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"lebedev" Discussed on 60 Minutes

60 Minutes

07:17 min | 3 months ago

"lebedev" Discussed on 60 Minutes

"Russian missiles raining death on Ukraine is Britain seriously questioning the money oligarchs have been showering down on them for years. It was pretty obvious what Russia was like by 2018, and yet it was still. You find prime ministers saying it's time we finally got rid of the dirty money in this country. So it's time now. How is it not time a decade previously? We have become very dependent, certainly in London, on the fees that this money generates. We don't come to the leader of the opposition, the right honorable Keir Starmer. For too long, Britain has been a safe haven for stolen money. Putin thinks that we're too corrupted to do the right thing and put an end to it. Just the prime minister agree. Now is the time to sanction every oligarch and crack open every shell company so we can prove Putin wrong. Yes, mister speaker and that's why this government has brought forward the unprecedented and measures that we have. The government of Boris Johnson canceled the Visa program when Russia invaded Ukraine. It banned travel and froze the assets of 19 oligarchs. It will soon launch an anti corruption police unit. Both political parties labor and conservative have courted Russian money, but conservatives have gotten the lion's share, at least $4 million in political donations since 2012, including almost a $1 million from Alexander to Merkel, a former Russian arms tycoon, now a British citizen. He's not on the sanctions list. How can our allies trust us prime minister to clean up dirty Russian money in the UK? But they won't even clean up his own political party. Mister speaker, I just think it's very important that that has to understand we do not raise money from a Russian oligarchs, people who people who give money to this to this to this, that we raise money from people who are registered to vote on the UK register of interest. And that is, that is how we do it. But nothing inflamed Johnson's critics more than his 2020 appointment of media mogul, evgeny lebedev, a dual citizen to the House of lords. Our trusty and well beloved yevgeny, alexandrovich, lebedev. Despite warnings from British security services that the son of an ex KGB agent posed a security risk, lord lebedev of Hampton and Siberia put on his ermine robes. Now, from his seat he can watch other British lords race to resign from boards of Russian companies. As you may have noticed in the last two weeks has been the most massive bailout for people leaving the boards of Russian companies because it's become socially quite apart from politically unacceptable for them to be on it. But in the past, they were plenty of such facilitators around. What made it acceptable before? I mean, there have been one incident after another that should have set up alarm bells. Well, that's certainly my view. Because we were concerned about those things and about the threat, the potential threat that Russia poses to our national security. Former oligarch, Mikhail khodorkovsky, told us he thought the sanctions were essential, but not enough. What drives me crazy, he told us, is the cowardice of western leaders who say we can't do this. We can't do that because Putin might retaliate. That appeasement is exactly the tactic the west used against Hitler, and that led to millions of lives being lost. Stop. Pressure is building on the oligarchs of Britain, anti war demonstrators now call them out. Close Putin ally Roman Abramovich, who is selling his soccer club, may have been poisoned himself in Kyiv. Industrialist oligarchy's belgravia mansion was occupied by squatters two weeks ago. Oliver bulla told us London's dirty secret. It's amoral. It doesn't care. What's its stake here if this continues? I think the really important point to understand is that an oligarch doesn't stop being an oligarch if they fly to the UK. They want the same things in the UK as they want at home, which is they want rigged access to government auctions. They want preferential access to politicians. And I think we need to be very, very. Risk averse about allowing that to happen here. Because once you set off down that path, it's very hard to come back. Laurie Anderson is an artist whose work defies any easy description. She's a pioneer of the avant garde, but as we learned, that doesn't begin to describe what she creates. Her work is in sold in galleries, it's experienced by audiences who come to see her perform, singing, telling stories, and playing strange violins of her own invention. She won a Grammy for chamber music album about hurricane sandy and remains one of America's most unusual and visionary artists. A major exhibition of her work is on display at the Smithsonian's hirschhorn museum in Washington, D.C.. Ladies and gentlemen, Laurie Anderson. She's played electronic drums on her body. An electric violins that sing and how. For nearly 5 decades now, she's blended the beautiful and the bizarre. Days go by. Challenging audiences with homilies and humor. Welcome to difficult listening. She blurs boundaries across music, theater, dance, and film. Strangers dream. This is my dream body. It's not just audiences that have a hard time defining her work, Laurie Anderson sometimes does as well. I used to say multimedia artist and that was ridiculous. Multimedia artist with a gun to my head, I say. I tell stories. And those look like paintings sometimes. They look like, you know, songs, they look like films. They're just stories. What is the story, what is its function? How does it work? Who's telling it? To who? If you've heard of Lori Anderson at all, it may be because of this 8 minute long song she recorded back in 1980. It's eerie and somewhat unsettling and to her surprise it became a hit. This was a song about how basically technology can not save you. I first heard it when I was 14, I just was like, what is this? And I still listen to it. It's about a lot of things. Justice safety..

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"lebedev" Discussed on The Media Show

The Media Show

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"lebedev" Discussed on The Media Show

"I mean, at some point he the most bizarre moment of the interview was when he turned to Lukashenko had said, what do you think about group sex? And there was a bit early for that on the radio. There was a long awkward pose on Lukashenko kind of gestured me and asked me to move into the shot because the deal, you know, the deal we ended up as news night ended up doing a story about lebedev interviewing Lukashenko rather than doing the story with lebedev, because that's really important to emphasize. Did not want me asking any questions. So he had secured the interview, I suppose. You were along for the ride to film the, you know, getting that interview him getting that interview, I suppose. We will move on from there. And move away from evgeny lebedev at this point and back to that question that I asked at the start of the show about why it's only now that we're reading investigations into Russian influence in the UK. And I'm thinking in particular about Roman, Abramovich and what we're learning now, Lionel barber, you know, you'll know from your time as editor of the FT about the legal perils of writing about the oligarchs, I assume, you know, has the risk of litigation from London's top law firms suppressed reporting about them until now, do you think? Well, I'm not carrying water KT for the FT, but I'm going to assure you that we did write about Russian influence in London. And I still had the letters from the law firms threatening us. And you know, this was literally boots that hung up by my boots on Saturday morning. And this was, you seen the names of the law firms in the House of lords, when Tom Burgess and Catherine belton were testifying just as we speak. But crucially, the problem is this a very interesting question about the word of the use oligarch, some of these very, very rich people sent very, very tough letters, insisting they were not oligarchs because this refers to the late 90s we were hearing about earlier where some people became very, very rich, very quickly gaining control of natural resources in the 1990s when we basically had the wild west out in Russia. Now, some of them have since become great philanthropists. If you think of Len blavatnik, he owns Warner music, who makes very clear his Ukrainian. Well, yes, there are also Misha Friedman, who owns the big natural resources company. And these people, but yes, they have, but lember, that name has not no, absolutely. Crucial point. The crucial point Katie is some of the, I think you've got to distinguish between groups of oligarchs. Some of them have become great philanthropists. They've given money, take modern, like Limbaugh, Friedman, some of the Ukrainian, some of them own a football club, like mister Abramovich. He also happened to be a governor in a Siberian province. He does give money to charity. He doesn't sponsor art museums, but and then there are others who are much darker figures of interview one of them in Russian, mister sexy, new controls, wasn't it. These are different categories of people. Bottom line, the law is not in favor of investigating public service investigations because of the balance on libel risk. Because that's essentially what those people you mentioned, those journalists Katherine belton from Reuters and Tom Burgess at the FT were saying in the foreign affair select committee this week. About the difficulty in publishing these stories..

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"lebedev" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:06 min | 5 months ago

"lebedev" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"Because I know for Chicago time and it was, you know, I'm here, obviously. I've got a facility. I was championing. This sort of event as a way to, hey, I built a big stadium court. We're ready for the event to host it. Robert got a relationship with hotel. So it was sort of like, you know, my idea and my sort of sleepless night kind of headache heartache, the champion the calls. You've got John there, obviously can go to a lot of cities. How did it end up in Dallas? Was it John going to the ATP? I know it was me and Steve Simon having a lot of conversations. But you know, before the event came to Chicago, it was about three years into making with Steve. Hey, we love an event. We're in the calendar. That kind of thing. And him being like, yeah, let's do it. Let's take our time. Let's see how we can make sure it's successful. So it stays. How did your event come about? We're in New York for three years. And we're getting better and better every year. Things are looking great. So we had a giant stadium. We had 3500 people in our last final in 2020 and two weeks after our event in the world just totally changed with COVID. But on that Sunday, the final somebody said, there's this thing COVID happening. And the whole world changed. But it didn't, we didn't have that intimate feeling. And then when COVID came, the building changed and so the opportunity for us to say, okay, let's go to what we really believe in an intimate atmosphere, a place that's going to be successful. So I actually was going around the country looking for thought. Trying to find one that fit all of those aspirations we had as a company. And I had three great opportunities, three different places. And then I sort of got to thinking in our eyes, I'm about to go and present to our board. She has sports in the same board like here's my recommendation and what we should do. I got an inkling in my head and said, hang on. Let me go back on this other lead I had. So I called up Johnson's agent, Sam Duvall, and he said he and I chatted and then we got John on the phone and John chatted, and then we got grant chin, who is the head tennis coach here at SMU. And two days later, December 17th has grant reminds me of the date. I flew down to Dallas and I met with those with those guys..

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"lebedev" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

The Tennis.com Podcast

05:18 min | 5 months ago

"lebedev" Discussed on The Tennis.com Podcast

"In my mind, we have just witnessed probably the greatest Australian open in the past decade. We saw ash bar to become the first Australian woman in over 43 years to win the Australian open. We all know how hard it is to perform your home country. That 43 year drought is a testament to how hard it is for great Aussie women to win there. And as Barty has done it. And she done it. She did it with class. She did without dropping a set. Very dominant. We saw Rafa Nadal. Make history. We all knew that with Novak Djokovic not playing at the Australian open, that it was a great chance for Rafa to break the tide get 21. And then, who knows to spread the lead at the French Open and get 22? We saw Daniel Medvedev, be a two sets to love three two serving 40 love. This will be a match that he remembers for the rest of his life. He was a spoiler, Novak Djokovic, when he was trying to get his 21st. And he was probably a point away from being a spoiler to Rafa and didn't quite get it done. Talk about a guy with a bright future and a guy with his style. He can reproduce this level of play in this type of result over and over again because he doesn't make many errors. He doesn't play very offensive. The style of Tennessee plays makes it easy for him to perform at this level for the next ten years. And I think he will be the next great champion. And probably the FrontRunner amends tenants for the next ten years. What do we think about Nikki Rios and tenacity Kaka kakas? Have we ever seen a dedicated single session ticket and stadium be sold out for a doubles final? I don't think even the Bryan brothers sold out an entire stadium with a single session ticket for any of the doubles finals. Who knows? Maybe this is the start of the Nick curios that we all want to see. One that's a little bit more attached to the win. One that's a little bit more serious when it's time to be serious, flashy when it's time to be flashy and really just the great champion we know he could be. We all know Nick is probably first or second best player on tour. We want to see more of him on TV. And let me tell you, winning a doubles Grand Slam might be small to some. But winning a singles Grand Slam with doubles Grand Slam or a mixed Grand Slam is a big deal no matter which of the three you get. So congratulations to those boys. This week, we've got a special guest. Peter Levin. This is an experience trying to director who's been fighting for years to keep tournaments in America and create new tournaments. He's a longtime TD at the Atlanta open. And the new timer director at the Dallas open..

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"lebedev" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

06:54 min | 1 year ago

"lebedev" Discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"And then you've got a bunch of people on capitol hill. They're not even ready to risk their job for their country. And i find that really upsetting demoralizing. What accounts for this change. I mean why would it not hurt their careers anymore to sacrifice. Us national security is seems like that should be a very big deal. If you're an elected official who has sworn a constitutional oath to protect the united states. The story of liz. Cheney kind of tells you everything she has lost her position in the republican party because she is worth swearing her oath to the constitution. It says it all. I mean it just feels like as andrea was saying. We've been hijacked from within. I mean we know that this happened with trump but in the beginning at least if felt like imposition from above it was one that republicans at least initially were resisting the partnership mccain and lindsey graham in the beginning opening the investigation into the coordination of trump and russia as the years went by That became hardened then became normalized. And you know there are a number of people to blame your you know. One of course is the republican party itself in their consistent involvement in these dirty politics in these treasonous politics but there's also been a lack of pushback from the democrats to just call this out in the most straightforward terms to treat it like a crisis. Like i often heard and i live in missouri. So-called red state a feeling of disbelief from people in my state that russia actually had this much influence over our politics. They would say to me if that were true. People would be arrested. Or there'd be impeachment hearings early or they kick those people out of office or the democrats would be giving speeches or obama would say something or so on and so forth like what do you think of that of the You know of the positions people have taken the reaction to this kind of sort of internal invasion of our body politic or the lack of reaction. Well i grew up in america and Left thirty years ago to move to the uk. And i've been living in the uk for thirty years. It doesn't look like the same country that i lived in thirty years ago as the feels like how about in the uk because they experienced a similar problem with brexit the same year with a lot of the same players behind it like have you noticed that kind of change on the ground there. Brexit is over. And it's it's much less of a culture war here than it is in america. It was really very ugly during brexit in people. Don't even like talk to each other. If if you're on one side or the other but it doesn't serve a delphi. You one way or another with being pro brexit. I mean there. There're pro brexit labor. There was pro brexit conservatives and there's anti brexit labor and anti brexit conservatives and so it was all it they don't have the same type of the same type of it wasn't mask whereas versus those. You don't wear masks. Nobody was laying out on party lines on on cultural lines on whatever lines and so and you don't have to tiptoe around the issue doesn't you know no one's gonna get mad at you if you were against it or for it and you can still have the same people over for dinner now and it's it's okay whereas in america. It doesn't feel like that. Do you think that their pastas money. Abramovich roman abramovich the owner of chelsea in a russian oligarch who is reportedly like a like a son. Who do you think that their money has influenced the uk's position on holding kremlin aggression accountable. Certainly with all the assassination that have happened on british soil by the russians. Like jimmy thoughts on that. So there is a major major problem here of dirty russian money corrupting the political process directly here so much so that they did a russia investigation here where they've gathered evidence and it's remarkable. I mean i. I participated in contributed to the investigation and we found members of the house of lords which is like the equivalent of the. Us senate is the upper chamber of parliament. Were being paid. Money openly out in the open by russians to lobby against magnitsky sanctions. It's and nobody's going to jail. Nobody has been even lost their position. It just happened and In a certain way. Russia has because of oligarchs spreading their money around here and politicians here much cheaper to buy. I'm sure that the more expensive in america the russians have have really firmly gotten in here and and I mean check this out. Alexander lebed who is a A former kgb officer his son a billionaire and former kgb officers is son came to the uk became a british citizen and was elevated to the house of lords is now lord lebedev of siberia. Wow so it seems like london. Grad has a much larger problem in terms of kremlin dark money than the. Us has currently dirk money sets right. Sorry you're right. Yes so you use that word dark money. Yes absolutely nic. I believe now has his name on the tate. His name and all sorts of stuff. He's his. There's the balat next school of government at oxford sums. It up perfectly. doesn't it. Well he used to have it on the kleptocracy initiative and anti kleptocracy group until they had to remove it when they realized that he kleptocrat was funding their activity. But anyway you to go. But how much influence do these russian oligarchs have of the. There's a so essentially putin's court of olive garden so these guys may live abroad but putin keeps close track them. He's he's close with them. How much influence do they really have. Like how concerned should we be. Well i think that the oligarchy Key fundamental connection between putin and his money. They're the ones who hold his money for him. And so therefore they're the key to everything and the and at the same time they're also that people who do a lot of his reform policy in terms of corrupting systems and so on in less the us and the european union the uk. Seriously up there. A game in terms of containing hooton a lot. More really bad stuff is going to happen. It may make the things that we've already witnessed appear to be small potatoes and in terms of the types of crises and and problems. We have in the future and so we need to employ a policy of hardcore containment like we did during the cold war if.

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"lebedev" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

18:36 min | 1 year ago

"lebedev" Discussed on KCRW

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"lebedev" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Alexei Navalny, the face of Russia's opposition, a lawyer, a politician and a harsh critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Today, Navalny isn't an intensive care unit in Siberia. Suspected of poisoning reporter Charles Mains joins us from Moscow Charles How did all this play out and hasn't been established? That someone did indeed. Try to poison navalny? Well, it's still a developing story. And as far as whether you indeed was poisoned or not, is still an open theory, depending on who you talk to. We do know that he was fine home from Tomsk in Siberia back to Moscow. Along the flight. He didn't feel well, which prompted an emergency landing in Omsk not to be confused with Tomsk. Navarone now is actually in a medically induced coma on a respirator at the hospital there. Doctors say he's in serious but stable condition, although their quote fighting for his life Also lets his wife Julia, and his personal doctor now there's well that there were reports have some delays in getting access to Navalny initially with lots of police on the scene, So how did this happen? Have you heard any theories? Will his spokesperson I care? Young. Bush made comments to media here. So she says he just drank some black tea at the airport before the flight, and it's obvious that he was poisoned at that moment. Idea here being that hot liquid was more likely to absorb quickly into his body. You know, In fact, a passenger named Pavel Lebedev took a photo of navalny sitting at the cafe in the airport before he got on the flight. He appeared to be drinking tea and later the two of them ended up on that same flight. Andi. It's interesting that some point heat this level have noticed Howl's coming from the laboratory realized that the cries were coming from Navalny, and he ended up detail ing all this in a post to social media once he touched down in arms. So that was at the airport. What else can you tell us about the suspected poisoning? Is there any talk of a possible suspect or suspects or or a motive? No suspects yet certainly know among Navalny supporters. They find this to be no accident. Not surprising. They think it's politically motivated. Navalny has made his fair share of enemies with Siri's reports on corruption in the highest rungs of the Russian government and off Russian business. He's certainly been attacked numerous times before, including in 2017, when provocateurs doused him with a green dye that partially blinded him for a period. Then again in 2019 when he was exposed to some toxic substance while serving a month prison term, which caused some skin lesions, But he made it. Okay on course, there's this troubling pattern of enemies or perceived enemies. Of the Russian state being poisoned, Attacked, sometimes killed, you know in this prompts this constant debate here over who's really behind them, and specifically whether Vladimir Putin really gains from these brazen attacks on his opponents, and that the Kremlin says they're designed to make Putin look bad, and I want to bring in another voice here. This is Andre Kalashnikov, an analyst with the Moscow Carnegie Center here. Even if Kremlin doesn't know anything involved Squad Strange because it means that this kind of events are uncontrollable. FSB local If his B Saman emus off, no one could do it. Without essentially from Kremlin Now. The other option, says Kalashnikovs that the's orders or indeed, coming from the top from Putin. The point is, we can suspect but never seem to really know and interesting enough. The reaction to today's news from the Kremlin spokesman Was to wish Navalny speedy recovery reporter Charles Mains in Moscow. Thank you very much for this.

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Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in grave but stable condition after suspected poisoning

The World

03:33 min | 2 years ago

Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny in grave but stable condition after suspected poisoning

"Alexei Navalny, the face of Russia's opposition, a lawyer, a politician and a harsh critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Today, Navalny isn't an intensive care unit in Siberia. Suspected of poisoning reporter Charles Mains joins us from Moscow Charles How did all this play out and hasn't been established? That someone did indeed. Try to poison navalny? Well, it's still a developing story. And as far as whether you indeed was poisoned or not, is still an open theory, depending on who you talk to. We do know that he was fine home from Tomsk in Siberia back to Moscow. Along the flight. He didn't feel well, which prompted an emergency landing in Omsk not to be confused with Tomsk. Navarone now is actually in a medically induced coma on a respirator at the hospital there. Doctors say he's in serious but stable condition, although their quote fighting for his life Also lets his wife Julia, and his personal doctor now there's well that there were reports have some delays in getting access to Navalny initially with lots of police on the scene, So how did this happen? Have you heard any theories? Will his spokesperson I care? Young. Bush made comments to media here. So she says he just drank some black tea at the airport before the flight, and it's obvious that he was poisoned at that moment. Idea here being that hot liquid was more likely to absorb quickly into his body. You know, In fact, a passenger named Pavel Lebedev took a photo of navalny sitting at the cafe in the airport before he got on the flight. He appeared to be drinking tea and later the two of them ended up on that same flight. Andi. It's interesting that some point heat this level have noticed Howl's coming from the laboratory realized that the cries were coming from Navalny, and he ended up detail ing all this in a post to social media once he touched down in arms. So that was at the airport. What else can you tell us about the suspected poisoning? Is there any talk of a possible suspect or suspects or or a motive? No suspects yet certainly know among Navalny supporters. They find this to be no accident. Not surprising. They think it's politically motivated. Navalny has made his fair share of enemies with Siri's reports on corruption in the highest rungs of the Russian government and off Russian business. He's certainly been attacked numerous times before, including in 2017, when provocateurs doused him with a green dye that partially blinded him for a period. Then again in 2019 when he was exposed to some toxic substance while serving a month prison term, which caused some skin lesions, But he made it. Okay on course, there's this troubling pattern of enemies or perceived enemies. Of the Russian state being poisoned, Attacked, sometimes killed, you know in this prompts this constant debate here over who's really behind them, and specifically whether Vladimir Putin really gains from these brazen attacks on his opponents, and that the Kremlin says they're designed to make Putin look bad, and I want to bring in another voice here. This is Andre Kalashnikov, an analyst with the Moscow Carnegie Center here. Even if Kremlin doesn't know anything involved Squad Strange because it means that this kind of events are uncontrollable. FSB local If his B Saman emus off, no one could do it. Without essentially from Kremlin Now. The other option, says Kalashnikovs that the's orders or indeed, coming from the top from Putin. The point is, we can suspect but never seem to really know and interesting enough. The reaction to today's news from the Kremlin spokesman Was to wish Navalny speedy recovery reporter Charles Mains in Moscow. Thank you very much for this.

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"lebedev" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on KGO 810

"Chief for the Guardian, U. K. And so he's got a lot of insights into not only the Russia report published in Great Britain, but the Mueller report and what Russia is doing around the world, so I'm more focused on our country in his country, but around the world, so I want to. I know I want to get to NATO. But before I do, there is this wonderful piece that appeared in the Guardian. It's headline. What does the Russia report mean for British people and politics? And part of this talks about the the money, the money that has come in and I'm going. I'm going to read this because the author is just so good with his ver Bage. His name is Luke Harding. It says several members of the Russian elite who are closely linked to Putin are identified as being involved with charitable and or political organizations in the U. K having donated to political parties there. Public profile allows them to assist Russian influence operations. Some of this taken right out of the report, the Says. It adds that Russian business and intelligence are completely intertwined. In other words, oligarchs who live and invest in London may well be following the Kremlin's geo political agenda as well as their own private interests. Other report acknowledges the UK has long had a welcoming attitude to Russian money. Few questions are asked. It notes that this approach has turned London into a laundromat for dirty money. Beneficiaries include PR firms, charities, universities and members of the House of Lords. It's too late to untangle Russian cash from the UK, the report says. But the government needs to do more to tackle hostile activity. Its source the National crime Agency is limited in what it Khun do it lacks the resource is to take on billionaire oligarchs who can comfortably afford top lawyers. Theis C. Note. Okay. I'm very dissatisfied with that. Look, I'm actually I'm angry about it because it sounds as if Oh well, the criminal syndicates gotten too big, so we'll just let them go on and operate. That can't be the answer. It sounds insane. I I wonder if maybe because these are issues that are encompassing so many countries around the world that we need to enlist Interpol and we need to enlist the investigative agencies of all of these various Countries to act in concert to thwart this something has to be done to stop it and hopefully to reverse the influence. Well, I think you're I think you're right that what we need better investigation better coordination across across frontiers across boundaries and selling, But the problem ultimately, and it's also a problem in America is one of political well, actually funny enough. The fact you've just read out that there's been an astonishing Uh, twist here with speaks lie to this in that we have. Ah, we have a pretty well known newspaper articles. Yevgeni Lebedev. His father, Alexander Lebedev, whom I knew when I was in Moscow is across. Follow that. Used to work for the KGB. He was a career KGB spy based Soviet Embassy in London during that the late Cold War in the time of Margaret Thatcher offended. Listen, Remember on who can forget? Forget well. The newspaper he used to read is a KGB spy. He bought the London Evening said that his sunny again he has been running it. It's been a huge supporter of boys. Johnson, you have getting his trendies. Let's say exotic parties featuring vodka and champagne. Both in London is Platt. So in Italy, Bob Johnson has beens them on numerous occasions. And just last week, Boris Johnson, maybe of getting appear a member of the House of Lords. It's a bit like Donald Trump taking the son of Ah, Katie Katie by making him a senator. It is holy cow. Indeed. It's astonishing story, and I think it's za Claire Cygne. From Boris Johnson to his critics over Russia, that even cat that he's going to do it. He he wanted study. Afghani is his friend but clearly has I mean, you don't have to be Sherlock Holmes to think for the security implications. You Kenny, of course, formally could have become a Lord. He he's going to British citizen for a few years now so you can do it. But clearly, you know, the father sitting in Moscow close to the Russian Foreign Ministry. I mean, what happens if you have any becomes a minister, and then he sort of saying secret, But it's documents. The whole thing is, is a set of counterintelligence. Harsh, familiar? Two people have lived through the pain of the trumpet. Aziz isn't having Russians in and why has a long time right early on early on bringing them right in and showing them classified information show you right to the Russian spies? It was absolutely astonishing. And yet, you know, he got away with it and continues to get away with it in people of his own party are loath to call him on it, even though I don't think those people are necessarily in the park. It's a Putin they don't have to. Because they're in the pockets of Donald Trump was in the pockets of Putin. It's It's so awful now in great Britain, it appears a little different to me. But, you know, tell me if I'm wrong that once the Russia report was actually published, it took so long because they were covering this up, and it is redacted, heavily redacted as the Mueller report was It seemed as if the Brits didn't take it lying down. It seemed as if there was a lot of public outcry about this. Especially the interference into Brexit is there is the population going to put up with this, or are they going to, you know, get take out the pitchforks and the torches and call for some sort of action. What? Well, I mean status. It's a great question, then we've had. We've had opinion Poll 70 here, which show that about half of half Brit. I think the Russians interfered ever, ever breaks it. But the and there is a lot of outrage actually about that. The problem is that our country is pile arise has divided as unhappy as your country is On that ah, of people on the winning side who are not interested in this question. Think it's hysterical. Think there's nothing to see here believe in Brexit vote Progress? Jones let's face. It just won a general election. I mean, he's got a majority of 80 seats on the British House of Commons on But this is the problem is that Putin thrives on this scenario. You have kind of a culture war political war between two rival camps because It means he can. He can do his thing. You could do a sort of sovereign, saying whether it's in in Syria or Libya or Ukraine or Africa on we're consume, so consumed with their own problems that he gets away with it, But I just had one other quick thing, which is that The view from Moscow is that that Trump's presidency from getting to the White House, which the Russians certainly assisted in through it for a sweeping campaign, a similar put it, they see that as the greatest ever Russian or Soviet espionage trump. I mean, there are generals got promotion that there are the Web so ah, supporters of Vladimir Putin and the Russian Duma, the Russian parliament. Breaking open the champagne. They see it as a trance on Gwen it whether they're penny reasons why don't trump him, president and whether you accept Russia payroll?.

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"lebedev" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"Ridiculous. Pharmacies almost better navy's towery abort or is the reporter potato. We're not gonNA produce young fellow. Frank Costello need and say the equity line the Antonioni. Yes that I'm meeting the Gawk at the manors. Come up with honest I jack. Nicholson represent that publ Numidian Stein Africa casual mailing that link Somewhat Rama cannot have in Buda. The Jack Nicholson has made it in like bad is lettuce real Rafael owners. Another mice bureaucracy. Able there must be a pre Olympias. He loved it out in an onion in those is they think on the short marriage powder. Was it a really cool as serious. Komo marrying like Lamar. I'm in good in Australia. Simplisafe farmers come on Netflix. He knows most tram have copied to capitol in theory indirect. WanNa mutism In the Musae Yahweh. Kalana it'd be so the so the conqueror but I don't see that it has on useful ally Olympic got. They'll be mad at him but they were pretty the most potent Dick the other study at the Asa Committee or committee as a romantic birthday. Lena say boulevard say the percent Daba in those maintain. Calm Janka controversy. Can No free the dealers? Reflectors me by the government. Them in Guntalk Rookus map is somebody the others in a race in Barcelona Leveson but the only stop Sunday media eight the most bushfire. Alas as rollers calor. I don't you'll pharmacy about confidentiality Robin Benatti. Came to almost anything as you say seem Tannen we see. Well they're upset by them in Restauran- but it'd be a main thing this damn. I said we feel the Vitamin Desmond. Delays this go fabulous relax. Though introspectively scared Syria levels mental and the Media Indonesia burglary scorers the Ameri invest part of their donation industrial equal. Actually we in Muslim when I got on mass upper dementia runners muster Nkomo context alluvial commodities. They years by Saturday. More in border. On This Day Moss in Gandara protests and laskaris delayed the loading it was really another network assert dunk ruler. Cosmos Langer's ridiculous. More Sankei Taylor USA. Does this restaurant ASTA? They grew empathetic. No moral sheriff. Discount the on this thing ask you study. Yes there's still not and must be still what I'm Martha. Lana Wolradio. Listen those barriers in the centers. The these three different this song. The wilkin registrar kick Tura they mafia stay Maurice Dot Com overthrow reducing our. Lana where spinal the island the MUNC- though Lavar Look Eliza honest as stubby liquid humbler in TV. They will say. Oh we notre specific theorized that I feel that mckean's MMA only Makina stuck with the same three letter. Scotto and it'll give you stand main around Landy Wa Naria Martin. Interested in this game day. Actually they're massing foment this redoubt they they say Spaniel that represent the faith you see on us they spine you but at a lower deck community features young with you in Glass Goes Komo remorse. Anybody Must Register style a far more. Saas another yes most can be. We'll we'll see let him can be will tell episode. You clearly have a Brine Jasmine feel on the circuit he is obviously. There's Los numerous Today's date bobby Menu Gaza's Stood out more by Landau About Fellow Nina She Melaleuca Days Scholars Appalachicola that being in the report there Jack Nicholson native. This redundancy sat Beta the Olympics under their show coming able almost better Scarlett Johansson Arabic. A whole this someone sanity score them. I could C. Semi seat in say Bush Book Elliptical Little Shooting Mercy. Ask and this yes amusement. I'm losing by little more Sika. Komo La Tan. I might have CNN some other. Pretend Take Salvador yes. It means more numerous take. Whether I'm in Minnesota cumberlander that's his Morelli. Saddam wouldn't be fair but I I don't I don't give him with Tim Amass Blow. He usually speak to me. Is the raiders and Anoc Ladakh. Secreto Laboratory is beautiful lear diarrhea. Why No no nearest about Valona much be scared? When Lavar busy this Gordon deal boom those areas in liquid escape and AS Roma Ethical Rob Mato but those Janowski one solid I seek sagamore. Yes kanezo Kamal. The Emerson there's commonly these through data at their school dealers. Yours skiers receipt that is riddled with their younger years. Lebedev he la Melinda Allen Il Il Away Yukiko Dancer tender process expedient. This can to. Medicine is an organ stop flurry in the context. Those Gruber's Ombusu for the despairing proximal Iranian Brooks Besigye inspiration..

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"lebedev" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

08:58 min | 2 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"Ridiculous. Pharmacies almost better navy's towery abort or is the reporter potato. We're not gonNA produce young fellow. Frank Costello need and say the equity line the Antonioni. Yes that I'm meeting the Gawk at the manors. Come up with honest I jack. Nicholson represent that publ Numidian Stein Africa casual mailing that link Somewhat Rama cannot have in Buda. The Jack Nicholson has made it in like bad is lettuce real Rafael owners. Another mice bureaucracy. Able there must be a pre Olympias. He loved it out in an onion in those is they think on the short marriage powder. Was it a really cool as serious. Komo marrying like Lamar. I'm in good in Australia. Simplisafe farmers come on Netflix. He knows most tram have copied to capitol in theory indirect. WanNa mutism In the Musae Yahweh. Kalana it'd be so the so the conqueror but I don't see that it has on useful ally Olympic got. They'll be mad at him but they were pretty the most potent Dick the other study at the Asa Committee or committee as a romantic birthday. Lena say boulevard say the percent Daba in those maintain. Calm Janka controversy. Can No free the dealers? Reflectors me by the government. Them in Guntalk Rookus map is somebody the others in a race in Barcelona Leveson but the only stop Sunday media eight the most bushfire. Alas as rollers calor. I don't you'll pharmacy about confidentiality Robin Benatti. Came to almost anything as you say seem Tannen we see. Well they're upset by them in Restauran- but it'd be a main thing this damn. I said we feel the Vitamin Desmond. Delays this go fabulous relax. Though introspectively scared Syria levels mental and the Media Indonesia burglary scorers the Ameri invest part of their donation industrial equal. Actually we in Muslim when I got on mass upper dementia runners muster Nkomo context alluvial commodities. They years by Saturday. More in border. On This Day Moss in Gandara protests and laskaris delayed the loading it was really another network assert dunk ruler. Cosmos Langer's ridiculous. More Sankei Taylor USA. Does this restaurant ASTA? They grew empathetic. No moral sheriff. Discount the on this thing ask you study. Yes there's still not and must be still what I'm Martha. Lana Wolradio. Listen those barriers in the centers. The these three different this song. The wilkin registrar kick Tura they mafia stay Maurice Dot Com overthrow reducing our. Lana where spinal the island the MUNC- though Lavar Look Eliza honest as stubby liquid humbler in TV. They will say. Oh we notre specific theorized that I feel that mckean's MMA only Makina stuck with the same three letter. Scotto and it'll give you stand main around Landy Wa Naria Martin. Interested in this game day. Actually they're massing foment this redoubt they they say Spaniel that represent the faith you see on us they spine you but at a lower deck community features young with you in Glass Goes Komo remorse. Anybody Must Register style a far more. Saas another yes most can be. We'll we'll see let him can be will tell episode. You clearly have a Brine Jasmine feel on the circuit he is obviously. There's Los numerous Today's date bobby Menu Gaza's Stood out more by Landau About Fellow Nina She Melaleuca Days Scholars Appalachicola that being in the report there Jack Nicholson native. This redundancy sat Beta the Olympics under their show coming able almost better Scarlett Johansson Arabic. A whole this someone sanity score them. I could C. Semi seat in say Bush Book Elliptical Little Shooting Mercy. Ask and this yes amusement. I'm losing by little more Sika. Komo La Tan. I might have CNN some other. Pretend Take Salvador yes. It means more numerous take. Whether I'm in Minnesota cumberlander that's his Morelli. Saddam wouldn't be fair but I I don't I don't give him with Tim Amass Blow. He usually speak to me. Is the raiders and Anoc Ladakh. Secreto Laboratory is beautiful lear diarrhea. Why No no nearest about Valona much be scared? When Lavar busy this Gordon deal boom those areas in liquid escape and AS Roma Ethical Rob Mato but those Janowski one solid I seek sagamore. Yes kanezo Kamal. The Emerson there's commonly these through data at their school dealers. Yours skiers receipt that is riddled with their younger years. Lebedev he la Melinda Allen Il Il Away Yukiko Dancer tender process expedient. This can to. Medicine is an organ stop flurry in the context. Those Gruber's Ombusu for the despairing proximal Iranian Brooks Besigye inspiration..

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"lebedev" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"lebedev" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:02 min | 2 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on KCRW

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm David Mattingly on Capitol Hill this morning the house Judiciary Committee holds its second impeachment hearing NPR's Claudia Christology says it will lay the groundwork for articles of impeachment against president trump for his dealings with Ukraine the Judiciary Committee will lay out its framework for potential impeachment of president trump followed by evidence presented by the house intelligence committee the articles of impeachment could be drawn up later this week followed by a floor vote next week judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler said on CNN Sunday that if this was a traditional court trial the president would be convicted quickly I think the case we have is presented to a jury would be a guilty verdict in about three minutes flat Republicans on the Judiciary an intelligence panels are hoping to knock down that narrative with their presentations today cloudy salicin peer news Washington also today the justice department's inspector general Michael Horowitz releases his findings about the origins of the FBI's investigation into president trump and Russia it's separate from the investigation being led by U. S. attorney John Durham the FBI says last week's deadly shooting at the Pensacola Naval Air Station in Florida is being investigated as an act of terrorism the gunman was a second lieutenant in the royal Saudi Air Force who was receiving flight training in the US he killed three sailors before being shot to death by a sheriff's deputy this is NPR news from Washington a top north Korean official is refuting president trump's assertion on Twitter that Pyongyang will not become hostile to the U. S. and P. R.'s entity kun is in Seoul we have nothing to lose shop back Kim yung chol the former negotiator and spymaster in a statement carried by state media Kim called trumpet he listen a radical man and warned that North Korea might have to redeploy the epithet doctored to describe him the dueling comments came two days after North Korea revive testing at a satellite launch site which analysts fear could be a prelude to renewed long range missile testing also over the weekend north Korea's ambassador to the U. wind said the denuclearization is off the negotiating table with the US in lengthy talks with Washington are no longer needed Anthony kun NPR news Seoul the world anti doping agency is banning Russia from international sports competitions for four years they include the next summer and Winter Olympic Games NPR's Lucy and Kim has more from Moscow eager Lebedev for Russian lawmaker and head of the national soccer association told state TV the decision was a blow to clean athletes as well as the Russian sports fans he said Russia should appeal water's decision but Lebedev also said Russian officials were partially to blame for not removing outstanding issues with the country's anti doping program hi I'm Dave Mattingly NPR news in Washington and on this Monday morning you are listening to Casey are W. on cherry Glazer good to have you here well all gonna new rec popping up as you're headed into Orange County southbound five at valley view that's where an S. U. V. smacked into the center divider left lane is taken away heads up if you make your way through Costa mesa northbound fifty five at the five it's a plastic bin in the left lane there well after that rain over the weekend the pay off coming today going to be sunny and beautifully clear highs in the upper fifties to the mid sixties December is KCRW season of giving back in your tax deductible gift also secures your chance to win KCRW's new year's eve sweepstakes the prize includes a luxury suite for poor the Fairmont hotel as well as a V. I. P. table at the bungalows new year's eve party so support KCRW with a donation of twenty five dollars or more by Tuesday December seventeenth and you'll be automatically entered to win go to KCRW dot com slash joined and thanks support for NPR comes from C. three dot a online see three dot a I software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems learn more at C. three down a LA and from T. I. A. committed to the idea that wall most things in life right now from clean shirts in the morning to a favorite dessert at night lifetime income in retirement should not learn more A. T. I a dot org slash never run out it's five thirty five it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm Rachel Martin good morning the next Olympics are this summer in Tokyo Russia will not be there this morning the world anti doping agency band Russia from global sports for the next four years this is punishment for that country systemic and widespread athlete doping program we've got in here sports correspondent Tom Goldman with us to talk about this decision hi Tom good morning what more can you tell.

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"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Face up to the white amount laps in the quick drink of water delaying the face off. Buck is drop badgers play back onto the left point calmac with a John it hits a globe of Norman and just goes wide the Minnesota dole. Celtic trying to hold the left point. Can't tack. The center goes three nothing. Minnesota leading seven minutes gone by here in the second period. I'm getting I'm getting more and more comfortable with the gophers defensive play in their own zone. Amata the limb. And I realized that Mike buck about two years worth of trend. Boys are settling down. Gophers looking impressive early on. Here is wise Bach brings the badgers in. Checked off the play Minnesota regained possession. Wait flings the center route on the fly now by Ramsey. He spends it across the Sadiq walking shadows blocked off the stick and off to the corner. At goes Jack was trying to pick a quarter. There wasn't a. Yes. He was. Jack gated right by it. I thought he was going to get a stick on. Tommy Ramsey back over to Sadiq takes the shot tassels goals door. He shows blocker save for Lebedev. Back again. In front. It misses the skate. Wait who tried to kick it up to a stick? Go for back own and are getting a line change at the same time, captain Tyler she heads up ice points and fourteen of the last fifteen games for Tyler. A goal in the system the opening period here tonight. Brooklyn back at his own line. Check passes it off to the right wing corner. Gophers trail long pass up ice and get it through for Novak. Santa sample Ranta couldn't hang onto that pass at a point blank shot for right out in front. What hands by Novak there to make that pass? Danny has it in for for Novak cut about is blocked off some skates and grabbed off Josh ask. He for the long bond breakaway effort now to shine rises at Robson knocked down. Gophers right back. Collision of sunrise, two guys. Go down check by Tom resumed taking up to go for player. Now, she he back up the right wing across the blue line sends it left for all that back in. Shots just wide. Of back down low for junior trying to get to it. Grabbed off now by the badgers and hey, come up ice with four guys. Brought in by Malone drops it off. There's a rush out right on the rebound a shadow whether or not by robo Malone. With Minnesota robot. Got a little cute to it ahead. Finally does bounce out to center. And now will Johnson will fraud. Minnesota and Wisconsin changing on the goal gates chips. It ahead for piddling waiting at the Wisconsin line streaks down the left side work communities to badgers finds Walker who centers and unable to was gates Kalmyk. Cross ice pass onto the stick of gorniak Russia's right on pad save made by Robson. Out in front of heart blast of duty shot went over top the goal. Sammy Walker takes a pass. Finds it. Offensive Samo ziti. He'll push the center for gates dark timidly attack plaza. Pull it back but lost the puck. Walker will carry on pay turns the left wing boards now feeds appoint for Rosie Whiteside? Puzzles door back down low for water. Sammy caps it off the boards. But baker. Look at the four check gophers doing a fine job trying to contain the badgers in their own zone and are doing soul. Slept around by the defenseman in a model, but gates will get a stick on it. Try to play back for pit lick goes into the corner boards. Now. Wisconsin will shovel it off a say pitches. Deepen point and keeps the play back down in behind the badger goal line pet. That's kind of what you were talking about. If you're gonna go go now, right? Someone's got to be able to you know, they they got to trust them together enough to to cover for each other. Then you know, that's playing aggressive and planks smart. Bags of chicken a breather here. They don't know which way to go. They haven't had much success at all in the last five minutes or so. While the modem make a complete line change through the middle of the ring picked up by Linas wise by Costa's in and fires high and wide. They've done that a number of times that I shoot high gophers coming back. Mcmahon is trying to put across to an open player..

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"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And we'll also be honoring the nineteen Seventy-nine national championship team between periods. Minnesota waddles. The puck down into the attack zone. Picked up behind his goal by wall count. Knock almost lost cutting in front of his own net. But pushes it up ice. Now for Baker. He crosses the gopher line in terms of over. Minnesota's Ben Brinkman who has steadily been becoming very important defense. Went back there for the gophers. Got it up ice junior gates stride across the line poke check off his stick by Sean doogie and engage blows on wheel and his knocked over. Back. It was all blue line for the badgers. Got it up to Sean who led Wisconsin in shots in that first period getting three of their seventeen. Gophers had a three-shot effort from brim look in that period of the nine put on goal. Are. We in Penn State. Here comes the gophers pelvic. Does absorbing ahead. He hid in the end boards as well. Badger slide to the Boers gopher out dates passed a Walker just skipped over his behind the Wisconsin. And it's off the net minder Lebedev. And finally, the badgers are able to work it back to neutral as. Tyler any hit center. Steers it Indy. Gophers changing on the go and Wisconsin comes up to the right of their net. Peter Tyskie other veteran player getting it up ice. Now for Malone shameless Malone walking the blue line pass off the boards down to the lower left corner. Play it out in front. Goes back in behind too far for the Jason duty two brothers. Jason and Shawn doogie on this team. The Dookie brothers. The Doobie brothers. Roles behind his goal for Minnesota long stretch fast up the middle. Just misses Blick mcglaughlin. And Wisconsin goes back inside their own line for almost three minutes gone here at a fast pace second period with no whistles as yet. Dead man passes center ice goes to Jason duty. Strenuous brothers. You're not going to be able to get away from that. It's going to be an ear bug for the rest of the season. Back to my point. Dookie brothers. No. I I watched the first Gary where did seventeen come from shots for Wisconsin in that period grew. No, this is not Penn State is that where you're going. Have you guys here are spot on he nice now? Well. An accurate number. Look at your shot. Hip chat thrown in going to the is biting the dust on that one was line is wise back gopher clarify not out at the blue lines deflected off a stick going. Why did we go for nuts? Norman in there for. Play it away from Brock Caufield and does is slowly rolls back. Oh to neutralize. Three nothing Minnesota leading Wisconsin as the badger step back across the line. Caufield crunched up along the margin written off the play allowing Minnesota to regain possession. Field. One two points in his last three goals. There's a shot on goal steered actually by the badgers net. Almost knocked blows comes to the point CDC will hold it in for the gophers. Only one shot so far in this period. That's coming for Minnesota's we played over four minutes. Now. Check thrown down there again and getting the absorption of that one was a defenseman Tyler Aina model. Gophers Norman will dump it in delayed offside the gophers will tag up as play. We'll continue now. Allows Wisconsin they come back out of their own zones. A thought to the gopher blueline Tommy nolaac will pick it up on the white wall. And chip it off the glass to neutralize nothing going on in the in the offense of zone for the badgers. Here comes the Sean doogie, but it's off saw push pause ten seconds for station identification. This is where you hear Minnesota golden gopher hockey. Chancing on AM eleven thirty one zero three point five FM HD wide on iheartradio..

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"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"These the twin cities news talk station. AM minneapolis. Pat. I know you had a little sticker shock on that seventeen shots on goal by the badgers, the first twenty eight attempts five blocks six misses all the shots from the outside. That's good. That's good. One-two-three quality shots attempts. Minnesota's Thailand anti pushes it up ice. Wobble. Off of the sticker. Junior gates picked up now by Malone. He gets the badger started across the line that swept off a sticky reaches back and get to the game. Now shoot sharp angle, but it's a shoulder. Save for Robson. The hands with gopher player who would have had concession no penalty. Call milona will pass down. Low receives. But it glances off the heel of his deck, then any picks up the pot. And gets Minnesota outta their zone balls at the centre. Here's. Breakaway. Walker pokes at it ended up flex off the goalie defenseman and why do they badger neck? Should remove shot. I think so I would agree. He may may have Zane goes to off but tried to threat a pass through two guys, which is tough and look at the magician keeping puck on stick like a magnet. Then got it to the shop by Rosetti is blocked by then the Lebedev which magician you talking about that one out on the ice is three nothing. Gophers and this is golden gopher hockey from learfield. It's.

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"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And two assists while Dakota Joshua. Era goals for the winning buckeyes Ohio State number four in the country lead the big ten conference with this weekend. Sweet and are three and three in league play over their last eleven games. They've lost just once seven one in three are on a great role. They will be idle next week. Meanwhile, number thirteen ranked Penn State will slip to fifth place in the big ten conference at five wins. Eight losses and a tie. They've lost four other last five matches and allowed four point four goals against average in that time tough break right now for Penn State and they'll be on hold ice against Michigan next weekend. Meanwhile, Notre Dame and Wisconsin are playing today in Chicago that game will start at six thirty central time. Notre Dame won six two four Friday night in Madison, Wisconsin. Notre Dame broke a four four tying the third period on a goal by Michael Leary to take the lead. And then added an empty netter. Wisconsin us both Dan Lebedev and Jack berry and goal during that Friday night. Number twelve right? Notre Dame with that win ended a three straight loss skid including two to Minnesota last week. We'll be on home ice next weekend against Michigan state, Wisconsin sit in sixth place in the big ten at four four and three and they have lost three straight games. And again, they'll be playing at United Center in Chicago tonight, Notre Dame, and Wisconsin. Michigan wolverines idle this week. We'll be on home ice against Penn State Thursday in Ann Arbor. And then Saturday, we'll be at Madison Square Garden. These two teams in downtown New York City. Part of that super Saturday program at the big ten conference holds Michigan are tuned to in the last four games. But have just two wins in their last thirteen outings. Minnesota women's sold out Ritter arena yesterday at thirty four hundred thirty two hundred they had in their Friday night and last night, they defeated Wisconsin.

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"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

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"lebedev" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Welcome back to Menarini here in east Lansing, Michigan. Ohio State might number five in the country is at Penn State for para games this weekend. And the last night the buckeyes picked up an impressive four two one victory on the road by shooting. Penn State in their own building thirty three twenty five teams traded power play goals in the first a two-man advantage. Led to always use a second power play goal. Padded their lead to three two one with a goal. Midway through the second goal in the third led to a four to one final Ohio State right now up on top of Penn State by a five three score in their second game of the weekend. And that's after two periods of play Ohio State. First place in the big ten conference coming into today's game at seven three and three. Meanwhile, Penn State has fallen to fifth and they've lost three out of their last four goals while giving up sixteen goals against in the last four games. Number twelve ranked Notre Dame got back on the winning side last night going into Wisconsin and winning six two four. Notre Dame was badly shot in the game thirty seven to twenty four but the game was tied at three after two periods of play four goals within scored in the third period is Michael Graham got a power play goal at four twenty two for Notre Dame that end of the night for Wisconsin goaltender Lebedev and berry came in the finish. The way will Johnson and got a goal to tie the game at four mid period. Notre Dame about an even strength goal from Mike O'Leary in a really nice assist by Dylan mall quest. And they added an empty netter Notre Dame. Samsa three straight loss. They were on including two versus Minnesota last week Wisconsin, meanwhile has lost three straight say lost six two to to the eighteen team last weekend. They'll be at Minnesota next week. Michigan are idle this weekend, they'll be on home ice against Penn State Thursday at Ann Arbor and then Saturday of next weekend at Madison Square Garden as part of the annual big ten super Saturday event and the Minnesota golden gopher women in a battle the top two ranked teams in the country. Lost two to one Wisconsin Friday night ending a fourteen game win streak a season high thirty two hundred were on an last night. And they're playing a game right now.

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