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"marcia clark" Discussed on Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
"You are listening to meet the author. The podcast right interview writers of Mysteries Thrillers Suspense Books. I'm her host. Alan Peterson and this is episode number. Ninety five in this episode of the PODCAST will be meeting. Marcia Clark who is the best selling author and a criminal lawyer who began her career in law as a criminal defense attorney you went onto become prosecutor in the La District Attorney's office in Nineteen eighty-one. She spent ten years in these special trials unit where she handled a number of high profile cases including the prosecution of stocker murderer. Robert Bardo whose conviction for the murder of actress Rebecca Schaeffer resulted in legislation that offered victims better protection from stalkers as well as increased punishment for the fenders she was the lead prosecutor for the Oj. Simpson's murder trial in May of ninety seven. She published her first book which was On the Simpson case without a doubt came a number one best-seller in the New York Times Wall Street Journal Washington Post. La Times publisher. We lease a bestseller list. She made fiction. Debut with guilt by association was shook kicked off the Rachel night series or they spoke his final judgment which will be released. On April. Twenty first is the fourth book of Samantha Brickman Series and this one finds Samantha investigation draws into her boyfriend's secret past. She's an advance copy of final judgment. That really enjoyed it. Marcia Clark really paints a flawed character but it makes it very sympathetic. That's a lot of action Very suspenseful with a lot of twists a highly recommend you pick up a copy of final judgment you can do so now at the thrilling res Dot Com for Slash Clark and that will be available today twenty I also in kindle unlimited so if you have a membership you can start reading that for free today hope you your loved ones are doing well during and staying safe during these crazy times that we're going through here with this global pandemic as most of the Cyrus sheltering at home staying at home. Hopefully that's going well for you and your family and your friends and loved ones. And hopefully this podcast can entertain you a little bit about some of our favorite Thriller Writers and very excited to have Marcia Clark on the podcast day. She's the one of the one of the most famous criminal lawyers. There is out there and a terrific writer. So it's very happy to to talk to her. So here's my interview with Marcia Clark Hi how are you how are you? I'm doing I'm doing well. Thank you thank you so much for doing the interview. I really appreciate it. Thanks for having me well. First of all you're doing well during these crazy pandemic times of is okay for you and your family. Duckworth dugway. Yes yes it's been so crazy. It's been so weird but the new the new normal grocery shopping with glove surgical gloves and masks and all that I mean down. It is bizarre. Right I mean we're living in Stoke. How many people are going to grocery store somewhere but mostly they're not because so few people are coming in at a time. It's not they don't have to but and everybody's saying very far away from each other everybody's got past gloves taking it up to where I am very seriously and so I mean grocery shopping fun to do anymore. People try got to yes. It is a strange so I was wondering now. So you're so I was one of the most famous lawyers out there. You find the transition to becoming an author difficult. I know it was interesting. You know but I didn't go straight to authoring I wrote. They Co wrote. The book with a collaborator of the Book About Simpson Trial With Teresa Carpenter. Who is an amazing author and a wonderful person to boot and after that I thought God I've always wanted to write crime fiction and I said to her. Let's write crime fix-it a team that no you go do it. You know you can do this. And I didn't have the confidence up writing for television on a one hour drama from Lifetime Leo show and it was after that And during the process of writing pilots with my writing partner that I thought you know I should really take a shot at this. This is time to do it and I did so. I mean I wrote a bunch before. I got publicist But it was really. It was really fun. Eight to of course the whole world to step into. But I I kind of transitioned into it. Slowly you know bit by bit so why didn't jump off the cliff so to speak but but yeah there was a lot to learn and in all honesty and there's a lot to learn with every new book that you write you know it's a whole new world and then now. I'm writing standalone from three different perspectives. And that's yet a new world learning all kinds of things about what I did wrong. You know. It's Kinda cool to keep doing new things and also kind of scary to even talking as a lawyer and everything. I was in the back in your mind. You you thought that you would want to give this a shot someday fiction writing now no not at all. Nope really never thought about it. When I was a kid I mean the kid I mean in elementary school about writing mobbed writing stories making up stories and all that but I mean I also never thought well. It's not a way to make a living right exactly and I was right but anyway it really Never occurred to me that when I was actually loitering it did not occur to me to write crime. Fiction I was living. Crime is true. Having to put up with the real stuff Every day like you did probably like you don't want to go home and start writing about it. Some more from for fun. No not ready but but you know what to to admit. I stick us. I would work in the course all day then I would go home. Watch like law and order so it was a sickness fan of the two craft fishing shows as well. I don't know why we're also fascinated with that stuff interested in it from your perspective. She says you worked they. You also were a fan so I was kind of cool or crazy. Yeah crazy. We're all crazy. Yeah so as a reader you were you a fan of mystery thrillers and those type of books. Oh Yeah Oh. Yeah yeah I mean I went through phases? You might my earliest phases. Really Sifi loved love that and then kind of segue into crime fiction and it only got more so after I became a lawyer. Read even more crime fiction and so considered the wall to wall. -Ness of this. You know I'm working in courts all day dealing you know working with cops detective on cases and then I go home and watch. Tv when I'm done watching TV. I'm I'm reading crime fiction. You know it's as I look at it now. I there's no. I am not well so interesting because I read a ready to interview that you did that. You said that you are stickler forgetting the illegal Details right in your books. You talked about that process because I was balancing. Act to get the legal stuff right. Still entertain the reader. Yeah you know. That's always a challenge because you don't want to be boring about it so I don't I can't say that I get it all the time. An example of where I cheat. A little bit isn't how long things take. I mean you know if I was truthful about how long it takes for a case to go to trial especially a big one. Calendar pages turning readers are snoring. You know we can't do that when we write about it But in general in terms of the way a prosecutor can maneuver or the way defense attorney maneuver for their sensitivity. I do pull it out. I definitely do take give Samantha. Brinkman the chance to really swing for the fences and do things that I'm sure like say none. Probably there are some lawyer somewhere in the world. Who would do what she does? But I doubt it very much because you know she kills people so you don't usually think about as part of your Gig know the hourly rate doesn't usually cover it but I think that In general though the way a case what prosecutors do how cases get investigated. I try to keep that as close to the truth as possible. 'cause I think readers are pretty smart. You know everybody's seen so much read so much at this point. You can't get away with a whole lot of sloppy.
"marcia clark" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Times article which mentions the fact that OJ has pled no contest to the charge of abuse related to the New Year's Eve nineteen eighty-nine which is what he served ultimately probation public service or and at the time. This is the most racing charge they know about. So they haven't found out about the nineteen ninety-three nine one one call yet. Okay and Marsha writes the fact that OJ. Simpson had beaten. His wife. Didn't mean that he'd killed her not all the men who beat their wives end up killing them but my years in law enforcement had shown me that men who kill their wives have often beaten or abused them in the past. The fact that they've been divorced for two years still bothered me the carry a torch for an axe after the paperwork stun. I remember the photo Nicole that Brad Roberts had pulled out from under Simpson's bed and I remembered the big glossy shots for the children mounted on the wall by the stairs. Yeah I thought it could happen phrases. She doesn't know yet. About the attempted reconciling that has just ended like three weeks ago so she doesn't know that they were effectively in a relationship until fairly recently. Yeah 'cause he's not carrying a torch for a women who divorced two years ago. He's carrying torture women who he dated until three weeks ago which is a much different thing and speaks much more emotive. Yeah and that. There is a volatility coming from something that you know just ended. Yeah Go Garcetti the DAS MARSHA. She's been able to be in touch with the cops yet and she says no but I'm working on it and finally she gets a call at noon from Philip vannatter. Who According to Marcia says? It's the brass Marsha. They don't want US talking to you and Marcia says she lets loose a cook choice expert have. It's a book Marsha. You can just say with the all adults here Marsha. I see myself as a child reading this all the time. I would be one of the children. Who that's terrific choice EXPLICO? Why is the brass telling them not to speak with her? It seems weird so what Marcia said she thinks it is that it has something to do with the Michael Jackson case because let here August. Read it to you so. Marsha says I had a pretty good idea with this was all about. The brass at Parker Center had gotten their knickers twisted over Michael Jackson which is like a slightly unfortunate way to put that. What a fiasco that had been case of child molestation that went nowhere. After Jackson's lawyers reached a settlement January nineteen ninety four with the father of the alleged victim while not a surprising outcome. When you consider that the father had been asking for money but the COPS blamed US thinking we've stepped in where we didn't belong botched a perfectly good case now that another celebrity suspect was in play. They were freezing us out. So what she thinks is that the cops are going in with this attitude of Lake. Let's not involve the DA's office there no help to us in these situations Screw it up. We'll just handle it. Yeah us with our high levels of competence and ethics in craft. Yeah we are the non-problematic entity yeah in this arrangement and the DA's office is the one with all the problems and the only one with problems and as long as they're not dragging us down we will do great so she tells Gil about this and he says hang back if the evidence is as strong as it sounds. They'll have to pick them up in the next few hours. Okay and she's like okay. I'm hanging back. GonNa let the police you know. It's just it's just painful. It's like everyone's telling her like no just like let them handle it. It'll be fine like don't be overbearing. I know it feels like rose in. Titanic being like Mr Andrews. Forgive me but I did. The sums in my head is that with the number of lifeboats plus the capacity much right. You know. I have a bad feeling about this. Like everyone in a position of power or everyone who had have to cooperate? You being like no. It's fine. Don't worry your pretty little head. Yeah and you're like in my heart. I know I'm worried in everyone's telling me not to worry so I guess I won't yeah. It's the beginning of so many terrible stories. Yeah and so. As a result of this as a result of the hang back mandate Marsha finds out with the police crime lab has gone ahead and started testing the blood samples. And she's like okay. I was hoping that I could send those to cellmark diagnostics in Maryland. To have them specially tested his as has been established a stickler for having acceptable to good but he writes that she's stuck in hang back mode right. It's not worth it to start a fight over something seemingly minor seemingly minor Pajama. Yeah Yeah but despite this she gets a call later that day saying that the LAPD lab has in fact matched the blood on the walkway at the murder scene. To Simpson's blood. Okay which means the of the blood there some of it belongs to Oj Simpson which is like wildly slam. Dunk I mean what is the phrase slam dunk even mean I mean. I knew you were going to correct me on that. But it's like you but I I think what does that mean well. It's the kind of thing that if he didn't have two million dollars or fifty million dollars or whatever it was with defense lawyers. I can just a random abusive husband. It's the kind of thing that would make it a premium. Easy case to prosecute. Yeah I do feel like abusive husbands have a history of being less than one with thing but I feel like killing. A stranger has taken a little bit more seriously than killing your wife or your girlfriend and that there is this kind of mitigation that you can get of like well. You know right of all the people that you might kill. Isn't this one the most relatable? Yeah how what was marshes reaction to that she it was limp donkey or Marsha says Bingo. There was the evidence the cops needed to charge. She saying Yeah. Like this is grounds for arresting hemming charging him. I Grin jubilantly at David and Gillan held my wrists together pantomime in handcuffs. I figured squad cars will be rolling towards. Brentwood any minute now like hell. Oj Simpson remained at large. And so she goes home. She takes care of her kids. She breathes in her moldy wall. Sasso Marcia comes home. She reads in her Molby Wall and then she shows up at work on Wednesday June fifteenth and finds it. Okay still hasn't been arrested. Also somehow the La Times has received and published the blood test results matching OJ's fled to the blood found on the walkway at Nicole. Quite possibly. Yeah I mean I can't think of a better way for it to get to the L. A. Times Marcus theories at someone the LAPD is leaking right. Yeah because that's not the kind of thing that usually goes to the public. Yeah and this is you know the. La Times December gotten this information and meanwhile the District Attorney's office hasn't received any kind of a report from the AP. Wow so that day. She had sound to Parker Center which is two blocks away and says you know if they still seem to not be moving on taking okay and we can threaten them with a grand jury and she says what I meant was this. If the cops wouldn't arrest we could unilaterally starting investigation of our own by taking the case to a grand jury that way. The cops couldn't stonewall us because we'd have power to compel their testimony. Furthermore if we take the case to a grand jury and got an indictment the police would have no choice but who arrests Simpson still going grand? Jury was risky. The cops are taken as an in your face and solve. My guess was at the very mention of it would drive them. Crazy is is the purview explained to me what a grand jury is sure. Can you tell me what your understanding of it is at this point? None I noted jury is but I don't understand what the modifier grand makes it. It's it's different. Well it's like Jerry but everyone's wearing really nice outfits an alien little cakes no like I literally nothing. Wh how how does this? How does this work so a grand jury is basically a process by which it is determined whether a given individual can be charged with a crime. It is a tiny confidential non adversarial version of irregular trial. Although you do how the larger jury you have up to twenty three people on a grand jury and it's a real jury like its random people chosen. It's not like professional legal people know. Yeah it is a jury in the same way that exemplary. Her trial is chosen. Okay so if I get called for jury duty I may end up sitting on a grand jury rather than a jury. Yeah I didn't even know this okay. And so basically evidence is more easily admissible in front of a grand jury than it is in front of a trial is not cross examination done bricks. It's not to determine if they're guilty it's just is the likelihood of them being guilty high enough that like let's go ahead and move to the next step in the trial and our OJ's defense lawyers present for this or is like a completely a government process. Okay it's defense lawyers aren't present okay. Isn't present like this is a sanctuary between the prosecutor and the grand jury rather than between the Prosecution or defense so this allows her to take the case away from the LAPD and taking more control over it and also get a bunch of people under oath. It's like kind of like her own way of investigating. Yeah and allows her to run a parallel investigation and circumvent their investigation. And then if she gets a grand jury to decide to indict then okay has to be arrested in charge even if the LAPD hasn't moved on it yet. Oh okay so really. Put HER IN CHARGE. Yes. Hopefully I'm sure everything goes fine after this. Yes we know and another key thing here is that the grand jury proceedings are confidential. Which means that. You can get a witness under oath very early on in the game which is especially useful to Marcia because pretty early on. She's like we need to get this Kato. Kaylin guy locked in. Yeah that's what we were saying last episode that she she's been listening. Okay so Marcia goes to the LAPD with a possible grand. Jury threaten her pocket. So the police give her the reports that they've compiled so far and she was wanting to appear not too eager although she is a keen to get her hands on those words and she says we swapped some observations about the case making Nice. Nobody on the other side seen willing to bring up the thorny issue of arrest so I headed dead on. When do you plan to bring this for? Filing we want to interview more witnesses. Tom said slowly we were thinking. Maybe the early part of next week. Oh my God so this point. It's IT's June. Fifteen has already been two days. Yeah and so the early part of next week that would have them starting to interview more witnesses and kind of slowly moving forward over a week after the crime scene was discovered unbelievable..
"marcia clark" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"Observation that he saw the left-handed bloody glove left at the crime. Scene clearly came off during the struggle. which is what allowed? Got Him to get the cut. The left the blood drops to the left of the footprints vanatter sees the blood drops on the driver's hand door. He sees the defendant with a bandage around his middle left finger finger and then he takes him down Parker Center where he sees again that he has a swollen finger on the left hand with cut. That was dressed and treated a parker center. No coincidence so he literally. He comes into this questioning without his lawyer with a cut on his left hand which the police he's already can observe corresponds with evidence that they found at the crime scene and the police are the ones who dress his wound for him. I mean vannatter says how do you get the inquiry on your hand. He says I don't know the first time when I was in Chicago and all but at the House I was just running around not convincing. Okay also it's like so there's a second time what like you injured your hand twice now. I guess yeah you don't remember getting a deep cut on your hand or like he do remember but it was two different times. Somehow Watch vannatter says. How did you do it in Chicago? Okay says I broke a glass one of you guys just called me and I was in the bathroom and and I just kind of went bonkers for a little bit. Is that how you cut it. it was cut before. But I think I just open it again. I'm not sure so it's like okay. In what he's saying is that he cut the first time at the house getting ready to leave and then he re cut it when he broke a glass in Chicago believable Lang. So do you recall bleeding at all simpson. Yeah I mean I knew I was bleeding but it was no big deal. I bleed all the time. I play golf and stuff. So there's always something knicks stuff here and there and it's like yes okay. You Play Golf. So so you're always gonNA keep cuts on your hands and tumble life of a Golfer. They say when was the last time he wrote Nicole's house. Okay says I don't go in. I won't go in her house. Oh that's an interesting reaction from someone who headed the breakup at a mutual break. I haven't been her house in a week. Maybe five days yes I go to her house a lot. I mean I'm always dropping the kids off picking the kids up fooling around with the dog. You no matter. How does that usually work? You drop them at the pork or do you go win with them Simpson. No I don't go in the house. Vannatter says you haven't had any problems with her lately have you. Okay okay. Says I always have problems with her. You know our relationship nations ship has been a problem relationship then at her. Did you talk to her last night. Simpson to ask to speak to my daughter to congratulate my daughter and everything vannatter. Dan outher beaten have a conversation with her Simpson. No matter what were you wearing last night. Okay okay what kind of shoes were you wearing. Tennis shoes choose tennis shoes. Do you know what kind probably Reebok. That's all I wear. And the fact that he's saying all he wears as Reebok and they're not pressing him on. That either is interesting interesting. Because they're like oh you only wear one kind of shoe and it's definitely not the kind of brand of shoe that was worn by the killer go to a lot of black tie functions and so on you guess where Reebok it reassembled day. So he's kind of making small talk with them about you know his whole life on and off. Airplanes is always flying off somewhere to play golf. The hectic life of Okay Samson and then kind of as the interview is winding down. They start kind of getting to the point and vannatter says okay. We've got sort of a problem. We've got some blood on in your car. We've got some blood at your house Sorry to break this to you pal. We got sort of a problem tillis about Theo. You little literally dangled blood. We found in your little. Okay says well take my blood test and Lang says well. We'd like to do that. We've got of course they cut on your finger. You aren't real clear on. Do you recall having that cut on your finger. The last time you were at Nicole's house. Okay no it was last night and they come back to the fact that they have been trying to reconcile until about three weeks ago Fan. Did you ever Hetero Jay. Okay says One one night we had a fight. She hit me and they never took my statement they never wanted to hear my side and got her the housekeepers side. I'm the real victim. Perfect Nicole was drunk. She did her thing. She started tearing up my house. You know I didn't punch her or anything but I am. Vannatter says slapped her a couple couple times and okay says no no. I wrestled her as what I did. I didn't slapper at all. I mean Nicole is a strong girl. She's a one of the most condition women women since that period of time. She's hit me a few times but I've never touched her after I'm telling you it's five six years ago. Okay is like not good at saying when something happened. You're like okay like when is the movie GonNa Start. He's like between six eight thirty. That's not helpful. Lang asks okay about taking a polygraph test for them. Okay says should I talk about my thoughts on that. I'm sure eventually I'll do it but it he's like. Yeah Okay yes I'm doing it okay. Nicole's mom is quoted in Sheila Weller. Book saying if you're having a phone call with Oj you could like put the phone down down for five minutes and come back and he would still be in mid Soliloquy. I've been on dates like that. Were you accidentally bring up barefoot running and then you get like a thirty five minute long monologue. One of the sad things about this interview is that like it would suck if they had any suspect in a case where there was this Mike Evidence and they put the little pressure on him. But you also get the sense that like it's harder for him not to talk then talk. He's like show. I talk about my thoughts on the polygraph. Yeah well I am so. Let's it's happening. Yeah it almost feels like watching someone take jacobites straight out of a string cheese. It's like why would he saw Naing says understand the reason we're talking to you is because you're the ex ex husband and okay says I know the number one target and now you tell me I've got blood all over the place like it's their fault Okay this is almost over. We're getting Lang once again. Confirms he gets okay to say again like he gives them a chance to go back on this like let me get the straight. You've never never physically been inside the house and Simpson says not in the last week and lying says ever and he says Oh Christ. I've slept at the house us many many many times. I've done everything at the house you know I'm just saying you're talking in the last week or so K.. And it's like I have never been inside the house and they're like you've never been in the house and he's like not in the last week criminal. Mastermind were interrogating here. This is not like a the verbal chess game. This is the last little bit of tape he says. Oh I'll tell you. I did see her one day. I don't know if this is the early part of last week I went because my son had to go and get something and he ran in and she came to the gate and the dog ran out and her friend Faye and I went looking for the dog. That may have been a week ago. I don't know Langton hanged. vannatter got a photographer coming vannatter. No we're going to take him up there Lang. Were ready to terminate this at fourteen seven crack work guys so they have have started this interview at one thirty five PM and ended it at two. Oh seven awesome. That's got him alone without a lawyer. Why take up longer time than an episode of Er good stuff like what was the purpose of this? What did they learn learn? What even say this is like so obvious you sound? You seem speechless. I'm Steininger tell me what comes to your head because I've been immersed immersed in this for so long that these details are pretty familiar to me like I think I've lost some of my surprise. It just seems like at this point. They should like arrest the guy like he doesn't have a strong alibi. The just broke up with his ex wife who he has a history of domestic abuse with and who made a nine one one call about him less than a year ago. Exactly exactly. There's one glove at the murder scene and the other fucking glove at his house. I just don't understand how they're not just like we got boys. I mean the defense will later argue that like the sheer quantity of evidence actually supports their claim that O.. J. Was framed. And it's like you know what kind of like people don't often leave this much evidence behind so I mean they can't have been confused about what any of this meant. Yeah but I feel like they knew what they had to do but they just like didn't into it. What do you think? Explains that are dazzled by his celebrity. Like what what is this. Marsha says they tell her that he's too famous to to flee and she's like bull fucking Shit who cares it doesn't matter there's more stuff you can do. Besides fleeing he could be witnesses tampering with evidence he could be destroying evidence Reich. What are you talking Abou Marsha and talked to him for thirty minutes during which they don't really pin him down on my Cavani thing and then he gets to go? And then there's four days between the police interview and him surrendering and being arrested where he has that time to basically be ironing things out yeah with his lawyers to be potentially doing all the stuff marsha talked about he does seem to spend a lot of time just like dragged watching Turner classic movies but I mean still still but yet contemporaneous like is Marsha as mad about this than we are now. Is it obvious to her. How bad this was Michael? You know Marsha and her ways I mean me. Think about the big one. I are like very soft on crime. People who also don't know how to be cops or lawyers and we're like Oh this is bad. Yeah Marcia is fucking live it. So what does she do nothing. She has to maintain a good relationship with the cop so she can't like go in their bus heads. No she has to be like that was good. Oh No so okay. Here's what Marcia says you ready. I didn't get it. Simpson had spent three full hours at the station. What could they have been doing all that time he was there for three hours he was was okay? I was even more disturbed by what was on the tape. Fill in tombo sounded exhausted. That was understandable. They've been up since three in the morning of hume thirteenth but that was no reason to allow a potential suspect in a double murder to set the program for the interview. Yeah and he. Monday morning quarterback that's us can now see that Simpson Light Tom and fill all through that interview. Of course. Some of the lies weren't as apparent to them. At the time for instance Simpson claimed that he'd been invited to dinner with the Brown family. After the recital which Nicole's mother would later deny Tom and Phil couldn't have known that yet. But on other more elemental points like where and when he'd parked the Bronco Ronco. There was plenty. They could have done laying. What time did you last park? The Bronco eight something replied the suspect. Maybe seven eight o'clock eight nine o'clock. I don't know right in that hat right in that area. Marsha says the follow up should have come hard and fast. Well what the hell was it. Seven seven thirty eight or nine you. You had a flight to CAC act. So shouldn't you have been aware of the time..
"marcia clark" Discussed on You're Wrong About...
"I cannot count the number of times. I've left my house 'cause spattered with my own blood because I was in a hurry to get newburger and I didn't want my rating to get too low. Welcome to you're wrong about the podcast. Where the Perm of misconception meets the flat iron of Hindsight Oh my God right how? I had a month to make that the perm of misconception. That sounds like something in the never ending story. I am Michael Hobbs. I'm reporter for the Huffington Post. I am Sarah Marshall and I'm a woman sitting in a closet talking about O.. J. Simpson asking a boy to love the show. We are on on patriotic at Patriotair Dot com slash. You're wrong about and it appears by the time we have this out that we will be selling merch. If you want more details just go to our twitter page agent will put something on twitter slash. You're wrong about I'm pretty sure. Yeah thank you for coming on this ride with us. This is episode four. Yes in our series on the Okay Simpson Simpson trial. Yeah we're four hours into our telephone and we're about to go all the way my very good. I am extremely excited. Talk About Marcia Clark and about this period of investigating OJ. I guess during and after the Bronco Chase Yeah. I want to start by talking about who Marcia Clark is kind of right now versus who she was maybe four years ago the American mind. She's someone who's gone through a really interesting rehabilitation of image very recently. Like what's your experience of that. I mean she was one of these women that was sort of in the wave of recapturing in ninety women who really got treated terribly right like Tanya and Lorena Bobbitt and Marcia Clark was one of the main people that we've now returned to and been like like we were really mean to this lady who seemed to have been doing her best. Yeah did you like have a sense of who Marcia Clark was before her. Image kind of got rehabilitated habilitated In Two thousand sixteen with the Ryan Murphy Show about the OJ Simpson trial. I really didn't I mean I don't actually think that I had such a negative view of her at the time nine. I think I just thought that she was incompetent. Because you're an eleven year old boy and you're kind of not communicating in the language of Misogyny. That was being spoken so so fluently around. I mean I think I was but I just think that it didn't attach itself to her for whatever reason. Maybe for millennials like Marcia Clark in the uh-huh same way that so many other women who had jobs and in public inspired this kind of vitriol among their contemporaries that may be kids at the time didn't got got because many of us were used to have working mothers so we were like. Oh look it's it's mom. What do you think the big contrast between her for years ago in her now? Well well first of all. Tell You my first impression of Marcia Clark which is that. I started researching the O.. J. Simpson trial for the first time. Five years ago and got to the part where Marcia Clark a prosecutor is introduced and I was like. Oh there's a the prosecutor is a woman that's need like I had no. I had no memory of her. Oh like I had no sense of her being someone on who was attached to the case like I had no sense of her as a legendary figure. I remember when I read Jeffrey. Toobin the rest of his life which is the first book I ever right about the Oj Simpson trial in which really like open my eyes to some of the complexity that we we had forgotten since the sense that I got about Marcia Clark and the thing that probably immediately made me really like her and had like started my like attachment to her as a a a figure in the story that has has grown and blossomed to this day in which I must be open about up front. I really like Marcia Clark. And the first thing I liked about her was was that like she was the one person who is taking this seriously and also that she was trying. I mean she let me actually read you quote. Marcia Clark has a memoir called without a doubt written with Teresa Carpenter in it. She says that one of the things she likes about court is is that there are clearly delineated rules of combat rules that follow reason which to me kind of says a lot right this idea that she is drawn to work as a trial lawyer and she's he's like later on her career promoted out of prosecuting and given an office job in hates it and asked to be put back in Litigation Gatien interesting but what she's saying is that one of the things that she loves about. It is that you know there are rules. There are clear rules and their rules that are oriented toward logic and toward finding the truth. We're going to hear the phrase search for truth a lot and the next several hours of the show so okay got ready. But that that's what she believes is. Trials are four and what trials are capable of and that she believes that the law is able to actually bring about justice. Like you get the sense that she is operating being from sincerity and from also a belief and you know we are all coming here to honor reason. Basically than and that's not at this trial did I know I was just GonNa say it sounds so naive now especially knowing what we know about the Oj Simpson trial and knowing what we know about the legal system. Generally that the idea that it's this pure thing and everybody follows the rules and all anybody wants is to find the truth. It just like hopeless some Howard. So it's very like trust the system thinking think it's not as if she went into this trial as as like a newly as what she calls a baby be a like. She's he's forty years old at the time that her involvement in this case against ends you know so. She's Cuban a prosecutor for over a decade at this point shoes also been in high profile media cases before like she tried a case that was featured prominently on court. TV So she already even knows what it's like to be working with kind of celebrity concerns and to have cameras on her all the time so this is really new for her. Which I find interesting to like? It's not as if she's like young or green. You know I mean. She's she's a woman in her sexual actual prime but she's not young as well. I want to it. Leave there any door open to the fact of to the idea that I'm you know that's less than complimentary about Marcia Clark's age because I guess feeling nineteen ninety-five was a really you you know was enough yet right. Because he's like facing off against f Lee Bailey who sixty two years old and looks like. He's eighty because of the kind of life if that he's been drinking his way through like she one who has to have thousands of words written about her under eye bags totally totally and the fucking haircut thing which I'm still mad about. Let's let's talk about that too. What do you know about like Marcia Clark's appearance? I bet you could tell me in great detail about like what she looked like at various times. Could I admit it's something. Yeah I know I'm supposed to avoid boilers but the other day. I was looking for a photo to include in this post and it was on interview with Marcia Asia Clark like a year ago or something and it was her talking about the infamous makeover. She began I. I always make them up but she began the case with a Perm right and then she straightened out. Later was the other way around. She began with a perm okay. She became permanent she had like a makeover quote unquote and then she had straight hair and so of course chorus is built up at the time as like. Oh the cameras are on her and like she's trying to go see it up and she's trying to look more professional bubba so in this interview that I cheated and read and I promise I won't do it again whereas this interview sheet it it's in vulture. Okay they're asking about the haircut and she says that was a media creation in in the very beginning of the case before opening statements are press person said he did a haircut. It looks messy and I did. It was kind of scraggly so I got my haircut. That was an after that point. Join the media. Goes crazy with this shit. It's just so weird. They're came that point in the trial when my perm grew out I didn't have the time to go out and get permed again that particular morning I looked at myself and and said just blow it out and stop trying. You can't keep it up. You're never going to have time to go back to the hairdresser now and I have straight hair so blew it out. Dust began the media parade about the makeover. Well how could I still look like.
"marcia clark" Discussed on The View
"And. You'll never get me. I'm missing. A little bit of Jason work whole rider gates. He's not oughta Wally Jay's is the lead there. He is. So riveting he's miss writing. He's amazing. So he plays a British actor British movie store who's been in this country for twenty some odd years, very famous very beloved. So we take it away from the whole Simpson thing and really the case is not at all Simpson. It's a fictional telling. But this is a roller coaster ride behind the scenes, it's not a courtroom drama at all we hardly ever go to court because what we wanted to do when time Sarah, Jane, Crafter, co creators and show runners we decided we're going to do the behind the scenes things, you don't usually see all the MAC nations between all the parties. So we go home with the defendant seven Johnson played by outta wa we go home with Robin Tunney plays a prosecutor and with the defense attorneys play by Scott Cohen, and the defense attorney is a wily character. I think you're gonna really enjoy. But it's all of the behind the scenes stuff in the ways they've been nippy late each other, and society and social media show. We'd throw that in there too. And. I promise you that. We will tell you the end of the story episode ten you will get all the answers. This is not one of those. We're going to drag out because we don't have the attention span things. I can't I don't like when people do that. So did you catch our Kelly's interview with that? Crazy behavior of his with the gal. I what did you think of that? I think I think that I think it was a bad acting job. I think he was really trying to act outraged. And how dare you how could you? I think we can dare. Because so many of these young women have said the same thing. Gale made the point. And when I made it well, all these women who don't know each other are telling the same story, and the story is bizarre. This is not the kind of thing where he just, you know, he grabbed my, but you know, that's kind of Jenner generics. Having all of us or many? They're talking about being held captive. They're talking about the bizarre behavior. You're not allowed to brush your teeth without permission. I mean who can make this up. Yeah. So underage girls. Oh, yeah. I mean Alina again tonight all of the allegations. But I didn't ask one question. But I just have to tell you. I absolutely love the people vs OJ, and Sarah Paulson, and you and everything and it was like one of the best shows. It was all we adore you our thanks Marcia Clark, the fixed premieres tonight at ten. PM right here on ABC police check it out..
"marcia clark" Discussed on The View
"Can you ever freak just out because you predict something what's going to happen? And it happened on my God. This idea medium Hillary Michaels who runs a workshop for beginner psychic mediums says it's because everyone has psychic abilities. Do you think? Wait. Let me think. It's a bunch of baloney because I had a friend. Who was a hairdresser, Frankie, and Frankie, and he has entered an ad in the paper that said are you good with people and he wrote? Yes. And the next thing, you know, he was a psychic. Okay. I could predict that he would be a bad cycle. Hey, I mean, it's it's just intuition. Everybody has a certain amount of it. You know, and it's not hero training. If you're good at people, you could be predictive, the Ayrshire, it's like, you don't have to be qualified kind of you know, what's going to come which money over the years. I was told by two psychics that I would have a house full of boys, and that my cat would die. I don't have a cat. I only have a daughter whatever. I think there's something exciting about just kind of wanting to know I'll do it for actually trust. You more. I believe in it you ridiculous on your lawyer. You an intelligent. I believe in their different types. There's there psychics, they're mediums. And they're m pats with an impact patsies. Uh-huh. Affect then one way or other. Yes. I do believe some people have gifts, and I will say this a little just bear with me. So in Sedona where I love more than any place on the planet. There's this thing called the vortex, and it's the red Rocco rock airport made that voice and canyon. And it's a place of concentrated energy rising from the earth all over the planet and some believe that war, Texas, our border portal for celestial, and terrestrial spirits, and I will tell you whenever I'm having chaos in my life, and I cannot get myself together. If you go spend time into Dona, this is a message for all of you. You will feel better. I don't know if it's the red rock energy. I don't know if it's just you know, like, oh semantic. But it is a magical place, and I feel and I think if any of you are stressed out there rehabs there and things like that. It's like, it's healing. They welcome. Welcome into Donut. What you were talking about with detto. Now, you can tell you a story. Lost rap. Let it. Now this actually seen get go ahead. No, gotta go. Gotta go right now. We'll be back. All right. We'll be back. This Marcia Clark think Laurie Lachlan, and Felicity Huffman will be convicted and do jail time in the college admission scandal can r Kelly's interview be used against him in court and is her new series, the fix based on the OJ case, she's live on the view next. Now is the time for strong women. To speak out. And when these women come together watch out because we have argue. If you wanna change get out and make it we have our voices every single one of us who have immoral compass have to speak up and listen to women. Providence. That's.
"marcia clark" Discussed on Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48
"Nine one year. My granddaughter has been taken. Before. Her head pleading early. This is Marsha Clark investigates the first forty eight. The podcast I'm Marsha Clark. We were going to make this are bonus episode, but we decided instead to just say goodbye, but I wanna tell you how much I appreciated being your speaker talking to you, reading your questions, answering them. It's really been a pleasure. And now I wanna tell you about a brand new podcast and you're gonna love it. It premiers on June fifth, and it's called PD stories by Tom Moore's junior. Hi, I'm Tom Morris, junior. You might know meat from my two decades with America's most wanted currently as the crime analyst on the eighty network. TV police documentary show live PD. Now I'll be hosting PD stories, new podcast from Andy networks and audio, boom or whatever goes down. You're you're the first also on c. honestly, if a murder even you might, you know, you'll get there before homicide guide get their lie. PD you get to see police officers doing their jobs in various jurisdictions across the country. PD stories is a forum where law enforcement professionals till you firsthand about their careers and what you can learn from their personal experiences. And so for something for me to be a new Austrian, the gang unit to see something that violent happened to, you know, kids coming home from church and to make the apprehension of those guys get convictions for these guys. That was honest, the prize of my career. On this podcast, you'll get in-depth stories told in their own words by police across the SP. Troms well, as a profiler, I want to go to seen the where everything happened. I want to know we're offender could have hidden. I want to know why the body was placed in a certain location. Was it intended for victims to be found or not found within that canine unit, they'll have bomb dogs, narcotics dogs, cadaver dogs, exceleron dogs. They even have now dog that's trained on computer components of patrol cottage, homicide investigators state troopers and other agencies. When you enter a hostage situation, it's like going into the middle of movie. You don't know the beginning. You don't know the end the first ten thirty minutes of any hostage incidents called panic reaction. I mean, I remember the first night I was a rookie officer on my own out of field training, maybe twenty five minutes before my shift got over. I got in a fight with a guy over cocaine, make sure to sign up and subscribe on apple podcast, or where. Ever. You get your podcast so you won't miss an episode. PD stories with Tom Morris. Junior, you're gonna love it. Marcia Clark signing off for now.
"marcia clark" Discussed on Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48
"Was wondering if there was any truth to the fact that jam master Jay was heavily in debt when he was murdered. Hi, Amy, and thanks for your question according to the investigative journalist, Frank Owen who looked into the matter. There was some indication that jam master Jay may well have owed back taxes to the IRS a substantial amount. This is Colleen, probably from Connecticut. I'm just wondering if anyone outside of the four people in the room saw the two. Two men. Isn't it possible that that story was made up and that one of the people in the room actually shot him. And the second part is, were any of the people in the rooms have percussion shot residue on their hands. A number of you actually sent in emails asking that same question as far as I know everyone who was in the studio that night was ruled out and I believe was tested for gunshot residue as well. So this week's mailbag your listeners are all over this Melinda is music supervisor, so she's got a special area of interest here. Why wasn't the theory that Jay had a recording of an unreleased artist? The motive did somebody know about a a hidden artist recording that he had and there's no evidence that there's an unreleased recording. A lot of your listeners have this question. Was there any DNA collected at the at the crime scene that maybe they couldn't do something within, but maybe now, you know, I don't know the answer to that question. I do know that they collected showcasing of course, right? How much DNA swabbing was done. I don't know. But the casings would still be an evidence and the casings would still be available for swabbing. I'm sure that they will reexamine them in the course of their investigations. I understand that they have reconvened a grand jury. Now, this this person an aspiring crown Turdy. She wants to know if it was possible to a dentist. I what types of guns are consistent with gunpowder. I don't know that gunshot residue is very, is all that particular to a gun. It makes particular to certain kind of bullet and they never did recover a murder weapon, and they would have done that by matching to the casings. A lot of people had this question to among them page and Bill, they just want to know why Lydia wasn't squeezed like a juice box to get, you know, to get all the info out of her, although I'm going to add my own pretty Tony new too. I mean, it seems like everybody knew and I kind of felt bad for Lydia. Like everybody's like, Lydia, you to it, you do it, you, you do it, and you know, other people know what's going on. I agree with you. There's no way in my opinion, that pretty Tony story holds up that he was. He had dropped his cell phone and he was reaching down for it. When these two guys walked in and shot Jade. And the problem is the police did squeeze both Lydia and pretty Tony. The reason we keep coming back to Lydia is at one point she said she was willing to cooperate if they protect her, but they wouldn't offer her the level of protection she needed. And so she fled. Now I'm gonna ask you to speculate and I know how much love that. Do you think just for chat purposes, it just seems to me that sort of everybody knew what was going on. Did you get that sense? I got the sense of people were talking like that. Okay. I got the sense that there was a lot of talk on the street about, we all know who did it. We all know, but nobody's saying any names and it's really easy to say, I know. I know, I know, but you're not saying who and how you know and where you got that from. So I don't know how much anybody. Really knows about what happened and who did it right? Just how much gossip that you kinda pass on like knowledge. All right, thanks. That's our mailbag and I invite you to call in and ask questions. I've set up a hotline just call four zero two eight, two, six, four, seven, four. That's four zero. Twenty-eight vanish V as in Victor A N I S H or you can email us at Marcia Clark podcast at eighty networks dot com. Thanks so much for your questions. They've all been terrific comeback and listen to the mail bag episode for all the questions we couldn't get to and you could just ask us questions in general. I don't feel like I need to be an authority on everything to have an opinion. So just if you think that you wanted to take a wack at something, let us know. And perhaps Marsha will give you some legal advice to if you're into that knows. Marcia Clark investigates the first forty eight. The podcast hosted by Marcia Clark produced by meal Klein and Chelsea great research by Robin Kiyomi supervising producers, Scott Brody, executive producers, Marcia Clark, TED Butler and Peter Tarsus music is by BLAKE, Maples special. Thanks to rob would Greenman rate in a booth. 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"marcia clark" Discussed on Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48
"Really yells at her view Mayes. It seems very odd and stream league recive ways. Nothing towards what would be a shining at one. Thank you so much, really enjoy the shuttle. Thanks for the question. Casey, it's great one. I so agree with you and that question are you alive? I don't understand anybody who says that. I mean in response to this, the nine one one operator, you know, she still alive if she still, why would you say at that way, Rebecca, Rebecca, you shaking, Rebecca, can you Rebecca? Can you hear me? I can think of a million things you would say, are you alive is not one of them? It is. I know, right? I mean than yelling across the yard. Yeah. I mean, it's just it feels very staged. It feels very much like someone's trying to be hate as though they don't know when they really do know that she's not alive. And again, I mean, that's why I talked to the experts that I did on my an show who analyze this nine one one call and found very troubling aspects to it. That just made it seem like it was all a kind of stage setup of a call. And I know it's kind of a hassle and we're asking you to do something more. We need you to subscribe rate and. View this podcast. Go to apple podcasts and just hit all the right buttons. Why don't you do that before you send a tweet that you might regret to this? I just by yourself that second to think about it. Thank you so much for taking the time to subscribe rate and review us. We really appreciate it next week. The billionaire boys club. Mersa Clark investigates the first forty eight. The podcast hosted by Marcia Clark produced by meal Klein and Chelsea great research by Robin keel me supervising producer, Scott Brody, executive producers, Marcia Clark, TED Butler and Peter Tarsus music is by BLAKE, Maples special. Thanks to rob would set decorator can make a good thing. Bad distributed by audio, boom, the TV series Marcia Clark investigates the first forty eight is produced by TV and airs at nine pm, Thursdays on Anne, find out more at ATV dot com. Hang on any information communications material. You submit to the Marcia Clark investigates the first forty eight podcast by email, download telephone or otherwise is non-confidential an ATM is free to use and reproduce such submission freely and for any purpose, please see the site for complete submission terms.
"marcia clark" Discussed on Marcia Clark Investigates The First 48
"MCI. That's the great courses plus dot com slash MCI and we're back with Marcia Clark investigates the first forty eight. The podcast when we left Jane Denard had been tasked with selling one hundred and eighty thousand dollars of cocaine. They. Had a week to unload the drugs, and it wasn't looking like they'd meet their deadline. Then Jay gave coat to this to this other guy. This guy ran off with the coq J than says to look, I don't have the coke. He was stolen. Uncle says, I don't care if you don't have the coke. Pay me Jason. I Eitam pay. I don't have the money, boom that. So that's hard story to art said that on the afternoon of Jay's murder J called and asked him to come to the studio winter. Narda ride J showed in the gun and gave him two hundred dollars to buy bullets J plan to meet uncle in Connecticut the next day. And he wanted to come along for protection to that. He bought the bullets, but that as he was heading back to the studio, he saw two men. Presumably the killers going inside head of him. He identified them as two people. He knew from Hollis. He heard three shots and then saw two men. Presumably the shooter's hurry out via the fire scape at the back of. The building to identify the two men to the police. There were problems with that story. The only thing he denies is that he was involved in the murder, but a lot of people claim that Tata was the one who set it up. He was the one accident and look out, and he was the one who ushered in in the killers to not completely denies that though. Every other aspects of the story, he confirmed to art had previous conflicts with both of the men. He identified it was entirely possible. He'd only fingered them to get revenge and to NAR had his own case pending. At the time, it was entirely possible that he identified those men in order to get a deal for himself. And on a more minor note, he was wrong about the number of shots fired. It was two shots, not three. It's like, won't create a scooter said, well, what's chega do if you ripple what he's song about months later, Randy Alan gave another statement to the media. He said Lydia told him that one of the gunmen had a tattoo on. His neck. He also revealed that Lydia told the police to NAR was the man who held a gun to her head. Alan insisted that he'd fully cooperated with investigators. And he said he was furious that pretty Tony refused to tell them who the shooter was. Three weeks later, pretty Tony Rincon responded. He said Jay had a pistol with him the night of the murder and that he placed it on the arm of the couch while they played video games. Pretty Tony said Jay knew his murderer, and that quote, had there been immediate animosity or if there was a problem, they wouldn't have been that close Jay's gun was right there. He would have been blazing and quote he maintained that he never saw the man's face. Personally, I find that hard to believe this mood should have been the easiest mode in the world to solve while you had five, six, I witnesses, they were friends of his shoulda you to be those people don't know what happened. They know what? Yeah. And it was the fog that they did know cooperate with the police is the reason that this murder has remained unsolved until this day on. They should be ashamed of himselves at the same time, Frank, don't you think they're actually afraid because if they do know these characters. They do know the gunman, then they know that these gunmen are very dangerous people, isn't it understandable that they would be afraid to come forward. No, that show some polish for God's sake. Okay. You scan. Well, you know what I mean? You should be able to offer. I, I mean, I know if it was my best friend ago shot that I would call right. But then again, you're never afraid for your somebody. You don't respond to. Because up stupid. But shortly thereafter, Jay's case was classified as cold. However, when I was investigating this case, for my AM show, the police officers told me that NYPD had just reopened the case this past December, and they've convened a grand jury and begun issuing subpoenas. As of this moment, though the case remains unsolved, I was talking to one friend is prosecutor in the Bronx assistant DA. You know that 10-all don't move to a minimum security prison. Why? So I was talking about this to prosecute offender abide. She's two things were interesting won't. She said, well, it sounds like he's gonna deal with the government and they're put him in a minimum security in preparation for his release when they were them witness protection. I don't thought this case was just about Gesta Ajay and she said to me, well, what if isn't just about Gemma's to J what if this is really a Rico case racketeering. Case and that the people are really after is also much the gunman all the look how for the person to all of the murdered and the person to all the mode. What if he had done other murders and what if this is a much wider drug conspiracy, I investigated the jam master Jay case on my TV show for AD Marcia Clark investigates the first forty eight. So tune in and watch it airs tonight at nine pm eastern and Pacific standard and eight PM central on any or find it online at ATV dot com. And now
"marcia clark" Discussed on Mafia
"She didn't one ben king said anything to ben and she let what happened happened after the break when investigating a murder the first forty eight hours are the most crucial on a new podcast marcia clark investigates the first forty eight famed prosecutor and defense attorney marcia clark delves into some of the most controversial homicides in america these are cases that have shocked and captivated the public but have outcomes that are either unresolved or leave more questions than answers now marcia will speak with experts review the facts and use her own expertise to shed new light on cases which have been left in the darkness subscribe to marcia clark the first forty eight to catch a new episode every week on apple podcasts or wherever you find your favorite shows segel had the keys to virginia's sixteen bedroom mansion in beverly hills so he let himself in the following evening he went to dinner with friends allen smalley at friend of his stop by because they had planned to go to dinner and picked he benjamin siegel jerry mason and chick hill the brother of virginia hill jerry mason was presented hills secretary and they both lived in the house and they went out to dinner to jack's at the beach in santa monica so they had a nice dinner i assume and they came back debate a few stops on the way back so they didn't get back to north london until about quarter after ten at night and the came into the house bugsy had a key as did jerry an chick hill and they.
"marcia clark" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
"Doing a pilot that were making this pilot with marcia clark but we've never actually said the log line which for anyone who doesn't know is sort of the brief description and with the show is so let's give them a log line and wet the appetites of our listeners for the fix excellent all right so this is the log line what happens when you lose the trial of the century and our shredded by the media in the process if you're maya travis you leave your job as a highpowered prosecutor in los angeles and never looked back what happens when eight years later the murderer who got off strikes again if you're andre collier current chief deputy d a who was second chair in the case eight years ago you call the one woman who knows more about the past case than anyone else an offer redemption now that my as back will she play by the rules and lose once again or will she do whatever it takes to get the killer behind bars from marcia clark the woman who survived being at the center of a real life trial of the century storm the fix is part legal thriller park confessional part revenge fantasy and totally riveting who i mean we totally riveting we said it and that line yeah it's gotta be totally riveting and of course relentlessly entertaining that alanon going for yes all right so liz it's time for from the treadmill desks of in which we discussed what's most pressing in our work psyches this week and this week it's what's in our incredibly heavy bags yeah sarah doing a pilot means we have doll hall all kinds of stuff around and were were sort of usually were planted in one place more or less but doing a pilot you're like riding in vans places you're shooting all over the city were were in this office in that office and we have all this stuff we have to carry layer a binder holding our scrimped and the crew list n cash shooting information as shooting and then we've need warm clothes yep because we never know at the weather is going to be we have to carry around our ipad pros definitely can't leave those behind and.
"marcia clark" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"I know you're faces like wet but anyway so now a marcia clark was the lead prosecutor on that as well and they changed the laws about like accessing dmv records like how they're not allowed to be public so that people can have protection privacy off in goosebumps like this show this woman marcia clark even before the od trial was doing things that were 'extraordinary and um so as an honor to talk to her israel exciting whenever you um are here by the way who's watching your dog blow luckily wet what's the deal is he is laying around will i this is hard to admit i feel like i'm getting called out that so floatie i got this great new app and it's pretty much like an will not like it is it's an activity tracker for your dog yes so it goes on his caller and he doesn't even know said he hasn't care but you know what else uh and it monitors like you know how much how physically active your dog is which is great because i come over here my husband's you know usually travelling and somebody's got to walk the dogs we use dog services and things like that or like you know may be you say to your father in law like i could walk the doll yeah and then you get home at night and you look at the app and it says my dogs have twelve minutes evac brady said my my vitamin d do what they were supposed to do who do i have to be mad at so it's been really great because i've had a lot of trouble with my dog in.
"marcia clark" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"One of two thoughts was happening yeah i could imagine without a either she's a victim of rape and this or sexual abuse and this was to triggering in too much because as a viewer it was hard to watch but that made me go like when i start walking out i wanted to be like no i know it's hard to watch but this is why you need to see because you need remember this is a real story at these houthem you can watch people's heads getting cut off in game of thrones but you can't sit there and watch a woman be sexually assaulted why because it's so intense shouldn't we then be applying this same shock and like intense emotional feelings to bend the needs of the victims and the people who like it's just that might have been in a different moment astle totally was i knew it but like i just it made me think of the different reasons for why somebody would walk out of there and maybe why somebody would choose not to see one of these movies and i just think it's so important to really show people like i've got a fifteen year old step sister and i i think she has to watch this movie documentary theather on operating ndc ah has i think 15yearold girls as much as it's hard to hear guess what you know what else is hard sexual abuse raves so either listen to datum line he would or an heaven forbid they have to encounter that with their friends might or might be ready and know what to do and it's just like all so heart wall okay so let me talk about marcia clark for his neck yes okay so she has this book out which i read and it was real page turner it's like if you like true crime ossoff which super into than i think you'll like it and it's called snap judgment recommend it now we've talked about the whole oji trial before in you were a little younger the me so it wasn't like as you know important moment in your life fives acea but when i when it was when i was under no sixteen oh yet that it will definitely here yeah i watched marcia clark and she was so competent and like.
"marcia clark" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast
"And it's pretty intent is really until we'll be talking about that and we also have an interview that i did with marcia clark the lead prosecutor any o j simpson trial and i thought it was the perfect um interview to put into this episode because she has a new book out called snap judgment in it's about revenge porn and on lex track picking and like the issues that people are dealing with now where you send a selfie and then you know after you guys break up then it can end up on whatever porn site and stuff like that so i thought this was the perfect mix of what we wanted to talk about but first we have shout out sweet sets the out that that is not set no those bring nothing but joy so pump up the jam pump up at james here we go away we'll where he did if you guys want a shout out yet tell people how the are the or are patrons we have a channel unpatriotic dot com slash brain candy where we put all of our challenge content interviews of kashmiris stuff like that and one of the perks to being a patron is that you can shout out you know these ridiculous things we do each week on the show you too can have one yes so that's why i should born tell people i am not professional rights she's an amateur an amateur so you know don't be expect and like.
"marcia clark" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
"A few projects in the development pipeline that we're working on that we need time to focus on including the marcia clark project that we've mentioned before so in other words in this job we're not in charge we are just there to help so we've been thinking about what's our role an really whenever anyone starts a new job you kinda wanna think what is my role in a weather it said forever twenty one or morgan stanley or at an elementary school there's always a hierarchy in a culture of there's the stated expectation of the job description and of course the always important unspoken rules right and for us as tv writers and producers on every show there are a million different roles to fill everyone has their position their title like show runner executive producer co ep consulting producer which is what we are going to be on the show you know all the way down to staff writer um but then there are also rolls that need to be filled and sometimes those are really welldefined like this person is the number to this person always does editing and sometimes they're really not yet and the key is to figure out where do you fit in and how can you best do your role i mean you know something it's tempting to just try to do everything because you want to be really helpful but the truth is if you're doing somebody else's job that's really not helpful to anyone it's like you have to know what have i been hired to do right um that's really the question whatever you're title is yeah you're right if you're trying to do something else that can create friction yes akin akin so you wanna do what you're there to do as well as you can possibly do it yeah and then if people want you to do more down the line that's great uh but they'll let you know usually yes.
"marcia clark" Discussed on Happier in Hollywood
"So that's meeting sarah we had one yesterday and will i'm sure we'll have another one in a couple of days what are your strategies for giving good meeting what are your horror stories more interestingly let us know at happier in hollywood gmailcom one meeting that will forever stand out in our memory is our first meeting with marcia clark coming up an interview with the woman liz told you are my madonna afterward from our sponsor sir you and i have never gone bathing suit chopping together and we never will but the only thing worse than bathing suit shopping for me is broad shopping got those women's cold hands you know tugging at your broad trying to find something that fits it's much better when you can do it online and have it come to you which is why third love is so fantastic yes when it comes to brush shopping it's all about finding the right fit for you third love uses thousands of real women's measurements and super smoothing memory foam to create bras that fit better and feel great available and sizes double a through g as well as exclusive halfcup sizes you can try a third love brought free for thirty days if it's not your favorite new raw returns and exchanges are free could a third loved dot com slash hollywood now to find your perfect fit and try it free for thirty days that's third love dot com slash hollywood.