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"manhattan hotel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A lot of people are searching around Texas and seeing you know, where can I get on the list? And they did. They went up there and they got it done. One is over. 65. The other one is a teacher. So they were both, you know, qualified to do it. Well, that's not good. They shouldn't have to drive that felt I should not. They should not. But that's what a lot of people resort yes, Yeah, that's what Okay, well, listen, jumping at 51283605, 92 609 and time for the Rush update. Well as the coronavirus took hold, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio had one of his bright ideas. He moved the homeless from shelters to some of the city's finest hotels to protect them from the virus. Now what could possibly go wrong? At Midtown Manhattan hotels, drug addicts flourished, They used heroin in broad daylight, residents were subjected to verbal abuse and threatening behavior. No cops were dispatched, and nobody from city government responded to multiple complaint calls. The homeless migrated into the fashionable Chelsea neighborhood. And created their own encampment. They blocked the entrances to local businesses, which were already struggling because of the lockdown. I should say struggling residents became increasingly frightened to walk the streets. Once thriving New York neighborhoods have had their economy shut down by Democrats. Then they had to take the homeless into their hotels with no supervision. No law enforcement to speak of and no protection given to the residents or businesses of these neighborhoods. The problem's gotten so out of control that the idiot Democrat mayor finally says it's time to get the homeless out of the hotels. And back to the streets in the shelters. But de Blasio's providing the timeline on when that will happen. Things were so bad in New York. It almost makes you feel sorry for the people who elected these liver. Almost. I said, almost sorry. Citibank last year, predicted silver to break $40 within 12 months and $100 over the next few years. Noble gold is giving away a stunning five out solid silver Apollo 11 going with every qualified silver IRA that started the new administration just committed to a $2 trillion investment in clean energy to create carbon free electricity by 2035. There's also a pledge to tackle climate change and stop using fossil fuels like oil and coal. But here's the thing we don't have enough so Overton cover the demand, They said it.
A Woman Falsely Accused a Black Teenager of Stealing Her Phone in New York
"Just sixty seconds new video of that disturbing confrontation after a woman wrongly accused of black teen of stealing her cell phone. We are back now with the new video of that confrontation in a manhattan hotel. Woman wrongly accusing a black teenager of stealing her cell phone at allegedly attacking him. Here's ron allen. This new hotel surveillance video appears to show the woman grabbing fourteen year. Old kid on herald junior and tackling him after wrongfully accusing the team of taking her phone. The video released by new york city. Police who are asking the public for help finding the woman now. I'm not letting the teams father grammy award. winning musician. cheonan herald senior. I posted this video on instagram. Insisting it's yet another example of racial profiling you can meet. You feel like there's only one. Wh phone made in the world. My son herald says he and his son guests at the arlo. Hotel in manhattan. We're heading out for a meal. Saturday morning when the woman confronted them. I can't even come downstairs in new york city new york city and just go get bruins without being attacked and wrongfully accused of something. It's not clear what happened before or after what's captured on the video. Police say they know who the woman is but have not publicly identified. Her and that her phone was returned by an uber driver. Just after the incident. Investigators say the woman could be charged with assault. Grand larceny or attempted robbery. So this just has to end and when someone does something like this they have to suffer. Consequences nbc news has not been able to reach the woman. She spoke to c. n. By phone saying she is the victim and that she. I asked to see the hotel surveillance video and asked another person in the lobby about her phone. Before confronting the heralds the harold family also wants a civil rights investigation into the hotel. It breaks my heart that this is happening to our son. This could have been avoided in so many ways in a statement. The hotel apologize to the heralds. Adding that will manager quickly called police. More should have been done to deescalate the situation. Run allen nbc. News new york
Video shows White woman falsely accusing Black teen of stealing her phone in NYC hotel
"The Manhattan district attorney's office is looking into a case where a black teenager was wrongly accused of stealing a phone from a white woman. Inside the lower Manhattan hotel. Civil rights lawyers want charges brought against the woman seen on video in a confrontation with jazz musician Kenyan Harold in his 14 year old son woman falsely accused the young boy the Arlo Hotel over the weekend. He has not been identified. Mayor de Blasio tweeting It's racism, Plain and Simple
Trump, Biden Get Invites to Virtual Edition of New York City's Annual Al Smith Dinner
"Event in New York City set for this week is expected to have a special guest. The first presidential debate likely will not be the only time that President Donald Trump and challenger Joe Biden will lock horns this week. Both are expected to attend the annual Al Smith dinner on Thursday. Trump has officially accepted his invite, marking the first time in his four years in office that he has R. S V peed in the affirmative. Biden is expected to attend to those. His campaign has not officially confirmed that the annual charity event is usually held at a Manhattan hotel scale back. Asian had been arranged in a public garden in the Bronx because of the Corona virus pandemic. But even that was it's because of public health concerns. The event will be done online. Instead, I'm
Homeless Residents Moved Out Of New York Midtown Hotel To Make Room For Other Homeless Individuals
"Mayor de Blasio is decision to move. Hundreds of homeless men out of an Upper West Side hotel will impact nearly 900 other people who will be moved to other locations around the city. WN voices Glen Hogan was outside one of the shelters that stands to be impacted by the decision. The city has temporarily halted the plan to move homeless New Yorkers out of a midtown Manhattan hotel to make room for the several 100 men being moved from the Upper West Side. While it tries to make accommodations for residents with disabilities who are being displaced in the shuffle. That doesn't make the news any less. Devastating for Denise Holly a 55 year old home healthy. I'm moving, moving, moving, moving my four. I'm not going to run and run and run. Because me, the nonprofit that runs the shelter, says it will have to lay off 41 employees when it closes. The Department of Homeless Services hasn't returned to request for
Lawsuit: Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped New York woman in 2013
"New lawsuit accuses actor Cuba Gooding Jr of raping a woman in Manhattan hotel room in 2013. Lawsuit escalates the severity of the growing number of claims against Gooding. A suit claims the Oscar winning actor attacked the woman after she met him at a Greenwich Village Vie P Lounge in New York. The actors attorney says the alleged event never took place. Gooding already faces misdemeanor criminal charges of sexual abuse and forcible touching related to claims women of previously made against him. He has pleaded not guilty to those charges. State prosecutors say more than two dozen 11 have made claims against cutting since allegations first arose against him.
Actor Cuba Gooding Jr. raped woman in New York City hotel in 2013: Lawsuit
"Accuses actor Cuba Gooding Jr of raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013. Lawsuit escalates the severity of the growing number of claims against Gooding the claims that the lawsuit claims that the Oscar winning actor attacked the woman after she met him at a Greenwich Village v I P Lounge. The actors. Lawyer says the alleged event never took place. Gooding already faces misdemeanor criminal charges of sexual abuse and forcible touching related to claims that women have previously made against him. He's pleaded not guilty to those charges. State prosecutors say more than two dozen women have made claims against cutting since allegations first arose against him. Actor
Bad News For Prince Andrew As New Witness Comes Forward
"Let's move onto Prince Andrew can remind us how he started this year. He had been basically sacked from the royal family which we take subduing. He was essentially stripped of all his royal duties after his completely disastrous Newsnight interview y have you decided to talk now? because. There is no good time. To Talk, about Mr Epstein and. All things associated in Andrews Newsnight interview his big defense really aside from the fact that he of how they can't sweat and he's a big patron of the pizza. Express woking is that he didn't really know Jeffrey Epstein he claims he only knew him through his friend Glenn, bloom it through his girlfriend. Back, in nineteen, ninety nine, who an I'd known her since she. In the UK this is all Remember that it was his girlfriend. That was the key element in this he was the. Plus. One to some extent in an expert. You through a birthday party for since girlfriend then Maxwell at Sandringham. No shooting weekend a shooting weeks straightforward straightforward for choosing weekend. Despite the fact you know Jeffrey Epstein was at the Palace went to Epstein. Manson had dinner for him. He stayed with Epstein because because Andrew just couldn't find a central Manhattan hotel he's very convenient epsteins mentioned it was a convenient place to stay. I mean I've gone through this in my mind so many times. At the end of the day. with the benefit of all the hindsight that one can have. It was definitely the wrong thing to do is you say that interview was a disaster foundry and he was forced to withdraw from his rural Gt's I'm imagining heat hopes that would draw a line under the whole thing for him but then in July galet maxwell was arrested. The risks are simply too great. The words of the judge refusing bail this evening to maximum the one time girlfriend an alleged accomplice of the sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, might saw pleaded not guilty the hearing by video link on charges she helped recruit and groom minors as young as fourteen. So she was arrested in her strange though Bolthole and a few weeks later, a bunch of documents unsealed from a two thousand fifteen civil action brought against her by Virginia. Robert Scott Free and price price whose name pops up again it's Jews You know a lot of the allegations in these documents were already known but what is new is the allegation that? Forced Virginia Robert Scott Free to have sex with Prince Andrew as a way to gather incriminating evidence against him. And then on top of that, this month of witnesses come forward claiming to have seen the Duke of York, at trump nightclub on the night he insisted in the Newsnight interview that he was at Pizza Express in woking why would you remember that? So specifically, why would you remember a pizza best birthday in being because going to pizza express in working is an unusual thing for me to do. So he obviously hit denies everything but the circle is definitely tightening around Andrew. US. Law Enforcement has said repeatedly they want to talk to him that he has been cooperative a war of words as I'm sure you know has broken out between Prince Andrew and the US authorities investigating sex offender Jeffrey. Exiting The prince claims that he has offered to help that inquired eat city times but this is something the American prosecutors deny effectively calling him a liar the palace hopefully insisted this is untrue and US law enforcement has repeated it. So this is where we are at the moment. Do you think this puts more pressure on Andrew to cooperate with the investigation? Me The idea of any member of the royal family cooperating Larry's but yes, I mean absolutely. But I mean the fact that he was saying such stuff in that interview emily weightless without realizing how terrible the sounded I mean just shows he has no sense of consequences for his actions. I'm Jay his sin said, he regrets his ill-judged Association with Epstein. But as you point out, these aren't incredibly serious allegations and yet everybody feels like his story that dozen attract as many column, Inches Harry, and Meghan. Let's I think this is the thing when talking about the role families so much tension and I've just done two is focused on Harry Megan and the stupid decisions they make in his make it actually lady Macbeth is very telling for example, the mail there's certain Cole missed the male who I'm not gonNA pollute podcast listener's ears with his name, but he is completely obsessive. Meghan. Markle. Interest. Rates. Endless combs about her I. Don't like to own Andrew or something Sierra. Let's just bear in mind that actually the royal to really be focused on is Andrew
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Able to do that because he's rich rich friends if he's going to have good ideas and he wants to bring good ideas little table totally but at this point in the game. I'm not really paying close attention to that. Being said Democratic voters were quick to say they would support Bloomberg if he did received the nomination for NPR news. I'm Bob over and Reno. China has revoked the press credentials of Three Wall Street Journal reporters based in Beijing. F- here's Emily Chang. Reports the move comes the day after the. Us State Department designated five Chinese state media outlets as foreign government missions. China's Foreign Ministry is at the three reporters were expelled in retaliation for an op. Ed The outlet published from an author based in the US China has effectively expelled at least six other journalists since two thousand thirteen by refusing to renew their press credentials but outright canceling a valid credential is rare in cancelling multiple credentials from the same outlet is unprecedented NPR's. Emily Chang deliberations in the Harvey Weinstein Sexual Assault Trial Continue in Manhattan courtroom today. The former movie producer is charged with raping a woman in in Manhattan Hotel Room in two thousand thirteen and forcing another woman to perform a sex act in twenty two thousand six. He says any sexual contact was consensual. This is NPR. An additional seventy nine people on board the Diamond Princess cruise ship docked off the coast of Japan have tested positive for the cove in nineteen virus also called the corona virus under the Americans on board. That ship were flown to the US. On a chartered plane including fourteen people. Who TESTED POSITIVE. For the virus. Meanwhile new cases in China appear to be slowing four time. Tony Award winning actress Zoe Caldwell. I'd Sunday in her home in pound Ridge New York of complications from Parkinson's disease she was eighty six. All she appeared on television and in Film Has Jeff London reports. She was up powerful presence on the stage born in Melbourne Australia. Zo Caldwell made her professional debut in Peter Pan at the age of nine in her twenties she performed in Repertory Theatre in Australia then moved to England where she became a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. She also performed at Canada's Stratford Shakespeare Festival and the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. Before settling in New York Caldwell won her first Tony in slapstick tragedy. A pair of Tennessee Williams one actors which lasted only a week but she won her three other tonys for big hits the prime of Miss Jean Brodie media and masterclass for NPR news. I'm Jeff London. In New York World Financial Markets Asian markets were higher by the close. The Nikkei the main market in Japan up nearly nine tenths of a percent. The hang sang nearly a half percent. Us futures contracts are trading positive. I'm gene herbst. Npr News in Washington..
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jack Speer Americans on board the diamond. Princess cruise ship in Japan are being told those soon. Be going ashore. But they can't come home for at least fourteen days embarrassing. Richard Harris has the story passengers aboard the Diamond Princess which is docked in Yokohama. Japan have been held aboard ship because the Corona Virus has been spreading on board the US Embassy in Tokyo informed one hundred or so American passengers that Japan will soon start letting people off the ship but health officials told those passengers that they are still at risk for spreading the corona virus as a result. They can't come home. They will not be issued boarding passes for flights to the US for fourteen days other Americans from the ship previously opted to evacuate to the US on charter flights and are currently in quarantine Richard Harris. Npr News Jurors begin deliberations in the rape trial of former movie producer. Harvey Weinstein Jersey Wang Evidence after emotional testimony from multiple women. Who say they were sexually assaulted by Weinstein? Weinstein is charged with raping a woman in a Manhattan Hotel Room in two thousand thirteen and forcibly performing oral sex on another woman in two thousand six. Other users of also testified. They were subjected to similar tactics and victimized. Over the years Weinstein's defense lawyer has sought to portray the women as opportunists. Were looking to get ahead. Weinstein has claimed all the encounters were consensual residents in Mississippi are trying to assess. The damage is caused by one of the worst floods in that state's history Mississippi Public Broadcasting is. Coby van says Moore. There's water is coming back up your did they. In this northeast Jackson neighborhood residents are discussing how they can help each other. After Monday's record flooding hundreds of homes throughout the area have been damaged. Streets are impassable and submerged beneath feet of water. Janice Lewis is worried about how she and her neighbors will recover. Well hopefully we as neighbors GONNA help each other to help clean up To help pull it together and clean my area. And we're hoping that the government gives some assistance for people that don't have insurance. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency says the Pearl River will not drop below thirty.
Manhattan: Closing arguments in Weinstein trial
"Closing arguments of the Harvey Weinstein rape trial are set to begin today defense has the task of convincing a Manhattan jury there are too many inconsistencies and contradictions in the testimony of his six accusers who took to the witness stand to convict her client now the defense attorneys to have to do that without breaking a promise that they made the opening statements the jurors wouldn't hear any victim shaming Weinstein is charged with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and forcibly performing a sex act on a different woman years earlier he maintains those encounters were
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on AP News
"Cognitive psychologist Elizabeth Loftus told jurors it doesn't take a PhD to no memory fades over time and people become more vulnerable to post event information locked as pointed out actress Annabel oscura alleges wine steam barged into our apartment and raped her in 1993 or 1994 Weinstein is charged with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013 and sexually assaulting a different woman in 2006 Loftus testified the emotion is not a guarantee your dealing with an authentic memory his lawyers have not said yet if Harvey Weinstein himself will testify I'm a Donahue
At Weinstein trial, defense takes aim at accusers' memories
"Cognitive psychologist Elizabeth Loftus told jurors it doesn't take a PhD to no memory fades over time and people become more vulnerable to post event information locked as pointed out actress Annabel oscura alleges wine steam barged into our apartment and raped her in nineteen ninety three or nineteen ninety four Weinstein is charged with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and sexually assaulting a different woman in two thousand six Loftus testified the emotion is not a guarantee your dealing with an authentic memory his lawyers have not said yet if Harvey Weinstein himself will testify I'm a Donahue
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on Today in Focus
"Ed. WE'RE GONNA get opening statements this week. The revolt ready been two weeks of jury selection Weinstein fish at up on January. The six and there was drama from the minute he arrived aft. He sat down on a matter of minutes of the judge. James Burke turning up at his seat there was a major fight erupted between the judge and Weinstein himself because the judge land that Weinstein had been texting on his cell phone and the judge who is clearly even before the trial began was clearly clearly incensed towards Weinstein and Weinstein's defense team absolutely at Wit's end he. He said to Weinstein if he was spotted using his phone again having been told numerous times not to have it in the courtroom itself he could face a very long or even life prison term and on the back of that again. The defense team immediately filed a motion to have the case dismissed or turned on grounds at the judge himself had tainted the proceedings by making this dramatic matic statement to which a judge said he'd only been trying to to shop Weinstein into stop using his phone so kind of very dramatic from the very first second in in a minute. We're GONNA talk in detail about the women involved in this case. I just remind us. What is he charged with? Harvey Weinstein faces. Five counts to a predatory sexual behavior. This idea of patent going back over years which will be the most serious that he faces in terms of potential prison time came to of rape relating to the anonymous woman from twenty thirteen and one of Criminal Sexual Act relating to do that two thousand and six incident of forcible oral sexual contact. Tell me about his accusers. Well we've ended up with two women who are the main women involved in the prosecution case one of those women as being that all the way from the beginning from May twenty eighteen when the arrest happened I- cheese really interesting testing. Because nobody as far as I know outside the specific legal teams involved. Nobody knows her identity. She's completely anonymous. She's called hold Jane Doe Number One CI alleges that she was raped in the Manhattan Hotel Room in twenty thirteen by Weinstein and that is extremely unusual in itself all key witness to be completely anonymous. Why isn't she using her name? The stakes involved for women coming forward in a criminal. It'll trial like this. They couldn't be high must be absolutely terrifying. That could explain some of it that the the woman wanted to remain anonymous for as long as possible. One has to the presumed that when opening statements begin that she will be named and identity will then fully be out. There was another woman who was due to be cold and isn't the case anymore. What happened to her? Initially when the arrest happened the second woman involved was a warm cold Lucia Evans. And who worked in Weinstein's company Miramax and she alleged that in two thousand and four he full stay into oral sex she. He remained one of the two main witnesses. Involved until a few months off to the arrest her charge was dropped and that caused a huge amount of consternation Russian it transpired that allegedly she had told a friend of hers about the instant soon afterwards but that the friend said to different accounted could be given by higher than the one she was giving prosecutors that must have been a big blow to the prosecution losing key witness. They were forced to assess the situation and come to the conclusion. That Harvey Weinstein's credibly dog-eared attack dog team of lawyers would make Hay with this ask event and would use it to just discredit the entire case against Weinstein so with a heavy heart. I think it's probably fair to say. They dropped Lucia Evans as the the second main witness say they lost leash Athens but then another woman came forward to testify since and they found an alternative one might say and we'll turn to the second woman to be involved as a main witness in this case some outlets have named Ta and not at the moment we're not naming her. She alleges that in two thousand an and sex Weinstein took her back to his apartment. Saying we're going to have a meeting but He forced her to have oral sexual contact..
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on AP News
"Lawyers for former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein made an eleventh hour pitch Thursday to move wine stains rape trial out of New York City in Manhattan appellate court winds dean's lawyers argued intense publicity has created a media and entertainment circus meantime 7 jurors for men and 3 women were selected from a pool of about 100 45 potential jurors after the initial round of questioning the 67 year old wine Steen is charged with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013 and sexually assaulting another woman in 2006 Weinstein has pleaded not guilty I might cross yep
Weinstein's lawyers want trial moved, calling it a 'circus'
"Lawyers for former Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein made an eleventh hour pitch Thursday to move wine stains rape trial out of New York City in Manhattan appellate court winds dean's lawyers argued intense publicity has created a media and entertainment circus meantime seven jurors for men and three women were selected from a pool of about one hundred forty five potential jurors after the initial round of questioning the sixty seven year old wine Steen is charged with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and sexually assaulting another woman in two thousand six Weinstein has pleaded not guilty I might cross yep
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on AP News
"Challenges and distractions have stymied the Weinstein jury selection protests outside the courthouse were so loud you could hear the commotion in the fifteenth floor courtroom hundreds of new Yorkers were summoned for jury duty with most dismissed when they raise their hands to indicate they couldn't keep an open mind about wine Steve who's pleaded not guilty to charges he raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013 and sexually assaulted another woman in 2006 if convicted at a trial expected to last into March the 67 year old could face life in prison Julie Walker New York
Challenges, distractions stymie Weinstein jury selection
"Challenges and distractions have stymied the Weinstein jury selection protests outside the courthouse were so loud you could hear the commotion in the fifteenth floor courtroom hundreds of new Yorkers were summoned for jury duty with most dismissed when they raise their hands to indicate they couldn't keep an open mind about wine Steve who's pleaded not guilty to charges he raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and sexually assaulted another woman in two thousand six if convicted at a trial expected to last into March the sixty seven year old could face life in prison Julie Walker New York
Jury selection in Harvey Weinstein's rape trial enters second week
"Disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is facing new charges including rape which were filed in Los Angeles justices trial in New York City got under way for more on what happened this week during the trial in New York and what's ahead for Harvey Weinstein let's bring in NBC news senior investigative reporter acheter skate where do we stand a Harvey Weinstein trial jury selection is now under way sherry and the judge has called a garden variety jury selection because it's all happening in the open but nothing about this case has been garden variety and it's been a rather slow process because as they bring potential jurors in in groups of one hundred ten only a handful can actually certify that they could be fair one potential jurors said she knew someone who had an encounter with Harvey Weinstein another said she had read road in Farrell's book and had already made up her mind so the pre trial publicity and all of the the you know the the emergence of the me too movement really is having an effect on on jury selection here and Harvey Weinstein try to get the judge to recuse himself in part because he refused to grant the change of venue and he wanted to be tried in a Long Island wasn't that right that was one of the options either out in Suffolk County on in eastern Long Island or perhaps up in the capital region of New York in around Albany thinking that maybe the the publicity wouldn't have been as intense as it would be in New York City but the judge turn turn that request down it was actually quite funny at one point the judge admonished Harvey Weinstein and in a rather pretty good scolding for for actually using his cell phone in court and and said this is really the way you want to end up in jail for the rest of your life and that's scolding was so over the top the defense said that the judge should recuse himself that was another reason so really that that the the the fire works have been on display from the start even before jury selection really began many of the women who are accusing everyone's dean of sexual assault not not talking about the ones who is accused of in this particular criminal trial but many of those who have said in other cases that they they've accused him of sexual summer said that they were going to be in the trial every single day listening to this testimony of they've been there a couple showed up at at the beginning but I think many years are choosing to wait until the testimony gets underway for all of the more than eighty and perhaps as many as one hundred five women who have accused Harvey Weinstein publicly of some kind of sexual misconduct the criminal case really boils to the accounts of two women one who says that Harvey Weinstein raped her in a Manhattan hotel in twenty thirteen any other maybe a lady who has come out and said that Harvey Weinstein forced himself on her back in two thousand six and those accounts make up the five felony charges that winds dean faces the judge has allowed several other women to testify to what these women called Harvey Weinstein's prior bad acts it's it's very similar to how the Bill Cosby case was built the second time around that lead to his conviction where women whose accounts may be beyond the statute of limitations or happen in a different jurisdiction are allowed to come help the prosecution build a case that Harvey Weinstein is a serial predator so in the meantime there is also a new case in Los Angeles that involves charges too in fact one of the women who is going to testify to bolster the prosecution account in New York is one of the women whose account makes up the criminal charges now in Los Angeles where Harvey Weinstein is accused on successive nights in twenty thirteen of raping a woman and sexually assaulting another woman of these these alleged encounters happened at two different hotels one in Los Angeles the other in Beverly hills Harvey Weinstein of course has denied all non consensual sex claims finally when we when we headed to the actual trial the testimony is this any this going to be televised or we're gonna be able to hear see it we will not know cameras have been allowed to and we're poor is when we're inside of the courtroom can't even use cell phones to transmit real time information out but but some of that testimony is we think going to get rather right specific the prosecution mention the existence of seventy two photographs taken by one of the witnesses the exact content was not clear but the those pictures are apparently so sensitive that the the the judge and the prosecutors and the defense team are are trying to figure out how to show them without unduly humiliating Harvey Weinstein the prosecutors want to show seven of those photographs and believe they can do it sensitively the judge even questioned whether they could be delicate wow okay so a lot going on and Harvey Weinstein case and even more coming up the next couple weeks much more coming up as a jury get seated in the testimony gets underway sure maybe she's arbiter
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on AP News
"Judge James Burke order jury selection to begin as scheduled rejecting a request by defense attorneys for a cooling off period winds dean's lawyers question the timing of new charges that were brought Monday by prosecutors in Los Angeles the judge also denied a prosecution request to revoke Weinstein's bail and jail him until the trial is over when Steve is charged in New York with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in forcibly performing a sex act on another woman in LA is charged with sexually assaulting 2 women I'm like camping
Harvey Weinstein's rape trial begins on heels of new charges
"Judge James Burke order jury selection to begin as scheduled rejecting a request by defense attorneys for a cooling off period winds dean's lawyers question the timing of new charges that were brought Monday by prosecutors in Los Angeles the judge also denied a prosecution request to revoke Weinstein's bail and jail him until the trial is over when Steve is charged in New York with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in forcibly performing a sex act on another woman in LA is charged with sexually assaulting two women I'm like camping
Harvey Weinstein rebuked by judge for using phone in court
"Jury selection is started and Harvey Weinstein's trial and already the judges threaten to put him in jail for using his cell phone in court the judge also denied a request by winds dean's lawyers who wanted a cooling off period after prosecutors in Los Angeles brought new sexual assault charges Weinstein is charged in New York with raping a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and sexually assaulting another woman in the city in two thousand six and claims both instances were consensual there is a connection between the cases as one of the Los Angeles accusers is expected to testify in the New York case to help prosecutors establish what they say was a pattern of him forcing himself on young
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Raping her in a Manhattan hotel in twenty thirteen and and those of the substantive allegations against party one thing that could put away for life in addition there will be several other women who testify to what they called wives jeans prior bad acts this is the same strategy the prosecutors in Pennsylvania used to help convict Bill Cosby bringing in other women whose claims may fall outside the statute of limitations but seem to be in line with the other matters at hand and that can show what prosecutors alleged to be a pattern of predatory behavior and how did they distil this case from all the accusations they had against Weinstein there were only a couple that actually made it through to to the point where they could charge and were charged and and it these and and even now the defense says that Harvey one team was in contact with the women after the alleged encounter occurred some of the communication for friendly even romantic the defense says but but prosecutors believe they have plenty of evidence to show that Harvey wants the and did what what what collapsed and then some will the defense Aaron also allege that there was just too much pre trial publicity and there's a whole me too movement based on Harvey Weinstein's actions that he can't get a fair trial anywhere let alone in New York City well they tried that and the and the judge rejected any change of venue so you know that there's no that that argument is sort of over and done with now and and no matter to the publicity the the trial is moving forward and it's moving forward York city and as as a matter to get underway in court a number of appointments some high profile are included holding a news conference outside to talk about the movement that was owned by are the ones being so let's conduct as outlined in the New Yorker The New York Times and to talk about how this is sort of a moment of reckoning ABC's Erin to Turkey live from New York City thank you thank you the giving machines from the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints have left their spot on Denver sixteenth street mall however creek and kill ray says the machines had an impressive showing over the holidays Denver garnered six hundred and sixty seven thousand dollars for six charities.
Harvey Weinstein rape trial begins with film producer facing up to life in prison
"It is movie producer Harvey Weinstein set to go on trial in New York today four five sex crime charges more than eighty women accuse Weinstein of sexual misconduct this trial however will focus on accusations that he raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel in twenty thirteen and performed a forcible sex act on another in twenty eight two thousand six now was lawyer claims that they approve that the sexual activity was consensual the main charge felony predatory sexual assault carries a maximum sentence of
Harvey Weinstein Case: Disgraced Movie Mogul Due In Court As Criminal Case Heads To Trial This Week
"More than two years after a wave of sexual assault allegations against Harvey Weinstein ushered in the me too movement the disgraced movie mogul faces another reckoning a trial begins tomorrow the case against wind sting starts with jury selection in a New York courtroom it's the only criminal case to arise from dozens of allegations against the disgraced movie mogul prosecutors say Weinstein raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and performed a forcible sex act on another woman in two thousand and six one steam pleaded not guilty and has said any sex was consensual prosecutors are looking to show that the sixty seven year old was a sexual predator and plan to call several witnesses including Hollywood actress Annabel as your who says Weinstein raped her as well the trial could last for weeks once a jury
Harvey Weinstein Says He Intends to ‘Build Back’ Career if Found Not Guilty
"Alcohol drugs sex and greed cases a lot of sex cases my gosh speaking of which Harvey Weinstein goes to trial this week the predicting it's gonna be a two month trial on rape involving two women I'm gonna tell you right now it can be found guilty and first of all let me tell you what we'll know hearty when seen kind of was the poster boy of the me too movement but with Harvey you've got to accusers knelt Eric a general light we've tried twenty six cases where we've got two accusers all right they they they're not exactly easy to win for prosecution the defense is ms let me first attire he's got he's got two counts of rape one count of criminal sexual act and two counts of predatory sexual assault so that the other one is going to be some sort of specification that he is a predator and requires two or more victims if he he faces life in prison one involves sex in two thousand six at his Manhattan apartment the other is at a Manhattan hotel in two thousand thirteen I believe both of these women are adults were adults the time and the question is going to be was a force threat of force were they substantially impaired where they could not consent but what exactly was it well what's gonna get modeled on that and I think that would be an easy case easy your case the very defensible case is no such thing as an easy case for either this the prosecution or the defense a general that's very true what makes it very difficult is an evidence rule that allowed school for four be evidence the judge allowed testimony from three other women who are not part of the indictment who claim they were assaulted by Harvey but there again they're not part of the charges in these women are going to present evidence the prosecutors are gonna say statuses pattern of behavior and many times this evidence is inadmissible because it could unfairly prejudice the defendant's right to a fair trial but our hand on this one bill this is what got Bill Cosby in two thousand eighteen after a a a mistrial and its first trial you open up the door to four four B. evidence other accusers that are not part of the indictment he's done he's done other defense is going to be well there's text messages after the fact so there's gonna be some texting going on I'm sure they maintained a relationship with with Harvey after the fact the defense is going to say well what rape victim Max like this to their rapists this can be a lack of forensic evidence will many times on these he said she said cases there is no forensic evidence in this the government's going to make a big deal about that don't worry that there's no DNA don't worry there's no sexual assault nurses and don't worry that she never went to a doctor don't worry don't worry don't worry don't worry that you didn't get the part of tech come on don't worry guys on trial proof beyond a reasonable doubt we don't worry in Ohio we get a jury instruction that part of our jury instruction says Hey if you believe one witness which includes with accuser that's enough to
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on AP News
"The case against Weinstein starts with jury selection in a New York courtroom it's the only criminal case to arise from dozens of allegations against the disgrace movie mogul prosecutors say Weinstein raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in 2013 and performed a forcible sex act on another woman in 2000 and 61 steam pleaded not guilty and has said any sex was consensual prosecutors are looking to show that the 67 year old was a sexual predator and plan to call several witnesses including Hollywood actress Annabel as your who says Weinstein raped her as well the trial could last for weeks once a jury is picked Julie Walker New York
Weinstein's reckoning: Trial looms 2 years after #MeToo wave
"The case against Weinstein starts with jury selection in a New York courtroom it's the only criminal case to arise from dozens of allegations against the disgrace movie mogul prosecutors say Weinstein raped a woman in a Manhattan hotel room in twenty thirteen and performed a forcible sex act on another woman in two thousand and six one steam pleaded not guilty and has said any sex was consensual prosecutors are looking to show that the sixty seven year old was a sexual predator and plan to call several witnesses including Hollywood actress Annabel as your who says Weinstein raped her as well the trial could last for weeks once a jury is picked Julie Walker New York
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The voice of New York, seven ten W, O R, an iheartradio station. We've got sixty four degrees and rain at three o'clock at afternoon. I'm Jeff McKinney and a great big breaking news story this afternoon midtown Manhattan seventh avenue between fifty first and fifty second streets a helicopter has crashed onto the top of the building seven eighty seven seventh avenue is the address. And the reports are that the helicopter pilot was killed in this crash now James flippin as there at the scene, where there has been a massive response as you might imagine to a helicopter crash in midtown Manhattan James for its work. Can you see there at the side of this crash way up on top of this building? Wom right bear. Right. Across the street from that building in between fifty second and fifty. I standing actually in front of the Manhattan hotel. You know that. Flee, a huge presence of murky vehicles here right now it looks like they're trying to get some of the firetrucks office structure. Seventh avenue and maybe traffic moving again. But as you said, it appears as though the pilot of that helicopter is the one fatality, you know, it's a very busy area here. Midtown are the Wintergarden theatre? Just one down. This is sort of the Broadway district, you will and, you know, obviously the weather, you would think maybe backer informed for me to see the top of the building where you would think the smoke might be coming from again. It's, it's wet. It's foggy very hard to stay up there from what I'm hearing is a fifty four storey building. And interestingly enough, Jeff, I spoke to one of the radio hosts that works in our newsroom. He a commercial pilot who doesn't have as much experience with the helicopters? He says that when it gets to this kind of, you know, pump visibility conditions. You have to use what are I f r instrument quite role? So, in other words, you're not. Flying just based off your visibility your, your flying days equipment, telling you and that's very difficult to do with these helicopters. The other thing is I looked at the weather reports out of central park, and they said the visibility vertical visibility was around five hundred seats so my match right? There's a good, you know,.
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"A chauffeur's silver Cadillac with his initials d. j. t. on the plates, he dates slinky fashion models belongs to the most elegant clubs and it only thirty years of age estimates that he is worth more than two hundred million dollars. So began November one thousand nine hundred seventy six article in the times. One of the first major profiles of Donald Trump and a cornerstone of decades of myth making about his wealth. How could he claim to be worth more than two hundred million dollars when he would divulge later to casino regulators that his taxable income that year in nineteen seventy six was actually twenty four thousand five hundred ninety four dollars for the whole year. But the times in nineteen Seventy-six parentally bought it hook, line and sinker. And then they turned around and sold it to the public quote in the chauffeured Cadillac. Donald Trump took the times as reporter on a tour of what he called his quote jobs. He told her about the Manhattan hotel. He planned to convert into a Grand Hyatt, his father guaranteed the construction loan. He told her the Hudson river real. He took her to the Hudson river railroad yards that he planned to develop the rights were purchased by his father's company. He showed the reporter, quote, our philanthropic endeavor. The high rise for the elderly in east orange, New Jersey that too was bankrolled by his father. Also an apartment complex on Staten Island which was owned by his father, what he called their quote, flagship Trump village in Brooklyn. That too was owned by his father and finally beach haven apartments, which were also owned by his father, quote, even the Cadillac was leased by his father. But he didn't talk about his father's ownership of any of those things. He passed it all office, his own. And then he boasted to the times and they do to fully printed quote so far. I've never made a bad deal. As the times concludes today. Now, knowing that everything he was passing off as his own was actually owned by his dad. The time concludes today quote, it was a spectacular con. And they've got all this detailed reporting that just makes the story at worse and worse and worse quote weeks after the times this profile ran Fred Trump set up still more trust for his children's seating. Each with the days of quivalent of four point, three million dollars. Even the early eighties when Trump was already proclaiming himself to be one of America's richest men. He was still on his father's payroll,.
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Jeff Brown thank you for driving home with us, today, top stories in. The WBZ, newsroom horse, racing and simulcasting in Massachusetts are legal once again governor Charlie Baker, signs legislation today correcting a misstep at the state house strong rip currents prompt the closure. Of course neck. Beach in Westport to swing and the defense department scientists says human remains. Provided by North Korea. Are consistent with those of Americans from the Korean war former Hollywood filmmaker Harvey Weinstein is looking to get the most serious criminal charges, against him dismissed court records show Harvey Weinstein believes there are forty emails from an old work. Account that will prove the woman is accused of raping was no victim but a consensual partner Weinstein sought permission from bankruptcy court to include, the emails in his defense Weinstein's attorneys plan to argue prosecutors knew about the emails but failed to show, them to. The, grand jury that indicted. Him the rape charge stemmed from an alleged twenty thirteen encounter in a Manhattan Hotel with an unidentified woman. Weinstein will argue as emails proved, the two had a continuing romantic relationship so. The rape, charges invalid Aaron Katersky ABC news New York a former employee of Tesla's, battery, plant in Nevada. Suing that, company on, defamation charges Martin trip wants at least a million dollars claiming the, company accused him of hacking into computers stealing confidential information then ultimately that info was leaked. To the media. He claims that any damages the tesla may have incurred were caused or. Contributed to by the. Electric car makers own negligence no comment from tesla there's another gun rights group that's trying to post plans online for making guns with, three d. printers CBS Scotla Terry has our story hours after a federal judge forced a gun. Rights group in Texas to pull online blueprints for three, d. printed guns the firearms policy coalition based in Sacramento said they plan on sharing, those files anyway on a new site US district judge Robert last night granted a. Temporary restraining order to. Block the group defense distributed led by gun right's advocate Cody Wilson from posting online ruling that public access to, the blueprints would have a negative public. Effect but Wilson told, CBS, news, I, believe that, I am, championing the second amendment in the twenty first century, think access to the firearm is. A fundamental human dignity fundamental human rights spokesman for the California group said there is no law, that prohibits the. Online publication of the information but their website was. Offline after Amazon web services sent them a message saying they were not in compliance with the restraining order the group says it will use a. Different website to put its plans online WBZ news time five twenty two a worker strike at the. Eiffel tower. Is not going over well with French tourists like.
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer
"For the republican national committee and now he has knowledge that michael cohen helped arranged as one point six million dollar payment to a playboy playmate that apparently as result of the relationship she got pregnant and she ended she ended the pregnancy we now know that the rnc says that he has resigned from the rnc but brody and cohen together he helped get cohen position on the rnc in the past year so he's a very big donor for for the republicans he actually just in the past month helped host a fundraiser for the president in california so he's somebody who's very important very very close to a lot of people in in the trump world and just a just add to what shimon just talked about just now michael cohen the video were showing is him smoking a cigar with a group of men on a bench outside his manhattan hotel while his lawyers were essentially trying to argue to protect him while the judge seems to be very frustrated that he is not there to provide answers as to who exactly are his clients twenty government he's only got one really one client that is president trump so that video shows what michael cohen was busy doing while his lawyers were in court trying to protect them essentially from this investigation is friends were smoking cigarettes smoking cigars well he was making a cigar eighty degree day he was chatting with tigers he looks really good said he wanted to get some of these photos the photographers were taking taking him so that he could provide them to his mother not a care in the world apparently.
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on KCRW
"A new film from the director of leviathan about a divorcing couple forced to come together after the disappearance of their son awards eligible foreignlanguage this is the business a nine kim masters we're talking to filmmaker errol morris about his new documentary unscripted hybrid mini series warm would all six parts of the four hour opus will be available on netflixing starting december 15th wormwood seeks to uncover what really happened to army scientist frank olson in nineteen fifty three when he jumped fell or was pushed out of a window in a manhattan hotel morris uses scripted dramatic performances with wellknown actors to illuminate what was concealed and what was eventually revealed about olson's death he also uses indepth interviews with olson's son eric as well as a memorable encounter with renowned reporter seymour hersch who's been investigating the olsson case on and off for decades by now hersh has his own theory about the case but he says he's never been able to publish a definitive account without putting his source in danger if i published what i knew i may somebody into his though has one thing and secondly even if i published what are you i have to have somebody else thanks but do i believe something heinous happened to olsen yes printed pictured the two of you together he's cranky so how is that we're friends now he loves the movie he was convinced he was going to hate the movie and you watched it with his kids and his wife and everyone loves the movie so i wonder i have this idea and my hat because that in the movie he tells you there are certain things he cannot tell you which i understand he was worried about putting a source at risk i just have this idea that he turned off the cameras and then he told you did he would makes you think that it just feeling i know more than unwilling to say i figure it so i made an interesting point and he's talking about citizen four at about snowden the you don't do that it's a misunderstanding of leaks secret sources were unnamed will leave them in place of course you do you leave them in place and y'all item a leak he i don't believe iran iraq thothose onerous the information as lawyers we daewoo ever expose assume total i.
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on KKAT
"Arte night of the arcane i got a manhattan hotel was didn't fox has not been benard is at the next more nobody well it all down in florida actually reporter he was dead the last taxation lengthy as a joke i said to kind of what we're up on the roof of my house okay don't worry that was the last techs and then after that everything went out there was no communication from the long beach island in long island so let's we'll connell came in the next morning was telling everybody that's the last takes that guy it was dru said where they're like a joke joke but like what what of us doesn't show up as our as has happened this week radio shows said that hey sat morning i think you probably have said this already been in case you're having so if you're in any any part you've talked about miami even north up the palm beach bill get out how many hours and you don't leave okay much this is not leaving how many hours are you going to be how bad will it be and how many hours well it starts at 2 o'clock tomorrow the wind starts to pick up the storm will be about one hundred miles south of key largo if it stays with this computer models that have been having this going right up the center for the east side it's going to be over miami it's cool last about six eight hours it's going to slow down a little bit because this weather that we have this highpressure ridge the systems around a hurricane govern where they go so this hyper she ridge is giving us this gorgeous weather is going to slow that stormed so that's going to increase a couple of things the longevity of the storm with the wind also the flooding potential from the rain and here's the other thing we have a full harvest moon out there i full moon with the tide and storms coming in oakland the high tide you know that exacerbates no that's fifteen european lever piling on plus early on in the wills come out at night now to on top of it so i think you're if you're in those areas you there eight zones for evacuations in miami if.
"manhattan hotel" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With state lawmakers in albany not to remove the mayors control of city schools the policy giving the mayor oversight over city schools was first implemented in two thousand two but it set to expire june thirty if if the legislature dozen folk to renew it top lawmakers from both parties favour the extension but republican state senators want democrats to agree to allow more charter schools in the state the session ends today and lawmakers say they they may let it go without a deal governor andrew cuomo is proposing a lastminute bill to he says give the state majority voting control of the mta board but the move has transit advocates scratching their heads john raskin is with the riders alliance every decision large and small made by pmpa but what the governor want because the governor appointed cured pmpa and at the mta board agenda in a statement the governor says the current structure lacks accountability because there's no voting majority the bill would give the state eight appointees that's two more than its current six in addition to the chairman new york attorney general has filed a suit calling for a sixteen foot buffer zone around a women's clinic in jamaica queens the suit seeks to keep anti abortion protestors from blocking the clinics entrance pearl brady as volunteer who says she helps escort all kinds of patients into the clinic she says she wants tried to keep protestors away from a couple that had just lost their baby my heart just say because these are people who are experiencing the worst day of their lives and it was made so much more horrible for no necessary reason because these protesters were here several of the protesters named in the lawsuit didn't respond to a request for comment retired tennis star james blake has settled and excessive force lawsuit against the nypd but he didn't want any money out of it the new york times reports instead the city will hire a legal fellow to help the civilian complaint review board close more of its vest investigations into police misconduct blake who is black made headlines in 2015 when the white police officer tackled him in front of a midtown manhattan hotel the officer says he mistook lake for a suspect in a fraud case we'll have beautiful skies this morning scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible this afternoon with a high of eighty seven any storm.