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"michael peterson" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

05:54 min | 7 months ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"The broncos fans and as always. Thank you. Brady. Michael Peterson owner of power to play sports event center are huge sponsor with what we do here. They're located in in Windsor ish kind of right fifty-six ninety-nine crooked stick draw drive in wins almost crooked street Colfax it's a straight road right there. It's a straight as you can get in love that establishment they continue to build on that. It's awesome and we still gotta get out there. We were going to have a plan for me to go out there and have a one on one challenge with Noko. Now's Tanner Schwinn basketball. Maybe we'll do pickle ball now though my back's kind of starting to hurt I don't know I think I could take him in basketball just post up on. WHO's GonNa Holler right a little bit Tobita. Yeah. Just going to back down back down and then just lay it up what are they calling jokers little shot now but what are they? They're they're coming up with a name for help me out. Hogan's it's like some kind of side shuffle thing it dirk did a lot joker has perfected this thing. A man is fun to watch. I. Love. What was Mark Jackson said on the ESPN broadcast. He's like this drives me crazy. It's like you're playing that pick up game of basketball. You see the guy over there with the backwards hat cigarette. And then suddenly he comes on and he's the best player on the floor. So joker is the guy with the backwards hat and the cigarette. It's just watching the game then comes in tears I'll love that thirty six minutes after the hour. We're GONNA take a quick break here we're talking to mark Canadian. ROCKIES NFL whatever we'll get to that first. Let's get the latest on local sports flash here mornings with. Gail. Weekdays six to nine and northern Colorado's voice. Thirteen ten KFI. Hey. This is Mark Newton what he paid dot Com and rockies rundown. You've made it to the bigs because you're listening to the whole show on thirteen ten KFI. Northern Colorado's sports station. Dhamar, do that lies. With no script. or No that was the recall, K we have marked Knutson joining us on the first advantage hotline. Martin. My friend how're you? Mel. Is Pretty Good. Yeah. That's pretty good I. Thought. It was live right there that you just came in and did that, Louis you know. What it is right. So. What what did you find yourself watching this weekend I mean, are you still I I did not watch once Thursday night I sat down I tried my hardest watch the Texas and the chiefs tried to get excited about it and ended up on the twitter battle and then pay attention to football games. So I I'm sorry I didn't watch any NFL I'll watch every minute of the Bronco Game broncos Guy I'll watch broncos. Respite and didn't get to see the nuggets game time and baseball. So he could see the nuggets game. So just flabbergasted how well they're doing that that's raising money winter losing this last game. You know you've heard me complain a lot about last year's second round playoff loss of Portland because that was just that was fall. was was just awful and then that was that was to me the signal, the Michael Porter Jr. to become the third option here and it gets going. they should complete opposite. They're they not the better team in this thick around. Last. Year against Portland they're not better team but they're all playing the clippers especially the last two games and it's awesome to watch I mean This is both really really well. Person Canoes Develop Jamal Mary we know it is hot and cold. He's not gonNA fifty or fifteen but you know if he doesn't have to be hounded by Kawai Leonard and he doesn't have to be the focus of the other teams defense he's GonNa have much better nights and he had so nights. So there's all positive because I mean I'm just really happy with what they. Haven't even if they lose tomorrow night at that. I'm not happy with that. I think he. Would've lost game five. It's just people would have been upset but the fact that they've been all the way back there playing with house money there's no pressure on there and it's fun to watch children's rainbow three pointers yesterday were. On. Lord. was great to watch it and just the showing some heart and then on the other end of that spectrum is the rockies who show less than no heart. They look disinterested. Say Look I mean I honest to God I know trevor? Story Northern. Or not you didn't even want to be there for. The body language I mean to me the rocky season ended Saturday night when Trevor Story took that third strike basketball right down the middle with the. Winning run on third base. I ask you hit a fly ball. He takes passed right down Broadway and just walks back home. Out That was the end of the season. They're done this over. And they and they don't look to me like they. Won't they don't care 'cause they care but they're just. They're not focusing. Nothing right now and it's not don't give me the relief pitchers are doing the Offenses Nemec That they can't do any damage when they come home plate. There among the bottom of the of the baseball in exit velocity and barrel and all those newfangled they come to determine how hard people hit. The baseball there rockies at the bottom and they playing coors field. It's just. Imagine A. Team is right help. So. Mark do you. What, what are you say about the future this team now because again, we thought a sixty game season might be built pretty well, rockies. Pretty well there my brain goes to wow I'm glad the season's over in two weeks for the rocks because this is GonNa this is going to get worse. Do you blow the whole thing up or we just re out and try again? Next year. Pro. For shut up. Jeff right it's. they have. No one. Black and Ray. Been contracts are all up at the end twenty twenty one nolan's dot contact is he can opt out. Chevy's is, up raises. Up Watkins's up I was contacted done again twenty, twenty one that tells me the rockies have been looking at town. Not Up as the year that they're gonNA, decided this time the.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

07:48 min | 7 months ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Energy relied from the articles in specialist studios. Thank you so much for being with us here today crazy weekend nuggets are still in this thing rockies are well out of this thing and the broncos haven't started this thing. So we're getting ready for that tonight Monday night football get Broncos, titans I have the broncos winning. There's no secret I'm I'm if the titans win never pick against them again, that is that's the rule. I. No matter what man they could be up they can be the. Worst team in the League in ten years from now against the best team and I have to pick the titans. That'll be the rule. We have great guest. Great friend of the program here. Michael Peterson owner and founder of power to play sports. You hear US talk about power to play sports all the time on this program Michael My friend. Great to catch up with you. Yeah. Hey Brady Nice to talk to you a little Downer today 'cause well, it's actually expected the vikings. We'll have another crappy season. Just, saddling men and I haven't converted to a Broncos Fan and twenty years but I might have to consider it the season you might have to consider it see this this offense to be I'm a little worried about the broncos defense but this offense certainly least we're we're starting to get this idea that maybe this is going to be a high. Flying Offense. Yeah, it'll be interesting. I'll be watching despite the environment it's worth catching and an eye on. So should be tonight and Michael I know you and I are friends outside of this program. So you and I kind of align a lot on on our takes about sports too and it is tough. We are in a sports world where A. Whether you're political or not, you're going to feel like you're watching some kind of political event with with a sporting event at least pro now. But sometimes we are able to compartmentalize doesn't mean you don't care about what's going on. It just means you WanNa break and you WanNa Watch Sports Yeah Sports any of us that have been through it believe that it plays a tremendous role, an opportunity if it's done the right way to help kids grow up with adversity and winning and losing and perspective, and it just gives them. You know versatile thought process at maybe those that aren't involved in activities maybe don't understand but for myself and yourself included and and millions of other people. It's a big part of our lives because it's shaped who we are. Yeah no question about it and and again, it starts at the youth level. It starts at the local level too and Michael. I know I know you guys are busting Hump Every single day at power to play but you're also doing bigger things throughout the community and. Several meetings with the mayor of Windsor to and just trying to work on this. This world is this community as we know it today. Yeah. You know and I have to give a big shout out to Paul ran a Meyer I did not know the person I made a call on a little vacation trip back to Minnesota a couple of weeks ago, and I expected to hear back in two three weeks and within two three hours he had called me back and emailed me and next thing you know I'm in a meeting with him and. And the director of the conversation has never been and I told him straight out my meeting with you has nothing to do with benefiting power to play. It has to do with the current environment of how we can help improve the environment for Windsor Use sports and you know what can we do to help you as the mayor and he's a busy guy I mean he's got three kids going to resurrection Christian he's married. He's an insurance agent. He's being the mayor and the fact that he would take the time for a little person it really is meaningless in this community. He, he showed me that he cares more than just about the political side of the world. I'm very impressed with Paul and I think I think having those leaders Providing that too I mean just sitting out there. Every entity that they can to try to figure out. All right. This is we're all dealt with something unique here we gotta try to try to figure this out as best as possible and you and I've talked about this too. We've talked about the small business aspect of struggles with small businesses and linked to even what you guys do. To with CHASA. I mean they're all linked together. and. The governor going back and forth, and that is a complete disaster and and I'm not saying anything that's political. Everybody knows this word they knew they made the wrong decision from the get go or they wouldn't even be talking about trying to make the change now but it is what it is. You know and and we're in Larimer county literally by one block and So we have had to deal with the LARIMER county aspect we've had to deal with the governor's aspect and now obviously in the Windsor side and ten times. Better working with the Windsor Community and the administration there than any of the other two entities nothing against them. But to be void in zero communication is a big thing versus somebody that's willing to step up and say we care about small businesses. We understand the struggles that you're going through and we're here to listen and that's a big part that. I feel a lot is being missed is that the people at the top listening to the people at the top, but it's not really transcending down into the little people that are struggling and like ourselves we're not necessarily struggling but every day is a different challenge or a new challenge. Well, like you said, it's Eh all these different expectations on you guys. What you're expected to do because we've been there before we love when you guys when you guys have a tournament or you do something, you guys do it the right way, which means you're going to get a lot of involvement. You're going to get a lot of people there, and with that comes a lot of expectations on what's expected from you and your business and all these different things that you have to do to to be up to code I suppose. And that's probably the biggest struggle. We have not changed anything when it comes to who we are, what we do and what people expect that has not modified it. All we have had to. Adhere to some new policies and executive orders that are frustrating because what is the overwhelming amount of expenses that are passed onto the small businesses? Not just power to play it's a landscaping company. It's a restaurant or any other type of business that you WANNA discuss. We are passed on the burden of the financial responsibility then also and I use this term, we alienate the people that come in and support our company by having to be the bad guys and enforcing these policies of mask and social distancing all of these things. Do we think they're all necessary? Absolutely, we respect what's being asked but if you're going to pass an executive order, then task some type of policy that. Shows that you're willing to enforce it and help small businesses with subsidies and and staffing instead of just passing on to us, and we have people that walk in our building. Happy. Walk out of our building upset not because of what tower to play is doing. But what we're being forced to tell them is something that you know somebody else at the top is demanding that they do and that's tough for all of small business owners. Hey, you're one hundred percent, right Michael because you have business owners that are just trying to figure nobody's been through anything like this and so when you just throw out all these rules and regulations so Willy Nilly, which again, these were A. Lot of these are sprung on us within a day and expected changes to be done at twenty four hours. So like you said with all these businesses they're left to navigate through more as if things weren't challenging enough just to keep your businesses up enrolling your left to try to figure all this other stuff out without a lot of help without guidance. Yeah. So we're working at twenty five percent out of one hundred percent capacity. So we've decreased our total volume by seventy five percent butter expenses have increased at least fifty percent do the math do small businesses survive so I've always said this if you are going to pass and mandate, then you need to have a plan..

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"michael peterson" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on NoCo Now � 1310 KFKA

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"michael peterson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And the AP Tim McGuire reports that we've hit yet another milestone just over twenty two trillion dollars. That's what the treasury department says is what's owed by the federal government. And the Congressional Budget Office says it's only going to get worse. And you'll spending deficits will top trillion dollars each year starting in twenty twenty two. Through twenty twenty nine. Michael Peterson Peter g Peterson foundation says right now the interest payment on the debt is an astounding billion dollars a day. Staggering numbers. Personally billion dollars a day, obviously affects the government. But here's the thing. Chris and most of the people that we work with our I'd say all the people are either retired or very close to it. And when you're in retirement, you would for at least a portion of your assets, you're looking for fixed rate investments, you know, how the highest rate of return with no risk, and the fact that the national debt is so high makes it very very difficult for interest rates to get hired because all going to do is increase that the interest rate on that debt, and then it's gonna be hard and her if you go back to two nineteen seventy eight for example, when Carter was president the national debt was seven hundred seventy two billion versus twenty two trillion. And so why are interest rates so high then well the government could afford it at this point. They can't. And so you really have to understand the relationship inside your portfolio investments likely to do. What is your pie chart? Look like, right. What percentage of your portfolio is in stocks? What percentage of your portfolio is? In bonds because all that's going to be affected by this. And then also trying to get the highest fixed interest rate, you can so when it comes to financial planning, we're taking this consideration. Because we have to find great fixed rate investments for our clients and one's going to perform regardless of what interest rates are doing. Again. It goes into that financial planning process, and for anybody out there looking for, you know, great fixed rate investments, if you're just not happy with what you're seeing out there as part of our comprehensive financial plan. And if you give us a call in the.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"That set up his schedule is publicity schedule and bang bang bang here we are a very thing for the guy who was very very nice of them and i could've talked to him all day think there's so many questions i still have like about michael peterson i gotta lot questions about michael peterson like his true feelings about michael pearson he probably because he's good at dance around things so he probably would have said something like well the personal relationship doesn't really matter you're just looking for justice everything you know what i mean it was just a was very cool of him very very thankful that he came on the show are you looking for like a follow up interview i think it's going to happen i think it's going to happen because he somebody tweeted what an interview with pam you i listened to you guys for hours going back and forth about the staircase you should come back on sometime when you have more time to talk or maybe do a segment once a week and he said sort of a criminal justice segment question mark not sure how that would feel about that and i responded with a tracy morgan gift as i would like to do that please so we'll see how that works we'll see his response to that i hope it happens he was the man though i'm very thankful he was cool to very very we have our own expert so when something pops up the newsome criminal case or something we never owned like analysts today we had three and our paper on stabbing the i don't know if you're on those guy stabber guy with no arms how would we present why would no war guy was feed if you'd stab with a citizen your feet that's on your own for i don't think that's how we do it but he's he seems as if he's he's on the he's going to be the guy on tv talking about stuff going to be the defense he's the guy who's going to be on tv as he should be by the way because he's relatable he's cool he's funny and his resume now he's got a resume my biggest thing was like sports broadcasters is what your resume like how why why are you on allowed to speak about people the way you do right so like that's my i kinda have that issue of chris collins worth now to be honest like his resume did he play football yeah but was he legend or anything like that i'm not sure i don't know but whenever you're dogging everybody you your resume has to be good or whenever you're speaking from opinion about how you feel about something like your resume has to be good he has a fucking incredible resume that guy so it's like anything david rudolph wants to do i think david duke lacrosse thing right now he's no i don't know him as part of it wasn't really he's done that durham i'll tell you what you wanna make a name for yourself as a defense attorney you rate the durham north carolina state is going to set you up for some stuff to do well but you're gonna have to handle it i mean david rough did that awesome very thankful for david at david s rudolph correct follow him on the david s rudolph dot com mid interview burlingham plugs for he looked good plug he's a professional would love to have him on retainer for the show would he's very expensive watched the staircase he's very price it's a pro bono thing he did that at the end there didn't he whenever the lady judge orlando hudson was looking for a reason to dismiss the case and he was sitting in the back and he couldn't do he couldn't say anything in the lady he couldn't do it mary and loot our dollars off marianne something i still in the interview but he was sitting in the back he said michael pearson called the next day he had to have done that pro bono right because it was in digit so he had to have done that pro bono and hopefully you'll just feel the same way towards me about michael peterson just like that we got david rudolph on retainer for free good for us great for us there's a high fog.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"The do did it i'm basing that on the fact that there's reasonable doubt sown throughout this fucking thing one of the main things working against michael peterson as this documentary unfolds is his perceived lack of grief and sorrow like the way he handled his wife's death didn't he didn't seem like a man who was broken by losing his wife and again we're talking about a really really weird cat here so i don't know maybe that's just the way he deals with shit but it certainly didn't look good to the jury and i will say this if he didn't do it this was the most unlucky fall down the stairs in the history of the existence of stairs how you manage to ding your dome so badly that you rock in multiple lacerations all over the place in bleeding like somebody came at you with an ax is beyond me mike since i'm pretty positive you're not gonna watch this because it's not fringe new are essentially what what the documentary starts out with this this man's wife is found at by him allegedly at the bottom of the staircase in their home blood fucking everywhere when you pick your fall down the stairs it doesn't usually end in bleeding like that right right and she's got these multiple as rations on her head which the prosecution uses say that he beat her to death with a blow poke actually would is i'm not even sure and i've seen ten episodes of this thing and i'm still not sure what the fuck blow poke is i think it's used for fireplace okay that's what i figured i don't know it just it doesn't look good for him from the from the getgo because there's so much blood it clearly looks like a murder not an accident you just don't think falling down the stairs that you're gonna hit your head that many times but the way the defense tries to frame it up is it like she fell down the stairs she tried to get back up she slow dipped in her own blood she hit her head on the crown molding there's all this it's just if she fell down the stairs indeed by accident worst most unlucky fall in the history of stairs there is a popular theory out there that is called the.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

The Ross Bolen Podcast

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast

"The camera like he's on an episode of the office he basically treats this entire trial and documentary like his own personal reality tv show which i mean as you know if you watched it he loses the first trial and they appeal but he loses and he's just a bad look because he's like laughing and shit the whole time and he literally does the fucking jim from the office thing where like looks at the camera it's it's it's absurd and i don't know if this man michael peterson killed his wife i do know did in my opinion the prosecution's case was nowhere near strong enough to yield a guilty verdict which is that was the big issue in making a murderer is well it came down to when it comes out and it's like it doesn't even matter if the do did it it matters that the case presented by the prosecution was so weak and yet the jury's still convicted him could you supposed to be proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in this particular case with michael peterson there is reasonable doubt all the fuck over the place throughout the trial it's basically raining reasonable doubt in the courtroom but unfortunately when you're being judged by a jury of your peers and most of your peers are fucking idiots who probably don't even understand the concept of reasonable doubt you really take it a big gamble by going to trial people are not smart in general everybody knows this would just not smart and many of us are lacking in common sense altogether and when you look in over and you're getting twelve people selected at random who are gonna decide your fate you gotta feel pretty uneasy with that i don't even know if i know twelve smart people like in the whole world that's a lot to ask i don't know if i could handle this being on edge because you've got both the prosecution and the defense trying to basically confuse you into making the decision they want you to make it's really difficult and i mean i'm not i'm not trying to shit on these particular jurors it just they got put in a bad spot in in my opinion they made the wrong decision at least up front but in that again i'm not basing that on whether or not i think.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"God you know unless she's like yeah yeah we know she's like we saw it on good morning america she just here's the great thing about my parents my parents didn't care they didn't care they wanted to make sure i was okay they wanted to make sure that i was not implicated in anything it was all of a sudden nothing mattered anymore they didn't care that i was an escort and in fact i can't remember if they knew i was at the time i think they had an idea of what was going on but they were just nervous for me and the legal implications of my life and i was trying to tell the mom i'm okay don't worry they're not after me there after the sky i told my mom that the judge could have blocked my testimony but he did not and mom was like why didn't he blow your testimony if he could have i'm like mom what we i can't explain it to you there's a lot of legal ease about why he didn't and my mom was like i'm going to write the judge tell him i'm going to give him a piece of my mind but yeah i was it was all over then and so i think that had a lot to do with my personality now in life because i had tried to avoid the fact that i was an escort for a long time but i think the events of the peterson trial really sort of shook me to my core and i understood you know what if i wasn't an escort i would've made these choices in life and i wouldn't be where i am in live so life's all about choices i really believe in fate and i really don't think my life could have ended up any any other way like taryn i say this to you in all seriousness i know is this crazy that i ended up in the michael peterson trial by mom my life is so crazy that i sort of was unplugged nonplussed by it unplugged by it i've maybe that could be our hashtag i was i was non plus by it i was like this is just a normal day at the office for me like my life has been pretty amazing up until now and this is just one more amazing thing that happened to me and i'm not not at all surprised that somehow some way i ended up in.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"In school at the time so what happened was the prosecutors called me like i said after i got the subpoena or i'd call them rather and i panicked and i was like so ignorant of the legal system i called the defense i called this offense i was like i call david rudolph who was the defense attorney for michael peterson and he's the same time seen on the news every day and on court tv everyday and i call his legal office and i said look here's who i am a can you talk to the judge and keep me out of this because i do not want testify in this trial and they called me back very quickly actually and he said well i could maybe listen to you but i don't think i could really represent you because i'm representing michael peterson i have a friend however who does some pro bono work and perhaps he could represent you in the court and get the judge to not admit you so i started with the defense very quickly because i was certain at the prosecutors all of the sudden did not have my best interest at heart so i went and met with david rudolfo is the defense attorney i told him everything he said that he doesn't think there's any way that the judge is gonna let in my testimony i'm like that sounds good to me he hooked me up with an attorney named thomas laughlin he took my case pro bono he was very good friends with rudolph and he argued he was basically my advocate at the court and the prosecutors tried to admit evidence pertaining to mike oh peterson sexual proclivities and his hiring of male escorts and they wanted me there because the only way they could get it in as evidence you can't introduce evidence into a trial you whenever for instance like somebody introduces the murder weapon they show it to the police officers and they say what is this they say this is a revolver this is the bob what we found at the scene it had blood spatters on bubbubba obama so there anytime you introduce evidence into a trial you have to have a witness to authenticate the evidence that person was me i was the way in for the.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Hot women out there they generally leave us alone so you'll you'll find out about me taryn that i'm i'm not particularly politically correct like i still refer to myself as a fag every now and then but it's it's not i i know some people don't like that term but yeah you know it's it's sort of like if you're in the community you can use the term and that's just how i've always felt about that so again the the cops don't really fuck with us facts anyway so yes they called me and they said well i'm trying to again this is a long time ago so i'm trying to remember exactly what they said but they basically intimated that i had talked with a man named michael peterson who they were investigating they said have you heard about this and i said no but in my head i'm thinking and i'm like oh yeah the guy from who pushed his wife down the stairs or something like that like i didn't know all the details of the trial but i know i had seen it online and so this led to me being as honest as i could with the cops i thought to myself this is what i thought taryn as i started to process what was going on here and they said you know you correspondent with this guy blah blah blah blah blah i'd always been taught that the cops are my friend you know the cops are there for you the cops are there for justice they wanna find out what's right and i'm thinking to myself they don't care about me they want this guy they want to find out what they want to find out if this guy is guilty of murder or not so i decided to be as honest as i could with the cops because i didn't have i didn't have anything to hide and i thought that that would probably say she ate them little did i know that that was not the way to go because as i would quickly find out the prosecutors and the cops are not interested in justice they are interested in winning and that was a aspect of our adversary legal system that i had to confront when i became a player in this trial because i knew that my interactions with michael peterson in my eyes had no relevance to the.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I kept waiting for the end i was like is the at the end yeah yoga pole yeah no i i prefer the more sixties version the heavy metal version yeah we'll we'll see him in a man of many talents musically he can go all over the map will talk asian all right so yes keep keep sending in some submissions i really i'm really enjoying them i've got more to play for you next time and again thank you so much for all the response people who've subscribed on i tunes who've left reviews it's really really meant a lot to me and i hope you enjoy this one as well so without any further ado let's get into this interview with brent wogaman he's a very interesting guy i'm very excited to talk to him about everything i think the first thing that people might be surprised to find out about you brent is that you were involved in this scott peterson trial they call it the staircase murders it's the michael peterson trial there rishi different peterson trials all within about five years of each other there was the scott peterson trial which was the guy out in the west coast who murdered his wife and then hid her on her boat i think there was the drew peterson trial which was the officer in illinois who i think murdered his wife and he had murdered his wife ended up dead in a bathtub and then another woman had also ended up dead and about previously i think and then there was the michael peterson trial which was me that is not the scott peterson trial because if it was the scott peterson trial i guarantee you i would have had sex with them yes no well this is this is part of it because i don't actually know a whole lot about this so i'm going to be relying on brent to tell me and and hopefully i know there are some people who are familiar with this trial but if you are like me and you don't know much than i am coming from your perspective so you'll get a full debriefing of what this is but i have i've seen people who are talking about brenton they've seen the movie based off of this court case and the and the youtube clips of like you testifying like whoa brentwood where have.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Because they covered it on a true crime podcast that i listen to and so then i looked up while things but i've never actually i'd never seen video of him and so or the family i just sort of watched a few court you know a few court videos but not him over explaining the details so mikey in the first episode it's homeless staircase because it revolves around the death of a of a mother kathleen peterson who was found the bottom of her stairs in her home a very affluent family he is a novelist michael peterson and she as he was out on the patio and she fell down the stairs and the amount of blood and there were seven lacerations to the back of her head show that they show that you are like how did this happen from falling down the stairs and thus begins the the thus begins the docu series and her kids and her adopted children and the husband what i as i'm watching i just think the the access that they had to all of the characters these are meetings they going through picking the jury picking deciding what their story is and is this guy innocent and that to me is just chassis they had that much access michael peterson allowed a french docu documentary crew access to the family access to him access to the defense room and north carolina unlike minnesota allows cameras in the courtroom so as the series unfolds we're going to get you weren't just seeing pictures and then an interview with the players you are going to see the court case unfold over three four five six episodes wow all of the twists and turns and there are twists and turns that you will not see coming this case it's probably going to be like cereal as we were listening to that podcast member it was like like after this first sepah soda i'm convinced he did it but i'm sure after the second episode may never know i i will tell you i vacillated way more during cereal than i did during the staircase i'm not.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"This so i'm assuming you won't either but i got excited to show your one hundred percent right because he started lifting a listing off all the books that we would have raid in amount of reading is absurd but have always been intrigued by the law process that's why enjoy dateline now and all these crime docs in it's so much access into the house like inbetween trials it's very very intriguing and i mean michael peterson was an interesting cat so it's like he's very interesting cat but it was his idea to film the whole thing yeah that's genius yes because he and his buddy writing books and selling them to for movie rights and stuff so you know they were thinking ahead hey where which way this goes this is going to be valuable piece of so he thought so he's written a lot of articles down there about the judicial system not being flaw so he thought that he was gonna get screwed so that's why started filming it to begin with and now it's just like the access is awesome it is absolutely awesome it's i would recommend watching it i would it's a long one though you gonna you need a tornado drill honcker in there it's like eleven hours of tv ten to eleven hours of tv because it's thirteen episodes but it's pretty cool it is pretty pretty cool i want to talk about so much but i don't wanna ruin it for everybody i'm like four or five in give us a day i'll tell you i would like to tell tell you it's very for me i kinda was alive then when i was i remember you satisfied with how it ended yeah okay i think.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on Undisclosed

"Kathleen nortel stock at one time was worth two and a half million dollars but because of a drop in the stock price it was now worth less than fifty thousand dollars and perhaps most revealing all michael was the beneficiary of kathleen's two million dollar life insurance policy this again seems stronger than the financial motive and the pam linear case where the laniers weren't struggling financially the time adorns death and pam was bringing home a paycheck but recall again how pam was making money she was turkey farming but she didn't know anything about medicating turkeys and needed doorns help to do it and so while pam inherited some property after doorns death she couldn't carry on the turkey farming after he died and she had to find alternative source of income third in both cases the prosecution introduced leashes evidence that had tenuous connection to the issues at trial in the peterson case that evidence was connected to michael peterson's by sexuality again here's a clip from friends files and investigators also found something unexpected thousands of gay pornographic images in michael's desk for email exchanges between michael and a male prostitute making plans to meet for sex evenings aren't great for me i'm married very happily married with the dynamite wife yes i know i'm very by and that's all there is to the emails also revealed michael head of prior sexual relationship with another man a local college lacrosse player was it possible that kathleen discovered these materials while using the computer on the night of her murder evidence in the pam linear case was the evidence that she had become addicted to pain medication after a series of illnesses and that she was seeing multiple doctors to feel her addiction in the end i guess you'd call the evidence in these cases awash because it's not really clear that either proves much of anything without making some really big assumptions fourth we have evidence that kind of contradicted the defense narratives in both cases michael peterson's claim was a cathlene went inside to do some work at about one in the night she died while he remained outside a t shirt and shorts for forty five minutes the prosecution countered this testimony by forensic meteorologist bill haggard who testified that the temperature at the time would have been between fifty one and fifty five degrees below the so called comfort zone here's another clip from forensic files there is a thing called the.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Girl by sia later so you would think but there was yet another twist in the michael peterson trial that would come up ten years after michael peterson was in jail so this is what happened and this is how my story ended up being in the news again and being covered again michael peterson was found guilty via many different things my testimony being one of them and the jury has since intimated that may have had something to do with it but the one witness that they all agreed was the most important was doing deavere the blood spattered guy and he attest he testified about the blood and how the blood ended up on certain things and how it couldn't have been a fall it had to be this twenty was a liar he ended up being implicated in a few different cases where he had made up evidence and he had also falsified his bindings and basically he had created experiments in order to get to a certain results like these were not scientific experiments or you look let's do an experiment and have a control and see what happens he wanted to get to a specific result and so he would do the experiment in such a way worry it would get to that result basically he wanted to make the defendants look as guilty as possible and that combined with the fact that he falsified parts of his testimony combined with the fact that he also falsified parts of his the underpinning of who he was and what his education level was in what cases he had worked on in various trial since.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"This you think we can stipulate to that unlike most of my clients indicated that he had a great relationship most clients don't wanna same thing about the relationship he indicated he had a warm relationship with his wife and nothing would ever destroy that actually mentioned his life and he was so complimentary of her is like you know i love my wife she's grades she understands that this is just a part of my life that i have urges i have base needs that i have to get out and and she gets that and that was very very common with all of the man that i had hooked up with as a male escort all of the men who were married most of the time their wives new and if their wives didn't know it didn't mean that they wanted to leave their why they were unhappy with their wife it was just that it was something that they needed a lot of men who were gay got married and 19 through these 60s 70s him in the 80s they got married to a woman because that's what you're supposed to do and a lot of them turned out to be gay but they were at the responsibilities they had a wife he had kids they had a life they had friends many people are just going to uproot their life i give so much credits saw the gay men and women that i know who are in their 40s 50s 60s who decide to come out at that late stage in their life because it's really amazing to watch but there are a lot of people who just don't have the courage and you know most of my clients were like that they just they wanted their life to remain the same but they wanted to have their jollies on the side and so that's that's usually where i came in so i was was ice spinning as much of my testimony as i could in favor of michael peterson yes but it just so happened that my spinning lined up correctly with the truth in that most of the married guys i was with they had wives that they loved in michael peterson it spoke very glowingly of his wife and i therefore there was certainly no indication from my perspective that he was unhappy with her all right and then finally sir.

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"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"michael peterson" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"And throughout that testimony i think i took a few shots at them by why am i hear that was baby basically that was my attitude with them and i was firmly on the decide on the side of the defense but i wasn't on their on their side because i thought michael peterson was innocent i was on their side because they were the only ones who are fighting for me but our interests worldwide so it's like the enemy and my enemies my friend kind of thing like i literally care what happened to them but they knew that i was an against them so they were treating me with kid gloves while the prosecutors were really going after me as you could tell during that clip fred a wants me to tell her what i was doing as a male escort and i basically fight her along the way i'm trained to make it sound as sterile as possible until i can't avoid the question anymore at one point she says what kind of sex and i said i don't know if i can say it bike anal sex life she wants to know what i'm doing as an escort and i'm really trying to shield michael peterson from as much of the gory details of my life as i can so she introduced sold these emails she says do you recognize them i said yes i explained that i had never met michael peterson but that we'd had set a time to hook up and that of course let's in all these other emails about sexual images of men and military guys naked and other potential escorts that he was thinking about hooking up with and that all gets into the trial the testimony all right so let's let's listen to a little bit more this usually they're they are professionals because my were quite high i saw doctors attorneys.

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