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"peter hi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:07 min | 8 months ago

"peter hi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Agent we were all pretty scared I mean we were watching the livestreams on TV transceivers going on outside because we can see anything investigators say the gunman turned his weapon on himself the C. E. O. of most of course confirm the man wasn't active brewery employee and so were his five victims if I if I want to go on to talk to this guy who is really may have the one that guys add order for a fact because I wanna walk grade in the fifth what was going on the only rock on CBS news New York it's a call you don't wanna get from police that someone's trying to kill you and it happened to one teenager now forty eight hours correspondent Peter van Sant reports on the murder for hire dark web network that prompted the call and the man behind it Peter joins us from New York good talk to Peter hi Steve Peter this is a different kind of story than what you usually report what's interesting about this well this is the end of a two year long investigation it's taken us to six states in the United states and eight countries in the world of information we've provided to law enforcement about this murder for hire website has resulted in four people being arrested and convicted charges of solicitation of murder even attempted first degree murder and we have been trying over the last several years to find the person who runs these murder for hire sites I see sites because he'll have one up for a period of a couple of months the switches it to another name to try to stay ahead of law enforcement in this is on the dark web you know that seedy underside of the internet that's difficult to get to and criminals roam around there and buying illegal weapons and things and try to have people killed well we think we've gotten close to finding out who your is and we end up confronting a person in queens outside New York City on the street which is the dramatic conclusion of this new investigative our is confronting the person who are dark web expert a former U. S. Intel woman she believes is Europe the mastermind why would your and others like him want to target someone like this teenager Alexis stern you're a is just the Amazon of all of this you go onto the dark web you know people can download a browser called Tor T. O. R. you get into the dark web in by the way you soon as you download Tor we are told the federal government starts keeping tabs on you and you would go to his website I am telling you it's as easy as going to Amazon dot com you can click and select the kind of things you want to have happen the negotiation goes on back and forth if you wanna a former Chechens sniper to do the killing it's going to cost you more they work out details the target name hundreds of people have made inquires on these murder for hire websites and we going on this hour you meet some of these people who have been targets it's terrifying I mean like you said at the start of the Steve matching getting this phone call this is this was an eighteen year old girl in big lake Minnesota Google maps that in the middle of nowhere Minnesota who learns that she is being targeted for murder and the next thing you know she's being interviewed by the FBI and homeland security it's really an extraordinary story and the investigation is in this case incredibly satisfying forty eight hours correspondent Peter van Sant on the weekend roundup on his extensive years long reporting on an international dark web plot thanks Peter thank you a judge has set an October fifth trial date for actress Lori Loughlin and her husband along with six other parents accused of taking part in a college admissions scheme it comes as we learn more about Lachlan's case reports correspondent Nikki Batiste it's been nearly a year since Rick singer pleaded guilty to charges including racketeering and fraud as part of an alleged scheme to bribe students admission.

"peter hi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

04:08 min | 8 months ago

"peter hi" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"We were all pretty scared I mean we were watching the livestreams on TV transceivers going on outside because we can see anything investigators say the gunman turned his weapon on himself the C. E. O. of most of course confirm the man wasn't active brewery employee and so were his five victims if I if I want to go on to talk to this guy who is relieved me I'd be one of them guys a I don't have for a fact because I would've walked right in the face what was going on the only rock on CBS news New York it's a call you don't wanna get from police that someone's trying to kill you and it happened to one teenager now forty eight hours correspondent Peter van Sant reports on the murder for hire dark web network that prompted the call and the man behind it Peter joins us from New York to talk to Peter hi Steve Peter this is a different kind of story than what you usually report what's interesting about this well this is the end of a two year long investigation it's taken us to six states in the United states and eight countries in the world of information we've provided to law enforcement about this murder for hire website has resulted in four people being arrested and convicted charges of solicitation of murder even attempted first degree murder and we have been trying over the last several years to find the person who runs these murder for hire sites I see sites because he'll have one up for a period of a couple of months many switches it to another name to try to stay ahead of law enforcement in this is on the dark web you know that seedy underside of the internet that's difficult to get to and criminals roam around there and buying illegal weapons and things and try to have people killed well we think we've gotten close to finding out who your is and we end up confronting a person in queens outside New York City on the street which is the dramatic conclusion of this new investigative our is confronting the person who are dark web expert a former U. S. Intel woman she believes is Europe the mastermind why would your and others like him want to target someone like this teenager Alexis stern you're a is just the Amazon of all of this you go onto the dark web you know people can download a browser called Tor T. O. R. you get into the dark web in by the way you soon as you download Tor we are told the federal government starts keeping tabs on you and how you would go to his website I am telling you it's as easy as going to Amazon dot com you can click and select the kind of things you want to have happen the negotiation goes on back and forth if you wanna a former Chechens sniper to do the killing it's going to cost you more they work out details the target name hundreds of people have made inquires on these murder for hire websites and we go in on this hour you meet some of these people who have been targets it's terrifying I mean like you said at the start of the Steve imagine getting this phone call this is this was an eighteen year old girl in big lake Minnesota Google maps that in the middle of nowhere Minnesota who learns that she is being targeted for murder and the next thing you know she's being interviewed by the FBI and homeland security it's really an extraordinary story and the investigation is in this case incredibly satisfying forty eight hours correspondent Peter van Sant on the weekend roundup on his extensive years long reporting on an international dark web plot thanks Peter thank you a judge has set an October fifth trial date for actress Lori Loughlin and her husband along with six other parents accused of taking part in a college admissions scheme it comes as we learn more about Lachlan's case reports correspondent Nikki Batiste it's been nearly a year since Rick singer pleaded guilty to charges including racketeering and fraud as part of an alleged scheme to buy students admission.

33 Turkish soldiers killed by airstrike in northwestern Syria

Morning Edition

04:16 min | 8 months ago

33 Turkish soldiers killed by airstrike in northwestern Syria

"Greene of violence in northwestern Syria has been a humanitarian crisis for months now with a million Syrians huddling in camps near the Turkish border as they flee a Syrian and Russian offensive into rebel territory one L. conflict there between Turkey Russian and Syrian forces could be spiraling dramatically Turkey which supports the rebels says at least thirty three of its soldiers were killed in the Syrian airstrike that instantly doubled the number of Turkish casualties in February Turkey says it's killed many Syrian forces and will now step up its attacks let's talk through what's happening with NPR's Peter Kenyon who joins us from Istanbul hi Peter hi David so what is the latest hearing this escalation well it's Turkey's worst one day loss of license you got involved in this conflict some four years ago is being blamed on the Syrian military but of course Russia is Syria's closest and biggest ally in this conflict Turkey is you mentioned has been supporting some of the rebel groups who tried to oust Syrian president Bashar al Assad from power with rush's big help Damascus effectively beat that effort back many rebels have wound up mast in northwest it live province and that's where the regime has been focusing its attacks now this latest incident one concern and could this lead to some kind of direct conflict between Russia and Turkey which is a NATO ally in NATO convened an extraordinary meeting of the north Atlantic council today after his request NATO says it's looking into what kind of support it can provide but Turkey specific call for a no fly zone in Syria has not gotten any takers so far but I mean you had Turkey's president erdo one meetings late into the night with with his security team I mean could they be coming up with some sort of major response here that they could really escalate things it's certainly possible everyone says Turkey will not take one step back from it live on Chris promising the Syrian regime will pay a heavy price now the action to back that up is what we're waiting to see the military's talking about going after some two hundred targets in Syria not a lot of detail yet Turkey has also leveled another threat saying refugees desperate to escape the conflict may soon be on their way toward Europe again at last time that happened European countries as some major protests about the flood of refugees hastily put together a multi billion euro deal with Turkey had to keep them here and not send them on to Europe now that threat is back on the table perhaps it's a spur to get Europe more involved in de escalating the situation everyone also spoke with Russian leader Vladimir Putin by phone and they reported that more needs to be done but it's not clear what exactly that means okay so the leaders of Russia Turkey speak as you said I mean one big concerns if this became a larger conflict between Russia and NATO ally for the moment Turkey blaming Syria for all this what what does that tell us about where this might be going too well the Syrian military is being blamed clearly Russia along with Iran is the major allied to Syria Russia's defense ministry is saying its forces weren't responsible and it also says Moscow never even knew Turkish forces were in that area Turkey's defense minister explicitly rejects that saying Moscow knew very well Turkey is not interested in conflict with the bigger Russian military that's pretty clear does that mean there's room for talks and kinda go she Asians possibly although they've already tried that Turkey and Russia help come up with the so called Astana process cease fire for a while but then it fell apart secretary general of the U. N. is calling for another ceasefire but right now Moscow sending two warships towards the Syrian coast just remind us what the overall situation this part of Syria I mean it's it's it's a humanitarian disaster yes and one that could get even worse as the Syrian military attacks a million people have been fleeing toward the Turkish border freezing winter weather aid groups say let the men Turkey says no we need a safe zone inside Syria but northwest Syria right now seems anything but safe Peter Kenyon reporting from Istanbul Peter thanks thanks David it's time now for StoryCorps on this final Friday black history month we have a conversation with the first African American woman to join the Coast

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When To Sell Stocks: How Long Should You Hold Your Winners?

Motley Fool Answers

03:58 min | 8 months ago

When To Sell Stocks: How Long Should You Hold Your Winners?

"First question comes from Peter. Hi Allison love the show both Motley fool answers in the Museum of fine. Art are both abbreviated. Fa coincidence. I mean I'd probably Ryan grows. Wouldn't you agree this class last as it get? Yeah I've heard quote someone on the show. Call Him Robert say that money should be invested in stocks. Only if it won't be needed for at least five years. How does this work? What if I don't need my money for six years? Should I invested in stocks but after one year goes by that means. I need the money in five years so by Robert's rule it shouldn't be invested in stocks anymore. Investing for one year only seems really risky. Well I'll speak for Robert here and to you and point out that I'm actually pretty squishy on this. Sometimes they say five years I say three to five years partially because I think it does depend on the situation in the individual and it also depends on history so. Let's look at some historical numbers fleas so using data from the website. Nyu FINANCE PROFESSOR ASKS. Waft mortaring equity professor. When I was that he was my equity valuation. Professor like it was difficult. It was a lot of math and back. Then we didn't really have a lot of like calculators and stuff just slide rule and abigail advocates on fire. Well anyway so I pulled out my abacus and I calculated the percentage of instances over different holding periods with stock market made money stock Martin meaning. Us Life got stocks from nine hundred. Twenty eight thousand nineteen so for a one year holding period. The market makes money seventy-three percent time so three out of four years. It's pretty good. Three years eighty three percent of the time. Five years eight percent time so not a big difference between the three and five years ten years. It's ninety four percent twenty years one hundred percent so the longer you hold on you are more likely to make money but even a ten year holding period isn't guarantee that you're gonNA make money so if I were really looking at a hypothetical six year holding period my first question would be. How much have I already saving? Is it almost enough to cover the cost? If I've already saved most of what I need I probably wouldn't take a whole lot of risk with it That said if I needed a little extra growth and I had six years I would probably make sort of A. It doesn't have to be an all or nothing decision. I would probably put it mostly in stocks but gradually reduced the stock exposure as I got closer to the point where when I was two or three years away it probably would be mostly in bonds and CDs and this is what I do with my kids college Savings once they got into high school even now that my son is in college a little bit of it is in the stock market but not all of it. Yeah I do you remember a couple years ago. I asked you advice about the college situation. What I decided to do was put two years of college into cash and then after one year went away I put another year in cash so there was always two years of rolling cash available. Because I didn't if the market crash paying for college could have been dicey. It was very painful to take out two years of college because I don't know if you've noticed colleges experiments expense to the market and just have it sit in some you know. Low interest. Bearing account was not the most fun thing in the world. But you know what it did. Reduce my stress a lot. Because I just didn't have to worry about Ron. What's your longest held? Position Investor owned Disney stock for about eighteen years. Oh Wow yeah it's awesome. It's been it's been good to me so far string of the eagles over the weekend said if you ever go to. Disneyworld do just walk around pointing out those. I bought that stock for my kids both around the time they were born old. And my daughter's twenty two now so yes it's been a

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Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

All Things Considered

04:07 min | 8 months ago

Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

"In Iran they're voting for parliament today now turn out for this phone has been in question and there are a couple reasons for that first there is not much variety politically among the candidates on the ballot and second reports of a couple of deadly cases of coronavirus have people jittery about gathering in crowds NPR's Peter Kenyon is in Tehran he's been out in those crowds today Peter hi Mary Louise so when I said there's not much variety on the ballot that is because it is tilted toward hardline candidates is that right how come well that is right and this tilting was done by a group known as the guardian council which is charged with vetting candidates for office when they did that for these elections are running media report the council simply struck off the list some seven thousand moderate and reform candidates thereby immediately eliminating any chance of those factions making significant gains in parliament this year so really the only question now is how many hard liners will be joining or rejoining the parliament and there's also been some moves by critics of the regime to just tell people boycott and use that as a way of registering her displeasure with the regime that was yes that that was the reformist mantra don't show up boycotted which of course solidifies the hardliners gains but it's also a form of protest yes much does today's election actually matter I think most Americans are aware that around is ultimately ruled by a by a supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei so how much power does Iran's parliament actually have they have some they do have a role in the system despite the supreme leader's high ranking final say on everything in recent years parliament in fact has been seen as kind of an arbiter between the hardline supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his supporters on the one hand and the more pragmatic president Hassan Rouhani and his moderate and even reformist backers on the other Rouhani said limited success pushing his agenda and he course was badly hurt when the trump administration came into Washington and pulled out of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement which had been his crowning foreign policy deal so now it'll be worth watching to see if the people who voted to honey and twice will now step back and let the hardliners returned to a bigger share of influence at least in the legislature so pain is a picture of Alexion day in a row and you've been out talking to people what's the atmosphere well no shortage of opinions everybody wanted to talk that was not an issue as I'm sure you've experienced it yourself you can find all manner of use on the streets here I have one here for you from a ban as a seventy six year old woman she told me she gets a lot of satisfaction out of voting for a hardline conservative legislators well I run ins don't call them hardliners by the way they call them principle us and that means standing up for the principles of the nineteen seventy nine Islamic revolution but Bennett says she likes these principles because of the way they stand up to the United States and its allies here's how she put it I support a hundred percent support their babies stand against America begins that is right against all these nonsense political at Palmers but the other major wave of opinion in Tehran is about the urgent need for lawmakers to start doing things to improve the lives of the people here turnout was also down this time back in twenty sixteen it was over sixty percent and this time the estimate is is going to come in at about fifty percent of eligible voters and meanwhile there's this other factors to Orion's who reportedly have died of corona virus what has been the effect of that on on the elections and then just generally in the country well it big news of the day everyone's talking about it the cases were actually down in the city of Qom they weren't here in Toronto but they have sparked fear that it could spread that certainly has a habit of doing that and some anger as well people are asking why the government didn't report these cases until after the victims were dead there's some concern the virus might have spread farther and faster because the alarm wasn't sounded soon enough and there's worries of course about the health system being able to deal with the corona virus

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Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

All Things Considered

04:13 min | 8 months ago

Iranians vote in parliament elections favoring conservatives

"Kelly in Iran they're voting for parliament today now turn out for this phone has been in question and there are a couple reasons for that first there is not much variety politically among the candidates on the ballot and second reports of a couple of deadly cases of coronavirus have people jittery about gathering in crowds and Pierce Peter Kenyon is in Tehran he's been out in those crowds today Peter hi Mary Louise so when I said there's not much variety on the ballot that is because it is tilted toward hardline candidates is that right how come well that is right and this tilting was done by a group known as the guardian council which is charged with vetting candidates for office when they did that for these elections are running media report the council simply struck off the list some seven thousand moderate and reform candidates thereby immediately eliminating any chance of those factions making significant gains in parliament this year so really the only question now is how many hard liners will be joining or rejoining the parliament and there's also been some moves by critics of the regime to just tell people boycott and use that as a way of registering her displeasure with the regime that was the yes that that was the reformist mantra don't show up boycotted which of course solidifies the hardliners gains but it's also a form of protest yes much does today's election actually matter I think most Americans are aware that around is ultimately ruled by a by a supreme leader Ayatollah Khamenei so how much power does Iran's parliament actually have they have some they do have a role in the system despite the supreme leader's high ranking final say on everything in recent years parliament in fact it's been seen as kind of an arbiter between the hardline supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and his supporters on the one hand and the more pragmatic president Hassan Rouhani and his moderate and even reformists backers on the other Rouhani said limited success pushing his agenda and he course was badly hurt when the trump administration came in to Washington and pulled out of the twenty fifteen nuclear agreement which had been his crowning foreign policy deal so now it'll be worth watching to see if the people who voted to honey and twice will now step back and let the hardliners returned to a bigger share of influence at least in the legislature also paints a picture of Alexion day in a row and you've been out talking to people what's the atmosphere well no shortage of opinions everybody wanted to talk that was not an issue and I'm sure you've experienced it yourself you can find all manner of use on the streets here I have one here for you from a vein as a seventy six year old woman she told me she gets a lot of satisfaction out of voting for hardline conservative legislators well I run ins don't call them hardliners by the way they call them principle is and that means standing up for the principles of the nineteen seventy nine Islamic revolution but Bennett says she likes these principles because of the way they stand up to the United States and its allies here's how she put it I support a hundred percent support their babies stand against America begins that is right against all these nonsense political at Palmers but the other major wave of opinion in Tehran is about the urgent need for lawmakers to start doing things to improve the lives of the people here turnout was also down this time back in twenty sixteen it was over sixty percent and this time the estimate is this going to come in at about fifty percent of eligible voters and meanwhile there's this other factors to Orion's who reportedly have died of corona virus what has been the effect of that on on the elections and then just generally in the country well it big news of the day everyone's talking about it the cases were actually down in the city of Qom they weren't here in Tehran but they have sparked fear that it could spread it certainly has a habit of doing that and some anger as well people are asking why the government didn't report these cases until after the victims were dead there's some concern the virus might have spread farther and faster because the alarm wasn't sounded soon enough and there's worries of course about the health system being able to deal with the corona virus outbreak NPR's Peter Kenyon they're reporting from Tehran thank you Peter thanks very

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"peter hi" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"peter hi" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Hi Mister Lankford no Mr Lahey hi Mister Lee no this is Leffler no Mr mansion hi Mister Markey hi Mr McConnell Michelle is big Sally no Mr men and as hi Mister Merkley hi Mister Moran no cal ski hello Mister Murphy hi this is Marie hi Mister Paul no Mr Purdue no Mister Peters hi Mister Portman no Mr Reid hi Mister rash no Mister Roberts no Mr Romney hi ms Rosen hi Mister rounds no Mr Rubio no Mr Sanders hi Mister sass no Mr shots hi.

Turkey Deporting ISIS Terrorists Back to US and Europe

Morning Edition

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Turkey Deporting ISIS Terrorists Back to US and Europe

"ISIS fighters captured in Syria face many many many years in prison so which country should be stock with the trouble and expense of holding them Turkey says it should not be Turkey the country is holding a number of ISIS fighters in prison and says it will now start returning them to their countries of origin in many cases there from Europe and Turkey says one is American and peers Peter Kenyon is following all this from a stand ball either Peter hi Steve so when we say European countries which countries to come from well the Interior Ministry here says there's seven Germans their schedule to be quote repatriated on Thursday there's also a bunch of proceedings going on no one is aimed at supporting eleven French citizens allegedly captured by Turkish forces in northern Syria other processes are under way for an unspecified number of foreign fighters said to be from Ireland Germany Denmark yeah but where these people are citizens has become complicated by the fact that some countries are stripping these folks of their

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Saudi diplomat says no response to oil attack off the table

Morning Edition

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Saudi diplomat says no response to oil attack off the table

"How far could the United States and Saudi Arabia pusher confrontation with Iran well the allies are considering how to answer an attack on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia the United States cast suspicion on Iran without yet offering evidence in public the Saudis have offered what they say is evidence that the attack was quote sponsored by Iran the Saudis dismissed the armed group in Yemen that claimed responsibility Iran says it is not to blame here so what now let's work through this story with NPR's Peter Kenyon has been following developments from missed and ball hi Peter hi Steve what did Saudi Arabia present well they showed some drones and missiles that they said were clearly a running weapons what they didn't do in so many words was declared that they have any proof that the attack was launched from inside Iran they say that still under investigation so we'll have to see if that's just a matter of time or whether re maybe leaving an option open to avoid escalation yeah I guess if they say sponsored by Iran that actually still gives a little space between saying it was actually Iran committing the attack but have any outside groups independent observers of any kind but able to weigh in on the quality of the evidence at well France has said it doesn't find the other claim which was by the who the rebels in Yemen that they were responsible for the attack Frances that's not a very credible claim and of course Washington's laid out and quite a lot of detail why it doesn't believe the who these are capable of an attack this big this sophisticated carried out over several hundred miles distance and Peter is you know very well this comes amid rising tensions between the US and Iran and the Saudis for that matter have the U. S. in the Saudis on their side found very many allies well. they're they're getting a coalition secretary state Mike Pompeii talked about that it includes the U. S. the UK Australia Bahrain and then most recently the United Arab Emirates joined it's not clear exactly what they'll be doing but the stated goal is to protection thing in Mideast waters including the strait of Hormuz whose rest to the Persian Gulf on the plane to Saudi Arabia by the way secretary of state Pompey was asked about this very expensive missile defense systems that have been sold to the Saudis at which failed to stop the Iranian missile and he had knowledge such systems can't guarantee a country won't be hip to here so we put it we see there the first advent

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Was it death by suicide or murder? "48 Hours" investigates in "Widow's War"

Pat Farnack

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Was it death by suicide or murder? "48 Hours" investigates in "Widow's War"

"This week's forty eight hours investigates, the mysterious death of a decorated marine Colonel in Iraq and his wife's quest to get it labeled a homicide. Joining us live on the news line. Now is forty eight hours correspondent, Peter van Sant? Thank you so much for joining us, Peter. Hi, Pat, what happened to Colonel Michael stolman? Well on July thirty first two thousand eight he sends an Email back to his family in the United States. And it says sorry about what you're about to find out. I love you. And always will you win the girls are the best thing that ever happened to me love, Mike. The question is was that a suicide note was he referring to someone would be finding his body was this a personal relationship that his wife was gonna learn about a new deployment. Well, what we do know as hours later after sending that Email Colonel stolman is shot in the head the military believes, it's a self inflicted wound. The family is convinced it is a murder and in this forty eight hours, we call widows war. It's a ten year struggle by his wife to try to get that manner of death changed from suicide to homicide. Why don't Stalin's wife and daughter believe what the medical examiner is saying about his death. To them. He had never shown signs of depression. He had written back to them many times was he was going to be coming home in a few weeks of I some Aren are he wrote missing new terribly. Everything is great and simply his character. He was a poster boy marine that they just never saw any kind of behavior that would suggest to them that he would ever consider taking his own life. And it's believed the morning of his shooting that he went out for a run. He was a triathlete and you go out for a jog. And then shoot yourself. That's chilling. Thank you for

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"peter hi" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

13:48 min | 1 year ago

"peter hi" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Coast to coast. Peter hi with a superior one of the. Stories that I have been part of in terms of a researcher has been the Jon Benet Ramsey case. A little girl who died in one thousand nine hundred ninety six she was six years old. You know, she would have been close to twenty nine years old today. Same age as my daughter. Can you believe that we're has the time gone? But just last month a sick convicted pedophile who's in jail for ten years has admitted letters to his friend that he killed her accidentally. What do you think of that story? There was he's the second pedophile that has come full number a couple of years ago. John Mark car out of Tyler you got arrested in Thailand. Yes. As a matter of fact, the district attorney held a self congratulatory party in celebration brought the cameras in. And what about congratulating each one of them who worked on this to bring him to Justice? And no one had bothered to check. If he was in Boulder Colorado in nineteen Ninety-six to find out if he was even possibly. And it ended up being a hoax, and it was just a an embarrassment. Now. This guy was in boulder though. Yeah. If we look at the case from the very beginning. The first thing we have is the nine one one call. And in that nine one one call it. I haven't analyzed that the Stephen analysis blog, I show clearly that the caller has guilty knowledge of what happened to Jon Benet. Really? Yep. She was deceptive patchy was deceptive. Then we have the ransom note when that's analyze that. We, you know, we called up the romance novel of ransom note shorten and this was easy to pick up on the dissection. That ransom note was written by the Ramseys. And then we have their statements that public statements. So we begin. And this is how I'd like people to do is go into the case believing the parents didn't do it. And they're telling the truth. And then listen to everything to parents say. And it said about it. And then you can look at the behavioral analysis were they cooperative were they forthcoming with a facilitating the flow of information to to find her what I did a short video George on this particular case because it it bothered me. My daughter's the same age of Jon Benet. And and I had happened to see this on the news when I was playing with her. And it it caught my attention the same same ages by. And I became engrossed in it. I. I had listened to what they had to say about it the detective who aligned himself. Where he since passed onto. Yup. And a good guy terribly wrong. And. The Ramseys use the language of an unintentional death and a cover up. I think there's some people. Remember John Douglas, the profile from the FBI any he basically derailed his own career because he was hired to profile just John as someone with the question was would someone of John's background us. Would he go Garrett? A victim. He slowly officiate of dictum. And that way, and so John Douglas said, no he doesn't fit that profile. And that was taken as if he is top profile says the Ramseys didn't do it. And that's not true. And he probably regrets it to this day because he had that that's only selling books and doing quite well. One of the most chilling things that I heard of this case was John describing finding his daughter. And I I do a separate video on this alone. He said I opened the door turned on the light. And there she was. And what we have is three indicators there. Of what happened to Jon Benet? Opening a door turning on a light, and then going into a passive type of description dare she was not that's my daughter. That's where the kidnapping that sort of thing. He distances himself. But it's a linguistic connection between doors and lights in childhood sexual abuse out. Why why are you? Giving this pedophile who's in jail who admitted that he killed her accidentally free right here. They had in the news. Some of the things that he had written to his friend. He had gotten those information from the news itself. Interesting because he was obsessed with three hundred and twenty-five photos of her on his phone. Yes. Most of which you can get online. I'm told exactly right. And and also the remember the the pageants. It may not seem shocking to us today. Or at least the people today. It was to me back in nineteen Ninety-six. She was dressed up like Las Vegas showgirl. She was in a sexualize pose. Where she had her hair bleach. She had to Keith captain. She was dressed in a in a way, and she was taught is horrible. Yes. You're. People today. Don't believe that's horrible. I believe it's horrible. You believe it's horrible. If you're in a good one, you know, it's horrible, of course, cultural shift. They had designed this way on purpose in both parents language, we find. The hints of their own trauma from childhood. And if you think about it, what do you mean about opening a door? Why would that mean anything whenever it's on necessarily used tie back to childhood you think about a little child who was abused? What will child trauma be like they will? Remember, the crease and open the door it sticks in their language. It shows up in different places. I've talked to people and interviewed hundreds of people that have we this in their language, and I said to them. I have inside information that suggests that you experienced some child abuse. And if I'm correct eighty percent likely to be sexual abuse. And it is always led to admission to cheers to what can I do to get over this. How did you know because it's in their language it impacted them hormonally horrifically childhood. So not everyone that that is molested childhood goes onto molest, however of those who do we find almost one hundred percent admission that they were molested and they were screwed up. They it's just not normal for some the wake up one day and say I'm attracted to a child it came from somewhere, but because it came from somewhere, it's in the language if we're listening. I have a kind of a comical story about that a little light hearted. This was being taught by an instructor many years ago, and each of the this was police officers of time where to write up what they did on a day off, and and he would talk through with their own self analysis. And he said if any of you have written that you turned off the lights when you went to bed, please circle that and somebody said, well, what does that mean? Well, whites generally have to do with energy. So when we go to bed we turn the lights off, but very few people feel the need to tell us. They turn the lights off. And they said, well, what does that mean? He said gently it means sexual activity lights going off very negative. One particular detective was very offended, and he kind of left in a huff and. Some time passed and he later on contact with the instructor and said, you know, that was really good. Thanks so much sent a letter. I really enjoyed it. I learned a lot. Sincerely, yours Detective John DOE PS, but lights are back on high love it. So it comes into language for a reason. And some of the best therapists in our country. Or intuitively good at picking up that language. So when someone says how cold it is Pete. How cold it is? They're able to say, hey, are you lonely? I would guess psychiatrist pick these things up too. Don't they do, and they get paid a lot of money because they're very good at what they do. Yeah. But they listening very carefully. Let's take some calls for you, Peter. They're lining up like crazy here. Let's go to Columbus. Ohio Chris's with us. Chris welcome to the program. Hi, George, I guess therapath. Had a couple of comedy things. I wanted to run by the lightning show up about this turning out. The light only one guy that I know it talked about turning to light out before he hit the bed. That was Mohammed Ali. He said, I'm so fast. I can turn out the light and be in bed before it gets dark. Yeah. I remember that one of his fights saying. What I was calling about was. I wanted to ask him if he's ever done any back masking, which is you take a tape recorder or digital you record a newscast, and I've got some beauties from Trump or you run it back where he says, it's a lie. I told the truth, I told a lie reverse speech. But you know, Neil Armstrong. I caught I caught a lot of good stuff there. But Ronnie Howard guy played Opie on Andy, and is a director down here in Hollywood when he was doing what was that show? Oh, happy days in another guy snuck into the studio that was being used by gentle, Ben, and this is on YouTube and said they looked over. And there was a moon landing being filmed so ever since then I've always questioned Neil Armstrong in the landing and there's been shows done where Russians were in two weeks a launching. So it was a fake now. I believe we went to the moon the second mission, but not the I'm strong one. Maybe someday, we'll get the truth. Peter. What do you think? Again, you you know, you went through the Armstrong thing. Instead, he was deceptive, but not necessarily in the landing you believe we we did go. Yes. It should be the issue back Baskin. The average person has about twenty five thousand words in their head in their personal dictionary twenty thousand twenty five thousand someone may have thirty thirty five thousand, but the average person has about twenty five thousand words in their personal dictionary. If I asked him what did you do this morning? They go into that dictionary. And they must give the information that they wanna give they can't tell me everything they did this morning. So would never ends. They must choose what to say what to leave out. What words to use? What words not to us where to place each word next to each other in syntax to make sense, what pronouns to us what verb tenses to us all in less than a microseconds of time. It gives us our information. So if that person is deceptive about what happened this morning, it's very likely they're going to withhold information. It's going to cause a disruption to that microprocessing. And I'll get the right there the backward. Masking of language hasn't shown any credibility as we listen to people tell the truth, and it's not very exciting to say. But it's it's not proven anything. It is weird though. How that sounds when they play it backwards. It is and I've heard Paul is dead. Yeah. Remember that? I do Nancy Victoria, Texas it away Nance. Go ahead. Hi, nancy. Go ahead. Okay. I have to most notorious tasted that I would like your guests to have like his thoughts. And opinions. All right. Go ahead. Okay. One was just recently just last year with the cavenaugh versus Dr Christine forward testimony. Okay. If you study that we'll check that what's the other one and the other one from back in twenty eleven when Casey Anthony was found not guilty for murder. Okay. Did you look at any of those Peter both of them. We use them for training. Okay. What are your thoughts? In the Justice cabinet case, Dr. Four blazel. Yeah. She was deceptive. She was not driven. She put on a great performance. But she was not telling the truth, and I I did a video at YouTube on that he was not able to issue a reliable denial because she did not give him something to deny. If I said, George you stole my wallet somewhere in the eighties. You could say you would say, Peter. I never still you're what I don't remember ever seeing you right? I don't even know you or whatever you exactly so there's going to be vagueness about that. But he asserted that he was telling the truth. 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KTRH

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on KTRH

"Hundred nine four one seven three to six let's go ahead and go to pay no high oh Peter. Is on the phone Peter Hi. Mr. central. ROY. Thanks he's taking call me. J don't call me, Mr. but then go. Ahead Hey I just don't, know and I'm just Yeah we, know criminal activity And? Speaking, regards to Hillary Clinton We have crews for that? And why are we not pursuing why not AG sessions. For school and those criminal act you got. A little rain going on there, Peter sounds like e Lama drummer you either keeping a, really steady beat? Where you got or you right or a click or, or your you got your. Wipers it's one of the two I. Suspect. That your. Wife, but anyways yes. Good question yes go good, question so what about so supposedly there's an investigation mayor going on by the US attorney's office in Utah that was appointed a look at all of those issues related to secretary Clinton that's supposed to be ongoing and you wouldn't necessarily know. What's going on in that investment you did investigation like that's the public. Would know, as it's going on I. Mean that should be the case but the reality is. This is such a public thing if, this was a very active investigation we would know it and it's a source of great frustration that none of these things are being pursued with. The enthusiasm that they should be Sued all, the things that that Greg. Jarrett was talking about, before John Solomon these things did. Normally a federal prosecutor jumps on and, here here here they've been investigating for a year and a half two years to find a crime to investigate and they haven't found it yet And here we have a. Bunch of alleged crimes and the not investigating love. Violating the federal records act violating the Privacy Act obstruct obstructing Justice paying paying a foreign national to compile a false dossier on on on Donald Trump Putting it in as a basis for five wire knowing how would you be the, judge that that issued those first couple of times they couldn't get the FIS warrant I think the judge should refer the whole thing for criminal prosecution maybe that Fire under the one of the things I've wondered you know what you look through all of this and you look at and I and I do think it's important to understand the context and the nature what's taken place. Here the the investigation it from its inception was fraught with. Conflict and corruption and every day it's something new. And these are not facts let's talk about facts that are not in dispute it is not in dispute, that Christopher Steele was the primary author with. With fusion GPS of. The dossier which, James Comey said was salacious and unverified we know that fact so Christopher Steele that's a fact we know that the. FBI ultimately fired Christopher Steele because he was leaking yet at the, same time we also know as, fact undisputed that Bruce for the number four the Justice department at the time wife. Nellie or root for fusion GPS and was assigned to work with. Christopher Steele On the dossier. This is the number four the Justice department spouse. Working for Christopher with fusion GPS and Christopher Steele Christopher Steele gets fired because of leaking it seems to, be the issue over there and then you. Have conversations going on. With Bruce floor, and trying to get him back in Bruce oh by the way still at the United States Department of Justice interest. All of this naming brought up the strike and page situate this, is begging for an investigation serious, one a grand jury investigation also if Rosenstein is is appointing special counsel independent counsel As he did basically. Being, manipulated by Komi why the had point, one here Yeah I thought about that. Too, yeah I've raised that. Issue all. Right.

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"peter hi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Press talking about this stuff Sean Hannity is on the radio back to the Sean, Hannity, show jaysekulow and Rudy Giuliani guest. Co hosting for Sean Hannity we're also taking your phone calls at eight, hundred nine four one seven three two six eight hundred nine four one Sean you. Could follow rule Rudy Giuliani at this on Twitter at, Rudy Giuliani and you could follow me on Twitter. At jaysekulow or at ACL j.. Dot org we. Are, also taking your calls as. I said again eight hundred nine four one seven three to six let's go ahead and go to they know. High oh Peter is on the phone hi Peter Hi Mr. central. Always thank you thank you call. Me j go. Call, me call me Mr. but. Go, ahead Hey I just don't know, and I'm just The fact that we, know criminal activity And speaking of regards to We have crews for that and why are we not pursuing? Why he's not AG sessions Pursuant those criminal acts you got a little rain going, on their computer sounds like e Lama drummer either keeping a really steady beat or your or you. Gave right or a click, or or. Your. Got your. Wipers on one of the. Two I suspect that, your wipers but anyways yes good question you ask a good question so. What about supposedly there's an investigation mayor going on by the US attorney's office in Utah that was appointed a look at all of those issues related to secretary. Clinton that's supposed to be ongoing and you wouldn't necessarily know what's going. On in, anniversary you did investigations like. That's the public would know as it's going on I. Mean that should be the case but, the reality is this is such a public thing if this was a very active investigation we would know it and it's a source of great frustration. That none of these things are being pursued with the enthusiasm that they. Should be pursued all the things that that Greg Jarrett was talking about before John Solomon these are things that normally A federal prosecutor jumps on and here here here they've been investigating for a. Year and a half two years to find a crime to investigate and. They haven't found it yet And here we have a bunch of alleged. Crimes and the not investigating. Love violating the federal records act violating the Privacy Act obstruct obstructing Justice paying paying a foreign national to compile false dossier on on on Donald Trump Putting it in as, a basis for Pfizer wire knowing how would you like to be the judge that that issued those first couple of times they couldn't get the FIS Warren, I think the judge should refer the whole thing for criminal prosecution maybe that'd A lot of fire under the one of the. Things I've wondered you know you look through all of this and you. Look at and I and I do think it's. Important to understand the context and the nature what's taken place here the the investigation from its inception was, fraught with conflict and corruption and every day. It's something new and. These are not, facts on the let's talk about facts that are not in dispute it is not in dispute that Christopher Steele. Was the primary author with with fusion GPS of the dossier which James Comey said was salacious and unverified we know that fact so Christopher Steele that's a fact we know that the FBI fired Christopher Steele because he was leaking yet at, the same time we also know as fact undisputed that Bruce for the number four at the Justice department at the time wife, Nellie or work for fusion GPS and was assigned to work with, Christopher Steele On the dossier. This is the number four the Justice department spouse. Working for Christopher with fusion GPS and Christopher Steele Christopher Steele gets caught fire because of leaking but seems, to be the issue over there and then. You have conversations still. Going on with, Bruce and trying to get him back in Bruce are by the way still United States of Justice interest the. Whole all of this Nyman brought up the Strachan page situate this is begging for an investigation a serious one a grand jury investigation also if Rosenstein is is appointing special counsel independent counsel As he did basically being manipulated by Komi. Why the heck not. A, point one here yeah why thought about, that too Yeah I've raised that issue. All right.

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"peter hi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Denise bondo with more traffic reports more often kenyan extend seventy newsradio still hot today seventies eighties nineties not as humid out there though that's how it's going to be as we head into the next couple of days through the weekend warm nights sunshine some clouds over the next couple of days we'll take you pass that four forty five into next week as some of the mugginess is going to come back eighty eight in burbank now seventy nine downtown la eighty one degrees in irvine it's four thirty seven mayor garcetti has spent a fair amount of time out of california and is possibly considering a run for president l taxpayers may be on the hook for some of those travel and security costs the la times has filed a lawsuit to get that information because the lapd refuses to release it citing security concerns the mayor tells knx it's not his call that's lapd's policy and decision i don't even know all the details by south they've always said we make those calls and when people have extra information they will know where we are what we're doing and for your family's safety and the safety of every mayor before it's better policy not to release the mayor says he's happy to go along with whatever the courts decide serious allegations leveled by police litigation attorney said the la sheriff's compton station specifically the existence of a click of deputies who use excessive force with possible racial overtones two thousand sixteen wrongful death case involving donald taylor and a rough arrest incident involving sheldon it where he was repeatedly tasteful being shouted at with racial slurs the same pair of competent deputies were involved attorney steve lichtman says at least one had a leg tattoo of a helmeted skeleton on a flaming background holding a rifle with a letter cpt for compton on the helmet glickman says they're now reviewing other incidents are looking for other potential victims and they think the two deputies involves so far are only the tip of the iceberg one of the things that we learned is understanding twenty other sheriffs in that station that have the same tattoo the sheriff's oversight commission has already expressed concern over the allegations and may start to move into establish policy changes that could print the establishment of cliques within the sheriff's department in beverly hills pete demetrio knx ten seventy newsradio at twenty year old woman has been sentenced to life in prison without any chance for parole for her role in the beating death of a usc grad student from china and male co defendant was handed the sentence ranging from fifteen years to life the victim was pounded with a baseball bat during a robbery related attack while walking back to his apartment near the usc campus four years ago a third codefendant in the case is already serving a life sentence and a fourth is still awaiting trial there's new information on the arrest of lapd com booked on suspicion of dui this was yesterday in glendale the officer was off duty at the time got into a minor accident no injuries happened about one forty five in the afternoon on thursday he's a dentist as ramon muna's we're told that he traded info with the other driver they went their separate ways later that other driver i had a question and called glendale cops for help needed more information for obviously insurance purposes officers responded mr minions home and that led to an investigation involving the possible dui and he was arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol ramon milanez happens to live in glendale glendale pd says they arrested him right there at his house he was released a few hours later on his promise to appear with a november twentieth court date lapd is not commenting on whether or not officer muna's is on the job or on leaf craig finger knx ten seventy newsradio four forty let's take you over to cbs to we're going to check in with peter doubt my peter hi guys coming up on cbs news at five and arrest in a school threat why police say it was the work of an elderly man plus harvey weinstein comes clean what the disgraced movie mogul admitted in a recent interview and move over kale there's a new veggie in town everyone is crazy about college flower the different ways that it's being used and what you might be able to see on store shelves shoe that is coming up on cbs news at five all right peter thanks that's all part of our in.

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KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"To deal with all the problems than the thirties will take their own steps like trying to get the motel shutdown down in van is john knx ten seventy newsradio to thirty eighth law enforcement officials say they've confiscated nearly fifty thousand pounds of illegal fireworks in the series of raids across northern california over the past two weeks those are among the biggest fireworks seizures in the state's history state senator henry stern says it's scary news following the worst wildfire epidemic in memory four semi truck trailers full of what are essentially weapons of wildfire not to mention huge potential disturbances our community to put our foot down and say that's enough stern whose district includes parts of los angeles ventura county says illegal fireworks posing huge threat to public safety time when wildfires are getting bigger and more frequent la mayor era garcetti says he and the leaders of more than four hundred other american cities joined together to pick up the slack in reducing climate change since president trump's decision a year ago to pull the us out of the paris climate accord's garcetti's hold an international mayors climate summit in boston the president might deserve some backhanded thanks for spurring local leaders into action we might not have four hundred and six cities if we hadn't had a president who said i'm withdrawing from paris so take this crisis take this moment and use it because it's certainly motivating republicans independence democrats mayors of every stripe so move forward to say this is the time to act mayor garcetti says at one big benefits of the new local emphasis in fighting climate change is that cities are able to learn from each other as new ideas are tried out it's two forty let's take you over to k cow nine we're gonna check in with peter doubt my peter hi guys the sentences are handed down for a mother and her boyfriend convicted of torturing and killing their eight year old son plus two firefighters were off duty would they spring into action to save person having a medical emergency and today they all get to reunite and some incredible video of an emergency landing on a highway in florida those stories along with your full forecast coming up on k nine news at four.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To go back for more pragmatic way of operating how these issues let's take a phone call peter in larchmont you're on wnyc had peter hi george how are ya all homely a low five represented so and probably why what's your question peter i was why burying i i are kcna is a pretty high and i was wondering why george won't pay hit well it i'm glad to be able to address the cruiser brian wanted a great diversionary tactic it to stay away from the major issues uh another try to throw in personal attacks i have an attack route personally have attracted public policy well let me let me just informed people who don't know uh the question apparently you you owe or owed forty thousand dollars in back property policy let me answer it because you i don't want you to repeat what's wrong i don't own a house in question it has a half its on by my wife and is the subject of a legal battle between her and a relative and while that battle is going on the obligation will be met when not what at battlers completed it's being argued between lawyers rob has tried to attack that to me personally but i only on one piece of land westchester county of that particular houses for we paid up and attacked taxes so this is as i said effect monaco this is trying to focus on email last year instead of focusing on public policy well our gators peters phone call la carte what rob has been doing over an extended period of time uh my my taxes are paid up on the house that i meant the forty six percent increase of taxes that spans almost a decade and a half and during the same period of time rob voted for fifty two percent increase impacts so these are the sideshow issues that you see a campaign that we take away.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Campaign contribution in new york state for a political candid it running for a state office if you're running for president you can take twenty two hundred and the only issue in new york state is can you take it in one paper bag or to paper bags and yes they can fix that but they're not going to they never have let me take a couple of questions from listeners news about the constitutional convention referendum valid question one in new york state tomorrow for a daily news editorial board member michel hansenne the daily news says vote yes and new york times editorial board member climb haberman the times says vote no and cynthia in manhattan yard wnyc hello don't of cynthia try michael in brooklyn michael you're on the air in the raid can you for taking my call um i had a weapon fear got your wow what did you say about the fate of our democracy right now and how do we get out of the way that we are great grade were nervous about having a vote on an issue because we're notice that the will of the people won't really earn so many power one point avoid it here that an election ended up being here i'll take my answer up there and i very much clyde is there a way out uh well i don't think an election is dangerous thing uh we are going to have an election tomorrow not election it's a constitutional convention is a dangerous thing is realty was asked okay and miss uh understood the question that uh i i don't think it's a dangerous thing i just uh uh we we think it's a unwise and in this in this context uh and perhaps also be a consistency uh issue uh that doesn't come up which is that there's a big move to open up the united states constitution uh and uh we're not that many states away from uh uh doing that and that is as dangerous a possibility as i can think of religion writers know that the where the money's going to come pouring in on that and uh i'm waiting for the second amendment to be made the first amendment an among the things that forces that i suspect most of us in this room don't cleaver a and abroad bronx wnyc high peter hi i just wanted to get back to your question brian o'neil it seems like the discussion news is this dangerous or.

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KSFO-AM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Six six ninety red eye niyaz eric harley i'm gary mcnamara thanks much rabin heard this morning we go to peter and new york city peter hi you're on red eye radio welcome to the show thank you for taking my call you welcome i i warned you guys could talk about a and i was really looking forward to hearing your gold were how we need to train our arguments better in other words i get spiel where right so much of the time yet we we don't get that of course one or two things that that most disturbed me about the protest it and it always seems to faber to less so to speak and it it this this whole situation reminds me of the fact that malcolm x hated the liberals and liberalism the misdirection but eyes uh good the lack of results and and why don't we point stuff like that out there and and i'll i'll hang up in which and to your will to the radio thank you well you know with did did the the topic thanks watch her on the topic of malcolm x as income up much but you're actually right on that he he viewed and made many statements especially in the early sixty said he'd entrust the white liberals and in fact i've known your calls coming up on one quote from malcolm x will the white liberals aren't white people who are for independence who are for moral and ethical in their thinking but just a fraction of white people that are jockeying for power they are fighting each other for power and prestige and the one that has the football in the game is the negro the liberal elements of whites are those that are perfected the art of selling themselves to the negro as a friend of the negro getting sympathy of the negro getting allegiance of the negro and getting the mind of the negro and then the negro sides with the white liberal in the white liberal uses the negro against the white conservative so than anything the negro does is never for his own good never for his own advancement never for his own progress he's only in in the pawns of the hands of the white liberal the worst enemy that the niigara has is the white.

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"peter hi" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on KKAT

"For ninety six six ninety red eye he is eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara thanks much are being heard this morning we go to peter in new york city peter hi you're on red eye radio welcome to the show thank you for taking my call you welcome i i wanted you guys could talk about a and i was really looking forward to hearing your gold were how do we need to train our arguments better in other words i can feel w we're right so market the timing yet we don't get that of course wondering where things that that most disturbed me about the protest it and it always seems to tapert the less so to speak uh any this this whole situation reminds me of the fact that malcolm x hated the liberals and liberalism but direction the law by the lack of results and and why don't we point stuff like that out there and and i'll i'll hang up in which continue over the radio thank you well you know we it did the the topic thanks for calling the topic of malcolm x as and come up much but you're actually right on that he he viewed in and made many statements especially in the early sixty said he'd entrust the white liberals and in fact i knowing your calls coming up on one quote from malcolm x with the white liberals aren't white people who are for independence who are for moral and ethical in their thinking they're just a fraction of white people that are jockeying for power they are fighting each other for power and prestige and the one that is the football in the game hmm is the negro the liberal elements of whites are those that are perfected the art of selling themselves to the negro as a friend of the negro getting sympathy of the negro getting allegiance of the negro and getting the mind of the negro and then the negro sides with the white liberal in the white liberal uses the negro against the white conservative so than anything the negro does is never for his his own good never for his own advance been never for his own progress he's only in in the pawns of the hands of the white liberal the worst enemy that the niigara has is the white.

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"peter hi" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on WTMA

"Zero seven terrific for nine eight six six ninety red eye he is eric harley i'm gary mcnamara thanks much rabin her this morning we go to peter and new york city peter hi you're on red eye radio welcome to the show thank you for taking my call you welcome i i wanted you guys could talk about a and i was really looking forward to hearing your goal were how we need to train our arguments better in other words i feel we're right so much of the time and yet we we don't get that of course one or two things that that most disturbed me about the protest it and it's always seems to favour the less so to speak uh any this this whole situation reminds me of the fact that malcolm x hated the liberals and liberalism the misdirection the law i uh the lack of results and and why don't we point stuff like that out there and and i'll i'll hang up in which continue over the radio thank you well you know would it did the the topic thanks for calling the topic of malcolm x doesn't come up much but you're actually right on that he he viewed in and made many statements especially in the early 60s at heat entrust the white liberals and uh fact i've known your call was coming up on one quote from malcolm x will the white liberals aren't white people who are for independence who are for moral and ethical in their thinking they're just a fraction of white people that are jockeying for power they are fighting each other for power and prestige and the one that has the football in the game is the negro the liberal elements of whites are those that are perfected the art of selling themselves to the negro as a friend of the negro getting sympathy of the negro getting allegiance of the negro and getting the mind the negro and then the negro sides with the white liberal in the white liberal uses the negro against the white conservative so than anything the negro does is never for his on good never for his own advancement never for his own progress he's only in in the pawns of the hands of the white liberal the worst enemy that the niigara has is the white.

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"peter hi" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on WCTC

"Nine zero seven terrific for nine eight six six ninety red eye he is eric harley i'm gary mcnamara thanks so much for being this morning we go to peter in new york city peter hi you're on red eye radio welcome to the show thank you for taking my call you welcome i i wanted you guys to talk about a and i would really looking forward to hearing your goal were how do we need to train our arguments better in other words i feel we're right so much of the timing yet we don't get that of course one or two things that that most disturbed me about a protest it and it always seems to tapert the left so to speak our and it it did this whole situation reminds me of the fact that malcolm x hated the liberals and liberalism been misdirection below y uh good the lack of result and and why don't we point stuff like that out there and and i'll i'll hang up in wixom to you over the radio thank you well you know we did did the the topic thanks for calling the topic of malcolm x hasn't come up much but you're actually right on that he he viewed and and made many statements especially in the early sixty he said he'd entrust the white liberals and uh fact i've knowing your call was coming up on one quote from malcolm x with the white liberals aren't white people who are for independence who are for moral and ethical in their thinking or just a fraction of white people that are jockeying for power they are fighting each other for power and prestige and the one that is the football in the game is the nate grow the liberal elements of whites are those that are perfected the art of selling themselves to.

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"peter hi" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on WJR 760

"Six nine zero seven three victory nine eight six six ninety red eye he is eric harley i'm gary mcnamara thanks much rabin heard this morning we go to peter in new york city peter hi you're on red eye radio welcome to the show thank you for taking my call you welcome i i warned you guys could talk about a and i would really looking forward to hearing your gold were how do we need to train our arguments better in other words i feel we're right so much of the timing yet we don't get that of course one or two things that that most disturbed me about the protest it and it always seems to favour to less so to speak uh any eight did this whole situation reminds me of the fact that malcolm x hated the liberals and liberalism the misdirection the law he's a good the lack of results and and why don't we point stuff like that out there and and i'll i'll hang up in wixom to you over the radio thank you well you know would it did the the topic thanks for calling the topic of malcolm x and come up much but you're actually right on that he he viewed in and made many statements especially in the early 60s at heat entrust the white liberals in uh fact i've knowing your call was coming up on one quote from malcolm x with the white liberals aren't white people who are for independence who are for moral and ethical in their thinking but just a fraction of white people that are jockeying for power they are fighting each other for power and prestige and the one that is the football in the game is the negro the liberal elements of whites are those that are perfected the art of selling themselves to the negro as a friend of the negro getting sympathy of the negro getting allegiance of the negro and getting the mind of the negro and then the negro sides with the white liberal in the white liberal uses the negro against the white conservative so than anything the negro does is never for him his own good never for his own advancement never for his own progress he's only in in the pawns of the hands of the white liberal the worst enemy that the niigara has is the white.

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"peter hi" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on WCHS

"Eight six six nine zero seven terrific for nine eight six six ninety red eye he is eric harley i'm gary mcnamara thanks much rabin her this morning we go to peter and new york city peter hi you're on red eye radio welcome to the show thank you for taking my call you welcome i i wanted you guys could talk about a and i was really looking forward to hearing your gold were how it we need to train our arguments better in other words i feel we're right so much of the time and yet we we don't get that of course one or things back that most disturbed me about the protest it and it always seems to favour the left so to speak uh and it it this this whole situation reminds me of the fact that malcolm x hated the liberals and liberalism the misdirection the law he's a good at the lack of results and and why don't we point stuff like that out there and and i'll i'll hang up in which and to your will to the radio thank you well you know with it did the the topic thanks for calling the topic of malcolm x and come up much but you're actually right on that he he viewed and and made many statements especially in the early sixty said he'd entrust the white liberals and uh fact i knowing your call was coming up on one quote from malcolm x with the white liberals aren't white people who are for independence who are for moral and ethical in their thinking but just a fraction of white people that are jockeying for power they are fighting each other for power and prestige and the one that has the football in the game is the negro the liberal elements of whites are those that are perfected the art of selling themselves to the negro as a friend of the negro getting sympathy of the negro getting allegiance of the negro and getting the mind of the negro and then the negro sides with the white liberal in the white liberal uses the negro against the white conservative so than anything the negro does is never for his owned good never for his own advancement never for his own progress he's only in the pawns of the hands of the white liberal the worst enemy that the niigara has is the white.

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"peter hi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"peter hi" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Of this and doing all of this and in a scrutinized fashion to document improvement as this gets published the insurance companies within the next few you're going to say the wanna pay for stem cells to save a million dollars on that diabetic or to save similar amounts of money on the patient supported other disorders so right now stem cell therapies and covered by any insurance however people take it is a deduction from their taxes if you have it here so you start looking at the office a call and will give you out a great deal more information thank you very much thank you for your call arkhan let's go next hugh peter hi there how are you how i share great i want to talk he asked you talk about uh the product apple siteveni crappy taking two teeth phones are nine ambled warm water and i heard a great anecdotes lying quite crawl energy in an lot of banovich no you can't just take something and then expected to work in multiple chemical mechanisms in a vinegar is a scenic acid so you're putting a little bit of acid your stomach they're probably may help to kill bacteria in certain organisms it probably will help a little the to break down certain foods but there's no evidence than i've been looking research on the computer forever about everything specific to what i see within my practice and you can see the articles my website all about that there is no mechanism it says apple site of vinegar taking x amount will burn down your cholesterol will change share world you know it's uh it's one of those things that people have spoken about because they believe it helps them.

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