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"joey jackson" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

02:49 min | Last month

"joey jackson" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Of showers and thunderstorms returning to the Forecast tomorrow afternoon. It's media bottles. John Weatherby forecast next on Wdun Good morning to everyone. A woman from Peachtree Corners arrested because she apparently threatened a disabled hall County man and extorted money from him and his spouse. Hall County Sheriff's Office arresting 26 year old Melinda Denise Davis last week in connection with the crime that happened last November. Davis apparently threatened the elderly disabled man with revealing details of her relationship that she and the victim or having The sheriff's office would not give specific information. On the nature of that relationship. However, Davis was able to extort $7500 from the man which placed him in his spouse and financial hardship, according to investigators. A metro area man arrested for lying about war crimes He was involved in during the late 1970 s, Um you're a baby Bell Aina, A 65 year old Ethiopian man living in Snellville was arrested in charged with allegedly lying on his application about his involvement in war atrocities to become a naturalized U. S. Citizen, According to the U. S attorney's Office Bell Lina served as a civilian Integra gator at a makeshift prison in Ethiopia in the late 19. Seventies, a period known as the red terror. If convicted, that Lina could serve up to 20 years in prison and lose his U. S citizenship. I'm Liz Kennedy, two suspects heading to prison for an O Coney County murder that happened during a botched marijuana sale. The sheriff's office says 19 year old Joey Jackson was found shot to death south of Watkinsville nearly two years ago. A judged sentenced Ki mu Dunstan and Dallas McCabe to life in prison after a jury found them guilty of felony murder this week. Earlier in the year. A third man was handed a life prison sentence in the case. Wdun News Time is 804 Gainesville City School Board, giving the okay to a budget and millage rate at their meeting Monday night. Superintendent Jeremy Williams says they are fortunate to have the budget in on time this year and not delayed like last year because of Covid 19 budget is pretty simple. We have fewer students due to covid than what we anticipated, so our revenue was down. Which also meant our expenditures had to be down. Um, But even with that happening, we were fortunate enough to be able to roll back or military, Williams says. Even though there was no mandate to have a couple of public hearings on the budget, they did go ahead and schedule those nobody attending or making any comment. 10 tons of steel to be salvaged from a historic bridge that connects John's Creek and Duluth is WD went. Alison Shields tells us that bridge is being demolished. Rogers Bridge goes over the Chattahoochee River, connecting a portion of North.

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"joey jackson" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on 710 WOR

"At eight o'clock good morning on Paul the Castro police say twelve people were shot one fatally in a playground in Brownsville Brooklyn last night the gunfire erupting just before eleven o'clock during the annual old timers day and community celebration thirty eight year old man was pronounced dead at Brookdale hospital all the other victims were transported to nearby hospitals when he's Jackson among those celebrating before shots were fired it was the latter unfortunately this has to happen in our community every one was really having a great time the music was we old time is really a great event no arrests have been made to this point I Rockland county man out on bail but still faces charges after his one year old twins were found dead inside his hard core in the Bronx thirty nine year old Juan Rodriguez pleading not guilty while crying throughout his court appearance yesterday he told cops that he forgot to drop off the twins at a daycare center Rodriguez was greeted by cheers from family and supporters when he was released this is his attorney Joey Jackson I hope that resolves itself in a way that allows this family to repair emotionally that allows his family to get back on its feet Rodriguez due back in court on Thursday another NYPD officer is committed suicide bringing the total to five now in the last two months lease and the tail is more officials confirm the latest officer died Saturday afternoon at his home on Staten Island the Daily News reporting the officer was a transit cop who was recently promoted to sergeant in a statement police commissioner James o'neill said the tragic news that another member of the NYPD has been lost to suicide breaks our hearts and is a deep sorrow filled by all of New York City the incident escalates a recent crisis that because many levels of police leadership to speak out about mental health and suicide prevention Lisa Matteo W. O. R. news Baltimore leaders are speaking out about president trump's Twitter attack on a top ranking member of Congress and the district that he serves Baltimore city council president Brandon Scott says he is tired of trump's polling Wales not stand by and let you dig down on our city we will not let you stand by and let you peek down about Congress person we are about solutions we are here we are ready to work with you stop tweeting let's start working on Saturday the president targeted house oversight committee chairman Elijah com Cummings by calling his district the coat rack and rodent infested mess Cummings district including parts of Baltimore it consists mainly of after and Americans.

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"joey jackson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"When it comes to the rest of this. I don't I don't know how the parents are how much time you're gonna get in jail. But it sounds like the prosecutor really wants them to go to jail for a long time. So are the parents are trying to pretend like their, their victims that it really is this Rick singer guy, who's the one who should be going to jail for a long period of time. And the people who took the payoffs. So if you're paying off somebody. Are you the victim or are you the criminal as much as the person who took your money? So. Paul Callan former homicide prosecutor here in New York says it makes no sense to jail the Mr. banned more. Well, I think a lot of people are going to be angry about it. Because what is this thing on the white collar crime situation like this people wanna see white collar crime be treated the same way, other crime, isn't in other words go to jail, but I think the judge got this case, right? This is the sailing coach at Stanford. He didn't personally benefit from the money of wrote is hero. Took the seven hundred thousand put it back into the program, and he has a spotless prior record. So the judge is looking at him compared to who else is usually on her docket terrorists drug dealers kidnappers murderers, and then who walks into court, the Stanford sailing coach. What are we gonna do? Send him to the to the slammer. Oh, so that's all he's always tell their clients, make sure even though you're a bum. A thief, and all the other bad words, you can put on somebody. They come dry. They come into court all dressed up for the nice white shirt and tie. Nice haircut. So if you look good. As opposed to the terrorists, and all the other terrible people that this judge sees but he goes on to say that actress, Felicity Huffman should serve some time in prison. Well, she probably deserves some jail time, because she benefited from the bribe, that was that was given in this case, he put all the money back into the sailing program. My question is where Stanford in this is this place so wealthy that they get seven hundred thousand given to their sailing program, let college sailing program, then they don't even check it out. You know, hey sailing coach. How'd you raise the seven hundred thousand dollars? What's giving tours of the San Francisco Bay or something? Yeah. I agree. So apparently and I disagree with Paul Callan on the fact that the coach did not benefit he benefited he looked really good. He looked good to Stanford and he also bought a bunch of new sailboats. I don't know if gave him an edge or not. But I told you his sailing championship record is phenomenal. So did it benefit him. Absolutely had been fitted him. So my friend, Joey Jackson criminal defense lawyer says this is simply a teachable moment. This is a teachable moment for number of reasons. Number one, we know that judges king in their courtroom. Why do I say that the prosecutor recommended thirteen months, whether the judge say, no thank you, even Stanford itself provided a victim impact statement where they said, you know what you've cost us dearly. You've cost us reputational. You cost us as it relates to the federal investigation and time. Let me let me circle back to why I have appointed disagreement. Now this is this is good. And as much as it demonstrates that courts are going to evaluate each defendant, independently. We're in court every day. Arguing look my client is different from someone else. Not everyone is similarly situated, and that's a good thing. However, here's where it's a bad thing. I think that the has to be some deterrent value. I don't care that you did not benefit personally. This is something you do not do your a person who stands in, I don't want to be a moralist by any means as other people. Who can judge you? But part of factor in sentencing someone is not only punishment. But it's deterrence, you have to send a message that certain conduct is not appropriate. Certain conduct will not be tolerable, certain conduct is just unacceptable. Yeah. So that's Joey, Joe Jackson. He's a criminal defense lawyer, and he goes on to say that this particular case about the Stanford sailing coach was an outlier compared to the other college admission scandal case. So two things number one is, I think the judge was persuaded to factors. I think the first factor was certainly that he didn't benefit at all right? In terms of giving. Prosecutor recommends a thirteen month sentence. Yeah. With that is that's a slap on the wrist in the so two things. Number one is I think the judge was persuaded by two factors. I think the first factor was certainly that he didn't benefit at all right in terms of giving the money back into the program, number two, I think the judges do look at people who send letters view. You had parents, you had students, you had other people coach's family members who spoke highly of him and remember pot of sentencing, evaluate the whole individual just not an isolated instance, number two to your point about Felicity. Huffman Lori lock when look the point is often accepted responsibility. That's dig, I would not look at this particular cases, the test case for everyone else. I think it's an outlier and it was predicated upon the facts here, and this is not a broader issue. So I don't think the sends a message to anyone. I think I evaluate the person who was standing before the court. Well, the message I got out of it was crime pays, it's not going to be a big deal. Eight five five two nine five. Sixty six hundred Joe thank you for waiting. Welcome. You're on the Tom Sullivan show. Right. The call. You bet. I feel that in. No, you're caller ago talking. The boosters or whatever may go told us. No, for me. It should be the school's responsibility to when you start getting hundreds of thousands seven hundred thousand dollars from different donation. I think they should be looking into that. I think the schools should be held responsible. Other than just the coaches, I'm with you. I'm with you. Because I can imagine that the sailing program. It's stanford. I, I would bet on a good year, they may get. About fifteen hundred dollars two thousand dollars worth of, of, of booster donations. I can't imagine a lot of money coming in. So say. The money coming in. Just like it any work place. It's all the mentally. It's if our on them, you know, the school to, you know, the leaders of those. Yeah. Yeah. Three quarters three quarters of a million dollars. Most people would somewhere along the line said, wow. Where's this? Where's this coming from? Yeah. You know you're posting all these for the over air. You know this show, you know, I'll tell you yet the other part about it is. Join the program. And it just seems the bigger picture is, is shaded somebody, you're right? Something doesn't pass this test. Because if you've ever been to college, you know that you are on the permanent alumni fundraising list. And so if I was seeing this money come in, I would say, well, whoever's, donating this money, less make sure we put them on the donation, begging list, so that when we send out letters for more donations will send him to these people who are these people, and how much did they donate? That's it. I mean, almost think somebody staff or the. It's a parking to the court or something about may to how how, you know, me too. All right there with you. Joe thank you. I appreciate the call. Scratchy phone. Paul Callan saying prison sentence would be a slap on the wrist prosecutor recommends a thirteen month sentence. You know what that is? That's a slap on the wrist in the federal system. And what that means is that the judge could have told comma date, maybe given nine months ten months, twelve months, if you if you go under twelve months with time with time off good behavior, you can wind up doing six or seven months show, the prosecutor was sending a message to the judge. This is a case that you really should give a lenient. Yeah. So guy walked out one day in jail, then dollar fine. We'll be right back..

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"joey jackson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:51 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"All right. So there you have it. We were wondering how many counts ten ten counts. Four victims four women ranging from the years, I jotted down between essentially nine hundred ninety eight and its recent is twenty ten Jamila Joey Jackson, guys, let me know when Sarah signers up, but. I think it's significant and as much as a critical question is going to be the statute of limitations. And of course, the statute of limitations for a minor is twenty years after you reach the age of eighteen and so if you're in that period can go forward, it seems as though from the chargers she listed off there in that Africa, period. That's number one number two this four victims here. That's pretty compelling. Think about a trial when you have one witness testifies, the things that are very significant, and what is significant having sex with a minor, right? And then you have another witness testify, and there are multiple counts as two each they'll be describing different circumstances, different scenarios, etc. And then you have the third witness testify, and then you have another. So I think you know, again, having evaluated any evidence. She stated piece I'm not surprised. She didn't take questions. Prosecutors get into a lot of trouble when start taking questions just laid out what the accusations are. But these accusations are significant, and so that's so now, we we know ten counts of sexual abuse against mine. Honors and again, a pretty good assessment. Or a pretty good explanation of what constitutes the statute of limitations in terms of this case. And and like he just said that it was probably a good thing that they did not take any questions. We just sort of now know the facts, and we will continue to follow this four victims at least three of them are minors. And again, this happened looks like between one thousand nine hundred and two thousand ten when minors those miners were between the ages of thirteen and sixteen years old. Yeah. Awful. But you know, we're going to just turn our focus then now back to Paul Maguire Grimes, how do you like to follow that Paul? Well, let's have a happy segment. Well, we're gonna finish by talking about the Oscars, and we'll continue to keep our eye on the ark Kelly story today and next week as it unfolds, but we do have the Oscars coming up on Sunday. So this is an exciting weekend, usually for that very reason. And the last segment we talked a little bit about the telecast. And what that was kind of shaping up to be. But let's talk a little bit about some of your Oscar picks in terms of winners. Yes. Where do you want to start? Well, I feel like let's leave best picture for the last thing on the telecast as well. What is the category that you're most looking forward to how about asking that? I'm actually looking forward to best supporting actor because I think it's of the four acting categories the one where we may see a surprise win. So right now at this point we've seen Mahershala Ali win for playing Don Shirley ingrained book through like, basically. Every other award right now. Ceremony. But there's massage lately for Richard E grant for his performance, and can you ever forgive me? And he's really doing the campaign trail, if you will really, wow, he's loving just the fact that he's nominated he's tweeting photos of other celebrities. So I kind of feel like if the kademi decided to say martial you just won this award two years ago. Let's give it to someone else. That's equally deserving. I think it would be Richard E grant and there's always a surprise win of the night. And I think we could see it there. Okay. So here's what we all. Really want to know is lady Gaga gonna win best actress. No, I I don't think she'll win best actress at all good to know. I don't think she's even. Yes, she's in the running, of course, who will win Glenn Close. Okay. I think she's the she's the wife. I'm she gives a fantastic form tonight movie. And we think about the fact that she is a seven time nominee. She's beloved in the industry. It really is her time and the Oscars love doing their lifetime achievement of acting award. If you will we saw that last week Gary Oldman, we stop before Julianne Moore. I think Glenn Close she's been she's been racketed in this year. And I think she's going to get it this year. Yeah. Yeah. Well, that I mean, I don't wanna take any sort of pleasure in somebody else's misfortune. But if lady Gaga would've won it, I think there would be public outcry. I think so because I think we've seen enough of her campaigning will win best song. I am assuming show when best song for show. Well, I yeah. I mean, I can't imagine. She wouldn't. Okay. So really quick about. Can you ever is it called can you ever? Forgive me. That's streaming right now not for free, but you can rent it on demand OB Louis or DVD. It's a lovely moving Melissa McCarthy's also for best actress, which I think is so fascinating. Because it's not a comedy. Not a comedic you definitely laugh in it's because these are two extremely flawed flawed characters and what the both of those two actors do as they get you to. Understand them not necessarily like, but you understand why they make certain choices for as being miserable characters as they are. And we'd never seen Melissa in a role like this. That's why I'm intrigued by it. So I'm hoping I was hoping that I could watch it on my couch can good. All right. So best picture here. We got our remaining seconds. So we have with you who is very likely to win. According to Paul Maguire grind. I think it's going to be Rama. Oh, and I say that because green book is another front runner that movie has serious representation issues and not a lot of people. I think in the industry. Yeah. Like it enough to club. Let's just say that we've heard a lot of good about Romo and Rama everyone in the industry loves Roma. He now they get behind Fonterra around. He'll he may win best director, then I think because more people like Roma that will win. There's also the preferential voting because you do rank your choices for we could maybe even see something like black klansman kind of rise from the rankings. If everyone did.

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"joey jackson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Left hanging. My head and asking why why would anyone especially an African American man. Use the symbolism of a noose to make false accusations. Could someone look at the hatred suffering associated with as symbol and CNN opportunity to manipulate this symbol to further his own public profile, Brian it's it's because racist become a more powerful lens through which people see themselves, then the content of character. Then the then the values of our country we have now, racial and gender. Studies department's entire majors where people can just focus on that aspect of of life as opposed to a broader liberal arts education. And again, that's not to whitewash. Our pass we understand America's had a sinful pass especially on of race. But we can either move past it as Martin Luther King wants us to or we can focus on her even more which has has the unintended consequence of making it worse. You know, you just mentioned I got I got back from Israel, wonderful people. They're wonderful country, but we're dealing with phrases like Palestinian Arab and Jew and Israeli and Christian. There's a lot of identity politics there that that prevent people from finding a solution to things as opposed to America. Which is traditionally been a melting pot of values where you're an American, but you're also a Christian or you're also this or you're so that and we're starting to redefine ourselves, which is what's so terrible about. Yeah. I think so too. And lastly on this. I look at his defense initially be I gotta get as minimal as possible in jail, right because file false false police report, whatever you did in terms of paying back these resitution. For the policeman hours. And then of course, you've got the federal crime because we use the mail to riot threatening letter to yourself in order to get more attention having said that he's got two types of defense. And I thought I'd share with you. I cannot believe it. But I think we're getting indications. He's going to take the ladder. There's one that. I thought he was going to do in that is to apologize. But you have Joey Jackson who used to be with us. Now. He's at another network say this fifteen sometimes the defense this two things you can really do. The first thing is to do a mea culpa to come out to go to the people who have embraced him. So well who love him who support them and say, you know, what this just was not. So it not only works from a public relations perspective in my view. It could work for quarter of law. Right. The court likes contrition at likes remorse at likes people now own up to things, but it seems as though to this point the other defense is a scorched earth defense, and that scorched earth defense could get him in trouble who's who's he scorching than I guess he's going to look into the background of the police. Are they being biased against him? Politics, are you? It's chicago. I know that the absurdity of the politics of the police, I don't know what I mean. The only thing I guess Gergo. So gear goes is there, you know, who is he's defend the worst of the worst. Certainly he's Jesse not the worst of the worst. You could you could maybe he could say I paid them for something else. And then and then they actually did beat me up because they had a hidden adding animus against MIR. So I Don I can't conceive of they've got that evidence. What he'll do. I don't know. It's unfortunate. Lastly, here's Alan Dershowitz, say brilliant defense attorney cut eleven well, his defense is that nobody ever gets prosecuted for making false reports to wanna Brawley. Remember back that back in the day, the people who defended her and created her fraud Winfrey and went onto political and media careers. There are many many other instances of people who make false reports. And they're never prosecuted. Well, that's unfortunate too that sounded defense. Well, that's that's part of you know, you've seen that in the case a lot of people saying well, lying to congress is usually something that is not enforced and people are not thrown in jail for it. Some cases are different and sometimes the law gets enforced, and sometimes it doesn't. But I this is they should throw the book at this guy. They shouldn't be lenient especially because of the racial aspect to it. All right. So we don't think that the Muller probe. She would drop on Wednesday because the president be on route to Vietnam. But what if he dropped before Wednesday? That's the question went to explore because there is some things some reports that everyone's gone back to their old jobs. The grand jury has not been sequestered in in a couple of weeks the special prosecutor's office might be empty. Maybe they're done. So we'll see speculate what could be happening from here because it is find out speculation Pete Texas gonna stick around for one more block..

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"And he's he's talking about what has just happened to jussie small at as he gets charged. A good lawyer can get you out just about anything, right or reduce whatever it is that you're going to suffer in the court of public opinion jussie has lost. He's lost the fight in the court of public opinion. And that's where his battle is. Whether legally if he has to go, whatever he has to serve if it's daytime if he has to do probation, if he has to pay whatever, but in the court of public opinion, it matter it matters. And he's lost that because of how not his fault. Maybe people were. I don't know what they were saying to him how the maybe because of his representatives. Who knows I don't know what it was handled poorly. I don't know if it's not his fault on his fault was doing what he wants. He went out, and he gave the interview so understand this from now, let's talk from a defense perspective. There's two things to think about. Number one is the law, and whether it makes sense legally to be out there speaking and everything else from that perspective. It's damning all those things. You heard him say on TV going to be played in a courtroom for my public relations imperative people say oh get in front of the cameras express. What happened show some show some real anger? Joe some this that the other the fact is that works from populations protective. But it doesn't work in this. It doesn't work. I just wonder I wish I wish I could read Joey Jackson's mind in that moment. This is the guy. He's trying to explain to him the difference. And he says, well, it's not his fault. He lost in the court of public opinion joins accidents. We the facts now, he's dealing with people who deal with the facts when you're in a courtroom. Yeah. There's emotion, but basically, you're dealing with the cops you're dealing with the courts, you're dealing with the facts, and he was not allegedly allegedly. He made this whole thing up. He hired these guys to basically attack him and make him into a victim because he was tired of being a successful TV star. You know, who wants to be in on the left who wants to be a successful TV star. If you can be a victim. But more than that more than that..

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"So jussie smollet has been arrested and he has been charged. And remember, you know, you have to think about this. There was a moment. When Jesse small it was thinking something to himself like should. I enjoy my talent succession thank God for all my blessings or should. I hope the police and pretend to be victim and risk disgrace and prison. Well, you know, I I won't tell it now, but aren't at joke. I talk about the guy wished for an orange Ed jussie small at there. He is. So he wanted to get beat up in Chicago. Well, the superintendent of police Eddie Johnson gave him exactly what he wanted smacked him around. But good this is the first cut where he talks about with Jesse small. It was cut eleven. This announcement today recognizes that empire actor jussie smollet took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why? Why would anyone especially an African American man? Use the symbolism of noose to make false accusations. Out could someone look at the hatred and suffering associated with that symbol and CNN opportunity to manipulate that symbol to further his own public profile. Can an individual who's been embraced by the city of Chicago. Turnaround slap everyone in this city in the face by making these false claims. See the thing is if you wanna get smacked in Chicago, you wanna get smacked by a couple of brothers. You hired yourself. Not by the police because that's not a good situation. He's been charged with a felony count of disorderly conduct. But after here's the interesting thing after Johnson superintendent Johnson finished smacking Jesse around. He went after the media. And this is what he said listen to this we discovered the actual motives, quite frankly, it pissed everybody off, you know, because we have to invest valuable resources a lot of what I want. You ought to really understand is when you all put things out there. Into the universe. That's not actual facts than it causes us to have to chase. All that stuff down those are resources and time spit that we'll never get back that we could utilize for another investigation. I don't I mean, no disrespect to the superintendent. When I say explaining what a fact is to the news media is a very very difficult thing to do. They're going Afaq. Could you spell that force? You know when I was a reporter. I went said to a cop, you know, you, and I we work we we both worked for the people. And he said, no you work for a corporation. I work for the people. That's right. The police of the ones looking for fact, the news organizations work for corporations on our selling a point of view that the corporations want you to believe if you don't believe this. Let me show you an amazing amazing cut. I'm going to play this first and then comment on it afterward of the diff- of Don lemon. Now, I understand picking on Don, lemon is is, you know, picking on a guy who can think very well. But still Don lemon is reacting to this thing that he was trying to sell as, you know, a symbolic of what America's like during the tyranny of the Trump administration. And now it's been caught out and he's talking to their. To Joey Jackson their legal analyst are this is cutting eight not come to number seven number eight..

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts is take his taking the first step toward a likely White House run in twenty twenty by forming an exploratory committee, so it is a big day. All of you for Elizabeth Warren is we've all been watching. Let's take a look at how the president is responding. Elizabeth warren. We'll be the first she did very badly in proving that she who is of Indian heritage that didn't work out too. Well, I think you have more than she does. And maybe I do too and I have nothing. So you know, we'll see how she does. I wish you well. I hope she does. Well, I'd love to run against her. She says she's in the fight all the way, Mr President. Did you do you really think she believes she can win? Well that I don't know you'd have to ask her psychiatrist. I want to see what you all have to say about this starting with you Joey Jackson. What's your reaction? My reaction is is that the president never ceases insults his attacks. Most unfortunate it's time to raise the tenor right in this country, and may two thousand nineteen be that way. Elizabeth Warren, certainly is a viable force. She has a voice in the party. There are other people who are in the party as well. We have what has been called an embarrassment of riches and so- best of luck to her. But I don't think she should continue to be demeaned by this president who continually demeans her name calls her and everyone else, it's just most unfortunate seeing I wonder as someone who observes international relations when you see President Trump questioning really her authenticity. Whether she has native American heritage even still as she has proven that she does with the DNA tests. It seems like this is it's a trick. We've seen before in some foreign elections questioning the authenticity questioning of people say who if they are who they say, they are what do you think? I don't think President Trump is really in a position to be questioning anybody pretending to be something that they're not or the qualifications for office at this point, the macro point here is that he'll go low and all the rest of us hopefully will continue to go. Hi, Senator Warren, and whomever else says our hat in the ring will hopefully run as part of an election that we'd hope to see in another country where candidate's debate each other on their policy views rather than attacking them in bullying them from the podium and from the campaign trail itself, but his using fill a racial slur. When he calls her Pocahontas. You know, he's using that pejoratively is something that took hold. I mean, she had to address this. So it's something that's that's working. He may be going low on this. But she has to respond. She's had to respond to it..

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"There could be some far reaching national security and. No kidding. I mean, potentially very significant humanitarian crises here. I mean the aid that we give those three countries we call them, the northern triangle. It's represents point one percent of all the foreign aid that we give globally something like last year five hundred and fifty five million dollars. It's not a lot of money. But it goes precisely to the kinds of conditions of mealy rating the conditions that caused the migration crisis security poverty. Energy agriculture. Good governance. I mean, I think you could actually make a case that we should increase that money not decrease it because if you just pulled away you're simply going to exacerbate all the conditions that are forcing these people to flee and Joey Jackson cures to Nielsen the homeland security secretary. She went down to the border today to see the medical conditions at some of these facilities where the second child died in American custody. I'm just wondering what the legal implications are for this administration. If you have children that they're not equipped to handle and deal with and care for when they come into the custody in the United States and the. President seems to want to put some of these kids detained many of these children rather than release them into the community with with trusted relatives or other other people. What is the legal exposure for this administration when it comes to this sort of thing, you know, Jim, it's a great question. And the unfortunate answer is I don't know that they care. It's this administration is about putting politics above people. Let's address I says it relates to the government shutdown. There are people in Washington that don't have mar-a-lago resonances to go to that don't have retreats around the country to go to their depending upon the paycheck. But the president doesn't want to do it hiding behind border security Bill the wall while people are in peril so to as you relate to the immigration policy itself. And you look at children and you look at ripping kids away from their mothers. And you look at ripping children and children dying. The fact of the matter is it's about politics, the legal implications. Slow in coming why? Because it's about a court action. It's about taking the president coordin- while you do that in that slow pace. You have people who are affected. I think at the end of the day. You know, let's give George Bush's props in death. Right. And and give him the credit. He's doing I remember doing that inauguration in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine he said, something very compelling, Jim. And that was you may not have voted for me. But I wanna be your president to twenty years later in two thousand and eight Barack Obama the same thing I want to be your president to it's about the president base. And so yeah, you can look at the issues of going to court, but it's a slow way to move people are really suffering, and we'll stay by everybody and talk more about all of this on the other side of the break wall. So get to the Muller investigation, and what the Russians may be up to that. There are some interesting evidence in that case that we haven't talked about in full. Let's talk about that in just a few moments. We'll be right back..

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Roger stone just said he's expected to be indicted by the special counsel Robert Muller's team this week. Let's get some insight from our political and legal specialists, and Gloria potentially this could be very significant very significant because as Evan was saying before this goes to the question of collusion. And you know, we've heard the president for months say nobody in my campaign conspire to defraud the government or or conspired to fix the election. And you know, the whole question about Roger stone and his associates is whether in fact they were in touch with WikiLeaks. And whether in fact, WikiLeaks was coordinating in any way with anybody affiliated with the Trump campaign. So I think this is sort of the beginning of starting to kind of peel the onion on that on that story, and we'll have to see where it goes. But clearly if he expects to be indicted, somebody's told them it looks like things are moving quickly. Now that the midterms are over. Well, I think for anybody that's been following the story. No doubt. There was a pause in that DOJ rule a guideline that exists that Muller seem to follow up pausing there from public activity, but the private work never stops about that entire time that they were doing in their offices by think for anyone that has been tracking this story for nearly two years now wolf you as glory was just laying out you can start to see some of the dots that perhaps can be connected now. We'll await a report to see if they're connected, but there aren't that many dots here, right? I mean, if you can if Roger stone was indeed in touch with WikiLeaks. Wikileaks was indeed coordinating information releasing with the Russians. That's that's not like some crazy chart. You have to follow that. That is a pretty connected line. There of dots. You know, Joey Jackson, your legal expert, very often these prosecutors, they indict mid level or even senior people hoping that they will eventually cooperate and go after even bigger fish. Yeah. There's no. Question about that. And let's keep something in mind as well. Right. Of course, there has been this pause by the special counsel as it relates to the election and not wanting to interfere with it that does not mean at any stretch of the imagination that they have not been working diligently regularly in order to a bring this to a conclusion, but be gather and get information on what's important. What's not as it relates the Coursey? We don't know if he will be indicted. He believes he will be I believe a number of indictments will come down and then pending. I really believe that. But at the end of the day, I think it will depend upon what he had to say why would the special counsel being died at him. Would it be because he gave information that was not proper that was in fact misleading. You know, what does he know? When did he know it what information did he provide about Roger stone who they've been looking at very closely? And so I think it's going to be telling in the days to come. I think we'll know specifically who's being indicted, and I also think wolf from show we'll talk about this moving forward. But the fact that Michael Cohen was there tha. Day wasn't any coincidence. Either particularly with courts being closed, especially with his own coming to Washington, not with his family and some friends, but with his criminal attorney taking the the Acela from New York to Washington and then heading back. Let's talk a little bit about how unusual be for someone to say, I expect to be indicted this week and not be indicted. He would not be unusual in that. We don't know. In fact, what the special counsel is doing. But I would assume that, you know, particularly if you're connected with lawyers and other people if you weren't involved in the investigation and subpoenaed to appear that he has some insights into what's going on there..

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"joey jackson" Discussed on Barstool Pick Em

Barstool Pick Em

03:15 min | 3 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on Barstool Pick Em

"Probably. Yes, yes. So I mean, if you're gonna do that, it's fair. Absolutely. And that's the thing I don't even know about the when they mocked. Right. So right. You don't know that's not your bag. You don't know a lot of things, right? That's Florida. Fans screaming obscenities at the LSU banned for playing. It was to Florida fans. So we else, you know, that's the video is these two. It's obviously then made its way around thought. We went to Texas, Oklahoma, we did okay. Texas plus eight over under sixty one. I feel like Texas always plays this game tight. They actually have a good team this year. Do I almost could question I can't understand that was an impressive winning. It's good that they know Kansas state was a classic memory talked about the spot is the spot the spot spot, the spot roll. Two times before, yeah, but Texas was coming off US win against TCU on in a look ahead. I bet about this at Kansas state and the state Moneyline. They fell by nine hundred nothing and they almost won the game, right, right. So I don't blame Texas for that game because of the spa. Okay, they're over under sixty one. I don't understand. Maybe this is because I'm stupid. But when you call a game, the Red River shootout and the over under sixty one, you have to take the over my recollection of this and it could be wrong. I haven't looked it up is when you think the game's gonna be close, Oklahoma kills them. And what do you think Oklahoma's that's it ends up being close. Texas has covered the last. Mardian. You're okay, five in a row. You look flush. Five hundred five hundred spread. Okay, right. Last year was nine. They lost by five year. Before was thirteen coverted they lost by five, Texas covered five in a row sixteen and a half. They were catching. They want outright by a touchdown and then they were catching sixteen and a half in two thousand fourteen laws by five and two thousand thirteen. We're catching thirteen and a half loss by twelve so that I, I wish it didn't know that because I like Texas, but it sounds like do to lose. I just don't think Oklahoma's very good. I only Texas very good either. His tough game, man. Yeah, it's tough gayness. Taking the over. Do you take the over? Yup. I liked that over. Why don't you think all homes? Good. Well, they haven't looked to quarterback well, they put it on Baylor pillars, horribly up thirty points. Yes. Why like the over on the Texas, I'll go Texas Rico. I mean, you can't ignore the Texas has been covering forever, but that means that do not to cover. Yeah, right. I mean, I've, I'm impressed with this kid Murray. I was wondered if he was kind of phone it in after a while once he had baseball. I mean, they got skilled positions in the guy MacLean, McLean Jodhpur ISO there. I like Oklahoma, I would lean the. Get the extra score at the end. I like Oklahoma. All right. The last game that we have on our sleet. Notre Dame Virginia Tech over owners. Fifty six and a half, Virginia Tech's plus six is Regina text quarterback playing or not. He's out zero for the year. She's out indefinitely. Joey Jackson, I'm coughing, yeah..

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"The group rise and resist but an organizer for the group tells cnn their protests against the president's immigration policies did not include anyone climbing the statue also breaking at this hour britain's top counterterrorism official has just said that two people found unconscious were exposed to the same nerve agent used in an attack on a former russian spy in march and also on this july fourth very busy july fourth michael cohen appears to be declaring his own independence we couldn't resist that from president trump cohen changed his twitter profile today dropping the description of himself as the personal attorney to president donald j trump was bringing our analysts to talk about that joey jackson i'll go first to you i suppose that might just be a factual change on his twitter bio that maybe he is no longer the personal attorney to the president trump so you know just just changing it to reflect the facts as they stand now nothing were right well certainly it's a factual change and a technical change but certainly it could be and probably is a lot more than that you know the unfortunate reality is that often times or sometimes in marriage is divorce and so you know if ever there was a time to question the relationship between him and the president now would be such a time and what this indicates to me jim is that there's no emissary or someone else from the white house or one of president trump's friends giving him guidance giving him direction giving him that warm fuzzy feeling that everything is going to be okay and at the end of the day we have to understand that fbi investigations particularly this one are real the consequences could be enormous and when you have a family and a daughter and a son as he mentioned i have to look out for them first so what's it going to be mr president are you with me or are you without me but having twisting in the wind is certainly not a good look i'm not going to stanford i'm gonna go on abc and i'm going to voice my grievances and then i'm gonna go on my twitter account and i have something to say about it there although a little bit modestly the fact is is that i think it's a.

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Tonight the white house insists president trump's new attorney rudy giuliani is adding value to his legal team despite the former new york mayor's string of controversial comments and revelations let's bring in our political and legal analyst joey jackson rudy giuliani says the president of may actually plead the fifth to avoid an interview with a special counsel robert muller or he could simply avoid the whole thing by knowing a subpoena how would either of those scenarios play out has so let's talk about the grand jury subpoenas issue i i don't think that this any legal basis by which he could avoid the grand jury subpoena the premise is that the president right it's not above the law and so therefore the grand jury can issue the subpoena he'd have to respond to it now to be clear he certainly can fight it bill clinton initially fought it back in august of nineteen ninety eight twenty years ago and ultimately they reached some resolution we know that bill clinton was allowed to testify via closed circuit tv they were turnings present usually attorneys are not permitted in the grand jury and interestingly enough wolf this would prolong the investigation because that's what litigation does so i don't think it's in the administration's interest to fight a subpoena and now you get to the next question as to whether or not he could plead the fifth that's his right to starting again with the premise that the president is not above the law he's not beneath the law either and as a result of that if he wants to go before the grand jury and say i plead the fifth on the grounds that might incriminate me he can do that interestingly enough though it sets him up with all the things he's been saying about only guilty people plead the fifth and that's for the mob people to do and so it somewhat problematic from a political point of view that he would do that but from the legal point of view he certainly could point because the president has repeatedly said despite what legal scholars say plead the fifth is not an admission of guilt unless you believe the president has said over the years listen to this.

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Stormy daniels territory and ends up telling a story that actually contradicts what the president has said so the team is infuriated and they say we look stupid and they say it looks like we're calling one play at a time because they are because they are susan hennessy when you look at this it seems like perhaps this was rudy giuliani's objective but it certainly was not the objective of the team at large do you think this was something that giuliani consider the ramifications of or as maybe happy with the outcome of or probably should not be i think we have to consider the amazingly complex legal landscape that trump is facing right there's the stormy daniels litigation the muller investigation congressional inquiries the new dnc lawsuit a mullion litigations right this is hugely complex stuff and you really need your wares to be well coordinated we've actually seen rudy giuliani's comments come back to trump legally in the past a year ago in may twenty seventeen where did juliani went on tv and said the president told me that he wanted a muslim ban and so i told him this was how to do it legally that showed up in court filings weeks later really undercuts when your argument in court is it's not a muslim ban exactly what the president may end up finding is you know this pr strategy and it really is a pr strategy and not a legal strategy it might emotionally satisfy him in the moment but you know in the law words really matter and i think he is going to end up regretting this joey jackson what do you make of giuliani's legal contributions i guess you know brianna it's bizarre now i'm one that felt that bringing him on was a genius move why familiar with the process remember he was the us attorney in the southern district he's familiar with the players i thought that was favorable and i thought he was a very good strategist and more important than all of the above is the fact that he has the stature to tell his client no went to direct his klein terms of what to do but when you come out like this.

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Believe me it's a very difficult decision so we're on very perilous grounds as it relates to cohen and as it relates to the president of the united states just some of the others who have flipped and our plea have played guilty the impact on their families in all of this everybody stick around there's lot bore a news that we're following including affirmative fbi director james comey's james comey's surprising edition of his handling of the hilary clinton email investigations hey it's howard beck and i've got kevin pritchard on bleacher reports the full forty eight old hornets wildly everything will gain sometimes i leave arena how did we win that but we could go on it you know like we played well during damask that wrecks rex at last four five minutes we can be tough team close game but we went our fair share to check out the full forty eight now on the bleacher report four subscribe at apple podcasts doc that reporters in iran listen and joey jackson i want to play for you and i wanna play for all of our viewers the fbi former fbi director james comey's decision only a few days before the election of two thousand sixteen to go ahead and release a letter about the clinton email investigation listen to this exchange that he had a james comey with george stephanopoulos hillary clinton's convinced that that letter defeated her what do you say to her i hope not i i don't know i honestly don't know i sure hope not but the honest answer is it wouldn't change the way i think about it we my hope i didn't write the book for this reason but talking about leadership it was important to tell the email story because it's me trying to figure out how to lead well the people will read that story and try to put themselves in my shoes try to realize that i'm not trying to help a candidate or hurt a candidate i'm trying to do the right thing and you can come up with different conclusions reasonable people would have chosen a different door for reasonable reasons.

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Dereck spurts let's go back to joey jackson our legal analyst joey help us make sense of this the fbi apparently going after the residence the hotel room the office of michael cohen the president's private personal attorney areas of interest include these new york taxi dalian's our permits as they're called also payoffs the women who allegedly had affairs with donald trump but at stake here because these seem to be such some some very different points of interest you know absolutely i'll say this here i mean the southern district all districts but you know the southern district very aggressive they know what they're doing i've litigated cases had trials there these are experienced people who know exactly what's going on now let's talk about that the fact is is that i don't think thereafter taxi medallions or anything else i think at stake is the presidency of the united states they're looking at what if any communications happened with the president and or the president surrogate that centered around this entirety of the payment and so if you have this one hundred thirty thousand dollars payment we've heard a home equity loan we heard the president had nothing to do with it so the f b i believe is examining that and putting it to the test what they're any directions from the president was there any guidance whatsoever by the president or any of his party's and if his surrogate and to the extent that there would be that could be potentially crimes there and you don't ignore other crimes when you're looking at investigating so i believe they're focusing specifically on that money and what they.

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"joey jackson" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"joey jackson" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Loyalty you and i tried so hard these thick carrier and i got did they pointed gummy angry about it i should you would afable go that way could prepare our toll lazier repair the joe food bladders and i will watch football i love sports i just don't have a team that i'm invested in so it's hard for me to stay loyal and watch it everywhere the one is closest to the box great the patriots a point of brooksville bandits this week actually a thing but we pay manning retire rush your sign anti tom brady go unnoticed who could use again one of was a handsome matinee idol the other plus all other one pump she remains i property isolated the patriots won the patriots are playing the look me in the eyes seventy azer it's up djindjic joey jackson bearable mm build up his enthusiasm bill goes the super bowl i said we go data jets but we do a week shows from there earlier acid hang up deductibles are a canada when i'm just speaking about various surely us ill gross deductible smells hey i don't know why the coffee what are your thoughts i hope mills into the final jackson the cardinals great the coffee is delicious it's the it's the dea mothers the pulp mills that make the smell of poop jacksonville i hear people always trashing jacksonville always thought just visually in spending small amounts of time there it wasn't that bad likes to visit to get the big blue bridge that looks nice at night much if you want to be around the water if you want to fish it's a great place to get a landing or whatever it'll place degrom and water will be i i gotta go back i don't think i've been in a good fifteen years i should probably go back a never seventy seven five seven nine wanted you final good football talk so everybody's picks we'll start with you ladies first mica gags and john what are at this donna compare notes on monday pharaoh them a lose at norfolk wires in the eagles the what he calls none who else they goes no who's the other teaming said who's playing the the the eagles in who else jaguars albouy the what jacksonville jaguars what are you saying the.

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