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Searchlight with Caits Meissner and Justin Monson
"I'm Sean Kelly. I'm here live at eastern state penitentiary for our weekly searchlight. We're going to START SEARCH LIGHTS OFF For the foreseeable future. Unfortunately we running through some numbers As of today and US prisons in jails. There are three hundred three thousand three hundred. Thirty eight cases confirmed infections of covert nineteen. There have been fifty fifty deaths today to people incarcerated in jails and prisons. There's also prison staff again. More than three thousand members of the prison staff around the United States have been confirmed with a virus and sixteen deaths. We're going to keep looking at these numbers at the start of every searchlight moving forward for those of you who don't know eastern state penitentiary. We are a prison museum in Philadelphia. The prison was built on the belief. That people are inherently. Good and can be rehabilitated. Through solitary confinement that is has a distinctive wagon wheel floor plan that was copied all over the world and there are about eighty three thousand people who were incarcerated inside this building men women and yes children as well. The prison was opened today for tours was abandoned in Nineteen seventy-one today we give tours when we're able when it's safe to do so we have artist's installations like this glorious piece by Jesse Crimes. This is a mural that he made while incarcerated in federal prison this is our graph illustrating the US rate of incarceration the highest in the world by far and our exhibit companion exhibit is called prisons. Today ask questions like have you ever broken the law and what is criminality and do prison work. And what are we? What should we do next last year? We had three hundred and ten thousand daytime. Visitors including twenty-eight thousand school visits. We are proud. Second chance employers. We seek out people with the experience of incarceration to join our education team. We find it's one more tool if they choose to use it That we can use that. They can use to engage our visitors in discussions of the impact of the policies. Around incarceration in the United States are big project. Last year was called hidden lives illuminated. We worked for over a year inside of two prisons here in the Philadelphia Area Teaching animation to artists or incarcerated This is working on his On his film and then we projected those films onto the front wall of eastern state penitentiary for months last summer. You what we're doing here. We encourage you to become a member. I can also support us in many ways from our website Which you see right there. The science close to the public because of the virus through at least may thirty first I. We have wrought much of our programming online. Those hidden lives luminated. Films are being feature one per week out. Different different film focused on every week this week. It's Davids film called freedom. We have a twice weekly visit video. Podcast it's called prisons and the pandemic. It's three minute episode twice a week covering what's happening in American prisons in jails and detention centres with this virus. I can find that on facebook. We have what we call the hospital tour twice. I saw once a week Wednesdays at two thirty live Matt Murphy from our team talks about issues of health both historically and currently in prisons and of course we have the searchlight series. Next week's topic is cove in one thousand nine hundred impact on incarcerated youth. We have heard on contain Martinez from youth. I rethought on a Terry from New Jersey Institute of Social Justice Vincent Schiraldi from the Columbia School of social work. And it's moderated by Liz Ryan from. She's the president and CEO of the youth. I initiative join US. One week from tonight for searchlight but tonight we have Cates Meissner She is a pen America. She's the Panamerican Prison Injustice Writing Program Director Welcome cates we're going to be joined in a few minutes by Justin Reveals Monson. He's pen America writing for justice fellow in his poet. He'll be calling in. So hey it's welcome to searchlight from eastern state penitentiary. Thank you for having me and I was just smiling to see Vinnie. Giraldi on your next week is he'll also an upcoming issue of our newsletter. He is a a real leader in this field. Bigtime happier topics about right now. But agreed what? It is We're just a few minutes actually. Did the introduction a little faster than I thought I would few minutes our second guess. Justin is going to be dialing in hit. You want to tell us a little bit more about our guest Justin and how you know him And then we'll be a unfortunately kind of a lab process them online here with us but a little bit about how you know Justin while I knew of Justin's work a little bit. Before he became a writing for justice fellow. He'd won our prison writing awards and honorable mention a number of years back and so I have read this poem. Thought it was quite a phenomenal. So it's really exciting to see his work elevated through the fellowship the fellowship by the way the prison writing awards and I'll talk a little bit more about our program down the line in prison. Writing Words is solely for currently Karsh Writers and the rain for Justice. Fellowship is a very prestigious opportunity. Eight hundred people apply to across the US. It is an ecosystem of writers. Confronting mass incarceration through various mediums. And is not just people justice involvement? Certainly we have currently and formerly incarcerated to a currently incarcerated fellows. Each round justin was part of our inaugural class last year cohort but but we have people representing all different interests in the field so through that Justin one obviously the fellowship and because he's able to be in communication more than some other folks because Jay communication system which will also talk about a little bit down the line. I found that I was able to communicate with him almost as easily as somebody on the outside. Not Quite. That's not always the case. It's rarely the case in fact says through that because I'm also poet in my other life and Justin's a poet and we share a lot of the same influences reading looking at who are interested in we really developed also a friendship through the work in in a in a shared aesthetic. So it's really a pleasure to get to each your him and bring him on today and hear his thoughts. I think they eat will offer a lot of insight around a variety of topics for people who are tuning it tonight more about communicating with people who are incarcerated as do. This work is a challenge that we have as well in our work. And I'm sure you face it at least as much as we do that you know you wanNA partner with people and bring their voices into the projects And the communication is often We'll hear it here in a moment. Even when a good situation I say relatively good like Justin's where three of us spoke yesterday or speaker got an a moment Even that at such there's so many barriers in the the communication ends up being so challenging. If you say more about working with creative people on these projects yeah and I think it's part of what I will be later but certainly you know I mean in a kind of lucky way or a decision made is that we don't work with. We don't actually do classes on the inside. Where National Program? We work with individuals through the mail snail mail and occasionally through one of these kind of pay to play email systems depending on people have access to it depending on the money on etc. So right now. It's even harder because we're doing a once a week. Mail pick up because the virus at the office thankfully. My team member has a car. If he didn't we would be really at a luck and And we get a stack of mail. Uk High Foot high a week and people are requesting all kinds of support. And so obviously when you're doing an editorial process are awards that I mentioned earlier are in theology that the work is very raw and unedited. Because we can't go through a real aditorial process in the turnaround. You need a good couple months because of the snail pace all prison mail is reviewed as we're GONNA here tonight and I'm thankful in advance to everybody who sticks around embarrassed with US Justin's phone calls aren't fifteen minute increments Hang UP AND CALL BACK. The gotTa go through a whole screening. That would in a moment so people's people's lives and communication are one hundred percent red often censored it's often up to the mail room whose mail gets through or not clerk working that day Actually I I. I don't know if we can include this. I wrote a Tony. Eighteen Bed about it for the Guardian. That details of what that looks like
"matt murphy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Mayor. He'll face Republican city councilman Matt Murphy in the November election data db, M News four eight time for traffic and weather together. Now and his Neil Fiorito police activity continues on the anterior feta ramp up as you're heading to the outbound Kennedy that is completely blocked off right now, you don't want to even get on the anterior feeder to stay north and maybe get over to division to get around. It. The main line looks okay for now. But again, the Antero feeder ramp getting out of the outbound. Kennedy is completely blocked off police activity coming in the Kennedy. That's fine. Twenty minutes from mohair into downtown the junction, eight knee express. Edens wide open in either direction. I will ninety extension is clear on the Eisenhower just to twenty nine minute ride in from route three nine hundred sixteen for Mannheim up on looks the same. And the Stevenson is will be well along with I fifty five the inbound side of the Dan Ryan slow protein Roosevelt. The outbound Eisenhower ram vets blocked off to seventeen minute ride from ninety fifth into downtown up on the main line is clear, but the exit ramp to the outbound Stevenson blocked off until five this morning. I fifty seven looks good. So does the Bishop Ford and lake shore drive is in the clear on the tollway is nothing made you're on the tri-state northbound a little slow on the westbound eighty ninety four ramp. The Jane Addams the Reagan the veterans toll all move. Well, so does route fifty three and route three ninety eighty s clear along with eighty ninety four this tell you once again if you're planning on. Adding out toward the airport on the Kennedy, the -tario feeder stay away from it. That ramp is blocked off the wrist police activity at the end of the ramp. Traffic and weather together. On the eighth every ten minutes on NewsRadio seven hundred zero five out of town. It'll be cloudy breezy in cooled today with rain possible thunderstorm mixed in high fifty seven degrees,.
"matt murphy" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Limit to twenty one nationwide as easy Gretz have become popular among middle and high school students, CBS news medical contributor. Dr terra Rula has more the victim mind. Justifies some crazy things nineteen year old. Matt Murphy got hooked on nicotine in high school. What began experimentation with vaping turned into an addiction that snowballed into me having a neuro chemical dependency on it without me knowing his addiction followed him to college. I would be studying in the library. And I would have to bike back to the dorm like every twenty minutes. How addictive are these products? The nicotine is one of the most addictive chemicals known to man, we know that some kids are getting addicted with really just a handful of uses e cigarette use among middle and high school students is rising show. Sharply in twenty teen. Nearly five percent that's one in twenty middle school students reported trying e cigarettes within the last thirty days that's up from less than one percent in twenty eleven among high-schoolers that number jumped from one point five percent in twenty eleven to more than twenty percent in twenty teen. And that kind of jump has doctors and health officials concern nicotine can interfere with memory and can interfere with learning and particularly in younger individuals eighteen year old Sarah Ryan is a high school senior very few kids who haven't been exposed to this issue whether themselves worth their friends, she calls herself, an anti tobacco and vaping activist. These products are used by kids at every age and once the legal age to buy these products raised to twenty one these products shouldn't be a part of high school culture in eight..
"matt murphy" Discussed on WEEI
"We'll check Tuesday's ninety degrees here. We're doing our show in Arizona. We got Houston. We got Jose. They're back at Houston, pushing all the buttons making everything possible and Mnuchin I wasn't gonna touch on this story at all really until Aaron Rodgers decided to respond to it. And then it became a topic of conversation. Tyler dune story on Bleacher report about what happened in Green Bay talking about the the sort of battle of egos between Arron Rogers and Mike McCarthy, and how it goes all the way back to two thousand five when he got drafted in is just half and stop it is ramped up, and it has just been ongoing up until Mike McCarthy was ultimately Lecco earlier this season. Would you say it was a force fire by the time that McCarthy got fired? It was was mouldering slowly at least allegedly. And until you got farthest thing was full on forest fire. So Aaron Rodgers has responded to this story, and we're gonna play some of the cuts here. But I wanna take these one by one in credit ESPN Milwaukee for all of these that we're about to play. But I I just want you to listen to just how Aaron Rodgers summed up this Bleacher report article, and I just want you to tell me if you think he's happy about it. After you hear from here. This was a smear attack by you know, writer look into advances career talking with mostly irrelevant bitter players who all have an agenda whether they're advancing their own careers or just trying to stir stuff up. And then what happens is the same tired media folks, picking it up and talking about it who this just, you know, emphasizes their opinion about me already. So clearly he had no problem with the story at all. He was totally happy with it. He was just totally. He was I think he's saying. Koumba ya. Yeah. For that as well. To know. I think this was was good for him to get it off his chest. And finally, come and speak about it. What's out there? I mean, sometimes you got to defend your character and your integrity. And as you heard him say the same old tired individual same old tired rhetoric the same old tired. So I think he's just he's tired of hearing. It is what he is very upset. And and if he's emotional about it he somewhat keeps that contained, but yeah, he's not happy at all. Or one of the things that is reported in the story is that when the decision by the Green Bay Packers and everybody in charge to go with Matt l- Aflou. I believe Matt Murphy who's the the president there. Green bay. The part of the report is Mark Mark Murphy, excuse me told Aaron Rodgers. Hey, don't be a problem with the new coach Matt leflore? Well, Aaron Rogers says that didn't happen. The article basically said don't be a problem. It's ridiculous. It is one hundred percent. False. So if either he made that crap up or what he would probably do as a writer say, oh, my this is my sources problem. They told me something I talked to Mark early like last week. And I said Mark you tell somebody about the conversation stats ridiculous. And I said because that's not what happened and he told. Yeah. Of course, what happened? We had a great conversation. Like, we always do interesting that he didn't outright tonight until the end, right? He his first inclination is to say, did you tell about the conversation, and then kind of catches himself in that cut? And then says at the end, well, it's just didn't happen that way. This Luth that you that was very breaking that down. Did you tell them about what he meant was about any of our conversation you and I had sure hockey about football be V converse. Just just having a conversation. It's my job that connected us. Well, if you think I'm based on this one, then you might think I'm off base on the next one. As part of this story right Arron Rogers resigning with the Green Bay Packers. And getting massive contract was a major plot point of the Mike McCarthy Aaron Rodgers kind of butting heads, right? He got that new contract. He's dairies tied to Green Bay forever. And least for the next chapter before last chapter of his career. Well, Aaron Rodgers makes a point to say look if I didn't like Mike McCarthy as much as this article says, then why would I have re-signed with Green Bay? I want you to listen to this. And see if you take the hint that I think he you can see his ego seep through in this answer can catch take a listen part of the the article seems to to want to say, you know, the Packers worried about me as leader the football team only forward if they knew that wherever the contract last year and two if I really dislike Mike them much. Why would I resign? No one if I play well. And we do what we do round. Here. We made the playoffs eight straight years. Then I got hurt. We miss bliss. It's gonna be me and Mike my career. So if I really disliked him that much re-sign am I really that is the money that important to me. I'll tell you. It's not. Hear that. Did you see see thorough? I didn't see anything C three. I think you're hearing thing. I think he was totally on board. With I grew if there's any kind of issues with him management, or whatever don't you think he will try to look elsewhere. Or if you are there hand to trade him, as did you see the ego seep through? Here. I'd say I didn't hear the the eagle trust me. He he. Yeah. He's there. He's a little defensive defensive. And the reason why I say that the ego seeps through is because I think it's it doesn't seem like a big deal. But when he talks about the team making the postseason he goes for eight years, we make the postseason then I got hurt. We miss the playoffs. Then I got hurt. We miss the playoffs. Right. Basically saying without me. They can't win. Anyway, I read all he's saying, hey, look, I got hurt. We didn't make the playoffs. The time. I got her. We ain't make the playoffs. So the way I I hear that. And listen that going, okay. If they didn't make the playoffs after you got hurt. Don't you? He might go. You know what I got hurt? And maybe we're just not the team. I'm gonna look to go somewhere else. I got hurt. Again. We'd make the playoffs. I think that. Yes. Some of that ego creep absolutely does. And I think he understands that he knows he's the guy if he gets hurt they're not going anywhere. Look Aaron Rodgers insists Minucci insists that he loves Mike McCarthy, we'll tell you about Mike. And if you look at the comments I've made about him over the years. I love Mike McCarthy Mike has been a huge part of my success and my career, and I've had some amazing moments on and off with my we have had issues. No doubt about it. Any long relationship has issues. But the way that we dealt with those issues Mike, and I was face to face. And I have no problem with that. And I think that's going to happen. You listen to way, it's not what the story says. I know you know, what? When and again, what sensationalistic what's factual sure that for Aaron Rodgers. It's like, okay, you can write whatever you want Bleacher report. What is actual factual? What is hearsay who are your sources come with their sources because I clearly did not say that. So you he's gonna defend himself obviously now, but the way I hear him speak. It's he's going to be fired up defensive. Yeah. They've had some issues what quarterback and head coach or OC doesn't have shoes. And you move on Bill checking Tom Brady. And they've had shot. They haven't had issues. This way because I think Bella check, and he under understood respect fact, there's the point of the story. The point of the story was there wasn't a respect factor between Mike McCarthy. Aaron Rodgers they didn't respect each other. Whether that was Aaron thinking that Mike didn't know what he was doing and couldn't put together an offensive game plan because the story makes a large mention of how many times Aaron would just audible at the line. Sure that Rogers, which is would would basically go superman and try to make things. But here's the thing with that. Every quarterback has got that. Right. If there's something he's not comfortable with or if the play came in wrong. What's this? Article says there've been several times the play came in wrong and wrong personnel. And all that kind of stuff he'll fix it. He'll correct it. Ultimately, I Rogers earned the right to go ahead and change the plate. He doesn't feel comfortable with what your sees. But if he doesn't I read into that. But if he doesn't feel comfortable with what he sees where does that blame? Go who does he blame for not liking what calls coming in? Mike McCall, yet a guy who's calling a place. That's what I'm trying to get at here. So he says, you know, we we handle things and we face things together, you know, man to man. Well, not really I if every time I play call came in. You didn't like it you adjusted at the line which again, you're the quarterback, you're on Rogers. You're one of the most gifted quarterbacks ever to play this game. Talent wise the best quarterback I've ever seen play in my twenty four years of watching football. I get it. But to say that that, you know, we handle things face to face man to man, I don't know. Do you you've to do it? You're not gonna have a knock down drag it on the field. I mean, obviously. Now, he might say something to them in a conversation on the field. That's not. So animated guys watched that because every cameras on them. So I'm sure at halftime. I'm sure they're meetings. What are some of the things we can prove on really started. Call and says sometimes Rogers thought it was buffoon. All the way the calls would come in. And the way that that McCarthy would do this who do that type of thing. You know, what I think sometimes it's a writer's interpretation of what he here's what he what he sees? I decide I want to side with guy been there done now. Okay. So your fact has been one of the most one of the best quarterback. I'd like you that I have ever seen talented wise, physically touted wise, arm strength, mobility, all the above give him the benefit of the doubt. So you're sign with Allen Rogers. Oh, absolutely. I want your help to try to figure out what this next clip means. Because I don't understand it. Aaron Rogers says it makes no sense. Why I'd have a grudge with Mike McCarthy. The crazy thing is there's super slanted opinions in that piece stated as fact, and there's quote unquote facts, which are just outright lies if I really dislike Mike that much..
"matt murphy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
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"matt murphy" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Harley here is Matt Murphy and Andrea Lindenberg. Thirty five past the hour. Yes. We are. Andrea Lindenberg and Matt Murphy on Red Eye Radio. Happy to be here. We'll go back to the phones momentarily. Busy calls all evening long talking about a variety of topics, but one thing on our heart on this thanksgiving week. Andrea is obviously the devastation of some of the fires that are happening out in California for an update on that we go to deputy chief, Scott McLean of Cal fire. How are you chief? Thank you. Well, we wanted to check in and get an update with you. And I guess we can start with a little bit of good news chief, it's our understanding. And we understand we come at this from way across the country in Birmingham, Alabama. But we want to get a better understanding of exactly what's going on out there. And it's Arna standing that. You consider the Wolsey fire to be the vast majority of the Wolsey fire to be contained at this point. That's good news. Right. It's over almost ninety seven thousand acres, but it is at percent contained. So that's really good news. That's wrapped up basically. All right. So we're dealing with that in southern California to the north. There is the deadly campfire. What's the latest on that? Two thousand acres. One in seventy five percent. Unfortunately, it's. Increase the Spurs. And there's a new threat today in the form of rain, and you know, for the longest time we hear in other parts of the United States, wished rain for you. But what's the good news bad news with the rainfall you're expecting? These are the moisture in the air and marine on the fire itself. Persian premature knockdown except for this. South eastern corner. Steve firefighters have been battling that aspect as well. As the different types of vegetation. Keep in mind that we used bulldozers make trails and roads into these areas that's grown. So, unfortunately, the rain, and it's gonna make it all money and very dangerous. So it's going to be another hazard to the firefighters. Are the firefighters doing? I know that you know in the past we've seen these fires. And then we would hear of the loss of a firefighter. How are they holding up overall considering how devastating these fires have been? There's been three significant injuries to firefighters on this particular fire, plus, you know, your standards rains and. They're tired look at this year. I mean, this is going to be a record breaking year. And I ain't lying in the state that we had a lot of records that have been broken Alertus fire date. California's history is even complex. Fifty nine acres. So there's a unfortunately record, breakers and furniture. You're tired. Well, one would expect that we're talking with deputy chief Scott McLean with Cal fire. You can find out. More information at Cal fire dot CA dot g-o-v, e Cal fire dot C, A dot gov. Help us understand and forgive the ignorance of my question chief, but help us understand what was so dangerous. And and what happened that created the campfire to be so deadly? Obviously, it's the deadliest in California history wasn't location. Was it speed of the burn help us understand that? And it's the location of the fireworks started. Strain. So yo- topography. That's. Talking about the meditation. So it's. Very receptive up case. When the.
"matt murphy" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"To the show. Gary McNamara and every Matt Murphy and Andrea Lindenberg, this is Red Eye Radio all across America. I lived to say that in in Gary or Eric's. Instead, I lived to say all across America. It's Red Eye Radio. My name is Matt Murphy, We thank you for being a part of your evening or your morning, depending on whether you're going to bed or just getting up whatever you might be doing. We appreciate you being a part of the Red Eye Radio show. Andrea Lindenberg since alongside to be included on this program and talking to all of you. And so many of you are on the line to talk with us. We need to break down some things that are happening in California to at some point in this hour. We will hear about to deal with something equally as tragic as to what they're dealing with right now and just to give you a sense of the rest of the evening and the rest of the week will be in here for the rest of the evening and best programming with Eric Harley and Gary McNamara for the rest of the week. And the the two incredible hosts of Red Eye Radio will be back on the Sunday night. Monday morning show this being the Tuesday night Wednesday morning show already discussing the Saudi Arabian response by President Donald Trump saying that there's not going to be any additional sanctions against Saudi Arabia. I believe from a political perspective and from a regional perspective. It's the right move. Perhaps. We could have condemned. The humanitarian issues involving the murder of this journalist overseas a little bit more forcefully. But that's not in Donald Trump's nature either. Donald Trump looks at this while he would not have this is. My fundamental belief about where he's out on this. While Donald Trump would not wish that journalist to have been murdered, obviously in that grotesque fashion. And he's been fully briefed on exactly how that went down at the Saudi Arabian consulate while he would not have wished that to happen that he cannot do anything about it is obvious. And he looks at it as an opportunity to position himself down the road rainy future negotiations. I truly believe that's the way. He looks at this. Right. I agree with that too. Nothing is off the table when it comes to talking with someone potentially negotiating a safer. Planet for that matter and that's proof with North Korea. Right. We there. I felt there was no hope of ever having a conversation with Kim Jong. And when we sat there and watched that live coverage of Kim Jong UN and Donald Trump walkout standing next to each other. I was just a stunning moment. So I don't think he completely rights anyone off because in his mind. There is always a possibility for negotiation of something. And honestly, we still don't know what might or might not happen with North Korea. Similarly, we do not know it may not work row things might change. With regard to our relationship with Saudi Arabia. Here's what I do know that Saudi Arabia is necessary to the United States of America into the stabilization of the Middle East. We it is necessary because of the rain, Ian regime, and we need them in that capacity at minimum. So we were discussing that a little earlier this morning. It's also thanksgiving week, and we'll talk about some thanksgiving traditions and whatnot. Some things you might not know apparently the coldest Macy's day Thanksgiving Day parade. Macy's Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. Might be in our forecast in the next thirty six hours, or at least in the top three. I mean, it I don't know how well we'll get into it. But they've got a lot to consider safety temperatures. I do have some facts about the parade. I did you know it had nothing to do with thanksgiving in the beginning. I did not know the facts it had a lot to do with Macy's the store. That's true. But it has to do with things another holiday. All right. Well, we'll get into that later on eight six six ninety red is the telephone number eight six six nine zero seven thirty three thirty nine if you'd like to be a part of the show, we're always welcoming of those of you. I have a question we took a call last hour from Ron in Irvine, California. And I know there are many listeners that Gary and Eric talk with on a night tonight basis out in California, and I speak from ignorance when I say this because I'm forty five years old on and I've traveled I've had the blessing of traveling all across this great nation with a few exceptions. I've been up and down the eastern seaboard all across the middle of the country all throughout New Mexico. Arizona Nevada I have never gotten to the three. The western most states in the continental United States, those being California, Oregon, Washington state beautiful never been to any of those three beautiful country. You have family in two of the three of the states. I guess all three of those states spent time in them. So I will lean on you. We are originating from Birmingham, Alabama. We are morning show hosts from talk ninety nine five in Birmingham. I'm originally from Georgia. But what with the amount of natural disasters. And I sincerely ask this question. What with the amount of natural disasters that we hear about in California. I understand that propensity for fire has grown over the last five to ten years. And there are plenty of reasons for that some of them being environmentalist mucking up the works when it comes to calling out some of these forested areas, you know, some would suggest that it's common change. I would not agree with that. But so much suggest that that's part of the reasoning certainly the governor of California, Jerry Brown would suggest to you that that's the majority of the reason that said you've got mudslides you've got wildfires. You have earthquakes. A lot of different cost of living radidly high cost of living, particularly in the city that can be smog. I do not understand. How you are middle class. And you live in San Francisco. I don't understand it. I just don't and so I'll middle class, maybe a different definition. Maybe. So most of us are used to Ron inspired me to ask the question. How incredible California must be in certain particular ways. That folks continue to live there. It is stunning visually north and south and inland. I guess the the that would have been the third part of the collects it had they split all apart. Right. Three different states. The rest of you. Sure. Is stunning. It is gorgeous. It really is just a beautiful state. I think a lot of these people the state chose them. They were born to their family, their that's home. Maybe all they know. Right. They've never been to this side of the country. It is a it's a gorgeous place. But right now rain is either falling and we'll begin to fall. And we have the two fires that we're still talking about right up in northern California to have the campfire. Southern California had the Wolsey fire. They can't fire. The updated number of people who have died that that we can confirm his eighty one eighty one people dead by far the most deadly wildfire in the history of California's seven hundred people unaccounted for in the Wolsey fire in southern California. Three people dead. So I'm looking at the forecast, and this is just I pulled Chico California, which would be to the north therefore cast beginning Wednesday all the way through Friday is a flash flood watch with rain every single day. And it builds upon what you're saying. Because now the warning is flooding and mudslides, right, flooding and mudslides on the heels of this disastrous on the heels of I can't comprehend. I mean, we in Alabama have been devastated by tornadoes and hurricanes tornadoes, mainly and you're back at your home within probably a day or two where you can start picking through what's left to find your possessions and decide what you're going to do are you gonna rebuild even if you're the person that was hit, right? Get back with the fires. It's not like that. Most of these people don't have anything to kind of go back and collect. Now, the problem is when this rain comes and yes, it is good that it will tamp down the fire threat. Right. It's going to help with the flames immensely. This is a good thing. It's a good thing from that perspective. But consider this of the people they are still trying to identify and see where the where the dead are. When you bring rain into this, it diminishes the ability to find remains and then DNA test them because it becomes at one with assault with the soil. You have the risk of flooding. These survivor camps. He's evacuation camps where people are camping tents up in a WalMart parking lot in one location. There are people living outside they'll be threatened by flash flooding, and this is something that they have sandbags now available the different fire stations because there's nothing especially in southern California. The vegetation the roots are burned away. And so you have nothing to absorb the water. Right. And then there's the possibility of debris flows of Ashish flows. It becomes thick and sludge like, and this is a particular concern to anybody who is is still in those areas, particularly the firefighters because if you can't get out of the way of debris flow of an ash flow. There will be lives put at risk there. So you have people who have always left our home in their communities, and they can't get back in there, nor is there anything left in most cases, they are now having to. Move to higher ground. There are people pulling up their tents and trying to get to locations where they will not be threatened by floods. I'm merely asking the question because I understand we're talking about one hundred thousand or a hundred thousand plus acres with the campfire, and and perhaps with the Wolsey fires. Well, we'll see one hundred fifty one thousand now I'm sorry. Ninety six thousand wolves eighty one hundred fifty one thousand acres campfire, California, big place, huge a big place. So. Are these relatively speaking isolated areas? I ask ignorance and to how wonderful of place, and I say this with love because I'm sure the same can be said about Alabama can be said about Minnesota. I mean America is a wonderfully diverse and understand how I'm using. That term diverse place. America is so different in the north and the south and the east and the west, and so people in California are listening to us this morning slash evening and saying, well, how the hell do you live in Alabama right with the tornados in the hurricanes and the lack of electricity or shoes? And then my my nightmare. I say is a lot of snow right now with the world. Would you live in North Dakota for goodness. Although North Dakota is God's country, South Dakota as well. So we asked these questions out of love, eight six six ninety redeye. We also have some conversation going on about Saudi Arabia will get into all of that. As we continue filling in for Gary McNamara and Eric Harley it is Matt and Omni on Red Eye Radio. For.
"matt murphy" Discussed on Sleuth
"When I weigh those factors I decide that neither. Is of greater weight than the other. And the court is going to exercise its discretion to impose midterm on count. One. Mid-term on count one is two years. As to count to the court considers the factors to determine whether or not the sentence. I'm can't to should be concurrent or consecutive the court is going to exercise its discretion and impose a consecutive term on count two because I do believe that there was an independent objective and intent on each of these separate crimes I do intend to sentence consecutively accordingly. You will be sentenced to one third the mentor for a period of eight months that will be consecutive to the sentence in count to. This concludes sentencing you are remanded to the custody of the Orange County sheriff's department. Thank you council. Racists. With the trial now, concluding the spectators, including family and friends are ushered out of court with the media and their crews not far behind the word is quickly spread that a formal press conference is about to take place on a lower level in the courthouse as the crowd slowly moves to the elevator. Banks others choose the stairs. So as not to be late in attending. What media folks, call oppressor an event, which I am I slew team attended as well, what promise to be a happy moment of closure for Stephen Raquel hair, and June and Masayoshi turned into an event that the prosecutor Matt Murphy chose to roast me and my podcast every every time. This. California's your physician at the washing actually be on. Thank you. Next on sleuth. You will hear the full unedited press conference along with the conversation. I had with Sam house father, Steve who approached me after wishing to confront my decision to not censor my podcast guests defense counsel. Scott sanders. Mr. hair remains quite upset that Mr. Sanders was offered a platform to express his right to his own legal positions regarding his defense of Dan Wozniak sleuth invited. Mr. Sanders to come on our podcast to speak his opinion about certain rulings. Judge Conley made in his client, Dan, Wozniak's capital case, while sleuth offered both Mr. hair and Mr. Sanders, the chance to speak about episode three the episode in question that mentioned Sam hairs past when he himself was charged with murder, but Mr. hair felt he wasn't given the opportunity to have the last word, but he was. And he still does have that chance to come on this podcast whenever he wishes to speak his mind regarding any issue. He has with sleuth. If you enjoyed this episode of sleuth share with a friend and be sure to leave a rating or review follow sleuth on iheartradio or subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. So that you never miss an episode..
"matt murphy" Discussed on Sleuth
"On this episode of sleuth, we are once again back to our Santa Anna, California courtroom front row seat as the accessory to murder trial of Rachel buffet comes to a close prosecutor Matt Murphy and defense counsel, David Medina delivered powerful summations to the jury of twelve. Matt Murphy believes he has proven beyond a reasonable doubt that Rachel buffet is guilty of lying to police and helping her fiance Daniel Wozniak cover up for his murderous crimes. David Medina argued to jurors that this case should be considered the poster case for reasonable doubt, believing that he put on a defense that proves she had nothing to do with the murders. And in fact, it was Rachel that helped police in cooperating with them and helping lead them to as Medina suggests a treasure trove of evidence to help convict who he calls the monster. Daniel was. Eac both attorneys have now learned the members of the jury are unanimously in agreement as to a verdict. Have you made a determination on what the verdict will be? Let's listen as the jury forewoman renders their decision number one thirty five or are you the four person has the jury reached verdicts? Yes, we have can you please provide all signed and unsigned verdict forms to deputy area. Please. I have reviewed the verdict form at this time. I'll direct my clerk to read them. Superior court of California county of orange central Justice center. The people of the state of California versus Rachel may buffet case. Number twelve C F three three nine seven. We.
"matt murphy" Discussed on Sleuth
"If it's so compelling to either side, I do think it's compelling for Matt Murphy, I think he just doesn't wanna touch it. Because of our case. Well, let's see what more we can learn let's go back to Mr Medina's closing argument count. One is the conversation that she has with Everett in Davis at her brother's house. The people's theory is at that point. She knows the Dan had butchered her two friends. She knows at that point. Dan knows because the theory has to be that he told her or he left so much evidence around that she must have known that he butchered these people. So how do those two people act when they come into contact with police they act pretty differently? Don't they? The person that actually has knowledge of the murders. What does he do? How did you find me here? He says he doesn't say how did you find us here? And then he immediately says I wanna talk away from Rachel outside. And what is he doing while he's talking to Everett? He's shea visibly shaking. He seems nervous. He seems a vase of. Consistent with knowledge of the horrible crimes. He's committed consistent. How does Rachel act? The exact opposite. She accent manner that someone would act when they don't have any knowledge of this horrific crime. That's just happened. She's not shaking. She's not nervous ever even told us that she was more accommodating than Dan. Two distinct reactions. Circumstantial evidence of knowledge. He's acting like he has an all of these horrific events. She's not. Now, what does she say to Everett? She says what Dan says to Everett and you've got to ask yourself. A why did she say that? Why did she give the same story about this? This third person. A couple of different reasons. Couple of possible reasons number one she's out the door listening. She doesn't know what's going on. And she parents what what Dan says that doesn't mean. She knows about these crimes that doesn't mean. She has the intent that Dan get away with a double murder. Maybe the third person she's talking about Chris Williams who was there. There was a third person. It was Chris Williams. Maybe that's she's talking about but to make the leap from that statement to her knowledge of this horrific crime and her intent to have Dan beat the rap on those two. It doesn't make sense. So it seems like Mr Medina is suggesting there. She is just not good for excessively. Right. That's what he's suggesting. Of course. That's what he's going to argue. And he may believe that and I'm assuming he does believe in. That's what he's supposed to do. And he's making a very articulate argument about it. It's a hard argument. Obviously, even though it's the same argument that Matt Murphy made in our case. I mean, he also says that show how could she be covering for Dan when she spoke to the police saying that he's a liar. He she said quite a few things in that interview with police that Thursday morning that weren't terribly support of right? So Mr Medina's point is if she were looking to cover for him or protect him in any way..
"matt murphy" Discussed on Sleuth
"And of course, that's actually what happened. He did. No additional time in custody soda all kind of fits together. Tim pled guilty to the felony. And didn't do any time. Right. So he's on the stand saying, I think I'm done. I'm doing no more time. He gets no more time. My experiences lawyers. Don't put some. Buddy up on the stand without having some understanding and that kind of situation it's your job to protect your client. Right. So it's very difficult to believe that I have Tim Wozniak's own words. So for someone to say, how could you say or how could you suggest that there was a wink, and that it's Tim Wozniak saying it, so to the extent somebody has an issue with me reaching that conclusion blame Tim Wozniak. He used those words, then I've got a deal afterwards that takes place, but I have an interview with Tim Wozniak after the trial. Exactly. So you then share with me the fact that you have an interview in which he says specifically I was led to believe before. I took the stand that I wasn't doing any more time. So what else would a lawyer believe what of what are their conclusion if you were in mice seat, could you reach other than the one I have let's go back to Matt Murphy. Let's go through the letter the law here certain laws or -firmative falsehoods to thirties when made with Rex knowledge and intent may constitute the aid or concealment contemplated by thirty to know. In our case, we have both aid. And concealment. We've got both. However, the mere passive failure to reveal a crime. And again, this is should be common sense. You know, if you were to go write this law yourself as a group, you would come up with this something very similar to this. However, the MIR pacifist to reveal a crime the refusal to give him from Asian or the denial of knowledge motivated by self interest. Does not constitute the crime of accessory. So. There you go isn't that what she's doing? Well, I think that her interest is self interest. And she's refusing to tell the truth, she's refusing to cooperate four self interests. So he's saying that's not excessively right because. The law requires that you helping someone else you're helping someone else get away with the crime. So that's why I keep asking isn't that what you were trying to tell me when you have said to me in the past that in order to prove excess Serie he has to prove that she wanted to help, Dan when that was clearly not the case. That's right. She clearly wanted to help herself and here in order to fit it into the law of accessory. He's saying it has to be for protecting him. So you have said to me before Scott that you feel. That it would be tough for him to prove excessively because there's no question by the time. Those jailhouse calls were happening. She already knew everything, right? Probably knew it well before, but certainly by then she knew it. And so anything that she was saying or doing was all to preserve herself was protect yourself. So excessively he just the way he just described it the way I just heard it was that if you are avoiding talking to police or you're not answering questions or you choose not to answer questions to protect yourself is not excessively. Right. So is that I mean, basically what he's just saying? Right. There was is that your is that your reason why you had said to me, you you felt that it was going to be tough for him to prove accessory. Because she didn't really care about Dan at that point. She wasn't protecting Dan. No, okay. No. I think that the way he's presenting this case, it is an accessory case. But there's an undercurrent of this is really an accessory case. It's so difficult to believe when you kind of pull this all back that this could possibly be about protecting Dan, but he has those charges. So he's doing an argument here. It's a separate issue from why he didn't prosecute her. He thought he didn't believe the evidence was strong enough to assure that that verdict would come. Let's go back to Murphy when the police show up at our doors, and they say we would like you to cooperate in this..
"matt murphy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"There's gonna be some injuries. Also. So they need a legitimately sign a couple of bags and short that bullpen, and you got to hope for the best because the Braves have gotten a lot better Phillies. They're gonna sign big time players and the Mets are very far away. I think you're right. Matt Murphy will ten days of his prediction is he's going to the twins for two years. You know, he mentioned the the Gromit historic. I wanted to see what Bob Gibson did FEMA degree one point one. At one point one two. And then the next year is the whole run. He was two point one eight. Next year was three point one two keeps you keeps going up. But it's. Yeah. Is is the Red Sox gonna win one hundred games? Probably not going to have a real low era. Like, maybe not. But I think you know, if. Van wagon and saying that the Mets are almost they're not gonna trade him. Like, he's you know, I think that window was was during the summer. Now you now you're going gonna see if you're gonna keep him. What are you going to add what what would catch you? I think Murphy, I think. I think it would be bad for the mess to bring him back with this reason he was real hot. You didn't want to bring him back. Now, he's coming to the end of his career. He's squeeze something out of him. Now, I think I I gotta go to younger people eight seven seven three thousand seven sixty six sixty six back with your calls after this. How old is your water heater?.
"matt murphy" Discussed on Double Toasted
"And that's another. That's another legend. They have another soul legend. Funk's funk legend. James Brown godfather godfather, so, but I love seeing. They look like you have seen fish when when they spun jumping up those. A love is right here, man. Plus the split up next to the cross. Unlike that they have a knee across church too. It was so funny because when I was coming up with the school, why kids we thought that black churches really. The black start doing the flips. Love you. Got to go to a black church. New, the flips as much. Joining with his brother lake shit. I gotta go down again. No, that is my favorite scene in the movie, but a very close second is a wreath. The Franklin. Playing the owner of the diner who she's married to to Matt Murphy husband movie. He was a tars for for the blues brothers, and that's the scene where she performs think and thing about it, man, a love it because she is so she's well seasoned as somebody who's in front of the cameras wasn't always like that, but there she's so season with being in front of the camera so much experience that she plays that role of being sassy. Yeah, so well, and is mainly she's able to pull up because. Her husband acting husband movie. Is such an a hassle. I mean, it's some shit he could. You could not get away with this today. If you see what he did in his movie, they would actually have to kill him off. It's been awhile since I watched it. Oh, he is a dick man. What you saying. You got to think about the consequences of actions. Oh, shut up woman. Even saying that today. He's working in the mall right now. Imaging hanging out together. Bit..
"matt murphy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And it's a thing i was actually a regular on a show here and wgn milt rosenberger brilliant man psychologist i think was head of the psychology department for time at w activity the university of chicago and i asked him after show because this is in two thousand nine bef in even then you could see the influx of the influence of smartphones i asked him is this changing people as he goes absolute they're already finding a changes brain chemistry and how we think and how we relate to each other and so that that always stuck in my mind and i i walked i have a very short walk to work here and the busy streets of chicago but still almost get run into two to three times a day by someone who's not looking where they're going and then they look at you and you're the you're the jerk picked us you should be watching out for them you see me you're not looking at your phone defensively buddy so there really is such a thing as cell phone addiction i was on a conversation this morning has been interviewed on w api fm out there in birmingham alabama by met matt murphy and andrea lindenberg and they were came up and it turns out that she has a two we were talking about how you gd and i will go for walks here and i'll just forget my phone and just we don't freak out we just go but i have my phone find out when we get home and if it's bad you'll still be bad then put your credit i'll he was saying that she actually starts to kind of get a little tremolos when she doesn't have her phone near her for any length of time matt murphy was talking about the same thing i know millions of people have the same issues well the reason you actually wrote this article was we were in church and the couple sitting in front of us you notice i didn't notice it at first what you pointed it out i couldn't help could not stop looking at their phone during the entire forty five minutes geogra you can actually see the guy the the the the woman as well but the guy particularly was touching he'd put the phone in his pocket and.
"matt murphy" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"But he has a tough time identifying the whole or making the right hole i've never been i've never liked him as a runner millers that way to see i like lamar miller more than most people to be honest i think lavar miller is a pretty good running back sometimes he is a little bit wrong with his decisions in but i i like shifting is i think he's fast and things quick i think he's a lot better out of the backfield catching the football than people give him credit for i like i like lamar miller see things i see with miller i felt like he was a guy who you brought in here to be a home run hitter right he was going to be the you know kind of i don't know just a guy that you know he was a threat to take it to take to the house anytime you handed the ball to him and i just i don't i i i'll be i'll put you like this i think he's almost become better throwing the ball out of the backfield to as as he's gone on here the texans and i'll tell you what our boy matt murphy broke it down beautifully i think it was last year i was on with him and he explained why lamar miller had so many problems reading holes and and not being able to fall was blocked because he came from a zone blocking scheme in college and miami where everything you know everything's horizontal whereas it's a power blocking scheme with with the texans so you know reading holes waiting for your blocks develop is a whole different deal learning how to run behind that and you saw a little bit of that last year that he started to figure it out and i think that they got him more involved in the passing game last year to kind of help him create more you know create more plays in space so i just call me crazy.
"matt murphy" Discussed on KOIL
"To have you with us on the program tonight and i would have to note that uh we live in some some perilous send a difficult times little bit later this half hour we're going to be talking with brad meltzer who will uh i think uplift you a bit but that's a few minutes hits suffice it to say that uh that not everything about our existences is quite as bad as i think sometimes we feel like it may be smoking can be bad for you just ask the sixty five year old siberian woman who went out on her balcony birth smoke but a gust of wind blew her four stories down into a snow bag an ambulance couldn't reach the house or construction drug gutter into its bucket a jew was taken to a hospital with a broken arm three broken ribs and a concussion and also i would dare say uh and new year's resolution to stop smoking ireland now has a samesex marriage law and so to elderly irishman matt murphy and michael o'sullivan plan to wed older just good bugs and very hetero but they know each other for twenty nine years neither has family and matt once michael to get his home when matt dies without having to pay ireland's 33 percent inheritance tax so they'll be getting married and well isn't that special i suppose that sure what else you can say kathy gilroy of suburban chicago with spent decades crusading against gambling since it was free to editor she's one 25000 bugs for the sweepstakes game is that always that way yeah i would get is oh and i have to admit when i first heard the teenagers had been eating tied pods detergent packets which could cause seizures respiratory arrest and even death by first reaction was okay if you're really that stupid go ahead cleanse the gene pool but i've calmed down now enough to say really don't do that uh we'll pause briefly when we come back a chat with best selling author bread meltzer who have something rather inspiring to tell us about in just a moment.
"matt murphy" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"To have you with us on the program tonight and i would have to note that uh we live in some motzo perilous send a difficult times little bit later in this half hour we're going to be talking with brad meltzer who will look i think uplift you a bit but that's a few minutes hints at suffice it to say that uh that not everything about our existences is quite as bad as i think sometimes we feel like it may be up smoking can be bad for you just ask these 65 bureau siberian woman who went out on her balcony for a smoke when a gust of wind blew her four stories down into a snow bag an ambulance couldn't reach the house or construction drug gutter into its bucket and she was taken to a hospital with a broken arm three broken ribs and a concussion and also i would dare say uh and new year's resolution to stop smoking ireland now has a samesex marriage law and so to elderly irishman matt murphy and michael o'sullivan plan to wed oh they're just good buds and very hetero but they know each other for twenty nine years neither has family and matt what's michael to get his home when matt dies without having to pay ireland's 33 percent inheritance tax so they'll be getting married and uh well isn't that special i suppose that sure what else you can say kathy gilroy of suburban chicago is decades crusading against gambling since it was free to editor she's one 25000 bugs sweepstakes game is that always that way yeah i've i get is oh and i have to admit when i first heard the teenagers have been eating tied pods detergent packets which could cause seizures respiratory arrested even death by first reaction was okay if you're really that stupid go ahead cleanse the gene pool but i've calmed down now enough to say really don't do that right we'll pause briefly when we come back a chat with best selling author bread meltzer who has something rather inspiring to tell us about in just a moment when.
"matt murphy" Discussed on Dirty John
"What would you do if you were suddenly confronted by a serial killer if he singled you out in every month since you a package goading you on trying to get you to get him i want to introduce you to the subscription box service called hunterkiller he's been featured in buzzfeed fast company and bustle people are obsessed if you love creepy co ciphers and clues onto killers perfect for you worthy farm chair detective in your life each month hunterkiller sense a package of letters articles objects tools and other things from their killer curator all clues or may be clues in an ongoing murder mystery unto killers growing so quickly that the only allow five hundred new members a week once reproved in you must be approved you'll be able to subscribe and get your first box waiting as the hardest part will you join the hunt visit killer dot com slash dirty john and use coupon code dirty john for ten percent off detectives told the prosecutor matt murphy that it looked like a clear case of selfdefence none of nine times out of a hundred euro you know the nice person does the woman eliza i can't tell you how many times you don't discuss on the runup to this we find the this poor woman dead inducted in the desert or on the side of a free way of because it's usually with these things and i don't think this went according to plan for the ah what he expected to do a was pulled the knife in she would do begin what we see on tv she would you know maybe a worse is going to buffalo scream that he'd be able to with the knife get her into his vehicle in and kidnapper which is what all the stuff was due to the side inside the car so he's got a mover from you know who ruled his and she decided to fight and guts doubts were things went wrong i think it's basically an allusion fostered by the movies we love and our need for comprehensible narratives governed by cause and a fact that people's personalities can ever really be explained by an of enter to.