactly the same as the old one former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg is looking more like he's all in The New York Times reports Bloomberg is preparing a thirty million dollar TV ad blitz ahead of an expected twenty twenty presidential run Amazon filed a lawsuit in the U. S. court of federal claims contesting the Pentagon's award of an up to ten billion dollar cloud computing contract to Microsoft stocks close higher the Dow by a hundred and nine points the S. and P. five hundred advance seven and the nasdaq added fourteen points Sam
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Jerry Sandusky, Pennsylvania And Attorney discussed on News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise
"The Pennsylvania attorney general's office says it's going to appeal a judge's decision that. Overturned the conviction of former Penn State, president Graham, Spaniard ABC's. Aaron Katersky has more grim. Spagna was convicted in two thousand seventeen of child welfare endangerment over his response to the sexual abuse of children by former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky three days before he was supposed to begin serving a two month sentence. A federal judge threw out the conviction. Spend your argued successfully he was improperly charged under a two thousand seven law for actions. He undertook in two thousand one when he heard complaints of Sandusky showering with a boy on campus, Pennsylvania, attorney general Josh Shapiro said spend your chose not to help the children. But instead cover up the abuse and said he
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Sandusky gets new sentencing but loses request for new trial
"Colonel. No new trial for Jerry, Sandusky, the former Penn State assistant football. Coach serving decades in prison for child sex abuse, a Pennsylvania appeals court Justin nine his request to be tried again. However, the court is ordering a new sentencing ruling that mandatory minimums were improperly used the first time Sandusky got thirty to sixty years behind bars and attorney for the seventy five year old says he will keep appealing
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"Michigan state university has agreed to pay out five hundred million dollars to sell them more than three hundred lawsuits against women and girls who say they were assaulted by sports dr larry nassar it was the worst sex abuse case in sports history deal surpasses a one hundred nine dollar million dollar settlement at penn state university to settle the claims against assistant football coach jerry sandusky on wall street just about a half hour away from the close now the dow is up by fifty two.
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S. Korea's coast guard rescues all 163 after ferry hits rock
"The southbound lanes hitting another vehicle head on jim krasula cbs news we agency the prosecutes wrongdoing by pennsylvania lawmakers once the state supreme court to punish penn state's former general counsel and prosecutor who helped convict jerry sandusky of child molestation the allegations against cynthia baldwin and frank feeder relate to their involvement with the grand jury investigation more than five years ago the state office of disciplinary council is pursuing petitions for discipline against the to everyone rescued after a south korean ferry hits a rock don kirk with the story from seoul korean coastguard rescued all one hundred eighty seven passengers and five crew members from a ferry that slammed onto rocks two hundred and fifty miles south west of seoul the president's office in seoul set up an emergency team rushing to avoid rep petition of the drowning nearly four years ago of more than three hundred passengers when their boat sank in turbulent waters nearby four vessels helped rescue the passengers and five crew members along with the number of fishing boats that came to the assistance of six people who suffered minor injuries officials said the ferry hit that rock is a tried to avoid hitting a fishing boat the rescue operation went smoothly the ferry never flooded and did not lose its buoyancy looks like north korea may be slowing down activity and its primary nuclear site the dialing data operations comes as north and south korea per prepare for a planned summit between the leaders of the two nations the report based on satellite images stake in earlier this month north korean leader kim jong hoon telling south korean diplomats he temporarily halt nuclear weapons development during the talks.