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"jim nicholson" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

03:23 min | 7 months ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on Espionage

"The charges Nathan was facing meant. He was probably going away for decades. His legal team tried to bargain for more lenient deal but to do that he would have to help the government to build a case against his father. The decision took a toll on Nathan. He spent the summer of two thousand nine considering his options the judge had released him on bail to prepare for trial but he was saddled with an ankle bracelet to track his whereabouts on August fourth Nathan went to the US Attorney's office and met with government lawyers who would prosecute him FBI agents garth and Cooney were also present. Nathan looked each one in the eye and let them know he was ready to do right by them. He would give them everything he knew about. Jim's work with the Russians for a chance at a lighter sentence on August twenty seventh. Two thousand nine Nathan pleaded guilty to the charges against him at the same time. He agreed to testify if he was called during his father's trial. The judge would withhold sentencing Nathan until after Jim's court proceedings to make sure that he made good on his promise to cooperate by the summer of two thousand ten Jim. It spent more than twenty months in solitary confinement. He'd grown bitter about his immense fall from grace hit gone from a top ranking government official to a convicted spy who was fed through a slot and a steel door for awhile. It seemed like Jim wouldn't crack the F. B. I. Offered him the chance to admit his wrongdoings to save Nathan but he wouldn't take the bait gyms defense team held that he wasn't guilty of espionage he had simply asked a foreign government for financial assistance however the US government was prepared to submit the extensive evidence they had collected over the last few years. This included the phone calls between Jim and his kids the piles of correspondence. Nathan's travel records and the surveillance videos but the arguments would never reached the courtroom on the second Thursday in November. Two thousand ten. Jim Pleaded guilty though he had initially wanted to face the charges head on he ultimately couldn't stand the thought of Nathan being forced to testify against his own father. Jim Nicholson was sentenced to an additional eight years in prison. Nathan who was seen as no more than on naive puppet in the operation was sentenced to five years of probation and one hundred hours of service to the Veterans Administration to this day. Jim Nicholson is the highest ranking official ever convicted of espionage he put countless endanger including his own sons. He's scheduled for release from Sheridan Correctional in two thousand twenty four when he'll be seventy four years old and hopefully when he finally walks free he'll stay far away from the Russian Embassy..

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on Espionage

"A on December tenth Nathan made his way down a dark street in Nicosia. Cyprus he pulled a camel colored cap over ended his best remained calm as he approached a TGI Fridays for a moment he thought he heard a rustling nearby. He scan the area. There was nothing in sight. He must be imagining things he needed to stay the course and make his dad proud but Nathan should have heated his instincts the FBI knew about the time and date of the meeting from Nathan's purloined notebook. They'd set up a video camera to catch him connecting with his handler camera captured Nathan and George exchanging their parole or password. George asked if he knew the way to the post office Nathan easily replied that it should be around here somewhere. The meeting had been initiated but the camera lost track of the pair when they docked into a waiting sedan which took off down the street at the end of the meeting. George told Nathan they would meet again a year later outside of a subway station in Slovakia Nathan had completed the drop. It was time to head home when he arrived back at. Jfk Nathan made his way through customs. Again he noticed a familiar tall man and did a double take and he seen him before was he being followed when Nathan was pulled aside for another secondary search nearly panicked but he told himself his father would surely have warned him if there was anything to be concerned about although they let him go. Nathan was right to be worried the FBI was ready to move him on the Nicholson's coming up the CIA and FBI shutdown. The Nicholson operation for the second time. Now back to the story in two thousand eight the FBI acquired footage of Nathan. Nicholson meeting with a Russian agent. Us officials acted quickly. They refused to allow his father. Jim Nicholson to do any further damage to national security on December fifteenth. Two thousand eight just five days after his meeting and Cypress Nathan awoke to pounding on his apartment door when he opened his worst fears were realised. Fbi agents John Cooney Jared garth flash their credentials. They calmly informed him that they were looking for. Help with an investigation stifling. His panic Nathan invited them in and offered them something to drink. The agents took their seats and told him he was under no obligation to speak to them laying his cards close to his chest. Nathan said he was glad to help. Cooney asked him about his life story from the very beginning. Nathan detailed his birth early years with his parents. His Dad's arrest his military ambitions in the parachuting accident. That destroyed them then. Kunis questions became more specific..

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

05:07 min | 7 months ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on Espionage

"It was November Sixteenth Nineteen ninety-six. Jim arrived at Dulles International Airport on official business. He was set to travel to South Africa and Rome to attend matters of counterterrorism but at the end of the trip tim plan to break away for short vacation in Switzerland to meet with polio cough. Jim made his way through the terminal. He hugged his camera bag. Close after all its contents. Where his ticket to his next fifty thousand dollar payday ten rolls of exposed but undeveloped film containing the images of seventy four classified documents. Jim It is way up to the American Airlines ticket window. He smiled at the agent. Has He checked his suitcase. All around him airport patrons went about their business. He never suspected these patrons were FBI agents masquerading as travelers. Jim Stroll to the gate payday. Still on his mind considered how he would divide his earnings perhaps a gift for Nathan his youngest son Nathan was showing so much promise. Meanwhile at the gate a pair of undercover FBI agents posed as husband and wife. They were to wait until Jim boarded the flight and then follow him down to the tarmac but suddenly they were alone. All of the other passengers had boarded. But Jim wasn't yet in sight he was late. They needed to act quickly. They couldn't risk sticking out. It might raise Jim. Suspicions in a moment of improvisation they launched into a Faux Meryl spat dragging it out just long enough for Jim to board ahead of them. Jim was fooled. He made his way down the tarmac. Not Realizing that the husband and wife behind him or government officials preparing for his arrest. Suddenly Jim heard his name reverberating through the Hallway. A man in an American Airlines jacket approached him before Jim had time to process. The man flashed his badge he was. Fbi Agent Steve Hooper as agents grabbed. His arms. Gyms mind went blank. He stood frozen unable to speak. This was the end of the road. Jim Spent his forty sixth birthday in jail on November. Twenty First Nineteen ninety-six a federal grand jury charged Jim with a single crime conspiracy to commit espionage. His defense team made their case for bail. Judge Thomas Are Jones. Junior denied it on the grounds that well. Jim might not have access to new information. He already knew secrets that might be of use foreign governments. Y'All Nathan wrote to the judge. Overseeing gyms trial pleading with him to release his father Nathan told the judge that Jim did what he did out of love for his children. They were going through a tough time right now and he missed his dad very much. Despite Nathan's appeal. Prosecutors showed no mercy on the last day of February nineteen ninety-seven. Jim signed a plea deal admitting that he was guilty. As charged according to author Bryan Denson part of the contract required him to tell the government every detail of his betrayal to Russia. He would also be required to take another polygraph exam. Jim Forfeited his assets to the government and was sentenced to twenty three years and seven months in prison. Spring Nineteen ninety-seven. Jim Stepped into a small stark room. Prepared to take the polygraph. He sat across from the test administrator calm and collected the administrator fired off questions about Jim's contacts with the SVR then about the money he'd earned. Jim Extremely composed gave his answers. He passed easily then. The administrator asked whether he was withholding any secrets he shared with the Russians gyms answer came up as deceptive according to Denson. Fbi officials had no reason to believe he was lying at the time. The attributed the deception to inconsistencies with a polygraph machine. They had no reason to believe. Jim Posed further threat. What damage could he do from behind bars as it turns out the answer was a lot gyms espionage days were far from over? He would just need to get more creative with his approach. All he needed to do was find a courier and remember his son. Nathan was showing so much promise..

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on Espionage

Espionage

06:00 min | 7 months ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on Espionage

"It was early. Nineteen seventy-three the gymnasium. At Oregon State University was packed with hard working. Athletes preparing for various meets and competitions among them was twenty two year old senior. Jim Nicholson out of the corner of his. I noticed a beautiful young woman extremely petite. She stood five feet tall with compelling Hazel Eyes and lush blond hair. He watched as the young woman finished a short workout and made her way over to the scale he was instantly drawn tour and moments later found himself standing next to her. She weighed in at ninety three pounds and attempting charm and charisma. He joked that she was getting a bit heavy. She gently punched him in the arm. The electricity was instant. Jim made a bat with his roommate that he could convince Lori. Sue Cooper to go on a date with him and with his usual single-minded persistence. He won the bet. The date went well. Lori was impressed by Jim's passion and drive. He explained that the armed forces were his calling. His mother had been an army cryptographer. His stepfather an aircraft technician. Now he was set to graduate from Oregon State near the top of his. Rotc class he was sure a commission as a second lieutenant in the army was coming next and he wouldn't mind having a girl by his side when it did. Jim Proposed Laurie less than a week after their first date swept up in the dazzling romance of it. All she agreed. They were married on June tenth. Nineteen seventy-three in Eugene Oregon. So they began their adult life together but it was centered mainly around Jim. Laurie dropped out of college to help him pursue his military dreams. Following him to bases in Georgia Kentucky and finally for Devon's in Air Massachusetts here. Jim would study cryptology just like his mother wants head. Cryptology is the art of writing and breaking codes in. Jim was good at it. His talents impressed his superiors and ultimately earned him a spot with the US. Army Security Agency in Okinawa Japan. The army's security agency was responsible for keeping military communication secure from foreign intelligence agencies and GM thrive there. Several promotions backed up his natural confidence he was elevated to first lieutenant and then captain plus. He liked the intrigue and he liked feeling successful but to rise higher. He'd need more training. Jim With Laurie by his side as always left. Okinawa for four Shuka Arizona home to the US Army Intelligence Center and Strategic Communication Command. Where Lord gave birth to the Nicholson's first son Jeremy in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight but while Lori was knee deep in motherhood. Jim was busy with work. He was training in various intelligence gathering disciplines including satellite surveillance and humid. According to the spy. Museum humint is intelligence collected from human resources or human to human spying. Jim was gaining essential intelligence skills. That would make him an extremely valuable asset to the C. I. A. Poor pay and a lack of military activity during Peacetime Jim to leave the army on August thirteenth. Nineteen seventy nine and join the agency. He entered duty on October twentieth. Nineteen eighty and was sent the farm the CIA as hub for basic spy training there is supplemented his army training with lessons. On how to make disguises detect surveillance and recruit foreign assets his family life was developing alongside his career in October of Nineteen eighty-one. Jim Laurie welcomed their daughter Star. In January of Nineteen eighty-two Jim took the oath of office promising to uphold the constitution in his work as an official C. I. A. Agent Lori and the children were there to support him as usual and of course they followed him on his next step as well entering the field. First Manila where their third son Nathan was born in Nineteen eighty-four Jim meanwhile proved starr operative with unfailing drive. Then in Nineteen eighty-five Bankok a testament to the agency's faith in their operative. But his gyms professional success grew so too did his marital. Tensions gyms work relegated lower to what felt like single motherhood while Jim was out defending. Us allies from Communism Lori was home chasing after three young children. Laurie and the children live near the. Us Embassy in Bangkok. But Jim lived in town more than one hundred and thirty miles away. He was supposed to return home for a visit every week or two but he often stayed away longer. Sometimes for months to make matters worse. Laurie suspected infidelity. In addition Jim became increasingly. Intense in secretive never sharing details of his assignment with Laurie. Laurie who'd already devoted her adult life to. Jim Wasn't sure what to do. So she stayed quiet and hoped.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on Bald Move TV

Bald Move TV

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on Bald Move TV

"Interesting and cool looking that of all the new shows that's the one I'm probably the most excited for. Oh, yeah. Easily. I think what you're talking. But doing some kind of coverage of his dark materials as well. Not sure if that'll be like a full podcast gonna thing, but. Who knows watchmen definitely will be it'll have its own dedicated podcast feed, and you'll have the full recap and all the coverage we give to our more serious coverage of shows. I will say, also something we're not gonna cover except for maybe a throwaway thing on the HBO is the righteous, Jim stones, this comedy series coming out on HBO starring John Goodman. Dana mcbride. Hey, Danny McBride so much the guy you do. Yeah, I hate he's, he's perhaps worse than Adam Sandler in. He's got Adam Devine who you know, I can take in small doses. But he looks like he's, it's about, like a family televangelists, and it just looks like. Ooh, so good. I'm looking forward to that. But I won't be obviously weekly coverage that as funds these. Yeah. Michael any plans on making a bold move trip to California, bald move meet up at the new Star Wars land at Disneyland. I've seen pictures of that. Yeah. So fucking can't wait for Jim Nicholson, to make a three fucking our documentary about her attending 'cause I just keeping up with an Twitter feed was was thrilling..

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That's great. I mean who would tell a reporter that? Well, they don't tell you this right at first initially people in a phone interview and most of minor by phone. We'll tell you what is proper and. Right. And they think should be on the record. But very very few people in this world can talk to somebody for more than an hour. And we see this on police interrogation at run for three hours until finally they you start getting into the core of who this person was and after they give their initial four-minute prepared speech on the person, then we get into who this person. Really was you're a visionary pages become very popular. And I imagine a lot of people pursue you now. So that you can write an obituary about their their deceased friend or relative. How do you decide who you're actually gonna cover generally while I'm not not pursued that heavily that? I can't handle it yet. But I've been able to write obits on virtually everybody who calls, and it's sufficient, and I get calls from say fourteen year old girl from the ghetto in north Philadelphia. Who doesn't go through any bureaucracy? She just styles. My number and says, I want to talk about my grandmom, and presto the next day. This girl's grandmom has a eighteen inch bent with picture now where else can this happen? They can't happen anywhere. You know, people can't get into newspapers anymore the guard stops downstairs, and I share a crooked politician or a movie star. How you gonna get into a newspaper today? Have you ever had to say to anybody? I'm sorry. But your mother or your grandmother isn't interesting enough or important enough to get into the pave never never nonsense. There is no uninteresting. Oh bitch. Only uninteresting questions asked by a reporter. There's a lot of obituary jokes. I know one or two like I always read the obituaries to see if I'm dead, and people are dying who never died before do people tell you a lot of obits jokes. I am the butt of a lot of a bit. Myself in the inquirer. A bitch away writer, we've heard them all and they nickname me, Dr death, and all this sort of thing and show. I get back at them. Sometimes in the elevator. I'll say to someone say Charlie do you have a recent picture of yourself? They'll look at me twice. I guess in where I hate to bring this up at you know, that now you will be eligible for one of the really large official obituaries because you've made important contributions to the city. It's a funny thing to bring up. Well, I suppose. I have not written my own bet ury. I like to think that my victories already being written in a lot of little obituaries. It's already out there. Philadelphia daily news obituary writer, Jim Nicholson, speaking with Terry gross in one thousand nine hundred seven Nicholson died last week at the age of seventy six coming up. We learn more about Nicholson from his visionary writer. This is fresh air..

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on WRVA

"The next half hour but I Yeah you know I guess it's been about fifteen. Years where I have repeatedly heard the calls for offshore exploration here. In Virginia added inevitably brings up a lot. Of emotion not just for people who live, at Virginia Beach and a big fancy houses but a. Lot of people want it, a lot of people don't want Jim Nicholson the former secretary of veterans affairs. A nationally he's also the co chair of explore offshore and we're excited to. Have you here on? The program to talk about this what what is your assessment of Virginia's circumstances? At, the moment miss. Secretary who good morning thanks for having me on, yes sir I, am Very thrilled to be, a co chairman of this new effort of the American Trillium institute to, educate Americans particularly Americans in the mid Atlantic in the Florida Gulf Coast about. The, potential indeed in, our opinion the need for us to to go out and explorer and just see what the, dimensions are the vast oil and gas holdings that we have out there in the. Continental shelf do we know the answer? To that whether there is a pocket of wealth that we just haven't touched for a variety, of reasons or is that still? A question we we know that there's an enormous amount of resource hydrocarbon resources. Out there Estimate maybe ninety billion barrels and three? Hundred twenty seven trillion cubic feet a gas but we don't know for sure and we don't know exactly where it is but? It's, out there and it just makes sense to me as an American too Untied at hand behind our back and go. Out there and and explore it and, see what's out during quantify it so that we. Know we know what's out there and then people are going to have to make in a political and policy judgments about going out there and developing it that's that would be the next step but. Isn't it just good common sense for us Americans worried about energy security and national security and to know what, the heck we have out there in or continental shelf that is ours and is there for us to go and. Explore and develop we'll, let me play devil's advocate with you for a second because I do. Feel like I keep reading? Stories especially in the last few months about the US really capitalizing on its, resources already and exporting a lot of oil so maybe the the the real, feeling of desperation or urgency that we felt a decade ago is it fair to To say that we. Don't have that same Anxiety at the moment I think We we've taken giant strides domestically on land with hydraulic fracking in the new technologies that were. Now employing And indeed we're going to become soon a, major natural gas exporter but that that doesn't obviate the need to know what, we have offshore because we. We, do know that in spite of the enormity of what we have onshore it's not gonna last forever And we as, a country I think to ourselves and our security future to know what is, out there I mean certainly Iran in China and. Russia or, not Foreboding from going. Out there and soon what they have and the other part of it is that we could do this without without really any negative environmental impacts the science of Seismic offshore testing? Now, is, very developed it's very safe and and and and accurate and it, does no, damage to, marine life so why are we out, there exploring, to see what's out there well you you've touched on what a lot of people. Who are concerned about not just you know whether you got a million dollar house Virginia Beach and suddenly you're going to see some sort. Of Derek on, the horizon out there but they look at what happened in Louisiana and some of these. Other environmental issues that have taken place in in the Gulf Coast area and they say we don't want that in Virginia Well first, of all, there is, no possibility of of a visual contact, the continental, shelf varies from probably twenty five miles two hundred and twenty five miles offshore so. Those distances are such would never see these rigs from the coast the matter of you know spills and safety I think is a legitimate. Concern for people, to have because we eight years And but, that like so, many other, things and the technology and science world is progressed exponentially so that We we, have the capability now to go out and camp and sustain if a, if, a spill. Ever did occur which is far more unlikely now because of. The drilling techniques they have hey real quick I'm watching the clock and I know you need to go but who benefits from? This does does the tax payer in Virginia get any benefit from this other than knowing that. They've helped Increase the resources for the, country is there they benefit enormously first of all we estimate just Virginia loan there'd be. Twenty, five thousand new jobs that pay over one hundred thousand dollars a. Year and, they do not require a college, education the annual spending out there would be nearly two billion dollars a, year, within within. Twenty years and then then there's the whole issue of of, the taxes if Jinyan negotiated its? Share like other states have now done and sharing in the in the royalties and the bonuses They could get up upward toward two hundred and. Fifty million dollars a year in. Income to the state was secretary Nicholson you make a compelling argument and a no will will continue to discuss it especially as the general assembly comes back in the wintertime Jim Nicholson. Former secretary of veterans affairs the co chair of explore offshore. Really appreciate you introducing us to that this morning thank, you thank you it's eight twelve on this Thursday time for traffic.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"His cautious of both north and South American very successfully adapted their environment. There's a lot to be learned in terms of how that adaptation takes place culturally, how it's communicated to the people who live in the echo wanna society, author, and anthropologist, David gush has lived in work with the wanna over the past fifteen years in a culture where one doesn't have a concept of art where one doesn't have a concept of many different separate and specialized activities. All of these activities. The culture south becomes a work of art. When we think of handmade objects, we think in terms of the notion that there are objects, which are not handmade, and so amongst the echo wanna, all objects are handmade so that there's absolutely no object or new aspects of their culture which is not created. There's nothing which is store hot, there's nothing which is purchased. There's nothing which. Comes from, outside and is then used in, order to make some other type of creation so everything is a handmade object everything in the culture is created. Everything undergoes some process of transformation, which we think of as. The artistic action Title programs part of our. Thirtieth anniversary celebration I'm Jim Nicholson, and this is the pulse of the planet Era Twenty Radio dot..

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"So this supports the mutation nuclear posture review by authorizing sixty five million to develop lowyield seven marine launch ballistic missile i know that's controversial i know that they're going to be amendments on there and and we look forward to that the ranking member and i don't agree on everything and this one area that probably we don't agree but we want to have have open debate and that's what we're going to have unfortunately that's just going to be delayed for a period of time i believe is is unnecessary the finally the india supports our allies and partners around the world it authorized five point two billion dollars for the afghan security forces we just got back in afghanistan things are really going well there we had to chase jim nicholson and so the rest of them over there and good things are happening in spite of an unfriendly press sometimes much lead you to believe for the fight against terrorism authorizes one point in funding for the counter isis efforts via the train and equip program in iraq and syria training to quit grams one i think we all agree at least on the committee that it's very important to continue that authorized six point three billion for the european deterrence initiative in two hundred million for security assistance to the ukraine including defense lethal assistance the semi we should've done a long time ago i happened to be in ukraine when they had their their last election actually not the last election but some about three years ago and that was a time when for the first time in ninety six years ukraine doesn't have one communist his parliament they did that because they love us and then of course putin came in and started killing him we know what happened there was above us is and yet we we had the opportunity to send some lethal defensive equipment over there to help them says they had this love for the west in that administration wouldn't allow that to take place this is she's been radio programming from wednesday wc pfm washed well anyway we all these five hundred million for israel israeli cooperative missile defense programs and by the way i was like to say when are we talking about israel there's a kind of an assumption out there that would their dormant we're providing they actually have developed some systems over there.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Future and you look back and i think that's pretty pretty close to what they've actually done so if you want to understand russian intentions i think one way to do that to look at what they've said compared to what they've done and it's actually pretty good guide the recruitment of soviet sources are russian sources back in the cold war period where where my service as focused wait almost everybody that they took into the basement of a or or lubyanka and shot in the back of the head had volunteered these weren't people that were wined and dined and developed and recruited they had somehow dropped a note into car and said call this number or something some way of volunteering some of them compromise themselves in the process others like adolf token chef came to us and gave us everything the soviets would be doing on on advanced fighter aircraft into generations that will be out in the future so it's not that they're not recruiting it's that they're not volunteering perhaps and and then you would say well why is that and is it because we've had that rash of betrayal inside the fbi inside the cia and that that might discourage volunteers it really had never happened until nineteen eighty five and we were able to say well edward lee howard wasn't really one of us he he betrayed he was in the pipeline to moscow so he knew our assets in moscow because he might be called upon to break surveillance and go out and make that meeting so he was able to betray a huge number of assets but we got him on suitability issues blah blah blah and kicked him out so we said bad but not really wasn't one of us well guess what aldrich ames certainly was enhancing over at the bureau certainly wise and we even forget about jim nicholson another one who certainly was so dude has that affected volunteers into this year i don't know the the the story then and i suspect now is that your greatest source of assets in moscow have always been the volunteers milton bearden former cia officer and moscow station chief served for thirty years in the cia c span radio very quick comment two quick points one anton i don't know that i fully subscribe to the idea that russia's so tiredly open right now i think an awful lot of.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on RobinLynne

"You got the la trump hit on those on what he had asked his agenda none zone of you might ask gentlemen's and were not nav him in the london thing was the slightest myself by this thought donald trump he had on those on will get us is getting the nod in berlin m e on went out in the middle medicine will not end of london secrecy when it got us some lettuce in a super league off because i saw on that again at all when the ffynnon will not do you must seminar on a more general dan limitied another dozen under any nadler's rini little acid indivisible davis capital cup by this show of business for one one two the employs bishop donald trump was ever said if you see this as the formulas at taliban thing to bed on the book i lend my pension got navy divvy wanted was also gives hope it's not set a normal nausea threatening what i saw on more be besunners signal must not happy nadler enami's las vegas asked the suddendeath lewis ended up visit ml cleared off in the non his event when asked manila among this was not as of monday as the of the bus what us by some medicines not dams yet yet on the former yes it again was already in possession of wyde fm veto based on what nonexecutive in oakland this because you want us by some medicine a young sympathies abc's jim nicholson will face on the ashes and he is campaigning his mind disorders and thought hard was the obama says yet.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Find out that uh well i i am hoping they've got the atanas fire contain by this arab eight mile an hour winds people it is actually i've never experienced a mile an hour winds and yes you have yeah no i have the scr when we did a tropical storm uh on a million island and i know one eight mile an hour winds are and that is not the a bit the jim nicholson and we have had eighty miles an hour gusts before yet you're you're imagining it you're telling the story to your grandkid's now let me give you the biggest news of the day al franken ignoble career in the senate is going to come to an end i have been um i've always been indifferent del for he kind of a buffoon and i know he's got his fans out there but he's a buffoon any dad know much and he potenza know a lot in in the neal gorsuch hearings he embarrass himself deeply by not knowing i don't know what he's doing on judiciary committee can't spell judiciary well he should have gone the first day that the picture came out because that uh you know my standard is would a civil jury convicts you of assault or battery or both uh if the statute of limitations were not barring the action from being brought that means the individual onlooker has to wear well not not even hard with al franken because we got a picture it's unlike every other he said she said and here my three friends i told them through all that stuff is here say a picture is evidence evidence evidence you have an allegation and you have a denial that means is 5050 you can't ask anyone to step down but the day i'll franken showed up with a picture of him a assaulting his uh colleague on the usa the uso tour that was it a should have left that was the day he should have left meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile we have uh hamas warning that uh today is going to be a long day not just in southern california but in gaza is male honey the head of hamas said designers policy supported by the us cannot be confronted a last week night a new intifada israeli security forces put contingency plans in place last night.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on WEEI

"We mentioned you mentioned that okay you did much of that but research it's just to cook skills for the national off all we know we know that the don't you can make your point is jim sorry it's jim jimmy can you can make your point venus of all you want but don't accuse us of glossing over the pigs in the socks his should we we mentioned that said i'm glossing over jim he was it was a stupid mistake stupid socks but so wet i mean sat worse than domestic violence it's not worse than don fighting it's not worthy of being blackballed from the lean work or or or car so her her people who make mistakes and apologize and come back right we won't for that we want to give people suck chances that's what a christian society does that's right yes capper nick is never going to apologize and what does he have to apologize to work for what the standing up for racial justice does he have to paul for that jim nicholson but reverts because he's just to say that you look at uri this a fence people why do you have to apologize for that apart henrik michael fram crowd are wrote it what is it just uh like that would make a political brandin cooks apologize rude to a kneeling national anthem really the season for the patriots feud this is a tactic of long what what but but that's the take the i'll have the he didn't apologize for some asking you those patriots players who took me during the national glory this season did they listen i i understand this is a a tough take on hold for water fans and the is not easy to embrace our i'm with.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In november nineteen 96 nathan his sister and the ankle had just dropped nathan's data off at the airport to fly off on what nathan thought was a business job a few hours later two fbi agents knocked on the door error answering the door when they say they asked ivanka round was there and in fact they have to search the house they're gonna tear the house upside down so the kids literally had to pack up their things and go to tell that was rented for them by the fbi was i discern looking very serious said all right turn on the tv and they looked into a certain channel one and then they start same narrow james nicholson was was arrested for espionage and he could be looking at life word could be looking at the death penalty harold james nicholson he went by gm was nathan's dad this is a guy who had betrayed his country on so many different levels w jim nicholson passed information from secret cia cables to russian spies all over the world he gave up the names of approximately three hundred eight officers and training he exposed their identities putting their operations and lives at risk would jim's betrayal stigma and there he gave up the names of access agency gave up the names of the cia station chief in moscow for having sex he gave up a whole lot of top secret secret and other classified information to the russians for three hundred thousand dollars and pay nathan couldn't believe any event the person the fbi was talking about did not square away with the man he knew as his father i was just so sean i i can't even feel any emotion other than just like what is this surely there must be like a huge mistake going on here starts third shouting out things like a she hasn't believe in god anymore and i was worried for my vollers wired i we worry is lake now is the last time i i was ever going to see him nathan did see as dad again the not into a year later jim was convicted in 1997 the highest ranking cia officer ever convicted of espionage and he was now serving a twenty three and a half year sentence in a.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Upside down so the kids literally had to pack up their things in good will motel it was rented for them by the fbi i determine what can very serious said all right turn on the tv and they flip the to certain channel one and then they start saying narrow james nicholson was was arrested for espionage and he could be looking at life word could be looking at the death penalty harold james nicholson he went by gm was nathan stead this is a guy who had betrayed his country on so many different levels w jim nicholson passed information from secret cia cables to russian spies all over the world he gave up the names of approximately three hundred see i ate officers and training he expose their identities putting their operations dan lies that risk whoop jim's betrayals didn't end there he gave up the names of access agents who gave up the names of the cia station chief in moscow for him sex he gave up a whole lot of top secret secret and other classified information to the russians for three hundred thousand dollars and pay nathan couldn't believe any of it the person the fbi was talking about did not square way with the man he knew as his father i was just so sean i i can't even feel any emotion other than just like what is this error surely there must be like a a huge mistake going on here starts third shouting are things like a she hasn't believe in god anymore i was worried for my father's life i was worry is like now is the last time i was ever going to see him nathan did see his dad again but not until a year later jim was convicted in 1997 the highest ranking cia officer ever convicted of espionage and he was now serving a twenty three and a half year sentence in a.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Good morning i'm david greene last night announcers for the kansas city royals seemed to be making fun of a kitten who wandered onto sure muslim might regret that because of what st louis did on the next hitch who was manager mike metheny not ersan but i should like that one st louis seemed out of the playoff race but no longer maybe a team with nine lives it's morning edition it three thirty one good morning people value that creature of the same time that they have this kind of primordial fear sure of this thing that they think is bent on attacking harmed them make their skin into wallets and boots and sometimes we less will them i'm jim nicholson this is the pulse of the planet mark barros a professor of history virginia tech he's been studying how our attitudes towards alligators have changed over the years here's who's this whole industry that develops to cater to tourists in florida alligator farms that developed in the late 1890s yet it was basically a place where people could go and initially they just looked at these thing than it doesn't sound like a very appealing thing but people were attracted to it quickly the owners of these operations figure out that need to be more creative about i'm getting people to come in through the gates and to part with their hardearned dollars and the thing that really gets people wanna gates for his this phenomenon called alligator wrestling where they have an individual who goes in and pulls out one of the larger alligator's and runs it through this series of moves getting on its back and holding its josh placing it under their channon and removing their hands of do kinda i don't want to look can you really do want to look your terrified but you're also enchanted at the same time that starts fairly early on in the early 20th century and so it becomes a really important tourist attraction is one of these things where there is some danger better able to do it in part because of some of the physiological prayed to the alligator the power of the.

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"jim nicholson" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

News/Talk 710 KNUS

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"jim nicholson" Discussed on News/Talk 710 KNUS

"I was elected mayor of parker at the 8020 said i was the youngest mayor elected in the state and as you know douglas county is a very strong republican county you'd be surprised to hear that i'll get elected as a registered democrat i get elected is a registered democrat in in the bill of my administration i change parties became a republic why eurostat there was ninety ninety four what was the impetus today that i'll when i would go to the schools a low the children would ask me what party arguing why am i answer back then was among a democrat because my mom and dad were after a while i thought they did served a better answer so i found myself a mentor on both sides i studied the national platforms that i was very fortunate the jim nicholson became the vent or for me on the republican side after we study the platforms for six months i became a realization that all my values all my beliefs fell on the republican side is still i change parties in the middle line administration as you can imagine you know the democrats were livid the republicans were unchanged were sure if i was really a republican and when they would ask me what did you do this i came up with a great quote and you just mentioned this gentlemen's name earlier during the break uh wisden churchill and he said some men change their values and beliefs for the sake of the party other men will change parties for the sake of the values and beliefs and i chose to do the latter right he also said words they'd packed appear you're not a liberal when you're twenty don't have a heart if you're not conservative when you're forty you don't have a head of how hi i was sad leaving the democrat party ride round the same time during the clinton administration something was tournament up about it and the hell out of fury light camera cried scorned what was the.

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