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"kennedy smith" Discussed on 710 WOR
"That would. That would have been nice. You know, to have people that you say Wow, he could handle all of these lunatic Democrats because he's smarter and more season than them. But did you do you think that that like at any point We can start to say that moderates and people that are still up for I don't know how anyone can know they're going to vote. For this point. People suffer their votes. They see the Democrats haranguing the attorney general like lunatics, and say Maybe I don't want these people in charge. Oh, yes. Oh, yes, I watch two out two hours of it, and then a cz. Much fun as it was. I just hope for Pete's sake. I've got to get on with my day. Hope. See family plays this again, but I mean, every five minutes, I'd be saying to myself. I hope the RNC is cutting that. I hope they're getting a clip of that for the ad. No, the Democrats did not do themselves any favors. I don't see the point of just calling someone You know what it reminds me of long, long. Ago. Um, I was just in law school. I think I may not even been lost doesn't matter. But the prosecution of William Kennedy Smith down in Palm Beach for for for a night of rape on Easter Sunday that the accusation was with dear old Uncle Ted, and one of the things that struck me was that the feminist prosecutor and she was a feminist and it's relevant to what I'm about to say. When she had believing Kennedy Smith on the stand. She was really nasty. Tio, um and and William Kennedy Smith came up like he was the victim. No way. The second, the one who, whether, Well, the jury ended up acquitting him. So apparently the bad ass feminist approach didn't really work. No, you're you end up creating sympathetic characters even of people that the audience is primed to be again on. I can't imagine anyone watching that, William that Bill bar hearing on not thinking Would you let him answer? Yeah, and you know, and we had we had Ah, Ken Cuccinelli, whose number to a D a chess earlier this hour, and I thought you'd appreciate this and I want your reaction to it. I asked him. I said, look, the most for me really The most power there were a few great moments with with Bill Bar. I think he's the best Cabinet member of this administration, the most effective and I also think you could argue he may have saved the trump presidency with the whole Mueller reports and not allowing him to run away with that nonsense. But can Cuccinelli said that I asked him, you know, Attorney General Bar stated, Why is it that no Democrat speak out against riots? How is it possible that this is not a problem is that you know that what they're seeing? They're trying to blind federal, actually blind federal agents like we should all be on the same team about this And I said, you know, Tio Cuccinelli, who's number two, a VHS. Well, what if the basic what the heck's going with Democrats, he said. Some of them get briefed, and it's clear there's so I mean, he didn't say this, but it's clear they're so dumb. They actually believe that, like the moms of anti far the really thing and like nothing's actually happening, that's bad. And then when we explain to them and they're clearly surprised that there are weapons, everything else they go, okay. And then they go out and just say the same crap. It's unbelievable. It is baffling to me. I don't know if you saw the Nicholas Kristof article in The New York Times, claiming he was out there on the front lines of Portland. And I mean the title of the calm, You should look at it something like You know, Help me find Donald Trump's violence Antifa, and he claims he's laundering around Portland, although they're just so, so they're sweet. They're helping one another. And so I go to the front lines. They're playing music. I mean, according to him, it's just you know a gas. It's a street fair. Ah, Meanwhile, we've been watching. Andy knows videos every single night going on for 60 days. Now. Not not the moment the federal got their own long before that, with just beast violence coming from these these and Defoe lunatics. I, of course, have seen it relatively up close for the last couple of years doing college speeches. Um, they show it a pop up in a lot of places, so to have this sort of thing running in The New York Times The Christof need an escort from from the many conservative journals. Apparently, I mean, you and I have discussed Andy No. Wasn't even conservative. These things in themselves. Justin Journalists get attacks, so I guess now he is on the conserves. But you know that they're a bunch of journalists out there, including men do you have with the black guy who went up? Conservative journalist goes up from Northern California and a white antifa stabbed him in the back. I heard I heard about this. It's Nick Kristof for this. Well, this is this is like when the white when white liberals at these protests Start telling either black police officers or just other black counter protesters were there, but but black people lecturing them on their blackness and the lives let this go like, Yeah, you know, I mean, the guy, the white guy, he's on our team, So we're just going to say this is fine. It's completely insane. I mean, and it's actually hard to even debate some of these positions or even describe it because I actually believe, and I've only got about a minute for this, but I think the left is going through a mass mental illness, and I don't say that to be funny. No, I agree. And so do a lot of AA. Lot of liberals. I know. I mean, obviously the liberals that who would be friends with the likes of May They are real liberal. You know Obama voters and so on an anti trump, but but they're a little. They've noticed this too, when they're not very happy, which is why at this point, I'd say the elections and draw And cold to everybody and Coulter dot com for her latest and check out her book, and next time she's on him and a harasser to start writing another one. And thanks so much for being with us take care out there. Did you talk to you about the lie? On the left is completely insane. We will have some closing thoughts on that in just a sec. The young lady from the rescue delivered happy and.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on KOMO
"The family of a soldier who vanished from Fort Hood Texas it's been nearly two months since twenty year old private first class Vanessa Gillen vanish from Fort Hood her keys wallet in military ID card left in the office where she'd been working despite assurances from the army and the police I haven't seen proof as to what they claim that there's been search is going on I haven't seen anything that proves to me that they are actually searching my regulations as a reward fund for information about her sister has grown to over fifty five thousand dollars Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas the last surviving sibling of the Kennedy clan is passed on Jean Kennedy Smith the youngest daughter of Joseph and rose Kennedy died at her home in Manhattan she was the United States ambassador to Ireland who prodded negotiations in the nineteen nineties that resulted in the Belfast agreement she was the first Kennedy woman of her generation to play a serious political role Jean Kennedy Smith had introduced her brother John to Jacquelyn Robert to Ethel and married Stephen Smith who oversaw the Kennedy fortune in outliving her siblings she indoors all of the tragedies that have befallen the family Jean Kennedy Smith was ninety two Erin to Turkey ABC news New York urban mountain lion a young fifty pound mountain lion was spotted sleeping in a planter box in a normally busy street in downtown San Francisco also seen looking at his reflection in the glass of an office tower eventually animal animal control officers captured it for release into the wild this is ABC news someone whose time for past the hour traffic.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Of good stuff about Jean Kennedy Smith in there too about how she almost ran off she did run off to Paris with the Alan Jay Lerner the the the composer of Camelot and Harvard classmate of Jack and Joe Kennedy tried to run off of them he did he spit a rap there's a lot of stuff about her son William Kennedy Smith rape trial there's three chapters on the rape trial in Palm Beach because I was there at the at the trial but the rape and so we it's a great it's a great gift great thank you bye a great bargain how we car show dot com click on store and you get to both volumes for fourteen ninety five you save twenty Bucks save twenty five Bucks on both volumes Liz your next without white cargo headless thanks so much as still there yeah I'm here okay let's unpack there without you just said the carry heavy but I wanted to you and then comment on the story about the gentleman in Oxford who had his whole building shut down yes okay so are not only should his a nutrition store be considered essential which I heard that it had been but have been subsequently shut down by the gym should be considered essential and the reason being is because people realize metabolic disorders and can jump connective tissue disorders we need to keep using their body and their joints and we need to physical rehabilitation centre insurance will not cover both of those are essential nutrition aspect metabolic disorders that need supplementation like amino acids and things like that then foreman just for your mental health but just for your mental health Liz I mean people people feel better after they work out yeah published things that are appropriately punished inappropriate thank is here here's the thing here's what's crazy in Massachusetts the gyms are shut down but the liquor store open I have nothing against liquor stores but I would say you're better off long term being a GM then in a liquor store and the liquor stores were opened a lot sooner than the churches were open then I'd say you're better off at the church than in a liquor store I don't know me to be a prohibitionist either I'm just stating I think the fact that the point is that what is essential is subjective to who the person is maybe at the end of someone's day a nice glass of wine is essential to their mental health or maybe it's a nice long run at the gym but it's too subjective to start praying for Charlie Baker to decide what is essential in my life or versus your life right exactly they you know we we live in a free country there should be no such thing as essential or nonessential right but isn't essential is what you the citizen considerate central what is essential is freedom and we have it and that's why we can decide what is essential versus what is not as I had it in Massachusetts yes thank you how he had it and I remember it fondly yes thanks for the call list John you're next with a white car go ahead John they are able to get out not sure how the your son down and stuff like that and then doing something with the state of Maine my son lives in Maine and currency in her father's day because he's afraid because there and when he comes back they ask where is this where you go it's just you know just.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Limitations apply the Illinois state Supreme Court says the city of Chicago can keep all records of complaints about police officers no matter how old they are the police union filed a lawsuit saying that it wanted records more than five years old to be destroyed this ruling from the state Supreme Court in Springfield is a major victory for police reform advocates they say that these records are crucial to any effort to monitor cops with a history of complaints now the president of the police union Jon Catton Serra says the apple P. may appeal this ruling today all the way to the United States Supreme Court the U. S. Supreme Court with a big ruling today rejecting president trump's efforts to end legal protections for the group known as dreamers six hundred fifty thousand young immigrants brought here illegally as children conservative Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts voted with the four liberals to handed the president a defeats five to four defeat for president trump his second big defeat this week at the United States Supreme Court Jean Kennedy Smith has died she was the last surviving sibling of president John F. Kennedy she also was the U. S. ambassador who played a key role in the peace process in Northern Ireland Jean Kennedy Smith was ninety two years old she was the eighth of nine children born to Joseph and rose Kennedy and McDonald's the Chicago based company hiring two hundred sixty three two hundred sixty thousand people this summer in the United States McDonald's is gearing up to reopen it in that store dining of course it's not allowed yet in Illinois but in other states you can you will be able to eat inside at a McDonald's WLS news time five thirty six the news is sponsored in part by the law offices of Jeffery leving when searching for a father's rights attorney search dad's rights dot com one big trouble spot right now is on the Jane Addams westbound is jammed between route thirty one and Randall road because of an accident there at Randall road again that's on the westbound Jane Adams eastbound I. eighty gem from Tennessee to the tri state the tristate northbound slow from the Reagan to the Eisenhower southbound it's slow from high eighty two eighty ninety four lake.
Jean Kennedy Smith, JFK's last surviving sibling, has died
"Jean Kennedy Smith has died she was the last surviving sibling of president John F. Kennedy she also was the U. S. ambassador who played a key role in the peace process in Northern Ireland Jean Kennedy Smith was ninety two years old she was the eighth of nine children born to Joseph and rose
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"B. L. T. valid in store only through six twenty four U. S. only excludes Alaska and Hawaii Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on the threes and we are seeing sunny skies out there except for a couple of coastal areas new Bedford you're mostly cloudy seventy five Cape Cod also another cloudy day for second day in a row we are at eighty two degrees in Boston right now we should hit eighty five tonight are low sixty seven that's the low a warm night ahead getting ninety degrees tomorrow Saturday and Sunday beach weather summer arrives during the war the details coming up this is WBZ newsradio ten thirty with the news watch never stop good Thursday afternoon I'm Laurie Kirby here are the five things you need to know what twelve forty five we're standing by for a news conference from the mayor of Boston is should get underway around one o'clock we will take that life another one and a half million Americans filed for unemployment help last week this number is still staggeringly high but we are seeing a downward trend for the eleventh straight week the end of a legacy Jean Kennedy Smith the youngest and last surviving sibling of the Kennedy clan dies at the age of ninety two three Boston city councilors are looking to make Juneteenth a city wide holiday and more now on the exclusive interview with John Bolton the president's former national security adviser ahead of that bomb shell book and of course is a fight over whether or not it will hit the shelves next week ABC's Karen Travers is in Washington covering John Bolton is making explosive accusations against president trump the former national security adviser telling.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WTVN
"Of this new safe schools work group is a step forward in that direction of working towards these demands that the district two year contract with CPD actually expires at the end of this month on June thirtieth the school board president this gives them time to reevaluate the school's meets the district says the group will include a broad range of students families staff members this strict partners as well as community members eager Nancy Pelosi is ordering the removal of portraits of four former speakers of the house who served in the confederacy she said her order marks the anniversary of Juneteenth the June nineteenth commemorates the end of slavery in the U. S. to remove the portraits of four previous speakers of the house who served in the confederacy hello she said she would also like to remove Confederate statues in the capitol but that is a decision that is left up to the individual states the last surviving sibling of president John F. Kennedy has passed away today her daughter Kim tells The New York Times that Jean Kennedy Smith died yesterday at her home in Manhattan she was the eighth of nine children born to Joseph P. and rose Kennedy and her siblings included former president John F. Kennedy senator Robert Kennedy and senator Ted Kennedy Smith was a diplomat appointed ambassador to Ireland by president Bill Clinton and played a role in the Northern Ireland peace process in nineteen fifty six she married Stephen Edward Smith who would later become a White House chief of staff and she leaves behind four children Jean Kennedy Smith was ninety two in New York City Tonya Jack powers fox news radio six ten WTVN double a division one council yesterday approved a six week practice plan that begins in July it'll transition team for voluntary workouts to the typical mandatory meetings in preseason camps to prepare for the twenty twenty season it'll also allow coaches to interact with their players for the first time since mid March Major League Baseball sent a proposal of the players yesterday for sixty game season and a full pro rated pay no deal yet but under the proposal the season would begin July nineteenth at cavs all star Kevin love will be honored with the.
Jean Kennedy Smith Dies at 92; Helped Forge Peace in Northern Ireland
"Jean on the other Kennedy side I guess Smith you need to get the former to ambassador to sixty and the do last you surviving see sibling more of than president a dozen John Republicans F. Kennedy out has there died who would according vote to the U. S. embassy for in Ireland a daca she was fix ninety two if years it old were brought to the floor NPR's don Gonyea reports but let me be Jean honest Kennedy with you Smith Alexion was always one of which the quieter brings more people lesser that feels known lighter members on the issue of her famous it would make it a lot family easier she was right known now what for day of her testifying extensive back philanthropy to the Senate and we ought worked to try on the political for the campaigns sake of the seven ever hundred more thousand famous young brothers people and their families John Robert we owe it and to him Edward to give it a try do but you it think never that that had is a formal the more likely job path in public here life to make until this president an election Clinton issue and named see what her happens ambassador in twenty twenty to one Ireland in nineteen ninety I three hope that the issue she is is resolved credited before that with helping and I think clear the house a is path for provided talks a perfect that opportunity would lead Mister to a Freeman Northern promise Ireland activated peace past agreement the second and I hope youngest the children of were nine told Kennedy consider children taking out she married if not New York but I financier hope there are enough Stephen people across Smith America who who died understand in nineteen the teaching ninety people deserve a chance in twenty eleven to president call America Obama home awarded Jean senator Kennedy but it's always Smith a pleasure the presidential talking with you thank medal you so of much freedom
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WTOP
"Mortgage dot com from their home to yours the team at rocket mortgage is with you I read a Kessler WTOP traffic to storm team four meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts wristed a low eighties you may have to Dodge a few showers occasional showers even a thunderstorm or two later on this afternoon Nancy fog overnight and then we'll have more coverage of showers around tomorrow so showers throughout the day few thunderstorms that could bring some heavy rain later on tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening low eighties operators with afternoon showers and storms on Saturday and some people get around just for rickets and right now we've got cloudy skies seventy degrees as we head to the low eighties today it is ten forty one now a new report on the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant and eight others says the pilot reported the aircraft was ascending when it was actually descending the national transportation safety board says the pilot told air traffic controllers that he was climbing to four thousand feet to get above the clouds when in fact the chopper was plunging toward a hillside where it crashed in northwest Los Angeles the report says the pilot may have misperceived the angles at which she was descending in banking and that can happen when a pilot becomes disoriented in foggy conditions we are learning today about the death of Jean Kennedy Smith the last surviving sibling of president John F. Kennedy she was ninety two Jeanne was the eighth of nine children born to Joseph and rose Kennedy and her mother in particular exerted a strong influence on her upbringing teammate is very conscious that we were very lucky to have a big family that got along and that time.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The layoffs keep coming I'm Dave Anthony fox news there were nearly as many people out of work filing for unemployment last week as the week before in this corona because recession fox's Lillian was the numbers and stock market reaction live Dave another one and a half million people filed for first time jobless up last week that's slightly above expectations and possibly due to a second wave of layoffs triggered by weak demand another indication we could be facing a long recovery the continuing claims numbers they're also above expectations the Dow's under pressure down more than a hundred forty points the S. and P. also down seven but the nasdaq is actually up but less than a point Dave William John Bolton keeps going after his old boss calling president trump unfit for office telling ABC news he was so focused on the re election that longer term considerations fell by the wayside there's actual security advisers book is due out Tuesday involving claims the president asked China for help getting reelected in addition to the Ukraine controversy alleging also gave favors to dictators he likes president trump called the book illegal telling fox's Hannity it is full of highly classified information that he did not have approval and he's within a short time ago it's a compilation of lies and made up stories the justice department is going to court trying to block the book's release ray shark Brooke's funeral in Atlanta will be next week at the historic Ebenezer Baptist church the officer shot it was not charged with murder get Ralph lawyer told fox Brooks resisted arrest and targeted the officer with Ralph's owned taser went over his head is because it was saying to his face and that's the exact problem with a person who is not trained and why it becomes a deadly incapacitating weapons second officers been charged with aggravated assault Jean Kennedy Smith has died former ambassador to Ireland she was also for president John F. Kennedy's last surviving.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Two minutes the pace that we do not want to be hitting so far this year and also who's gonna be running for Attorney General on the Democrat side all that and more coming up from the plumbing heating paramedics studios after fox news you're listening to ninety three W. why BC W. white BC HD one Indianapolis the layoffs keep coming I'm Dave Anthony fox news there were nearly as many people out of work filing for unemployment last week as the week before this corona because recession fox's lonely in what was the numbers and stock market reaction live Dave another one and a half million people filed for first time jobless of last week that's slightly above expectations and possibly due to a second wave of layoffs triggered by weak demand another indication we could be facing a long recovery the continuing claims numbers they're also above expectations the Dow's under pressure down more than a hundred forty points the S. and P. also down seven but the nasdaq is actually up but less than a point Dave William John Bolton keeps going after his old boss calling president trump unfit for office telling ABC news he was so focused on the re election that longer term considerations fell by the wayside there's actual security advisers book is due out Tuesday involving claims the president asked China for help getting reelected in addition to the Ukraine controversy alleging also gave favors to dictators he likes president trump calls the book illegal telling fox's Hannity it is full of the card information that he did not have approval and he's with a short time ago is a compilation of lies and made up stories the justice department is going to court trying to block the book's release radar Brooks funeral in Atlanta will be next week at the historic Ebenezer Baptist church the officer shot and is not charged with murder here Ross lawyer told fox Brooks resisted arrest and targeted the officer with Ralph's owned taser went over his head is because it was saying to his face and that's the exact problem with a person who is not trained and why it becomes a deadly incapacitating weapons second officers were charged with aggravated assault Jean Kennedy Smith has died former ambassador to Ireland she was also former president John F. Kennedy's last surviving sibling.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WTOP
"Wifi and phone outlets they have you covered is it best bus dot com for more details Jack Taylor WTOP traffic can we get our forecast now the storm team four meteorologist Lauren rickets a few spotty showers floating through the region right now that's how it's going to be through much of the day Spani too occasional showers could even have a some thunderstorms later on this afternoon it's a muggy and it's gonna be warm today temperatures are gonna be in the low eighties for daytime highs today now over ninety will be cloudy with some patchy fog of course we're seeing some fog out there right now what has evolved overnight temperatures in the sixties we stay in the low eighties tomorrow we'll have scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the day I think the coverage is gonna be a little less today than tomorrow but again we'll have those just get showers and thunderstorms likely in the afternoon but we'll have maybe a few showers tomorrow morning as well Saturday you think we get a little bit of sunshine in the morning and then we'll have some widespread showers and thunderstorms by Saturday afternoon temperatures on Saturday upper eighties and then by Sunday may have to Dodge a few showers and thunderstorms for those fathers day festivities particularly in the afternoon morning will be dry on father's day temperatures around ninety right now we're seventy one here in Washington Baltimore coming in at sixty seven and that was at sixty eight ten Frederick at seventy and Lauren right now we have sixty seven degrees in friendship heights brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week nine twenty two now Jean Kennedy Smith the youngest sister last surviving sibling of president John F. Kennedy has died at the age of ninety two her daughter Kim says her mother died yesterday at her Manhattan home Smith served as ambassador to Ireland for five years under president Clinton she also founded an arts education program that supports artists with physical or mental disabilities democratic Virginia state senator Jennifer McClellan says she'll seek the democratic nomination for governor entering what's expected to be a crowded field ahead of the twenty twenty one election Oakland has represented Richmond in either the house of delegates or the state Senate since two thousand six if she's elected McClellan would be the first African American woman to serve as the state's chief executive in American history the second African American person to lead Virginia she's the second Democrat to announce a run after.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"I'm given being covers the X. real time traffic updates just minutes away all right time to check in with ten news weather caster Vanessa pod save innocent already as we get through the rest of your weekend I should say the end of your screen we're going to see gradual warming as we get through father's day as wild coastal highs are gonna be in the lower seventies meanwhile in land will be in the mid seventies Julie we'll see a high of about seventy three meanwhile desert are gonna stick in the triple digits with any as was actor forecast EBITDA spots for ABC ten news sixty four cloudy in downtown San Diego el Cajon checks in with sixty one in Paraguay it's sixty degrees end up in Encinitas sixty is well covered years time at six oh two the radio six hundred cocoa breaking news we're getting more than Jean Kennedy Smith the last surviving sibling of president John F. Kennedy is dead at ninety two Smith a former ambassador to Ireland passed away in Manhattan Wednesday night her daughter Kim Smith told NBC news that she lived an amazing life the positive test rate for coronavirus and hanging it two percent today with the rolling fourteen day average of two point nine the county keeping an eye on new community outbreaks are just groups of three or more outside of the home or some sort of congregate living facility throwback trigger is seven new community outbreaks in a rolling seven day period right now or it's six active outbreaks in community setting locations the renew outbreaks since yesterday and the definition for community outbreak is three or more confirmed cases Dr Wilma Wooten public health officer says the six outbreaks are in restaurants wanted a home and in three work settings for more people have died from the virus that's a total of three twenty seven now during the outbreak ninety five percent of the patients who have died had no underlying medical conditions a covert recovery task force has been created to make sure neighborhoods of people of color are treated with more equity moving forward.
A very Canadian solution to a problem well hopefully never face
"At the heart of today's topic is a problem. That Canada will hopefully never face when you just have to look around the world to see how devastating it can be when it does happen in a muddy field outside on an army of bulldozers is breaking ground racing to build up thousand bed hospital to treat victims of the corona virus the Congo. This French train is far from the usual bags and suitcases. This high speed service has been requisitioned for medical use the makeshift hospital and the javits center now is taking patients and there is another field hospital going up this in central park. If covert nineteen spikes again and overwhelms our healthcare system. Canadian officials will have to act quickly. They will need to create a task force and develop a plan to handle the overflow. Who will put that plan together? How fast can they do it? Where will the building go? Where will the beds go where we'll the nurses dress? How does a field hospital come together while sitting on some of their desks will be a very Canadian document to help them? Figure that out because it turns out that almost every place in Canada from our biggest cities to our smallest towns as a facility that is ready and waiting to be turned into a makeshift hospital. I mean you can probably guess what that is. But I don't want to spoil the surprise. The story of how this plan came together and exactly what would need to be done to execute while. That's also very Canadian. And so right. After Claire gives us an update on cove nineteen in Canada. Today I am pleased to present a very good news story. Both because of the fact that this document exists and because so far at least it looks like it won't be needed so clear. How are we doing? Canada marked a grim milestone on Monday. Topping five thousand deaths from Kovic nineteen and most of those more than three thousand are in Quebec despite this schools in Quebec outside of the Montreal area have reopened with restrictions in place schools in Montreal are set to reopen may twenty fifth in British Columbia Phase. Two of the reopening plan will start next week if the cove nineteen situation. There remains as steady as it's been so phase two means. Some businesses will be allowed to reopen with some restrictions in place and people will be allowed to gather in groups of up to six people after the Victoria Day long weekend. Bbc's provincial health officer. Dr Bonnie Henry cautioned everyone to be patient and calm in the coming weeks. Ontario saw another day of decline in cases of covert nineteen on Monday and the province's chief medical officer of health. Dr David Williams said the province is anticipating whether or not it can begin the next phase of recovery. Despite this terrier state of emergency is expected to be extended today until June second as of Monday evening sixty nine thousand nine hundred and eighty-one cases of covert nineteen in Canada with five thousand one hundred deaths. I'm Jordan he's Rawlings. Is the big story. Kennedy Smith is the managing principal of an engineering firm called integral group and He started down a long process that led to an interesting Potentially Very Canadian solution to a problem. Kenny hi I'm doing all right thanks My first question for you is just. How did the group that began? This process come together. And what was its original intention in a weekend to work from home or a couple of weeks and I was. I was sat home one night and I just start thinking by you know. How can we respond as a design construction operations community to help what's going on in the world and and more locally within our community My wife is a is a narcis sick kids. So I also start getting a bit of fear around if if additional facilities or temperatures were needed in if they're if they're put up too quickly or a certain way it may actually create another area of risk for people working within them. So I just started thinking about you know. How can we respond for the right reasons as a community? And I reached I. I'd just can reach site to some some people in Lincoln and made an open call just to whoever was interested. Whoever was willing to put forward their own personal time adds to help right across our industry. So everything from architecture engineering fabrication construction operation. Everything just kind of put it out there. And the response was fantastic. And a lot of people responded. I think I think people were kind of looking for an opportunity to help in any way they could. And and this gave them this this platform to do it So a lot of people responded and we just kind of kicked it off and started from there really moving beyond that we we started speaking to some people on the on the user side trying to understand the actual needs of healthcare professionals the hospitals. And I'm the timelines 'cause you know we're we're used to designing and constructing sewer lengthy timeline. So you know right off the right out of the gate. They told us You know these things if their needs Would NEED TO BE IMPLEMENTED WITHIN. Can of two three weeks so a create this very very fast rapids requirement. We realized that we essentially had a week to try and pull something together with team. Yeah so then. We kicked off and started going. What was the first step? I guess In that process. And what were you considering as you sort of looked around at what might be available? It was it was quite crazy. I mean I think usually you've got some more time to really reflect and gather ideas across in many different groups in this scenario you've got a lot of people That have amazing ideas but you also have to make decisions very quickly to to try and move things forward so the first step was just kinda committing to a building type and kind of moving forward with a design and construction at a church for that building type. How many different kinds of buildings did you look at? And what was the that you had? So I think initially we. We started thinking on a large scale when you saw what was happening across the rest of the world in the UK in the United States where there were retrofit saying no major convention centers arenas airports we we. I started thinking about that and then after speaking to the healthcare user groups of Front we realized that maybe a more scalable solution would be better based on the on the needs as they came in so something that wasn't necessarily a too large scale Something that was more medium scale that we could actually implement some better measures to control the The clinical functions of space and air movement. Things like that so we first started considering large and then we started thinking what is a good can building type. On that museum scale that could be easily replicated first of all locally but an essentially anywhere in Canada we thought about hotels. There is a really good opportunity with hotels for People who couldn't self isolate People who couldn't get into amp shelters Could you know accommodate the needy and The people that needs to be helped on they could safely self isolate but in terms of a clinical function. It's Kinda hard to and I'm with the constant Clinton and maintaining the conditions in that space. So yeah we landed very quickly on arenas and then very quickly on ice arenas and you know is very Canadian response They are located all over the commune insane over Canada and the buildings themselves. Although there's there's there's variations of them the main components of these buildings don't really differ that much so you have the kind of ice arena where the WASHROOMS are entranceways Asi. Tin Area Zamboni entrances. You know these. These are all things that remain pretty consistent across any facility so if we could create a designer or sponsor runs one it could easily be replicated across any so. I think that's that's how we can have whittled a dining came to that as that building site so I think everybody listening can kind of picture either a professional hockey arena or their own local arena with the same kind of characteristics. When you're starting with that what do you then have to do? In order to convert it into something that can really help patients and also maintain safety like what does that actually look like on the ground. If you were to put this into action I mean I mean the first thing you've got to consider as what are the clinical functions you know what's it going to be used for? What do the healthcare professionals need in that space? And then can hide you separate out the building to maintain separation between kind of clean and clean supplies or supplies. 'em Hygiene tain separation between people and processing people can come in and and and leaving so we very quickly came Syria. A consensus with the team with some amazing healthcare plan ours. About how do we can chop up the space and very kind of basic terms to separate and maintain these functions so it was really using that main ice arena space to to have patients fitted and embeds comfortably? That could be checked on and could be tended to And then some of the exterior spaces could be fitted for the healthcare professionals storage of supplies and and then maintain some of the base building function so still maintaining the washroom areas and the change rooms for healthcare professionals and patients alike and then in the exterior spaces at most of these locations or surrounded by parking There's there's usually space around them so we had opportunities to also include four temporary trailers or additional spaces to store equipment and to put in additional mechanical equipment to maybe have some some temporary areas for doctors nurses to actually get some downtime and to hang out so You know we could kind of add to it like Lego blocks and as as where needed with I really doing too much to the existing infrastructure. Yeah I've taken a look just at one of the little plans you kind of sketched out yet. Looks Amazingly Just like a hockey arena only It's been transformed. Did you game out? How long that would take you and how much it would cost. And how quickly you can set it up. Because I know we've heard things from around the world of you know how quickly China has thrown up field hospitals or quickly. New York has transferred stuff. So what's the timeline in the cost there so I mean the cost is something
"kennedy smith" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"As I would wish to L. in support of the wound up. Now you don't have the new King Irish in and you his people happiness and prosperity with all my heart guard the best you all. Edward became king on January twentieth. Nineteen thirty six and gave up the crown to marry American Wallace Simpson twice divorced. which at the time was scandalous? Edward and his wife were appointed the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and traveled extensively until his death in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy two at the age of seventy seven and that. That's just then went into seclusion until her death in one thousand nine hundred eighty six at the age of eighty nine Germany and Italy declared war on the US on this date in nineteen forty one declared war on Germany and Italy. United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund founded on this date in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. We know it's still today as shake. Vara spoke at the United Nations General Assembly in New York City in one thousand nine hundred sixty four an unknown terrorist by the mortar. Shell L. at the building during the speech the Libertarian Party of the US formed on this date in one thousand nine hundred seventy one and in one thousand nine hundred seventy two. Apollo seventeen became the sixth permission to land on the moon the SUPERFUND project enacted by Congress and in one thousand nine hundred ninety. One William Kennedy Smith and nephew of then Massachusetts -Chusetts Senator Edward Kennedy cleared of charges of rape at the family's Palm Beach State. I WanNA thank the jurors and everybody who came and sat.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Man dot com. An interview with the emperor of hey. Whether it's Kennedy battle on one or two which chapter was your favorite to right. I think my favorite chapters fluoro- would be the chapters about over the famous nineteen Ninety-one rape trial of William Kennedy Smith because I was there at the trial, and I knew the town of Palm Beach, and I knew all the bars that they were getting wasted in. I knew the mansion comfortably numb by the say. And it was just it was just a great thing. And when I went to mass, I get the sit behind them at Saint Edwards. Every Sunday have you ever been confronted by Moonbat in real life? Yeah. It'd be a. Yeah. Over and over again at book signings people come up to me and say, I'm a hate monger, both Kennedy Babylon one and to have a mazing characters, which one's your favorite my favorite caricature was of Joe Kennedy. When the caricature came back, I said, it's only lacking one thing you need a swastika armband we hit Matthews brothers. Love this time of year. Love love loving while you might ask hurricane season baby. So what that means torrential rains catastrophic winds at least one dial wanting a week about the end of the world, as we know it from buffington if prognosticators over at whatever government agency is in Jamaica needs predictions are correct this season. We'll be worse than last year's, which of course, is going to be worse than the which was going to be worse than the before that. And well, you know, what we're going to get. Why do we look forward to hurricane season? Simple. It gives us an opportunity to show off on these wicked awesome. Maybe windows we build. Withstand with lows in excess of one hundred seventy five miles an hour. Cat five hurricane. Now. We hit New England rarely see canes, and when we do their category three a less, but isn't it? Nice to know that if buffington ever get it, right? You'll be safe behind our windows. You could see amazing windows for yourself. It only window professionals were on the web at nephews brothers dot com. Matthews brothers with one team America's oldest window manufacturer. An interview with the emperor of hate. Car. Did you have any pets when you were younger? I had a cat named Dexter. That was my first and then I had possession of two poodles. When I lived in Palm Beach, Princess frisky. They weren't really my dogs. But I took care they live with me. So they were might dogs. I love those poodles when you were a kid. What was the best gift you ever received? I got this wooden Ford from FAO Schwarz in Palm Beach above the age of six or seven ten soldiers that go along with such a cool four. I had that worked for like, maybe close to ten years all time favorite movie. Probably goodfellas love goodfellas. I love it. Even more than the godfather is your favorite dessert. Ooh, that's probably chocolate ice cream followed by vanilla ice cream, followed the coffee. Every weekday at four thirty the eyes of the nation turned.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Abby L in is telling the backstory, which is sort of the spine actually of the I guess that this kind of a backstory spine to to the book, duped. And and we're here we are five months into a relationship with a guy she had known casually for a couple years. Suddenly it turns romantic, she she thinks she's been told that he's former former or active CIA at this point. In the past. And right. Often did secret missions. Full of medals for operation that did not officially exist. K? So it's so so he was part. He ran he told you that he had re that at one point he administrated the hospital at Guantanamo. Yep. Yep. Which actually you did. But. But it wasn't he eight it wasn't a promotion. He didn't really want that job. But they had them do it and feed it high level terrorists high level terrorists in he implied one of those was Osama bin Laden without saying what else did he what else was in the category of? Oh my God. That's so amazing. Well, I was amazing or his wife. He told me X way had he had rescued her that he he was held hostage in Iran. And that he had her. Like like, superman and pluck your out of captivity. That's how they meant. Well, how how how do they explain that was that part of his black ops or some kind of? How was it? Because it didn't make sense that the eighty fifty eight, but it just it didn't make sense for it to be nine hundred eighty nine. It didn't make sense to kids were they didn't make the numbers. So he had no it wouldn't secret mission. You wouldn't have heard about it just like any told me that he was held hostage in China. And I said wherever we in China same thing secret mission. You wouldn't have heard about it. But you would in Shane except somebody has to do things. Right. Right. Supposedly if they happen. Somebody did them. The question is did even did they happen? Well, did they happen? I mean. Right. Well, yeah. But I mean did did somebody save his wife from captivity in Iran? Just wasn't him. Or is. She was never in Iran. She wasn't around. Okay. Got. Somewhere who who had been sure right? But yeah, I mean, we I believe I do believe that there are many, many, many unknown unknowns to paraphrase, our friend Rumsfeld. I I believe that. And and so I don't know what I don't know. Okay. So he has he's charmed you. He has wooed you parents. Yeah. It worked on your mom. Your mom have a very positive thing. Five about him. Told her about bin Laden, and she said there's something wrong with him Abby. And they've got out of her. I said you are so suspicious. Oh, that's so interesting. I said it's because of you that right vicious said there's something that right? He also told us so when we moved to Washington, we moved into where where do you live in Washington DC, if you're going to have a life deception, we lived in the Watergate, so horse, right? Which was I mean, it was I st- irony didn't escape me at all. But we move into the Watergate, and he told me that he had to get cleared by the board and that William Kennedy Smith had been aboard interviewed him along with twenty two Domingo. Yeah. And also to Mingo he lived in Watergate. And actually, I I asked when I got there. I asked the the people the Watergate, I said are they on the board? And they said, yes. And I said, okay. So both of them were allegedly apparently on I'm on the board. But my mother when he told us that plus the Mingo interviewed him, my mother said, well, I don't know how to possible because he's touring Europe right now. And the guy I was engaged you just kind of you know, skated right over that. Oh, interesting. I don't know what that is. But it's probably my wife calling him because she would she loves older men in uniform. So when you said fifty eight I know my wife would fall for him to did we lose Abby. Okay. There was a weird call. We heard it on this end of of. Could it be the CIA hacking into this because? Yeah. Yeah. So so then you're all set to get married. Had you picked a date. No. I did not. Okay. So you're something about you is stalling. I did buy dress. But that more like I wanted to dress. So right. Yeah. Why not? No, we we're like, maybe we'll get married in Las Vegas. Maybe then I thought well, maybe I should have a wedding, but I didn't wanna huge wedding because I think he's wedding stupid. But I don't know. I thought it'd be nice, you know, after being all these years. I thought it'd be nice to bring all my friends together. He didn't really have anyone that he wanted to incite other than his kid. It was really. Okay. We're getting that again. So. That's not uncommon by the way. I know this a little bit about nurses to sociopaths. They're very interested about closing the deal. Yeah. That's right. They that that is a that is almost a re- it's one of the defining characteristics. Is that they all they they know that they come on big and strong. And and they you know, they they have this great game at first, and they kind of you know, whisk people away into their fantasy. And then at some point, you know, moms start speaking up, and if people start questioning whether or not this story could possibly be true. And and then that starts to wear off the magic. And that's when they feel most vulnerable, suddenly they they didn't close the deal, so they tend to propose quickly and then ask for a quick marriage. And you were resisting that which is no doubt. Even if it's not conscious in his mind if he's a narcissist sociopath. He knows that something that something's about to unravel. Also, you know, when when you think somebody being duped? Okay. I tell you what I'm gonna do. I I don't know quite I could be your phone line. So why don't you do this? Why don't we if Michael and Donna Beck at the city. Maybe there's something going on with that call. So why don't we hang up real quickly? And and call back to Abby L in. And I'll I'll just talk for a second or so can do that Michael you in. Okay, we're going to do that. So we'll disconnect you'll come back. Maybe just got you know, kind of flaky with the line promo emergency promo here. I'll promote my wife has a very successful podcast. I thought this is a pass it along to you. If you're interested, my wife and a girlfriend of hers a podcast it's called the best to the nest, and it's on podcast one and sometime next week. My wife's podcast will break two hundred thousand downloads in that call and she does it while she's also producing television for AirAsia PBS. But there you go an emergency promo that I threw in there. So so let's hope this is better. So so that so he had to be getting nervous a little bit that you were resisting this because the narcissist sociopath like a predator as you as you refer to him. He he. Knows that he's got you know, he's got a seal the deal. But the thing that I was saying that was so interesting about it is usually these guys they want money, right, right guy. Go after somebody. You don't go after a freelance journalist not always though, it's always about money. Well, I'm a door in charming. And there you go clearly, but I'm also Royal pain in the neck, I guess, right? So, you know, if you're going to go for somebody, you don't go to somebody who's going to question you every five seconds. That's it. Getting sick of me, Frank admit, maybe that's true. But you something about you must've validated him as a predator. And and he also, you know, predators have this. They have an eight cents. I mean, I in some here we go again. So somebody we'll we'll bear with us to the bottom of the hour. And since this doesn't appear to be. An intrusion on your line. It might be on mine. So at the bottom of the hour Michael will break off when we had to to. Okay. We'll just we'll reestablish contact. So, but that's kind of I'm kind of intrigued by that idea. Because when you mentioned that he didn't have any friends. That's also a pretty good indicator of somebody who's a nurse associate Beth because they tend to burn bridges everywhere when people catch onto their Bs. We had a few friends, but he did. But they didn't he didn't really like the very much and I met them. But he was he was faced with them as well. He really was he one of them said one of them said, you know, you're my best friend, and he said, you're my best friend too. And the guy said, really? Yeah. And I thought him funny. So so what started the unraveling when did you start to figure out something was wrong? You know, when I finally started to figure that something was wrong was when I would always fresh. He brought he gave me some pearls. Okay. And he told me they were making too, which is a very fancy Brown. And I looked in on the class. You know, like that maybe it would have an M and it didn't have 'em. And I said he's not Mickey motel and he said, look he got mad at me. He said, you know, you you're always questioning I don't know the guy said they were making. I that's what I thought. So I go to the store New York City bring into them. And they're like, yeah. These are not our pearls. So they were little things like that happening. And and he would also he would take off and he would call me. He would say I'm going to be in Iraq or Afghanistan, and I'll I'll call you when they're secure line. There was never secure like waiting to see the vault full of medals for operation that didn't exist. I mean, all the weird things. So finally, the end came after something that was I could finally verify, and it was this. We went out to dinner with my parents in wash. Shenton? We had wrestle shreds. And he loved these Brussels sprouts. He raved about them, and we got side. My parents went away. He said God that was the worst every in my life. And I said why why did you rave about? Then why did you telling doing like their didn't care? And he said. He said I wanted to make the feel good..
Jeanine Pirro's Fox News suspension extends into second week
"No word yet on when Janine Pirro will be returning to Fox News. Here's the latest from USA radio networks. Chris Barnes her Fox News, primetime show Justice with judge Janine has been bumped for a second straight week without explanation instead of Justice with gutter Geneen, FOX will be airing scandalous, the trial of William Kennedy Smith at nine pm eastern, the same show that aired last Saturday in her timeslot Pierrot was suspended by FOX after she read a scripted commentary questioning congresswoman Ileana Omar's patriotism on her March ninth broadcast, and it was criticized as Islam phobic FOX publicly condemned the hosts comments, and according to a source familiar with the matter privately suspended her Fox News declined to comment, though. And in recent days continued to say it won't elaborate on what it calls MIR scheduling changes for
"kennedy smith" Discussed on PTI
"Go to games pray for tickets, sit closer be live. Don't tell me that his pro day performance is more important than vs moves against actual live players some of who will play on Sunday. That's why I'm saying they're guaranteed. Here's my thing about calamari. Something tells me that a team in the first high in the first round I would say between picks one and fifteen has toll calamari if you are there. We are drafting. So I don't think he's worried about this. I think teams are just like you. Nobody really to watch him to watch him play earlier in the week. People are saying Michael number one overall. Now, all of a sudden he's slipping because a report came out. They didn't give a good interview. I've heard you interviewed before nine out of ten interviews and good that one, you know, a little bit of trouble each your word. Let's take one last break was still to come Rashi Wallace hits an unexpected gig, hopefully, filling in for me, and Michael wilbon has some thoughts on Joe Frazier and Hamad leak that's the greatest maybe the greatest sporting event in the history of our. Time to get happy. People. Happy fifty fourth birthday Kennedy Smith, of course, he's a part of the wildly successful show inside the NBA with Charles and Ernie and most recently shocked, and if there's any show that Tony are jealous of over the years if this one which is one way more Emmys than we have in Kenya doesn't get nearly enough praise for fabulous basketball career that earned him to NBA championships with the Houston rock at Malloy. Highschool in queens, his senior year, Pearl Washington. Mark Jackson about that. We're also coming out. And he could do it. But I like watching Kenny and listened to Kenny Charles shock. I do. Happy anniversary to one of the ten most important prize fights in the history of fisticuffs was Mohammed ALI'S long-awaited bout with Joe Frazier in Madison Square Garden, both men were undefeated an absolutely invincible walking into that. Ring. I cried myself to sleep that night at twelve years old because Ali lost for generation of us. The first in this great trilogy of fights is win. And how we came of age. How us was at what was it like back there? I think about that he gets event in my life. And I'm not sure it's still not too. You don't get that anymore from no nothing like that rank a melancholy trail sedan Jenkins who left us last night at eighty nine years of age long before people had hot takes rants there were a handful of men like Jenkins whose literacy and passion for sports, specifically, college football, and golf informed and entertained us at the highest level for sports writers of later generations like. Tony and Frank and me Jenkins was one of our icon ick figures for more than a half century. My first thoughts are with his daughter, and my dear friend, and colleague Sally. Who fortunately has his gift for telling a story like very few others. That's a great tribute, Mike, and you think about Dan Jenkins that is a legend in this professor absolute legend, Frank no heirs today. We're running out of shows. We're going to get to finish the Miami. Dolphins cut. Danny amendola. Does that make any sense to you probably end up on the patriots right Texas quarterback? Sam etlinger compared playing college football to a time unpaid, internship, you agree with that. Yes. I do. And that's not internal get hitting blues. Like that either. The Boston Bruins have not lost regulations. This January nineteen year impressed, aren't you? They scored twice in the last thirty seven seconds beat the Panthers last night, Rasheed Wallace from the boys basketball coach at Jordan high school endure doormat cow on it you like he lives in the triangle still love best ways around it a lot. Good for them in him last one number seven Michigan at number nine Michigan state tomorrow. What do you expect? I'm going to pick. The home team. I think Tom is gonna find a way to win. Imagine. Magic nights to get to you can get for this one. Now, we're out of time. Thanks for watching. I'm frank. I saw maybe magical building minutes. Limit. I don't know. I'm Mike will have a great weekend. Knuckleheads. You can get the PTI podcast on the ESPN app. Or apple podcasts are insurance. Get beaten up. Pretty good. Just..
Moving past the jokes: Lorena Bobbitt hopes documentary will shed light on domestic violence
"Horn. Thanks for joining us, a word of warning to listeners with young children in the audience and this segment where we talk about the documentary series lorraina and our conversation includes discussions of violent adult material a little more than twenty five years ago. Lorena Bobbitt was accused of malicious wounding the conquer around the world comes to Atlanta sensational trial is attracting quite a bit of media. Attention fifteen. Twenty satellite trucks about two hundred reporters this time court TV's bringing the proceedings to millions of homes lorraina Bob at goes on trial today on charges of malicious warnings. She's facing a twenty year sentence in prison the maximum if she is convicted Bob it had cut off her husband's penis in nineteen Ninety-three with a kitchen knife. And throwing it out the car window. The authorities found that attached penis and doctors were able to reattach it and the whole story went viral as possible in the pre internet era. There was a circus atmosphere during her trial and the reign of became the butt of many cruel jokes the Amazon documentary series lorraina produced by Jordan Peele and directed by my guest, Joshua Rowe Fe, examines, what was lost in the media's reporting. There's ample use of archival footage in this series as well as modern interviews both with the rain up and her now ex husband, John, Wayne Bobbitt, we'll start with the fact that Lorena Bobbitt was an. Immigrant from Ecuador and totally dependent on her husband when they got married lorraina came here at age eighteen in search of the American dream thought, she found it when she met this handsome charming marine, named John Wayne, John Wayne Bobbitt, and they dated for about ten months. She was virgin they had a chaperone on every date. It was this very pure, according period that was beyond old-fashioned, then the married, and according to the arena a few weeks into the marriage. They were driving home one night. He was drunk driving radically, and she was screaming and begging for him to to stop and slow down. And then he punched her in the chest. And according to lorraina this thing essentially began the next four years of beatings rape on a regular basis. And it's not just according to lorraina because what you do in your series. Is you step back Nunnelee from her marriage to John Wayne Bobbitt, but other women who encountered John Wayne Bobbitt over the years and many of them, including a couple of his former wives. Tell almost idea. Stories. That's very true. When we were making this. We just we kept finding more victims. And in episode four one of those victims who's never spoken publicly will speak until a story that is harrowing his anything you'll ever hear. It was really terrifying to find that all the stories that we've found all the people that we spoke to they essentially had experienced the same specific details that Lorena had in terms of the the abuse. Whether it was the way the hands were held the way they would be sexually assaulted and so on and so forth the threats he would make if they said anything or tried to do anything. Absolutely. You know, letting them know that they can never escape him. This is a person who according to multiple courts of law is a serial abuser. A lot of people know what happened between Lorena Bobbitt, and John Wayne Bobbitt, and that is that she cut off his penis, and it was surgically reattached, but what your jockey series is about is something different. So when you start work on this documentary, what were your assumptions, how do they mirror? What maybe the public's assumptions were. And how did you decide that? There was a much bigger story that you wanted to tell and how that story start to fall into place. I mean. And I guess everybody remembers the cutoff penis, they don't remember the fact that she was horrifically abused. So that that was sort of ground zero for us. But as we got deeper into making it and all of a sudden all these pieces were so obviously in place, and those pieces would essentially set her up for disaster, Anita hill, William Kennedy Smith rape trial, the Tailhook scandal, these massive landmark moments in, you know, very recent American history where women were violated, and they either weren't believed or they were vilified or they even went through some sort of judicial process and came up short that was in the years leading up till arenas story hitting. And so when nineteen Ninety-three came around she was up against something that was that was insurmountable. Her husband actually knows that. That he has multiple cards to play against her and one of them is the threat of deportation which he holds against her. Let's hear what she has to say about her own life and coming to the United States because this guy here this abusive has been was shattering my American dream hour. Not let. I wouldn't let that happen. So just try to fight it. So when this incident happens Lorena Bobbitt quickly, I think realizes that. She is in way over her head. What does she up against in terms of the institutions in terms of the way that people in law enforcement are talking about our case, you know, econo- comes down to just the way domestic violence was dealt with in the late eighties early nineties, and we start to go into that. Especially in episode four where one of the cops who was part of the search for the penis that night. He tells us viewer essentially what it was like for a police officer to show up to a domestic violence nine one one call and there was no real protocol in place. Tell someone to go for a walk walk. The husband around the block, let them cool off. Right. And then the cops would leave. And then whoever was the victim in this case is locked right back in that house with the person who's been abusing them. And so for lorraina, no matter where she looked there really was no help. I think one of the things that is
"kennedy smith" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He ever ever have a normal sex life again. I'm optimistic that he'll regain virtually all of his normal function. And most important what some tabloids quoting Shakespeare called the unkindest cut of all. Did it hurt? It was about a penis. It was all anybody cared about. Which reminds me that at this point in time respectable publications and news outlets. Didn't use the word penis in the beginning of episode one one of the police officers talks about having to get onto the radio and try to convey to the other officers what the situation was they were all speaking vague terms about a missing appendage, and some of the police officers thought that it is a finger is Tova. What what are we looking for? What was the mores of the time? That was shaping the coverage. If you go back just a couple of years before lorraina story hit and we do this in episode one. We take you back to Anita hill and William Kennedy Smith retrial, the Tailhook scandal, and in every instance, anytime that woman or a group of women in the case of Tailhook. Came forward and expressed clearly that they had been harassed or assaulted in sexual nature, and they were discredited vilified the Justice system turns back on them. It was without fail losing proposition for a woman who is coming forward. And so in one thousand nine hundred three when this young girl named Lorena Bobbitt is now in the middle of all of this. She really didn't stand a chance. And sketch in the media landscape, cable TV was blooming. And prominent among the proliferating channels was court TV this story in many ways was the original click bait it had the ultimate headline once that headline about a severed penis grabbed everybody's attention. There was this moral misstep, which was keep the headlines on the penis. The media is absolutely complicit in the misrepresentation of this story. This is a story not about a cutoff peanuts. This story about a woman who was beaten. She was strangled. She was raped sodomized. And it went on for years from your footage. It didn't seem like the attitudes towards lorraina were universally condemning. There was an interesting exchange between Hugh downs. Barbara Walters on their popular show. I do think that men.
"kennedy smith" Discussed on Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
"So I lived in Palm Beach, but because I travel all the time, and I got called on a trial there and the very last second. They picked me I tried everything to get out of it. Because you know, I was trying to work and support mice fell twenty million other employees, and I got picked for the trial. But then I didn't see ROY again until. I'm gonna say just a little less than a year afterwards. Actually, the trial was in December. And we were sequestered so horse had no interaction with him. Then. And then swimmers equate you were sequestered like you had delivered a different hotel. Yeah. Yeah. All the jury had to check in the hotel until the trial was over. And you couldn't read any newspapers. You couldn't get any news from outside the courtroom, and you couldn't talk anybody on the phone that that those the security guard more monitoring. So you had no outside information about the trial. So I just went did my trial eleven or twelve days that out of the trial went back to my normal life in bat the sometime in September October whenever Hurricane Andrew was was in my came to check on my office in Miami, and to cbo's flooded in what the damned his work, and there was no electricity anywhere. So anybody and everybody that had connections went to the same one place that had had electrically in generators. Everyone was just there and I met him there, and he recognized me from the trial. We start talking then. So that's how I really met him and the trial was very juicy. Will publicized trial? Right. It was involved. The Kennedy bright William Kennedy Smith. Yeah. William Kennedy Smith was student or intern to be a doctor one of the other one of the Kennedy. I've forget he's his mother was Smith one of the Smiths in his dad was offered who in. Anyway, he went on a date, but he's a nephew of JFK a net. Resident knack will write nephew or whatever? But his he was a nephew of Senator Hannity that to the nasty love. Okay. So he went on a date and Palm Beach with a woman named Patty and picked her up in a bar, and they at went on a day in she later Hughes him date rent, and then ROY was representing the Kennedy family, and they televise the trial on court TV where Steve brand at the time had court TV. And I don't even think I I didn't even know it was televised. Because we were Quested I don't even know that high profile because we were Quested I didn't know really much about it because I had been traveling all over the world promoting my skin care products in I wasn't really paying that much. Attention in got got put on this jury, and it turned out to be that jury, and then the jury acquitted in like like about an hour, and and then that was intimate. And then, you know, the press was just all over everybody. I mean, they were just like at my door like twenty people on at minute. I couldn't breathe and said they were calling calling calling out how everyone of those press people. Mysel- number. I don't know how we still have it today, which they still call me today. If there's any you'll Gaza and just unbelievable like to pick up my phone, Larry King, pick up my phone, Dan, rather just shopping. So anyway, so a side note to that. So I tell my warrior, you know, I don't really at that time. I wasn't interested in the only television. I was doing was HSEN or infomercials for my business, or you know, scripted television to promote my business. I wasn't interested in that whole shit storm TV in reality TV, I worked all the time. So I finally to get him off by back. I said I'd do one show in my lawyer is decided I would do the Donahue show so Donahue show. And would you believe ROY was on the show at the same time? So it was on that show with him. But I just saw him on his show in left. So I didn't really ever actually have a conversation with him other than the Donahue show and ask question at this time, you're a single woman. Dating woman or what I was in a relationship with a guy that had been relationship with relaunch time that's to see..