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Fresh update on "prosecutor" discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"New trial. That there should be a new hearing as to whether or not there's probable cause to bind him over for an actual trial. That was what our position was back. In February, the state Supreme Court overturned gaze original conviction for the 1983 killing of L. A police officer Paul Verner during a traffic stop, citing evidence that gays defense lawyer was incompetent. The state High Court twice overturned his death sentence. Vernon's son, Bryce, had this to say outside court about his father's case, the definitely moving forward. And another 37. Plus years of not have my father on for all holidays. A spokesperson for the D A's office says they are retrying the case. It remains to be seen what kind of penalty prosecutors will seek in San Fernando Margaret career? Oh KNX 10 70 news Radio. David, A spokesman for Diego like George Gascon says he plans to immediately take the death penalty off the table. Officer's family does support the death penalty for gay and his co defendant, L..
Couple Boards Flight After Testing Positive for Covid-19
"A couple from Hawaii. They test positive for covert. Okay, so the two they hop on a plane anyhow. In San Francisco, even though the airport supposedly told them Yeah, you shouldn't do this. So they land back in Hawaii and then and here's where it makes an interesting turn right. They get arrested on charges of second degree reckless endangerment. So that raises some interesting legal questions Come people who get sick and go out on purpose, really face criminal charges with us is criminal defense attorney here in Los Angeles. Lose. Shapiro, Lou, Thanks for being with us. Absolutely ready to go. All right, Well, okay, let's go then. So that raises an interesting things there. Here's this couple. Allegedly. They knew that they tested positive. It's not clear whether they had any symptoms or not. They may not have But in any event they knew they had the Corona virus in them. They go ahead on and fly anyway. Now they're being charged with second degree reckless endangerment, presumably of the passengers and crew on board that aircraft. Eyes that really weird or is there some foundation for doing this? Will it completely makes sense. If you look at the Hawaiian Code of second degree reckless is that they were charged with It actually compares it to taking a gun and shooting it into a crowd. And that's the analogy here with covert, they were told, Do not go on that plane. You need to quarantine and rather than doing that they voluntarily and intentionally got onto the plane, subjecting all the passengers and crew. Potentially to a Do something that could cause great bodily injury and or death, So it doesn't meet the elements and it's a very serious charge. And is that kind of the deciding factor? One of the big points of this is that they were instructed. Do not do this. And they did. Anyway. It's not like I was feeling ill and I went in somebody you know, got it for me and you know something bad happened to them. But I didn't know positively that I was positive. It's much different than let's say having some symptoms having the sniffles and not testing when, when you know you have you tested positive you are told, don't do that. That's very egregious conduct. And if they don't have a record, maybe they'll, you know, they'll get some mercy on this. Maybe there was a family emergency. We don't know why they felt the need to still get on that plane on the totally hear that What we have in front of us right now is not very good circumstances for this couple. Okay, So now let's let's say my cannot your prosecutors and turns out somebody on that plane died and because they got Cove ID. On now. Authorities in Hawaii. What do they do? They charge you know, manslaughter, Murder and your defense attorney. What's your defense counsel? It could be upgraded to manslaughter right? Because all that is is really negligent conduct. That resulted in the death of another. All right. I think on the defense side, one would argue that well, it's a reasonable doubt as to whether this couple Infected the victim in the case because Cove it is so contagious and their other people on the plane. There's no way beyond a reasonable doubt to prove that exact causation Unless maybe this, this victim is was sitting right next to him in the row in front and back and no one else in that area. I was positive, so that would be the defense on that one. There are other bugs people can have. I mean, you can get a bad case of the flu, and we know it's different from Cove it But, you know, maybe I flight and I have the flu and I shouldn't buy. Do it anyways. Uh, you know, can I get charged for that? No, that that's a bit different, because what the code is really looking at is something that can cause Great bodily injury and a cold on or even even the flu. Really, You know, people are vaccinated for the most part and again the flu Unless there's not like a test. Where, yes, you you have the flu worries with the coronavirus. There is a positive test documented. That's a lot more egregious. Well, let's take the people off the airplane last question here and suppose they go to work on their employer has made it clear if you're sick. If you think you've got covert if you test positive for cover, don't come to work. Same potential legal issues. Meaning yet meaning does it could the employees get prosecuted for coming to work, infecting others around them? God, you know. Yeah, yeah, It's not that different. Actually, it's no different. It's like taking that gun and shooting it in the crowd. You know it could be problematic.
Fresh update on "prosecutor" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"Learn more CBS News time 7 42 Well, California Supreme Court has its first openly gay justice Martin James Jenkins, was sworn in yesterday by Governor Newsome in a virtual ceremony. He replaces Justice Ming Chin, who retired on August 31st. Jenkins, who grew up in San Francisco, is a former federal civil rights prosecutor and was Newsome's judicial appointments secretary, helping him vet potential appointments for judgeships. With much of the Bay area going into a stricter, stay at home face again. A lot of people are asking What about Christmas or Hanukkah? What will we do for New Year's? Okay, CBS is Rebecca Corral reports. A respected public health officer suggests ah sort of covert potluck. This is not your typical potluck with everyone gathered around a table where they've each set out a dish prepared at home. It was a drop off. We made food for everybody. We came. We exchange foods outdoors, of course and physically distance that was discoveries, and then we went home. Go public health Officer Tomas Aragon with the bachelors in molecular biology from UC Berkeley and M, D and Ph. D from Harvard, not to mention credential from Stanford is certainly up on the statistics, the cutting edge medical information, the forecast and calculations that go into epidemiology. But it's the heart of what holds the family together that he's sharing, hoping maybe your Christmas can look like his family's Thanksgiving food exchange. And, you know, we spent a lot of time calling each other. I think it could be done. This is so important At this time of year, he says. They were able to share their food. But separately, the vaccine is around the corner and we're mighty people. Please, please, Please be careful. Stay with your household to keep everyone alive to celebrate next year. Rebecca Coral, KCBS J CBS News Time 7 43 Sports line and coming up in just 90 seconds. She sleeps hot even.
Council denies request for new prosecutor in Breonna Taylor case
"Taylor, who had asked for a new prosecutor in her daughter's fatal shooting by Louisville police last March. The Council of Kentucky prosecutor says it doesn't have the legal authority to appoint another special prosecutor in the case and September a grand jury declined to indict any Louisville police officers in charge is tired to Taylor shooting death inside their old apartment. It's really
Fresh update on "prosecutor" discussed on WBBM Programming
"Is dead after being shot in the gauge Park neighborhood. Presently, Giovane announces some new appointments whose administration and president probably campaigning in Georgia today for a pair of Republican senators. Involved in that run off their man sports The Bears gearing up for the Lions for tomorrow's game and Cove, it cancels the Illinois Tennessee Martin game this weekend in basketball clouds of sun stretching to a high of 41. Today, there's a slight breeze out there out of the northeast three miles an hour. Really? No breeze it all It's 33 now, little here again going to 41. In our top story. At this hour, it literally could see its first approximately 100,000 doses of Corona virus vaccine in little more than a week. That's a pending federal approval of the drug, of course, and go to Pritzker's trying to reassure Illinois is about the safety of the vaccines, even as he tempers expectations about what most people when most people in the state And hope to get vaccinated. Pritzker says he understands that some people are reluctant to get vaccinated because of how quickly the vaccines were developed. He sought to assure Illinois it's that the vaccines have been thoroughly tested for safety. In addition to the thorough review at the FDA, Illinois is one of many states that have established additional review panels. But Pritzker says Illinois is getting less than it initially expected. He also says the state will first administer vaccine the hospital workers and the people at the highest risk from the virus and first responders before it becomes widely available to cover these prioritized candidates will take some time more than just The next few weeks, the state reported 148 additional covered 19 deaths, as well as more than 10,000 new confirmed in probable cases of coronavirus. The positivity right uncovered 19 tests fell slightly from 10.4 to 10.3% in Illinois. Jim Goddess news radio 105.9 FM, a teenager fatally shot while trying to help a friend on the southwest side was that model was walking home with a friend near the gauge Park neighborhood When four men got out of an SUV and began beating her friend, the 16 year old ran for help from another nearby friend. But When they returned. One of the suspects opened fire shooting model in the head. Chicago police say the teenager was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital where she was later pronounced dead. The beaten man told police he didn't know anyone in the group who fired the shots, but he believed the incident was gang related. The investigation is ongoing, though no arrests have been made. Rachel Pearson NewsRadio, one of 5.9 FM, an attorney representing the any ock teen, accused of shooting three people and killing two in Kenosha over the summer, is officially off the case of fabulous civility. Ready. John Pearce has removed himself from the criminal case against 17 year old collar Rittenhouse. Prosecutors claim peers who helped secure $2 million for written houses. Bail has significant personal financial difficulties that raise ethical concerns. Beer, says Wisconsin attorney Marc Rich's will step in to handle the criminal case. Keith Johnson is radio one of 5.9 FM. Well, this has been a record year for Illinois voters. Nearly 73% of it was always more than 8.3 Million registered voters cast ballots in the November 3rd general election. State's highest turnout rate since 1992 close to 6.1 million ballots cast was a new record passing the record of roughly 5.6 million in 2016 State Board of Elections, says mail in ballots, early voting and in person balloting on election day were quite even each amounting to about two million votes. Have been. Reports of bipartisan panel was now certified. Illinois's results giving President elect Joe Biden 20 more electoral votes. Andy Day News Radio 105.9 FM They're buying continues to have people to his administration. CBS News correspondent Nicole Killian is in Wilmington, Delaware. Last night, the president elect announced more senior staff to his inaugural committee, and he continues to face more pressure to diversify his Cabinet. The president elect would not commit to naming a person of color. Our top post like defense or attorney general. But he did promise that when all of his picks are announced, it will be the single most diverse Cabinet that's ever existed. Dividing also expressed concern about the lack of a plan to distribute the cover 19 vaccine and President Trump returns to the campaign trail today, stumping for two Republican Senate candidates who are involved in that runoff in Georgia. CBS News correspondent Chip Reid one day ahead of President Trump's visit to Georgia Vice President Mike Pence, campaigned in Savannah, hoping to reignite the president's based there to vote in the high stakes and run off.
Washington, DC-area attorney indicted on charges he plotted to steal Somali government funds
"Fencing to keep livestock away from streams. An attorney in Maryland has been hit with a long list of criminal charges, including wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering. Prosecutors say Jeremy showman of Bethesda, tried to fraudulently obtain control over hundreds of millions of dollars in the Central Bank of Somalia assets that are held in accounts that have been frozen due to civil war in that African country. His law firm's website says that showman is represented the Federal Republic of Somalia in various matters. Including
Fresh update on "prosecutor" discussed on WBBM Programming
"Federal prosecutor says A man from Honduras has been charged with harboring after he was found keeping watch and more than two dozen people who authorities say were being held in a Home in Houston is part of a human smuggling operation. Police say the smuggling operation was discovered Thursday night, one of the men who is being kept inside the home escape and was seen running down a residential street in his underwear. China's state television reports. At least 18 coal miners have died due to high levels of carbon monoxide in the country Southwest, the report says. One minor was found alive. Rescuers were looking for five other survivors. Pope Francis has revamped the Vatican's financial intelligence and and anti money laundering unit following financial scandals. One of the scandals includes an Ongoing in House corruption probe. WBBM news time 8 46 When searching for furnace help search four seasons, heating air conditioning and plumbing. It's time for sports, and here's Rick Drag. One of the story lines on Alice All this week was Matt Nagy, publicly calling out the defense for its performance against the Packers, and then Dropping into a defensive meeting to successfully clear the air. He didn't have to do either. At least not when it comes to the defensive line. Akeem Hicks says his teammates were well aware of how putrid they play in a personal piece of one of the best rooms in the building. Because there's always such a nice vibe. We get along way talk well to each other, and we're not afraid to criticize each other and then want the best for one another. And so I take it personally, when when we don't play as a unit. To the standard that we've set throughout the years and so I think that I think we're gonna look to improve. Hicks wasn't out there Sunday, so he gets a pass. But it sounds like his hamstrings improved enough to let him play tomorrow against Detroit is one of nine bears listed as questionable. Bears and lions noon tomorrow. Our coverage will start at nine. College football number two Notre Dame hosting Syracuse today Northern home against Alito. Illinois gets number 19, Iowa in Champagne, Illinois Hoops was supposed to face Tennessee Martin, but covert issues called that game off in the Sky Hawks program. Marquette knocked off Number four Wisconsin on a Tipton missed free throw. 67 65 depose 20th ranked women lost to number five Louisville 1, 16 75 and back on the men's Side one versus two at noon today. Gonzaga against Baylor in Indianapolis. With sports on the home of the Bears. Right, Greg NewsRadio, 7 81 of 5.9 of Found WBBM news time 8 48 traffic.
Washington, DC-area attorney indicted on charges he plotted to steal Somali government funds
"Fencing to keep livestock away from streams. An attorney in Maryland has been hit with a long list of criminal charges, including wire fraud, mail fraud and money laundering. Prosecutors say Jeremy showman of Bethesda, tried to fraudulently obtain control over hundreds of millions of dollars in the Central Bank of Somalia assets that are held in accounts that have been frozen due to civil war in that African country. His law firm's website says that showman is represented the Federal Republic of Somalia in various matters. Including
How Hackers Hold Schools for Ransom
"To try to put the attack on jessica school context. We reached out to dave bertie. He covers cybersecurity for the wall street journal. And he's been writing about this uptick in ransomware attacks across the digital world. There's been an explosion of ransomware this year. It's an increasingly common way. for attackers. to target businesses healthcare organizations nonprofits or as the case may be schools in the reason. Why is just because. It's an effective business tactic if you encrypt in organizations data. That's basically what they need to function particularly in a digital environment. So as you've had a business or school that have moved more remote learning. That sort of expands. The opportunities to take advantage are there demonstrably more attacks on schools this year. Are we just aware of them. Will the first thing that's always important to point out here is that it's hard if not impossible to count the dogs that don't bark there have been probably about three hundred fifty or more. Cyber incidents reported across the united states this year in schools in schools and others probably a few dozen have been ransomware but that said those are only incidents that have been publicly reported so in many cases schools. They don't wanna take the pr hit an embarrassing situation. They don't want people to know. They paid off a criminal group to get their systems up and running. They might just keep that on the dl and not notify anyone. Even though schools aren't the richest targets around one of the reasons that hackers focus on them is that unlike big businesses. They often aren't equipped to defend themselves. We have seen attackers really zero win. On some of these districts may or may not have built out. It departments in many cases in addition to them being sort of under funded over the course of years their it departments. The also had these really really insane strange just put on them so the coronavirus remote learning getting kids up and running with their chromebooks. Or what have you so. There's really a lot of moving parts here. And i think criminals are smart enough to take advantage of them. So yeah is there just sort of like a handful of people who are in charge in your typical school district of distributing the chromebooks and also guarding against malware. I mean i would say the vast majority of school districts they don't have dedicated cybersecurity professionals even in most districts aside from the larger ones. You don't have that much of a built out. it staff. I talked to the chief information. Security officer of seattle public. School district is a very large school district in the grand scheme of things the only have eighteen. It people for that entire district of that team. Only two of them are dedicated on cybersecurity. So when you're in a position where you are suddenly thrust into remote learning environment and you need to get tens of thousands of devices online with seattle. I think it was fifty three thousand devices for students alone. I mean you really spread thin across a very big network of devices and potential threats. The threat of ransomware attacks has extended to fertility clinics and company providing software for one of the covid vaccine. Trials and the human consequences can be harrowing. There was an incident in germany where a hospital was targeted with ransomware. And as a result of that who is actually in an ambulance on her way to the hospital had to be diverted into another facility about thirty minutes farther away and this wounded women ended up dying. She didn't get care especially needed to get so german. Prosecutors basically tried to connect those dots they were asking the question can we show in a legal way. Causation between these attackers can we show causation. That they actually causes woman's death and ended the day they couldn't it was more of a correlation not causation situation. And i think that was the closest that we've come collectively to getting to a point where we're saying. Oh there's actually a cyber attack that has taken someone's life Let's walk through how this happens. Let's say you are a school administrator or hospital. it percent what do you notice. I will typically you know if if you really if something's wrong with your laptop and you really need to get to work you'll call the. It guy you'll always it guy and you'll say hey what's up with my laptop. I can't log into my email. Then typically they'll run through some scans and see that something's wrong with the system. They'll eventually get some sort of communication from one of these ransom. Learn groups saying. Hey we're here we've gotten into your system. We've locked up your data and we want x. Number of bitcoin in response. So that's really when it sort of gets this point where a school or business has to decide okay. Are we going to alert law enforcement. Are we going to call an outside forensics firm to try to understand what happened. Have we backed up all of our data within our system. And how quickly will be able to get that back. Do we want to pay this ransom payment. Like is the tradeoff. Good enough for us to do that. So there's a lot of moving parts that a lot of Businesses or schools or hospitals have to evaluate is all as happens the baltimore schools. Where just by works. They shut everything down. They sort of put everything on pause for a couple of days. Is that standard. Yeah i can typically standard. I talked with a school district in southern california. A administrator notices email was down the. It guys said it's ransomware for sure. So they physically went to every device in their school district. So we're talking about a school district of six thousand kids. Went every room went to all of their offices. Disabled unplugged device in that entire school district. And that's that's one way you know sort of a crude way of trying to limit the spread of of these things and then obviously on the back end when all these problems need to go through each and every one of those devices can them makes your their clean. Get them back online. What how often do victims turn to outside help whether that's law enforcement or whether that is digital forensics company to help them abc's extremely common there is entire ecosystem cybersecurity firms specialized in this sort of work. So you have a forensic firm that might come in to try to understand. Hey this is exactly how they got in to your computer system. This is exactly the type of software that they're using. This is exactly the type of data that they took from your system. In addition to that you have other groups. That are adept at negotiating. They actually talk to these groups. They have long term relationships in some cases with many of these groups and they say we can talk them down from ten bitcoin to five bitcoin. Whatever whatever the the number is the so it is sort of an emerging field just within cybersecurity as this is becoming a bigger and bigger problem. How much money are we generally talking about. Because my husband actually just how to ransomware attack on his nonprofit theater company and the attackers were asking for fifteen hundred dollars in bitcoin and eventually they said you know what we're not gonna pay them. We have the backed up data but they did have this moment of thinking in the scheme of our business. It's not that much money like. Are we talking about people who are shooting for big amounts or you know are they targeting twenty five different places for relatively gettable sums across the security community. It's broadly understood that ransom demands are basically going up. The trend line is pointing upward. But it can vary between in the thousands of dollars like as as a case with with your husband. But if you're getting to a larger corporation you have some people who specialized in this area saying that ransom demands could be ten million twenty million dollars. Well so i mean. Obviously attackers are smart enough to know they're not going to go with to attend with a ten million dollar demand to a school district. That certainly can't pay that in. That would make it an easy decision for them. They're they're trying to find like the right price point as well where they can have some sort of a six rate. Do school districts do hospitals. Do these places tend to pay. It really varies. It depends on what type of data has been encrypted. It depends whether those school districts have backed up their data beforehand which would make sort of rebooting the system much easier but what is almost always true. Is that school very cagey about saying whether they paid. No one wants to say that. They paid off a hacker that they gave someone from a country in the side of the other side of the world. A million bucks get their systems online. It's a very difficult. Pr situation for any organization or school to tiptoe around because it says what your system is rable and that you're willing to pay or that you just were bad cybersecurity. I mean all of the above. And i think one of the sort of broader questions that the entire cyber community is really wrestling with is. Should you pay broadly speaking. Are we incentivizing hackers to keep taking advantage of schools or keep taking advantage of businesses if they keep on paying and i understand that argument completely. It's it's very straightforward point of view on the other hand. If your business is offline for two weeks or a month or if your schools taken off line paying off might be the better option to you if it means basically losing all of your customers or you know having kids go out of school for a month or so. Dave says it's a bit of a vicious cycle vulnerable systems plus a willingness to pay tends to lead to more attacks but the victims are only half of the equation. The other half the perpetrators behind that screen demanding. Bitcoin are part of a criminal industry. That is surprisingly organized. One of the interesting things that cyber security researchers really say is these groups oftentimes act almost as corporate entities. They're very professional. They have partnerships between groups at times they subcontract to specialists within the hacking profession. If they have you know someone who's particularly adept at getting into a system. They'll go to that person to try to launch their attack. So you'd really do have this sort of our in de element almost a within the hacking community when it when it comes to them trying to hone their craft and zero win an exactly the right targets when people are negotiating or even having a conversation with. The attackers are to be trusted. Like you know are. Are you gonna trustees folks if they say like okay. Pay us are fifteen hundred bucks in bitcoin. And actually you're going to get your data back or is that a terrible idea. You would think that criminals are not to be trusted in. Obviously they're they're not But at the end of the day these groups are also playing a long game when it comes to their business and they have as i said a reporter with some of these negotiators that work with businesses and schools. If they don't pay if they don't decryption data after you pay them money. Those negotiators will know for their subsequent clients and they will know to not advise clients in the future to pay. So you had this weird dynamic that develops were. The groups are actually like worried about their sort of like brand in some respects. That's completely fascinating. Yeah it's totally wild thing and one lawyer who works in a lot of these investigations like re recently told me we don't wanna get to the level buber comparing it to customer service. But they're like definitely getting to a point where once you pay up in some cases they're trying to be helpful so that in the future they're known as sort of an honest broker while attacks may be more. Frequent ransomware isn't new like with so many other things cove it just accelerated existing trent so we have just seen a growth in the amount of ransomware with some of these criminal groups that have been long established in countries around the world just gravitating toward an effective tool that they're using so when you talk to cybersecurity researchers who follow this closely attribution is very difficult but they tend to say that the countries in which these types of groups operate our might might be the ones that you tend to think of korea iran china countries in the soviet bloc or central asia countries that may tend to look away when cyber criminal groups within their own borders launch an attack on a us business and do foreign governments step in or they unhelpful. I think it's safe to say that the the reason why a lot of this activity oftentimes stems from those countries is because the government's take a more lax approach some of this hacking particularly if it's sort of geared at the united states the. Us government recently has tried to warn businesses against paying somewhere demands. They basically have looked at those states. In particular places like north korea and iran and they've issued warnings to companies saying. Hey if you're targeted by ransomware think twice about paying anyone who is affiliated with someone who sanctioned from those countries. You could violate sanction rules by actually paying up this ransomware. I was really struck by that. Yeah the treasury department was basically sort of saying. Gee even if you're a victim you might be maybe committing a crime here if you pay up. What was their reasoning. Their i mean. I think goes to that discussion that i was mentioning earlier about how we're creating a market for ransomware essentially and i think it's it makes sense to the. Us government's official policy as we shouldn't pay people on our sanction lists and create this market. That said if a company that employs ten thousand or twenty thousand americans has to choose between paying one of these things or laying people off. I mean that's a much different conversation. Be curious to see whether people in law enforcement federal regulators etcetera might take sort of a case by case approach to actually enforcing that sort of thing. I'm trying to figure out where all of this goes. As we maybe move to a post pandemic world Obviously people are gonna still do lots of stuff online. And that's not something. That's going away. But i wonder if you think we are going to keep seeing this increase in ransomware attacks or if this is maybe a bit of a bubble wrought by the pandemic. I think it's probably safe to assume that it will continue increasing. You will still have these criminal groups that make tens of millions of dollars per year doing this stuff who will continue to innovate continue to look for new ways to go after businesses. Continue to do that. Research and development that we mentioned earlier so. I think it's safe to say that. None of that's going to stop
Hungarian lawmaker resigns after caught fleeing a 'sex party' by climbing down a drainpipe
"Know. The career of a close ally of the hungarian prime minister viktor orban who was also an emmy p. has ended in a welter of scandal and suspicion as his actions threaten the public valleys of the right wing fidesz party lily by is a reporter at politico and she's here with more lily. It's with all the key elements. We have sex politics lawbreaking drugs and intrigue sitting comfortably. Tell us what happened It's quite an extraordinary story So basically over the weekend. A member of the european parliament. You'll jeff siad of the blue announced that he is resigning He is a member of hungary's ruling fetus party but It's important to understand that he's not just an ordinary member. he's one of the co founders of the party. He was there with prime minister. Viktor orban and others in nineteen eighty-eight when they started this political journey back then as young liberals he has been the prime minister's inner circle ever since and has played a key role in hungary and politics including the lead author of one of the hungarian government's main political projects. The two thousand eleven constitution. So he's really a an important figure especially in the intellectual circles of the ruling party so when he resigned that sparked a lot of questions. Initially people were wondering are there any divisions within the ruling party. What's going on. And then on tuesday details started leaking. I two local belgian press that that a member of the european parliament had attended a party on friday night in brussels. That was by police. Now it's important to Stand for those of our listeners. Who who are not familiar with bowel gyms rules that we have pretty strict covert related restrictions here about gatherings so belgian. Trust reported that there were about Twenty five naked men this particular party which at police had raided for violating the health related restrictions. And what prosecutors later said is that a passer-by had seen someone sleeping along the gutter This person It turns out Mr sire the a member of the european parliament was apprehended and then police found narcotics in his backpack after the leaks. Uche the politician. He admitted to having been present at the party but denied that the narcotics were his and this created a huge storm and hungarian politics given closely associated. He has personally with the prime minister. An element of his behavior do you think was most offensive to the party. I mean could he got away with it if it had. Just been about breaking lockdown rules. Well it's it's hard to tell but one thing to to note is that Ever since the late nineteen eighties when fetus was a young idealistic liberal political party on the were informal conversations within the party about mr sires Sexual orientation this is something. He has never discussed in public. And of course it's it's up to him to to to discuss But but within the party party members were chatting about this and at the time Wait what people say now is that they simply did not care They saw that. It's his private matter of what he does in his private life. And it's it didn't impact his initial political career. He was The group leader of the fidesz faction in the european in the are in the hungarian parliament. Initially in one thousand nine hundred ninety so he was quite an important figure within that party and so you know feed us because of its strategic trajectory. It's important to note you know it used to be a liberal party. It evolved over the years. It moved further and further to the right at today. It's a party that has been criticized for for what Lgbt activists call Anti gay policies but initially it did not have that kind of ideology back in the in the eighties and nineties. But i mean as you say. He had significant input into the very conservative constitution which holds family values it doesn't recognize. Lgbt rights he's married to a female judge judge as you say they've been whispers about his own sexuality so i wonder how this has affected the party. How it's affected feeders. In terms of just sheer hypocrisy. That's right so. I think that the opposition in hungary has really seized upon this issue Some have talks about What what one. Opposition politician called the moral bankruptcy Of the party. And i think that this will be an issue in the twenty. Twenty two election campaigner there will be elections then and it's already looking like a tough race even though Hunger in minister viktor. Orban is in quite powerful position and critics say an unfairly powerful position because of the covid crisis and because of economic problems in hungary like most other countries experiencing It's already said to be a tough campaign and having this kind of Scandal so close to to the real start of of of the race. Is i think putting more pressure on the party. And that's why. I think on wednesday or bounded something quite untested hinted for him He he gave a statement saying that. What cya did was unacceptable and indefensible and he said that This kind of behavior has no place in the values of the political family. And this was quite extraordinary. In hungarian context because i was with such a close friend and ally for over three decades And it's very very rare Side did quit the party. Officially on wednesday as well It's very rare for someone of that stature to to be publicly criticized by by the party to actually quit just quickly before we go. We know that he was a key figure. In brussels. In terms of of hungarian paulo within the eu. And i wonder if this will have an impact on the covert relief budget. Talks where hungary's vetoing the because the eu's insisting that the country conforms to various elements of the law so prime minister or bond was are speaking on hunger and state radio just about an hour ago and he repeated that hungary is came to its original hard line position on the eu budget and rule of law is a big conflict about that because a lot of eu countries in the european parliament one to length distribution of funding to respect for the rule of law There has been a lot of speculation about whether this is going to weaken or bounce position. a bit hard to tell right now We will see. I'm next week when
Chinese researcher pleads to lying in cancer-smuggling case
"Say trying to smuggle vials of cancer research material out of the U. S to his native China has pleaded guilty to a related charge. Federal prosecutors in Boston say 31 year old sow Song John pleaded guilty to making false statements and will now be deported zone was originally charged with smuggling. Authorities say he was arrested last December Logan airport with vials of cancer cells in a sock in a suitcase. Hey, CBS News
California District Attorneys calling on Newsom to help stop, investigate and prosecute unemployment fraud involving inmates
"The Employment Development Department is under the microscope again today state prosecutors this afternoon, saying the department is still failing to put an end to the massive pandemic assistance fraud debacle that the E D D is known about for months. In a new letter sent to Governor Gavin Newsom's office, a coalition of nine District attorney's urges the governor to use emergency powers if necessary to stop payments. They think the status still sending to prison inmates. The fraud scheme involves tens of thousands of inmates and outside accomplices who built the state that Ava's much as a billion dollars in federal funds meant for Californians who lost jobs and income because of covert 19.
Man charged with killing former Indiana U football player
"Have charged the man they believe killed former Indianapolis Cathedral and I, you football player, Chris Beatty. During the Indianapolis riots in May. Eric Berman reports Marcus Anderson was already charged with robbing woman at gunpoint in a parking garage across the street from where Chris Baby was killed. Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mir says was the first in a string of five holdups in 20 minutes linked to Anderson and four companions as they circled babies block. Testimony from the eye witnesses you're involved, so we also have quite a bit of forensic evidence that they're related to cell phone location data Facebook messages. You know quite a few other things. Mere says it's likely more people will be charged, but says prosecutors believe Anderson pulled the trigger.
Supreme Court sides with church challenging California's COVID restrictions
"Court has sided with the California church challenging Governor Gavin Newsom's restrictions on indoor worship services amid a spike in Corona virus. He in an unsigned order with no noted Descents, the high court tossed out of federal court ruling a lower court ruling that upheld the restrictions. The Supreme Court has ordered the lower court to revisit an earlier ruling. Against religious institutions in light of the decision this week in favor of the Brooklyn diocese in New York, Orthodox groups and their challenge to Governor Cuomo's capacity limits on houses of worship in covert hot zones. Former federal prosecutor Lauri Levinson here weighing in The Supreme Court is saying. Take a look at the restrictions that are in place and make sure that you're not being unfair to places of worship. They're not, however, ordering that all of them open immediately. Be anywhere near full occupancy. Lawyers for the California church argue that Newsome discriminated against religious institutions while allowing non religious entities to continue to gather with fewer restrictions. At
Women in ‘Birth Tourism’ Ring Had 119 Babies on New York's Long Island, Officials Say
"Additional covered related deaths in New York state. Four Turkish nationals into U. S citizens have been charged in a birth tourism scheme on long I'm using Facebook to advertise an outfit called in English. My baby should be born in America offered services to pregnant women from Turkey in the last three years, federal prosecutors said. 117 mother's delivered 119 babies at birth houses throughout Long Island. Fraudulently using more than $2 million in Medicaid funds. The investigation began when police were tipped off to five women from the same house, all requesting birth certificates. At the same time, this kind of thing is caught the eye of the Trump Administration, which looked into ending automatic
Prosecutors: Chicago police officer accused of sexually assaulting teen and another young woman years before he was hired
"8 11 this just in a Chicago police officer is accused of sexually assaulting Ah high school student and a young woman several years before CPD hired him in 2017. Tribune reports. 39 year old Winford Neely was charged today with five counts of criminal sexual abuse. Prosecutors say the assault state back to 2013 the victims are 21 38 years old. Paper reports. The younger woman filed a police report in September. The older woman issued an assault report last year nearly is due in court. December
'Birth tourism' scheme led to 119 babies born on Long Island, prosecutors say
"4 Turkish nationals and two American citizens have been charged. In a birth tourism scheme in Suffolk County correspondent Erin Could. Turkey has the story using Facebook to advertise an outfit called in English. My baby should be born in America offered services to pregnant women from Turkey in the last three years, federal prosecutors said 117 mother's delivered 119 babies at birth houses throughout Long Island fraudulently using more than $2 million in Medicaid funds. The investigation began when police were tipped off to five women from the same house, all requesting birth certificates at the same time. This kind of thing is caught the eye of the Trump Administration, which looked into ending automatic citizenship for Children born to short term visitors. The suspects were expected to be arraigned during a teleconference before a judge today went in his time of 5
Woman who fled business fraud sentencing seeks early release
"And Ohio woman who fled the U. S had ever sentencing and one of the country's biggest corporate fraud cases, is asking for early release from prison. Federal prisoner. Rebecca parent is 72 years old says she's in poor health just convicted back in 2008 of securities fraud and other charges in a scheme at a health care financing company, National Century financial Enterprises the prosecutors like in the fraud uncovered at the suburban Columbus company to end run or WorldCom scandals. Parent fled to Mexico ahead of being sentenced to 25 years in prison, but she was apprehended in 2010 and sentenced to prison.
Prosecutors investigating potential White House 'bribery-for-pardon' scheme.
"Crime related to funneling money to the white house in exchange for a presidential pardon according to court documents unsealed in federal court u s district judge beryl. How released a heavily. Redacted order on tuesday that described what she called a bribery for pardon investigation about half of the eighteen page document was blacked out with the publicly available version. Providing few details of the alleged scheme and naming none of the people potentially involved it said federal prosecutors in washington said they had obtained evidence of a bribery scheme in which someone would offer a substantial political contribution in exchange for a presidential pardon or reprieve of sentence. The order said prosecutors. Were also investigating a secret. Lobbying scheme in which two unidentified individuals acted as lobbyists to senior white house officials without complying with the registration requirement of the lobbying disclosure. Act the justice department had to ask house permission to view cetin emails between and clients who were not identified. How granted the requested. August saying the attorney client privilege did not apply in that instance prosecutors had said they planned to confront three unnamed individuals with the communications and finish their investigation according to howls order government. Investigators said they had seized over fifty digital media devices including iphones ipads laptops thumb. Drives and computer and external hard drives presidents enjoy wide latitude under the. Us constitution in pardoning people convicted of federal crimes and miscarriages of justice. Donald trump last week pardoned his former national security adviser. Michael flynn who twice pleaded guilty to lying to the fbi during the investigation into russian meddling in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. That was the first of what is expected to be a string of pardons in trump's final weeks in the white house. According to howls order the justice department had recently told her he wanted to keep the investigation from becoming public because it detailed individuals and conduct. That had not yet been charged just
Philadelphia - PA Supreme Court considers Cosby appeal
"And Bill Cosby's attempt to overturn his sex assault conviction. Maybe she's here in Kentucky. With the story Justices of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court appeared open to a least part of Bill Cosby's plead overturn his 2018 conviction of sexually assaulting Andrea Constant. They questioned the testimony from other women who had accused Cosby of sexual misconduct but whose claims were not part of the criminal charges. One Justice said. You get to the point that it's just too much, and the defendant did not have a fair trial. Prosecutors said on Lee, five of 19 women were actually allowed to testify and they were needed, they said. To corroborate Constance claims she never consented to Cosby. Aaron could her ski ABC NEWS New YORK This is
Potential "bribery-for-pardon" scheme under investigation by DOJ
"We're following a number of developing stories tonight including one story derived from these court documents. That were just unsealed in federal court in washington. Dc tonight. and i will tell you in advance. I will tell you right upfront. That the story that is derived from these newly unsealed documents the story itself is is still sort of shielded in a lot of mystery tonight in part because these documents that were just released are still almost totally redacted. All those black bars on the pages really brings back memories. This for me forever is going to be the sense. Memory of the donald j trump administration redacted redacted redacted. What this is is a twenty page. Long order from the top judge in the federal court in dc chief. Judge barrel howell judge. How will issued this order in late august. She only made it public today. And i say she made it public as i showed you a whole bunch of still out but what we can see in the bits. That aren't blacked out. Is sort of show stopping. What this document reveals. Is that federal prosecutors at the department of justice have been actively investigating what the judge describes here as a quote bribery for pardon scheme a quote secret lobbying scheme and bribery conspiracy by which some number of people were suspected of arranging bribes. To the president in the form of quote substantial political contributions those substantial political contributions would be the bribe the official act they wanted from the president in return for that bribe was allegedly quote a presidential pardon or reprieve of sentence for person whose name is blacked out so this document unsealed today although still heavily redacted show's technically what this sort of the work of the court that is revealed by this document is that judge. How all approved a request from these federal prosecutors back in august when the prosecutors were asking to look at stuff that had been seized under a search warrant as part of this criminal investigation some office was raided this past summer and from that office what was seized were apparently more than fifty 'electronic devices computer drives laptops ipads iphones thumb drives. They were all seized by search warrant as part of this federal criminal investigation. Into whether trump presidential pardons were for sale in exchange for cash contributions the judge looking at that evidence looking at the circumstances under which that evidence was collected ruled in this order that we can now see today that those materials seized under that search warrant could be handed over to prosecutors to help them build their case. That's what this orvis. And and that's all we know. This order was unsealed today. Still with lots of reductions by order of the judge who allowed prosecutors to see that material that was seized as part of that investigation. We don't know of anybody being charged in this case. We haven't seen anything that looks like public charges brought against anybody in a case like this although sometimes in some cases for some amount of time it charges like this might be kept under seal until the person is actually Brought to court to face these charges. We also don't know who the person is. They were allegedly trying to buy a trump pardon four. We don't know about any level of potential involvement by the white house era of the fact that they were apparently being targeted by this game. But behold this exists and least as late as this summer. A trump pardon bribery scheme was under investigation by the justice department. We're gonna get some updated reporting on that over the course of the hour tonight.
Computer Crime Law Scrutinized at Supreme Court
"Finally today there was an interesting tech related case that was argued before the. Us supreme court yesterday it involves a nineteen eighty-six computer crime law that has been used ever since to prosecute hackers and internet activist than the like people have been arguing strenuously that the law is outdated and indeed as justice gorsuch said in yesterday's court hearing the us government's interpretation of the law risks quote making a federal criminal of us all and quote. And yes if you're wondering this is indeed the so called. Aaron swartz law quoting politico. The supreme court on monday indicated serious reservations about the ambiguity and scope of the nation's only major cybercrime law hinting. It may narrow the law's applicability to avoid criminalising acts such as checking social media at work during arguments in a case involving a georgia police officer convicted of violating the nineteen eighty-six computer fraud and abuse act by accessing a license plate database. The justices pushed a justice department. Lawyer to explain how a ruling in the government's favour wouldn't open the door to prosecutions of innocuous behavior those could include browsing instagram on computer or performing public-spirited security research to test a system for vulnerabilities as the first see. Faa challenge to reach the high court. The van buren case generated amicus briefs from a wide range of technology privacy and cyber security experts. Most of them on van buren side a group of cybersecurity. Experts described the faa a sword hanging over the head of researchers who probe computers for weaknesses with the goal of helping their owners fix the flaws. The most controversial ever see faa case never reached a verdict. In two thousand eleven federal prosecutors indicted the prominent internet freedom activists aaron sorts on hacking charges for downloading millions of journal articles using a subscription provided by mit swertz. Then twenty four face thirty five years in prison. He by suicide in january twenty thirteen while awaiting trial. The justices sounded alarm. Monday about the broader reading of the cfe. A justice neal gorsuch suggested that the van buren case was the latest example of the government. Trying to broaden the scope of criminal laws incontestable ways several justices expressed uncertainty about the definitions of key terms in the law such as authorization and they spent a significant amount of time asking both lawyers about the meaning of the word so in one part of the statute quote. What is this statute talking about. When it speaks of information in the computer justice samuel alito asked finding in at one point. All information that somebody obtains on the web is in the computer in a sense. I have a feeling. That's not what congress was thinking about when adopted this law. I don't really understand the potential scope of the statute without having an idea about exactly what all those terms mean li added. The justices also sought more clarity about the consequences. That fisher argued would result from abroad. Reading of the faa alina. Ask fisher to explain how the would criminalize one of his example scenarios. Wait on dating website. Fisher responded that by receiving interested messages from potential romantic partners based on falsified. Wait the user would be obtaining information from a computer in violation of the websites terms of service and also thus these cf a similarly fisher told justice elena kagan checking instagram at work constituted obtaining words and pictures from ones instagram feed and if a company prohibited social media browsing on computers obtaining that information would also violate the cf a bike contravening the employers policy and quote
"prosecutor" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up
"About what happened. It was it was really chilling. It was chilling him and she was actually put in jail for a period of time. There were cops on the grand jury. I mean the the idea that this would be practice which it turns out it was regular practice in this county in Texas is astonishing checks and balances to be able to manage these things. But not for the poor you know. You can't hire a high powered attorney to help represent you. You don't really know what your rights are and you can't afford to enforce them so you know particularly in. This was the case the Chester Holman case to the system of criminal. Justice preys on the poor. Because you can muscle the poor in ways that you can't do to the rich And of course the poor don't have access to the same legal defense typically as people with money or as the state does or the labs or any of the other access that the state has Dan. Rizzo was the prosecutor in this case and the film uncovers his having committed an egregious brady violation in withholding records that prove that. Brown did make that phone call. That was his alibi for the murder and that proved that he. Did it know that he did it knowingly that he had an email saying I was hoping it would say this but it didn't? This case is the definition of a brady violation and which a prosecutor violated legal duty constitutional duty to turn over documents. That are helpful. To the defense sobriety violations are another thing that I think those of US interested in wrongful conditions have learned a lot about in the last couple of years but this was a bad one bad one because I mean not only I mean when you have evidence that shows that the alleged perp the person that you want to send to to to prison or to send to die is innocent and you withhold that information. I mean where you going. Is that for the notch on the belt. How do you live with yourself at night? And except that you you convince yourself that he's probably a bad guy and he's he's done other bad things so it's okay. I mean how. How do you wrap your head around that that you hide that evidence knowing that it would be proof that he would be innocent? It really is chilling and yet he's completely unrepentant and the police union is outraged. The dwayne Brown is has been exonerated and declared innocent. And that's another thing about the justice system that I find disquieting and something that I learned in terms of making the series. This terrifying certainty. You know this me to feel certain so that you're unwilling to ever check yourself to you know. Imagine if we all behave that way so that if we learned that something we set our did was wrong or inaccurate untruthful and we just refused to admit you know what kind of world would that be. But that's the world too often of the criminal justice system where there's no willingness or no mechanism for reconsideration or doubt and there's no incentive for people to accept that they were wrong. I mean it's so interesting to watch. And in that case when they decided to declare him legally innocent that the preamble to that press conference had to be. A lot of people aren't going to like this. You're not gonNA WANNA hear this but Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. It's like he didn't do it he just didn't not only did he. Did he do it? That's a number one but the other thing is that means that the person who did do it is still out there warm in some other part of the prison system. But you know you'd like to think it was a moment Larry. Crasner is talking in the film on Chester Homeland. He says yeah. We'd like to think that we WANNA put the guilty people in jail and let the innocent people go free and you also don't want the innocent person to stay in jail ain't right. I mean You because because you don't want innocent people in prison because that means the guilty out there. Continuing commit crimes right right speaking of innocence. Though he still hasn't gotten compensation from the State of Texas out there was a period of time where they thought he was going to get compensation right right and that I think is a huge injustice. So if you're listening in Texas Raise a Ruckus because this man deserves compensation for what he went through. You know at the hands of Of the state moving onto episode nine of the innocence files. The case of Ken White. Emco who by the way does not look a lot like Phil Collins stages doesn't I would agree with that. Detective Olsten asked me who I thought the composite looks like. I told my uncle Phil Collins in one of the lighter moments of this entire series of He is arrested for allegedly raping and robbing a woman in Michigan and he's immediately harassed by the prosecutor who calls him the million dollar man sort of saying to him like you're not going to be able to fight this. How is that for a setup at the very beginning of a case right? I mean again. It just testifies to the the need for that certainty that the idea. They have a narrative and they're going to push that narrative no matter what the cost like I say again in the case of Ken went emco. It's another way of of getting it. Something which they decided he was a bad guy. They had evidence from his girlfriend. Maybe he was a bad guy and so they pushed the bad guy narrative and the hammer at it until the send him down. Linda Davis is the prosecutor that you focus on in this episode. And she doesn't really seem to have a strong sense of how cases should work in terms of how they're actually investigated and worked. She also didn't have much of a sense of of regret about what had happened. See perfectly sanguine about what happened to poor can went EMCO. That also is something. I have a hard time understanding. I have a hard time standing that to as the documentary progress in the innocence project gets involved and there are all these opportunities to test items for DNA. And I guess it was that deposition footage of her talking about what she did and didn't do in this case. It was in a report that there was a seaman found on a of underwear. I didn't question it. I made an assumption that it was Mr White Namco's in it was explained to me by Tom. Austin that the victim had had an affair earlier that night that she had never had that pair of underwear on after it was initially taken off of her by Mr Call and that it could not have possibly been his semen so I did not send it for testing I would have otherwise. Is that true? Do you think I mean I'm curious? If you're just your opinion you direct this portion of directed by Sara Dallin. Who did a lovely job? Yeah it's hard to know in that moment. Is She lying? Is She remembering things in a way that are I? It doesn't make her look particularly good. It makes her look incompetent or a little bit like a liar but but she doesn't seem to to pause too much just rolls right into it. Same thing with the detective. You know it's interesting the part of the this episode that I think I mean. I'm glad that made me uncomfortable. I think it should is that one of the pieces of evidence that Linda's kind of brings into the into focus is having cans. Ex-girlfriend accused him of being a rapist. Because you know some of his sexual proclivities lineup allegedly with details of the crime and there is some discomfort there the idea that they would lean on that lean on the idea of having a woman falsely accused a guy of being a rapist and that's uncomfortable to watch as viewer and I'm wondering if that was uncomfortable to make you know as a documentarian. How that sort of dealt with a good was and and I think it was also a question that Sarah had to reckon with a lot to was. To what extent do you include some of the details? Either of his past behavior or the details of the rape itself which to some extent he really had to in order to be able to get at the facts of the matter but again this is part of building narrative you want to build the narrative of Ken. Y Namco as a kind of a pervert. Who could commit this kind of an act? Why do you think it was important to go to such different parts of the country to tell these stories? And this is your block of a really good question. We debated that a lot. And and you know we've got.
"prosecutor" Discussed on You Can't Make This Up
"Be a reason which isn't true. But that's something I think people believe. I love you to talk a little bit about Roger King his personality the way. He was viewed In Philadelphia and in the courtroom Roger King was a very charismatic character. And I know that I mean he had kind of the fire and brimstone approach of a of a of an old time preacher. We actually were able to get footage of him kind of giving a facsimile of a of a jury to execute somebody. You should look at him and saw. But it's gone. That's being fed. You should stand up and look at him and look at him for a despicable human being. That he is a mad dog. He is and say for what you did why you did it. How did what you did? You should die. It's pretty compelling. I mean this guy is really you could see how in the courtroom he would be hugely convincing He was big man and he felt that he had justice on his side and so if he had been the law to get there he was going to do it and he built a rather enviable record of convictions. Now we know and we're beginning to find out through the work of the innocence project that there was a reason he was getting those convictions. Which was because he was neither helping. To falsify evidence coercing witnesses to ally series of other things. They did it inventory. Discover that his convictions. Were were false. So there's something peculiar about Roger King. He was much admired when he died. The the the obituaries of him were you know. A tremendous outpouring of grief and respect but I think underlying that was a person who felt he had the right to take the law into his own hands that he made decisions about when people were good or bad what was right and wrong and didn't let the facts stand in the way of his gut. It's more than just speeches in court and his persona. He's actually interfering with witnesses in a way that you know if you heard about it in different context it would be an insanity but apparently that was done with some regularity will Jerry Jones the woman who testified against Chester. A trial was threatened by that and it was her fear that they were going to do something to her. That led her to change her story and then they sent her literally out of the city. They said it was for her protection. that Chester was gonna come after her otherwise and then only bring her back in order to be able to testify so it was very much coercive process and the police were very much involved with that. Also is a record of Roger King working with certain detectives over and over and over again and they had a kind of routine going on in terms of how they would get witnesses either liar to shave the truth in ways that resemble the narrative that they were building and that was one of the most interesting things to me as documentarian. Which is you you realize that over time bad prosecutors when I say bad I mean. People were corrupt and are not following the letter of the law. They're storytellers and I'm a storyteller but what you understand. Is that in court or along the way to court. You know in terms of gathering the evidence and what you do. Don't turn over to the fence. It's trying to take a story. That's very much in the gray and turning it into a story that's black and white so that everything is clear and certain and that kind of disquieting certainty that the justice system wants to push it's comforting in some ways because I think we as citizens all want to know we got the bad guy. We put the bad guy behind bars. You know mission accomplished but there's a reason there are terms like reasonable. Doubt Shadow of a doubt doubt turns out to be important. And I think we've gone overboard in terms of lionising. A kind of harsh certainty that comes of the need to tell a simple story to a jury in a way that ultimately becomes not the truth but ally right and I think that also given regular citizens who sit on juries their proclivity to want to trust you know. People who display an innate distrust of the government don't get picked for the jury they just don't so and if that same kind of in the system I think that makes people want to believe those stories and also. There's you know obviously during this period a lot of accusations of racism in the system in the city of Philadelphia. That's where Roger King had this peculiar advantage. Because he was black and you know and many of the people he was prosecuting. We're black was assumed that there was no racial intent or motive and so he must have been ferreting out the truth and I think that Roger King and away saw himself as a character who was kind of a finding a way of taking the bad apples. Out of the african-american Daryl and in that way. He became an extremely dangerous character. If you were black defendant going up against him. I mean that that was sort of the era of the you know. Bill cosby proselytizing. Pull your pants up young men. It's really interesting. The the sort of the the time periods and the regions you Look at these. Three episodes as a filmmaker who is known for making music transcended beautiful documentaries. How painful is it for you to have that little sideways iphone video of Chester Home? Getting out of prison in your documentary was interesting the way the prison handled. Chester's release because when he was finally exonerated. The prison move very quickly with lightning speed. Because I think they didn't want a gaggle of cameras there and we only got I think about two or three hours before gesture was going to be released and all of us you know made out like that's out of hell to in separate cars to try to get there at time and my producer who's magnificent on his film. Kevin Huffman got there with his camera and was there when Chester got out. That is to say with his iphone because the camera crews hadn't arrived yet and he got the perfect shot the money shot but they confiscated his phone and erase the footage. But we did get from somebody whose name and identity. I won't reveal that sideways. Look at Chester hugging. Allan talk just after he gets out of the gates. I'm moving on. You know one other character who comes into play in a lot of these wrongful conviction case. I don't want to say a lot. Because we hear the innocence project folks say over and over and over again that they only can do a tiny percentage of cases that come their way they can actually take up for a variety of reasons. The same is true in a newsroom. I work in a newsroom by day. I know that we get. Tips beget from citizens from inmates from all sorts of people. All the time writing. And you can. You can just sort of be. Dale used by stories of people saying I was wrong in one way or the other but an episode eight. We have an instance of journalists getting a tip like this and really working it in the case of Alfred. Dwayne Brown He was convicted for capital murder in the killing of Houston police officer Charles Clarke in another case that went wrong on many levels. Can you just talk about the role of journalism in in the stories that are covered in your episodes? Sure I mean. In Chester's case there was the role of the Philadelphia Inquirer who did that wonderful takeout on tests the lying that we profile in the case of dwayne Brown. You know there was Lisa Lisa Falkenberg. That was not a film. I directed was directed by the Wonderful Andy. Grieve was my longtime editor. So Lisa just found this case and really did believe in it and Doug and Doug and Doug and didn't extraordinary amount of work until she started embarrassing people And the next thing you know defense attorneys start to take over and I think that it can't be said enough. That the role of the press in terms of embarrassing public officials is potent and powerful and at a time when the press is being demonized as enemies of the people you can see in the hands of Lisa. What dogged reporting truth telling can do in terms of writing a wrong? It was really interesting. Because Brown's case he also had an alibi and he called his girlfriend at a time when the murder was committed so he couldn't have done it and yet at the grand jury people. Don't how grand juries work it's the prosecutor and a bunch of citizen. Jurors called in and jurors can ask questions unlike in a courtroom jury trial but the prosecutor allowed this alibi witness to be badgered and harassed by the grand jury that was shocking to me and harassed by the grand jury and and really threatened by the prosecutors so that she was terrified. That issues guy end up going to prison for perjury. And who's GonNa take care of her kid and so they had a way of making her toe the line. I mean it was rough justice in the in the the most terrible sense that was a big get for Andy and his team to be able to get her The girlfriend come forward and talk.
"prosecutor" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"With the prosecutor will believe the law and order in consequence we've got this guy the blog video everybody in the press lamp that the guy he never showed up on time he's always at the gym everybody is laughing it in the day he announced for president I beat it the whole down news paper the whole thing with everybody laughing with this picture of the battle these guys that went out for a walk around on the trail well the York city is suffering all kinds of problems with law enforcement get the hose down the get a bucket thrown at them they don't even do anything you've got the blog deals warning as he started by trashing the cop and a yeah but stop that and business is down in the city look what happened the am about look at Batman I mean this is the classic what bill bond with the Democrats and the blonde B. O. is the guy you know who it is but I don't have a clue I don't know what else he does not have a clue the guy who's running is bad is cool is it I can't even clear all up saying something worse than what I want to say I'm not gonna say other than you've got all the pal but they're already big but everything is about making sure that that that color is the only thing that matters we need diversity we sure but you know what we need a level playing field for everybody and when I was DA everybody got a level playing field I don't care what color you want or what party you're from this is the America or street but the lack does not believe in that the lab will leave that that the people are there to fund the government whatever they want and now these Democrats running for president what they want is they want you to pay for the healthcare for a legal and then pay for your own healthcare they want free college education for a legal but you got to pay for your own I know this is this is beyond you know what at least at least rock Obama you know the guidelines do you but now Bravo bomber would be considered to server that he's on a lot of this book by need these guys are the losers judge Jeanine Pirro I'm glad the book is out radical resistance and revenge imagine and fourteen minds that all of a sudden Elizabeth Warren is sitting in the White House and she's talking about social policy with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer the country would be remade not in an American image we gotta go judging you know I watch every week and give my best all the folks at fox especially Sean Hannity I love that guy you too and thank you dear listeners and thank you to you bill for what you do the reason the word gets out and god bless America thank you judge thank you I let's continue with more of a line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven bill coming in the great American live with you every Sunday night Glenn.
"prosecutor" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Oh, seven more parents come under scrutiny as federal prosecutors expand their college, admissions bribery investigation is growing among Elliott area. Elites as a New York Times. K Taylor reports. More find out there now under investigation or worry. They soon might be. She says several are scrambling to find lawyers and figure out what to do whether to. On themselves the prosecutors and hope for leaning in treatment or to lay low and hope to lose over, and whatever they may have done doesn't get noticed. So far only two parents have entered guilty pleas and signed cooperation agreements with prosecutor's criminal defense attorney and former federal prosecutor Manny Metron, oh says he's confident they will not be the only parents cooperating. There's going to the parents who are going to jury trial and the government wants to corroborate anything that the ringleader says, and what better way than to have other parents who have pled guilty and for cooperating that strengthens the credibility of the ringleader and makes the overall case much stronger for the government has no doubt more indictments or coming in this case, he says, it's a sure as the sunrise tomorrow, Claudia has Cuba KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio. We all know the cost of going to college has been shooting up, but new numbers show just how much students pay now compared to what their parents did the California budge. And Posey center research shows that adjusted for inflation college tuition and fees for attending a university of California school is now six times greater than it was forty years ago will the cost of attending California State University campus is nearly fifteen times greater the study's authors, Amy rose, she says a big reason for the staggering increase is less money coming from the states. The state paid most of the cost of higher education. California's public institutions for example in early nineteen eighties direct general fund spending pursued at the UC was around twenty five thousand and today. It's down nearly fifty percent at about thirteen thousand students in Rosa's because of those budget cuts. Universities have to turn to students to help make up for lost revenue. Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio Orange County's oldest unsolved. Murder cases. It involves a Placentia millionaire who disappeared without a trace ten years ago. But now, please tell KNX they're getting closer and closer to solving the crime his first wife had died a year earlier in two thousand eight in eighty one year old Bob Herod had just remarried. He was getting his Placentia home ready for a second wife to move into. When suddenly he was gone kind of a it kind of has been done Arjun, Joe Connell, Placentia PD. He says it's now been a decade since Mr. Herod was last seen and that investigators event. Actually determined. It was not a case of somebody who decided to just disappear on his own. They believe Mr. Herod was murdered. Despite the fact that they haven't found it treating it as a what we call nobody homicide. Just recently to local residents were arrested in the cold case and then released pending more investigation. But sergeant Connell believes detectives will ultimately get to the bottom of it goes like, we're we're getting almost there. One of Bob, heritage daughters has put up a fifty thousand dollar reward in the case. And investigators are asking anyone who knows something about the murder to contact with central police. John Baird KNX ten seventy NewsRadio seventy eight years after the attack on Pearl Harbor a fallen navy sailor from Pasadena finally comes home, the story live from KNX ten seventy Brian paying nineteen year olds seaman first class. John Albert Carly was killed on board the battleship USS Oklahoma, which was sunk by Japanese torpedoes on December seventh nineteen forty one. He was one of the three hundred eighty eight people who. Were buried as unknowns. Until twenty fifteen when they were disinterred by the defense POW mea accounting agency. They would Vance in DNA technology Carly's remains were positively identified and then sent to alternate to be buried with military honors next to his parents graves..
"prosecutor" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Prosecutors say it's not enough on the Brady, Fox News. They're pushing for a new sentencing of the white police officer who killed a black teen shot sixteen times in Chicago where FOX's Jeff and also is live. Lisa, Illinois, attorney General, Raul. I'm the lead prosecutor in the Jason Van Dyke case filed a petition to the state supreme court challenging Van Dyke sentence of less than seven years in prison and the two thousand fourteen killing of drugged burglary suspects. Look one McDonald. This is the first step in asking the court to declare that the trial court improperly sentenced Jason Van Dyke than to order. A new sentencing hearing prosecutors had asked for a sentence of up to twenty years the defense on probation. No comment yet from Van Dyke legal team, Lisa. Thanks, Jeff border security talks in congress hit a new wall with just four days left to avoid another partial government shutdown the big sticking point among the conferees at the moment is the number of detention space. For immigration and customs enforcement, otherwise known as ice the Democrats are willing to support while Republicans want to expand the number of detention facilities. Democrats want to reduce the overall number and cap, the number of beds used for interior enforcement. That's for people found to be in the country illegally in places other than the border at sixteen thousand five hundred beds. Fox's John decker at the White House. The president FOX's John Roberts rather at the White House. The president tweeting the Democrats were acting irrationally. Democrats argue a cap on detention beds would force the administration to prioritize deportation for criminals, President Trump holds a rally tonight in El Paso, Texas. He also sit down with FOX's Laura Ingram. That interview airs at ten P M eastern, former Texas congressman better Aurora who hasn't ruled out a run for president plans to hold an anti wall.
"prosecutor" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"I've said that since day one, I don't do you know the way to stop this jurors would just rejected. Jurors don't for some reason inexplicably. Jurors for the most part will accept the fact with somebody's up there, and they're testifying in a trial. And I start cross examining them about the fact that they're testifying, and they may even somebody who's pled guilty for lying to the FBI. Okay. Let me see this. Right. The first time before you were facing jeopardy, you were Aligarh. But now when you're facing jeopardy and your testifying court, you're not a liar. You're you're now telling the truth makes no sense. Right. It doesn't and also from a guys that allay person. But as a former prosecutor and rear professor at Loyola Marymount. I can say that obviously anyone who knows anything about human nature knows that if you threaten the incarceration of somebody and especially. Oftentimes in these situations. People have means you know, what I mean? It's one thing when you're seventeen and you get busted and Tijuana and have to spend a week in jail or something like that. When you're in your fifties sixties, you have family ever reputation. You have a job you have income. You have you're used to your threat count on your gyp Shen cotton sheets. And so someone says you're going into the pokey for a few months. That's that's impactful you really don't wanna do that. And you'll say just about anything. Most people will say about anything to avoid that. And also, you're not getting people. Let's be fair. You're not getting people that have never been to Washington DC never met. Donald Trump never met Bill Clinton never met Hillary Clinton never met, Monica Lewinsky or sorry, Monica Ken, Starr, whoever never if people that are sort of ten gently they're there because they were there. Right. And so you're not really asking them, completely compose. You're just asking them to do sort of feel like our sound like like, all right? You're at the party. And we know you're at the party and Clint was at the party or Trump is at the party or whoever was at the party. Now, we don't need you to make something out of whole cloth. Like, you're never at the party. We just need you to say I heard them talking about some stuff which is completely easy easy to do especially when you desperately don't want to go to prison. Well, and by the way, then if you don't then this is what happens you become Paul Manafort where he pled after he lost his first trial started to cooperate. And then guess what happens? They didn't like what he said. So they filed a document with the sentencing judge that says Paul Manafort lied to us when he was supposed to cooperate lied to us, and therefore he doesn't get any consideration. So then you get host yet again. And by the way. Paul manafort's lawyers were talking to Trump's lawyers, and that's a further obstruction of Justice under a joint defense agreement which by the way, I if I'm defending Paul Manafort. Yeah, I'm going to talk to Trump's lawyers. I wanna know what Trump say and at the same time, I want to tease this question. But like popadopoulos and some of these other guys going to prison for fourteen day. Are you tell me how that works? I don't know. I I don't know really if a crime, but I know what you sort of drunk tank overnight. And then I know some other stuff, but it seems such a bizarre thing that I you shall serve half a month. And it seems completely symbolic because I feel like we've got to get this guy off the street for fourteen days until ever could put bars on the windows of their house. And then I don't know what I'm I'm curious. How you arrive at fourteen days, I understand six months or year. And I understand no time in a fine and community service. I. I don't know what fourteen days means, and I don't know what they're trying to do with fourteen days. You tell me what you can do fourteen days..
"prosecutor" Discussed on Undisclosed
"That was sent to prison was inside the church. He may have been in the car, but I never believe one of the church. My guess is that once we finally get transcripts of the closing arguments did as periods case, we're going to realize that this theory about what happened is not done Turner's theory at all my guess is that this is all prosecutor John Johnson's theory as explained in his closing arguments because the evidence Donna tournament calls definitely didn't come up the parts of the trial. We do have for instance, remember how Donna Turner recalled there being evidence Dennis periods. DNA being found at rising daughter. Well, it wasn't just in as Perry's DNA. Sure called them finding their so you're confident he was there at the scene. This is I'm confident that I'm okay. What I'm confident of is him airtime together at some time because there's too true bottles would vice denies in the chart again. This isn't what happened to Pepsi bottles workout at the scene. But at the Georgia lost them if they could ever be tested for DNA. There were two pets though. And maybe that could mean there were two people. I know that the attorney had said, and that's what has been the prosecuting win. That the bottle put them together to be clear. I don't think John Johnson literally said this closing arguments. Not in the strong sense that Donna Turner recalls, but Donna Turner from somewhere and John Johnson didn't suggest as closing arguments that Donnie Barron Thein Perry had done this crime together. Well, you can kiss my grits. The real mystery to me is why Donna Turner is the only juror. We've talked to who was convinced baron tiny been at the scene, given the immunity agreement. It's the only explanation that really makes sense. But one reason he was so forgettable may have been because what happened during deliberations, it all goes back to the format of the jury and his interpretation Donna Turner called the bucks that this wasn't heads are Marta trial in for a lot of us. It was usually is. Yes, and hey, Rayleigh kind of orchestrated stuff and Emily would bring in a lot of things that we weren't allowed to bring in in a while. But you gotta think about this. Well, we can't use that we have to deal with exactly about this fact is now. I think he's guilty as Donna Turner members at the formats reputation of evidently rules meant they could only consider exactly what was before you nothing else out of the box. You can't look at it. Did you ever discuss Barron time with them? Consider him at all his Arnold travel. We told you can't consider him a suspect that way that we couldn't consider him in this trial hearing, Donna Turner, all I can think of now is the former experiences in other trial had been on the Jimmy metres trial in that trial. The former actually try looking outside the box. He tried asking police reports for the highway three or three shooting, and he'd been slapped down the court said, no just consider what strictly for you nothing else. Because prosecutor John Johnson had buried the evidence of the highway three or three reports. And the jury foreman had learned his lesson because prosecutor John Johnson had buried the evidence of the highway three police reports the jury foreman learn his lesson, but he wasn't supposed to take into consideration. Any Evans somebody cysts, but wasn't there in court and learning this lesson in the metres trial formative, Dennis Perry's trial? You've got to focus on. What was presented. What? Waco us, and you got it forget the rest, and you can't use Barra time, right? Can't stand. Anyone question on this or push back, or after whiting us know everybody felt like what you've been on a murder trial before. So..
"prosecutor" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Sent Nope and records after quest. The district attorney's office seeking access to the evidence in the league case prosecutor John Johnson wrote back to attorneys and like many of his letters defense attorneys. It's pretty much just snark, snarky letters to oppose council is kind of Johnson's Goto move. Anyway, in the middle of another caster diatribe in this letter, Larry attorneys, John Johnson included the following line, noting that he quote assumed attorneys will be trying to present this evidence in some kind of hearing regarding Larry, Lee, and other words, John Johnson. New -xactly, why attorneys were trying to find the evidence in case three days later prosecutor John Johnson wrote another letter this letter was to the gbi I and it said to authorize you to destroy a large piece of rug y'all still have in storage in this case, as you know, this case was tried some time ago that was convicted we are now in stayed flesh federal habeas corpus proceedings. Even if the case where to have to be retried, I would not expect this. To be introduced into evidence or needed. Sincerely, yours. John johnson. And that's by the rug, and Larry Lee case is gone. Once John Johnson found out the Larry Lee had attorneys who are looking to finally habeas action for him. John Johnson destroyed it. Larry's attorneys, eventually got this letter from the TV I but before that happened before they actually knew what happened to the rug got a chance to pose Johnson. And they asked him about what had happened all the evidence. In the case. Why was missing? Here's the section of the transcript, we're Larry these attorneys asked John Johnson about why it was all going. Have you ever requested are structured anybody at the GB I to destroy our dispose of any physical evidence in this case ever station, are instance, in the district attorney's office where you requested the gbi I go ahead and dispose destroy evidence. Or is that up to them to use the term ever and the answer to that question would be? Yes. But not in this case that was a lie told under oath because John Johnson had personally written to the an order, the rugs destruction as soon as he learned that a habeas petition might be filed. As a result of all the Brady violations and other result of the profound ineffectiveness of Larry lease defense attorney his conviction was overturned in two thousand eight in two thousand fifteen the state dismissed all charges. He was taken off death row. And is now eligible for parole had been presented with evidence concerning the key state. Witnesses biases for testifying and how the driven aware of the false testimony presented to it. There's a compelling light behind. The jury would not have reached unanimous verdict recommend him the petitioner be put to..
"prosecutor" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Why Donnie Barrington and ultimate suspects in the case been given immunity by prosecutor John Johnson to testify Dennis Peiris trial. What what was what was so that you gave him immunity? That right. There was my red flags, and I believe butchered. You know denniston? Why would you give that why does he was he giving for what if he had nothing to do with Mike Larson didn't have answers, and I didn't either. Although it's not the fact of baron time receiving entity that bothered me so much that I understand that wasn't so weird. But what I couldn't get over. And couldn't understand is the reason John Johnson had given that immunity finding that fad Donnie Ballantine was a witness the death of Harold Thelma. Swain was present at the scene at has given statements to other persons about his involvement has testimony to such as necessary to the public interest. Why which on Johnson have written that Barron Thein was getting him unity because he was a witness to heroin thumbs Swain being murdered? The only person who insect question is John Johnson. And he doesn't have any answers that he's willing to share. He's been asked before in two thousand seven in an article about this case and the Denver post John Johnson said he can't remember why meeting the agreement says Barron time was a witness at this point John Johnson is quoted as saying I can't answer that question. We wrote it that way. And we went forward with it. That's all I can tell you at this point. I don't believe Johnson writing. The Donnie baron Thein was an eye witness for the murders wasn't some kind of typo. He wrote that for a reason. John Johnson might not be willing to give us an answer. But there's somewhere else we can look over the years Johnson's prosecute a lot of cases and send a lot of people death and looking at some of those other cases make us a few clues about what happened with Donny baron times given immunity into this period case..
"prosecutor" Discussed on Sleuth
"They shouldn't die nothing. Like this should happen to anyone. So I've never moved from that suggested that is life any less value. Of course me as a defense lawyer. We're seeing value in lives that many people couldn't see. So we understand that. And I feel that I would like to say on the record have I ever once in all the times that we've met have I ever said to you. I believe your client doesn't belong on death row. You haven't said that. Thank you, Mr. Moxley. That's your office that Santa any court how and I don't watch thousand of those type of press conferences over the air in Orange County and twenty. Three years of covering that courthouse and press conferences like that. I've never seen that before. And that was than than the introduction of you. That was pretty much what I've seen all the time. The emotion from the victims in the prosecutor making statements, but coming after you that was rare. Wait, you're shocked by that too Paul. I'm totally shocked by that. It's just you know, it's a perfect example of the unprofessionalism that lives in that office and to see that completely blown away by it as we all know here this happened before where a prosecutor thought that Mr. Wilson here was Moxley and went after him showing a little bit of unhinged. There did that happen to you as well. That I which hearing was that decry one of the decry hearings, Paul, you're you're an attendance. And he thought the prosecutor thought you in fact, we're Mr. Moxley, that's correct. What happened then he went allayed? He came came from behind the podium that he was standing at. I was behind channel seven's camera any came from high end the podium and approached me waiting finger like is is that Mr. Moxley, and I came for behind the camera approached him and let him know my name is Paul Wilson. And I'm from the sill beach, salon shadings, which are office, and I'm victims fan of my life died grabby. Yes. It actually came came related to the decry case it was the informant. Oscar morale it was more sensing Morio couple days before Christmas. So that was the informant that was all about the informant scandal and the decry case, which is a separate case from what this podcast has been focused on. But you represented both clients both Daniela's neck end, Scott to cry. Okay. I wanted to ask you, Mr. Moxley. I have to Scott's here's song. Go back to the misters. If that's okay. I wanted to ask you, Mr. Moxley. How do you feel when you hear the prosecutor not only roast me and my podcast, but he made a suggestion that all the other journalists are professional because they're not covering the podcast except for one. And that's you. I take that as a badge of honor. Because my position covering any court hearing is to my readers to tell the truth to my readers. So I'm not editing out anything that's major the MO..
"prosecutor" Discussed on WRVA
"Courtroom crying i went out and asked her what was wrong and she said she made me li marched right back in interrupted the proceedings put her back on the stand and header corrector testimony and when the prosecutor who is the first sharing the case asked me what the hell i was doing i said we're going to correct her testimony and if you stop makes county i don't make that statement just a glorified might help but because i think that is the attitude with most of the line prosecutors had instill hey this is what we're hearing during this period where the fbi leadership is coming under severe analysis and criticism we here yeah but man most of the people the fbi the agents the analysts they are the cream of the crop and if they can speak out they would tell you how outraged they are by it so and i know and they are outraged by it is i am outraged by rod the guy i call rotten rod rosenstein because if any of us had signed off on the fis a application knowing that it was based in part on a false affidavit watt and rod and company would have fired me a new york minute and yet there's a different standard for this creates the top has been for several years which is again why yearly coast like sydney i was writing my own book i'm not seeking or anything but i knew that if i published it i would be out on the street in a heartbeat the things she gets into moves to specific cases are really just the tip of the iceberg well that's what she says and at the end of the book she says that despite learning all this despite us exposing it nothing's really changed well that's a again at the headquarters well i do not still believe that it bleeds down into everyday casework i think there's lots of people with ethics and who still believe that ah prosecutor's job is to seek the truth maybe i'm pollyannish in that regard but i don't think so based on what i saw all of those years well that's what i with the depart that's what everybody believes everybody's been raised to believe that everybody's been raised to believe that the law enforcement people are out for justice not scalps and convictions to climb the ladder and so forth but people are people people can be corrupted people can be corrupt and the idea that we have any government agency that is immune from this is absurd but the department of justice for the longest time has gotten the benefit of the doubt it's an incredible amount of power these people at particularly at headquarters you can't compete with them just in terms of money alone if they want to get you they'll find a way and you hope that the people they wanna get deserve to be gotten but that's not what you read when you read this book licensed to kill folks i didn't even intend to bring this up today it's just something i'm reading in my spare time i'm not reading it for show prep something happened today that that in the first hour that that made me reference this and i i didn't intend for it to become as as much a discussion topic today as it has but it if is relevant because i'm telling a lot of the people that are exposed as corrupt in her book are working right now with robert muller trying to nail donald trump they've gotten away with everything they did despite being cited for contempt despite being investigated they're still being highly paid some of them went into private practice muller brought them back from private practice to run his operation and in the sixteen primary lawyers and investigators on mother's team all hillary clinton democrats which is why trump keeps talking trump is wise to continue to tweet about this he is extremely wise to continue to tweet about this because he's doing something nobody ever has the guts to do when they're up against the justice department that's fight back that's just makes them look at great example this is michael cohen look what he's doing today cohen whatever he's whatever he's facing and we don't know he is scared to death he's out praising the prosecutors he is thanking the prosecutors he is telling the world that he is assured the prosecutors are going to be fair that they i only want once justin right he is scared to death of him and he thinks that.
"prosecutor" Discussed on Kickass News
"Yeah i did my character did have a scene where he was on the toilet yeah that's what i'm thinking and i probably checked that with him to and he said well you know people do go to the bathroom well he certainly turned you onto an interesting role i is this the probably the first time in a while that you play a legitimate heavy i guess i mean you've kind of played humor i've head while you're only man i had my prosecutor period i was an absence of malice whose life is in any way and another forget i i wouldn't prince this is a prosecutor i guess and then i became like a funny prosecutor i don't i don't have any explanation for any of that and i haven't i haven't been but he's an interesting character because he's because the nice thing about this movie is it's very nicely written and you would think some of these people are somewhat stereotypes because you need those in these kinds of movies like who's the bad guy who's the good guy rut along with other things and this movie kind of defies you kinda can't really know for sure what people are doing and you know what they're really up to there's so many layers this is like they should call this move they should call the the onion because you'll got feeling but then nobody would ever want and yet it's nice to be by to to somewhat villain territory was always you probably know if you're playing a villain you don't think of yourself as villain you just you just think of yourself as this is what i need this is why everybody thinks i'm such a schmuck but i don't think like you you know you have to find you have to find we don't have to but but as a good actor you have to understand the motivation of a villain and they've in their mind.
"prosecutor" Discussed on WRVA
"Person that does it the state under state law but the way the kind of incentives would work when this was done man just that because they were assigned to a private doctor because the coroner prosecutor handled authority over who did the autopsy if you went to a doctor if you're a prosecutor will say new went to a doctor with the staff and you said to him here's what i think happened here's what i need you to tell me happened and they came back the next day and said well you know that's not how it happened or more likely there's just not enough evidence for me to say that that's how it happened you know if you're if the prosecutor is sort of you know not particularly conscientious or or you know interested in i dunno pursuing kind of a if you're former justice you know white ball you basically and you won't be getting anyone autopsy referrals but i think i think you can even be somewhat well intention prosecutor and still be kind of the motivated by bye bye this kind of misplaced incentive in the system which is to say that maybe the next time you have to refer topsy you consider a doctor doctrine not necessarily because you want one is gonna lie for you but just because you know dr who tells you what you think happened is going to see more trustworthy and say she needs to go back to that doctor and so basically by telling prosecutors what they wanna hear you know a lot of cases they were right but they weren't hayme was able to basically sort of monopolize these referrals in the state so when he started in the late eighties he was doing you know a couple of dozen top sees per year and by the mid nineties of watching by the early ninety s he's doing eight nine hundred thousand per year in by you know thousands when finally we're getting sort of toward the end of his career he was doing fifteen hundred eighteen hundred and some cases over two thousand autopsies per year and you know just to put those numbers into perspective i mean you can do the math yourself and divide you know two thousand by sixty five and you find east five autopsies per day six autopsies per day assuming he works every day of the year and you know we know just from records.
"prosecutor" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day
"It's a twostory brick building in newark on the first floor the walls or painted with colorful balloons rainbows and birds that's where there's a nurse and therapists who council survivors of abuse detectives and prosecutors have offices next to each other that makes it easier to work together but they're upstairs the guns and badges out of you sell we don't want guns in badghis in than that's really important to keep it out friendly that night the woman who was interviewed just once by two detectives and assistant prosecutor watch from across the hall on a computer a dose with intellectual disabilities are not children but some things can help with both people with intellectual disabilities and young children to think in a literal ways questions with abstract concepts like timer metaphors can be confusing every cop and prosecutor here get's training in interview technique on how to ask concrete questions that makes it easier for adults with intellectual disabilities to answer a sexual assault that happens in private in secret these things don't happen out in the open you look for all the different building blocks that corroborate the case and her interview she was able to describe what happened to her one other thing was big for prosecutors in this new jersey case dna evidence the results took months to arrive first they went to prosecutor robert marino so we get an email version of a lab report i take a look at it all bob calls me he knows when there is a big case and he'll call and say just so you now the theonas here so it's very exciting and i personally i jump up and down in my office i just do i mean it just i get excited because these cases are difficult to prove in it's helpful when you've got corroborating evidence that strong at the time of glenn rich 25 years ago dna wasn't so commonly used now it's one of the best tools on these cases still but keita conviction is usually the testimony of the victims.
"prosecutor" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day
"Welcome for the head prosecutor for the sexual assault and rape analysis unit yes minister llerena sweet as right this way yabe yup couple of cops wanna see a four high school students were convicted and that young prosecutor robert marino today he's the chief prosecutor in essex county new jersey he continues to make prosecution of sex crimes against people with intellectual disabilities a priority we are here for those who are victimized in these are probably the most victimized individuals that we have come through our doors the most victimized people who come through the doors of the busiest prosecutor's office in new jersey and pure obtained unpublished data from the us department of justice and revealed that people with intellectual disabilities are sexually assaulted more than seven times the rate for everyone else one reason the rate is so high because there is rarely a successful prosecution and that means a perpetrators freed a rape again most victims with an intellectual disability never report an assault prosecutor robert lorena these are individuals who tend not to come forward such as i understand that they've been abused because of their level functioning or they can't describe what happened in detail or in the exact time sequence those things matter in court for years other prosecutors one touch these cases the general perception was that these are unwinnable robert marino successful prosecution at glenn ridge change that at least a little he started traveling around the country to conferences where he tell other prosecutors how to prosecute these cases to show that these cases or infact winnable in that is kind of trickle down i think they take a lot of work but if you invest in them they are winnable in it's a great feeling you can help somebody who really cannot themselves in essex county new jersey 25 years after glenn ridge marino one as prosecutors are showing how to do the work combining our hotline liaquata.
"prosecutor" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"On us that we have another one that might that might be good fo for us to have you on vicky what is this about this row rate road rage thing remember that guy had around any ended up throwing hugh on my yes so i went the court morning and he point b o f road they didn't drop the harassment they kept caroline driving on him and he have you drive queensberry year well that's good i mean are you satisfied i i am went imprisoned guilt the prosecutor on my because i also backed by it per caroline driving me come back in amman and you want it nine one one why well done so you are both did your what's your hearing today or just his both of ours i never heard of that having both at the same time okay so wait a minute so you both had a hearing he pleaded guilty and he's over he's got his punishment but the prosecutor told you before she does anything she wants the nine one one tape and um i had practical joke yes yes and he said although probably because you may call it and it was the or whatever i i'll tell you what hold on to say because i i'm running behind i really want joe to weigh on this way in on this a hold on.
"prosecutor" Discussed on KKAT
"Yesterday charles krauthammer talking about the entire situation that's going on right now thinking you know he's been in office denied lots this got elected from the very first day before saying we're gonna take mouth alyssa vest asia looks like it has potential to do that if that were to happen seles voters like conclude that they're not really allowed to pick their unpreced well that's why i think will really headed into very choppy and dangerous cost to show the water's we know what the democrats wanted to they want to get control of the house now i happen to thank as you know i oppose the trump but canada shea i don't think he's very well fate for the presidency but fitness is not a reason for impeachment and removal high crimes are i we have we have a prosecutor looking for high crimes with watergate you started with a crime and that he tried to find out how what happened here they're looking for a cry perhaps delphi what idled out as of yet i haven't heard of what collusion is unseemly vetted hain of cry so you've got political establishment mostly democratic but there are some republicans who would like to see him take it out of office i think that would be a catastrophic mistake now the most incredible part of that statement from charles krauthammer is he used the word ain't yeah but you and and it's interesting 'cause i i saw that audio cut after you and i were an appreciable meeting and and i just let you know i said you know everything going on here men that you know this this is leading to a constitutional crisis just all across the board and related out here in in in the in the first hour just everything that's going on here starting investigation based on no allegation of a crime to begin with having a special prosecutor for president we'd said this months ago while we'd said this when not weird said this when muller was was put in a as a special prosecutor we said we'll do we start every presidency now with a special prosecutor to somebody just make a narrative remember this narrative was used over and over again by the media without any specific allegation to.