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"josh thin" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

Monster: DC Sniper

06:18 min | 4 months ago

"josh thin" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

"And she looked up at me and knew she was looking for. She was looking for some type of emotion that I had. Because, her dad had just been executed. I had absolutely no. When he said to me, you have become my enemy, and as my enemy. I will kill you I. said Vert every emotional tie to him. To me, he was a stranger being executed. Why would muhammed put his own children through the terror of the DC attacks? Why did he go to Prince? George's County Maryland the county where they lived to shoot a boy the same age as his son John. Some suggests that Mohammed didn't just want to kill mildred. He wanted to terrorize her. And what happened to his children was just collateral damage. After all Muhammed's need for violence seem to override the love. He claimed to feel for Malveaux as well. Mohamed told Malveaux that he loved him, but then let Malveaux fall on the sword after they were arrested. criminologist Anthony Mioli says Lee reflected on later. The interesting thing about the shootings and this is really somewhat fascinating. All the shots that were taken outside of the car were done by Lee so John Purposely put Lee in view of the public when they already had sniper roost inside the Capri set up. All the shots taken inside. The car were done by John when he was fully covered not able to be identified. In. Anything was to be done whether it was a chance of getting caught or. Getting shot at in the process and several times throughout the one they were armed I got shot at. And I had to kill them in the process. He's nowhere to be found even somewhere hiding. Easy shooting. Anything. Major. If he was so caring about his son, so to say why put Lee out in a position where he was at such risk. You know the calls to the police are Lee Boyd Malvo voice so it. It's very interesting that. John Almost purposely put Lee as the shooter and almost could've made a case for himself saying well. This guy did all the shootings it wasn't me. A here's his voice on tape. Malveaux lawyers also felt at Mohammed may have just been using Malveaux for the crimes. Lee was under this misbelief that they're going to have this utopia and John Mahama was saying. We're GONNA. Get the government to pay for it. I mean what person would rationally think. That's GonNa Happen, but a kid who's indoctrinated. That's following. This leader believes it. I don't know what was going to happen after he got his kids back I. Don't know because League densely realized there wasn't ten million dollars from the government. That's GONNA pay for this Utopia. Maybe John Mahama was GONNA kill. With Mohamed God all we have now is Malveaux story. When we began this season, a supreme court case was set to decide whether malveaux would be eligible for parole. But the question of whether Malveaux deserves to be imprisoned has gone from the theoretical to the concrete. Due to recent developments that will discuss next episode. Libo Malveaux could one day walk the streets again. Malveaux will be eligible for parole as early as twenty twenty two. Next time on monster DC sniper. Obviously, our goal is to do the best we can for him and you know what he wants. He wants to be out and be able to live. His life had three point I wanted to. Lawyers would argue that absent Mohammed. He wouldn't have committed these crimes at all and that. What good is it to warehouse him in a Supermax Facility for the next sixty years, we end up always looking at these fantastic cases like Malveaux. That's not how most cases go down. Most of these cases are a heavy trigger finger. An armed robbery gone bad stupid, stupid behavior that tragically results in a stupid stupid outcome. I mean you could resentenced him. All you want. It doesn't take away from the fact that eight people at least will never be brought back at the time. I was thinking well. He should be locked reverend ever now. I'd like to kind of see whether or not he's really changed. Monster DC sniper is a fifteen episode podcast hosted by Tony Harris and produced by iheartradio in tender foot TV. Matt Frederick and Alex. Williams are executive producers on behalf of iheartradio alongside producers Trevor Young Ben, keyboard and Josh Thin. Pene Lindsey Donald. Albright are executive producers on behalf of tender foot TV alongside producers Meredith steadman in Christina Dana. Original music is by makeup in Vanity set. If, you haven't already be sure to check out the first two seasons Atlanta Monster and monster the Zodiac Killer If you have questions or comments, email us at monster at iheartmedia dot com. Or you can call us at one, eight, three, three, two, eight, five, six, six, six, seven. Thanks for listening. If, you're like most people who wear glasses or contacts. 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"josh thin" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

Monster: DC Sniper

07:09 min | 7 months ago

"josh thin" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

"Investigators now new. The credit card mentioned in the letter had been stolen in Arizona and used in Washington can state those Rennell places of interest agents. Were also following up on the five phone calls of the sniper had mentioned in the letter the letter venture to call to a priest Ashland. It turned out there was only one Catholic church in the city. Police went there and spoke to the pastor. William Sullivan Sullivan said. He had received a strange call from a man with an accent. He couldn't place. The man on the phone. Claimed he knew the sniper was and rambled to Salvin about liquor store robbery and Montgomery the man went on and on but Sullivan didn't take it seriously. He thought it was someone with a big imagination. Who'd watch too much about The snipers on TV the task force tracked down two of the other calls that were mentioned in the letter when it come into the Rockville police department and another into the man. The snipers had described his officer daring as it turned out Montgomery County public information officer Derek. By lyles had received a strange call a few days earlier during the sniper crisis we received a tremendous amount of phone calls all the phone calls from people who wanted to talk talked chief Moose were forwarded to the media office where I answered the phone my name is Derek Lyles and back in two thousand and two. I was a public information officer for the Montgomery County police when the FBI came to question me. I didn't know if I'd done something right or something wrong. But I went over to talk to him on my way out of the building I ran entity chief Moose. Who Said thank you for what you've done? I really appreciate everything you're doing and I didn't know if that was my goodbye speech or whether it was something else I had no idea deal. All I know is that the F. B. I wanNA talk to me over at the Task Force when I got it over to the sniper task force I met with a number of people the the. ATF wanted me to come out to. Their van was parked outside. Once I got in there. They put headphones on me and said just listen and tell us what you think and I listened to the phone. Cold was recorded by the Rockville city. Police people that causes acuity. They're terrified they call me. Do Not really talk three times or four. Little notice on on people have died and then going county hotline nine. That's like the number Dispatcher that was not the person to give that information so she did the right thing and told them to call the sniper task force and that caller got angry and got frustrated raided and hung up. I listen to that phone call and they asked me. Did I recognize anything and I said that's exactly the same voice that I had heard on my phone call all the same tone the same reflection the same emphasis on certain words. The task force sat me down in a room surrounded by everybody and they wanted to know what I had heard and who I thought the sniper might be and I took the information and I also told him that it sounded like the voice of a young black male that really startled them because all of the profiler had said you'd probably adult male with military history and all those types of things too. They were intrigued by why I thought it sounded like a young black male and They just threw a lot of questions at me as I told my story over and over again the phone. Call to officer Derek. The lyles was recorded. But this is his recollection the call he said shut up and listen. I've got some information about so your snipers but I I need you verify some information so he wanted me to look at an incident that occurred in Montgomery Alabama. And tell him what I knew about it as he spoke to me. He was very insistent assistant and told me to get the information forum. I told them my name was officer Derek. Because I didn't want to use my last name. I asked him to call me back in about an hour or so after. I got the phone. Call the detectives. They're told me that there had been shooting in Montgomery Alabama by the liquor store or two women coming out of the store were shot and a black blackmail was seen running from the scene of the accident when he did call back about an hour and a half later. I told him what I had learned. And said what can you tell me about our snipers lifers. How can you help me after I've helped you and he said that It wasn't easy for him to talk right thing because he had to find a telephone that there was no cameras watching or anything like that and that phone call came to an abrupt end when the operator came on saying to continue this call please deposit more coins and then the call abruptly stopped at at that point. The sniper task force took this information and followed it up in the pieces began to fall into place the next time on monster. DC sniper the Alabama incident is interesting ten days days before shots were fired in Maryland to clerks shot outside the ABC beverage store in Montgomery Alabama. He was behind one of the pillars of the business. Rummaging Maged going through a purse the first victims of the serial sniper may have been eight hundred miles south of the Washington Beltway. We got to push with everything we got because we. I don't know how long these resources are GonNa last. I mean we have close to four hundred. FBI agents ATF. And I know there's a limitation to that all this is happening not in days it's happening in hours and now we had a very very clear suspect to pursue by name Monster Dirk. DC sniper is a fifteen episode podcast hosted by Tony Harris and produced by iheartradio and tender TV. Matt Frederick and Alex Williams are executive executive producers on behalf of iheartradio alongside producers Trevor. Young Ben Keeper and Josh Thin Pene Lindsey and Donald Albright are executive producers on behalf of tender foot. TV alongside Producers Meredith Stegman in Christina Dana. Original music is by makeup in Vanity. Set if you haven't having already be sure to check out the first two seasons Atlanta Monster and monster the Zodiac killer. If you have questions or comments email us at monster at iheartmedia heart media DOT COM or you can call us at one eight three three two eight five six six six seven. Thanks for listening. So the only way is through a new podcast in partnership with iheartradio. underarm players coaches coaches and athletes will share intimate and personal stories. Performing at the highest level. Here was Canadian hip tat. Lee Georgia Ella. Were the reason I want is because on the day I was confident and to continue that mentality to understand I can be an Olympic athlete. 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"josh thin" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

Monster: DC Sniper

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"josh thin" Discussed on Monster: DC Sniper

"Are causing security. They're terrified call me next time on monster. DC sniper the first time that this area so far south how has been brought into what seems to be another case of serial sniper attack. When I arrived victim was laying in the parking lot and his wife I was sitting on the sidewalk and had her husband's head in her lap to the rear of where the showcasing was found? There was some type of message attached to a tree. Do not release to the press. Five Red Stars Habur terms. They are non-negotiable. No self-respecting terrorist is GonNa do that number one number two. We finally get a demand at that point. The sniper task force took this information and followed it up in the pieces began to fall into place. Monster DC sniper is a fifteen episode podcast podcast hosted by Tony Harris and produced by iheartradio in tender fatigue. Matt Frederick and Alex Williams are executive producers on behalf of iheartradio alongside producers Trevor. Young Ben Keyboard and Josh Thin Paint Lindsey in Donald Albright our producers on behalf of tender foot TV alongside Hi Producers Meredith Steadman in Christina Dana original music is by makeup in Vanity. Set if you haven't already be sure to check out the first two seasons seasons Atlanta Monster and monster the Zodiac killer if you have questions or comments email us at monster at Iheartmedia dot com or you can call call us at one eight three three two eight five six six six seven. Thanks for listening. Hello guys bobby bones. I host the bobby bones show and I'm pretty much always sleepy because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I get all my friends together so we get into a room and we do a radio show with our allies. We tell our stories we try to find as much good in the world if he possibly can and we looked through the news of the day that you'll care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music too. So wake go for the bunch of my friends on ninety eight point seven W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. Hi Everyone I'm Katie. couric here to let you know that my podcast next question with me. Katie couric is back for. Its second season. I'll be diving into some big issues like this country's devastating maternal mortality Taliban rate the rise of astrology and a little thing called the presidential election listened to next question. It comes out every Thursday on the iheartradio. UH-HUH APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your favorite shows..

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"josh thin" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

Digiday Podcast

14:28 min | 10 months ago

"josh thin" Discussed on Digiday Podcast

"Before we get to this week's interview. I want to encourage you to subscribe to one of digitize other podcasts and that is making marketing every week I speak to leaders in media with this podcast and in making Marketing surprise surprise sharing attack speaks with marketing leaders particularly those with new brands in recent weeks charene sat down with the CO founders of a brand that makes shoes in quarter sizes a CMO of one of the oldest insurance companies in the game that's metlife and the head of marketing over at one of the most visible France that is quip that podcast is making marketing subscribe now wherever you listen to your podcasts. Welcome to the digital podcast asked him Brian Marcy before we get started I wanNA give my usual reminder that you should become a digital plus member but I have an extra inducement digitally plus gets you unlimited access who are content all of our content and even working on a member bonus version of this podcast that should be next year we're not quite sure how that will look but it will happen I promise you mean we also give digital plus members exclusive research and newsletters and a lot more for a limited time go to digital dot com slash subscribe he's podcasts at checkout and you'll get thirty percent off that's thirty percent that's podcast checkup try this week I was joined by Josh thin comb the Global Sierra The Dow Jones Josh and I discussed what revenue diversification looks like Dow Jones with strong subscription business data events and content marketing services are due to its model and we also delve into life after the third party Cookie Hobie enjoying Josh on the podcast thanks for having me it's been a while it has been a while so explain exactly what's under your re-met sure so I oversee advertising and marketing services for our media properties which are the Wall Street Journal Barron's Market Watch financial news and in global business. Not The subs business tell me why these are not an opposition what you're doing and then what what the subscription side is yeah I mean I think if if the advertising goal was just a mass as much scale as possible then you could see a paywall and you know sort of blocking of access to some of our content as in conflict with the advertising business but actually see our businesses selling scarcity selling access to highly engaged first professional audiences and that's exactly what we're building through our membership business okay advertising business a little challenge these days Yeah uh-huh media companies so the market is demarcus challenging that said we have some really interesting bright spots in the AD business okay I'm on the bright spots with the good stuff first thing is I think our digital advertising offering sort of coming into its own admittedly I think the journal and the brands have been a little sleepy on the digital ad front but the actual underlying resources that we have the data that we have is digital advertising gold and I think this has been the year this past year where we finally put the focus and the investment to create really interesting differentiated digiland products and we're seeing record growth as a result so that's you know sort of a growing up I think of the journal digital ad business is growing growing shrinking it's not shrinking okay the opposite of shrink yes exactly right getting bigger so that's a clear bright spot and I think there's more upside for us in the short term because again we're we're scratching the surface of what's possible with the data that we have we had one person in Ad Tech when I started just over a year ago now a sizeable team whose entire job is is to create interesting digital ad products off the back of our first party data and what's an example so well in addition to just offering highly accurate audience segments built off our first party data because of our membership business we had a product that we launched this year called fee attic which was a contextual targeting tool actually built off another product that Dow Jones owns called Fat Tiba so we've built a patented a that sits on top affect Tiba which is a product that ingests thirty three thousand new sources from around the world million articles a day in this algorithm it creates a taxonomy of of themes and get smarter and more nuanced every day then we apply that taxonomy to every new piece of content that we publish on the journal or Barron's Market Watch so we can offer our advertisers the opportunity to be adjacent in real time to incredibly specific themes in terms contents it's much more sophisticated than keyword targeting for example and that's been sort of the hit of the year in Digital Advertising I think we over delivered on our expectations by about three acts in the first year and that's something obviously that average has can't get from Google and facebook I think you know there are very few if any companies that have the access to this much quality content coming through Activa and and certainly no one has is this exact sort of machine learning algorithm we've patented it and you know we're finding that it's again not only incredibly sort of popular with advertisers it's performing much better than almost any other targeting Approach that we take so on the targeting front obviously the pendulum swung very hard towards audience targeting tell you what happened there I don't feel like Holy Shit really and you know we've been talking about it swing back to context I mean are you actually see in this in the market hopeful no I I you know I think it's it's in the interest of publishers that it does but I I think there is some truth in it you know number one audience targeting doesn't take into account in many instances context I think that creates you know some of the brand safety issues we've seen people just chasing audiences said forgetting about anything else so I think there's a sort of a a rationalization around all right well you know I might be getting purser thinking I'm getting a person that I want but where did I find them and what's the context of it so that's the first thing the second and probably bigger change is going to be you know the inability to establish identity at scale across the open web you know as as we enter a world with cookies and more restrictions on third party data so people are going to look for in my mind sort of one of two things one publishers who have significant against amounts of First Party data and can establish some kind of identity on their platforms and and and our properties are in the enviable position of having pretty significant sort of logged in consumption base where we have a big digital membership business we know a lot about the people that are coming to our sites so from an audience targeting perspective you know we're going to become increasingly I think in rarefied company in terms of media companies who have I party data at some amount of scale secondly a are the other the other way to kind of address this this coming cookie apocalypse as it were is to look for proxies audience targeting which is contextual targeting right back to where the I guess the web started to some degree and I think contextual targeting tools are becoming more sophisticated like the one we rolled out we're not the only ones working on products like this so I think you're gonNA see again focus on publishers who have a lot of first party data and I think you're going to see the use of contextual targeting you know come back into vogue think broadly will be the winners of this this cookie pacalypse there's a lot of things going on right now to limit the use of third party cookies in third party cookies have been the workhorse right so that digital advertising was built built on the back of the walled gardens and the big platforms. I think they do well. They've done they this will help them you know th they have identity at scale yes oh they're not as dependent obviously in some cases not really at all dependent on third party data so this will help them and you can say all right what helps them sort of hurts the rest of the publishing industry and in aggregate that may be somewhat true but among the sort of non walled garden options I think you will see sort of winners and losers you know and and winners will be the one who do have a lot of valuable first party data that they can bring to the party needs some scale scale yeah absolutely right our brands are are at an all time high I'm happy to say in terms of paying members but also total digital reach so you know given the audiences we cater to we've got enough scale on which to apply this targeting to be a really interesting option for reaching sort of the the business elite and Oh you know I I like to think we'll be among the the winners in the sort of non walled garden world but it is gonNA come down to sort of a half and half knots in terms of First Party data you know all of the scrutiny on the platforms to actually benefit publishers in in the in the reality of the ad cricket or is that just something that's going on like you know at this really high level yeah no I I think it already is benefiting US actually you know I can't speak to what there's sort of internal motivations are but you know we are seeing better commercial opportunity coming from the platforms than we ever have had so you know we've we've done a couple of big deals this year with platforms I think the general environment is one where they are valued or they are being forced to value so quality journalism and recognize they have to pay for it in some way so I think the relationship between the platforms and and quality publishers is better today than it's maybe ever been and that could be a result of some of the scrutiny on them instead of doing it because they have to but I also think you know consumers are demanding more of them in terms of of what they read on those platforms and wanting to know that there's quality vetted actual information on there it seems like apple is sort of like the favourite platform apple is is apple's very publisher friendly because they're not focused on their AD business they tried to protect exactly right we are partners with apple news plus but that's yeah you sort of nascent advertising platform at this point but Yeah we did we did a a big deal with twitter this year we produced daily video show on twitter called what's now producing twenty plus videos a day live streaming all of our events so how does it work do you sell into that today sound both sort of both it's sort of a coordinated effort and they're they're great partners actually I I think you know twitter has been really fantastic partner both from a you've you know content creation support partner but also in the on the ad sailing side with you know collaborative sales teams in good terms and so we've been really pleased with facebook partner don't know well read into that let's talk about how you stitch you stitch the value proposition together because I mean you're you're coming to the market with a lot more than just all in brands sort of marketing life in the following way one I can help them better understand their target audiences especially when those target audiences are C. suite executives or institutional investors are individual investors the kinds of people that were really effective at reaching an understanding so the the first piece of it is is sort of an insider intelligence piece which is what are these people care about how are these people spending there time what's keeping them up at night a lot of which I can infer from what they're doing on my platforms and how they're using my products so that's the first piece and I think that's obviously helpful for brands because they're getting into the minds of of their customers the second thing I can do is offer them access to those customers through advertising and a very targeted way putting them in front of the right folks you know across the different properties whether that's in print or digital or events which which we can get onto a minute but I can also help them create for this audience so if I sort of I know what is interesting to CFO's as an example I can also because of the products activa get a sense into so much content sort of exists out there in the world on on any number of topics I say here's some white space but it's an area of interest and let us help you you know eight four or shoot for if it's a video or you know program for if it's an event this audience and I think we bring a philosophy with it which is the one that the Journal and the barons newsrooms you know employees every day which is we need to add value to these people's.

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"josh thin" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"josh thin" Discussed on Myths, Legends, and Fairytales of India

"The legend of Roger resolu- back three the conclusion. Welcome to the myths legends and fairy tales of India where he bring to you stories of kings and queens off Princess fairy. And of crafty, wizards and magical be these are classic tales of a vengeful magic and drama. Brought to you in a new of Dodd by God her story. Then russell. Smile it'll and dismounting from his gallon. Steed, Bihan old Iraqi he sat them carelessly to rest. He then sit. Feel not mother I give you my word of on all that. I will risk my life to save your son. Josh thin. The high officials of the city whose duty it was to claim the giants review appeared in sight. The old woman fell of weeping once more saying all prince with the gallant, grace Steed under still been bound high. Do keep your word Maya pressure. Joyce closer. Ben Roger follow rules in shining. Armel and ask the gods to stand site. Fair words replied chief officer. But if this woman does not send the tribute at once Chines comment who in the whole city. Our son must go. I go instead said Roussin, more forcefully still. Stand back and let me pause then this spy denials, he mounted his horse and taking the bus kit of routines and the buffalo. He set off to find the giant. He took the buffalo down the shortest route. Now as he came near the giants house, he met one of them. The giant was caddy a huge jar of water the water carrier Jain saw Roger Assad Lou riding along on his horse hundred Iraqi and leading the buffalo. He said to himself. All whole you have a horse extraordinary. I think I will eat it myself. If all my brother, see it. Then you reached out his hand to grab the horse, but the solid DUIs. Shop saw then cut the shines and off. We will follow for Bill Chind fled from the scene. Great be and feel now as he fled. He bet to Cisco the giant is called out to him. But why so far and what happened? On the giant on Sud in Hase. Louis comet lost and see. Yes. Got. Bill. Then the giant overcome with feel fled with a brother and as be fled. They called up. The nearest file bonds high that sports about the interest. Lives joys. We have seen east and west. We must Wandel what has be has be quick. Some solution. We must bond up. This is the part where the team

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"josh thin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"josh thin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"That's what it was. Yeah. Beat. It'd be quite the travel go from to go from Florida to Maine Elvin Huntsville is the farthest in the south and east. Farther south east. Yeah. But there's some good hockey clubs down in Florida as well. Right. So Merrimack not located in Florida, though, central Florida and south Florida both have your programs great UCF hockey team can complain that they didn't get into the right, exactly. Although they will because the NCAA hockey's a lot fairer than football. Ain't that the truth? The. Wheels. The hockey fan wants Arizona state in the NCAA true or false. If it's gonna take a while for those western schools to join division one. Yes. I want them in the NCA. But if it's not going to take them, a while, you want them to form their own teams like UNLV and USC and all these will be with them. There's starting to put it together. Then I'd say hang on. And then former conference in the west. Mocha air force. Probably right. Pretty sweet deal grace. Frank loves the. Josh thin in the conference one Arizona state true or false based on how they're doing this year. I would be shocked. They don't. Mike Aveline in NCHS's coaches want. Arizona state in the conference L true or false. Nope. Maybe North Dakota does but. We got get out of this. Vacation baby. We're stuck at Grand Forks for the rest of our lives. Like not by not by because that's where they grew up. There. Literally snowed in three hundred sixty five days out of the year. He's actually my aunt and uncle used to live in Bismarck. And I went up there. And it was the worst vacation I've ever had in my life. We were snowed in for the entire week. Yeah. And I was like six I remember it because that's how scarring literally the only reason to go to any state that ends into coda is to see those rock formations that they've made. True. That's literally it outside of that just drives straight through and go to Canada. Although having we've seen enough pictures two eight six zero zero four six. We'll take your thoughts. All by the way. I twelve days of takes Smith's giveaway coming up next air force against army hockey tickets giving away next on extra sports thirteen hundred. Here's an Xtra sports look at the streets. Northbound academy at.

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"josh thin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"josh thin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"In our made a comment apparently touched on this but mueller i believe the jump in the gone my first impression was that he nervous um i think it harming on it trump at a great day yesterday factor i don't think he has done anything they gave fifth the grand jury less than a mayor listen to me he's not doing this for nothing they're looking for something and if they don't find anything they will create something like conflicting testimony people's recollections being different like inconsistent testimony people's recollections being different you need to listen to me on this this is not to be dismissed i am anything's had our event no it's not true go ahead no i agree with you on the present at all they got the date there's no crime there therefore they're trying to create a crime well looks at ort went the prison what's her name the woman hello that designer exactly it's a story she what the prison cherry committed a crime wreck all right thanks thanks for your edification let's keep going donna frederick maryland the great wmal go hand out mark i am very concerned about let me slammed on a do you happen to know somebody in frederick maryland by the name of them her name ring to foul threat i can kill in quite you don't how josh thin in frederick barrel in his famous in frederick peril at the ncaa now unmarked all right go right ahead but in our work into it cannot get back at our oneminute dan i'm sorry to step on your toes guy it you're an on my part that i i grew up the show today that you're getting into the mood at the matter and i love how you do that why can wait for it back to abu president crop i urge or you know or acquitting throwing that around filed lower but i couldn't back and and create more problems on the route only parade and you may or may not what i can't believe it but if you were his on here now i wouldn't fire because they replace them with.

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"josh thin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"josh thin" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Contain as part of an investigation into potential coordination between the trump campaign and russia use of a grand jury a standard prosecution tool in his criminal investigations suggest the wet mueller and his team of investigators are likely to hear from dallas and demand documents in the coming weeks and months lawmakers scattered for their summer recess thursday they'll face voters back home with cause for frustration about an unproductive congress led by a party given over recently to in fighting a fire broke out after midnight in one of the world's tallest residential towers and dubai friday morning engulfing part of the skyscraper and sending chunks of debris plummeting below more than forty four grand jury less than a mayor lesson to me he's not doing this for nothing they're looking for something and if they don't find anything they will create something like conflicting testimony people's recollections being different like inconsistent testimony people's recollections being different you need to lesson to me on this this is not to be dismissed many anything said our event no it's not true go ahead no i agree with you on a regret that all they got the date there's no crime there therefore they're trying to create a crime oh looks at ort went the prison what's her name the woman hello that designer own incorrectly martha stewart she what the prison chair a committed a crime wrecked all thank thanks for your edification let's keep going i frederick maryland the great wmal go how mark i'm i'm very concerned about the misplanned land on a do you happen to know somebody in frederick maryland by the name of trust them name rinker foul pratt ikhwan and quite out josh thin and frederic barrel in his famous in frederick maryland at the fake are now unmarked all right go right ahead but look into it may not get back at our oneminute that i'm sorry to step on your toes guy now on red eye coat that i laugh at them i love the show today but you're getting into the mood at the matter and i love how you do that why can turn a secret back to abu president trump the fire or you know i mean equal can throwing that around file lower but i think that can and create what crowd down the.

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