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"lee bailey" Discussed on American Scandal
"A long few days. Only two weeks in, people are already calling this the trial of the century. Hearst has had to sit in the witness stand, dissecting her own inner life in a courtroom packed with gawking members of the public. The trial has had the atmosphere of a zoo with Hearst feeling like an animal on display. Her defense attorney, F. Lee Bailey, said that this was all unnecessary part of the process. In order to win, they had to establish her state of mind, beginning with the moment she was kidnapped, and Hearst had to show how the threat of death was part of the daily fabric of her life, informing every one of her decisions over the course of months. Hearst robbed a bank, she doesn't deny it. But what they had to show the jury is that given her kidnapping and the chronic terror she felt, it's clear that she was coerced and is not culpable. So far, Hurst has gone along with the defense strategy. She's trying to stay clear of anything that would make her seem like a sincere convert to the SLA. But after days of testifying, hers can feel herself wearing thin. She's had to endure hour upon hour of intense questioning. And looking up at the prosecutor, Hearst can tell she's about to face another round of painful interrogations. Questions designed to trip her up and sway the 7 women and 5 men, sitting in the jury box. The prosecutor browning turns on his heels and begins his next round of questions. So, miss Hurst, we've heard of many instances where you had access to a telephone and even moments of privacy during your time with the SLA. Why exactly did you never call your parents or trying to return to them? I felt my parents wouldn't want to see me again. I felt ashamed of what I'd said about them on those tapes. And so you remained in a situation where the threat of death supposedly hung over you. Because you were worried your parents were mad at you, it's not that simple. And yes or no, miss hers. If you put it that way, yes, I guess. Good. Now, I'm gonna show you something. Brownie walks to the prosecutor's table and grabs a gun. Hearst recognizes the weapon, it's the one she'd carried when she and the SLA robbed the hibernia bank. Rounding sets the weapon in front of her, and Hearst picks it up and expecting it. Now, miss first, you look quite comfortable with that gun. How do you know that weapon was yours? By the stock and the bolt. Hearst freezes. She's made a mistake, revealing a sign of herself that she's been trying to avoid. Someone who knows how to handle a gun. But soon browning moves on from the gun and begins another line of questioning. Now, did you and mister William Wolfe, a man also known as cujo? Did you and mister Wolfe develop a relationship during her time with the SLA? You mean during my kidnapping? Miss hers, what was the nature of the relationship? I don't know what you mean. Was it a sexual relationship? I don't like to call it a relationship. What would you call it then? I don't like saying it out loud. We're trying to sort out the facts, miss Hurst. He raped me. The courtroom suddenly grows tense, but browning doesn't pivot. Was it forcible rape? I beg your pardon? I mean, did you struggle? Or did you submit because of fear? I didn't resist. No. Did you not say to others within the group that you thought highly of mister wolf? I didn't say that at all. Well then what exactly did you say? I said I had a strong feeling about him. And what was that feeling? For Hearst, this is excruciating. She's being forced to relive one of the most painful moments of her life. In front of a crowd of strangers. But she doesn't mince her words. Well, mister browning, it wasn't romantic. I couldn't stand him. I was just trying to survive. Hearst looks around the courtroom, seeing members of the public nodding, seeming to take her side. And when she turns back to the prosecutor, she can tell he's now uncomfortable. That feels like a small victory. For days, Hearst has been turned into an object of public scrutiny. She's felt her humanity slipping away. But finally, it seems that people are seeing her as a person again. Someone who survived a painful experience and who had to make complicated and difficult choices. It's a small measure of vindication, and there's another more consequential benefit. If the jury understands her perspective and experience, there's a chance Hearst will be able to walk away from this trial of free woman. Several weeks later, Jim browning watches as his assistant attorney David Bancroft rises from the prosecution table and begins his examination of their next witness. Doctor Joel Ford is a psychiatrist and an expert in human psychology. Browning brought the doctor into the trial because no matter how he tried to deliver the facts, the defense pushed back with the same argument. Underneath every one of her decisions, Patricia Hearst was terrified and never acting of her own free will. The defense has trotted out a group of psychiatrists, all painting a picture of Hearst as numb with terror, only joining the SLA to relieve the constant threats of death. They even had the gall to compare hers to a prisoner of war. By now, the prosecution can see where this trial is headed. It's becoming a never ending debate over something no attorney can prove what Patricia Hearst was thinking and feeling during her time with the SLA. And the jury seems like it's been swayed by the defense. So the prosecution is going to fight fire with fire. Browning assembled his own team of psychiatrists. His goal isn't to convince the jury one way or the other about Hearst's state of mind. He just hopes his experts will undermine the psychiatrist brought in by the other side, and that the cold, hard facts of the case, will finally take precedence. So at the prosecution table, browning sits listening, as doctor Ford begins painting a very different portrait of Patricia Hearst. He describes Hearst as a young woman prone to lying. A woman who strongly disliked her parents, who harbored serious doubts about her engagement to her fiance. The psychiatrist goes on to describe Hearst as a woman fundamentally desperate to find a sense of meaning in her life. Doctor Ford acknowledges that Hearst's kidnapping may have involved a period of frightening captivity. But he argues it also liberated Hearst from a life that had left her feeling trapped and gave her a sense of purpose. Hearing this assertion hearsts attorney F. Lee Bailey raises an objection, arguing that the testimony is outrageous, but the judge denied that request. Browning's assistant attorney continues with his examination, asking a series of probing questions about Patricia Hearst's credibility, as well as the likelihood that Hearst was a sincere convert to the SLA. As the questioning unfolds, Brown and glances at the jury box, trying to suss out their reaction. It's looking good, and they seem persuaded. And with more psychiatrists lined up in the coming days, browning starts to feel optimistic. This case isn't lost yet.
"lee bailey" Discussed on WGN Radio
"1718 a solution to radio station in Cleveland the most signal of equilibrium promoted some oldies And it was limited However it got me started in about 1972 73 I hooked up with bin bamboo the magazine Not the record Right But I'd like you to point out at some point but I got a subscription to bin bamboo I think I got about a year's worth of magazines It was once a month but then they went fast and over the years I would give them away to anybody that I thought was genuinely interested in the old days like you play And I'm down to about three but it was a fantastic magazine I want to say this too I feel that you lead the charge with the heartbeat and anthem for this type of music And I love how Scottish in the south side of these things you and I'd like to thank you too That's right I love how you're talking about Louis Jordan no one well And 50 minute man from 1950 when I was born but the last thing I want to say unless you want to talk back to me is to all listening to thanks for the unknown questions that are already on their way Absolutely Thanks for calling I appreciate it Welcome And of course I give thanks for you Tim because again how much time does top shelf oldies take of yours Well I mean I really do need to update the playlist I have about 5000 songs on it So at least I can let it go for years without people complaining about hearing repeats And of course part of the day is filled with live programming also But my own show takes me probably 12 hours or so in total to do Oh my God And I do it every week So and unlike you I'm retired So I'm sort of wondering where my retirement is going as I continue to put more work in Plus I experiment with new things We are now on Twitch for my show which dot TV which is normally a gamer site People go to Twitch to watch gamers who are really good at their games play But now they've allowed disc jockeys to go on there also and to stream whatever they want to And appear on camera So I do that every Monday as well So I look at my show there And by the way I'd love to see GM do that with your show This is audio only This will never be video Well well you've heard the expression he or she has a face for radio You are the opposite No no No I'm not about to do that You know for a while John wanted me to do that because I've got the capability on my stressors absolutely no way So I thank God for radio being audio and I'm glad I may western somebody's mind but otherwise I'll be our or moving Oh I have seen you I like some of your listeners and I think just the opposite analysis very kind But yes no it takes a lot of time and in the summertime when I want to go to the beach often I can't do that So I live in San Diego Which is annoying So I may put my show back to two hours on the during the summer So I have a little more time to spend doing what I really like to do which is just play in the waves and get a sunset Yeah absolutely All right Lori is on the north side of Chicago She joins us so welcome back to WGN Laurie Hey everyone hi Kim I've never heard of you before until the light What's wrong with you Well how does it Have somehow Well now you know when there's no excuse so top shelf oldies dot org I don't have a computer You're the one Oh okay You're the one Yeah All right so the only way I can communicate at all is by telephone Well here you are and you're going to vote on the world's worst hit record So what are you adding to the list I have got a bunch of them The night Chicago died Yes Chicago lace Paper laser What else Okay Is that all there is Yes Peggy Lee Bailey Yeah I actually I'm not Lisa Okay the Jesse colter version Yes Probably Now there's another one I don't know how early it is but it's probably you know who it is And I don't remember 60 minute man You don't like that Lori are you a communist What's wrong with you 60 minute man is the dominoes How can you It is a great song Lori Well you know that's the beauty of the world's worst hit records They are hit So for every one we hate someone loves them and then of course for everyone we love or he hates How big did that get Very big It was a huge record and it is the number one beach music record of all time but you hate it so okay What else And now I don't know this early 70s Or whatever can I see Oh the boys The boys Yeah well Rupert Holmes wrote that You know it's a barbecue All right so Timothy Use me by fill with us Okay All right Keep going And purple haze by Jimmy Three Hendricks I hate Jimmy Hendricks anyway He used to play with Joey D at the peppermint lounge Oh yeah Maybe she's has she heard the Dion version of purple haze Oh God Don't make me What Yes yes oh absolutely So anything else Or is that Oh yeah Why should I doubt it Let's hear it And now Raleigh before I forget you said that you don't participate in the voting but with my son if you don't like them you are the putative vote just because I don't vote on them I really don't No participation for me So give me the rest of them.
"lee bailey" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Back. This is the Ben Shapiro show joining US online. Larry Elder. He's the gubernatorial candidate in California with by the polling data Divas shots replaced Gavin Newsom. Should Gavin Newsom be recalled. So, Larry, Let's talk about the full frontal assault that you've now had to endure from the media. It is pretty astonishing how fast you became a white supremacist. As soon as you declared that you're going to run for office, so number one. Congratulations on finally receiving your white privilege Diploma in the mail. I'm eager to welcome you to the white people clubs. As a Jew. You're now welcome in the minorities who are now considered white, even though they're not actually white. Club, so I wanted to get your thoughts on being one of the only black white supremacist in America, according to a columnist for the L A Times. I worked very hard for that title. Ben. Thank you, uh, actually been called the black face of white supremacy. I've also been accused of hating women because I wrote an article 21 years ago, where I cited a study from the Edinburgh School of Journalism, which is connected with University of Pennsylvania. They asked women and men 25 questions about politics. Men knew more than women did in 15. They knew the same at nine, and women knew more than one and I was just citing that study, and therefore I hate women. The headline of the article was the she issues. She stands for Social Security, health care and education. Turns out women knew more cared more about that men cared more about the economy, about taxes and about foreign policy. And I quoted a female professor is still there. And she said the reason women knew less than men did on these topics is because they get their primary source of news from local news, and she said, I didn't quote local watching local news makes you dumber, close quote. So I was attributed to that comment. When I said I didn't say it, she did. And so, therefore Larry Elder hates women. Very older is a black face of white supremacy who hates women. And then, of course, you've seen these articles from the L a times trying to basically gin up the notion that you've committed some sort of grave illegality. And of course, the headline goes out is about campaign fundraising issue. I believe, but it was it was. It was an issue that Crops up in almost literally every single campaign and is quickly fixed. It didn't matter. The L A Times ran with it immediately started trending on Twitter because that's what Twitter does. Right. I was something called form 700, which I never heard of. And you fill that out in order to run for office. Uh, and it turns out that I did not fully declared that I own 100% of my corporation called Lawrence, a elder and associates. We quickly fixed it. It was minor. But for two or three days it was elder is evading the fully disclosing his financials, which is completely nonsense. And then Larry. There is also this this attempt to go after you for your personal life and your dating life, and I wonder if you want to respond to that a little bit. Well, just nothing in there is true. I've never waved a gun loaded or unloaded at anybody, Uh, and beyond. The rest of it is just almost too silly to to mention also, you forgot that I was also accused of being a self loathing black man because of a joke. I told her in a comedy club 27 years ago. The butt of the joke was F. Lee Bailey. And the premise was that F. Lee Bailey was enjoying saying the N word in Open court. These cross examining Mark Furman, a black radio station left out the premise and just had me saying a bunch of racial epithets. And therefore, Larry older is not only the black face of white supremacy who hates women. He also has a self loathing black man who is the white face black face of white supremacy who hates women. Larry The desperation of Your opposition must be encouraging to you because they only really start throwing the kitchen sink of people when there's a real possibility the person might win. Well, that's right. And then, of course, there's been the attack on the recall process itself has been called unconstitutional, even though it's been in the California Constitution for 110 years, and the anger is that I could possibly win with as little as 20% or so of the total amount of votes. But they didn't seem to care about about democracy when they impeach Donald Trump weighs virtually zero Republican support, But all of a sudden, it's not fair for a minority of people to have their way. So Larry. What do you think would be the implications for the California Republican Party if Newsome were to be recalled, because one of the things that we saw is there were some kind of Republican hopes in the aftermath of Gray Davis recall in Schwarzenegger becoming governor, and he, of course, served a couple terms as governor. There was this sort of feeling when that first happened, And maybe this was the comeback for the California Republican Party. And then it turns out that Schwarzenegger presided over what what was almost certainly a massive down slide for the California Republican Party he governed, is essentially a centrist Democrat, as opposed to a Republican and which means the last Real Republican governor that we've had was, in fact, Pete Wilson, and that's been two decades. What would it mean for the Republican Party? And do you think that the Republican Party could spring back into some form of real robust existence? Where your governor I really do what happened with honest fortune. He came out of Hollywood been. He was used to people loving on him. He was a Terminator. And once he began making mild criticisms about the teachers, unions and my criticism about the nurses union, he completely cave and he went to the left. I'm used to people calling me names. I'm used to people calling me an uncle. Talk. I'm not going up there to make friends. I have no illusions. I want to be in court from Day one. But the other thing that happened in my opinion is this because I'm from the inner city because I went to public schools because I can talk to regular people in regular ways. I think I'm gonna improve the brand of the Republican Party. I think people going to find out that I've got common sense, and many of these problems that we're facing could be resolved with common sense, and I think it will improve the Republican brand. But the other big thing will happen is this a lot of people feel that Dianne Feinstein mentally is in worse shape than, uh than Joe Biden? No one's seen her in weeks, if not months. There's a good chance that once I become governor, she may no longer be senator. And as you know, we have a 50 50 split in the Senate and Washington D. C. So this would be a profound policy ship and power shift If I report. In fact, if I appoint Republican successor which I most certainly will do if and when Dianne Feinstein vacated that position I very much look forward to Senator Dennis Prager from the state of California..
"lee bailey" Discussed on 790 KABC
"The Russians change the outcome of the election, even though the Intel committee said We can't tell that one way or the other. So in terms of the big lie, why is it Hillary social Media platforms have never been shut down and people respond by pushing back and saying, Well, Larry Hillary completed the election Donald Trump didn't Oh contraire, mon Frayer. Hillary never used the C word concede, nor did Donald Trump. Both Donald Trump said that Biden won the election. He never use the C word. Have a push back is that Hillary never filed to overturn the election again. Oh contraire, Mon frere. She joined the Jill Stein lawsuit to overturn the Wisconsin election and found a separate motion to have the recount done by hand. And the third thing is well. Hillary supporters didn't storm the capital in January six because Hillary wasn't in the White House. But the assumption is her supportive would have been perfectly okay with losing the election by 30 some 1000 votes, which is what Steve Kornacki said. Remember what happened when Donald Trump won the election in November, 2016 protests all over the place, including violent protests, and when he was inaugurated third week of January, 200 Hillary supporters were arrested for staging violent protests in Washington, D C. We're supposed to believe that if Hillary had been in the White House, and she lost the election for 30,000 votes, her supporters would have gone quietly into that. Good night. I don't think so. Let's go back to the beginning of this campaign when you turn your paperwork into the registrar voters, the secretary of state and they broke the law trying to keep you off the ballot. You they said If Larry Elder doesn't like our decision, Larry Elder can take us to court what you did, and you won and the judge smacked down and forced you your name to be put on the ballot. From that point forward, you could tell that the powers that be in the state of California were willing to break the law and played dirty pool to derail your campaign. They didn't even want you to have an opportunity to make a case to make an argument to the people of California the that's right big industries in California whether it's the tech industry, Hollywood whatever. They're in bed with new some PG, and he certainly is. The media who is supposed to hold his feet to the fire and report on things like him going to the French laundry with the lobbyist for PG any, They're not doing it. The Times didn't break that story. The San Francisco Chronicle didn't break that story. The Sacramento Bee didn't break that story. It was one reporter and an ABC affiliate in San Francisco that did Nobody else cared. Nobody else was looking at it. So far, you have not participated in any of the debates that have taken place in California. And people ask me about that. And I say, Listen, the institutions in California have already tried to kneecap this guy every opportunity they've had, and they continue to try to do it. The fact that he's doing his own thing, and he's not playing by their rules in a rig system where they're going after him to try to make him look as bad as possible. I totally understand Can you walk us through your logic on on that decision? Well, first of all that night, I had a fundraiser. And as I pointed out, this man can raise and spend and a limited amount of money. And so far, my understanding is he's raised $50 million. He may even spend as much as 75 million and all the people that you now mentioned Big Tech. The teachers union. The other unions, Hollywood are all throwing money against me. I didn't think it made any sense whatsoever for all of us Republicans to be and what I call the circular firing squad and shoot at each other when the first part of the ballot has to go down, and that is 50% plus one has to vote Gaddum Nelson to be recalled. After that, whoever gets the highest number of votes. Will succeed him right now I'm a hit, but frankly, I support anybody over Gavin Newsom. I think it's foolish for us to use our county cannon fire for anything other than to remind people about the hypocrisy about him having his own kids in in person, private education. We have even talked about the $500 Million deal that he did with some lobbyists who set up a company just days earlier to buy some protective masks from China, masked by the way were defective, and he was paying substantially higher price than Eric Garcetti was from ask for for Los Angeles. And we have to remind people about the crime about the homelessness and about the outrageous cost of living. That's what our job is, and that's what I'm trying to do. And that's why I'm staying focused on him and not on the other Republicans. I will do one debate. Anywhere anytime in a garage, backyard Hot air balloon, I'll debate Gavin Newsom. One of the points that Newsome keeps making is that middle class Californians are taxed less than people who live in Texas, making the same amount of money and that is a fallacy for any number of reasons. First and foremost, they get creative with what they consider to be attacks and what's a fee, and the other issue is that it's not necessarily taxes by themselves that are driving people out of California. It's the high cost of living. It's because we don't build new housing, so the cost of housing prices people out of the market. Our schools are not open or so bad. People have to send their kids to private school, which is attacks by another name. We let the homeless take over the libraries, the beaches the parks, so people have to take their kids to amusement parks or beaches in other parts of the country or other parts of the state where they don't Get harassed by the homeless. All of these forms of bad government lead to costs that Californians have to pay. He may not consider them to be taxes per se, but their taxes by another name. Absolutely. And let's add crime into that. Don't forget Barbara Boxer just a few days ago, was mugged in Oakland. Someone took her cellphone. Gavin Newsom was attacked by a mentally ill homeless person, but for the fact that he had security detail with him, he might have been harmed. How many of us are lucky enough to have security detail? Crime up in San Francisco? Crime up in L. A. And by crime? I'm talking about shootings and homicides. And up in San Diego. That is a cost to the number. One job of government is protect people in property. And this ridiculous narrative that the police are out to get you have called the police to pull back is called the Ferguson effect or the George Floyd effect and the defund the police movement, moving money out of the Oakland Police Department and moving money out of the Los Angeles Police Department while releasing 20,000 convicted talent early Statistically, they're they're more likely to re offend what could possibly go wrong. That's attacks to you know, one of the things I predicted on the show. Yesterday, I was going back to the recall of Gray Davis back in 2000 and three And instead of reporting on gray Davis is failings. What the news did was they went after Arnold Schwarzenegger and they put out a story in the Los Angeles Times, accusing him of every bad thing. You could accuse someone of as it relates to sexual harassment right before the election as I look at your rise in the polls Don't even know what's coming down the pike. But I just assumed that the LA times in the mainstream media they're going to try to turn you into a monster right before the election. Are you worried about that same thing? Uh, yes, I am worried about it. But John, it's already happened. I did a comedy bit some 27 years ago. It needs on PICO Boulevard on the West side, and it was a marking it was marking F. Lee Bailey and F. Lee Bailey's use of the N word during open court supremacy is this white man was enjoying being able to say the n word in open court without anybody attacking him? So it was played out of context on a black radio station, and I was accused of using racial epithets against my own people. Never mind. I played it on KBC when I was there, and I wasn't fired during at the time. Um, and they also came up with with a tax lien I had and I did. I had it for three days..
"lee bailey" Discussed on The Charles Moscowitz Podcast
"Nineteen forty six the same time the flamingo was opening and lasky was there and And all of the other heads of the mob and lansky and luckily who's head of the american mafia or very close from the time they were kids ano- when luchino tried to have his gang steal Landscapes lunch money as a kid and lasky brought back. He got beat up but he fought back in so Louisiana saw something special tim so they became friends for life after that and they were the ones who combined called the combination the jews and the italians they were the ones are putting together 'cause sicilians and italians never wanted to mix with anybody way so yeah back. They talked about that in the godfather movies. They show how while one of the sons was like half irish and he was seen as like. You know like a lieutenant. He could never really be on the inside because he wasn't a full blooded sicilian fingers Yeah but but yeah. I mean and the families are very tight you know. It's like the old saying. Keep your keep your friends close and your enemies closer by strike surrogate whereas the jewish mobsters. I don't know they. They kind of were second fiddle to the italian sauces in the united states and they often played roles of like Kind of quarriers and and You know they would carry messages and they would perform services. I mean my alaska legalism accountant. No you're you're going on a wrong track okay. were separate. they were separate they. Didn't they didn't curry curry for anyone but themselves. And they did call. Meyer lansky the mob accountant. And they call the mob auditor. He went behind landscape to make sure everything was correct. Seaside way was very quiet introspective person he was not a killer at heart and he never personally killed anyone although he did hire murder inc to kill. Somebody wants and seagull but his participation in that as a wedding gift to subway who singles of course. Yeah it was a killer. Absolutely and he. He enjoyed it. He would go out of his way to be part of the group and of killers and it didn't matter if it was by himself or with a group to handle the deal was barred people. Absolutely there's nothing glamorous about him we're not talking about. I think it was Recently the late f. Lee bailey who I interview before. He passed away a couple of years ago and he represented barboza was one of the most vicious killers and arable horrible man and he was asked at went barbosa diet. He's a reporter. Asked him how he felt about it and he goes you know our society is no worse for wear without him around and he's a anyways but What happened to segue in at the end. Well unusual that Segue died of natural causes. He was killed by anybody. But the reason siegel was killed was because he threatened the life of our subway. Yeah well i mean. I would think that seagal would have been savvy enough to know that that would have been doubt sentence but maybe he had become so full of himself that it didn't with got his beyond that we'll it's more than that. He knew there was a death sentence when he refused to Payback any the flamingo that he had borrowed even to make the first payment when they started becoming successful in the hotel. He's up pay him up pam. You know i get around to it..
"lee bailey" Discussed on The Dr. Susan Block Show
"We're not gonna get two species specific The important thing. He doesn't have a tail. That's a label. This is a tale out that is a tale. That's his we ought to. It'll be as dick. And that's his tail because that's a big difference between us apes and the monkeys. This tale has two purposes. We don't have tails so everybody ages differently. It's true different experience for different people. I'm excited because i'm getting a pool for my birthday. That'll make me feel young. Max is going to build a pool that we are going to build a pool maximally. Just don't think the meg l campbell way system to so excited because we don't go anywhere and it's not just because of the apocalypse you don't wanna share pools with strangers right. No no well. Maybe it was big enough. For maybe a couple of certified vaccinated leftist bernie supporters of course hall hadid gotti hot. I've forgotten you still say that you could be a supporter. Can you say hobbies. i don't can't gender fluid. Hopefully i don't get canceled. A get cancelled sh so everyone ages a little differently for some sixty is the new forty and for others. Well it's a hop skip and a jump or a slip and fall before hospice but one thing we all have in common. No matter how healthy or young thinking we are is that one after one and sometimes in clusters of two or ten. Our friends are dying. So i'll start with one who not only just died but actually shares a birthday with me and that would be june tenth. I didn't even know this until he died. F lee bailey and he just passed away at the age of ninety years old. So we don't feel too sorry for him but still it's like hurts to lose someone you know. I wouldn't say he was a friend. But i would say he was an inspiration to me. Maybe one of the best criminal defense attorneys ever. And i did meet him and i spent some time with him. I interviewed him. When i was about sixteen or seventeen years old. I love that photo of you. Dr sousa yes. I love it so much for sharing that on twitter facebook. You guys have to check it out. I put it on all the platforms twitter facebook and even instagram. Because it's a little piece of history. I was about sixteen or seventeen on this. Cbs on famous channel. Big corporate channel called young reporters. And that's what i was. I was a national merit. Semi finalist and the editor of my high school paper and i was interviewing f. lee. Bali who was the hottest attorney and really way way before a judge. Judy or anybody. That made law kind of entertaining He was doing it on tv telling stories and making himself into this swashbuckling hero..
"lee bailey" Discussed on Talks With John Podcast
"Ken jeffries can jeff pass. Wb ask wb news. Ninety kenny was my listening. Kenny was my partner for golly seven years eight. Not and like any good partners you get each other's rhythm you can finish each other's sentences no you didn't know each other before you were students together at work. We can't go and say oh and went to work with ken jeffries. Now saying tell me how that would we were both at. Kf wbz and they just would arbitrarily move people about this right place right so essentially chemistry it. It's amazing as something. Our chemistry wasn't great at the very beginning. Okay it was tricky. But we got to know other respected and kinda learned each other's quirks. Because you know when you're on the radio you're stuck in a little bitty room for five or six straight hours. The niche of us. But that's a tight knit situation for four or five six hours five days a week. Yeah if you don't like each other if you don't disaster give each other room for corky. It doesn't work but it works. Yeah oh god did it. Work is yeah. I would see do. Can't he Gosh i i understand. He's doing some part time stuff here. They're kinda semi-retarded. No he has a podcast. Oh but i have not listened to it. But i know he's got right so i think he's just kind of taken that he's doing news. Yeah yeah this together. Yeah and what was your timetable. I mean hours where we right. Seven p two one aet. Oh god monday. Through friday jocks. Now yeah six hours. Yeah strating until the wee hours of the morning. When o'clock the elephant twelve fifty eight was worth it. That situation was fun in the booth. It was not a fun place to work. But we had fun in the booth with each other's Because we got along in. I know his kids wife..
"lee bailey" Discussed on Talks With John Podcast
"John lennon changed the world not just with his music but with his words his thoughts whose humor is hopes and dreams. John had so much more give but his time with us was cut short. So what if. John was here today. What would you think of a world of music. Art politics of life. Join us and just imagine. This is talks with john years years. Oh.
"lee bailey" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For handle today On this Friday, June 4th crowds vandalized buildings stole from businesses last night in Minneapolis is uptown neighborhood officials in a man they're wanted for illegally possessing a gun was shot and killed by authorities. Not the Minneapolis police Department. It was the U. S Marshals Service Task Force was trying to arrest the man on a state warrant for being a felon in possession of a firearm a statement as the man who was in a parked car. Did not comply with law enforcement and did produce a handgun. Before the task members fired upon him. He was declared dead at the scene. California employers employees Sorry, would soon be able to skip masks in the workplace, but only if everybody in the room is vaccinated that was decided upon by Cal OSHA. The rules are still going to have to go through legal review before they get complex before they get officially implements it on June 15th and a quick covid thing. Remember, we talked about zoonotic transmission where it goes from Animals to humans, and it happens all the time. He went the other way. A lioness in a zoo in India has died. While positive for Covid 19. They say that they believe that the Covid is what killed her. Eight other lions, all housed in the same zoo in India have tested positive for Covid 19, and it was a lion handler. I don't know They didn't say. But but but I would imagine that's where it came from. Before we were a country obsessed with true crime, F. Lee Bailey was knocking it out of the park in courtrooms. He gained national attention in 1966 when he succeeded in reversing the murder conviction of Dr Sam Sheppard. This was in Ohio. And this was the case that inspired the movie and the T V series. The fugitive. Dr Shepherd had been convicted in 1954 of killing his wife bludgeoning her but claimed that he had been knocked out in a struggle with the killer after he returned home to discover the body, you know the Harrison Ford flick. That was his case. He wasn't I didn't kill my wife. Yes, I don't care. He wasn't just a defense attorney. He flew war pains. Warplanes accuse me sailed. Yachts dropped out of Harvard. He wrote books. He was on television all the time. He was profiled in countless publications. He ran a detective agency. Married four times routinely carried a gun and of obviously routinely courted trouble, which is why he was in jail for six weeks and was disbarred. It's a good way to put it obviously the largest, um, the largest stage at the most amazing time would have been in the mid nineties, when F. Lee Bailey was part of O. J. Simpson's defense team. Here is part of that trial, John going to give me this computer and boom. And Oh, sorry. It's my fault. Steve Gregory Somewhere is laughing when you first saw the shovel. Mr.
"lee bailey" Discussed on AP News
"Some said that they got bigger bonuses to reimburse for the contributions, records show. New Breed workers contributed more than $600,000 to Republican candidates Dejoy supported it's not illegal to encourage workers. To contribute to candidates, but it is illegal to reimburse them if it's done to sidestep federal campaign contribution limits. I'm Jackie Quinn. Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87. According to one of his law associates. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included eras Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar. Would they not, detective? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. AP News I'm Tim Maguire. The Bite administration lays out his plan to share vaccine doses with the world as demand for vaccinations in this country falls. The White House is touting the overall vaccination numbers. Already 63% of adult Americans have received at least one shot virus. Response coordinator Jeff Sciences, urging those who have not received at least one to do so. And the White House is playing up incentives available for getting shots. Free beer that seems to be very appealing. But spokeswoman Jen Psaki knows that may not be enough. Ultimately, this is going to be up to individuals to get shots in their arms. We can take every creative step we possibly can take Soccer Megane Washington Concrete barriers that block traffic for more than a year at 38th in Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy, Uh, the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Price says Traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of honoring the city's.
"lee bailey" Discussed on AP News
"Results could be overturned. I'm Jackie Quinn. A P news. I'm Ben Thomas. Good morning. House Democrats are weighing in on the infrastructure negotiations between President Biden and Senate Republicans. They're calling for a public works boost that would dedicate about $547 billion to roads, public transit systems and rail programs. The proposal comes as Biden tries to wrap up negotiations with Republicans. He's expected to talk again today with their lead Senator Shelley Moore Capito. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president has presented a 15% minimum corporate tax as a way of paying for his infrastructure bill. This is a component of what he's proposed for a pay for He's lifting up as a question as to whether they could agree to that because it certainly doesn't violate anything about the 2017 taxes. So that's what he's putting forward as as an idea that he's asking them where their point of view is. A P correspondent Charles Daley does my reports Biden's proposals for deterring tax avoidance by multinational companies. Being discussed ahead of next week's G seven summit. President Biden's push for a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15% is unblock stalled global tax negotiations and raise prospects of an agreement this year. Although key aspects such as the actual rate remained to be decided an endorsement from the G seven could help build support for a deal in ongoing talks among more than 140 countries being held in Paris. Health authorities are trying to determine whether heart inflammation Could be a rare side effect in teens after the second dose of Covid 19 vaccine. An article in Pediatrics looks at seven teenage boys in several states who received fighter shots in April or May and developed chest pain. Within a few days. None became critically ill European Union and British regulators have opened dual anti trust investigations into Facebook, examining whether it's practices in classified advertising. Give it an unfair advantage. This is a P news. Hurricanes enlightening in the NHL playoffs last night, AP correspondent Dave Ferry the Hurricanes or within two games to one in their second round series, following a 32 overtime win against the Lightning, leaving the home team Oh, and three thus far. Carolina Blue A two Nothing lead before Jordan stall netted a power play goal 5 57 into the extra session, Peter Moravek stopped 35 shots in his first appearance of the post season. It's all about preparation, so You know, I was just trying to be ready as much as possible. And, uh, you know, see if I if I get a game and I'm happy that you know, like God one and we want to know Brett Passion and Sebastian Aho scored 2 25 apart early in the second period, but Brayden point tallied 77 seconds later before setting up Alex Killorn goal late in the second. Game four is Saturday. I'm Dave Ferry. Last night's other game also went to overtime with the Bruins to one victors over the Islanders. Boston now has a two games to one edge in that series. I'm Ben Thomas. AP News Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87. According to one of his law associates. I'm Margie Szaroleta with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included eras Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police detective Mark Furman about racism. Anyone who comes to this court and quote you as using that word. In dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they not, detective? Yes, they would all of them correctly of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of 87, according to one of his law associates. Margie Szaroleta, with the latest F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler and former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman, about racism. Anyone who comes to this court And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two.
"lee bailey" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The passing of F. Lee Bailey yesterday at the age of 87, arguably the most famous defense attorney in the U. S represented such people as O. J. Simpson and the Boston Strangler and Patty Hearst. We thought we'd bring on our favorite defense attorney Jeffrey Lichtman is with us every Monday. He's represented some bad guys like, uh, El Chapo Jeffrey. Welcome to a rare Friday appearance for you, Uh, did you have some personal experience with that Flea Bailey? Did. I had one case with Lee Bailey sometime in the nineties. I was a younger lawyer, and he really was the real deal and and and really the the first and last of his type. They broke the mold with him. This guy had a pair of well the biggest you've ever seen. And he was had a huge ego. I mean, the hugest ego. But unlike 99% of the lawyers that have huge egos, he actually had it all to back it up. This guy was just ferocious. He hated all sorts of authority. He never backed down from authorities. Guy went to jail for six weeks because he was accused of commingling funds from this gigantic see that he got from a drug dealer. I think it was and sometime in the nineties, and he refused to turn the stock over, he co mingled it with his own funds. Ended up getting the sport. He was so ferocious and so scary that as a young lawyer, I remember thinking, how am I even going to talk to this guy? But he was so gracious and so decent, decent with younger lawyers and was so willing to teach you represented, Uh Sam Shepard, the doctor who was convicted of killing his wife. He won the Appeal and then won the retrial. Um, he represented somebody was accused of involvement in the My Lai massacre. He really was the the last the last of the great trial lawyers in my months and I think of how lawyers are today, Lynn, and they're just afraid of their own shadow and his Autobiography I read when I was in law school one of the sea and I didn't read any books about law about lawyers or law. I don't watch any movies because I find that it's a It's a bunch of blowhard just talking about themselves. I won't even go to organizational dinners where lawyers Honor each other and pat themselves on the back. But Lee Bailey's book I read and everything in It was the truth. And that's really the way lawyers have to be is not be afraid of authority. Be willing to challenge not be afraid to take on cases that you think may give you some bad publicity. This was the guy who just didn't care. He did what he wanted. He represented who he wanted. He never apologized for it. And he kicked the living crap at it if you got in the way, so it's very sad day for me. He was a hero of mine. So, Jeffrey, what I've been reading about him this morning. They say that he made it look so natural and easy in the courtroom, But yet he prepared prepared prepared and he had in a phenomenal memory. Was that your experience with him that just remember everything. His intellect was was unparalleled. He has an incredible memory, and it's true. You have to work that hard and I often times get the same thing not to even compare myself to lead belly for a second is that when you're in court, and it looks like it's easy, it's because you're over preparing so much so so so much that when you finally get in front of the jury It looks as if it's easy, but nothing. It really is spontaneous there. Everything is meticulously prepared. He worked so hard, and at the end of his life, he was practicing in Maine. I think a small apartment he was living, and he had gotten his barred because what Anchorage with the drug dealer, Yeah, he was bankrupt. This guy owned not only just a plain, but he owned a plane company. I mean, the fees that he took in were gigantic and he spent the money as soon as he got it. He was that kind of guy who just lived by the moment. He was really just a heroic defense lawyer and I look at the the climate today of defense lawyers and frankly, they're a bunch of mealy mouth cowards terrified to take any case that might harm their legacy. Lee Bailey at least taught me. I remember speaking to him. Just take who you want. Don't worry what people think. Just go full steam ahead. And don't be concerned about what society thinks about you. And he was right, because how else can you represent somebody? When everybody knows he's guilty? The judge, the prosecutor is the public is coming down, raining blows on your head. This was a guy who said I don't care. I'm going to do it the right way, And he did. We have only a minute left, Jeffrey, But I know I've asked you this question before, but he had to. Yeah, and you alluded to it here. He represented people that he knew were guilty. You you've done the same. I mean, you didn't think El Chapo was a choir boy. How do you charge your way through that? I know I only gave you a minute, but give it a shot. Look, you don't have a choice. If you believe in what you're doing for a living that you're not representing innocent people. What you're doing is you're just pursuing their rights their constitutional rights to a fair trial. It doesn't make a difference if they're guilty or innocent because you're representing them, giving them their rights. Whether they're guilty or innocent is really irrelevant and it's hard to do that because people are terrified of the bad publicity. Are terrified of the pressure from society. And if you know that you're charged. If you're going to do this for a living, you get defense lawyer and do it right. You have to not care what people think. You have to not care about the pressures, the threats. You have to do the right thing, give them their best offense, And that's it. And Alan Thirsty, which is probably another guy who's like that probably one of the last ones. Also, he just doesn't care what people think. And he does it the right way, and too many defense lawyers were afraid of their own shadow. I hope to God, I'm never Jeffrey. Great stuff. Let's continue our conversation Monday. Really interesting. Thanks for your perspective. Appreciate you guys take care. Wow, That's some strong stuff. All right, Let's get the latest news at 8 30 H o Good morning, Lynn. A lot of people going to need defense attorneys crime on the rise in New York City, violent crime up 22% compared to a year ago. Felony assaults up by 20% hate crimes against Asians. Up by running from this number. 335% Jesus, yeah. Also 188% increase in bias crimes involving sexual orientation. Lot of things going on, that's above ground below ground. A lot of stuff there to two men slashed in Harlem as crime continues to be a problem. This is last night 110th Street station. This is where the suspect with the dog tried to get through an emergency exit. He did and then slashed somebody who wouldn't let him in. He also struck out of the person who opened the gate for him. Both victims hospitalized in stable condition That guy is on the loose. Two women slashed under to train on the Upper West Side this morning, another Dispute there, leading to a stabbing in the subway Beginning today, kids can get vaccinated at four schools in the Bronx. The program will be expanded in the coming weeks to include more schools and the other barrels, Mayor de Blasio says since the start of the year. The city's positivity rate, and the number of new cases is down more than 90% are stunning figures. But again, it came down to New Yorkers making decision to go out and get vaccinated. And our fellow New Yorkers being there for them to help them. That's why it worked. All right. Well, we have good numbers when it comes to covid. The positivity rate in the city now 0.81% crime numbers a different story. Republicans running for mayor battled it out on a debate stage last night for Tendo, Fernando Matteo called himself a trump Republican. Unlike his opponent, Curtis Lee was he's making a mockery out of our party, The Republican Party, Mr Machine, Everything but a Republican. Bill Kurtis fired back that Matteo is a de Blasio, Republican. President Biden backing down in his showdown with Republicans in Washington, dropping his demand for a corporate tax increase and reducing the cost of his infrastructure plan to a trillion dollars hope that there could be a bipartisan deal, but Doesn't look like Republicans are ready to bite on this one..
"lee bailey" Discussed on AP News
"In Chicago now inform Really George Floyd Square in Minneapolis have been moved along with artwork and other items in his memory. City Council vice president Andrea Jenkins says the intersection has to be reopened and the memorial to flow it must live on now it's time for us to begin the process. Of rebuilding this community to create the kind of memorial that is worthy. Of the life of George Floyd Mayor Jacob Frye says traffic will not be fully restored for some time. Celebrity lawyer F. Lee Bailey is dead at 87 F. Lee Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard. Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst, the alleged Boston Strangler. And former NFL star O. J. Simpson. One of the memorable moments of Simpson's 1995 trial was Bailey Cross examining Los Angeles police Detective Mark Furman about racism. And quote you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar, Would they? Not detectives? Yes, they would. All of them all of them. Bailey was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler. I'm Margie Szaroleta. This is a P news. Organizers of a Memorial Day event in Hudson, Ohio, are drawing sharp criticism for turning off the microphone during a speech by retired Army officer as he was sharing the history behind Memorial Day, retired Army Lieutenant Colonel Barnard Kempner began talking about how freed black slaves had honored fallen soldiers soon after the Civil War Real day. Was first commemorated by an organized group of black freed slaves. Organizers of the ceremony said that part of the speech was not relevant to the program's theme of.
"lee bailey" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"19. In addition, program is providing $100 million.50 dollars prepaid or grocery cards for newly vaccinated people leading up. To the states. Full reopening. Today's drawing is scheduled for 10 o'clock this morning. I'll be watching. I won't win anything, but I'll be watching as the mask mandate nears its end here in California, it is causing a split in opinion among some workers. Sacramento Bee surveyed 150 essential employees last week and found 52% and they approve ending the mass mandates. While 44% said it's too early to stop wearing face coverings. Those opposed note. They fear for the health of their Children who are too young to get vaccinated. Those in favor say they see vaccination rates rising and with its society returning to pre pandemic normalcy, even when mask mandates in June 15th each county can still update and enforce its own rules. Marilyn Haider KOGO NEWS, San Diego County is reporting just 83 new coronavirus cases the 15th time In the last 23 days, That number has been below 100. Positive test rate has dropped to 0.6% and 97 people are in the hospital, the lowest level this year. The U. S. Is sharing 75% of its surplus vaccine supply with other countries. Our goal in sharing our vaccines is in service of ending the pandemic Global. Our overarching aim is to get as many safe and effective vaccines to as many people as fast as possible. It's as simple as that. We want to save lives and toward variance that place all of us at risk. That's not National security adviser Jake Sullivan. The first portion of the vaccine sharing program will see 80 million doses coming out of the U. S. By the end of the month, a day after federal officials warn people of not trying to come to the U. S illegally on a boat Panga was found off the coast of LaToya Thursday morning. The 12 men and four women from Mexico have been dropped off and we're not hurt. They were taken into custody. There have been three previous smuggling attempts on boats in the last month, and some of those on board Or died. San Diego police offering gift cards and giveaways tomorrow in a gun buyback program s DPD says. Events like this usually get anywhere from 150 to 300 guns, and they'll be taken with no questions. Asked even if they're ghost guns, those put together at home, the now account for 25% of the weapons on the streets have guns that might be sword in their home. They're not using them. They're not functional. They don't have the equipment to safely to cure it, and we are offering $100 gift cards for every handgun brought in, and it's Nobody does bring in an assault rifle. They'll be getting $200 San Diego Police captain managed editorial saying. You can also exchange that for a skateboard with up to $180 event takes place tomorrow from eight A.m. to one p.m. at the Encanto Southern Baptist Church on Akins Avenue Jack Chronic cocaine use. His office has announced a new partnership with local law enforcement that aims to educate officers about different members of the community. It is an app that goes on the phones for every police officer in our region and Allows them to learn more before they encounter and individuals from one of the many diverse cultures that they may not be familiar with. Summer Stephens, saying the information could be used ahead of non emergency situations. President Biden rolling out a presidential commission to investigate January six, the attack on the capital President Biden does not intend to appoint his own commission to investigate January 6th, White House press secretary Jen Psaki said in a statement. Sake says the president firmly agrees with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that Congress has a unique role and ability to carry out an investigation and must do so. Pelosi has also dismissed the idea of a presidential commission describing at the colleagues is unworkable. Democrats do have other options, including a House Select committee after Senate Republicans blocked legislation to establish an independent bipartisan commission modelled after the panel set up to investigate the 9 11 terror attacks. That's Jared Halpern on Capitol Hill. Home. Famed criminal defense Attorney F. Lee Bailey has died. He was one of those lawyers you could recognize by name alone. F. Lee Bailey was known throughout his legal career for taking on some of the highest profile cases and clients. In the sixties, he reversed Sam Sheppard's conviction for killing his wife, a case that inspired the TV series The Fugitive. He counted heiress Patty Hearst among his clients in 1995. He also became part of O. J. Simpson's legal team, helping to earn his criminal acquittal. Simpson on Twitter called Bailey one of the great lawyers of our time. After countless TV appearances and disbarment in two states, he went into legal consulting. Bailey died in Georgia at 87. Week before his birthday. That's Colonel Scott reporting. A woman from Ventura is reunited with the wallet She lost 46 years ago. After an employee working on remodeling Southern California's historic majestic Ventura Theater discovered it in a crawl space. Did she lose it in the crawl space? Tom Stevens found the wallet among some old candy bar wrappers, ticket stubs and soda cans. He said he went on social media to try to find the owner based on the clues in the wallet that included a driver's license for a woman named Colleen Distant. It expired in 1976. A few days ago, she went to pick up the wallet now a little bit Brown with age and said it was like opening a time capsule. Wow. I wonder what else she had in there. Well, apparently not money. Well, I'm wondering, I'm wondering. Somebody just took the money and then threw it in the crawlspace. Right? That's what I'm wondering, Especially if there was soda cans and candy wrappers going to go through this stuff while have a soda here. Mm. Yeah, well, a mom who almost lost her son has an important message for other parents. That's coming up. We have your traffic your weather three minutes away. Kogo nears time 507. Here's David Snell with needs heating and air. Some years ago, I met with the family in Northern Virginia who needed to replace their H V. A C system when.
"lee bailey" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show
"Memories and you really do a lot of thinking and so f lee. Bailey has passed. I was named f lee levin after athlete belly and of course the great rush. Limbaugh my dear dear friend. He's passed to which by the way. I often think about often often. Think about it. In this context number one is a deer friend for so many years. We're times over the years when he and i. We were textile two or three in the morning email. I didn't do a lot of thailand tax but mostly email. He was constantly constantly doing work. Although he didn't consider work neither do i for his radio. He was constantly online. Friends and family would write all the time incredibly generous man. And so that's where f lee levin comes are mentally balance awfully bellies past today. He was actually eighty-seven. I thought he was older than that. Tell you the truth. But apparently not eighty seven years old fame criminal attorney. F lee levin. Excuse me so. I'm still here. Hello everybody it's me. No f lee bailey. There is Let me see here. There's an article. We have callers mr busy. I'm sick reading these damn articles as a matter of fact all right. Let me get in here folks. I'm just tired of the news sick and tired of it. I wanna see you folks are thinking what you folks up to. Why don't you give me one. Caller mister producer as i worked my way into the call. Screen here chantilly. Virginia chris on the great wma l. home of bill hess the master of all things of their. How are you yeah. i'm great mark. Thanks for taking mccaw. Yes sir wanted to make two points. And i think They will be informative to you because it's always good to learn something new number one understand. He's taking the vaccine. But let me add this true however valid may or may not be for example. Mr call screener. Am i getting a debate on vaccines here. I'm not interested call another show. thank you though. I said do what you wanna do. I don't want vaccine calls rich. Do whatever you wanna do. You don't want a great if you do grave you wanna do seventeen of go ahead. It's it's not a topic that interests me. There are a host that will spend days on. It's just not a topic that interests me. I'm sorry.
"lee bailey" Discussed on The Mark Levin Show
"Hello ladies and gentlemen welcome. I am mark levin. We're going to get to some calls. Eight seven seven. Three eight one. Three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one friends family foes are all reminding me that f. lee bailey passed away. I didn't know athlete bailey. Certainly knew of him he was a famed lawyer was considered a great lawyer up to a point and then later not so much of course. He was one of the lords for oj simpson so as other very controversial figures. Couldn't captain medina charges in connection with them. Eli massacre during the vietnam war among others. Damn computer what. Can i tell you. But here's the thing. When i first got to know rush limbaugh. It was through his staff person. Cookie or catherine gleason and she would you know pulled together the various Audio for rush extraordinarily capable and loyal lady. I got to know and the door. And i would send in things unsolicited or on to rush from a legal perspective from a constitutional perspective. If things came up and so forth. I think it started in the mid one thousand nine hundred nineties. I remember correctly and one day because he was extraordinarily appreciative. He announced out of the blue. That i was the director of his legal division. Of course this is brilliant. Rush limbaugh on radio in the mind. There was no legal division. But i was now the director of the legal division and he gave me a name f. Lee levin obviously a knock off. Oh excuse me on. F lee bailey and russia's hilarious. He had this tremendous sense of humor. This is the sort of thing he would do. Even today. people will say to me how you doing leigh. And then he changed. I mean that formerly was limited. Call me flee now and then f. l. e. and i know when you get old you say things. Those were the good old days but those really were the good old days really. Were so you know when you get older people pass.
Famed Criminal Attorney F. Lee Bailey, Dead at 87
"The U. S. Famed defense attorney F. Lee Bailey has died. The 87 year old rose to national fame defending some notorious names, including O. J. Simpson, Dr Sam Sheppard, Patty Hearst and the Boston Strangler. He died at his home in Georgia. Bailey was disbarred in the early two thousands over its handling of shares
Celebrity Attorney F. Lee Bailey Dead at 87
"Celebrity attorney F. Lee Bailey has died at the age of eighty seven according to one of his law associates I marquees are loaded with the latest Ashley Bailey made his name winning an acquittal for the second murder trial of Dr Sam Sheppard Bailey's other high profile clients included heiress Patricia Hearst the alleged Boston strangler and former NFL star OJ Simpson one of the memorable moments of Simpson's nineteen ninety five trial was Bailey cross examining Los Angeles police detective mark Fuhrman about racism anyone who comes to this court and quotes you as using that word in dealing with African Americans would be a liar would they not detective yes they would all of them correct all of them Billy was disbarred in two states for his handling of stock owned by a convicted drug smuggler really won the right to practice law in Maine in twenty thirteen
"lee bailey" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"He had a heart attack. Diabetes cancer. Couldn't Geller couldn't get rid of the hollow Toledo Go ahead. Heaven. It was until his fourth, I think heart attack that he decided to give up smoking. He had so many heart operations. They say you could. You could strike a blue tip kitchen match off the scars on his chest. Oh, way. Of course, we're talking about the one and only the great Larry King. Yes, Larry is gone. 87 years old. I think of his own wife Number seven or eight. Yes, seven. I think he divorced his last one. And it might have been. It might count for eight because he married and divorced and married the same woman. So you married somebody. You know he was doing that, I think. Yeah, The question is, How could she have not known a long time? Long time Producer Wendy Walker talks about how Larry prepared. Probably that was the hardest part of our job was trying to prepare him because he never wanted to be prepared. He really seriously one time when, when the F. Lee Bailey decided to, um To join the dream team for for Simpson. We We've got the scoop and we got he was coming on the air, and I said, Let me let me just tell you why he decided to change to do it and Larry put his hands over his ears and he said, I don't want to hear. I don't want to hear. I want to hear it the first time with him, and that's really how he prepared. I mean, he he was a Out an incredible right. He read all day long and watched news, so he was really informed, But he's really just wanted to hear the his guest talk and then come up with his questions. And you're right. The two things he always said was you noted, the to be a good interview. It would be to listen and to keep your questions really short. It really bugged him when he'd watched somebody with a really, really long questions and, you know, in anytime anybody gets toasted, that's what he would tell them. It's just just Listen, Tonto, listen to the The person that you're listening to it and and and don't ask questions. Okay, not to speak ill of the dead. Yeah, he didn't. He didn't prepare because he said he wanted to come at the person the same way his audience the list, knowing anything. Yes, And if he knew too much, he might not illicit the valuable information that his listeners would need. If he already read the book. Well, then he already knows where the story's going. And he would ask leading questions. It was a perfect cover for a guy who might have been lazy is lazy gets, but it didn't matter. Hey, Tom, enough energy to have like seven heart attacks. Yeah, That's what I got. He said that he actually was considering killing himself in 2019. I don't wanna live dependent on others. I've had a full career. There's nothing like This is a fiesta and to accept just to do more. And I thought I'd buy. I don't know how to commit suicide. How do you convince yourself? I don't know how they were pill you could take that might be a pill. I don't know. I was ready to bite the bullet. And I said to him chance. Bond. He started to cry. I have seen a crisis and she was three years old and he said, You can't leave us. You can't leave us. And I changed that minute. I was losing thing, and then I wanted to get better. I want to get better. Not to be on the air. But for the kids, you know, there's nothing beats Children. Nothing. The best thing I ever did in my life was be a father. Yeah. Okay. Hmm. Esso interviews ever watching Interview Marlon Brando, Frank Sinatra, the Beatles. Jerry Seinfeld. Lady Gaga, Who, by the way, dressed up like Larry King for the interview with suspenders that tie really Donald Trump and Snoop Dog, Tina Tammy Faye member her Sure Tammy Faye Bakker. Yeah. And Putin them all the time. He talked him all you know, So I go. I go way back with Larry. Not that we ever met. But I knew him. Not through a CNN days. I was in college when he had his late night radio A show on mutual. Uh, Network. I guess it was and the best thing for me, so it's a three hours showing it would run. I don't know it was like from 10 to 1 or from 11. It was a really a late night show, but I'm I'm something of a night out, and I used to love the third hour and I don't know if he did this every night or if it was just like Friday night, so his third hour would just be storytelling, and he would tell stories about his childhood in Brooklyn, growing up in Brooklyn. And they were hilarious. And I think right now I'm lucky enough to work with a guy who reminds me when you tell your stories. You remind me of the great Larry King because you all be often suspected. There was a kind of polish to the stories because the punchlines were so perfect, but still there was more truth and than fiction in those stories. He's a great storyteller on the air, and so are you. Let's remember, Tom. Thank you. That's very sweet of you. 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