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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

08:00 min | Last month

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Twenty two to To switch to a different provider. So they're not getting their data cut out from them. Hackers this is big. Hackers stole source code to be twenty twenty one and brought in the frostbite engine from ea the salvos assets on underground forums. They apparently got about nine hundred. Gigs of data e is not the first of all of this but being that they got the source code if even twenty twenty one and some of the proprietary e as frostbite game engine. This could really be a leg up for someone went and grabbed this but it wouldn't be without risk for sure for people to gain access to that source code so how much your salad bar. But they're probably looking to sell it up to a competitor game stop. Sales rose twenty five percent as retailer chases e commerce growth says it may self by million shares. The video game tell said it had. It had tapped amazon executive mark furlong as its new ceo. It declined to for provide a forecast for the year but said sales momentum continued into the second quarter so this is good but still shares fell more than twelve percent and extended training on wednesday after the company declined providing outlook for the year and said it may sell as meant just five million shares and bring cash in las per share was forty five percent. Share diluted revenue was one point two eight billion cells games now but still big versus one point one six by expected but it had a net loss of sixty six point. Eight million dollars per share so Anyway as a may first game stop said it paid off but long long-term debt in no longer had any borrowings under its asset base revolving credit facility. This is largely because of the run up on the stock. We know the game stop. Shares are up to five hundred six percents of our this year. It's yours a swung from a fifty two week. Low of three seventy seven to fifty two week wi high for eighty three. As of wednesday's close shares were three hundred and two dollars the market values twenty one point four one billion dollars and of course a training friends. He's gotten attention of the sec. Game stop said. He received a request from the sec and may twenty six. The voluntary provide documents and information. The company said it was reviewing that request and plan to cooperate so Very very cool. But they're still they. They got challenges with this whole business. Who goes the mall anymore. Apple says its new log on tech is. at is as easiest passwords. Far more secure. It's called with pass. Keys and icloud. Keychain iphone maker joins microsoft and google advocating password. Authentication apples begin testing. Pass keys a new generation. Technologists says there is easy uses passwords but vastly more secure the set up account and a website or app using a pass key. I choose a username for the new account. They need space idea or touch. Id confirmed it's really you. Who's using device. You don't ever pick a password. Device handles generation storage of the pass. Key which i cloud key synchronizes across all your apple devices and they pushed this at ww dc and of course bad passwords are still the number one vulnerability over geek. News central couple of great articles. Want him as one. Plus apps clip taegu's and wallpapers a review of those oneplus a well known for their successful range of smart bones but what's less known as they have a small but growing collection handy android apps clipped tag host and while well paper producer soffer produced by their software development Team so we've got an article talking about those. Three particular apps thinks andrew for right anders a writers from the uk so definitely check out that article in the news central. This is a big news. And i talked a little bit on the last show and how people are doing Money laundering a variety of ways. Chinese police arrested Eleven people on crypto related money laundering. Charges this is the fifth round nationwide. Crackdown on money. Laundering activities related to telecom brought in china dubbed operation card breaking this again fifth round the most recent round targeted people that allegedly used cryptocurrency to assist money laundering activities. They said they shut down. One hundred seventy criminal organizations telecom criminals tend to use fake or stolen sim cards and compromise spanky council under the money through the traditional banking system. This has become more difficult since the chinese police tightened surveillance on commercial banks and black markets. For sim cards. First chinese police have been cracking down encrypted related money laundering crimes across twenty provinces regions including beijing. The state concert called for a tough crackdown and come from october of twenty twenty and so far they have arrested more than three hundred eleven thousand people and eliminated fifteen thousand thousand criminal organizations and a bright hip different levels so Maybe they'll put a dent in some this craziness. Roadblocks are ob l. o. x. I don't even. I guess it's a gaming company has been hit with a two hundred million dollar lawsuit for legend music. Copyright infringement the national music publisher association has filed a two hundred million lawsuit for allowing the illegal use songs in streams the organization said is also launched a major ramp-up of its takedown campaign against twitch for the amazon platform spillage to license music and a keynote speech. Npa president david israelite said rolex with forty two million daily active users is taken virtually no action to prevent cop brain bridgman. The the group added it songs by ariana grande. Imagine dragons dead mouth five. Ed sherman and the rolling stones are all being utilized without compensating. The writers and copyright holders lawsuit was filed on behalf of publishers including big machine records. Hypnosis and joel zimmerman dead mouse five so Here we go again. Get out the checkbook time. Sony is Working on a drone handle full frame mirrorless cameras and it's called the air speak. S one drone. It'd be for alpha cameras. It's gonna cost about ten grand now. This was the same drone that was revealed at a virtual. Cbs presentation earlier this year. The company says the world's smallest drone they can use its full frame mirrorless interchangeable lens alpha to shoot high definition. Footage is compatible with the alpha seven alpha. Seven are an alpha nine affects three and even alpha one. Sony's new eight fifty megapixel flagship camera. so says interesting so bizarre it oh this drone ten grand so not cheap in the elitist late in the least all right so let me go out here. And that's funny. I get reviews. Review requests sometimes or certain stuff is kind of funny the review requests. I get For certain gear. Let me go over here and see if we've got any comments that have come in since.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

08:00 min | Last month

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Twenty two to To switch to a different provider. So they're not getting their data cut out from them. Hackers this is big. Hackers stole source code to be twenty twenty one and brought in the frostbite. Engine from ea the trainees salvos assets on underground online forums. They apparently got about nine hundred. Gigs of data e is not the first of all of this but being that they got the source code if even twenty twenty one and some of the proprietary e as frostbite game engine. That's could really be a leg up for someone went and grabbed this but it wouldn't be without risk for sure for people to gain access to that source code so how much your salad bar. But they're probably looking to sell it up to a competitor game stop. Sales rose twenty five percent as retailer chases e commerce growth says it may self by million shares. The video game tell said it had. It had tapped amazon executive mark furlong as its new ceo. It declined to for provide a forecast for the year but said sales momentum continued into the second quarter so this is good but still shares fell more than twelve percent and extended training on wednesday after the company declined providing outlook for the year and said it may sell as meant just five million shares and bring cash in las per share was forty five percent. Share diluted revenue was one point two eight billion cells games now but still big versus one point one six billion expected but it had a net loss of sixty six point. Eight million dollars per share so Anyway as a may first game stop said it paid off but long long-term debt in no longer had any borrowings under its asset base revolving credit facility. This is largely because of the run up on the stock. We know the game stop. Shares are up one thousand five hundred sixty percents of our this year. It's yours a swung from a fifty two week. Low of three seventy seven to a fifty two week wi high for eighty three. As of wednesday's close shares were three hundred and two dollars the market values twenty one point four one billion dollars and of course a training friends. He's gotten attention of the sec. Game stop said. It received a request from the sec and may twenty six. The voluntary provide documents and information. The company said it was reviewing that request and plan to cooperate so Very very cool. But they're still they. They got challenges with this whole business. Who goes the mall anymore. Apple says its new log on tech is. at is as easiest passwords. Far more secure. It's called with pass. Keys and icloud. Keychain iphone maker joins microsoft and google advocating password. Authentication apples begin testing. Pass keys a new generation. Technologists says there is easy uses passwords but vastly more secure the set up account and a website or app using a pass key. I choose a username for the new account. They need space idea or touch. Id confirmed it's really you. Who's using device. You don't ever pick a password. Device handles generation storage of the pass key. Which i cloud keychain synchronizes across all your apple devices and they pushed this at ww dc and of course bad passwords are still the number one vulnerability over geek. News central couple of great articles. Want him as one. Plus apps clip taegu's and wallpapers a review of those oneplus a well known for their successful range of smart bones but what's less known as they have a small but growing collection handy android apps clipped tag host and while well paper producer soffer produced by their software development Team so we've got an article talking about those. Three particular apps thinks andrew for right anders a writers from the uk so definitely check out that article in the news central. This is a big news. And i talked a little bit on the last show and how people are doing Money laundering variety of ways. Chinese police arrested Eleven people on crypto related money laundering. Charges this is the fifth round nationwide. Crackdown on money. Laundering activities related to telecom brought in china dubbed operation card breaking this again fifth round the most recent round targeted people that allegedly used cryptocurrency to assist money laundering activities. They said they shut down. One hundred seventy criminal organizations telecom criminals tend to use fake or stolen sim cards and compromise spanky council under the money through the traditional banking system. This has become more difficult since the chinese police tightened surveillance on commercial banks and black markets. For sim cards. First chinese police have been cracking down encrypted related money laundering crimes across twenty provinces regions including beijing. The state concept called for tough crackdown and telkom from october of twenty twenty and so far they have arrested more than three hundred eleven thousand people and eliminated fifteen thousand thousand criminal organizations and a bright hip different levels so Maybe they'll put a dent in some this craziness. Rogue locks are ob l. o. x. I don't even. I guess it's a gaming company has been hit with a two hundred million dollar lawsuit for legend music. Copyright infringement the national music publisher association has filed a two hundred million lawsuit for allowing the illegal use of songs in streams the organization said is also launched a major ramp-up of its takedown campaign against twitch for the amazon platform spillage to license music in a keynote speech. Npa president david israelite said rolex with forty two million daily active users is taken virtually no action to prevent cop brain bridgman. The the group added it songs by ariana grande. Imagine dragons dead mouth five. Ed sherman and the rolling stones are all being utilized without compensating. The writers and copyright holders lawsuit was filed on behalf of publishers including big machine records. Hypnosis and joel zimmerman dead mouse five so Here we go again. Get the checkbook time. Sony is Working on a drone handle full frame mirrorless cameras and it's called the air speak. S one drone. It'd be for alpha cameras. It's gonna cost about ten grand now. This was the same drone that was revealed at a virtual cs presentation earlier this year. The company says the world's smallest drone they can use its full frame mirrorless interchangeable lens alpha to shoot high definition. Footage is compatible with the alpha seven alpha. Seven are an alpha nine affects three and even alpha one. Sony's new eight fifty megapixel flagship camera. so says interesting so gizo. Oh this drone ten grand so not cheap in the latest late in the least all right so let me go out here. And that's funny. I i get reviews. Review requests sometimes or certain stuff is kind of funny the review requests. I get For certain gear. Let me go over here and see. We've got any comments that have come in since.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on Back To Back

Back To Back

05:26 min | 5 months ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on Back To Back

"After became twilight that i became resident at that club but this is like in the early nineties and it was a david morales remix of the thompson twins and it was one of these records at like he played it. You couldn't find it anywhere. I had a hard time finding a myself like it took about four years to actually track down this record and a friend of mine who happened to be in italy at some random record store happen to find it and bought it for me because he knows how much like the record short enough for like in two thousand and five thousand six. I was like oh well let me just do a search and sure enough in the click of a button. I find the mp three of it and it's just like all that time all those years. And i think that's where you kind of lose that appreciation a little bit for music because it's so accessible now. When there's thirty thousand song was going up a day or plus that on spotify. It's not. I think the value and literally because back. Then you're spending as much as fifteen dollars for an import vinyl where now it's all whether it's streaming for free or a dollar ninety nine download on beat quarter. Whatever i do miss those days of like and finding in that and feeling that sense of accomplishment of like. I'm the only guy that has the town i'm going to be playing it and i'm gonna play for six months before comes out or whatever i mean that to me that sounds similar to maybe some of what you do now at as an are at ultra right because that's also you're looking for a new sound that nobody's found yet or you know you're trying to work with a person that you know nobody else is gonna work with. Do you think it's that that same kind of chase that discovery Absolutely does nothing more exciting than discovering new artists and hearing that first song. And i always call it. The the the factor. Like as soon as you hear you like what the fuck is this and you have to find out what it is you want to know. And so you hunt down. Whether it's a song of the artists or whatever and i've had those moments and they're great where you just like. You just believe in something because you hear and you love it and you wanna you wanna just be a part of it and there's been so many times where like you know. They're relatively unknown are as they might have a couple of singles out. And you're just like. I really need to be a part of this and like you know. Some of the most amazing artists discovered and signs ultra has been through that author the process so like You know even as early as benny. Benassi senator action. This was like a white label. I founded the record store in the second or heard on. Like what is this record and sure enough. I managed hunted down and the other Am and all that found out who produced the record and automatically to sign him even with like dead mouse before the helmet before the big shows it was You know joel zimmerman. With his he started dead mouse monica and he was doing these records with his partner his production partner and they'll call yes. Od him during music conference in miami and he handed me three cds. And he's like yeah. Here's some of my music and sure enough. On those three cds it became like the anthems of dead mouse for the next two years Like faxing all these incredible records that were just like it. Just i love being apart even zero like the first time i heard the first year or record on mike who is this guy tracked down signed him and you know we've had a great run with him out. Continue to. it's i think that's the most exciting part of being. Anr off is finding a discovering new talent and helping them grow and and just watching them kind of the bloom you know. Yeah yeah absolutely and in a second. I wanna talk about how you got into that kind of work. But while we're on this topic you know. How do you find artists these days. You know what what are your discovery methods. And maybe how they changed over the years. 'cause i'm sure sort of finding new sounds and new people to work within twenty twenty one is a little different than say two thousand and one sure sure. Well i mean it's still it's still listening is still a connecting with people talking to people data plays a big part in an are now. Because you know. I always joke about how. There's a lot of data analyst south there disguised zane ours because they're looking at the numbers and they're seeing what's trending and we use those tools and as every in our should because you wanna know what's working what's not in your business but ultimately just comes down to hearing it because you know when you have music on spotify or on or and they're charting. Everyone's seeing that same information but if you dig a little deeper and you help create those records that's where it gets super excited because no one can own has a formula for that. Sure you can get. This was producer with this writer and this artist but putting the records together. I think a lot more exciting than you know. Finding those hit records that are just buzzing that everyone's playing in the club were that's going viral on spotify charge. You know sure sure. Yeah so so say you find an artist and you really like there southbound but maybe the numbers. Don't add up maybe they. They don't have good numbers on social media. They don't have a lot of engagement. What what is the balanced. I mean first of all do you ever. You know just sort of throw the data way and just say no. This music is too good. I believe in it. You know what is the balance that you strike.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

05:52 min | 11 months ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Jared. Gillian. Show If you want to call to talk about your money, please call 844305 78 100 Ft for 4305 78 100. This is Jared Alien Show. No master. There's ads for Master class all over the place. And I think these things are great. You know, I do pretty slick marketing for sure. I actually bought one of the master class things. I bought one of music production from dead mouse. And It was okay it was it was. I mean, it was okay. I learned I learned a few basic points. About producing music mean Dead Mouse has a bad attitude, and he's like he's really surly throughout this whole thing, And a lot of the masterclass is just a camera over his shoulder while he screwed around on a bilton. And you know, dead mouse is really fast on a bilton, and you can't really figure out what he's doing so that that part wasn't that helpful? But the part of that master class that stuck with me is dead Mouse and by the way, Dead mouse, By the way, if you don't know, is a progressive house producer from Toronto. His real name is Joel Zimmerman. He's the guy that goes on stage for the mouse head on. He's actually he's kind of passe like he's. He was very popular about 10 years ago and He's I don't I don't know what he's up to now. But the thing that he said that was that stuck with me. Was that you? It's It's really easy to produce a song because a song is on ly 16 bars, right you really on ly producing 16 bars. And then the rest of it is just arrangement. And that was like a breakthrough for me. So you know, when I produced my first track with my friend Mike It was, you know, that's what we did. We produced a song that was 16 bars. And then we spent a lot of time in the arrangement we put in effects and stuff like that. And you know, then we had a song, so that was really helpful. That was really like the one thing that it took away from it, and it was 75 bucks, but it was actually worth it. You know if I took away that one piece of information for 75 bucks, I think that was money well spent. They also have AH, production class with Armand Van Buren. Which I haven't watched yet. They have a poker won have to poker once they have won with Daniel Negreanu. Who is I mean, it's just a poker genius, and they have won with Phil Ivey and I haven't seen knows my friend Mike actually watched the digging in the ground You won and he actually got pretty good at poker. I've played him in poker's since then. And he's pretty good. I'm pretty impressed. There's an economics one with Paul Krugman. You know that the choice of Paul Krugman I mean, I understand his like as Faras economist goes, He's probably the biggest celebrity, but he is a cane Zeon. And there's political overtones, so and he's also wrong about a lot of stuff, so I'm not sure about that choice. They had politics with Karl Rove. No. Karl Rove, for whatever you think of him is, you know was a political genius during when he worked for Bush. So All interesting stuff. I've always wondered if I would ever have my own master class. I'm definitely not the best investor in the world. It wouldn't be investing would probably be in farting. I think I could have a masterclass in farting. I'm really good at that something I'm truly an expert in But for if they had one for investing, you would have to get Stan Druckenmiller. He's the best he's in Cooperstown. And the problem is, is that It would be way too much information. I mean, it's it's really tough. It takes somebody really special to take very complex concepts and break them down into terms that people can understand. And it's good to be informed, but not that informed. So you have a job. You have a 9 to 5 job. You don't need to be an expert on investing. Now, a lot of people say you don't know anything to invest. You don't need to know anything to advanced. You just Ah by index funds and watch him go up, you know And some people know just enough to be dangerous. You should take the time. So learn the basics like what is a stock? What is a bond? How do these things work? How do you build a portfolio? Super simple stuff. And you don't need to get inem MBA. You don't need to get an MSF E. That's a masters in financial engineering. The goal is that you know somebody will do this for you. The goal is to hire someone to look after your money because doing yourself is very hard and it's very stressful. And the goal is to eliminate financial stress. The conventional wisdom is that you're supposed to do yourself. I mean, you probably saw that John Bogle died last year. He was the founder of Vanguard a lot to say on that, but maybe another time. He would say that you should do it yourself. In the beginning. You're goingto have to do it yourself, but eventually you're going to need help. And we could talk about getting help it some point in the future. If you don't know what to do. It's really easy. Do you have a bank account? Do you have a bank account? Yes. Put money in the bank account. This is a mistake that lots of people make they get 100 bucks. And they're already worried about investing. What stock do I buy? I have 800 bucks. What stock should I buy?.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Fundamentally change the way we read and we interact with our world so it's kind of comforting right now to reflect on and revisit the musicians whose songs have been the summer soundtrack for so many people for so long the comedian Joel Zimmerman is one of those artists you might know him better as dead mouse is a DJ and EDM producer electronic dance music you're hearing one of his big hits right now it's called ghosts and stuff and he was right in the middle of a tower when the pandemic hit so it's a good moment to check up on him see I was doing a kind of a dead mouse in Campbellsville Ontario I started by asking him what it's been like isolating at home honestly I feel like I'm working harder from from home you know not this have never worked from home before I didn't know the social distancing champion two thousand and four you know it's like wow this is so strange and different well you'll have to stay inside his house all day on the computer lab and get home all day on the computer field or is it a changing any of the music I make it because you're right I mean yeah he's you said you in the social distancing champions two thousand for mere mostly music is made on your own in sort of social distancing environment is is a change in the way you're making music are you still making music during this at all yeah for sure I'm I'm working towards like a non album release side would say tentatively October November somewhere in their home yeah but I think it's also working on the music I've been collaborating with a lot of you know artists most recently Neptune's on that pomegranate track but a few other ones say in the pot to that we haven't quite you know released out into the wilds so I'm just kind of like a hoarding all this stuff we have that checked the Neptunes take a listen this I know we only one that's been a pomegranate a new single from my guest at mass featuring the vocal production contributions of Fred Williams and Chad Hugo the Neptunes social what made you want to work with an account on that song I I I think it was just one of those Sir but that did the best moments where you know I kind of had this piece of music laying around and we we we caught up I I'm not sure how the connection was made again that because I I did meet up with for all a long time ago in Toronto at soho house actually but it was at one of his events for some clothing thing I miss some of the newer met so house and I was like Hey I do a thing called coffee run you want to get a car and get a copy is like Asher menus of a really cool dude and just kind of kept him on the on the burner until I had something in in that I thought would be you know what this alley and then when it came around to getting something done it was just like oh yeah for a let's get him like are you able to watch what he does are talking about we he doesn't go over well I you know I I learn something new you know I I I tend to stay in my lane and and I think he does too you know you don't want to over step on a collaboration that the whole thing kind of collaboration to me is you know taking a and B. and then you know putting them together but not necessarily you know blinding them thrown in a big blunder I guess would be a weird way to put it but it's like you know he he he he he put cheese ground beef you know a little bit sour cream and on a on a taco shell you need it you know you don't take all that stuff and throw in a blender put on stone and drink it yeah I think you know that is the all time greatest knowledge I've anyway thanks for coming ominous to talk to you take care yeah he's like okay if he's one of these guys no no but I I got a bunch you find interesting about this thing is that you guys met up in person like I was under the impression that a lot of this collaboration would be done online right yeah a lot of it kind of was but I still preferred the human connection just I yeah I love it I love it all right way when working with other artists it's a great surprise by that no no no because this is on a different level this isn't like some social I didn't is small talk stuff it's not schmoozing it's not you know it's it's it's it's work you know so I can I can get in and participate with people when it comes to getting things done yeah yeah I should be clear and maybe the reason I assume that is because I mean I've watched your videos like I've watched your streams I've watched you make things on the internet by yourself in a room and kind of like being sort of enraptured by how you get from the beginning to the end of something like maybe maybe that's why I thought okay well that's why I assume everything to kind of commit over email or drop box or whatever no no it's it's it's it's it's a really an experience too when working with collaborators for example the where's the drop which was actually a symphony that Mian Gregory Robert composed was played by the imac orchestra in the the studio one is that eggs in a big city anyway the the more of the story is is being able to sit down and be in the room and and hear those players all like there was seven the string players you know it was a full orchestra you know I'm sitting there in the middle of it listening to it you know I'm experiencing that first hand is is it's a mind melting you know it's like then then that's about it would have been less impactful for them to do that and then just send me the pro tools sessions so I could listen to it on my speakers so in the same way it's like you know watching for well you know get up there and and just do its thing right in front of me you know like in the in the sound booth and non this hadn't seen where he's at mentally with the track was it was it was reporting my nephew during the pandemic took one year master classes oh that's cool yeah he really loved it how do you how do you find teaching you know what I'm I I I think I feel like I'm a bad teacher but I I don't at the same time because I I don't really tend to sugar coat much what do you mean yeah well like I I don't know I I've I've watched a few other these master classes and stuff like that and I'm not going to throw anyone under the bus or anything like that I tend to think that okay I think sometimes this guy might be handing it a bit you know and giving them the you can do it man man and well know you kind of can't you gotta work at it and it takes you ten years to conduct ten thousand hours to master a thing you know so it's not like it's not it's not gold gold medals for everyone you know yeah this is my kind of that's kind of the advice that I actually need you know I think some of the best advice I ever got my life is Hey this is going to be over a lot of work you better make sure you like doing it yeah yeah be prepared to.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I will be back this is the day his all of our number two sharper's rural so glad you could join us on a Tuesday you know we always had interesting guests on the show it's gonna be fun and every week we are joined by the minister himself stretch Sanders who is an advocate has helped a lot of people in Las Vegas stretch we appreciate you being here how are you I'm doing well you guys doing fantastic so we are going to get to you in a second here we also have another special guest on the line we're gonna get to the homeless stuff the homeless ordinance and everything around it there are actually people in Las Vegas that that work for us there saying don't help the homeless we'll get to that we'll get to the bottom of the hour but they're joining us on the line right now we had him on a few weeks ago and the reason why Trayvon Martin George Zimmerman in that case is in the news is because it was announced several weeks ago that George Zimmerman is gonna be suing members of the Trayvon Martin family and others a hundred million dollars and my first reaction to that was this is ridiculous this guy's a scumbag how can you do it but then I watched this film called the Trayvon hoax this guy on the line with us Joe Gilbert is a filmmaker I did watch the movie and it did change my mind a little bit on it and Joel is joining us on the line right now Joe thanks for being here how are you great to be back thank you yeah so a couple questions and then I want you guys to have a good lively discussion but up I did enjoy your film I watched it twice are there are a few questions I have about the bill now obviously it paints the picture of Trayvon Martin being a wanna be gang banger you drug use no question not probably not the smartest kid in the world but you know more importantly even he really didn't have that parents parenting or good parenting his father had been incarcerated before not really a very good father figure his mother kicked him out of the house before he had been kicked out of school or suspended several times for fighting this is a troubled kid there's no question about that but my stand still is the same when it comes to what happened that night between Xamarin and Trayvon I don't think someone broke the law I've been very clear on that a lot of people disagree with me but I still do not think that someone should have followed Trayvon Martin there's no question Trayvon Martin start that fight and I don't blame George Zimmerman for taking up a gun and shooting Trayvon because he was in fear of his life but can you at least give me this Joel Zimmerman should not have followed him he should a waited for police to get there can you at least give me that well let me address the two things in order you raised first of all the film really doesn't Pete a Trayvon as wanna be gang banger I really go through the last eight months of his life for really got to know him through his text messages and he was an average kid he wasn't a bad kid he was in a fog any kind of women is downhill spiral because of losing his home losing a step mother he started acting out very badly I think it is somewhat sympathetic to Trayvon and kind of how his life kinda came on don and he got a heavy marijuana use and dealing guns and I think it is somewhat sympathetic secondly Zimmerman if you as you saw in the film address that issue of him following allegedly following a trip on and what he said in the movie as you saw situation twice I asked him in the movie I said why did you get out of your car if you call the police and he said that the dispatch kept asking over over which way this person had gone so they could relate to the police so he got out of his car in his mind was only to assist the dispatcher to let me know which way they went on and I said to them on the wall when the when the dispatcher asked if you were following him why did you answer yes to the answer the this page is it are you following me so he said yes he says we don't need you to do that in the room and says okay and of course that was edited out of much of the media the word okay which is why most people in their mind still think that he was following him because NBC actually ended up firing a few people because they had edited out the word okay right so when you add on as a really why did you even bother saying you were following him even though you did say okay and then you did not he said that he actually didn't mean that he was following Amy was just meant that he was going in the direction he'd last seen never Solomon all during stand that's all and then one more thing is then he goes he tell the dispatcher to have the police officer meet him back in his car in fact the altercation happens next to the Mormons car which proves what he was saying that he wasn't if he was following me when the next to his car so that's why the police report no one has read the police report exonerated Zimmerman the police report go through all of this including the location of the altercation which backs up the moment statement so that's why that idea that he had fallen around was really and I understand Rachel Jintao I want to get to that no and I'm sure you're disturbed she was not the real person on the phone I want to get to that but I just want to add this wall that stuff might be true even if it is true if I see somebody that's suspicious and I'm in my car and I don't I and I think that person might be dangerous and then I'm one dispatcher asked me for description and even if I don't have a perfect description I am not a police officer I'm not gonna put myself in harm's way whether I have a gun or not and I'm not gonna get out of my car and fall that person no that's just my personal opinion Joe we will agree to disagree on that but let me let me agree with one thing look yeah what went wrong they remain cut a rolled down his window and excuse me but a lot of rob you do live in a horse the Trayvon could afflict them a middle finger other little things that went wrong absolutely basic conclusion is it's not because it was a racist incident well I don't think it was America's right no no I I don't I don't think it was in fact you said to you in your movie that Zimmerman was helping African Americans you know he was he was actually mentoring aftermarket I don't think your German is racist I'm I'm with you on that all right so if you just want to speak with Joel Gilbert the Trayvon hoax filmmaker you know Zimmerman suing for a hundred million dollars we have stretch Sanders and I want to ask you one more question that I want to have a conversation with the minister so you talk about racial John tell this is fascinating to me and sat at the same time that it appears as though the prosecution maybe some of Trayvon Martin's family members coerced a woman to take the stand and lied saying that that she was Trayvon Martin's girlfriend when actually it wasn't her it was somebody else that you actually interviewed in this movie so if that is the case those people need to be held accountable but with that being said my question to you is this in the documentary you're speaking to the real girlfriend of Trayvon Martin you did this hand writing test with her you know because it was a letter but here's my question to you as a filmmaker at the end of that interview why didn't you ask her questions about Trayvon Martin why don't you ask her questions about the case why don't you ask her if any Trayvon Martin's family members told her to stay away I was confused in the film I understand why you had to do the hand writing thing but why didn't you pressure on Trayvon Martin because I didn't hear any questions like that right so a lot of people are familiar with kind of a hard copy or local news kind of gotcha journalism where you approach somebody and say Hey tell me everything you did in this case six years ago now that that wasn't the type of investigation I already had all the information that I identified her so I didn't think it number one if I asked her I said Hey I'm investigating this case can you tell me everything about your role in possibly supporting perjury if she's helped put up Rachel's Intel to pretend to be her I was sure she would just deny it or run away and cry I want to freak her out the other big issue is I have not gotten in their social media accounts yet or the social media accounts of her boyfriend in other people so I thought if I revealed what I was doing I might cut off that Avenue investigation and it turned out herself for social media revealed a tremendous amount because she was writing about being pressured by the Martin family about trade one when he got shot he was tweeting all time so that's the type of investigation it wasn't like a a gotcha type of it confrontations this is been an encore presentation of the Vegas we're aware of it we laughed about it we know that.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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10:57 min | 1 year ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To sharpen your girl so glad you could join us on a Tuesday you know we always had interesting guests on the show it's gonna be fun and every week we are joined by the minister himself stretch Sanders who is an advocate has helped a lot of people in Las Vegas stretch we appreciate you being here how are you I'm doing well you guys doing fantastic so we are going to get to you in a second here we also have another special guest on the line we're gonna get to the homeless stuff the homeless ordinance and everything around it there are actually people in Las Vegas that that work for us there saying don't help the homeless we'll get to that we'll get to the bottom of the hour but they're joining us on the line right now we had him on a few weeks ago and the reason why Trayvon Martin George Zimmerman in that case is in the news is because it was announced several weeks ago that George Zimmerman is gonna be suing members of the Trayvon Martin family and others a hundred million dollars and my first reaction to that was this is ridiculous this guy's a scumbag how can you do it but then I watched this film called the Trayvon hoax this guy on the line with us Jill Gilbert is a filmmaker I did watch the movie and it did change my mind a little bit on it and shoulders joining us on the line right now Joe thanks for being here how are you great to be back thank you yeah so a couple questions and then I want you guys to have a good lively discussion but up I did enjoy your film I watched it twice are there are a few questions I have about the bill now obviously it paints the picture of Trayvon Martin being a wanna be gang banger you drug use no question not probably not the smartest kid in the world but you know more importantly even he really didn't have that parents parenting or good parenting his father had been incarcerated before not really a very good father figure his mother kicked him out of the house before he had been kicked out of school or suspended several times for fighting this is a troubled kid there's no question about that but my stand still is the same when it comes to what happened that night between Xamarin and Trayvon I don't think someone broke the law I've been very clear on that a lot of people disagree with me but I still do not think that someone should have followed Trayvon Martin there's no question Trayvon Martin start that fight and I don't blame George Zimmerman for taking up a gun and shooting Trayvon because he was in fear of his life but can you at least give me this Joel Zimmerman should not have followed him he should a waited for police to get there can you at least give me that well let me address the two things in order you raised first of all the film really doesn't Pete a Trayvon as wanna be gang banger I really go through the last eight months of his life for really got to know him through his text messages and he was an average kid he wasn't a bad kid he was in a fog any kind of women is downhill spiral because of losing his home losing a step mother he started acting out very badly I think it is somewhat sympathetic to Trayvon and kind of how his life kinda came on don and he got a heavy marijuana use and dealing guns and I think it is somewhat sympathetic secondly Zimmerman if you as you saw in the film address that issue of him following allegedly following a trip on and what he said in the movie as you saw situation twice I asked him in the movie I said why did you get out of your car if you call the police and he said that the dispatch kept asking over over which way this person had gone so they could relate to the police so he got out of his car in his mind was only to assist the dispatcher to let me know which way they went on and I said to them on the wall when the when the dispatcher asked if you were following him why did you answer yes to the answer the this page is it are you following me so he says yes he says we don't need you to do that in the room and says okay and of course that was edited out of much of the media the word okay which is why most people in their mind still think that he was following him because NBC actually ended up firing a few people because they had edited out the word okay right so when you add on as a really why did you even bother saying you were following him even though you did say okay and then you did not he said that he actually didn't mean that he was following him he was just meant that he was going in the direction he'd last seen never saman altering stand that's all and then one more thing is then he goes he tell the dispatcher to have the police officer meet him back in his car in fact the altercation happens next to the Mormons car which proves what he was saying that he wasn't if he was following me would be next to his car so that's why the police report no one is read the police report exonerated Zimmerman the police report go through all of this including the location of the altercation which backs up the moment statement so that's why that idea that he had fallen around was really this is Rachel Jintao I want to get to that no and I'm sure you're disturbed yeah she was not the real person on the phone I want to get to that but I just want to add this wall that stuff might be true even if it is true if I see somebody that's suspicious and I'm in my car and I don't I and I think that person might be dangerous and I'm one dispatcher asked me for description and even if I don't have a perfect description I am not a police officer I'm not gonna put myself in harm's way whether I have a gun or not and I'm not gonna get on my car in for that person that's just my personal opinion Joe we will agree to disagree on that but let me let me agree with one thing look yeah what went wrong they remain cut a rolled down his window and excuse me but a lot of rob you do live in a horse the Trayvon could afflict them a middle finger other little things that went wrong absolutely basic conclusion is it's not because it was a racist incident well I don't think it was America's right no no I I don't I don't think it was in fact you said to you in your movie that Zimmerman was helping African Americans you know he was he was actually mentoring after because I don't think your German is racist I'm I'm with you on that all right so if you just want to speak with Joel Gilbert the Trayvon hoax filmmaker you know Zimmerman suing for a hundred million dollars we have stretch Sanders and I want to ask you one more question that I want to have a conversation with the minister so you talk about racial John tell this is fascinating to me and sat at the same time that it appears as though the prosecution maybe some of Trayvon Martin's family members coerced a woman to take the stand and lied saying that that she was Trayvon Martin's girlfriend when actually it wasn't her it was somebody else that you actually interviewed in this movie so if that is the case those people need to be held accountable but with that being said my question to you is this in the documentary you're speaking to the real girlfriend of Trayvon Martin you did this hand writing test with her you know because it was a letter but here's my question to you as a filmmaker at the end of that interview why didn't you ask her questions about Trayvon Martin why don't you ask her questions about the case why don't you ask her if any Trayvon Martin's family members told her to stay away I was confused in the film I understand why you had to do the hand writing thing but why didn't you pressure on Trayvon Martin because I don't hear any questions like that rated so a lot of people are familiar with kind of a hard copy or local news kind of gotcha journalism where you approach somebody and say Hey tell me everything you did in this case six years ago now that that wasn't the type of investigation I already had all the information that identified her so I didn't think it number one if I asked her I said Hey I'm investigating this case can you tell me everything about your role in possibly supporting perjury if she's helped put up Rachel Jim tell to pretend to be her I was sure she would just deny it or run away and cry and want to freak her out the other big issue is I had not gotten in their social media accounts yet or the social media accounts of her boyfriend and other people so I thought if I revealed what I was doing I might cut off that Avenue investigation and it turned out her so social media revealed a tremendous amount because she was writing about being pressured by the Martin family about Trayvon when he got shot he was tweeting all time so that's the type of investigation it wasn't like a a gotcha type of it confrontations okay turn off all right I want to bring out the minister shred Sanders and now it is in the movie trolls also said that he believes that you know Barack Obama played a role in this I disagree with the way Obama handled it saying if I had a son he would look like Trayvon so that stretch I want you to have a conversation with dogs I would imagine you disagree with him you might disagree with with some of his opinions in this film what do you what do you make of some of the stuff that you'll go over to set will I commend I am for the research I think that there was some things that I did learn something they did not know but I always have to circle is back to the fact that this is indeed racial because we have been program as a nation when you see specifically particularly a black male young black male large black male with the who it that is the spacing as we know one by Williams is riding a bike on the net the name okay which the predominate black neighborhood I spoke to metro directly they told me they stopped him because he looks suspicious because who ride the bike at four AM no the real question is any black person who ride the bike a for him is the spaces that he was a white in a predominately white neighborhood his bike riding in a black neighborhood is this person walking in a white neighborhood when you're white at twelve or whatever time it was Trayvon Martin is going for all but when he's why or when you're black in a white neighborhood then this is Kristin and so I have to understand that the fact that this is racial George Zimmerman in his mind I don't care he mentor to blackmail you are people who are married to black people black children who are races racism is is is prejudice plus power yeah the thing to do with the fact that I'm I'm in tune with the black community you can still be races the races cut okay that is I think that is a very fair point that you make Joe I want you to respond to that go ahead yeah I just as nice to meet you are you doing your thing all right well look I can leave it up to everyone to watch the film and evaluate the room and his explanation which was you know they had a lot of robberies in the neighborhood they were told if you see someone hanging around which he identified privileges standing out in the rain for no reason to call the the non emergency number you can evaluate him in his background whether this was racist it's not something I can promise you one way or the other but you can look in the film everyone can judge for themselves the up there was a political agenda that not everyone knows about it in the book version I go into a little bit more in this is that on March twelfth after Zimmerman was exonerated by the police investigation which nobody has really read or knows about the a bomb in the justice department sent down the DOJ and they actually said we're going to help investigate because this might be racial and instead they actually organize protests the department of justice organized protest to demand the room is a west along with al Sharpton who was a bomb is a visor without cause so wait there there's a political agenda coming down from Washington that they want to make this case is a big deal of course after a clump of the pressure dining Eugene into talking he should want to say anything and you remember that phone call in the movie Crump has this digital recorder and he plays the couple of excerpts from this interview of this girl didn't even want to talk to me she is kind of agree with what he said yeah and then he said I'm not going to give this recording to the Sanford police department I'm only gonna give it.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

07:50 min | 1 year ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of our number to sharpen your girl so glad you could join us on a Tuesday you know we always have interesting guests on the show it's gonna be fun and every week we are joined by the minister himself stretch Sanders who is an advocate has helped a lot of people in Las Vegas stretch we appreciate you being here how are you I'm doing well you guys doing fantastic so we are going to get to you in a second here we also have another special guest on the line we're gonna get to the homeless stuff the homeless ordinance and everything around it there are actually people in Las Vegas that that work for us there saying don't help the homeless we'll get to that we'll get to the bottom of the hour but they're joining us on the line right now we had him on a few weeks ago and the reason why Trayvon Martin George Zimmerman in that case is in the news is because it was announced several weeks ago that George Zimmerman is gonna be suing members of the Trayvon Martin family and others a hundred million dollars and my first reaction to that was this is ridiculous this guy's a scumbag how can you do it but then I watch this film called the Trayvon hoax this guy on the line with us Joe Gilbert is a filmmaker I did watch the movie and it did change my mind a little bit on it and Joel is joining us on the line right now Joe thanks for being here how are you great to be back thank you yeah so a couple questions and then I want you guys to have a good lively discussion but up I did enjoy your film I watched it twice are there are a few questions I have about the billing now obviously it paints the picture of Trayvon Martin being a wanna be gang banger you drug use no question not probably not the smartest kid in the world but you know more importantly even he really didn't have that parents parenting or good parenting his father had been incarcerated before not really a very good father figure his mother kicked him out of the house before he had been kicked out of school or suspended several times for fighting this is a troubled kid there's no question about that but my stand still is the same when it comes to what happened that night between Xamarin and Trayvon I don't think someone broke the law I've been very clear on that a lot of people disagree with me but I still do not think that someone should have followed Trayvon Martin there's no question Trayvon Martin start that fight and I don't blame George Zimmerman for taking up a gun and shooting Trayvon because he was in fear of his life but can you at least give me this Joel Zimmerman should not have followed him he should a waited for police to get there can you at least give me that well let me address the two things in order you raised first of all the film really doesn't Pete a Trayvon as wanna be gang banger I really go through the last eight months of his life for really got to know him through his text messages and he was an average kid he wasn't a bad kid he was in a fog any kind of women is downhill spiral because of losing his home losing his step mother he started acting out very badly I think it is somewhat sympathetic to trade on and kind of how his life kinda came undone and he got a heavy marijuana use and dealing guns and I think it is somewhat sympathetic secondly Zimmerman if you as you saw in the film address that issue of him following allegedly following a trip on and what he said in the movie as you saw situation twice I asked him in the movie I said why did you get out of your car if you call the police and he said that the dispatch kept asking over over which way this person had gone so they could relate to the police so he got out of his car in his mind was only to assist the dispatcher to let me know which way they went I mean I said to them on the wall when the when the dispatcher asked if you were following him why did you answer yes the answer the this page is it are you following me so he said yes he says we don't need you to do that in the room and says okay and of course that was edited out of much of the media the word okay which is why most people in their mind still think that he was following him because NBC actually ended up firing a few people because they had edited out the word okay right so when you add on as it really why did you even bother saying you were following him even though you did say okay and then you did not he said that he actually didn't mean that he was following Amy was just meant that he was going in the direction he'd last seen you never saw him at all during the stand that's all and then one more thing is then he does he tell the dispatcher to have the police officer meet him back in his car in fact the altercation happens next to the Mormons car which proves what he was saying that he wasn't if he was following me would be next to his car so that's why the police report no one is read the police report exonerated the room in the police report go through all of this including the location of the altercation which backs up the moment statement so that's why that idea that he had fallen around was really and I understand Rachel Jintao I want to get to that no and I'm sure you're disturbed yeah she was not the real person on the phone I want to get to that but I just want to add this one all that stuff might be true even if it is true if I see somebody that's suspicious and I'm in my car and I don't I and I think that person might be dangerous and then I'm one dispatcher asked me for description and even if I don't have a perfect description I am not a police officer I'm not gonna put myself in harm's way whether I have a gun or not and I'm not gonna get out of my car and fall that personal that's just my personal opinion Joe we will agree to disagree on that but let me but let's let me agree with one thing look yeah what went wrong there remain cut a rolled down his window and excuse me but a lot of Robert you live in a horse the Trayvon could afflict them a middle finger other little things that went wrong absolutely basic conclusion is it's not because it was a racist incident well I don't think it was America's right no no I I don't I don't think it was in fact you said to you in your movie that Zimmerman was helping African Americans you know he was he was actually mentoring after because I don't think your German is racist I'm I'm with you on that all right so if you just want to speak with Jill Gilbert the Trayvon hoax filmmaker you know Zimmerman suing for a hundred million dollars we have stretch Sanders and I want to ask you one more question that I want to have a conversation with the minister so you talk about racial John tell this is fascinating to me and sat at the same time that it appears as though the prosecution maybe some of Trayvon Martin's family members coerced a woman to take the stand and lied saying that that she was Trayvon Martin's girlfriend when actually it wasn't her it was somebody else that you actually interviewed in this movie so if that is the case those people need to be held accountable but with that being said my question to you is this in the documentary you're speaking to the real girlfriend of Trayvon Martin you did this hand writing test with her you know because it was a letter but here's my question to you as a filmmaker at the end of that interview why didn't you ask her questions about Trayvon Martin why don't you ask her questions about the case why don't you ask her if any Trayvon Martin's family members told her to stay away I was confused in the film I understand why you had to do the hand writing thing but why didn't you pressure on Trayvon Martin because I didn't hear any questions like that red so a lot of people are familiar with kind of a hard copy or local news kind of gotcha journalism where you approach somebody and say Hey tell me everything you did in this case six years ago now that that wasn't the type of investigation I already had all the information that I identified her so I didn't think it number one if I asked her I said Hey I'm investigating this case can you tell me everything about your role in possibly supporting perjury if she's helped put up Rachel Jim tell to pretend to be her I was sure she would just deny it or run away and cry and want to freak her out the other big issue is I had not gotten in their social media accounts yet or the social media accounts of her boyfriend in other people so I thought if I revealed what I was doing I might cut off that Avenue investigation and it turned out herself for social media revealed a tremendous amount because she was writing about being pressured by the Martin family about trade one when he got shot he was tweeting all time so that's the type of investigation it wasn't like a a gotcha type of the confrontations this is been an encore presentation of the vague as we watch the suburban garden gnome Kathy Kathy without stopping it you notice that it moves like muscle tool it's an animate and we would have brain function but despite that when a garden gnome his about how I can not only save people money but also gives.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"I will be back this is the day his all of our number two sharp which beryl so glad you could join us on a Tuesday you know we always had interesting guests on the show it's gonna be fun and every week we are joined by the minister himself stretch Sanders who is an advocate has helped a lot of people in Las Vegas stretch we appreciate you being here how are you I'm doing well you guys doing fantastic so we are going to get to you in a second here we also have another special guest on the line we're gonna get to the homeless stuff the homeless ordinance and everything around it there are actually people in Las Vegas that that work for us there saying don't help the homeless we'll get to that we'll get to the bottom of the hour but they're joining us on the line right now we had him on a few weeks ago and the reason why Trayvon Martin George Zimmerman in that case is in the news is because it was announced several weeks ago that George Zimmerman is gonna be suing members of the Trayvon Martin family and others a hundred million dollars and my first reaction to that was this is ridiculous this guy's a scumbag how can you do it but then I watch this film called the Trayvon hoax this guy on the line with us Jill Gilbert is a filmmaker I did watch the movie and it did change my mind a little bit on it and shoulders joining us on the line right now Joe thanks for being here how are you great to be back thank you yeah so a couple questions and then I want you guys to have a good lively discussion but up I did enjoy your film I watched it twice are there are a few questions I have about the bill now obviously it paints the picture of Trayvon Martin being a wanna be gang banger you drug use no question not probably not the smartest kid in the world but you know more importantly even he really didn't have that parents parenting or good parenting his father had been incarcerated before not really a very good father figure his mother kicked him out of the house before he had been kicked out of school or suspended several times for fighting this is a troubled kid there's no question about that but my stand still is the same when it comes to what happened that night between Xamarin and Trayvon I don't think someone broke the law I've been very clear on that a lot of people disagree with me but I still do not think that someone should have followed Trayvon Martin there's no question Trayvon Martin start that fight and I don't blame George Zimmerman for taking up a gun and shooting Trayvon because he was in fear of his life but can you at least give me this Joel Zimmerman should not have followed him he should a waited for police to get there can you at least give me that well let me address the two things in order you raised first of all the film really doesn't Pete a Trayvon as a I want to be gang banger I really go through the last eight months of his life for really got to know him through his text messages and he was an average kid he wasn't a bad kid he was in a fog any kind of women is downhill spiral because of losing his home losing his step mother he started acting out very badly I think it is somewhat sympathetic to Trayvon and kind of how his life kinda came on Donnie got a heavy marijuana use and dealing guns and I think it is somewhat sympathetic secondly Zimmerman if you guys use on the film address that issue of him following allegedly following a trade on and what he said in the movie as you saw situation twice I asked him in the movie I said why did you get out of your car if you call the police and he said that the dispatch kept asking over over which way this person had gone so they could relate to the police so he got out of his car in his mind was only to assist the dispatcher to let me know which way they went on and I said to them on the wall when the when the dispatcher asked if you were following him why did you answer yes the answer is the this page is are you following me so he said yes he says we don't need you to do that and the woman says okay and of course that was edited out of much of the media the word okay which is why most people in their minds still think that he was following him because NBC actually ended up firing a few people because they had edited out the word okay right so when you add on as a really why did you even bother saying you were following him even though you did say okay and then you did not he said that he actually didn't mean that he was following Amy was just meant that he was going in the direction he'd last seen never saman altering stand that's all and then one more thing is then he does he tell the dispatcher to have the police officer meet him back in his car in fact the altercation happens next to the Mormons car which proves what he was saying that he wasn't if he was following me would be next to his car so that's why the police report no one has read the police report exonerated Zimmerman the police report go through all of this including the location of the altercation which backs up the moment statement so that's why that idea that he had fallen around was really this is Rachel Jintao I want to get to that no and I'm sure you're disturbed yeah she was not the real person on the phone I want to get to that but I just want to add this wall that stuff might be true even if it is true if I see somebody that's suspicious and I'm in my car and I don't I and I think that person might be dangerous and I'm one dispatcher asked me for description and even if I don't have a perfect description I am not a police officer I'm not gonna put myself in harm's way whether I have a gun or not and I'm not gonna get out of my car and fall that personal that's just my personal opinion Joe we will agree to disagree on that but let me let me agree with one thing look yeah what went wrong there remain cut a rolled down his window and excuse me but a lot of Robert you live in a course the Trayvon could afflict them the middle finger of the things that went wrong absolutely basic conclusion is it's not because it was a racist incident well I don't think it was America's right no no I I don't I don't think it was in fact the you said to you in your movie that Zimmerman was helping African Americans you know he was he was actually mentoring aftermarket I don't think your German is racist I'm I'm with you on that all right so if you just want to speak with Jill Gilbert the Trayvon hoax filmmaker you know Zimmerman suing for a hundred million dollars we have stretch Sanders and I want to ask you one more question that I want you to have a conversation with the minister so you talk about racial John tell this is fascinating to me and sat at the same time that it appears as though the prosecution maybe some of Trayvon Martin's family members coerced a woman to take the stand and lied saying that that she was Trayvon Martin's girlfriend when actually it wasn't her it was somebody else that you actually interviewed in this movie so if that is the case those people need to be held accountable but with that being said my question to you is this in the documentary you're speaking to the real girlfriend of Trayvon Martin you did this hand writing test with her you know because it was a letter but here's my question to you as a filmmaker at the end of that interview why didn't you ask her questions about Trayvon Martin why don't you ask her questions about the case why don't you ask her if any Trayvon Martin's family members told her to stay away I was confused in the film I understand why you had to do the hand writing thing but why didn't you pressure on Trayvon Martin because I don't hear any questions like that right so a lot of people are familiar with kind of a hard copy or local news kind of gotcha journalism where you approach somebody and say Hey tell me everything you did in this case six years ago now that that wasn't the type of investigation I already had all the information that identified her so I didn't think it number one if I asked her I said Hey I'm investigating this case can you tell me everything about your role in possibly some morning perjury if she's helped put up Rachel's Intel to pretend to be her I was sure she would just deny it or run away and cry and want to freak her out of the other big issue is I have not gotten in their social media accounts yet or the social media accounts of her boyfriend in other people so I thought if I revealed what I was doing I might cut off that Avenue investigation and it turned out her so social media revealed a tremendous amount because she was writing about being pressured by the Martin family about Trayvon when he got shot he was tweeting all time so that's the type of investigation it wasn't like a a gotcha type of the confrontations okay Sir enough all right I wanna bring out the minister shred Sanders and now it is in the movie dole's also said that he believes that you know Barack Obama played a role in this I disagree with the way Obama handled it saying if I had a son he would look like Trayvon so stretch I want you to have a conversation with dogs I would imagine you disagree with him you might disagree with with some of his opinions in this film what do you what do you make of some of the stuff that you'll go over to set will I commend I am for the research I think that there were some things that I did learn something they did not know but I always have to circle is back to the fact that this is indeed racial because we have been program as a nation when you see specifically particularly a black male young black male large black male with the who it that is the spacing as we know one by Williams is riding a bike on bonanza name okay which is the predominant black neighborhood I spoke to metro directly they told me they stopped him because he looks suspicious because who ride the bike at four AM no the real question is any black person who ride the bike a Fauria Mrs bases and he was a white in a predominately white neighborhood his bike riding in a black neighborhood in suspension walking in a white neighborhood when you're white at twelve or whatever time it was Trayvon Martin is going for all but when he's why or when you're black in a white neighborhood businesses president so I have to understand that the fact that this is racial George Zimmerman in his mind I don't care he mentor to blackmail you are people who are married to black people black children who are races racism is is is prejudice plus power yeah the thing to do with the fact that I'm I'm in tune with the black community you can still be races the races cut okay that is I think that is a very fair point that you make Joe I want you to respond to that go ahead yeah I just as nice to meet you are you doing your thing all right well look I can leave it up to everyone to watch the film and evaluate the room and his explanation which was you know they had a lot of robberies in the neighborhood they were told if you see someone hanging around which he identified privileges standing out in the rain for no reason to call the the non emergency number you can evaluate him in his background whether this was racist it's not something I can promise you one way or the other but you can look in the film everyone can judge for themselves the up there was a political agenda that not everyone knows about it in the book version I go into a little bit more in this is that on March twelfth after Zimmerman was exonerated by the police investigation which nobody is really read or knows about the Obama justice department sent down the B. O. J. and they actually said we're gonna help investigate because this might be racial and instead they actually organize protests the department of justice organize protests to demand the room is a west along with.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

Early to Rise Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio

"Okay i'm gonna i'm gonna to put that in my head i actually might have something for you we get off who do i want to connect with that i have that is really a question i will share one that's fun that i still haven't figured out a well actually i do know what value i can offer this person because they suffer with anxiety and i have a friend who's in a car club with this person you know who this person is who do we go and see in vegas oh dude i'm told these demos yes joel zimmerman and i have friends who are in a like a high end car club with him in toronto but joel often talks about joe zimmerman just call him by his first name now he often talks about anxiety or depression and obviously i've dealt with that and i know exactly how it can help them just so that is like on a on a fun level that's the person yeah yeah 'cause i still remember the little mouse oh yeah i still have mugs like so you said these figuring and i bought like hundred of them and and i lost them for a couple years because i moved a couple times found the box with all them in there i'm very yes i am as well i actually have a pair of dead most 'pumas that i've never warned that i bought like ten years ago too so it might be worth something on ebay but they're also really rich shoots that i just can't bear to wear that is awesome do you still the dead mouse bumper sticker on the laptop i don't think so i have five am club one for sean but i don't think that that's rondon mouse i don't why don't you come up with somebody yeah basically i was thinking half my brain trying to figure out because you stumped me with that question one of the names that i came up with some reason is phil jackson that is i would love to connect them learn you know it's funny as i was gonna say koby because you lived on used to live down the street from like you just went up to me by saying ha ha not the.

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"joel zimmerman" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"joel zimmerman" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Really oh not not mildly he's just like hey that's nice kill you but you know being being fucking you know escorted around everywhere by a bunch of nut brings attention fucked up all right i like where i'm at i think i'm in my perfect zone okay couple of weirdo sharing their about yeah no it's not like you can go outside and do not being georgia all right let's take it to a quick quick commercial break guys we will be right back with joel zimmerman stay tuned we'll be right back what are you doing i'm eating honey which by the way is the name of our sponsor today and i will never turn down free honey but what's one thing i definitely would never turn down even more than that free money hunt that's what that's what honey is all about listen to this if you shop online without the best coupons you're already paying too much fortunately there's a free browser extension called honey that automatically finds the best coupons on the web so you always get the best price let me preface this by saying this stalled this browser you you install it from the google play store or whatever whatever you're using it installs immediately two seconds and what it does is it scours the web for every coupon ever created for whatever your shopping for and it plugs it in its searches and plugs it in so i'm on new balance like a grandpa looking for some new shoes because i'm looking for extra dash shoes i go in the search bar type dad get a couple that i like i go.

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