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"joel souza" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The charge of involuntary manslaughter against Alec Baldwin in the shooting on the set of the western film rust. Prosecutors explain this results from the revelation of new facts and the need for more investigation. The incident took place on the set of rust in New Mexico in October of 2021, Baldwin was handed a gun and told it was not loaded. The gun discharged on set injuring director Joel Souza and killing cinematographer Helena Hutchins, Baldwin contends he did not pull the trigger and the gun went off by accident. The involuntary manslaughter charge against the film's weapons supervisor Hannah Guterres Reed was not affected by this decision. David hall's the film's safety coordinator and assistant director pleaded no contest last month to a charge of unsafe handling of a firearm, even though the manslaughter charge against Baldwin will be dismissed, prosecutors say that the investigation is still ongoing and Baldwin has not been fully absolved of criminal culpability. I'm Kevin Carr. Correspondent Ed Donahue reports Twitter has started removing blue checks from users who don't pay. The blue check mark helps verify the user's identity to distinguish them from fakes since Elon Musk bought Twitter. He's talked about charging for the blue check after several false starts. Twitter has started removing it from those who aren't paying for it. The cost of keeping the marks range from $8 a month for individual web users to a starting price of a $1000 a month to verify an organization since Musk took over Twitter does not actually verify the individual accounts to ensure they are who they are. Some high profile users no longer have the blue check, including Beyoncé, Pope Francis, and former president Donald Trump. Seinfeld actor Jason Alexander pledged to leave the platform if Elon Musk takes away his blue check. I'm Ed Donahue
"joel souza" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"What else is going on in New York at around the world, Michael. Thank you very much, Nathan attorneys for actor Alec Baldwin said Mexico prosecutors are dropping the involuntary manslaughter charge against the movie star while rehearsing for the film rust. In 2021, the prop gun Baldwin was holding one off killing cinematographer halyna Hutchins, and injuring director Joel Souza. A few months after the shooting, Baldwin claimed to ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he never actually fired the weapon. It wasn't in the script for the trigger to be pulled. Well, the trigger wasn't pulled. I didn't pull the trigger. So you never pulled the trigger. No, no, no, no, no. I would never point the gun out of an pull a trigger at them, never. The films armorer Hannah Gutierrez Reed was also charged with involuntary manslaughter and pleaded not guilty, her pretrial hearing is scheduled next month. The New York City rent guidelines board is considering a significant rent increase. It would affect close to 1 million rent stabilized apartments. The mayor Adams appointed panel suggested an increase of almost 16% two year leases, which would be the largest increase in decades. It would be 5 and 8.5% hike for one year leases. The Supreme Court is facing a self imposed deadline tonight to decide whether women's access to a widely used abortion pill will stay unchanged. The justices are weighing arguments allowing restrictions of a lower court involving the FDA approved drug mifepristone. There are allegations that the investigation into Hunter Biden is being mishandled in that President Biden's son has been getting preferential treatment. The Justice Department says that the Hunter Biden investigation is not being watered down because he's the president's son, a whistleblower from the IRS disagrees with that. Democratic senator Richard blumenthal of Connecticut was asked about the Hunter Biden case. So much today is politicized. We need to look at the facts
"joel souza" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Early 53° in New York will have a mix of sun and clouds today highs in the upper 60s getting down to the mid 50s tonight. Time now to take a look at some of the other stories making news in New York and around the world with Bloomberg's Michael Barr, good morning Michael. Good morning, Nathan, attorneys for actor Alec Baldwin say, New Mexico prosecutors are dropping the involuntary manslaughter charge against the movie star while rehearsing for the film rust. In 2021 the prop gun Baldwin was holding one off killing cinematographer Elena Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza. A few months after the shooting, Baldwin claimed to ABC's George Stephanopoulos that he never actually fired the weapon. It wasn't in the script for the trigger to be pulled. Well, the trigger wasn't pulled. I didn't pull the trigger. So you never pulled the trigger. No, no, no, no, no. I would never point the gun to anyone and pull a trigger at them, never. The film's armorer Hannah Gutierrez Reed was also charged with involuntary manslaughter and pleaded not guilty. Her pretrial hearing is scheduled next month. The New York City rent guidelines board is considering a significant rent increase. It would affect close to 1 million rent stabilized apartments. Mayor Adams appointed panels suggested an increase of almost 16% for two year leases which would be the largest increase in decades. It would be an 8 and a half percent hike for one year leases. The Supreme Court is facing a self imposed deadline tonight to decide whether women's access to a widely used abortion pill will stay unchanged. The justices are weighing arguments allowing restrictions of a lower court involving the FDA approved drug mifepristone. There are allegations that the investigation into Hunter Biden is being mishandled and that President Biden's son has been getting preferential treatment. The Justice Department says that the Hunter Biden investigation is not being watered down because he's the president's son, a whistleblower from the IRS disagrees with that. Democratic senator Richard blumenthal was asked about the Hunter Biden case. So much today, it is politicized. We need to look at the facts
"joel souza" Discussed on WTOP
"Local high school. The damage is unbelievable when you walk through there. Oklahoma baptist university is picking up the pieces after high winds, blew through the campus Wednesday night. At least three people were killed in Oklahoma, fighting continues in Sudan between the nation's military and a rival paramilitary force. In Khartoum, this resident says he and others have formed local groups to help escape from the cities. All the embassies and the United Nations teams were telling us to stay put that they would come and get us. And we were waiting for 5 days. But we had people that were not prepared for this. And they didn't have water in a power they didn't have food. Nobody's getting these people out. So we've decided that I'm one of the people just decided, well, fine, if they're not going to do it, we're just going to do it on our own. Getting out is a difficult prospect since most major airports have become battlegrounds and movement out of cartoon to safer areas is growing more dangerous. President Biden could be planning a video announcement of running for reelection as soon as next week, CBS Nancy cordes says things will change once the president officially becomes a candidate. There are all kinds of federal election campaign rules that click into place, all kinds of rules that govern raising money for his reelection bid. That's why there's been so much back and forth between folks in Biden world about when exactly the right time is for him to jump into the race. Tuesday, marks four years since Biden first announced his run for The White House. Criminal charges have been dropped against actor Alec Baldwin in a fatal movie set shooting, charges still stand for the film's armorer, Hannah Gutierrez Reed, who worked as the film's weapon supervisor, was also charged with involuntary manslaughter in the incident. Prosecutors did not immediately comment on the case. I think what's changed is that there was going to be another proceeding in a few weeks the case was progressing quickly and different prosecutors actually took over this case. And we have to basically surmise that they didn't think they could prove this beyond a reasonable doubt to adjourn. At the time, Baldwin was pointing a gun at cinematographer halyna Hutchins during a rehearsal when the weapon fired, killing Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza. This is CBS News. It's mono furniture's huge inventory blow of sale. We bought big thousands of containers filled with fresh inventory have arrived. There's no waiting. Marlowe
"joel souza" Discussed on WTOP
"Toward Shaun. You've seen these now for 5 years around Oklahoma and I've lived here my whole life. It looks like we're really fortunate that tornado stayed a little higher and kind of went on top of the trees and so they're estimating a 150 mile an hour winds and an F three, but it could have been a lot worse if it would have actually been on the ground. It probably would have taken and destroyed more of the buildings. The Pentagon is taking steps to prepare for a possible evacuation of U.S. citizens in Sudan, where the security situation is worsening, as rival factions clash, the State Department now says one American has died, more from CBS and Stephen Porto. Movement of personnel and equipment to Djibouti, two countries over from Sudan as described as a precautionary step. No decision has been made to evacuate anybody. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby says U.S. embassy staffers are sheltering in place and effort to colocate them as for the moment on pause. A U.S. diplomatic convoy came under fire earlier this week. Kirby says there's no sign that was intentional. There's no indications that Americans are being specifically targeted. But it's obviously a dangerous situation. Stephen portnoy, CBS News The White House. CBS News has learned President Biden could be planning a video announcement detailing his plans to run for reelection as soon as next week. CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy cordes says the president has yet to sign off. All of them felt, hey, look, he can remain presidential. He can stay above the fray for a while if he wants. There's no rush. Others argue, look, everyone knows he's running for reelection. Why not just get off the fence and do it? So now we know that his aides appear to have landed on the latter course of action. They want him to announce next Tuesday, criminal charges against actor Alec Baldwin for his role in a fatal movie accident shooting are being dropped, CBS is Donna backus has the latest. As soon as for Alec Baldwin, say New Mexico prosecutors are dropping the involuntary manslaughter charge against the movie star. While rehearsing for the film rust in 2021, the prop gun Baldwin was holding one off, killing cinematographer halyna Hutchins and injuring director Joel Souza. Baldwin told investigators he did not pull the trigger, though an FBI forensic report found the weapon could not have fired otherwise. I take the gun out slowly. I turn on cocktails. That goes up, she hits the ground. In a statement, Baldwin's lawyer said, we are pleased with the decision to dismiss the case, and we encourage a proper investigation into the facts and circumstances of this tragic accident. On Wall Street, stocks dipped, this is CBS News. Higher with minimal effort and maximum success with indeed, their powerful hiring platform makes it easy to attract interview and hire candidates all in one place, visit indeed dot com slash credit. It is 1103 here on WTO Thursday night April 20th, 2023, Reagan national at 70 could be down to about 58 later. Good evening, I'm Dmitri sodas for the top local stories we're following this hour. For months, Kia and Hyundai owners have struggled to keep thieves away from their cars after a social media challenge, showed folks how to
Producers reboot 'Rust' after fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin
"Production is expected to resume Thursday on the Alec Baldwin movie rust, which was put on hold after the shooting death of a cinematographer. I marches are a letter with the latest. The production company for the film rust says filming will resume at a new location, the Yellowstone film ranch in Montana in October 2021 outside Santa Fe, New Mexico, actor Alec Baldwin was pointing a gun when it went off during a scene setup. Cinematographer halyna Hutchins was killed and director Joel Souza was wounded as part of a settlement's production will resume with Hutchins husband Matthew as an executive producer. A documentary about Hutchins will be made at the same time. Meanwhile, Baldwin and weapons supervisor Hannah Gutierrez Reed are facing involuntary manslaughter charges. They have each pleaded not guilty
"joel souza" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"That Demi bought illegal antiquities that were likely stolen and alluded from Egypt and Iraq and Syria and other countries, and she gave her some shit. She's like, these are not so much cuneiform tablets. I don't even know what that means, but it must be something fancy. As much as they are pre nod, dog biscuits. And she said, you better hope they're fakes. With genuine tablets like this have frequently been looted from Iraq. Including to support insurgent groups like ISIS. But it just, you know, it's not only the oracle that bugged me guys like I've been looking at a lot of people's pictures lately. It's not only the Kardashians and the Megan foxes. It's basically everybody. The amount of filtering going on. The amount of things people do to make themselves look a certain way is so alarmingly bad. That I don't have much I just don't I just don't have much hope for the future of this country. The picture of Demi Lovato when this article way too slender, we see now portly she got. And I'm not going to make a wage job. She gained some weight. It's okay, we all do. I didn't know Phil this could be this crazy, and this aggressive. It's very sad that people resort to this. These photo manipulations and, you know, before they post these pictures do they really look at them and go, oh yeah, this is completely what I look like. No, you don't look like this at all, honey. It's all theater. So many things right now in this life are just pure theater. You know, the mass mandate is theater. This is theater. The high gas prices are theater, what's going on in Ukraine is theater, albeit very horrifying and sad, you know, the way that people still think we've got aware mask here and there. It's just, you know, thank God here at the casino. There's no one's even thinking about it. Man, sometimes you see an old person, where when you go, okay, maybe the guys got some other shit going on. You don't want to have any comorbidity problems. That's fine. But no more of that mask nonsense, what a pleasure. You speak about bullshit artist, you gotta bring up Alec Baldwin again. This guy's gap, yap, yapping again. I don't know who the hell is on his side. In a legal sense, but he can not still talk this way. Nothing's going to stop this guy from speaking. His truth, he demands to speak it. His legal team can't stop him, I guess. His wife ain't stopping him. You put this guy in your microphone, he'll start talking to you about the whole shooting incident. And now there was an article in The Hollywood Reporter that Alex truth is that the people who were filing lawsuits pertaining to the onset shooting of the cinematographer Helena Hutchins and the wounding of the director Joel Souza are targeting innocent non negligent deep pocketed litigants like himself instead of the people who likely seen negligent but have no money. Basically he's saying you're not suing the people you know you're not going to get money out of. It's a real shitty way to act. Now I know it may seem inappropriate to keep talking shit about the people who are affected by this guy and the wife and the mother and the father and the husband I mean it's so sad. But he made these comments while he was moderating. Why is he even moderating events right now? Why is he making a movie right now? He was moderating events at the boulder International Film Festival. And he just went off after the moderator, opened the floor to Alec Baldwin, he launched into a lengthy and whatever you want to call it statement about there being just two victims. It's just two victims in the rush shooting. While also implying that some individuals who have filed lawsuits are financially motivated and just going after people, they assume have deep pockets. And right from the beginning, from the moment this thing happened, everybody is put out, you know, besides all the anguish and the suffering and the horrible feelings, everybody has, of course, there are two victims and nobody else is a victim, so to speak. And Alex said, we have dealt with a situation where specific people are not as interested in finding out what really happened. So is fake? This guy just can't help himself. And I gotta be honest, I haven't seen elaria do much on social media lately. Maybe I'm wrong, but I haven't seen her go bananas on Instagram and say things to make her husband look great. But this guy should be smart enough to know that calling himself a victim is awful. But we also know how narcissistic he is to believe that does he really think he's the only victim that counts? He said to the group, what you have is a certain group of litigant son, whatever side, who their attitude is, well, the people who likely see negligent have enough money and the people who have money are not negligent. But we're not going to let that stop us from doing what we need to do in terms of litigation. Why should people if you you're not going to get money? That's what they're doing. It's very hard to sit here and think that he's actually thinking of Elena Hutchins husband Matt functions. In this group of people who are money hungry and trying to get money, but this, I mean, if you saw Matt Hutchins on The Today Show interview, in which he said, finally, that he was really upset and enraged by the fact that Alec Baldwin refused to take responsibility from pointing a gun and his wife and shooting her and killing her. He also pulled out Alec over his bullshit tears and said, are we really supposed to feel bad about you, mister Baldwin? Every time Alan talks, he just keeps making it worse. And by the way, every time he's up there talking, he always looks like he needs to burp, but he can't. Just keep that in mind. There was a time I felt a little bit of empathy for Alec. Remember that funnel of him holding the phone after the shooting? That was rough to see. You know, he was just spilling his guts out to his wife and I guess that's what we call and just spilling about, I can't believe this happened. But everything he and eladia have said and done since this has just shown everybody that just the most tone deaf people self centered people dare I say trashy people shopping in Vermont, getting new clothes, eating and fancy restaurants that are roped off in the fucking windows seats. Give me a goddamn break. You fucking killed somebody, bro hide for a while. And this guy, the poor husband, and the son of Helena. Their lives will never be the same. And Alec is sitting there crying and not being a victim. With all of this says that I know we've talked about this AD nauseam, but all of this sense is that Alec Baldwin, went in there as a producer, obviously didn't have any of his business order, a business shit in order. It wasn't up to snuff, there was some problems we've heard about. Maybe his incorporation paperwork was off. His insurance, maybe he didn't pay for the right kind of professionals on staff. We know that to be the fact. And instead of focusing on that, he's just living this Instagram life with Elia. Sorry, it was my back hitting the wall. Just living the Instagram life with Eli ya. Somebody else who suffered some public humiliation, I got a kick out of this. You know, we talk about cancel culture a lot, and remember Morgan Wallen, the singer, he had a public relations nightmare that could have been limited to get getting caught breaking the COVID-19 rules set by NBC and signing that live when he was going to host that show or at least be the musical addition to that show. And he got voted for the show back in 2020. He got read book several episodes later, but then just a few months after that, a video came out on the Internet. And it showed in casually using the N word on a night that he was a little bit toasted and drunk. He apologized, he said, I'll never do it again. I brought up since then and it's never going to happen. But his tour was canceled, radio stations began dropping his songs. He was banned from several awards shows like the ACM awards and the Billboard Music Awards. Well, here we are here later. And a $500,000 check from his record label and he's ready to resume his career. A few nights ago, at the country music awards, he was nominated for three wars, male artist of the year, song of the year, an album of the year. And that was right before his video went viral and he had to step away for a while. He won album of the year, he gave a shout out to everybody you could imagine. I mean, everybody that was important to him in his life, the fans and the audience were over the moon to see him turn out again and show up and win. But on Twitter, they roasted his ass. You know, Twitter like I've always said, we've always known it's just a bunch of assholes talking shit and they're just the pussy kids in the schoolyard who don't get the attention they need in the schoolroom, but they, in the playground, they become loud and obnoxious. But this guy's back completely. He's back. What is this sense of canceling someone if they come back this hard and when like this, what are we doing to people? It's just getting so out of hand. The cancellation of. Movie stars and singers and what have you and rappers. It doesn't make any sense if you're going to take them back into the fold. A year or two later, McLaren will be hosting news again soon. You can bet Chris Cuomo will be doing something in the next two years. That just don't know what this all means and what it amounts to if these people end up coming back. What's the real lesson? They have all this money. They have all these millions. Does it just mean go home, count your money, sit still for two years? And then you'll be back in the fold. If that's the case, what's the lesson we're really teaching and why are people so adamant to teach it? I mean, this guy he shouldn't be working because it is mullet. Let alone what he said with the end more than what have you, but, you know, I just don't know what they're going with this stuff. They're getting ridiculous. They've got to there's got to come a point where people go, you know what, it's just like people made a mistake. The guy made a mistake. He said what he said, we uncovered old stuff. And you know, he's apologized, and we all need to move on. Except his apology and move on. I keep saying this because I really feel like a guy like me who walks a tightrope every day and says things into a microphone that can be judged and misinterpreted and interpreted and laid its scary and you go, well, am I a day away from not working for two years? Can't we just get to a point where they get to apologize and if it's sincere, we move on with our lives and everybody moves on and it's all good. I don't know. I just couldn't believe the guy was out there again receiving awards and accolades after he was a pariah. Less than two years ago, it just doesn't make sense to me. Oh. There you go again. That was your free show, I guess we're calling it, what do we call it? What do we call it? Because we know what to do with Thursday's show. And so it's a reckless Wednesday, but let's just call it reckless when they even though it's on Thursday, but either way, you'll get three ball Friday tomorrow. We'll get back to our normally scheduled programming and there'll be a Patreon as well. And if you really need to feel like you need to know more about the political situation in this world, then by all means go to Patreon dot com slash politics is
"joel souza" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"He was badly hurt in an SUV accident while playing in the same event in 2021. Now Tiger Woods is returning to play it again. ABC's Alex stone reports from Los Angeles. It was two years ago, February of 2021 when Tiger Woods had to be cut out of the car he was driving after he lost control of the SUV it flipped outside of LA. He nearly lost his right leg. He vowed he would play on the PGA Tour again. Now he's teeing it up at the very tournament he was here for two years ago. The genesis invitational Woods, telling reporters he still recovering. The leg is better than it was last year. But it's my ankle. Woods hasn't competed in an official PGA Tour event in 7 months. Alex stone, ABC News. Los Angeles. ABC entertainment news. We knew the movie rust would finish filming in part to honor the work of cinematographer Helena Hutchins. Now we have more details about when production will restart. Producers of the film saying a statement that the pick back up this spring with new safety officers is a part of the crew and a pledge that no working weapons will be used and there will be no ammunition of any kind on set, returning director Joel Souza was also shot on set by the gun and Alec Baldwin's hand says it's bittersweet to return, but a privilege to see the film through on Hutchins behalf. The statement makes no mention of Baldwin, who is facing manslaughter charges. We have a date for season three of Ted Lasso. If seen is believing, I believe we've been seen. March 15th. According to a little teaser video released by Apple TV plus on Wednesday. Over on Netflix, a Dayton teaser for the Bridgerton spin off Queen Charlotte, a Bridgerton story. Is the business of this country? That'll debut may 4th and tell her the quiet half of magic and comedy duo Penn and teller is 75 Tuesday. Jason Athens and ABC News. Hollywood. Your business is our business, stay with the team that more people trust for money news at 20 and 50 past the hour. News radio 1000 FM 97 7 you're information station. My name is Corporal Bradley Joseph sites. Jerry Reed. Kate Weber. These are real veterans. Facing a real challenge. I have PTSD. And I have PTSD. I have PTSD. Post
"joel souza" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Last month was the 7th warmest January on record, Lisa Taylor has more. The national oceanic and atmospheric administration said the first month of 2023 had a global temperature of about one and a half degrees Fahrenheit higher than it usually is. Europe also had its single warmest January on record while it was the 5th warmest for North America. I'm Lisa Taylor. He was badly hurt in an SUV accident while playing in the same event in 2021. Now Tiger Woods is returning to play it again. ABC's Alex stone reports from Los Angeles. It was two years ago, February of 2021 when Tiger Woods had to be cut out of the car he was driving after he lost control of the SUV it flipped outside of LA. He nearly lost his right leg. He vowed he would play on the PGA Tour again. Now he's teeing it up at the very tournament he was here for two years ago. The genesis invitational. Woods, telling reporters he's still recovering. The leg is better than it was last year. But it's my ankle. Woods hasn't competed in an official PGA Tour event in 7 months. Alex stone, ABC News. Los Angeles. ABC entertainment news. We knew the movie rust would finish filming in part to honor the work of cinematographer Helena Hutchins. Now we have more details about when production will restart. Producers of the film saying a statement that the pick back up this spring with new safety officers is a part of the crew and a pledge that no working weapons will be used and there will be no ammunition of any kind on set, returning director Joel Souza was also shot on set by the gun and Alec Baldwin's hand says it's bittersweet to return, but a privilege to see the film through on Hutchins behalf. The statement makes no mention of Baldwin, who is facing manslaughter charges. We have a date for season three of Ted Lasso. They've seen his belief and I believe we've been seen. March 15th. According to a little teaser video
"joel souza" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Ford is halting production and shipments of its electric F one 50 lightning pickup. Brian shook reports. The company said there's a potential battery issue, which is currently being investigated. Ford hasn't shared any additional details, but found the issue during its pre delivery quality inspections. I'm Brian shook. After a fatal shooting, Alec Baldwin's rust will resume production this spring more from ABC's Jason nathanson. We knew the movie rust would finish filming in part to honor the work of cinematographer Helena Hutchins. Now we have more details about when production will restart. Producers of the film saying a statement that the pick back up this spring with new safety officers is a part of the crew and a pledge that no working weapons will be used and there will be no ammunition of any kind on set, returning director Joel Souza was also shot on set by the gun and Alec Baldwin's hand says it's bittersweet to return, but a privilege to see the film through on Hutchins behalf. The statement makes no mention of Baldwin, who is facing manslaughter charges. Jason Athens and ABC News. Hollywood. From ABC News, tech trends you may be familiar with Spotify wrapped. Well, it's not just for music lovers anymore. Welcome to my urine dating rap. Somebody came up with the idea of doing a dating wrapped on TikTok. Amelia Sampson is an online creator focused on dating culture. She says the dating wrapped trend became popular with hinge and Tinder users posting videos of homemade PowerPoint presentations. Breaking down how many led to a second date, what did we do on each first date? How many of these people ghosted me? I went on 13 first dates, proper dates this year. And while not all data is good data. Sam's 2022 dating wrapped. Bring on the trauma. Samson says the trend was a welcome dose of reality in an often challenging social media landscape. Like Instagram is seeing happy couples and feeling like you're all alone. There's something really comforting about the camaraderie of like, okay, yeah, we're all so like not doing great at this, but we can laugh at it. With tech trends, I'm Mike de buskey, ABC News. The
Hilaria Baldwin pleads with paparazzi to 'leave my family in peace' following news that husband Alec will be charged in 'Rust' shooting
"Actor Alec Baldwin will be charged with involuntary manslaughter in the shooting death of a cinematographer on a movie set outside Santa Fe New Mexico in 2021. I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest. The Santa Fe district attorney's office is charging Alec Baldwin in the fatal shooting of cinematographer halyna Hutchins on the set of the film rust in October 2021. Baldwin pointed a gun at Hutchins during a scene rehearsal and it discharged, killing her and wounding director Joel Souza. If convicted Baldwin faces up to 5 years in prison and a $5000 fine,
"joel souza" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. Representative Adam Schiff says he's seen no evidence that former president Trump declassified the documents seized from his Mar-a-Lago residence. The idea that 18 months after the fact Donald Trump could simply announce well and retroactively declassifying or whatever I took home had the effect of declassifying them is absurd. Appearing on CBS's face the nation, the California Democrat said that it should be determined if there was effort to go through the process of declassification during Trump's presidency, according to a list of items seized in the search that was made public Friday, many of the documents were classified as secret, confidential or sensitive, Schiff also noted that the statutes, the former president, was being investigated for violating, didn't require the documents to be classified, but simply damaging to national security. In the wake of the raid Schiff and fellow representative Carolyn maloney have requested a briefing and damage assessment from the director of national intelligence. There was no plan when it came to the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan. If the State Department probably didn't have the resources it needed to carry out an evacuation of this size, that's according to a new report by representative Michael McCall, appearing on CBS's face the nation, the Texas Republican explained that the failure to evacuate around 74,000 Afghan people who worked with the U.S. was one of the many sins of the abrupt withdrawal from the country last year. McCall said that not only was there a disconnect between intelligence on the ground and The White House, the State Department didn't have the capability to carry out an evacuation that large. McCall said the worst part of the entire story is the women left behind in Afghanistan under Taliban rule. Author Salman Rushdie is said to be improving after being taken off of ventilator, the 75 year old novelist agent confirmed Sunday that he's on the road to recovery after being seriously injured in a stabbing attack, rushed he was stabbed Friday while speaking at an event in upstate New York. The suspect in the attack has been identified as 24 year old hottie matar of New Jersey. He's being held without bail after pleading not guilty to attempted murder and assault charges. The gun actor Alec Baldwin was holding in the fatal shooting on a movie set could not have been fired without pulling the trigger. Brad Siegel has more. That's according to an FBI forensic analysis obtained by ABC News Friday. Baldwin has said he didn't pull the trigger on the New Mexico set of the movie rust. When cinematographer Helena Hutchins was killed in October, director Joel Souza was also wounded, casting of the gun, a 45 cult revolver shows that couldn't have fired without the trigger being pulled, Baldwin thought he was holding a cold gun. That is one without live ammunition. I'm Brad Siegel. A meteor is said to have caused a loud boom heard in northern Utah and southern Idaho early Saturday, the national weather service said the geospatial lightning mapper detected the signature from the meteor just after 8 30 a.m. local time. Numerous videos shared across social media show a flash streak across the sky as the boom can be heard before the NWS confirmed the boom came from a meteor residents took to social media wondering about the source even Utah governor Spencer Cox chimed in tweeting out that the boom was not caused by an earthquake or any military exercises. A New Jersey public library book is finally back on the shelves after being returned 75 years past its due date. Jersey native bob jablonski checked out Hitler by Odin Rudolph from the public library in 1947 when he was just 14, a book that warned the world about the dangers of Adolf Hitler. It wasn't until the now 89 year old jablonsky was cleaning his home that he found the book still in perfect condition with the original reference card inside, although it was 75 years overdue, he chose the perfect time to return it as the library introduced a no overdue fee last year. MTV is announcing the cast and premiere date for its new reality show teen mom, the next chapter, variety reports the show will follow moms from teen mom OG and teen mom two as they face the reality of a parenthood in different stages of life. Teen mom, the next chapter, Arizona MTV, on September 6th. I'm Chris. And I've done prisoner at Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. Let's check this hour's top business stories on the markets. China's economic recovery unexpectedly weakened in July, industrial output was up 3.8% that's year over year, however the estimate was looking for a gain last month of 4.3% at the same time retail sales increased just 2.7%. This is also a year over year reading, but the estimate was looking for a gain of 4.9%. Earlier, China's Central Bank unexpectedly cut a key policy rate that being the one year medium term lending facility by ten basis points, analysts were saying it shows Beijing has concerns over growth, although the size of the cut did show some restraint, even so the cut was somewhat offset by the PBOC draining ¥200 billion from the Chinese banking system. Well, in the coming week we'll get minutes from the last fed meeting they are due on Wednesday, markets have been debating the size of the next rate hike will it be 50 basis points or 75, also in the week ahead, the report on U.S. retail sales for July, the Bloomberg survey is expecting a month on month gain of just a tenth of 1%, and in terms of earnings will get results this week from Walmart and target just a few weeks after these companies cut their profit outlooks also on deck Home Depot and Lowe's and then on the China side Tencent will be reporting. We check markets every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg right now in Tokyo. We've got the nikkei rising 1%, although in Hong Kong, the hang seng, weaker by three tenths of 1% on the Chinese mainland chenghai composite, essentially flat in Sydney. We've got the ASX 200 ahead by four tenths of 1%, no trading in South Korea. It is a market holiday there. WTI crude oil now weaker by 7 tenths of 1%. We're trading 91 45. 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"Facing another trial come Monday this time in Chicago. The singer who's already been convicted of sex crimes in New York faces similar charges in Illinois. 5 accusers will testify in court, including the woman who claimed Kelly urinated on her on tape at the age of 14, although her case was acquitted in 2008 largely due to her refusal to testify the woman has agreed to finally speak out about her experience 14 years later, prosecutors claim Kelly abused her hundreds of times between 1998 and 2000, where she was as young as 13 years old. I'm Dina kodiak. The gun Alec Baldwin was holding in the fatal shooting on a movie set could not have been fired without pulling the trigger, Brad Siegel has more. That's according to an FBI forensic analysis obtained by ABC News Friday. Baldwin has said he didn't pull the trigger on the New Mexico set of the movie rust. When cinematographer halyna Hutchins was killed in October, director Joel Souza was also wounded, casting of the gun, a 45 colt revolver shows it couldn't have fired without the trigger being pulled, Baldwin thought he was holding a cold gun. That is one without live ammunition. I'm Brad Siegel. Police say a Bronx boy has been arrested in connection to the murder of his friend while they were apparently playing with a gun. Paul de Castro has more. Cops a 14 year old Patrick Mahoney has been charged with murder, manslaughter, and weapons possession in the fatal shooting of 14 year old Jacob bourbon. Police believe the boys may have been playing with a handgun in the lobby of Mahoney's apartment building in fordham manor when the gun went off, bourbon was hidden in the chest and pronounced dead at the hospital, Mahoney was a rain Saturday and held with a hearing scheduled for tomorrow. Paul the Castro NBC News radio, New York. A New Jersey public library book is finally back on the shelves after being returned 75 years past its due date. Jersey native bob jablonski checked out Hitler by an Odin Rudolph from the public library in 1947 when he was just 14, a book that warned the world about the dangers of Adolf Hitler. It wasn't until now the 89 year old was cleaning his home and he found the book, still in perfect condition with the original reference card inside. Although it was 75 years overdue, he chose the perfect time to return it as the library introduced no overdue fee last year. A Romanian teenager is setting a new world record for the fastest 100 meter freestyle swim, Saturday, 17 year old David Popovich broke the record when he made the swim in 46.86 seconds, beating the previous record holder by a fraction of a second. I'm Deena kodiak
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"Business app. This is Bloomberg radio. Now a global news update. The man accused of attacking acclaimed novelist Salman Rushdie is pleading not guilty to charges of attempted murder and assault in the second degree, hati matara fairview, New Jersey is being held without bail following the stabbing during rusty's lecture and upstate New York yesterday. He's due back in court Friday, rushdie remains on a ventilator after undergoing surgery for severe injuries. The search warrant the prompted the FBI raid on former president Trump's home in Florida reveals he suspected of violating the espionage act, agencies 27 boxes of documents, including classified material during the search on Monday. The warrant which was unsealed Friday shows investigators were authorized to seize any documents or records with classified markings, including national defense information. It went on to claim that Trump had top secret documents and photos, Trump said all the information had been declassified. Leaders of the Southern Baptist convention say the church is being investigated by the Justice Department for sexual abuse, newly elected Southern Baptist convention president Bart barber says the church is committed to doing the right thing going forward. Does not represent the feelings of southern Baptists because when our messengers came to vote, they voted overwhelmingly to do the right thing by survivors of sexual abuse and to respond in a way that's more reflective of the teachings of Christ. The country's largest Protestant denomination, the church said it would fully and completely cooperate with the department's investigation. Leaders at the church released a statement saying multiple branches were being questioned, which comes after a third party investigation published by the convention in May, found reports of sexual abuse were hidden by top church officials for two decades. A busted diesel pipeline is spilling out tens of thousands of gallons of fuel in Wyoming, state regulators revealed Friday. They've been working to clean up the spills since it was discovered in late July, and so far roughly 45,000 gallons have leaked onto private ranch land, contaminated soil is being excavated from the ranch and spread onto a nearby dirt road where the fuel is expected to evaporate. The gun actor Alec Baldwin was holding in the fatal shooting on a movie set, could not have been fired without pulling the trigger. Brad Siegel has more. That's according to the FBI forensic analysis obtained by ABC News Friday. Baldwin has said he didn't pull the trigger on the New Mexico set of the movie rust. When cinematographer Helena Hutchins was killed in October, director Joel Souza was also wounded, casting of the gun, a 45 colt revolver shows it couldn't have fired without the trigger being pulled, Baldwin thought he was holding a cold gun. That is one without live ammunition. A voluntary recall is underway for some king's Hawaiian products containing pretzels. The products in question are king's Hawaiian pretzel slider buns, pretzel hamburger buns and pretzel bites. The California based bakery says an ingredient used by supplier lines magnets may lead to microbial contamination. The company says that no illnesses associated with the pretzel breads have been reported. The recall does not affect any other king's Hawaiian products. Consumer sentiment is improving slightly. Jim Forbes has more. The University of Michigan's early reading for August edged up about 5 points from its all time low in June. The survey's expectations index improved, especially among low and middle income consumers. Continued declines in energy prices helped ease the overall inflation outlook. Still, nearly half of all consumers blame inflation for lowering their standard of living. I'm Jim Forbes. Emily Blunt Ryan Gosling are joining forces to star in a new film called the fall guy, the movie is an adaptation of the classic TV series of the same name. That series from the 1980s starred Lee Majors and was about Hollywood stunt performers who moonlight as bounty hunters, the fall guys set to be released in theaters in March of 2024. SpaceX's marking another successful mission, a falcon 9 rocket carrying 46 Starlink satellites launched into orbit from vandenberg Space Force base in California Friday. It's SpaceX's 36th launch of 2022, which is already a record breaking year for the company. I'm Chris. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. New York City health authorities are trying to figure out how widespread the polio virus is becoming. After announcing they had found the virus and wastewater samples that suggests polio was probably circulating in the city again. Doctor Alec Patel tells ABC polio is definitely still around. So this wastewater surveillance is basically telling us that vaccine preventable illnesses such as the extremely deadly polio is not done with us. In the U.S. inflation moderated in July, but economists in a monthly Bloomberg news survey are boosting their inflation estimates into 2023. Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice reports. Don't get your hopes too high. The PCE price index, the Federal Reserve's preferred inflation gauge is now seen averaging 2.5% by the end of next year. Should the higher inflation forecast pan out? That might mean the fed will extend its aggressive tightening campaign aimed at quashing inflation, any doubt should ice Bloomberg radio. Delta Air Lines will be allowed to extend pandemic related schedule reductions at three major U.S. airports. We get the story on that from Bloomberg's Shirley pellet. Those airports, New York's Laguardia and JFK as well as Reagan national in Washington, carriers are continuing to grapple with issues that have led to widespread flight disruptions. The FAA says it will partially approve delta's application to trim operations through September 5th. It does allow delta to hold on to flight slots of those airports that normally would be lost if they weren't used. Bloomberg's Charlie pellett and ju Jane
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"Is Bloomberg radio. Now, a global news update. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene is filing articles of impeachment against attorney general Merrick Garland over the FBI search of former president Trump's Florida residents. Brian shook reports. The far right Georgia Republican said in her resolution that Garland's personal approval in seeking a search warrant constitutes a blatant attempt to persecute a political opponent. The search warrant behind the FBI raid is now unsealed with a claiming Trump was under investigation for potential espionage act violations. It went on to claim Trump had top secret documents and photos. I'm Brian shook. The Idaho Supreme Court is ruling that the state strict abortion restrictions can take effect while things are disputed in court, a doctor and a regional Planned Parenthood affiliate sued the state this year, over three anti abortion laws that were designed to take effect before 2023. Under the ruling in almost full criminalization of all abortions will go into place August 25th. The CDC is relaxing its COVID guidelines, especially when it comes to schools, Sara Lee Kessler reports. Updated CDC guidance says students can remain in class of exposed rather than having to go home and learn remotely the CDC, believing that COVID is here to stay, and that we need to learn to live with it, but students will have to wear a mask for ten days and be tested on day 5. Same thing for teachers and staff, quarantining after COVID exposure no longer the rule, except for high risk congregate settings like gels and homeless shelters, a voluntary recall is underway for some king's Hawaiian products containing pretzels. The products in question are king's Hawaiian pretzel slider buns, pretzel hamburger buns, and pretzel bites. The California based bakery says an ingredient used by supplier, lions Magnus, may lead to microbial contamination. The company says that no illness is associated with the pretzel breads have been reported, the recall does not affect any other king's Hawaiian products. I'm Julie Ryan. Consumer sentiment is improving slightly. Jim Forbes has more. The University of Michigan's early reading for August edged up about 5 points from its all time low in June. The survey's expectations index improved, especially among low and middle income consumers. Continued declines in energy prices helped ease the overall inflation outlook. Still, nearly half of all consumers blame inflation for lowering their standard of living. I'm Jim Forbes. The gun actor Alec Baldwin was holding in the fatal shooting on a movie set, could not have been fired without pulling the trigger. Brad Siegel reports. That's according to an FBI forensic analysis obtained by ABC News Friday. Baldwin has said he didn't pull the trigger on the New Mexico set of the movie rust. When cinematographer Helena Hutchins was killed in October, director Joel Souza was also wounded, casting of the gun, a 45 cult revolver shows it couldn't have fired without the trigger being pulled, Baldwin thought he was holding a cold gun. That is one without live ammunition. I'm Brad Siegel. Average U.S. gas prices are down a penny today, according to triple-A, the national average is at $3 96 cents for a gallon of regular down about 18 cents from a week ago, and more than 65 cents from last month, the most expensive gas in the nation is in Hawaii at $5 and 37 cents, while Texas leads the way for the cheapest Philip at $3 and 47 cents. Paleontologists say they found fossils of a previously unknown dinosaur in Argentina. The remains indicate the dinosaur was only about 5 feet long, weighed about ten to 15 pounds and likely walked upright on its back legs. While it was small, his body was well protected with rows of disc shaped bony armor, running from its neck to the tip of its tail. Scientists who made the discovery are extra excited as this marks the first ever armored dinosaur from the Cretaceous period found in South America. I'm
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"With the latest news from New York City and around the world here's Michael Barr Tom Lisa John the Senate has passed to stop gap spending bill that avoids a short term shutdown and funds the federal government through February 18th Leaders defused a partisan standoff over federal vaccine mandates congressional leaders announced they had finally reached an agreement to keep the government running for 11 more weeks generally at current spending levels while adding $7 billion to aid Afghanistan evacuees The bill now goes to President Biden's desk Alec Baldwin is breaking his silence on the deadly shooting on the New Mexico set of his film rust that injured director Joel Souza and killed cinematographer Helena Hutchins Speaking to ABC Baldwin is reiterating that he does not believe he is responsible for hutchin's death Baldwin says he as an actor has little to do with the guns handling and set up before he is given it on set When you say what is the actor's responsibility the actor's responsibility is to deal with the prompt armor tells him to do Baldwin says he and Hutchins assume the gun was empty because they were told the gun was cold New York governor Kathy hoku announced New York has found 5 cases of the COVID omicron variant in the state Four in New York City and one in Long Island At a joint briefing with New York City mayor Bill de Blasio governor hoku said all the cases appear to be mild We want people to know that the early cases that have arise are not life threatening They seem to be minor cases and that is a source of good news for us right now The governor urged New Yorkers to get vaccinated or if they are vaccinated to get booster shots Ukraine's defense minister estimates that Russia has amassed more than 94,000 troops near the borders and says there's a probability of a large scale escalation in late January Ukrainian and western officials recently voiced alarm that a Russian troop build up near Ukraine could bring an invasion Moscow has denied planning to invade Ukraine and accused the west of fabricating claims to cover up its own aggressive designs Live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered.
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"Now a global news update Alec Baldwin is addressing the accidental shooting on the set of the movie rust for the first time There are incidental accidents on film sets from time to time but nothing like this This is a wonderful trillion episode Speaking to the paparazzi in Vermont Baldwin said he can not make any comments on the shooting which killed cinematographer Helena Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza He explained that due to the ongoing investigation with the Santa Fe county sheriff's department in New Mexico However when talking about hutchin's death Baldwin said she was a friend and added quote we were a very very well oiled crew shooting a film together and this horrible event happened Baldwin also confirmed he has since met with her family describing her husband as being overwhelmed with grief Vice president Kamala Harris is rolling up her sleeve for a COVID booster As we have said from the beginning the vaccines are free They are safe and they will save your life Harris received the Moderna booster Saturday in D.C. so far the CDC has approved booster shots for folks over 65 years of age those with preexisting conditions or who work at jobs with a high risk of exposure The White House confirmed Harris's job duties of frequent travel and meeting with many people made her eligible for the booster An investigation is underway after an Amtrak crash left three people dead and one seriously injured in South Carolina The North Charleston fire department says the Amtrak train slammed into a vehicle about two 30 this morning four people were found near the heavily damaged vehicle and three were pronounced dead at the scene paramedics treated the lone survivor who was taken to the hospital American Airlines is dealing with a ton of flight cancellations the Texas based airline is canceled more than 1000 flights since Friday It's blaming staffing problems and gusty winds for the disruptions on Saturday the airline canceled 460 flights or 17% of its main schedule American canceled another 285 flights for Sunday I'm Chris courage Even though tourism numbers are down tourists visiting Hawaii still spent more than a $1 billion last month However spending was more than 15% less than in September of 2019 before the pandemic hit Nearly 506,000 visitors took trips to the islands last month That's 230,000 fewer than in September of 2019 About 4.8 million people have visited Hawaii so far this year compared to 7.8 million at this .2 years ago New York attorney general letitia James is making sure more New Yorkers get money back from pandemic event cancellations Liz Warner reports James now she's now signed a deal to secure $4.4 million.
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"Is Bloomberg 11 three O Now a global news update No trespassing signs are posted outside the home of Bryan laundry's family the signs went up along the home's perimeter today as media cruise continued their stake out of the property remains found in Florida's Carlton nature reserve this week were positively identified as the 23 year olds authorities described laundry as the only person of interest in Gabby potatoes homicide Police in New Mexico say actor Alec Baldwin was told the prop gun he was using on set was safe The New York Times reports an assistant director grabbed a prop gun and yelled cold gun meaning the weapon did not have any live rounds director of photography Helena Hutchins was killed when Baldwin pulled the trigger Thursday and filmed director Joel Souza was also shot Someone in Arizona is $108 million richer a winning ticket in last night's mega millions drawing was sold in Lake Havasu City and the winner has a choice of receiving the money in 30 graduated payments over 29 years or taking a lump sum of just over 75 million bucks I'm Chris garageio I'm Barry riddles you're listening to masters and business on Bloomberg radio My special guest this week is a kinder sing Cassidy She is a tech exec and serial entrepreneur as well as the former president of StubHub Her new book choose possibility take risks and thrive even when you fail is out and is getting excellent reviews Let's talk a little bit starting with your role as president of StubHub what was that like Did you have any surprising challenges You had to deal with in that role I feel like that's the leading question Just a touch But certainly I'm happy to share So I ran StubHub from 2018 to 2020 in that time There's a lot of surprises Some I could have anticipated in some I couldn't First of all just a phenomenal and fun experience If you've ever been in a business of live experiences and giving that gift to people of why there's just really nothing like it And I'm also happy to be a big sports entertainment fan So that doesn't hurt But when I think about the things that we're surprises number one StubHub if you know the history was bought by eBay over ten years ago And so it was an eBay subsidiary And I could have anticipated that eBay would continue to face shareholder pressure because it wasn't growing at the same rate as Amazon and its margins were declining And in fact that shareholder pressure came to pass and activist Elliot two activists joined the board Starboard and Elliott in 2020 No no in 19 my goodness In January of 2019 and put pressure on the CEO the then CEO to sells that hub as opposed to hold it So midway I was only a year into my tenure when an activist joined eBay board and quickly became apparent that we were going to end up selling the company and I was going to be leading a sale process which is not necessarily what I personally wanted But so that I could have anticipated in a sense that eBay had an activist once before And certainly when I took the StubHub job it did occur to me that that would be one potential risk that eBay itself my parents company with face pressure I expected more earnings pressure pressure to deliver our numbers every quarter There was an outside possibility of an activist The fact came in the past and that led to the sale of the company to step up sales The honest the other unexpected event was COVID And ironically StubHub sold for a record stop $4 billion We led a process that led to a successful transaction that closed on February 13th 2020 And I thought as much as I was personally disappointed you know I recognize it was a very successful business outcome And I was going to go have to find a new job because very rarely does the acquired company get to have a CEO around the combined company And I certainly was not getting that job The original founders StubHub bought back the company and he wanted to run the combined company There's a thing with you and founders coming back to run companies That's the keep in mind I've also been a founder three times right So I do understand that founder CEO dynamic and as I said I mean founders have an affinity for their companies that is really hard to I don't know It's just hard to put any price tag or any Sure Let's jump to our favorite questions that we ask all of our guests starting with Tell us what you've been streaming these days give us your favorite Netflix or Amazon prime or podcast whatever's keeping you entertained during the pandemic Sure Well I probably have three that are at the top of my list these days First of all Ted Lasso I know that my family loves so good Such a feel good funny funny show So well done Season two not so good a season one but I will just say we're still Ted Lasso diehards On Amazon a girlfriend of mine recommended mcmafia which is actually a pretty interesting for those of you who like I would say finance or financial services and the mob It's a fictional series on a British Russian financier who gets involved with the wrong folks That's a really niche one and an interesting one It's been a great series to watch Succession I'm waiting for season two and we've all watched the session And then I would say on the podcast side right now actually I am looking to do separate podcasts about Elizabeth Holmes trial once to drop out from ABC and the other one is a bad blood from John kiryu who as you know the original kind of journalist on this story So I like listening to smart people It is just keeping your breath done On the trail Really interesting stuff Tell us about some of your mentors who helped shape your career Well first of all my dad I always talked about the fact that he was a doctor but he was also an entrepreneur And he really loved looking for himself And I think he made the idea of entrepreneurship so accessible for me Remember he's also the guy who told me to take that trade trip down to New York that led to the job of Merrill Lynch Like if there was ever a champion of possibilities even small ones all the time it was my father So he is my preeminent mentor for sure And then I think the other group I'd point to is you know I've been lucky to have a lot of great people I worked for They often are my best mentors because they know me well And I know that well All the tribe jungly we talked about those four Indian entrepreneurs who started that company that I joined I mean my God they became an angel investors in the only my next company they introduced me that opportunity one of them raw shari rom was the first investor in Google So when I made the decision to go to Google and they called me with because rob pushed both of us he pushed them to call me and me to consider it And you know when the situation went awry and polyvore the number one person I called was a guy named Becky Harry and Iraq and one of those jungly founders and the one I was closest to to continue to know me and invested in all the companies I founded And I just said what do I do here And he was the one who could have gave me the look me straight in the eye or these people you tried Do they have your values advice and told me to get the hell out I really consider thank you probably the closest among that group But all four have been very instrumental in my career Let's talk a little bit about books What are some of your favorites and what are you reading right now Well one of my favorites I'm like a very kind of gee business person sometimes I don't like to read all business books but there's some I really love One of my favorites is McKinsey's gross beyond the hockey stick So if you're a leader or CEO who's always for grappling with how to get your company to grow faster and obviously it's StubHub I was trying to accelerate growth.
Alec Baldwin Kills a Cinematographer on Set
"We got to talk about Alec Baldwin. The tragedy of killing a cinematographer on this set of a movie called rust in New Mexico. How weird. How weird that on yesterday's Patreon. I ended the show by saying, and this was before the news had happened. I ended the show by saying, you know what? I want to do some shows next week on John Eric hexum and Brandon Lee, two actors who had killed on set with prop guns. I wish you would Patreon so you could have heard that. So eerie, I'll get those shows to you guys next week. But for now, we've got to try and figure out and make sense. What the hell happened was Baldwin? The Santa Fe sheriff's department confirmed that Thursday night, Alec Baldwin discharged the prop gun that killed the cinematographer, halyna Hutchins and injured the director Joel Souza on the set of this big western feature film on location in New Mexico. Hutchins was 42 years old. She died being transported to the hospital in Albuquerque. Sus 48 remains in a local hospital and his condition is going to be fine. It's unknown, but he ain't gonna die. And of course, they're saying mister Baldwin was questioned by investigators and released no arrests or charges have been filed. We've seen pictures of him and I'm sure you haven't been crying on cell phones bent over distraught. I'm not trying to make light of this. This is horrible. This is horrifying. I love Alec Baldwin as an actor. I hate his politics, but I love him as an