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The Rich Eisen Show
"menendez brothers" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"All of you say whether you think and then I rule in someone's favor or not. I think this is the next time we are getting a gavel. I think it's called judge Amy. Roku, I'm telling you. It wouldn't be. I wear a little black. No idea, yeah. Sexy, cute. I'm here for it. Best argument gets ice cream. By the way, I'll bring the snacks. This will all get ice cream. What are you doing later? It's a big draft build up for the week. It is. Thank you for asking. We are having that other pregame show, which we refer to as tops, get it that other pregame show tops. We're doing a draft special. This evening, it's well, they call it evening, and New York time in California time is from four to 7 on CBS Sports Network. But I want you to know, I only wear my Looney Tunes for you, so I will be changing before I go into studio. And we're doing a three hour draft show. Well, I think I have to follow this up by saying that's all folks. By the way, can I tell you something crazy as we go to as we go to break? I had to go to the Hollywood forever cemetery the other day and went by the Mel Blanc's stone and you know what it says on his stone? That's all folks. That is it kind of gave me chills. It is perfect. Name me another sports show where you're gonna hear about stuff like that. And the Menendez brothers. By the way, Android and his brothers, this show is off the rails. I'm just saying as the kids say it's off the rails. All right, thank you so much, Amy Trask. Thank you. See you the next time I'm in this sheriff who's God knows I don't come here without you. And I'll be in my Looney Tunes. I love it. Lots more on the rich eyes and show when we come back.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"menendez brothers" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"From workhouse connect and AJ benza. Fame. He liked to be walked on a leash and played really dirty kinky sex camps. The guy put the cock in the peacock network, okay? Bitch. Hey everybody, AK Benji here with fame as a bitch. This is your free show for Wednesday. April 19th, 2023. Sorry, it's been a hectic night before and a hectic day before I am taping this at 2 p.m. Pacific time. I apologize. I didn't think it would take this long, but oh man, I was told I had to move out of a double bedroom and this hotel and go across the hotel to a single bedroom, that happened in like qualify, had to go to the car rental place to get the wife, another rental car for until whatever the hell hook car is done getting fixed at whatever shop it's at. If somebody loose ends, I'm going bananas. So money's flying out of my ass every which way. But I said, let me get home and do the free show for you good people. Zero four one 9 two O two three, not the greatest date, but guess what is a great date? Today is the day that we can talk about the Menendez brothers case is back in the news because the next member of menudo is now saying, well, basically backing the brothers claim that their father was a pedophile and sexually abused him. The ex members name is Roy Rossello, he was part of the hugely popular boy band from the 80s. There's a new docuseries that's airing on peacock network. It's titled Menendez plus beno Cohen boys betrayed. I don't like the title, but I think it'll be fantastic to watch. I'm getting old tired of all these networks that have the plus sign peacocks, AMC plus, bravo plus. ESPN+ Disney+, some of them are really good shows up, but I can't stand what they're doing to us. Us to death, okay? I don't know how much I used to have like, you know, Netflix, Amazon, and then I went for Hulu, which I could
Bob and Sheri
"menendez brothers" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"His royal robe is a little tattered, but you think he will love you unlike the other princes who rejected or hurt you. You want to believe he's not guilty. People may tell you that chances aren't good that he'll get out, but you think that even if he doesn't, you'll just move near whatever prison he goes to next and visit him all the time. But have you thought about the fact that he may have other women writing to him? Other women who have fallen in love with him like you, you might never know this until you've wasted years pining for him. And she wraps up the letter by telling Brittany, get some psychotherapy and work on your feelings of not being lovable enough so that you can find a prince in real life. And if it makes you happy to keep writing to Brian in the meantime, fine. But with therapy, you'll discover that a man who is already out in the world in the real world will make you even happier and you deserve it. Sincerely, doctor Carol Lieberman. Wow, what do you think? Well, I think she hit on all the points to try to push the right buttons with her in a positive way, certainly, but, you know, women have been doing this a long time. It's funny when you talked about this story, I looked up the Menendez brothers to both in their 50s, which is kind of hard to believe, but they are. And they have wives. They have wives who they are currently married to, but no conjugal visits or anything else, just whatever kind of relationship they can have in a prison situation like that. I remember this was a while ago. You hadn't been dating anyone for a while and the Menendez brothers showed up in the news for some reason. And you said, you said to me, you want to explain to me how the Menendez brothers have lives. I don't have a date for Valentine's Day. It's a question, you know? Yeah. And I think what was interesting about this letter was the talk about what you believe is obviously like, oh, you think you're the only person that can understand him. I will never forget watching the Netflix documentary on the guy in Wisconsin, Steven Avery. Oh yeah. And the women that were that were all, like I like a fixer upper as you know. I do enjoy a project. There are some houses you can't save. The guy that was the night stalker out in Los Angeles. Ramirez Ramirez, yeah, he's died in jail, but at any rate, he would have a gaggle of women who would come to the courtroom to see him. Like on the one hand, I think, well, isn't it beautiful that even someone accused of the most unspeakable crimes, there's another person out in the world that can see a sliver of goodness. Isn't that nice? It's not a good thing. Then on the other hand, I'm over here going. Oh, y'all kind of nutty. But where do you thinking? Even if you do understand him like, no other person ever has. Really? Yeah, he doesn't, that coburger doesn't seem to have a sliver of goodness in him at this point. I mean,
The Astrology Podcast
"menendez brothers" Discussed on The Astrology Podcast
"Should be, that should be well attended. There's been a whole string of interest and things like that with that Netflix series on Dahmer and stuff like that. Yeah, well, what was it one of you was saying that some of these events are having their Saturn returns. I think the Menendez brothers is Saturn and Aquarius. I think that was early 90s off the top of my head. But when was Dahmer? Crimes having their Saturn return? Yeah, I haven't been I haven't looked into that. In any case, I am looking forward to seeing that presentation virtually. So yeah, you're one of those people Patrick, where we always wish we could get you to conferences and often not able to attend it at family obligations at the start of being able to attend online means you actually will be there. Right. Well, the, I mean, blah, blah, blah, before basically I became a full-time astrologer to the biggest obstacle was that I wasn't able to get out of work because I was working as a teacher and often happened right at this crucial time at the end of the year where I had a lot of obligations to uphold. So and then I was resident to go in recent years as well because of the pandemic and just being really wary about in person. And so this is really great that's going to be this option for me to have to be in attendance at November. I think that's part of the reason why Laura is pushing for this because there are a lot of people that are, for example, like immunocompromised or other things like that, that don't feel comfortably being able to attend events yet. This close to either whatever stage we're at with COVID and everything else, but I think making it more accessible in the push for accessibility in astrological community has been one of the major things in Norway has been one of the leaders in that over the past few years. So it's pretty awesome seeing the community evolving and changing right before our eyes in terms of conferences. I've been saw something like that last weekend. There was an online conference at a bunch of up and coming astrologers organized called kazimi Khan with a bunch of impressive lectures by a bunch of up and coming astrologers that was streamed live through Twitter spaces for free. So that was super cool to see last week and it's interesting seeing in the same way that we were Kirk and I were innovating ten years ago with Aya to the best we could by trying to integrate the younger and older generations. You can see different movements towards that now in 2022 as well. Yeah. Yeah, I like the hybrid too. I don't like replacing the real world with the virtual one, but I think the extending of the real world with the virtual is nice. Oh, we're going to have VR conferences at some point. Oh yeah, a friend. You are going to be given lectures at those at some point. I will give one and complain and not do it again. What if we give you like an avatar that's entirely like skull and bones? Would you wear a skeleton avatar with that sell it for you? No. No, I'm gonna need more than that. But the negotiations begin. Yeah, so Norwalk is not whack. That should be the motto. That's like a 80s PSA. Patrick, you need to start an astrological sales company like mad men, like an advertising company for a little kitschy statements like that. All right. It'll be on a T-shirt and two years.
On The Rekord
"menendez brothers" Discussed on On The Rekord
"DJ intense for all the bigger podcasts here with another episode. I think when episode 81 or 82. I think 81. No, no. If anyone 82. Let's look at it right now, hold on. I think there's 82 years. Episode 82, man. Man, 80 two episodes, man. It's wonderful. I'm your host with the most DJing tents and to the left of me. I have I am what was up my dude? I am. Yeah, it was a long day at work. I just say that. All right. He's like, he's like, no. I'll probably drop tomorrow. I'm off Wednesday, though. Happy about that. What's up, my brother? Happy 8 digit. People's day, people. So with that and always the only reminder to say, oh, Chris war Columbus. I know I should have been cursing, but he deserves it. The only Christopher acknowledged Wallace said it. Yeah. But we all say it. That's only Christopher. And yeah, it's been a very unique week. So, let's get into it, shall we? My first story I want to bring up is actually about the good folks at TSU. Tennessee state university. Hold on one second. Yeah, so my story quick a little synopsis, actually I'm going to talk about Tennessee state university as a housing crisis going on right now. That's kind of what under the rug. Because reason why it's because they have record margins in incoming classmen. As far as transfers and freshmen, it's moving with the record number of enrollments from 2022, 2023, academic year. An actual 2.5 thousand students wow. Freshman's in transfer having rolled the total of 8000 overall. Because of the high enrollment rate, some of the upper class in our struggling to stay on campus, there are staying at whole toes in or motel rooms instead of the dorms due to the overflowing of housing. It is so bad that one of the seniors is actually sleeping in our car as of August 26th, 2022. Wow. The university is trying to provide housing in the metro Nashville area. I found about this story about from HSBC, you confessions, which is a web server I get my little fun on and stuff like that. Not looking too good. We're halfway point of the season. The next month is November. And in December's around the corner and there are some students that are still haven't had adequate housing as of yet. And them being in motel rooms with mold and infestations and people actually taking advantage of the motel and housing units of people who don't go to university, stay in the hotels because they just say that Tennessee state university students. So I was getting really, really bad. TSU, you're on the clock. I get it. You're not used to this, but you have to make it right. Students should not be living in motels and having been kicked out of dorms because some dorms aren't adequate enough to house students in. And because of your record margin enrollment, you have to make life miserable for upperclassmen. That's not right. Faith then try to work out what an apartment complex or something like that or, you know, local people that want to offer rooms and you've said it like that, but don't just put people out there and crappy motel room and stuff like that. Exactly. That's just sad. So the question I have is there at this university and having a housing issue. My question is, are they still paying that full tuition as all the room and board? Most likely because they're like, when you're upper class when you're about to graduate, most likely probably yeah. Maybe there's a discount where the housing is not adequate inside the payment structure. But it's not looking too good for TSU university. Wow. That's terrible. What are my people are spending and you meet somebody that you can afford to build housing for these students? Well, apparently one of the girl mentioned and I found out that there is housing there, but the problem with the housing they have is inadequate. IE this mold growing some of the housing, they have voted infestation, infestation. All the more reasonable. All types of stuff. You can hire people to take care of that. Too late. It's too late. Mind you, this happened in August. And it's, I found about this story a couple of weeks ago. It's still going on to this day. So my thing is like they knew about this thing. The school, I feel like you're stealing money. To be honest with you, because those things should be up to code. It should be up to cold. Yeah. But sometimes with some universities that they don't handle things inadequate time, and now your problem. So as an incoming freshman year settled, but as an upper class when you're like, you know, let out the pastures you're like, you can figure it out for your grants, man. But I do give them credit. They are giving them, you know, places to stay, but a motel is an advocate for my studies. No, it's not. Especially when you hear the next person over, I'll be hitting the sheets if you know what I mean. Listen to me. If I'm at a state of pain, X amount of money for tuition to be here for my education, a motel icon, bro it gotta be at least three stars. At least I'm not trying to be bougie, but I'm just saying. 'cause you're paying 30 to 40 to 50, $60,000 for school. And I'm in a hotel room on that would be a hell of who's doing that. Like, we're on the outskirts of like, you know, on some like, you know, Jeffrey Thomas stuff. I feel like that's really scary for life. I saw some stuff while I was, well, while I was somewhere getting things done. You got me scarred. I got this card too, you know? Yeah, yeah, listen. For what I saw, a lot of bad decisions was made during that. They're that time, especially from the victims. Well, you know, back in those days, that's how they lived. And what an episodes. Dudes all the brother went through something with the dude. But jeopardy. I watch it. This is all. This is all real. This is all already documented already because this happened in the 90s because I was of age. I remember this whole thing in 1994 95. It was a big case with the Jeffrey Dahmer situation. I was watching Barney and Sesame Street. Yeah, you want to know, but I remember the time. That's why I was like, well, you got 11 when you bring up this story is like, I remember because I remember seeing it on TV. It was during that time was him, OJ, and the Menendez brothers. Yeah. Listen, the men and his brothers and Jeffrey Dahmer, well, they're in the same Wheelhouse of crazy. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. So much. But back to the back of TSU, you know, hopefully the next semester, they can correct these issues and students can actually live on campus because the purpose of money. The president be going to college is to be on the campus. You have to be 20, 30 minutes out of campus. So if I have to study or, you know, do you have an athlete, especially if you're crazy is that? Especially when you're a professor is like, you know, a dog would be like, oh, you're late. Across
"menendez brothers" Discussed on Eyewitness Beauty
"A neuroscientist by the name of Rodrigo quiroga published a paper about discovering the quote Jennifer Aniston neuron. He was looking for areas of the brain that caused epileptic seizures and he discovered instead that one subject had a neuron that's steadily fired whenever she was shown a photo of Jennifer Aniston. It didn't fire for other celebrities, but seemed linked to the concept of Jennifer Aniston. Another subject had a Halle Berry neuron and another one had Bill Clinton neuron. What the fuck kind of test were they running? Never have I walked into my brain doctor's office, and they've been like, here's what People magazine, let me measure what happens to your brain. This is a study that is really up my alley. Where you just get to read Us Weekly. Okay, doctor Rodrigo. But yeah, this is an article. I just found an article from 2012 that also talks about UCLA neurosurgeon, named yitzhak fried, who also discovered a Jennifer Aniston neuron. He noticed that when he showed patients a set of photographs, they came to a picture of Jen Aniston, a very particular neuron begin to flash multiple times when he showed the same patients pictures of Julia Roberts or even a random not famous person, the neuron was quiet, but then when they showed Jen again, they flashed again. But what kind of neuron are we talking about? Is it a happy response? Is it excitement? Is it contemplative? I don't really know. And the reason why it's coming out now more than ten years after this, a lot of this research was done or about ten years is that TikTok has discovered this research. Oh, God. And what I find really funny about the wrong hands is that do you know also that TikTok is like there's a whole sub segment of TikTok people that are trying to get the Menendez brothers, freed from prison? I'm not surprised. Like basically TikTokers very briefly, the Menendez brothers Lyle and Erik Menendez were some of the biggest true crime celebrities slash alleged criminals or convicted criminals in the 90s. In the time period of Lorena Bobbitt and TV was poor TV was blowing up. And I think that the Menendez brothers was one of the first completely televised criminal trials of its type. The two brothers killed their parents. And I think they confessed to it, too. But it's all very murky and during the trial. They basically said that their dad was incredibly physically and emotionally and sexually abusive. And they had family members also corroborating those facts. It's horrible, horrible, horrible, horrible stuff. However, they were tried separately, and then they were tried together, and when they were tried together, they were convicted. But I guess there's not great evidence to convict them and or TikTok is saying that basically it was self defense that they felt like they were going to get killed or their lives were in danger. But so anyway, this is obviously happened in the 90s. They're still in jail. But TikTok is trying to revive the case. I mean, the criminal justice system is fucked up. I agree. These TikTokers are enthusiastic, smart, they care. I think there's a lot of other people that they could be like. Looking into trying to help writing some of this energy around for some other wrongfully convicted people that are currently stuck in justice system. Seriously. We have one very exciting piece of news. That's great. Two of our favorite brands, croc, and uggs, croc and ugg, I should say singular. Seemingly had one night of passionate love and created Kanye West's.
Ross Patterson Revolution!
"menendez brothers" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"He didn't murder her right. There's a tiny tiny chance that they were fighting all the time. She was on her meds. Whatever he fucking just left her which is also not cool. Sure but she fucking died. We'll see autopsy is like today or tomorrow so like there's still that piece ruined to know like how she fucking died and that's going to really answer a lot. Why wouldn't you stay. Stay lakers left. You guys were fighting. No your parents just be like. Hey here's what happened. She was locked out and she was room to the desert and died. Roll the dice in court. Yeah yeah it now had he just come home. Lawyered up not talk to the police. i would be like. He may not have done it. Yes but being on the run but again we co. We're talking about this before. Like scott peterson whether you did it or not. You look guilty. Kills dyed your hair blond. And you're going to mexico with a bag full of cash right dots. I know you're scared like it's always the husband but like let's maybe let's baba to the latest. There's one last pick on her instagram. Right now Because i went through both of their instagram feeds. And that's what they wanted you to do. Maybe she's fucking dead. So obviously the first thing i thought was like. Are we here murdering for fucking instagram. Three i thought it was a shot that maybe this was a hoax and then she would pop up and be like. Oh i'm alive. Yeah thanks for your well wishes and everything else and and all that other stuff. I'm going to get divorced and find my life. Write a book. Maybe get a bio-pic on lifetime that type of shit but clearly isn't the case. Just pull up her instagram. We'll see her last photo there now. I went to his and i went to his last night at the last one from three weeks ago. That's the last one from three weeks ago. So that's her last photo on instagram. The account with nine hundred thirty eight thousand nine hundred okay. So it's up so just in the last day. This is up two hundred thousand followers. Because i caught it at seven fifty yesterday. Now right there by being leaving on on this. that's fine. we either one of those two. This is why america cares too hot white blonde girl and this. This is why we care. She's pretty but his shitzu. It's good enough hattie boone chin. But it's good enough right now to say. Hey dude i'm all in on this. That could be. You know my high school sweetheart or my daughter or something like that right for sure. When people are ugly like real ugly right no interest in a case like this great how many followers you have eight hundred and thirty four blue. You know you got a weird to that. You never got fit. You had a gaffe. You get a gap tooth michael strahan. So what they went missing and died. Well the world's not really gonna miss that but now this is where people really get sad and they all interested in insurance. Just like god even with scott peterson. Now let's flip this over the dude side right. Why do we care about this year. Lacy is of hot and everything else. But let's face it. He was hot in his own right. Scott peterson where it was. Just like girls are still fucking sending him shit to get married same with aaron hernandez do the menendez brothers have been married and divorced three times in lane jail in jail in jail. They've had full. That's why we care. White boy lives. yeah so what. What kind of cigarette alimony. Your they sending. Yeah yeah exactly like. How does that work. You can't smoke in jail anymore. Right boring this damn that'd be born. So here's the. Here's the thing here with with homeboys endgame. If he did it my prediction is probably off himself before they get close and call it a day. I can't see him going to prison. Is going full andy defraigne. Yeah look if. He sat in a boat on mexico. Congratulations if you're able to make it right. I just can't remember a case recently. Maybe i'm wrong and you can correct me on this. I can't remember a case recently where someone was killed. We knew who it was and then they weren't immediately captured within two to three weeks. Yeah no even that wisconsin was telling you about a couple of weeks ago. They were killed. Mma cornfield follow. Ba- got him within like seventy two hours. After that case went viral they got the guys within seventy two hours now with this one because he's famous and what what are his instagram followers. Up to by the way. Everybody's going on instagram. Calling him a murderer. It's still open. Which is amazing to get locked pry put under private for now. Gotta think he doesn't have a phone right now right. i don't know or a burner phone. What's a pull up his instagram. let's see what he's got here. 'cause this will lead me into the last of it. Boy wait so this is his. This is hers but which his name. What's his name against got that long. I'm trying to find be tagged in one of these bizarre. Okay he's got two hundred and eighty three great so this he only had like one thirty two right. Is that his last. Post in moab yeah. It's a weird po. Sue humans are primates is the last one okay And we're starting to go into like i.
Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst
"menendez brothers" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst
"People forget shorts things at allegedly happened even develop false memories ted bundy hillside strangler timothy mcveigh. Oj simpson the menendez brothers. Michael jackson phil. Spector martha stewart. Jerry sandusky bill cosby harvey weinstein. Do you actually leave at the individuals. That i just need victims of either false memories or bad identification. If false information is incorporated into question the person adopted into their memory. Absolutely yes so. Dr loftus have you and i met for welcome back to season. Two of jury duty the trial of robert durst. I'm your host carryanne. solis. I'm joined by my co host brittany bookbinder tomorrow. We will release episode covering the third day of robert durst testimony today. We focus on the defenses. Only other live witness. Dr elizabeth loftus is a memory expert with an extensive resume both in terms of her professional accomplishments as well as the number of high profile criminal cases in which she has testified as an expert witness. She is generally called to cast doubt on the memories of witnesses. Why was dr loftus called to testify in this case. And why did the defense team choose her. As the opening act for robert durst himself in this episode will speculate on the possible reasons behind calling loftus and examine how effective that strategy has proven to be. We'll also explore the subtext of deputy. Da john lewis extensive cross examination of this witness. That's coming up after the break. Want the high stakes stuff. The believe the hype stuff criminally. Good emotional roller coaster can't believe what you're seeing stuff you know the good stuff. Amc plus has it all obsessed with the walking dead dive deeper than ever with the walking dead origins narrated by the cast before the new season. Premiers on august. Fifteenth to be chilled. The core set sail with the north water. A thrilling arctic. Drama starring jack o'connell and colin farrell plus uncover gripping true crime content ad free and on demand expect the epoch with amc plus sign up today at amc plus dot com mc plus only the good stuff during their opening. The defense team offered this context for loftus testimony. She is prepared to testify this out the workings of you in the memory effects of suggestion on memory mechanism creating false memories and the characteristics of false memories and review materials. In this case moreover she would identify some suggested activities. That occurred in this case. Such as leading questions with people are being interviewed outside research including media including the jigs. She will testify trial regarding her studies. You memories can be changed by things that people are told by other people in other words. She's gonna talk about how ideas and suggestions other post event. Information had modify people's memories people. Forget the story. Things at allegedly happened or even develop false memories and reese can be contaminated misinformation from leading questions media reports and other witnesses. False recollections. While sam reese to be expressed with a great deal emotion and the belief that they're true as time passes in memory is getting weaker. Weaker you become even more vulnerable. Host yvette. fish as we've reported robert durst long-held version of events that he was not in los angeles at the time of berman's murder and that he did not write. The so-called cadaver note changed shortly before this trial began. He now admits that he was in los angeles and did in fact write the cadaver note however since his narrative is uncorroborated by any other witnesses. The jury had to wait for durst testimony which is expected to continue into next week to learn his complete story for the night that burma was murdered. Aside from presenting the jury with dirt zone words. It appears that the defense team strategy is to cast doubt on the deluge of evidence presented by the prosecution that points to dir skilled thus the defense called an expert witness whose role in this trial seems to be to impugn the memories of those who have testified to the damning statements made by both the defendant and the victim in this case on tuesday august third. Dr elizabeth lofter's took the stand and sad for close to seven hours over four different days on direct examination. Defense attorney david. Czeslaw asked loftus about her extensive curriculum vitae including her list of honorary degrees czeslaw. Then got to the heart of his examination. His questions seemed to take direct. Aim at the prosecution. In this case. Six to eight people are interrogated by the search person and they say the same thing that's still indicate a false memory. It can if if so six eight people are subjected to the same. Maybe problematic Interviewing or post amount suggestion some kind of suggestive information name. They might all end up believing something. That isn't accurate. It's important to note that the defense and prosecution cannot refer to specific witnesses or testimony when questioning this memory expert witness but chestnuts line of questioning begs the question. Who are the six to eight people that he is referencing. The defense team's narrative suggests that chasnoff is taking aim at the memories of a handful of susan berman's close friends who testified about information they had regarding susan's involvement in the alleged cover-up of kathy durst. Death czeslaw continued. If false information is incorporated into a question in the person adopted into their memory absolutely. Yes you explain how that works well. That's the kind of thing that we've actually done. In some of my experiments we incorporate false information into a question and we look to see what people do with that suggestive questions. So you show people say a simulated accident where a car goes through a yield sign before the accident and ask a leading question like did another car past the red car. When it was at the intersection with a stop sign that can cause many people to now believe in remember they saw a stop sign instead of yields time. That's just one experimental example of how a question that has embedded in some misinformation can be adopted by people. Both the question and answer appear to insinuate that the prosecution might have implanted false memories in witnesses by asking leading questions but who specifically among susan's friends is chestnut referencing. Could it be nick shaven. Nick you also mentioned that susan said to you that bob had confided in her to more easily set up an alibi. Do you remember telling the police. That is yes amused fourteen years now. We're not saying whether this is necessarily true or not. We're trying to figure out what susan told you that. Somehow she helped with an alibi and early. Yeah yeah yeah. I would say about tasks and again. It's not that year saying you believe to.
"menendez brothers" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"Rundown in the crackle acis boys you may through while in the general and investments and many men's yep somebody's got to keep the lights on around here as rundowns brought to you by showtime time pay per view and the most valuable promotions presents. Jake paul versus tyron woodley. It's another Jake paul spectacle. And this time dan and dave. We're going to be involved with the showtime pay per view as well. I think they're gonna be giving reactions to each fight and going to be part of the broadcast so the best one two punch in the fight game broadcasting would be part of it with jake paul. It's I mean jake paul. I think he just keeps picking these guys that he's just getting beaten and i don't i mean i thought this guy was big but i see short so i think he's just gonna win again and he's the master of picking these guys who are like good enough to pique interest but not good enough to beat them and we're going to keep watching over and over you. You're a rough and rowdy guy you fought. You've been in the squared circle before you wanna. You wanna fight jay-paul absolutely nuts. It was an athlete growing up but he's been training like a professional fighter for years. You don't realize that if you have all the money in the world and you just dedicate yourself to this with the best trainers s equipment. And he's got like a he's got like a you know a mindset of like i'll prove you wrong yeah good enough. Current woodley's a name in the fight game. He's not he's a former like he's not fighting was nate nate robinson. The name i mean it's a name. It's an athlete professional. Like one thing. I learned about training albeit at a very low level. Menendez brothers shout out bake boys an amendment into killers. Legally one thing i learned is that there are a lot of people out there who don't.
Eating For Free
"menendez brothers" Discussed on Eating For Free
"Early singles but like the titles are all like it's expensive to be me. That's not the title but like the lyrics are like you know. I'm rich bitch expensive with dollar signs. I've dated what i would call it. You know she was trying to do with the her whole aesthetic if you look her up if you don't already know is like pure pop girl bimbo like fashion couture like the whole kind of thing and i believe she started her music career at the same. She started number deals. It was like she started a couple of years and then writer. Okay yeah she had produced some content before then and then got on the show as she was starting to get like more popular and she had timed the release of her newest single to her premiere on the tv show. And so you know erica over. The years has been playing those really interesting duality within the house. When's universe but also in the greater celebrity ecosystem because she was one of these housewives with like a legitimate product to sell. I would say is that a correct assumption to make blossom lake lake at the time especially at felt like she was going places with it and was going to get a lot of what she had produce. Yeah and whether it was a combination of the pandemic or ill-will that reputation has soured. Which i think explains a lot of the distrust that people feel towards eric. Now about what. We're going to get into like where she was once very beloved. She's kind of starting to. She's kind of starting to fill the role of the villain on the franchise at least like culture that last queen incorporating that into her like slogans that you know she's like colder than what's called it in diamonds or something like that and yeah. She's she's had like this free cup moments. That were good fights in the beginning because she was kind of intense. To just being like abstaining completely from anything like from honesty from explain yourself from getting into more detail she just kind of shuts down. And i remember the last season two before this season now so really three seasons back. She just starting kind of boring. She wasn't really bringing much. It wasn't doing much there her personality. Erica jane anymore. She was building off that in the way. I think a lot of us expected to see kind of like slowed down to like a very stable pace. And i remember constantly kind of going. What is she bringing like. What is she actually doing anymore. At this point beverly hills also was just generally getting pretty bad. The two seasons. Before this before the denise richards drama that all that stuff there was just it was just going downhill and its own way yes. So why. don't you talk about some. I know you have some notes here about some of these big lawsuits that he's participated in tom before. The housewives can kind of get into like who he was and what he was known for besides the earned brockovich case at least yes. So i mean tom jordan was he really was known before all these headlines even came out of special last year he was known for a long time. It's like kind of a celebrity attorney one of those lawyers who actually support small families or groups of people or individuals against large corporations or institutions. I think he started practicing in the nineteen sixties by late nineteen seventy. I have it here. He became like one of the first attorneys in california to win like a million dollar plus medical malpractice case and he started working against companies. Like lockheed martin will formally keycorp pg. He's fought multiple times. We'll get into some more detail love the l. a. transportation authority all the different films studios like he has lots of hundreds and hundreds of cases. If not over a thousand probably through the terms. He's worked with over the last two decades and his basically specificity or like what he was billing himself as was the guy who would fight these large companies for small people either through like malpractice or abuse in the workplace or mostly things like public endangerment companies. That would like spill chemicals into the ground or with like injured employees so he very much was had the reputation of communist that angel. Like a guy who had come down and help the people who really had no chance against large companies to actually get a settlement and that was what we knew and what a lot of the public knew about him but as we'll get into it there's basically been along that entire time. Lots of shady behavior and lots of malpractice lots of embezzlement and lots of other things that basically kind of like tarnished reputation. Yeah i think it's interesting. Because beverly hills is on the surface it's populated by a lot of. Nobody's as we would jokingly. Say you know what i mean like you have lisa renna and you have the richard sisters whose most famous roles include like little house on the prairie race to which except richards were gets a little. Now like yeah. I would say denise was like cussing for them denise marcel where like the most celebrity celebrities. They've gotten but what's interesting about. It is in the mix of beverly hills. There's a lot of outside players who got roped in who are legitimately powerful people in hollywood so like joe girardi is one of them but i wanna point out really quick before we get too deep in the most recent episode. I know you're catching up. Lost not catching up. I know you're keeping up. Joe here kathy. Hilton mentioned erica chain. Oh have you gotten in contact with robert shapiro. Did you catch that Yeah that was. Yeah that took me by. Surprise generally has brought that like. Oh what is going on here. Like these high profile connections. Yes so we kinda talked about that in our last topics episode about kathy. But i want to mention this because robert shapiro. I think is a good antithesis to tom. Girardi because they exist in the same echelon of legal people that knows in hollywood but they're known for representing two sides of same coin. I guess so like erica. Charities has been. Tom represents famous cases against corporations whereas robert shapiro kind of is known for representing famous villains. Like mislead was on the defense team for robert kardashian. The younger one in the revenge porn case that was brought against him by china. Or speaking of the kardashians he also represented oj simpson. He's represented a lot of people like that. But i thought it was very interesting. That just like in this grand legal drama. That's unfolding before as you have. Cathy hilton randomly gay. Go hey did you talk to my best friend robert shapiro because it just reminded me that like these people are really rubbing shoulders. Wave very close stars like setting the terms for celebrity law. Not just in california. But like in the entire country i mean like the erin. Brockovich case was a landmark. There's so many other ones that you can get into about like pga whatnot. But then you ever bureau on the other side who very famously represented oj simpson. Which has basically set legal precedent now for like two decades. And it's just like blick lawsuits. Yeah those kind of celebrities network in specifically high profile cases for celebrities and whatnot yet and most interesting most. Interestingly eric said i don't know yet if he's team tom or not which that is where i'm going with like just the i don't wanna get involved in this. Well that's the thing is like the idea that robert shapiro would join tom. Gerardi's legal defense team. Listen i'm not going to make sweeping generalizations about robert shapiro's clients but he is known i mean he also i think represented the menendez brothers. So like you know. He has a reputation for a.
KNBR The Sports Leader
"menendez brothers" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"You know we didn't start but I'm going to call it a great starting pitching before Mince. And home runs getting those home runs from Vossler and Trump. That's how the Giants been winning all season long and I'm not. I'm not trying to minimize that I'm not trying to marginalize it, but that's what they've done with with great success is good, starting pitching very good starting pitching. And and timely home runs. They got that today from dudes that you had not heard of. Basically, you know, obviously no Trump from last year of Oslo's A new name Long is a very, very new name. But they almost pulled that off. Almost pulled that off, however. It's hard to get those last three outs in a major league baseball game. Yeah, no doubt it might the only one that thinks I might be. But somebody else has got to think about when Connor Menezes pitching Like every time he pitches, I think of the Menendez brothers. No, It's just you don't. That's okay. I think of him as a, uh, It was easy. Stop background singer. I think of him as like a civil war Reenactor. Yes, that's true. That is spot on. That is spot on. He's a and e. He's a civil war. I wish I thought of that would be much better. Yeah. And I just imagine him writing writing a letter. My dearest Martha today on the battlefield was a difficult day. I saw many men killed Gettysburg was rough. Yeah, 16. I think of now Kyle and La Menendez dressed as colonial like fighters. Sure. Why not? We'll get all together. Just what we've come full circle. 6 61 home runs for the Giants at 34 Road games, most of by any team in baseball by a wide margin. You saw that if you saw the step they flashed today on the screen. Tampa second with 47. And by the way, I gotta shout out, Dave, because you know we have davon. We love Dave. Um, you know, people had fun with Dave when he had a high pitch a moment in one of his key highlights career home. Run the rental real exactly Which to me? I still love because it would love that call last night. Dave's call of the talk, man. Oh, yeah, I think is one day. I think that's one of the greatest Calls I've ever heard from Dave. Timmy Roll this thing. Listen to the elevation of excitement in Dave's voice here, Rangers.
"menendez brothers" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Let's see. We have the illegal alien allegedly murdering the woman in front of her kids. That was over the weekend in Westchester P A right down the road from May. Border agents find drugs guns following a checkpoint canine alert. And it goes on and on and on. How long did Joe Biden and Kamila Harris lie? Lie. About the border crisis. And you know, years ago Rush spoke about a very familiar case. You'll know it when you hear it. And The way the Democrats behave. It does look like the left is protecting Criminal, illegal immigrants. Here's rush. What happened in San Francisco with the Katie Steinle Ian jury. Man. Oh, man, you talk about you. There's the O J verdict was something this verdict out there? Makes the O J verdict look like Romper room. You talk about jury number, but you talk about a bunch of citizens banding together to say Screw you United States. We prefer being a sanctuary city even if our citizens do get murdered. Maintaining our political independence on this is much more important than the safety of a single citizen in San Francisco. Just amazing when I heard about this Heard it out of the corner of my ear and I it didn't register it first. Because it was so unexpected. And women finally registered on me. I can't begin to tell you the depth of my Anger and frustration, and then I stopped. I caught myself. And I said You shouldn't be mad. This was imminently predictable. Who are we talking about here? We're talking about the American left and the time for granting them any semblance. Commonality with us when it comes to values and politics. Morality, decency, Right and wrong. Those days are over. They don't have much in common with us anymore, and each and every day this is born out. So in San Francisco, we have a war. On women a different kind of war on women. A Thelonious Illegal immigrants war on a woman. An innocent woman. Is shot and killed. Her killer and illegal alien who shot the gun. Has multiple felonies. Is found not guilty by reason of a jury's political insanity. And the left is good with it. The insanity in that courtroom was not the perp. The insanity is the jury. This is kind of like the Menendez jury. Remember the Menendez brothers who shot and killed their parents. And one of the women on that jury acquitted. One of the Menendez brothers or or did not get a death penalty, something One of the female jurors. Said on television after the trap. We feel so bad because the boys were not going to have their parents and even then the drive by media reporter was incredulous. Well, yeah, but that's because they kill them. There's over there too Horrible, Isn't it So sad. He's do. Young men are gonna have a tough enough life as it is, and then to be deprived of their parents, But they killed him. I know it's so bad. I'm not making this up. They're wasps. Such a jury. We have illegal immigrants, plus sanctuary City equals justice. In American liberal on claims. What is it? With the callousness regarding the abuse of in the harm to women in the left. It seems like no matter where you go in America today, if there are liberals involved women Being harmed. To one degree or another. There's no other way to look at this sanctuary. Cities like San Francisco are deciding to circle the wagons and protect people. Who are not here legally when they commit crimes. Again. Is this really That's surprising the left for most of my life. Has been consistent. In protecting criminals and represent Bates, believing that the justice system is what is unfair, believing that the court system is where the real problem is. And that the guilty in this country is simply the product of pores. Socio economic circumstances brought about by eight evil majority. Now this verdict in San Francisco, the symptom of liberalism. And as we see citizens are not really safe in these liberal strongholds, guns or discouraged with onerous regulations making self defense extremely difficult. The police are ridiculed and ordered to give space to destroy, which is what happened in Baltimore. Polonia's illegal immigrants are given sanctuary. Which is a violation of federal law. They're treated as super citizens above and beyond the reach of the law, There's actually no expectation of assimilation. Among illegal immigrants, Justin Expectation that they will participate in keeping Democrats in elective power Lindvall legacy on full display on the EI Bebe network. Yeah. 20% of all U. S dollars were created in 2020. That's stunning, isn't it? What do you think The effect of all those newly printed dollars will lead to inflation. Maybe. It certainly won't lead to the dollar becoming more valuable. People have long purchased gold and silver as a hedge against inflation..
Newsradio 600 KOGO
"menendez brothers" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Have the illegal alien allegedly murdering the woman in front of her kids. That was over the weekend in Westchester P A right down the road from May. Border agents find drugs guns following a checkpoint canine alert. And it goes on and on and on. How long did Joe Biden and Kamila Harris lie? Lie. About the border crisis. And you know, years ago Rush spoke about a very familiar case. You'll know it when you hear it. And The way the Democrats behave. It does look like the left is protecting Criminal, illegal immigrants. Here's rush. What happened in San Francisco with the Katie Steinle Ian jury. Man. Oh, man you talk about you think the O J verdict was someday this verdict out there? Makes the O J verdict looked like Romper room. You talk about jury number, but you talk about a bunch of citizens banding together to say Screw you United States. We prefer being a sanctuary city even if our citizens do get murdered. Maintaining our political independence on this is much more important than the safety of a single citizen in San Francisco. Just amazing when I heard about this Heard it out of the corner of my ear. Um, I It didn't register at first because it was so unexpected. And women finally registered on me. I can't begin to tell you the depths of my Anger and frustration, and then I stopped. I caught myself. And I said You shouldn't be mad. This was imminently predictable. Who are we talking about here? We're talking about the American left and the time for granting them any semblance. Of commonality with us when it comes to values and politics. Morality, decency, Right and wrong. Those days are over. They don't have much in common with us anymore, and each and every day this is born out. So in San Francisco, we have a war. On women. Different kind of war on women. A Thelonious Illegal immigrants war on a woman. An innocent woman is shot and killed. Her killer and illegal alien who shot the gun. Has multiple felonies. Is found not guilty by reason of a jury's political insanity. And the left is good with it. The insanity in that courtroom was not the perp. The insanity is the jury. This is kind of like the Menendez jury. Remember the Menendez brothers who shot and killed their parents. And one of the women on that jury acquitted. One of the Menendez brothers or or did not give the death penalty, something One of the female jurors. Said on television after the trap. We feel so bad because the boys were not going to have their parents. And even then the drive by media reporter was incredulous. Well, yeah, but that's because they kill them. Then open it so horrible, isn't it So sad. He's do. Young men are gonna have a definite life as it is, and then to be deprived of their parents, But they killed him. I know it's so bit. I'm not making this up. There was such a jury. We have illegal immigrants, plus sanctuary City equals justice. In American liberal on claims. What is it with the callousness regarding the abuse of in the harm to women and the left? It seems like no matter where you go in America today, if there are liberals involved women Being harmed. To one degree or another. There's no other way to look at this sanctuary cities like San Francisco or deciding to circle the wagons and protect people. Who are not here legally when they commit crimes. But again, See is this really That's surprising. The left for most of my life has been consistent. In protecting criminals and represent Bates, believing that the justice system is what is unfair, believing that the court system is where the real problem is. And that the guilty in this country we're simply the product of pores. Socio economic circumstances brought about by eight evil majority. Now, this verdict in San Francisco is a symptom of liberalism. And as we see citizens are not really safe in these liberal strongholds, guns or discouraged with onerous regulations making self defense extremely difficult. The police are ridiculed and ordered to give space to destroy. Which is what happened in Baltimore, Polonius illegal immigrants are given sanctuary. Which is a violation of federal law. They're treated as super citizens above and beyond the reach of the law, There's actually no expectation of assimilation. Among illegal immigrants, Justin Expectation that they will participate in keeping Democrats in elective powers, though Limbaugh legacy on full display on the EI Bebe network, you're listening to Rush Limbaugh on news radio 600 kogo 20% of all U. S dollars were created in 2020. That's stunning, isn't it? What do you think the effect of all those newly printed dollars will lead to inflation? Maybe it certainly won't lead to the dollar becoming more valuable. People have long purchased gold and silver as a hedge against inflation..
"menendez brothers" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Lumberjack matt lives. Congratulations girl jeannie ma. Real host and rapper. Eazy have married bogue says the wedding took place in the backyard of the couples atlanta home and their ceremony coincided with the one year anniversary of their engagement the original plan was to marry italy but colbert and also the passing of jesus. Mother changed things. Snoop dogg is joining the boys. He'll serve as a mega mentor for the cigarettes. Who've made it through the battlegrounds at are headed to the knockouts. You can check him out in all of his snoot wisdom. Starting april nineteenth on nbc. And that's your hollywood minute. It's been over thirty years. Since the world became fascinated by the menendez brothers. Eric allow they were sentenced to life in prison for the brutal murders of their parents. But the focus is back on the yet again. Thanks to tiktok kill his parents and l. river killers or victims. It was nineteen eighty. Nine when arrogant allow menendez gunned down their mom and dad and their sprawling beverly hills mansion prosecutors painted them as two young men obsessed with greed hoping to get their hands on their parents multimillion dollar fortune. But the brothers dropped a bombshell in court. Me break and that's but has gotten the attention of thousands of new young supporters who are flooding tiktok with videos asking for life sentences to be overturned. These new supporters are calling the situation unjust and the videos have garnered over one hundred and thirty million views. Abc's twenty twenty guys into all of it tonight on a special episode. All the first time the brothers went on trial ended in a hung jury but in the second trial three years later lyle and erik menendez has were found guilty and sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. We all witnessed the power of social media and how.
"menendez brothers" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"Nobody walk this way. Walk this way. He'll be coming out right here. So i turned around. And i saw a lady a blonde show blond-haired would've big mink coat and kept looking like. She doesn't look like they had all that you've gone onto the blacks and everybody on this side but over here they just had one guy coming in and i couldn't see her face and trying to look at her and she had a gold rings like she just looked like she was paid. Kidding an indie bring up one of the menendez brothers and they had his ass. We'll disclose this window. And i look at him and he looks goes and i was like fuck you. Then you know but yeah. I saw one of the month buckets. But it's funny help man. I shouldn't creamy on a crazy man. Those guys shit yet killed her. Parents are fucking money. Yeah but okay you know what you actually have to one of my questions. Because i wanna ask you. What originally are you from. What i what did you grow up I was born in new york. I'm calling in Hollis queens were run dmc and So i have mad family out there but my background is puerto rican descent. Okay But i was raised out here on the west coast. We came out here. I was like thirteen months old. So west coast is. That's home grown. So i'm I'm west coast. My brother older brother fourteen years older than me was raised their new york. So like i said you know my parents born in new york so there was east coast and was the first one to be here on the west coast. Okay okay now. Here's an interesting question. That i personally would like to know because you being a musician producer percussionist all of the above of you growing up eight. Your parents home. What type of music would you say you were raised with. What would your mother. Your father play sassa. Latin jazz You know everything from tito puente tended to To earth wind and fire the funky stuff. Parliament fundamentally To goof psycho shikano and the trip about it is that you know. My dad was playing with a lot. You know a lot of the clubs around in la places like the pasta house in places like you know. And he's still a and there was a lot of times they opened up..
"menendez brothers" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Okay. Last week, a Mickey Mantle Topps rookie card in a great great P s a nine. So cards are graded on a scale of 1 to 10 1 being horrible, tending perfect. The death card sold for $5.2 million. When just 2.5 years ago That card was 2.7 million. Well, none of those numbers make sense to me What is exceptional about a Mickey Mantle card. Well from that check. He had a couple things working for him one. It's his rookie card, too. It's from the 1952 Topps baseball card set, which is one of the most widely collected set in the entire world and three His card number. 3 11 was issued in the high numbers series in that set, which basically means that card came out later in the season. And because of that, It was butting up against the start of the football season in a lot of people did not by those cards at the five and dime and long story short. Most of those cards were Loaded up on a barge and dumped into the Atlantic Ocean because tops cannot sell them, But they had to get rid of them. Also, number four The Menendez brothers were in that picture as well. Is that right? This mechanical swinging the bat and box seats? The Menendez brothers know I sent you that picture John of what it looks like at Target over this weekend. I walked by with the baseball cards. They're sold. Can you believe that? Everything wiped out, Michael? I'm looking at a picture of the baseball card, the sports card section at the target, and all you see is the metal Prinze where the cards would have been, but it's just empty wall. No cards are available. Are you seeing that as well? Absolutely. I actually had a friend of mine from college. Call me on Saturday morning. He was driving around the target with his son. And he said, Michael, what is going on here? I'm trying to buy a pack of cards from my son. They're all wiped out. I told him that I said, Yeah, This is the situation across the country. People are actually gained the target two in the morning. Three in the morning waiting for the baseball card vendor to show up. And then literally trying to bribe them for the baseball cards in his trunk. Some of them work here. A WGN radio. Well, listen, that's not true. I need to take a pause. But maybe when we come back, maybe you could give us some specific cards that people might have is a Ryan Sandberg rookie card. Therefore, more valuable is Iran, Santo and Ernie Banks more valuable right now, Carrie would card. I'm just thinking of some of the marquee names on the North side. We could do it for the South side, as well as their great value in a Frank Thomas. Or how about some of the guys playing for the White Sox now? Should we be scarfing up all of those rookie cards? Because who knows how good the White Sox are gonna be going forward? Give us some advice on what to go through our addicts for my son had cards. From the early nineties through for several years, and I don't know what happened to those. I will pick it up here in a minute. You gotta question.
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"menendez brothers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of fortune. The Menendez brothers having a blast on family feud. You're missing all your bells and Greg Norman's trousers, enthusiastically pitching a tent on shark tank. Game showing Lee yours. Wink Martin flasks. Co host with Kyrie on the All Know All New $1 Pyramid. When we come back, Let's beef What is your beef jerky? Second again? This segment is a lock stone cold lock. It's gold. It has never not worked. Keep that streak going. I don't care what your beef is about. If you have one. Bring it to me. 1 806 368686. Nothing but beef. When we return, you're listening to the gym, Rome show. Once a look Models 84 months, 3.9 NPR $5000 approved credit overstocked emergency at Craig's ends pre auction sale center to reduce our inventory of over 1000 vehicles were slashing prices from just 1995 and lower prices mean even lower payments on every make and model, including Acura, BMW, Chevy, Chrysler, Dodge, Lord Honda, Hyundai, Toyota, even Mercedes Benz and Muzzle Ronnie. 2018 models have been slashed to just 1 99 a month 2017 Miles 1 59 among 2016 models $99 a.
World News Tonight with David Muir
Mnuchin admits potential trade war with China, stocks tumble amid fears
"There's a lot coming at you right now turmoil tweets an insane amount of chatter i'm brad milkey with abc news and i am here to throw you a lifeline it's a new podcast called start here or are experts give you on the ground access to the biggest stories of the day twenty minutes every weekday morning subscribe now and start here tonight breaking news on the brink of a trade war president trump's threats against china sending shock waves around the globe the news rocking the stock market and your 401k plus the new sanctions on russia targeting those close to putin coasttocoast storms the tornado watch at this hour snow rain and record cold for much of the country backstage brawl you have see champ conor mcgregor charged with assault video showing him throwing a dolly at a bus full of fighters also tonight the driver who spent right into a police station crashing through a wall while thirty say this was no accident reunited the menendez brothers lyle and eric convicted of killing their parents face to face for the first time in more than two decades and nightmare at sea the vacation outreach we'll take your unborn a cruise ship that passenger say felt like a floating construction zone this is abc news tonight with david muir good evening and it's great to have you with us on a busy friday night i'm tom llamas in for david and we begin tonight with growing fears of a new trade war the us and china back and forth with threats of tariff someone another with american farmers tech companies and manufacturers caught in the middle after the first round of terrorists from each side president trump now threatening import taxes on one hundred billion dollars more of goods from china and fewing those fears tonight treasury secretary mnuchin it'd been in the potential trade war is real and the president saying americans could feel some pain the news rock in the stock market the dow losing nearly six hundred points abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl starts us off from the white house a brutal day on wall street stocks tumbling after president trump escalated his threats towards china today the president acknowledged his trade policy may cause pain so i'm not saying there won't be a little pain but amok it's gone up forty.
Morning Show with Sean and Frank
Menendez brothers, convicted of killing parents in 1989, reunited in prison
"The president tweeting this morning despite the aluminum tariffs aluminum prices are down four percent people are surprised i'm not lots of money coming into us copper sorry us coffers in jobs jobs jobs he's talking about new fees on imported steel and aluminum the president's also considering now even more tariffs on chinese products than the ones already proposed in dc fox's rachel sutherland chris president trump threatening to impose one hundred billion dollars more in tariffs on chinese products sam response to beijing's announcements have tariffs on goods from america's heartland the american farm bureau federation says trade disputes farmers in a precarious position white house trade advisor peter navarro says the president has the backs of farmers implement a plan immediately to prevent any harm done to our american farmers republican senator ben sasse of nebraska says the president is threatening to light america's agriculture on fire chris rachel thanks air force one president trump tells reporters he had not known about hush money paid to the porn star stormy daniels his first public comment about her the menendez brothers spending life in prison for murdering their parents in beverly hills in nineteen eighty nine are back together behind bars fifty year old lyle was moved from northern california facility in february two the same san diego prison has forty seven year old eric but they were only moved to the same housing unit this week the brothers were just eighteen and twenty one when they shot and killed jose and kitty menendez and officials were against the brothers being housed together when they were first convicted but that became possible because lyles security classification was lowered boxes jane fergus palestinian protesters are burning tires of the gaza israel border to block the view of israeli snipers with the smoke on the other side of the fence sixteen palestinians were killed with hundreds wounded during protests last week fox news.
John and Ken
Virgin Galactic, La and Honda discussed on John and Ken
"Station at least one in a while i'm amy king live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom the strongest earthquake in years is shaken so cal magnitude five point three earthquake hit near the channel islands west of inter county the quick was white he felt from the coast and it being a little bit deeper may have contributed to that caltech seismologists gen andrew says the earthquake was about six to ten miles deep we can't pin it to a particular fault right now this quite a number of different fault segments hearing the sun decrease basin she says it was the strongest earthquake on record in that area in pasadena andrew mollenbeck kfi news this woman who lives in calabasas tells nbc four she was just hanging at home when the quake hit all of a sudden everything's shaking not just the sofa she says the quake went long on the shake the longest i've felt quite some time i've lived out here for four years the menendez brothers convicted of killing their parents nearly thirty years ago in beverly hills or back together in prison the state department of corrections says fortysevenyearold eric has been moved into the same housing unit as his fifty year old brother lyle both are serving life sentences hawaii's governor assigned a bill legalizing medically assisted suicide for terminally ill people hawaii usa sticks state to allow such practice washington dc allows it to president trump says he didn't know about a one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment his lawyer made the porn actress stormy daniels before the election she claims it was hush money for an affair reporters aboard air force one today as the president why the money was paid michael attorney and you'll have to ask fico trump has denied hooking up with daniels she's gone to court to try to have a nondisclosure agreement declared invalid virgin galactic has tested its new space tourism rocket over the mojave desert the company says the spacecraft went supersonic before the engine was shut down this morning it then glided back in for a landing this was virgin galactic gladys first powered flight since two thousand fourteen crash of its original spaceship traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crash downtown la on.