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"orange county superior court" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

14:33 min | 7 months ago

"orange county superior court" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

"Does not have to stop when you hit 40, so despite Gen Z's been bashed for their social media craze. Both gen X and baby boomers, they like TikTok two, they like social media too. And they come prize about 30%. It's more than I thought of the users on the app now Kim is joining the ranks of people like Reese Witherspoon. She's 46 on TikTok. Kate Hudson is 43. She's on TikTok and of course, Madonna, who's 63. She's on TikTok. What do you think about Tim signing up? I just mean she was going to do it at some point, right? It's a social media platform. And that's what we have to think about here. If you have a product or a service or if you are a brand, you know that you're going to market to your followers on social media. So it's kind of surprising that it took her this long to sign up to TikTok. But let me tell you something. We've got so many social media platforms. Just adding one more even for akaya Sheen must be like, really? I got to do this. But you got it. You got it. Now me, you are not going to see miss D on TikTok. Check out my Instagram. I'm on Twitter. I'm on Instagram. I'm on Facebook. It's at one too many for me to have not signed up to it. I do think though, I'm not sure what Kim does it all herself must do. Like you and me, we don't have any help. I think Kim has a little bit of help. I imagine she does on all these platforms. I like the fact she's signed up to it though because if anybody who's over 40 can be accepted on this app, it is Kim Kardashian, and I also think what sources are telling me is that she's trying to reach a younger crowd. I was just going to say that if you want to reach this Gen Z or even the next, the next generation which will be Jen alpha. If anybody's curious. Then you need to be where they're going to go to and TikTok is one of those places. Now be interesting to see if her boyfriend Pete Davidson pops up on TikTok. He's not a big social media person. So, you know, I'm wondering if he's going to support her in that interest. Maybe she'll make videos of the two of them in post. I should point out, though, as somebody in my late 40s, just because I go to clubs or bars where young people hang out, it doesn't mean that I can influence them. They don't care about me. I look like grandpa noses. That's why I don't go to those clubs. So if anybody can reach young people and once again, Kim is only 41, but if anybody can do this, who's over 40. My bet is on Kim Kardashian. I think she might pave the way. I don't know but what I do want to know is what you think. So Kim Kardashian is trying to prove that TikTok is not ruled exclusively by the under 40 crowd, is Kim too old for this app. What do you think? Is Kim she's 41 is she too old to be on TikTok? Hey, gavotte. On our Twitter page at naughty nice rob, our Facebook page naughty 'cause it's the only social media sites are either. And be sure to check back tomorrow to hear your results. Miss Steve, what are you working on? Oh, well, this is kind of really shocking. But ant anstead has been denied emergency bid for full custody of his son with his ex. So his ex is actually Christina hall. You know her from flip or flop or Christina and the coast? Well, while they were married between 2018, 2020, they had a son together two year old Hudson, London. And he put in for full custody, but an Orange County superior court judge ruled ant had insufficient showing of extension circumstances to change the custody for his two year old son. The ruling also stated that the notice to the other party was not adequate basically and did not give Christina enough time to make this bed. So now a court date has been set for June 28th, so both parties have enough time to make their arguments or whether or not the request to change should go through. And Christina really put out a statement saying how she felt about this. And she said, what ant has done deeply saddens me. If this was a really about Hudson as he says, this should have been handled privately or with a private judge in mediation. As myself and my attorney have suggested, I've had my shares ups and downs, but I am a good mom and I love my children with all my heart. And I will protect them. I mean, what do you think about this, rob, him saying he wants full custody. I think for him to do this so publicly, I don't know if he's trying to shame her. I don't know if there's more to this than we don't know, although I imagine he would tell us he's now dating Renée Zellweger. So he's become like a big star. I was sort of familiar with him, but now I'm very familiar with him. It seems like it's really ugly and I think mistake my sources are telling me it's only going to get worse. Okay, let's move along, so Elisabeth Moss is defending Scientology in a new interview. She sat down and talked about being really a second generation scientologist. She's been a long, long member of Scientology, and she said that she doesn't want to come across as Kang Yi as somebody who doesn't want to answer questions about Scientology, but she also knows that if she does, it's going to distract from her work. So she did respond to several rumors, including one that she fled an award show when Leah Remini won for a docu series for her anti Scientology documentary and another whether casting at the Emmys. She won the ME in 2017 and she said, the F word, some people said at the time that that was a Scientology thing. So first of all, let's address the first rumor. Did she run out of the awards because of Leo remini? She said, no, no, no, that did not happen. I'm an open book, and she said that she went to the bathroom. And that's why people thought she left the ceremony. She said she's never met Leah. They're not friends. They don't know each other. And so she said she doesn't think that's any big deal. She did address this infamous Emmy acceptance speech for handmaid's tale, which I love. She dropped the F bomb while thanking her mommy. The Hollywood Reporter, there are very respectable outlet. They wrote a story at the time saying that scientologists often use profanity when addressing non members. So what's the mom not a member? Is that why she did it? Elizabeth said that peed me off. She said there was a really big moment for me and a big moment for my mom and she said, my mom has supported me through years and I spend an incredible mother to both me and my brother and to tell a lie like that. I don't deserve it, and it was wrong. So whatever you think about Scientology here, I think she handled herself really beautifully misty. I think she took those two questions. One about Leah Remini now. Did she go to the bathroom because Leo was just about to win? Probably, I mean, maybe. But I think answering about her mom and using the F word, that makes sense. What do you think? Yeah, it's always so tricky when you talk about people's religion or politics. You know, you have to respect what somebody believes in. And if she believes in Scientology, the so be it, that is her choice. But for anybody who's watched the documentaries that Leah put out, I'm sure people have a lot of questions about Scientology and I agree with you. I think she handled this just right. She gave a little bit of information. She put down obviously about going to the bathroom. Nobody can say anything. We can't say, oh, she went to the bathroom because Leah was on. We can make that assumption. But, you know, we can't see anything. She answered it. And again, I'm upset that a moment that was dedicated to her mom. And you know how I feel about mamas, that people are dissecting. Let her have her moment to thank her mom. We all wish we could get up on stage and tell the world how much we love our life. We have a mutual friend who worked on man men, the TV show, which is where Elizabeth really became a star overnight. She's she was a long work in actress. I met her many times at different events for man, and some private dinners, and she talked about Scientology I had quite a few conversations with about Scientology and she does not hide it. She's not embarrassed about it. She said, as she said in the story, I'm an open book. I don't hide it, but she said, I don't want that to become the headline. She said, when you watch my work, I want it to be about me being an actress, getting into a part. I don't want it to overshadow it, but I don't want to be cagey too. So I think well handled despite what you think, or may not think about Scientology. Hey, moving along, Amber Heard has fired her PR team. What's going on? First of all, I have to just say the Amber Heard and Johnny Depp saga is the TV of the moment. If you're not watching, you've got to tune in. But basically, amber does not like the way she's coming across Johnny Depp is on the stands right now. So she has fired the crisis public relations firm precision strategies. So one of my sources are telling me she doesn't like the bad headlines that are coming out about all the things Johnny Jefferson, and she's frustrated with her story not being told effectively. So if you don't know the whole saga, basically, Johnny filed a lawsuit against amber in 2019. That accused her of defaming him by referring herself as a victim of domestic violence and a Washington Post piece that she wrote. Now she did not name him in the article. But they both have accused each other of being physically abusive to one another. Now, like I said, the trial has produced dozens of headlines. You just go to YouTube, there's some really, really inventive headlines. And basically what she's done is she's hired David Shane. He's the president and CEO of Shane communications. They do this kind of critical image consulting strategies and rob, obviously you know so much about this. Alicia Keys, Naomi Campbell. This is a mess. This whole trial is a mess and any publicist that pretends they can get you good headlines while this is going on. They're not telling you the truth. This is not going to be over until it is over. I don't think there's going to be any winners here. Abe quickly before we get a break talking about someone that's not winning. Netflix has dropped Meghan Markle. She had a new animated series with them called pearl. She was working on it with Elton John's husband, David Furnish, and neither pull the plug on it. It's not going to happen. It was going to be produced by Archie well productions, her production company, and it was going to send her around the adventures of a 12 year old girl who inspired different women and was also inspired by different women in history. Now this decision to cancel her show comes after Netflix reportedly lost about 200,000 subscribers in the first quarter. I think this is the first time this has happened to Netflix. So obviously if the company is not doing that well, they've got to pull back. They got to cut some of their shows. And then I'm going to cut their big hits. They're going to cut the staff that they're a bit worried about. So the projects that might have been vanity projects, I'm not saying this is, but the projects that were more of a gamble are the ones they pulled back on. This is not good news for Meghan. Oh, it's okay. Well, first of all, I just want to make it clear that it's not because of Meghan Markle. It is about money. So basically, you said 200,000 subscribers have kind of left. And there's anticipating that there's more. That translates to about $50 billion of revenue for a Netflix. So yes, they have to cut those projects that aren't big, huge. We know we're going to get tons and tons of viewers or people are going to resubscribe to see them. But she's still doing the project where they're covering the invictus games. We know we saw the Netflix crews out there, so that's still coming to Netflix. So there's still working with archewell, which is Harry and Meghan's production company. But when it comes down to money, even people like the duke and Duchess of Sussex are susceptible. You gotta make Netflix money to stay on that. You gotta get people to watch and that makes the money. And we're gonna take a quick break and we will be right back. Welcome back to the moody vanish. I'm ruptured with our dear friend misty. Hey mister Steve, let's get to the polls that the door. Yesterday we talked about Harry Styles, supporting Olivia after she was served with custody papers in public. We asked how you team Harry or are you team Jason and naughty question there? Wow, team Jason, 80% of you are team, Jason, I'm team Jason two. I don't like this paper business. I don't like this custody serving one another. I don't like the way it happened. Sources are saying Jason had no idea he was going to go down in this manner and you look like you all agree. Hey, don't forget to vote on today's poll. Go to our Twitter page. And organize ram or a Facebook page, which is not a gossip, you can leave a comment there. And this year to check back tomorrow, to hear your results. And now it's time for a nice of the day now. Last night was the big Met Gala mystery. You're going to give us a little bit of history here. You're going to point out a little bit about why I know it was such a fantastic night. And the theme for the Met Gala last night was gilded glamour. So according to my good friend Sarah Jessica Parker, I wish. She says that following the theme is a key part of any successful Met Gala look. And that's why we saw so many incredible outfits following the Gilded Age theme and last night. So you have to think tail codes, white waistcoats, floor length gowns. Oh, we saw so many great things. And it was embodying the Gilded Age of New York. If you've watched the HBO show, you know that's when Barron's made lots and lots of money in the late 19th century. That's when we had buildings like the Waldorf Astoria and the metropolitan club built. So you just.

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"orange county superior court" Discussed on O.C. Swingers

O.C. Swingers

06:03 min | 8 months ago

"orange county superior court" Discussed on O.C. Swingers

"Like, I didn't know she had a kid. And a picture of grant in Louisiana earlier this year. He's dressed in a camo jacket and an Elmer fudd style hunting hat and smiling in front of his conquests. Nearly 20 slain ducks, all lined up, their elegant necks hanging off the back of a truck. There was also the TikTok from a female Uber driver who said she picked up a distressed woman from a hotel in 2017. I'm almost positive. This is the same people. Newport Beach, man and woman, drugging, raping, abducting. They need to be stopped. Please bring awareness to this. They need to be stopped. There was also DA Todd spitzer doing Todd spitzer Y things. Orange County's district attorney under fire once again over controversial comments he made at an event nearly three years ago. Todd spitzer says he used the N word while quoting a white supremacist. But who has time for that clown? I am late because Orange County seems to be under construction. And I got all turned around and the elevator going up to the tenth floor. I saw some top spitzer signs on the way in, no LA and I was sort of a hushed place, a lot of the last time I saw grant robicheaux, his face was covered with a disposable blue surgical mask. The same kind he had likely worn while performing a hip replacement or repairing a torn ACL. This time, the mask is stuffed in the breast pocket of his ill fitting gray suit. On his face, he wears a small smirk. Philip Cohen grants barrel chested defense lawyer, presents his argument first. He details the many ways he finds the original search warrant affidavit, prepared by a Newport Beach PD detective Marie gamble to be misleading. He ticks through the three separate incidents that inform the affidavit and resulted in the seizure of drugs and electronics from robichaux's house in early 2018. You remember the hall. MDMA, cocaine, and over 100 liquid grams of GHB. As he orators, pacing back and forth in a green tweed suit and a khaki vest. Occasionally pausing to reference a heavily tabbed binder. Grant seems engrossed. At one point, there is discussion about how one of the Jane Doe's, the one who called grant sarissa the Bonnie and Clyde of drugging girls actually brought her own cocaine to the concert they attended. A claim meant to distance grant and sarissa from having furnished the illegal substances. Also discussed at length, the fact that a few months before neighbors heard her screaming help and called 9-1-1, Mike fell's client was arrested for public drunkenness at a Laguna Beach bar. It seems to me Cohen said that it would be relevant for a magistrate to know that just two months earlier. By all accounts, this woman had volitionally intoxicated herself to a level of .25. At one point, between sessions, grant holds the door for the few attending press. I basically have to duck under his arm to get into the courtroom. The next day, I call OC register crime reporter Sean emery to discuss it all. Our man on the ground was hard at work from his windowless office conveniently located in the bowels of the Orange County superior court. So let me just kind of walk to an area. Is this a better connection now? Seems a lot better. Like me, Sean noticed how intently grant was looking at Cohen. Howie seemed, almost amused by it all. Even when Cohen brought up what one Jane Doe in the police report described as his clients, micro dick. While this stuff is just because of the nature of the case, a lot of these things I imagine are uncomfortable. It's incredible for everyone to hear. I mean, it's part of the process, but you're talking about incredibly intimate details. And at least in some of the search warrants, incredibly embarrassing details. So yeah, it's definitely a strange environment, but that's kind of the nature of these type of cases. Grant was very engaged. And some of this obviously is because it's been so long where we've had masks where it's tough to kind of get emotional reaction to people. But grant specifically was watching the attorneys intently the entire time. On both sides, physically can turn to the side so that you could watch first his attorney and then the prosecutor make the arguments. And when it was his attorney, he seemed pleased with what the attorney was arguing, certainly. Riley was a bit harder to read. At least to me, I did notice 7 is the prosecution that she was watching them pretty intently. Didn't turn her body facing them. My grant did. But washing and kind of had, I don't know if it'll look frustration. That was kind of my read on it. Frustration may be our anger. I brought up an especially strained moment when deputy AG, James tui, seemed to suggest that robichaux might have access to drugs like MDMA or cocaine because he's a physician. The argument they were making as well, he's a doctor, so therefore at least conceivably he would have a regular connection to narcotics, if you wished. And then the defense came in saying, well, that doesn't necessarily mean a regular connection to certain drugs like cocaine or something. I think part of the argument that the G's office was perhaps making yesterday was that when they looked at the evidence of all three and saw kind of the patterns that, you know, a certain point, the whole becomes more than some of its parts. Ultimately, if at some point, now or later, the judge says there was wrongdoing or these search warrants were handled improperly and therefore the evidence is going to get tossed, then it would be up to the prosecution to decide. Is there enough evidence to back these charges without using anything for the search warrants? And that may be a tough issue with some.

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"orange county superior court" Discussed on O.C. Swingers

O.C. Swingers

08:25 min | 8 months ago

"orange county superior court" Discussed on O.C. Swingers

"Say bromberg did not appreciate with the attorney general's office, submitted. I received your brief. Miss Martinez was brief. And Martinez was brief basically. He read between the lines, judge, here's what we want you to do. Here's what we demand you to do. If you don't do what eternity generals asking to be done, then we're walking away, we're not going to appoint a special prosecutor. That's what the motion says. I can read it verbatim publicly, if you'd like. I can do that. I don't think we need to right now. Why would you even raise that issue at this point in time other than a veiled threat to the court? But he was also vexed with Philip Cohen, grant's fast talking tank of a lawyer who is all of a sudden like rah rah, team AG. Nobody had any complaint about the AG and when I say nobody including this Orange County superior court until the AG came back with the conclusion that apparently the bench disagrees with. And sometimes at this court, this court in general. C 28 judge, you talked about me. The Orange County superior. Okay. I just try to get a sense. Quite frankly, I will judge bromberg because the AG has been in this court. I don't know, three, four times prior to filing this request to amend. And judge bronberg has never indicated that it had any or he had any concern. No. Never did. About the until the AG disagreed apparently with the result that one side of the table wants to reach. You're looking over at the jury box. No, I'm not looking at the cherry box and stop being so disrespectful to the court, mister Cohen. I mean, I just don't understand, you know, you're brief was full of misstatements, misstatements of fact, mistakes of law. And you're doing it again. On July 14th, 2021, bromberg agreed with the attorney general's recommendation to dismiss the two Jane Doe's, who said they no longer wished to participate. He wrote that he, quote, understands why they are asking to be removed from the case as alleged victims. After two and a half years, these ladies are entitled to leave this case if they so wish. Two weeks later, bromberg recused himself in the, quote, interest of justice. Judge hearing the drug and rape case against a doctor and his girlfriend has suddenly recused himself from the case, judge Steven bromberg was accused of mistreating attorneys on both sides of the case. He said he left the case to further the interest of justice. So then, the case got a new judge. It's fourth. Honorable Franco spino, the beloved former OC public defender with a calm, even disposition. On August 26th, 2021, ospino granted the outstanding elements of the AG's motion to amend, setting that he had no reason to doubt the attorney general's intentions. It is, he said, in the furtherance of justice, to dismiss account or counts when the prosecutorial agency, tasked with a solemn responsibility to prosecute a case, tells the court that after a thorough, complete and unbiased assessment, they can not prove it beyond a reasonable doubt. A few days later, I call victim's attorney, Mike fell. Well, I'm looking at the second amended felony complaint here. It still seems like a laundry list of things they're being accused of, but I was wondering if maybe you could walk me through what the changes were, you know, in the charges on Thursday. Well, there are a lot of times that were dismissed, but there were also a lot of counts that were added. So we're actually, we finally have a complaint, right? A charging document that everybody can now go forward with. To answer your question, are there still serious charges that they're accused of? The answer is absolutely. If they are convicted for what they have been charged, they're looking at life in prison. So in many ways, that is much more serious than a rape case. So a rate case has a certain amount of time that person can stay in jail. But what they've been accused of now, they can go to jail for life. Or I should say prison for life. The biggest problem that they have is the fact that they have been charged with kidnapping with the intent to commit a sexual offense. And that's the new count one. And that's against my client who was Jane Doe number four, and now she's Jane Doe number one. Right. His client now Jane Doe one in the amended complaint is the woman who screams prompted neighbors to call 9-1-1 back in October 2016. And I just said, somebody's yelling help is sounds frantic. And I've never heard anybody sound like that. And please hurry. Jane Doe two is the woman who said that she met grant on a dating app while visiting Newport with a friend from college over Easter weekend, 2017, and then locked herself in a bedroom after she was drugged. Shit got scary. He's going to get really mad. Open the door or he'll hurt us. Jane Doe two is represented by Matt Murphy, the former DA prosecutor who, at one time, represented four of the women in this case. By all accounts, Matt has been instrumental in keeping this case alive. In the final episode of last season, I called him out for being out of town during an important hearing. I lumped him in with the other man who have failed the women in this case, and I shouldn't have. These women have been dragged through hell, but Matt Murphy and Mike fell have been down there with them. Doing their best to shield their clients from the flames. And the pitchforks. Grant sarissa may no longer be on the hook for rape. But they are still facing a felony count of kidnapping with intent to commit sex offense and two felony counts of assault with intent to commit a sex offense. Each is also charged with a felony count of furnishing a controlled substance. In addition, grant faces other charges, including possession of an assault weapon and misdemeanor drug possession charges. There are 13 charges in total. Back in August, Mike fell was hopeful that the stop and start that has plagued this case since 2018 was finally over. There are a lot of things that happened before, which were really out of other judges hands. And the fact that you change in prosecutors, your running motions, all these things, which happened before, the benefit and what I'm so pleased about right now is we have a criminal complaint. We have filed charges that are now going to go forward. So all that battling over what charge is going to be dismissed or charged is going to be added. We've got finality. Now we can move on. And that's what the victims need. The victims need to move on, this case needs to move on. And I think we've got to judge that wants this resolution to occur. And the case to move on as well. I'm very, very pleased that we have judges but you know, I think judges is going to keep this on a track that will progress more speedy than it has in the past. Except, judge espino was dealing with his own problems. The kind that don't have any place in a courtroom. For months, all hearings in the case were canceled. People started hearing rumors that he had suffered an injury or was undergoing an emergency hip replacement. On February 19th, 2022, honorable Franco spino died after losing a private battle with cancer. You know, judges being had beaten cancer many, many years prior and that looked bleak at the time, but he powered through it and successfully was in remission, which was wonderful when the case got continued for health reasons, I personally, when I heard about the replacement, I was so relieved because I've known judges phenol for over 30 years and I was afraid that the cancer had come back. So when I heard it was, he had been three, like I said, I was so pleased. That's all that it was. And then of course, we got.

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"orange county superior court" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

20:32 min | 1 year ago

"orange county superior court" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

"Community in Santana has learned a lot about Alexander in the last ten years. And I think it's because of that persistent unapologetic push for justice that continues against the odds against what seems politically possible. What does a U.S. government officially say about the assassination of Alex O'Day? Well, the U.S. government doesn't say a whole lot. The FBI has been the lead agency in the murder investigation since 1985. And basically what they do year after year every October 11th is reassuring the Arab American community that the investigation is a priority that it is ongoing, and what they don't say is who they believe to be the authors of the crime. They have never publicly named the suspects that there are any that they have. And investigative journalism suggests that they do. I mean, they have a $1 million reward that has been promoted since about 1996 for information leading to a conviction of the crime. But it's just a very peculiar purgatory for the case, and it doesn't seem to break with any new developments over the course of the past few decades. So there is understandably a lot of cynicism within the Arab American community. But some of my most recent journalism suggests that it looks like the FBI has been, at least in the early onset of the investigation, pretty active in terms of trying to prosecute, but there's stymied. And according to my interview with retired lieutenant humi, it wasn't the FBI in 1996 that basically wasn't proactive. It was the State Department official in his recollection that said we need to look at the bigger picture of the U.S. Israeli relations in this case is going nowhere. There's a lot of speculation about oday's killer, but this is speculation that also comes from government statements and actions that sometimes contradict each other in 2016, for instance said, Department of Justice said that the oday family was actually victims of Robert Manning. Who's he? Robert Manning was one of three Jewish defense league members that had been discussed privately according to my reporting and others in connection with the Audi bombing. Never has he been officially named as a suspect we can't even say that. He was extradited in 93 from Israel to the United States in he stood trial for a male contract bombing. He was a hitman in a sense and sent him mail bomb at the behest of the person who paid for the crime, and unfortunately, Patricia wilkerson, a secretary in Manhattan beach, opened up the package and the bomb detonated and it exploded and killed her. So he is serving a life sentence for that crime. A retired FBI agent wanted to question him in the aude case and essentially he denied having been a member of the JD L, which was an extremist Jewish group founded by the late rabbi honey. And essentially, he says, I know nothing I did nothing, so he still in Phoenix Arizona is serving out his prison sentence. So why then does the United States government and Department of Justice say that the uday family is a victim of Robert Manning if they're not saying anything officially that Manning has anything to do with the killing of Alex O'Day? It's just this really peculiar legal predicament. It makes no sense, right? The American Arab anti discrimination committee, which is the group that Alex Audrey belonged to and was the West Coast regional director for, they are also deemed by the DOJ as they told me as victims of Manning's. And how can that be? It clears the way that classification internal classification clears the way for Helena ode to speak at the parole hearing as she did in 2018 in person in Phoenix, and then also in 2020 remotely. And the ADC president is also able to address the parole hearing in those years too as well as a victim of Manning's. But he's never been indicted. He's never been charged. He's never been convicted of that 1985 office bombing. In saint Anna that killed Alex Saudis. So it's a contradiction. It's a paradox. It just doesn't make any sense. What other hints have come out over the years about how much the U.S. government knows about the identity of a day's killers? It's been pretty well reported for the course of 30 plus years. Again, what I was able to do was corroborate a unnamed anonymous source, recounting of the scene in 85 in Santa Ana, where the FBI and LAPD joint terrorism task force members descended on the scene via helicopter and probably pretty dramatically in a little unusual for an Orange County city like that. They got off and they told lieutenant at the time it was the acting captain that day. And at the command center, one of the persons in the group of four basically said these are the people that we've been training, flying from New York to LA. They were lost at LAX. And the three names have been spoken of privately and then publicly and journalism and Andy green, who now goes by bruk Ben Joseph, Keith, Israel fuchs, and then Manning. So it's been an open secret who the investigation has looked at. And again, the FBI, according to the lawsuit documents that I referenced earlier, wanted to question and according to their field director that I interviewed a few years back, did question Manning about the audit crime. So at the bare minimum, you can call Manning a person of interest, and then with the parole hearings, the victimizer of the organization and the family, but in terms of the criminal conviction, something's getting in between. Some things in the middle, the ADC has long wanted to see the extradition agreement between the U.S. and Israel and with regards to Manning to see if there's answers there as to why that gap exists. Robert Friedman was a Village Voice journalist, and wrote a op-ed in the Los Angeles Times in 1990, where he was in Israel. And basically saw green and Manning at that time, and said they're here. They're living freely in these Israeli settlements. One was at that time it was also a particular settlement that followers of kahani would live in and basically they couldn't be arrested if they were in the settlements they had to be in Israel proper. But, you know, Friedman said you can find them there too. So it's not a secret who has been discussed in connection with the case, and it's not a secret and it hasn't been a secret where they are, and with regards to Manning his where belts are well known. He's incarcerated in Phoenix Arizona. We'll have more after this break. Facebook's safety teams protect billions of people each month. They lead the industry and stopping bad actors online. That's because they've invested more than $13 billion in the last 5 years. 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They're passing away, and that's true of a lot of people from the Orange County side of things. You had Charlie stumpf, who was the commander or lead of the bomb squad for the Orange County sheriff's department. He had his team comb this scene of The Office on 17th street in Santa Ana, and they reconstructed the bomb like a big jigsaw puzzle. He passed away. The lead investigator on the case where Santa Anna PD was concerned was feral buckles. And he was the one that had firsthand knowledge up until his retirement in 1996. What was unique about humani is that he was the area commander of that part of the city. And deputy chief dispatched him to take control of the scene. So he was there within 20 minutes. And he witnessed the FBI's arrival within the hour. These guys come out and they come walking over to us and there's a couple of FBI agents and a couple of LAPD joint terrorist task force members. And they came up and they told us that they'd been tracking a couple of guys from New York up in LA and they lost to man LAX and they were probably responsible for the bombing and Ted time. I think you gave us the names of green and Manning. And really he has a firsthand experience of that scene. It was a big case in Santa. And I'm very high profile. And of course, it's a crime of international implications, but he went up into the office. He remembers seeing the destruction and devastation. He remembers the scene very vividly and what he did. And so that's, you know, for historical posterity, it's necessary to get someone like humani on the record. And that's the other challenge in this case is that because it's an open case of cold case and there's still at least on the surface and active investigation, people with knowledge are hesitant or do not have the clearance to speak openly about it. So humani is very valuable in that regard. And he definitely offers new details into that day and the investigation that followed. Lieutenant moon has been retired for nearly 20 years now, but the old days case is always wait on him. The reason we have laws is to punish people who prevent them from doing that again, or is it kind of a warning to others, look, we have lost about this. So when people avoid prosecution, it's annoying. I can't. I'm not going to sleep over it. I'm not going to cry about it. It happens sometimes, but she's we had at 1.57 warrants for guys that were and fled to Mexico. So we knew they were down in Mexico, a lot of when we knew their addresses, but this is big government and they don't care about the little people. It's significant. But matter in the big picture. From your experience, firsthand knowledge of the conversations that happened on the scene and in 1994, you know who did it, you know how they did it. And, you know, you knew where they were. Yeah. Or they came from where they went. All that was no. Everything is no. It was a very solid case. You know, easy to process. You shared with me that when he would walk from the Orange County superior court in saint Anna to the Orange County district attorney's office in the rhythm of his workdays, he would pass by the outer statue. And that kind of served as a reminder to him of this unsolved murder mystery, if you will. And he's always felt that it was. Higher up government institutions that got in the way of a very easily prosecuted case. So it always kind of had a thorn in the side element to it. And it wasn't just a statue. What is interesting is when that statue was first dedicated in 1994 on what would have been Alex 50th birthday, Mooney worked at. So you had Mooney, he said it was a light security day, but it was acrimonious because her Reuben who was as bellicose leader of the JBL was across the street in Santana and crossed the street from the statute dedication and was basically berating the family in the people in attendance of the dedication. And the FBI was there too as well just to keep tabs on everything. So, you know, the case had a way of coming up. So it definitely weighed on him on that day in 1994. In April, when he worked security for the statute dedication, and then in 1996, he goes with Ferrell buckles to the FBI field office in LA, where he got a front row seat in how the investigation was stymied in his recollection by the State Department. And so he has those memories in mind and he's open to speaking about his experience with the case and what he has seen. And as he mentioned to me, he expressed his remorse for the family because they have not been delivered justice for 36 years. Alex how they had three daughters at the time of his death his murder. And they were very young, and he never got to see them grow and get married and lived their lives. And that gnaws at a lawman who likes to feel dissatisfaction of justice being delivered and a case being closed, and surprisingly, it was really unprompted that he deemed out a man of peace. It was definitely the mere opposite of her Reuben. He was not Delacroix. He was not boisterous. He was very soft spoken and very eloquent in his media appearances, but he was a man of peace in that regard. If he found things that were disagreeable about his politics and stances on Palestine and Israel, it was very hard to hate Alex all day, unless, of course, you were embroiled in the JD L extremist mindset. So, you know, he expressed very forthrightly that he believed him to be a man of peace above all, no matter what disagreements there may be politically and it's just another case of justice denied and justice delayed. Audi's case is something that local politicians have never forgotten though. Former Congress member Sanchez press the House of Representatives repeatedly to investigate his assassination and then recently, Congress member Luca ra has continued that work. Absolutely. I spoke to congressman Correa about his resolution, House resolution. And what it seeks to do is basically enter Alexander's memory as a matter of congressional record. And recognize him as a victim of domestic terrorism. And as the congressman mentioned, it also acts to carry on with Sanchez's work before she left the office. And it also seeks to renew attention into the investigation. So it would be very interesting to see how the case develops and going forward, how all of this is going to coalesce because you have the ADC pressing the attorney general Merrick Garland to name suspects to provide details about the case while at the same time in Congress, you know, Rashida Talib has also cosponsored that House resolution. And so there's motion on this case after 36 years, where it all leads to, remains to be seen, but it's easy to be cynical because there has been concerted efforts to renew interest and not let the case grow cold in memory in action, but what really changes at the end of the day is getting closer, but we'll have to wait and see. What's important is that the three folks I mean, many people have passed on who've been involved in the case, but the three people who have been of interest internally in the investigations are still alive, so justice remains a possibility. Finally, what is it about the Audi case that has stayed with activists decades after his killing? It's always been important to the Arab American community, but when I wrote about his case 30 years later, the younger generation of Arab American activists in Orange County and elsewhere throughout the United States almost forgot about them, they had to relearn about him. He was just getting started. He was 41. It's hard to find audio clips of his appearances in the media or video clips because he was really just getting started. He joined the organization only for a few years. And before that was basically also a poet and a lecturer at orange coast college and graduated with a master's degree in political science from Cal state Fullerton. So he was a family man who just started a family and an activist who was really starting to shine and come into his own before his life was taken. So the new generation has had to kind of relearn his legacy over in the West Bank and he's never been forgotten. He's a hero in jifna Palestine, a martyr. And he's basically seen in that role, but also as a native son. Someone that if you traveled to that area, you're going to hear stories about how he was as a person. So his memory is spread between Southern California and the West Bank. Over here, and there's a bit of a renaissance, if you will, because the new generation of Arab American activists are basically taking the baton from their predecessors. And it will be up to them to continue to press for justice in the case. So really what we're seeing is a generational, like I said, passing of the baton. And we're going to see that level of advocacy continue. And in my work, I always try to not just have a focus on the case and the investigation and the persons of interest, if you will in the suspects, but it's always important, not just to ask who killed Alex all day, but it's always important to remember who was Alexander. Gabrielle, thank you so much for this interview..

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"orange county superior court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"orange county superior court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Second U.S. circuit Court of Appeals made no comment in turning down the emergency request The city can now enforce the requirement which was set to take effect Friday for its 148,000 teachers and staff The challengers told the court the mandate will cause thousands of unvaccinated public school employees to lose their jobs Bill gross has been found guilty of contempt of court for ignoring a judge's order not to annoy his neighbor with loud music He was sentenced to 5 days in jail More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet That sentence however was suspended because of COVID-19 and Orange County's superior court judge found gross and his wife Amy guilty of contempt of court ruling that they flagrantly violated an order she issued last year prohibiting them from playing music too loudly in their backyard The judge find the grossest $1000 each and order them to do two days of community service It's a surreal turn of events for the man once known as the bond king Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Breakfast chain first watch restaurant group jumped 22.9% yesterday That was its first day of trading as investor interest grows in consumer companies Tobias Lev chief U.S. equity strategist at Citigroup died Friday Levkovich is said to have died from injuries He received a month ago when he was struck by a car while crossing a road in wood near Long Island Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is luma good opinion on Bloomberg radio Bring your news comments and insights from Bloomberg opinions worldwide team of editors and calmness I'm junk also coming up on the show why New York City still falls short of a full recovery Plus inflation versus the rising wage But first it's no longer a man's world At least according to opinion columnist Allison schrager who writes that job growth and education are putting women in a prime position to dominate This is good news for women although a large population of men falling behind doesn't help anyone She joins us to explain So we just heard recently about data that women are dominating college enrollment in a few years Two women will earn a degree for every one man So why aren't men pursuing higher education I mean I think the data suggests that a lot of them are put off by the high costs They don't see the value in a college degree but there's also evidence that are less likely to thrive in the school So perhaps they don't want to keep going and this is especially if it's a high expense They don't quite see the point of a degree What are the stats about the value of a college education for men Well for anyone I mean if you go to a decent school like not a for profit school then honored your earnings are going to be at least a $1 million over your lifetime And you also play a much lower risk of unemployment You open up a whole other possibility of jobs instead of your career And that's true of men and women And for the men who do go to college they are more likely to be in some degree which pays them more But is that there is some probably selection bias there if I have to go to school do well probably or less likely the ones who struggle So it could be that a lot of the men who aren't going to school or observing people in their community who went for less good schools like a for profit schools So if you do go to a decent school and you don't drop out you do well And a lot of business community probably see a lot of dropouts A lot of people don't go into good schools And that is not do a lot to increase your earnings So probably observing that has had an impact And you write that each recession removes men from the labor force and they don't come back Yeah so we're seeing in each recession A lot of that especially crime edge events leaving the labor force and we don't see big recoveries We see these permanent drops And there's some degree if we're having these big structural changes that are really not great for jobs that are particularly hold like manufacturing jobs And when you have a recession it tends to sort of eliminate industries and companies that were a little weaker and those tend to be in those industries So I think that might be one of the reasons I can see a lot of job loss for men without college education during recessions and it's been harder for them to find new jobs because they're just aren't the different quality jobs out there in the field There are also more women than men in medical school and more women earning their PhDs Is that because of the college factor that men are not going to college as much Is that a degree And also as you said like women tend to drag one school I mean I actually have a CHD myself and I was a minority as a woman in my program for sure So it depends on the degree but we're seeing certainly humanity CHDs the medical school even law schools who have been dominating more than ever And it could just be this look they are having a better time at school They're more likely to be good students So they might be more inclined to keep going Also is there more demand for jobs in areas where women are dominant Yeah because I mean what we're seeing is a lot of job growth in healthcare and education which again has the fields where women are dominant As you just pointed out even at the highest level we're not just talking about caregivers and elementary school teachers We're talking about college professors and doctors Has this happened before in our history.

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"orange county superior court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"orange county superior court" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Jim Forbes Federal agencies can enforce President Biden's vaccine mandate starting November 9th A new federal memo says November 8th is the deadline for workers to get their second dose of the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine The date is also the same deadline for employees to get their single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine Tens of thousands of people will take to the streets across the nation today for the women's March organizers say this year's rally will be in protest of Texas's new restrictive abortion law The Supreme Court is scheduled to take up a similar law in Mississippi on Monday This is the first women's march to happen since former president Donald Trump left office The Powerball jackpot is surging ahead of tonight's drawing It's up to a staggering $635 million making it the tenth largest jackpot in the game's history I'm Brad Siegel Dog the bounty hunter is offering up additional money for information leading to the arrest of Brian laundry Rick hoschel has details Laundry is being sought by authorities as a person of interest in the death of his fiance Gabi petito the 22 year old's body was founded a national park in Wyoming nearly two weeks ago in her death has been ruled a homicide TMZ says dog is adding $10,000 to the $170,000 reward to find laundry I'm Rick hoschel Drivers will pay less at the pump in the garden state Jennifer possoni explains New Jersey's gas tax is dropping by 8.3 cents to 42 cents a gallon the extra coins in your pocket come a year after a nearly ten cent per gallon gas hike when the pandemic had kept thousands off the road and hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue lost slowly more people started gassing up again meeting projections for this year The hope is residents going out of state to field their tanks will now return to their local gas pumps The Texas man who runs the website info wars will have to pay up for claiming the 2012 sandy hook school shooting in Connecticut was a hoax Alex Jones was found legally responsible and two lawsuits and the lawyer for the victim says his clients are thrilled Finally finally there's some accountability standard that he's now going to have to answer to That's attorney Bill Ogden who says he's never seen a case play out like this Jones who lives in Austin did not comply with court orders to provide information for the suits That means he lost the cases by default A jury will determine how much he will owe the plaintiffs President Biden is taking aim at cyber threats this cybersecurity awareness month of October in a statement the Biden administration says it will be partnering with 30 countries around the globe to combat growing and shared cyber and ransomware attacks The president also noted the federal government is actively working to strengthen America's cyber defenses And the Broadway production of Aladdin is being dealt another setback COVID breakthrough cases were detected among the New York cast and crew for a second time I'm Brad Siegel And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg news room U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor let New York City start enforcing its requirement that school employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 or lose their jobs in doing so she rejected a bit by teachers and staff members who sought to block the mandate Sotomayor who is assigned to consider emergency requests out of the New York based second U.S. circuit Court of Appeals made no comment in turning down the emergency request The city can now enforce the requirement which was set to take effect Friday for its 148,000 teachers and staff The challengers told the court the mandate will cause thousands of unvaccinated public school employees to lose their jobs Bill gross has been found guilty of contempt of court for ignoring a judge's order not to annoy his neighbor with loud music He was sentenced to 5 days in jail More from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet That sentence however was suspended because of COVID-19 and Orange County's superior court judge found gross and his wife Amy guilty of contempt of court ruling that they flagrantly violated an order she issued last year prohibiting them from playing music too loudly in their backyard The judge find the grossest $1000 each and order them to do two days of community service It's a surreal turn of events for the man once known as the Bon king Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Breakfast chain first watch restaurant group jumped 22.9% yesterday That was its first day of trading as investor interest grows in consumer companies Tobias Lev chief U.S. equity strategist at Citigroup die Friday Is said to have died from injuries He received a month ago when he was struck by a car while crossing a road in woodmere Long Island levkovich was 60 Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm susannah Palmer This is Bloomberg.

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"orange county superior court" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

John and Ken on Demand

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"orange county superior court" Discussed on John and Ken on Demand

"All right we're going to go now to that news conference on the road. Rage jeep brand an orange county district attorney. Thought spitzer. Good afternoon yesterday. The california highway patrol announced. The arrest of two suspects wanted in connection with the killing of six year. Old aiden anthony. Leo's there are few words to describe the feeling produced by the despicable actions of that day. The murder took place. Approximately two miles northeast where we stand today on. State route fifty five. The goes without saying no parent should be made to suffer the pain and loss joanna joey alexis and the rest of extended family experience that day and we'll continue to experience since that time of the original call members of the california highway patrol have been laser focused on the apprehension of the person or persons responsible for aden's murder santa ana investigators along with investigators from the border division investigative services unit proceeded to conduct an intensive manhunt utilizing the resources of allied agencies. The orange county district attorney's office and most importantly leaders within the orange county and southern california communities law enforcement agencies depend on the partnerships we have within the that we have with each other as well as partnerships with the communities we serve. I have never in my twenty five year career. Have i witnessed those components work together so strongly to solve a crime as i have during this investigation. I'm pleased to report. Two suspects have been apprehended. And we'll be appropriately. Charged in the murder of eight lives both suspects a male and female or residents of costa mesa. We have recovered. What we believe. Are the weapon. Automobile used in the crime information from public throughout this process has been extremely helpful on behalf of chp. Commissioner amanda ray border division chief omar watson and all the members of the california patrol. We are deeply grateful for the professionalism and timeless tireless commitment of our employees as well as the indescribable outpouring of concern from the southern california community. The department has been in regular contact with the victim's family. And i assure you they as are we committed to seeing justice served. We are currently invested. Excuse me we currently have. Investigators engage in the work required to achieve justice. I would be. I will be limited in the information. I'll be able to share today. I look forward to sharing all aspect of our investigation in the appropriate venue and at the appropriate time with that in mind. I would like to turn the podium over to orange county district. Attorney todd spitzer. We'll be answering any questions. And i'll answer any questions upon his conclusion of his remarks so good afternoon. My name is aiden laos. what's your name you know. I listened to and watched the memorial service on saturday of this little boy and i know the question has been going through. Everybody's mind. why is there so much community support. Outpouring i wanna thank supervisor wagner and supervisor fully for really stepping up and bringing so much attention and reward money to the table but i really think the reason we're over the crack this case through the excellent excellent work at the california highway patrol and i wanna thank commissioner ray and assistant chief good brand and also captain harris for their team. Amazing if you think about what they accomplished. But why why so much interest in this little boy and i think i i know the answer. It's because it could happen to any one of us. We all drive the freeways southern california. We've all gotten upset at other. Motorists other motorists have been upset at us. I've thrown some gestures about myself but it's never come to a situation of violence and certainly not in my realm or your realm to the loss of life and today we have a mom who today i mean just within hours a mother and father a sister and brother who buried this little boy and i know we're all we're all literally torn up about it but we're also professionals and for the last two weeks. This amazing team assembled by the california highway. Patrol's elite agency did whatever it would take to bring these individuals into custody and they accomplish that yesterday. We didn't know exactly how long it would take or when it would happen but when i got the text message that there was going to be these arrests yesterday i was both elated and sad elated by the fact that we would have to individuals in custody but really really sad. There was a memorial service on saturday and the burial today tomorrow morning. At ten o'clock these two individuals will be arraigned in the orange county superior court. We have been given the case to our office. Our lead prosecutor whitney hausky. We are reviewing the evidence. And we're looking at every single legal theory in conjunction with that evidence and we will be making filing decisions with respect to both individuals either later today but certainly with the deadline tomorrow as you all know an individual must be arraigned within forty eight hours of their arrest or they have to be released and we will be ready and willing and able to file those charges. I wanna thank the community. I think that's another thing here. That's just been unbelievably phenomenal. The assault on law enforcement.

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"orange county superior court" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

Distorted View Daily

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"orange county superior court" Discussed on Distorted View Daily

"Some of our higher tier patrons so be on the lookout for that in the mail. All right three very quick stories now for step a twenty two year old man pled guilty monday and was immediately sentenced to more than six years in prison. What did he do well. He broke into the residence of three female college students. In the city of orange california time. I said no time to keep this show tight today all right so this twenty two year old guy broke into the residents of three female college students in orange helping himself to refreshments and using a laptop computer belonging to one of the residents to download porn and masturbate. Jonathan jose ruez of orange accepted a plea deal from orange county superior court judge gerry. Poulson sentenced the defendant to six years and eight months behind bars. Does that seem excessive to anyone else. I mean yeah. He broke into a residence but he didn't steal anything. as a matter of fact he did the opposite. He left something a little extra there. That's right after he broken in. He plopped down on the couch. Or whatever got on the computer loaded up some porn and just all over the keyboard. That's the real crime here. I was one of those girls. I'd be like okay. Well that computers going in the trash. Now i will never use that again. Guy is a very bad criminal. The one thing you never want to leave behind his dna evidence. This guy left buckets of it. He was like spreading around on the keyboard as it really get it in between the keys but he was one of those in cells and he he was just trying to stick to these girls. I would've make her keyboard unusable. The space bar is gonna stick from now on stupid entitled bitches with their macbook. Pros have apple care. Kant in cells talk. The man was given credit for five hundred and eleven days behind bars according to the court records. He pleaded guilty to single. Felony counts each of burglary and vandalism when he was arrested back at 2018 eighteen. Christ justice is not swift. Police said that offended broke into the home on the evening of october fourth two thousand eighteen went through the residents underwear and then left his semen on the computer after downloading porn images and viewing them online rose also helped himself to some milk and cookies. Doesn't that just sound like the perfect evening. Aside from all of the crimes committed you relax watch some porn jerk. Have some milk and cookies and go to bed. Call it a day to me. That sounds like paradise all right Second story we have for you today. It's not unusual for rocks. And other debris to crash through a windshield injure a driver or passenger. How about a turtle. Oh you weren't expecting a turtle to come out of nowhere and knock you in the head. That's what makes him a ninja. I were the police. I one beat so worried about the turtle wondering why the turtle was after this driver. You'd better check to make sure he doesn't have any.

six years monday macbook eight months today Jonathan jose ruez 2018 eighteen Second story more than six years orange california Poulson twenty two year old apple evening of october fourth one each two thousand five hundred and single three female college students