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"john cell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:02 min | Last week

"john cell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I think we lost John Cell phone. We might have lost the connection there. And you know we were toward the discussing the end of this anyway. It how this game plays out later on tonight. I would have asked John this question, so I will ask you this question. Jeremy, Rather have you fill in the blank in this sentence. The Washington football team wins. Tonight against the Buccaneers. If If the front the defensive front for Washington gets at least Worst sex. They're gonna have to beat up Tom Brady. I really think that's what it comes down to you because otherwise that Brady has time he's going to find those weapons. They are loaded on offense, and that offensive line has been good most of the year, so You're gonna have to keep it in that 15 to 20 Point range. Washington has to get a grind it out win. The only way to do that is to knock Tom Brady around. Yeah, and it has to be done with that front four with four guys. It can't be done in a blood situation because Brady will absolutely pick you apart there. The teams that have had that kind of success have been able to get after him and put that pressure on him and that kind of situation with just those four. Yeah, and it's I have no idea what to expect out of Washington's offense tonight. John is right. They're going to run the ball ton. Antonio Gibson. If you could get going like he did in the Dallas game a couple weeks ago. This guy is dangerous. He is one of the best up and coming running backs. And you got Terry McLaurin number one receiver like you have some weapons to at least manufacturer, some first downs and maybe a couple of red zone place. Meanwhile, we'll keep you updated on what's going on in Seattle at the half. It is 20 to 10 in favor of the Rams, keeping a good thought for John Walford, who started a quarterback for the Rams but had to go to the hospital. And went to the hospital in a neck brace in the back of an ambulance. Hopefully, that was just precautionary. Meanwhile, we've got so much more football to discuss in a super wild card weekend. We continue on it next on prime time on ESPN Radio and the ESPN app. It's greenie..

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"john cell" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:31 min | Last month

"john cell" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Old Mattapoisett man was ordered held without bail Monday and is charged with murder and other felonies. John Cell allegedly shot and killed one man in New Bedford Friday and gravely injured another, then shot at police before they took him into custody. Zell allegedly stole the handgun from his father. His motive is not clear. Zell is due back in New Bedford District Court for a competency hearing. His attorney was trying to get him committed to a juvenile detention center instead. To the county jail, According to the AP and Fall River Mayor Paul Coogan wants to sell the 19th Century Bank Street Armory. According to the Herald News. The city Council tonight will consider transferring the city owned property to the Fall River Redevelopment Authority to start putting that process into motion. Firefighters in Brockton faced a horrendous situation Monday night as they fought a house fire with winds gusting up to 70 MPH. The fire started after 11 P.m. on Crescent Street. It was a large house and a hard fire. With all companies working, nobody was hurt. All of the residents managed to get out, the chief said. It was one of the toughest fires he's ever fought. Elsewhere in Massachusetts. A woman who was pulled from the ocean Sunday afternoon in Gloucester has been identified as 41 year old Cassandra Baker of Beverly. She was found in the waves among the rocks at a place called Reefs. Chazz, Um firefighters had to use a ladder truck to pull her from the water. Woman was a fine artist. Please say no foul play is suspected. Marijuana home delivery is coming to Massachusetts. The Cannabis Control Commission yesterday approved two kinds of licenses, one from marijuana couriers and one for delivery operators. The idea was to provide convenience for consumers while opening the door to small business ventures. However, retailers are upset, saying they have made significant capital investments in there brick and mortar stores. More than a third of Massachusetts adults would be unlikely to get the vaccine for covert 19, according to a new poll out of Western New England University. People responding cited a lack of trust in the approval process and concerns about side effects. However, 90% of those polled said they do support their city or town requiring people to wear masks in public. In sports. The Celtics are gearing up for the start of the new season. Training camps are opening around the league today. The pre season runs from December 11th through the 19th and the regular season starts on the 22nd. Mostly cloudy and still breezy outside this afternoon. Still a few spots showers with temperatures for the afternoon in the fifties we had there tonight We continue.

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"john cell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:44 min | Last month

"john cell" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A new bed for this morning has died, has been identified as 40 year old on Hill Cruise. The shooting happened shortly before 10:30 A.m. on the France Street. A second victim tried to drive himself to the hospital before crashing near Linden and county streets. He was rushed to a nearby hospital and is in critical condition. Police found the suspect at about 45 minutes. After the shooting near the corner of Pediment and Reynolds streets. The suspect identified his 18 year old John Cell of Mattapoisett allegedly fired it officers when they tried to arrest him. No officers were hurt and police managed to take the suspect into custody, Zealous facing numerous charges and is inspected expected in court on Monday morning. Ah federal appeals court rejects President Trump's lawsuit challenging the election results in Pennsylvania. The court says his campaign's claims have no merit. Meanwhile, President Trump says he'll leave the White House of the Electoral College, declares President elect Joe Biden, the election winner. Jean Mutual has more, Trump told reporters Thursday. If that happens, it means they made a mistake. The commander in chief still hasn't conceded the contest, but admitted it will be a very hard thing to do. It was the first time Trump took questions from reporters since the election. He still claims he won by a tremendous amount. I'm the new chill. It's not just Black, Friday today, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker says. Today is Green Friday, and his administration is encouraging people across the state to visit their local farms and nurseries for Christmas trees and holiday plants. To celebrate the occasion..

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"john cell" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"john cell" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Call for conservation commission's equal housing lender lessons of it is it's an analyst over thirty thirty thank you for making ten ten wins your number one choice for news in New York all the time you'll give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world good evening it's thirty seven degrees at eleven forty I'm Monique Hopalong here's what's happening total three people now being tested in New York City for the Wuhan coronavirus federal state and local officials are working to ensure the virus does not spread here today is the final push for democratic presidential hopefuls in Iowa caucuses are tomorrow animal shelters are over crowded with pants and one New York lawmakers proposing legislation that would ban the sale of puppy mill dogs in stores quite a big gaffe came from president trump's Twitter account regarding the Superbowl it was quickly deleted but of course there are screen grabs ten ten wins accu weather says thirty seven degrees going up to forty three it's raining in midtown the chiefs win Super Bowl fifty four knocking off the Niners thirty one twenty Saint John cell to Georgetown seventy three seventy two Cary Irving will be out at least a week with a sprained knee wins news time eleven forty one is traffic and transit ears are becoming zero suffered enough in the Bronx heading north on the major Deegan moving very slow all due to a crash this is approaching one hundred and seventy nine the laser back towards the cross of runs and here is what we see on long island's big three southern state park where that crash right by NASA road heading westbound that's no clear no issues on the northern state or the I easy L. I. E. in queens though heading westbound right by the clear view reports of an accident are coming in causing minor slowdowns the go honest both directions still seeing up pockets of delays between the belt split and a prospect expressway and here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels no issues at the George or the Lincoln tunnel the Holland tunnel in down twenty five minutes or so all the construction taking it away until five AM out bouncing minor slowdowns the Brooklyn Bridge it slammed on the stand on your way into Brooklyn and the queens of midtown tunnel getting into queens of got minor slowdowns heading into Manhattan you've got stopped traffic the Queensboro bridge is.

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"john cell" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"john cell" Discussed on KCBS All News

"They have no teachers to teach where education, do they have, you know, saying they depend on the teachers, so, you know, I think they should really be here for the keys at Cesar Chavez middle school, Carrie Hodousek KCBS Santa Cruz judge has ruled a new state law on constitutional, it bans, children under sixteen from being tried as an adult no matter how heinous the crime KCBS Mike Colgan says the decision came in the case of an eight year old who was murdered in two thousand fifteen eight-year-old Madison Middleton was allegedly kill my neighbor, Adrian Gonzales who was fifteen at the time Santa Cruz judge John cells are ruled that the case should stay in adult court binding, SP thirteen Ninety-one, unconstitutional, Santa Cruz chief public defender Larry Bigham contends the case should stay in juvenile court because of the. Found difference to difference between treatment and rehabilitation or pure punishment in a predatory population at CDC, and I think that has profound impact on the kid and ultimately on public safety should he get out. But in declaring SP thirteen Ninety-one unconstitutional. The judge also raised a public safety concern legal analyst, Stephen Clarke, also, voiced concerns KCBS interview. What's concerning is that fifteen year olds could be recruited by street gangs to commit criminal activity, including murder, because they know that they will not be prosecuted as adult the judge's ruling will be appealed by Colgan KCBS an investigation into the cause of the largest known release of methane in the US fall to California utility for the way it maintained its natural gas storage field before the massive twenty fifteen blow out. The report released today by the California Public utilities commission says southern California gas company did necessities wells for disaster, potential and didn't investigate previous ruptures. The report by blade energy partner says the out that lasted nearly four months and was blamed for sickening. Thousands of Los Angeles residents could have been plugged sooner just ahead on KCBS. What would motivate you to bike to work when invent environmental group is trying to answer that.

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"john cell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number watching two separate things going on simultaneously here. We do know the judge L is the third said in court as the sentencing is now underway. I'm Jay jealous is known to be a pretty outspoken judge that this Manafort sentencing has nothing to do with Russia collusion. Now. Remember, it was the same judge. That said that we know what this is all about. We know why you're here. This is about putting the screws to Manafort hoping that he sings or composes in the hopes that you can get to impeach the president. I mean, he was that blatant about it. We're also following a vote in the house that doesn't mention the antisemitism of congresswoman Omar that they've made a broad sweeping general resolution against all hate rather than take on the fury of some of congresswoman Omar's supporters. The top of the list, of course, being congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. But as we wait for this, in fact, to come in the the verdict on Manafort, we continue with John sale, by the way, he himself was a prosecutor at the prestigious southern district of New York. Many big names come out of their Greg Jarrett number one bestseller, the Russia hoax dealing John with the issue of offering somebody. Because those words mean a lot, you know, hoping to put the screws to somebody that means pressure somebody threaten jail time. You're going to spend the rest of your life, and Jalen ends up Manafort. You know, who's facing anywhere between nineteen and twenty five years in jail. These nearly seventy years old that means that's a death sentence for him. He'll die in jail. But they put the screws to somebody in hopes they sing. In other words, talk about people higher than them. Obviously they were hoping you'd say something about Donald Trump. I don't even think he was with the campaign one hundred days, interestingly enough, none of this has anything to do with the timing was ever with Donald Trump, and or compose, and I take the word composed to mean just create a story. And you know, whatever you needed me to say, I'll say, and you're going to give me a get out of jail free card. That is such an enticing incentive for anybody. And I know these deals are made all the time. Prosecutors offer, you know, they'll say lighter sentences, but sometimes even know sentences to people if they say what they want him to say. Now, we saw that with Jerome Corsi went on TV said they want me to lie. I can't lie to my God. And I can't lie as an American citizen, I'm willing. I'll I'll spend the rest of my life in jail. But I'm not gonna say something that's not true. But I think often is the case that people with their back against the wall. Knowing human nature that a lot of people are gonna take the deal. John cell. Well, you're absolutely right. Because I do this every day and most people do take the deal as much as you tell them you can only cooperate. If you had a choice by telling the truth and the person who gets hurt by the system is the person who just what they say is not what the prosecutor once a year. I I got parentis though, most prosecutors are honorable decent. But the handful that or a handful too many because the injustice on human lives, and you'll Manafort, you mentioned in addition to liberty, which of course, all about is. He's also facing losing every cent. He has in the world. He owns a couple of houses. It'll pop into a house. They're all thirty pursuant to this conviction. So he's going to be tiny list as well as his is hill. Physical health is apparently deteriorating in a in a fairly severe way. But let's just let's just focus on this for a second here. What if he says to be honest, the the person that was urging me privately in private conversations to reach out to the Russians. To see what they had on. Hillary is is Donald Trump. What if he said that there's no corroborating evidence of any kind you can't prove or disprove that? But I would think that if that was something that manafort's said to the special prosecutor that would have been of great interest to them considering that's what their original mandate was. So there was an opportunity for him to do just that. And probably he wouldn't be wary is today, correct? He said that it'd be going home and sleeping in. It's nice comfortable bed instead of a stark jail. You're making my point. That's the danger. You know, let me see life in jail or I just throw somebody else down the stairs and li-. It's danger. It's it's frightening. It's frightening. But why is this practice even allowed because you're offering something that you can't even quantify financially? Not is you can't put a price on someone's freedom. A very resourceful. Judge a few years ago equated it to bribery bribery. If they if anyone else did it, you're taking us thing. Evalu- well, isn't you'll liberty of thing about the prosecutors are buying it. You know? I I look I understand. Look, look, you want to get the you have the low level drug dealer, Greg, and you really want to get to the guy. That's importing the kilos. You want to get to the guy. That's the big big drug dealer. But there are many layers to go through to get to that guy. They're insulated in most cases. So you might incentivize the guy that has twelve bags heroin. You know at ten bucks a bag and threatened him with jail. And then he says his supplier is and you squeeze that guy. And then he tells you his suppliers and hopefully get your way up the chain. But in this particular case of Paul Manafort had said the words Donald Trump told me to reach out to the Russians to get some dirt on Hillary. He wouldn't be in a situation today. I'm I'm afraid of a process that exists like that. Right. Well, I've long argued that if you were I engaged in these kinds of threats intimidation, and you know, we'd be charged with extortion. Bribery, when prosecutors do it is perfectly. Okay. And you know, I agree with John the most prosecutors and defense. During are good, and honest and honorable people. But but those who are not. Are are wrong headed and they engage in misconduct in my judgment. Okay. Let's go over the people that were appointed look at Michael, Iran. For example. You know, Flynn's a perfect example he didn't lie. He was set up under the pretense of the Logan act, which has no application and after he ended up emptying his Bank account and had their sellers house still Muller. Steam was threatening to prosecute his son. So he capitulated he pled guilty to something that at the FBI didn't even think that he did the agents that interviewed right? General Flynn didn't think he lied. Yeah. You're right. He was going bankrupt. Yeah. They will probably threatening his son. I believe that because the sun was in business with them. So he now has a choice to make. And that is all right. I didn't really lie, but I'll say I did to get out of this and keep my family safe. I don't think there's a father out there wouldn't fall on the sword for their own son. And and that's a danger as well. And then, you know, I'm looking at his case in particular. Yeah. I mean, it's it's it's it's unbelievable to me. You know, this is how we treat thirty three year veterans. They call a duty. The I mean, I'm like, wow, don't we give them the benefit of the doubt a little bit. And he would have had he taken a case, which you had the money if their son was under threat, I believe he would have said I want my day in court the first two people he would've called as witnesses of the two FBI agents, including Peter Struck a walked out of the building the White House and went over to the DOJ and said, he's telling the truth. He didn't he's not lying. Piece to this. So John looks look at the team of Muller, and I've been very critical all democratic donors. I guess he couldn't find one Republican one Republican investigator lawyer to join his team genie raise conflicted as she once was the attorney for the Clinton foundation. Then you got Muller's pit bull. A guy by the name of Andrew Weissmann and Sydney Powell wrote all about her and license him about an licensed to lie, but Andrew Weissmann cost tens of thousands of people their jobs in the Enron case. A case that eventually lost nine zero in the supreme court. This is a guy that put four Merrill executives in jail for a year and that was overturned by the fifth circuit. And I'm thinking, you know, this was a guy that was at Hillary Clinton's quote victory party on election night. Now, why would Muller this has always been suspect in my mind? Why would he appoint such hyper partisans to be a part of the special counsel team? I've never called similar Pro Bowl which because I we're talking about the president of the United States. We're talking about the national security advisor to the president. And this brings attention to this abuse of power. But I see it every day with clients who are maybe the CEO of a company or the president of a Bank, and it happens all the time. And I think anybody any prosecutors who were on a mission and myopic, and instead of realizing that we want to get to the truth. Instead of what they think I'm going to get this guy, whoever the guy is. So I think the dangerous systemic rather than the appearance of impropriety in. This case is overwhelming. I think that when there's an appearance of impropriety in any case demanding charge. The woman in charge should do something about it. And I'll add one more thing to what Greg was saying. I mean, we we had James Komi bragging, I Andrew McCabe made a call that. Oh, the FBI is going to go see general Flynn who's in the White House. And he says, oh, you don't need an attorney. Okay, fine. These guys are gonna come over. No big deal. I guess it's nothing, but no big deal, then Komi bragging that oh we did something we'd never tried to pull this in the Obama administration of the Trump or the Bush administration. This is four days into the Trump administration. And that means sending in his agents to literally interrogate somebody after you just told them he doesn't need a lawyer. It seems unethical to me doesn't that sound unethical to you? Well, it in a layman's term it just set up. That's in a layman's term legally. The government has a lot of leeway in terms of investigative things. They can get away with and the trouble. What we do is we make different rules for different people. And that's why I keep stressing because I see this danger every day, and the fact situation is a set up, but I think it would Stanley illegal challenge. Let me I guess we'll ask you about that, Greg. I mean that sounds to me like a a setup it's like, you know, Joe digenova yesterday said about the eighty people that we have this. Now, the biggest whitest net ever laid out in a political search for something anything that Donald Trump might have done wrong in his life. And the Jennifer said, nobody should go before any house committee and do anything, but plead the fifth now what happens if that happens what a eighty two people say, screw you. I'm not being a part of this. This is a perjury trap. And they're you're you're you're looking for crime. There's nothing specific you're looking for except the crimes. What would happen if everyone plead the fifth we have to do it? Truthfully. That is you can only plead the fifth if you think that what it is. You're going to say would actually incriminate you. But given the track record of what's going on where people are being accused of making false statements win either, you know, they were mistaken about information or didn't remember information and in two cases, tried to correct the record immediately. But nevertheless, we're accused of making a false statement. I think that anything that you say in front of congress or to who determines the truth who determines if you're telling the truth. In other words, a let's say somebody's you have democratic donors, and it's me or you where in their office. And so they've got ascertain whether we're telling the truth, and they ready..

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"john cell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

13:01 min | 2 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Four one Sean is our number watching two separate things going on simultaneously here. We do know the judge L is the third at said in court as the sentencing is now underway. Jerry Jones is known to be a pretty outspoken judge that this Manafort sentencing has nothing to do with Russia collusion. Now, remember, it was the same judge that said that we know what the Zoll about. We know why you're here. This is about putting the screws to Manafort hoping that he sings or composes in the hopes that you can get to impeach the president. I mean, he was that blatant about it. We're also following a vote in the house that doesn't mention the anti semitism of congresswoman, Omar instead, they made a broad sweeping general resolution against all hate rather than take on the fury of some of congresswoman Omar's supporters. The top of the list, of course, being congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. But as we wait for this, in fact, to come in the verdict on Manafort, we continue with John sale, by the way, he himself was a prosecutor at the prestigious southern district of New York. Many big names come out of their Greg Jarrett number one bestseller the Russia hoax. We were dealing John with the issue of you offering somebody because those words mean a lot, you know, hoping to put the screws to somebody that means pressure somebody threaten jail time. You're going to spend the rest of your life in jail ends up Manafort, you know, who's facing anywhere between nineteen and twenty five years in jail. These nearly seventy years old that means that's a death sentence for him. He'll die in jail. But they put the screws to somebody in hopes they sing. In other words, talk about people higher than them. Obviously they were hoping you'd say something about Donald Trump. I don't even think he was with the campaign one hundred days. Interestingly enough, none of this has anything to do with the time. He was ever with Donna. Trump, and or compose and I'd take the word composed to mean just create a story. And you know, whatever you needed me to say, I'll say, and you're going to give me a get out of jail free card. That is such an enticing incentive for anybody. And I know these deals are made all the time. Prosecutors offer, you know, they'll say lighter sentences, but sometimes even know sentences to people if they say what they want him to say. Now, we saw that with Jerome Corsi. He went on TV said that they want me to lie. I can't lie to my God. And I can't lie is an American citizen, I'm willing. I'll I'll spend the rest of my life in jail. But I'm not going to say something that's not true. But I think often is the case that people with their back against the wall knowing human nature that a lot of people are going to take the deal. John cell. Well, you're absolutely right. Because I do this every day and most people do take the deal as much as you tell them you can only cooperate. If you have a choice by telling the truth and the person who gets hurt by the system is the person who just what they say is up with the prosecutor wants a year. I I get fairness though, most prosecutors are honorable and decent, but the handful that aren't or a handful too many because the injustice on human lives, and you'll Manafort, you mentioned in addition to his liberty, which of course, all the is. He's also facing losing every sentence has in the world. He owns a couple of houses that pop into the house. They're all forfeited pursuant to this conviction. So he's going to be tiny as well as he's is hill. Physical health is deteriorating in a fairly severe way. But let's just let's just focus on this for a second here. What if he says to be honest, the the person that? I was urging me privately in private conversations to reach out to the Russians to see what they had on. Hillary is is Donald Trump. What if he said that there's no corroborating evidence of any kind you can't prove or disprove that? But I would think that if that was something that Manafort said that the special prosecutor that would have been of great interest to them considering that's what their original mandate was. So there was an opportunity for him to do just that. And probably he wouldn't be wary is today, correct? If he said that it'd be going home and sleeping in his nice, comfortable bed instead of an a stark. You're making my point. That's the danger. You know, let me see life in jail or I just throw somebody else down the stairs and lie. It's danger. It's it's frightening. Frightening. But why is this practice even allowed because you're offering something that you can't even quantify financially? And that is you can't put a price on someone's freedom. A very resourceful judge a few years ago, equated it to bribery bribery. If they if anyone else did it, you're taking thing evalu-. Well, isn't Hillary thing about you? The prosecutors are buying it. I look I understand. Look, you want to get the you you have the low level drug dealer, Greg, and you really want to get to the guy that's importing the kilos. You want to get to the guy. That's the big big drug dealer. But there are many layers to go through to get to that guy. They're insulated in most cases. So you might incentivize the guy that has twelve bags are heroin in at ten bucks a bag and you threatened him with jail, and then he says his supplier is and you squeeze that guy. And then he tells you his suppliers and hopefully get your way up the chain. But in this particular case of Paul Manafort had said the words Donald Trump told me to reach out to the Russians he'd get some dirt on Hillary. He wouldn't be in a situation today. I'm I'm I'm afraid of a process that exists like that. Right. Well, I've long argued that if you were I engaged in these kinds of threats intimidation. And you know, we'd be charged with extortion or bribery, when prosecutors do it is perfectly, okay. And you know, I agree with John the most prosecutors, and I was a defense attorney are good and honest and honorable people. But but those who are not are are wrong headed and they engage in misconduct in my judgment. Look. Okay. Let's go over the people that were appointed look at Michael, Iran. For example, you know, Flynn's a perfect example he didn't lie. He was set up under the pretense of the Logan act, which has no application and after he ended up emptying his Bank account and had to sell his house still Muller's team was threatening to prosecute his sons. So we capitulating he pled guilty something that the F B. I didn't even think that he did the agents that interviewed right? General Flynn didn't think he lied. Yeah. You're right. He was going bankrupt. Yeah. They will probably threatening his son. I believe that because son was in business with them. So he now has a choice. To make. And that is all right. I didn't really lie, but I'll say I did to get out of this and keep my family safe. I don't think there's a father out there wouldn't fall on the sword for their own son. And and that's a danger as well. And then, you know, I'm looking at his case in particular. I mean, it's it's it's it's unbelievable to me. You know, this is how we treat thirty three year. You know? Veterans. They call a duty combat duty. I mean, I'm like, wow, don't we give them the benefit of the doubt a little bit. And he would have had he taken the case trial, which you had the money for son was wasn't under threat. I believe he would have said I want my day in court, the first two people he would've called as witnesses of the two FBI agents, including Peter Struck a walked out of the building the White House, and and went over to the DOJ and said, he's telling the truth. He didn't he's not lying. Another piece to this. So John, let's look at the team of Muller, and I've been very critical all democratic donors. I guess he couldn't find one Republican one Republican investigator lawyer to join his team genie raise conflicted as she once was the attorney for the Clinton foundation. Then you got Muller's pit bull guy by the name of Andrew Weissmann and Sydney Powell road all about her and license him about an licensed to lie, but Andrew Weissmann cost tens of thousands of people their jobs in the Enron case. A case that eventually lost nine zero in the supreme court. This is a guy that put four Merrill executives in jail for a year and that was overturned by the fifth circuit. And I'm thinking, you know, this was a guy that was at Hillary Clinton's quote victory party on election night. Now, why would Muller this has always been suspect in my mind? Why would he appoint such hyper partisans to be a part of the special counsel? Team. Well, I I've never called similar Pro Bowl which because I we're talking about the president of the United States. We're talking about the national security advisor to the president. And this brings attention to this abuse of power. But I see it every day with clients who are maybe the CEO of a company or the president of a Bank, and it happens all the time. And I think anybody any prosecutors who were on a mission and our myopic, and instead of realizing that we want to get to the truth. Instead of what they think I want to get this guy, whoever the guy is. So I think the dangerous systemic rather than but that the appearance of impropriety in this case is overwhelming. I think that when is an appearance of impropriety in any case, the man in charge of the woman in charge should do something about it. And all that one more thing to what Greg was saying. I mean, we we had James Komi ragging? I Andrew McCabe made a call that oh the FBI is going to go see general Flynn who's in the White House. And he says, oh, you don't need an attorney. Okay, fine. These guys are gonna come over. No big deal. I I guess it's nothing. No big deal. Then Komi bragging that oh we did something we'd never tried to pull this in the Obama administration of the Trump or or the Bush administration. This is four days into the Trump administration. And that means sending in his agents to literally interrogate somebody after you just told them he doesn't need a lawyer. It seems unethical tomatoes not sound on nothing to you. Well, it in a layman's term, it's a setup that's in a layman's term legally, the government has a lot of leeway in terms of investigative things. They can get away with and the trouble. What we do is we make different rules for different people. And that's why I keep stressing because I see this danger every day, and though that fact situation is a setup, but I think it would Stanley illegal challenge. Let me I guess we'll ask you about that, Greg. I mean that sounds to me like a setup it's like, you know, Joe digenova yesterday said about the people that we have this. Now, the biggest whitest net ever laid out in a political search for something anything that Donald Trump might have done wrong in his life. And the Jennifer said, nobody should go before any house committee and do anything, but plead the fifth now what happens if that happens, what eighty two people say, screw you. I'm not being a part of this. This is a perjury trap. And they're you're you're you're looking for crime. There's nothing specific you're looking for except the crimes. What would happen if everyone plead the fifth? Were you have to do it? Truthfully. That is you can only plead the fifth if you think that what it is. You're going to say would actually incriminate you. But given the track record of what's going on where people are being accused of making false statements. When either you know, they were mistaken about information or didn't remember information, and in two cases, tried to correct the record immediately. Nevertheless, we're accused of making a false statement. I think that anything that you say in front of congress or to determines the truth who determines if you're telling the truth. In other words, let's say somebody's you have democratic donors, and it's me or you where in their office..

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"john cell" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Eight hundred nine four one Sean is our number watching two separate things going on simultaneously here. We do know the judge L is the third said in court as the sentencing is now underway. Judge jealous is known to be a pretty outspoken judge that this Manafort sentencing has nothing to do with Russia collusion. Remember, it was the same judge. That said that we know what this is all about. We know why you're here. This is about putting the screws to Manafort hoping that he sings or composes in the hopes that you can get to impeach the president. I mean, he was that blatant about it. We're also following a vote in the house that doesn't mention the anti semitism of congresswoman, Omar instead, they made a broad sweeping general resolution against all hate rather than take on the fury of some of congresswoman Omar's supporters, the top of the list, of course, being congresswoman Alexandria, Cossio Cortez. But as we wait for this, in fact, to come in the verdict on Manafort, we continue with John sale, by the way, he himself was a. Prosecutor at the prestigious southern district of New York. Many big names come out of their Greg Jarrett number one bestseller, the Russia hoax dealing John with the issue of offering somebody. Because those words mean a lot, you know, hoping to put the screws to somebody that means pressure somebody threaten jail time. You're going to spend the rest of your life in jail ends up Manafort. You know, who's facing anywhere between nineteen and twenty five years in jail. He's nearly seventy years old. That means that's a death sentence for him. He'll die in jail. But they put the screws to somebody and hopes they sing. In other words, talk about people higher than them. Obviously they were hoping he'd say something about Donald Trump. I don't even think he was with the campaign one hundred days. Interestingly enough, none of this has anything to do with the time. He was ever with Donald Trump, and or compose, and I'd take the word composed to mean just create a story. And you know, whatever you needed me to say, I'll say, and you're going to give me a get out of jail free card. That is such an enticing incentive for anybody. And I know these deals are made all the time. Prosecutors offer, you know, they'll say lighter sentences, but sometimes even know sentences to people if they say what they want him to say. Now, we saw that with Jerome Corsi went on TV said they want me to lie. I can't lie to my God. And I can't lie as an American citizen, I'm willing. I'll I'll spend the rest of my life. In jail. But I'm not gonna say something that's not true. But I think often is the case that people with their back against the wall. Knowing human nature that a lot of people are going to take the deal. John cell. Oh, well, you're absolutely right. 'cause I do this every day and most people do take the deal as much as you tell them you can only cooperate..

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"john cell" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"And these guys some days are coming home with one hundred bucks, maybe one hundred and fifty bucks two hundred bucks. Max that's like a really good day. So but somebody invested let's say they paid five hundred thousand it's up to a million and a half. So they're looking at that as their retirement money, then the city of New York allows in Uber, and lift I don't even share a ride and all these other, you know, all this other competition out there. Well, that means the taxi business is going down the tubes. But you don't have to pay a million four to drive a new wbur or lift or share a ride in New York. And now the city that made you pay all that money for a taxi medallion. Well, now, they just decided to change the rules in anybody can drive anybody can be quote taxi driver, and you got all these apps and people aren't using taxis as much as they used to. And now the value I think has gone below like two hundred thousand one hundred thousand dollars now. Right, Linda, it's very very low. How does how does the city for somebody to pay all that money? Let's just talk about one guy. Not Michael comb. I guess because he invested in it. Now, all of a sudden what was worth or what you thought was worth so much. I mean, it's pretty amazing anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free telephone number that puts people that that's the government putting people they're the ones that set a number the set number drivers, then they allow everyone else to come in free. Then the people that have Bush stupid enough to go into business with the city and pay all that money. They all get screwed. Anyway, we're waiting judge L on the Manafort case this has nothing to do with Russia collusion, though. The sentencing is ongoing right now as I just got done Saint John's sale former prosecutor southern district of New York Greg Jarrett, author of the number one bestseller the Russia hoax. Right. So that we know this has nothing to do with Russia. John whatsoever. Just like the case has nothing to do with Russia. Just like any of these processes crimes have nothing to do with Russia, and then well, people can argue well Muller was able to go after these Russian bought companies and Russian intelligence people that are never going to be deported and never going to be extradited to the United States to face the charges. So they're not coming here. So we're told this is going to end with what Manafort Farah act only three times since nineteen sixty six tax issues cone tax issues, lying to congress. Was it worth all of this? John cell. Hi, sean. This is something we were talking about the other day, the the way prosecutors could abuse abuse their authority, you know, what was this case all about? Joe jealous who has a reputation of being sort of a maverick that are very good judge during one of the pretrial hearings. I recall he said, the vernacular here is this cases about getting this man to sing. But the we have to be careful not to singing doesn't become composing. What you were saying is. Of course, the case is being brought because special counsel wanted him to quote unquote, cooperate and that's the danger zone. What is cooperate main? I can tell you that if he had said in this debriefings what they wanted him to say which could be true or it could before he can applicator the jailhouse instead because he didn't say what they thought was the truth. He is facing a sixty nine year old man a long prison. These guidelines nineteen to twenty five years, you're asking for their only advisory. The judge is not bound by them and one of the things that he's permitted to very downward about is. They call it the history and the characteristics of the defendant, excuse me. And I think judge jealous is going to take into consideration. Why this case was brought I'm hesitant to protect what a federal judge says. But I predict that it's the sentence is going to be way way lower than the prosecutors asking for well, basically, saying die in jail, and I listen, you gotta pay taxes, Greg. I mean, this happens all the time..

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"john cell" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Like make like clicky noises underwater. I was just, I was just trying to add another dimension to your wellness nation. You made it real made it real like echoing so now. Now during starts to get into the full story about Landon John. So Dorada says she called the wind. John could come and the reaction was, well, you should've asked months ago. I I wasn't wasn't thinking. thinking. Gashing coach GAC. Got weird. I think about ties from Haiti. That's what I. Kids from, hey, go into cabbage. So quaint into Arinda Luan said, if you really wanted him to come bought it circuits. Kicking. Hey, and then Carol reminds her why she should really be mad. She's like, didn't you get all of her outfits for. A valid douses dialers crack is for the wear. Vani. Imagining to render turn into the camera like a mentos commercial every time going gates. Danny. Guess this is a way of punishing me. Leeann Johnny's been nice to in many situations, especially when you is good friends. They got rework. It's time for commercial. It's time for that crap. Comma. Calmer show. So then we hear the sound of a by plane starting up and. It's actually luanne warming up vocals. Relaxes me relaxes me just to keep the constant. And you been leaving girls. Yeah. Red leather, yellow. So now and gives us her side of the story. I was on the way to a mammogram safety first Earls and starts pastoring me about John. He's always welcome. You only have to ask me, but you didn't. Did you. And then she texts back, you're not kind I, it's the team I show what are you kidding me? Fucking damn. I show why didn't drowsy before. This, like you said, she said she said situation going on is so remarkable. I love it. Gently like gotta handed to Lou like she turned it around fast for the show. I mean, I saw little that the act Columbia, and then we see the clip of Colombia where Luella like, let's practice everyone. Anyone beat box, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, pal. But you know, it's it's kind of funny because landside is basically like, listen, I was busy in the day of John come conjunction John com. It's like, I don't have time for that, which and that's what I was saying before. I actually really do get that. However, when the wind says, he's always welcome, you only have to ask, but you didn't did you. That's that's passive, aggressive lake. Like I don't know. That's like that's noxious I think. Yeah, I think she just assume that she could bring John John would automatically be invited. It's also the season alley party. Basically. So that's, that's like, you know, Lou, I think is being passive aggressive. She's being withholding late Lucille, bluetooth. And you know, and you don't even funnier. So now people are walking into the into the cabaret. They're sitting down everything in the background. You know, who I spotted in sock and being sock, aka the woman that looks like Liza Minnelli who's France Ramona I'm like, even marrying got in and not. John cell Collins was there too, but I didn't see her..

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"john cell" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on KELO

"Chapter and blowing america's find um i'm under depict knows this and let let me say once you've you're trained and you go under this and eu got a code word that takes you down to a certain level and then they make it deeper and deeper and deeper you you have no recollection i i mean it's like a kind of an anesthesia you're walking around with a mind that th th has no way to retain what's happening it's not you reminded me more it they told me i was george harrison and i walked across the institute for half a day signing autographs and talking about how he hits back to london so it's really true uh so either there things in the book that are amusing because we were college kids then and we let it all hang out so you know the sexes there the relationships with the girls the all the locker room stuff that went on it and it's real because we started writing it soon after it happen how long does the program last two well for for john cell be he was in its for about a two and a half years i think at all uh in part of the time is an experimental hypnotist and then he turned against it i don't want to give a lot of spoilers here but you asked how do we both regard the program he turned against it way before i i did he tried to warn me he said get out get out movie titled now get out he was giving me all the warnings and i didn't believe him i believe the doctors at the instituto i still have faith and who said uh john silvia said a nervous breakdown he's at a schizophrenic break we had nothing to do with it we knew his personality he was borderline you know when he first took his personality test we never should have let him in here it was our mistake we have nothing to do what's happened to him we we don't want you talking to him anymore so you'd have to realise with the break that happened there were years when i wouldn't talk to him and he didn't communicate with me and yet we had the bridge that divide when i decided i was a student at the american film institute was one of the first students there at the center i.

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"john cell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"There are things in the book that are amusing because we were college kids then and we let it all hang out so you know the sexes there the relationships with the girls the all the locker room stuff that went on it and it's real because we started writing it soon after it happen how long does the program last two well for for john cell be he was in it for about a two and a half years i think in all uh and part of that time is an experimental hypnotist and then he turned against it i don't want to give a lot of spoilers here but you asked how do we both regard the program he turned against it wave before i i did he tried to warn me he said get out get out movie titled now get out he was giving me all the warnings and i didn't believe him i believe the doctors at the instituto i still have faith and who said uh john silvia said a nervous breakdown he's at a schizophrenic break we had nothing to do with it we knew his personality he was borderline you know when he first took his personality test we never should have let him in here it was our mistake we have nothing to do what's happened to him we we don't want you talking to him anymore so you'd have to realise with the break that happened there were years when i wouldn't talk to him and he didn't communicate with me and yet we had the bridge that divide when i decided i was a student at the american film institute it was one of the first students there at the ceterum that's what you wanted to do what i yeah oh and i do think the program did help me break away from the idea i was going to be a doctor and decide to do what i really wanted to i can get into that were later but the point here was at the afi i i look forward to being the filmmaker and i wanted to do this story as my first film upon uh graduating and so i saw it out john selby we started writing we worked on it for.

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"john cell" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on WEEI

"The world firstclass lifezette through it and you get the gdp of the forces of your earlier choice anywhere in the world i support laura john cell is going back to the archives to find that well guess what the rams widzew going for with number eight at minnesota this story line is does rodney harrison have to get the old credit card out in start booking flights around the world yes yes where we decided on between the densely they're gonna hit that eight games so we will go to vegas in the olive guys to the los angeles rams for doubting him listen you're not the only one rowdy of he i think a lot of people doubted a one year old head coach a quarterback that looked like he didn't even belong in the pac 12 playing and they are a completely different team to me you know what i know coach of the year really needs nothing but i have to say who is not impressed with what is happened was sean mcveigh a guy so young with what he is done i mean this is one of the big stories of this year while i disagree with you as coach of the year has another because remember bruce arriens he end up being coach of the year and he made a lot of money hin igadd extensions on his contract and things like that but yeah meant he's been very very impressive and just the work that he's done with jared golf i mean just think about last year when we thought about was like man is going to be a bus they go out they make a couple of good moves on offense alive jeered golf the gina todd girlie he's plant extremely well and just a confidence ugo go get semi walk angie gagged cooper carb is just it's really just fun to watch because their plan would a an the plan would enthusiasm and my mom things this can they beat the minnesota vikings can they go against one of the best defences in the league a veteran defense a team that's a defense has very very patient a team.

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"john cell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You'll find that big problems in the supply chain nasa what that's meaning as it is increasingly looking as though apple will not be able to satisfy olds amount in this christmas courts at that's just the implications on these ripples be done enough asserts and there is a break of john cell satisfy in the months to come off to the new yes so systematic have it's and i can it's can happen later rather than sooner i think that's the hope that add that investors have certainly negga stock hasn't taken a massive pounding the fact is that you know people inau investing in apple stop for how many iphones they sell between november the third in december 31st dead and investing in the stock for the sort of twoyear product cycles long view on this but it does affect the numbers are getting this quarter i mean for those who are looking for a certain coming over this quarter not getting it is is is knock of newsmen you know the stocks marco was up today big time your birth bertha apple the biggest stock it should have been a big contributor that wasn't yet aided that is very true but i guess the the thing that they were looking at is water people going to buy if they're not going to buy my friend channel maybe the by an iphone eight and a doesn't necessarily mean they're going to buy a samsung s eight because the only the the something i say doesn't have this three descends of things are is it really the screen technology which is going to commit someone's addiction iphone for a samsung at that's the kind of intangible rent quite nno doubt reporting next it's not there's already won an aide in my house awesome has been just waiting for the can and he away anywhere you know healing apple people will wait that an unit who has been made a very concerted effort in recent years not only to get people to preorder that phones and get into his iphone upgrade programme we pay a monthly fee and get a phone every year depend that's up exactly which he has he and then the other thing of course is just the stickiness like every single photo that.

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"john cell" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm john corby i'm joe overhead volley i'm jed highland who i said that no i'm just by heads old cheese the fire a maltese you today we are the big brothers and actually i just read something very funny you did it yes i and i think it was accidentally funny when we when we went to launch today yes we were on john shields way yeah or john shields driver what was in and we were wondering who john shields wow so i thought well not i'm curious to cause i don't know john shields was a survey air from ireland who john's cells of course the founder of one of the founders of dublin via had a four hundred acre plots along the silja which is now dublin a lot of it is dublin and john shields was a survey air from ireland who uh john cells asked to break up his four hundred acres in two two hundred different plots so he did and after and after having done so cells asked him if he would name his his his city and so john shields corsino in the traditional irish sense he he couldn't just come up with a name according to this what i'm reading on the dublin history site he came up with this in a really worry thing blah blah blah blah blah your beautiful valley in the sun shining in which he did regarded are i'll i'm from dublin how 'bout no blood which is what he said dublin so the way this is written is kinda funny is as you know i would like to name an after my birthplace dublin ireland and then the last line and as soon after john cells open to hat factory and it ends that's it it after john cells opened a hat factory what does that have to do with anything i don't know struck me is very foty soon after he opened a hat factory they end that will donald trump that's all that it just struck me as quite amusing but had kind of weird that way what does that have to do with her any with anything have you ever heard of a a cells had john cell having where's that factory where was it i i we there's another google search right there is that there was a had factor factory in battling factory involved we were in the doubling today.

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"john cell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The very meaning of we had to be cheeky without being cheesy and how to be profound how to bring the sacred thing where were starving for the sacred i'm christopher tippett please china's tonight at nine on 939 fm wnyc ooh w n y c independent journalism in the public interest 939 fm and am 820 and your news and in new york conversation the oh rubbish road said his first film more which was about heroin addiction on visa beautiful mediterranean island off the coasts of spain that was a 1968 now he's returned to the island with him nesia very different countries story that deals with german historical memory and his inspired by events in the life his own mother other it begins in 1990 a few months after the fall of the berlin wall martha played by marc keller has been living a quiet lonely life and abuser in a small side home with panoramic mediterranean views she's been there for decades and then everything changes with the arrival of joe played by max reiss i am melt he's a twenty five year old aspiring dj from berlin who's trying to break into abuses growing electron to dance music scene the film opens at the cinema village this coming friday he'll be available on video on demand and a very pleased to welcome puppy shred of back to our show along with his star the wonderful martha killer hello hello amato you're you're with us from paris oh alomar let our does visa have special significance for germans because it's where a number of prominent artists and intellectuals cluding role hausmann walter benjamin and has john cells lived for time during the 1930s they couldn't live in nazi germany but why did they choose abe's where they discovered of very wonderful attorney mediterranean basin way.

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"john cell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"john cell" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From bloomberg television here there's vanni quinn on bloomberg markets what the markets want from potential new fed chair we're joined now for that and other questions by premadasa had a global interest rates travelling at ta securities fed chair janet yellen will with a question mark over whether she retired with second term it's typical for charitable ten yuan no matter who is in the administration might be different though when we at bloomberg are hearing war rumblings of that people like kevin wash john taylor of these types of might be and what would that mean for federal reserve orthodoxy as well known if several years citing the last few fat chas i worked so hard drugs fred credibility and independence as long as the next fed chair is the same john cell is you know even if not an academic is focused on credibility and independence i think the market can look through the transition if you get somebody who's another long got lapik or until then my second policy reforms i think how could we get nervous about getting to say it very very low levels inflation risk premiums reading your because he been gender need the markka generally believed that the fed win what's right for the economy i think if there's any risk of markets and not pricing in a significant shifting fed policy here more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and a bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings business news 24 hours a day bloombergcom radiopress mobile app on your radio this is a bloomberg business.

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