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Fresh "Reporter" from Orlando's Evening News

Orlando's Evening News

00:38 sec | 16 min ago

Fresh "Reporter" from Orlando's Evening News

"Top story, Andy Field, ABC News correspondent in to Join us in Just about five minutes at 603. Right here on Wdbo. Good evening. I'm Daniel Vargas. I'm Julianna Maya. So if you're on the roads in Orlando, be aware that Paramore Avenue and Gore is blocked off due to a large police investigation. Wftv reporter Ashley Edlund brings us the latest from the scene. Multiple cruisers out here. They've got the street blocked off right now. Like you said, This is pair more Avenue C cruisers again out here 123456 at least Little bit of a smaller scene even than what we saw 20 minutes ago that crime scene investigation ban over here right in the middle of the street. Edwin also says that nearby witnesses claim that there has been a drive by shooting. But so far nothing has been confirmed yet by police. A proposal to limit where people in Orange County can protest and residential neighborhoods is now off the table. What's.

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Britney Spears Set to Speak at Conservatorship Hearing

Mojo In The Morning

00:58 sec | 3 hrs ago

Britney Spears Set to Speak at Conservatorship Hearing

"Britney spears address the court for the very first time in her conservative case to try to end for dads control so expect lots of updates on that tomorrow but before we get any updates we got some new info about her conservatorship and it's kind of mind blowing to me in terms of how little control she had over her own life right down to the color of her kitchen cabinets. Some paperwork was released from a court investigator that back in two thousand sixteen brittany had her. Dad has too much control over her estate. She's had he drinks too much. She's worried about that. Impacting his judgment. But at one point she mentioned to this court reporter at that he wouldn't even let her repaint kitchen. Avenue even had a hand in minor details. So does she have a bag. Take a bad taste in remodeling. I don't know. But i think tomorrow you by the way just interested to hear what she's gonna say today

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Fresh update on "reporter" discussed on The World

The World

00:40 min | 25 min ago

Fresh update on "reporter" discussed on The World

"On the prickly persona of the man who first recorded these songs. They both used the structures the men built to create their own, in some cases, far more complex rich emotional spaces. Ken Tucker reviewed standing in the doorway, Chrissy Hind, sings Bob Dylan and Shannon McNally's album, The Whelan Sessions. Tomorrow on fresh air. We'll talk about how the right has mobilized against the teaching of critical race theory. The study of systemic racism leading to the ousting of school board members accused of supporting teaching it And the drafting of legislation to ban teaching it. My guest will be NBC reporter Tyler Kinkaid, who has been investigating the people money and strategy behind this new conservative movement. I hope you'll join us. Fresh air's executive producer is Danny Miller, Our technical director and engineer is Audrey Bentham with additional engineering today from Mike Villars, our interviews and reviews are produced and edited by Amy Salit, Phyllis Meyers, Roberta Sharrock, Sam Berger,.

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RedState Journalist Jennifer Van Laar Defends Sources on Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei Story

The Dan Bongino Show

01:13 min | 5 hrs ago

RedState Journalist Jennifer Van Laar Defends Sources on Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei Story

"I read that you've had a couple stories on this at Red State. They are fascinating. One of them. So you folks have the headline to give proper credit here. Red State Jennifer Van Laar. This was June 4 2021 headline. High ranking Chinese defector has direct knowledge of several Chinese special weapons programs. That's one of a number of pieces you've written on this. The man's name is Don Jingwei. Now, Jennifer, as you probably know, being a reporter on this There's been a lot of, uh, say counter examples. People trying to indicate that your story might not, in fact, be true. And that your source maybe kind of spinning your wheels I wanted to have you want to confront that directly. And you really believe your sources are strong on this and that we have this Chinese spy and it could be the mother lode. I do believe that my sources are strong on this and that we have this spy. Obviously, I've been listening to the first hour of your show any time that we have a situation like this. There's going to be Yeah, parts of it that maybe don't all get leaked to the press in the exact fashion and wish it happened, and you being in that world understand that, But these sources and their multiple I've worked with for years and have proven accurate on other stories. So I do trust

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Does Biden Have an Incentive to Hide Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei From GOP Members?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 6 hrs ago

Does Biden Have an Incentive to Hide Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei From GOP Members?

"Of the biggest stories of our time. Now why am I reporting on it? If I can't prove conclusively that it's true Because the reputations by others saying No, no, no, no, This isn't true. He's over in China. This is all you know Conservative fairy tales. Then why again hasn't the Chinese government conclusively refuted the story by just showing us a picture of damaging way and putting them out in front of a television camera? But that's not the disturbing part of this story. The disturbing part of this story is if we do have damaging way. One of these Chinese spy chiefs, and he has given up the mother lode. Then why would we be lying about it? And why would we be hiding him from GOP members of Congress, Intel Committee people, other members of the Intelligence Committee? Why would we be doing that? Those answers are fascinating. Well, we'll have to go to the daily yeast. For answers, And I don't mean answers to questions. If you're answering questions with the daily yeast, you're in trouble otherwise known as the Daily Beast sometimes, but the daily yeast does have an interesting article up by a man by the name of Jeff Stein. Who he says his sources are knocking this story down that no, no, we don't have Don Jingwei. There's just read the headline Daily East Fed shoot down rumor that Chinese missing spymaster defected to the U. S. But the reasons they're shooting down this room with these anonymous federal officials are fascinating. Let me get through first quote from this piece from the East first, it says, But on Wednesday a U s official reached out, I guess to the reporter here. To say that reports of Jingwei's defection were not true. He says, speaking strictly in terms of anonymity. The official declined to elaborate further, including on Dongs present whereabouts, only hinting that the counter spy remains in China. Okay, folks, both stories can't be true, either Dongjiang Way defected and is giving us the mother lode of intelligence on China or damaging way still in China, laughing at our stupid

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The Kids Will Have Their Say in New Podcast

HowSound

02:00 min | 1 d ago

The Kids Will Have Their Say in New Podcast

"Sherri occa- is a reporter at the cbc and canada. She created and produces mic drop. It's a podcast that was recently nominated for a peabody award mic drop features first person stories from young people. It's not from a point of view of explaining to grownups. It's just a point of view of expressing my story. My reality my world. It's not answering an adult's questions. This is my job i. It's about us stories in what we've been through still going through without any adult interruptions as lake. Fools drop in five core three to drop the mic. I've never held mike before and this feels good. Actually that's how each episode of mic drp opens about three dozen teens and tweens have told stories on the show since it started in two thousand eighteen mostly kids from canada but some from the us as well. This is a short clip from talia story. People draw swastikas on everything on my desk. My books on like someone drew on a test. When i was like looking at juwan tesla had test in and the teacher was like what is this and i was disaster. I do find that swastikas just literally the halls school. It's a real issue. When i see all these things. It's really discouraging. Because you know it's definitely creating an atmosphere at the school that As makes it clear that it's not a place for everyone and that's not a message that i know. The school wants to enforce or that many individuals in school went to enforce but it is kind of the culture that's been created and it's very difficult to have to get up and go five days a week to a place where you know. A lot of them really actually hate you.

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Paid in full? Biden, GOP struggle over infrastructure costs

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Paid in full? Biden, GOP struggle over infrastructure costs

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting negotiations on an infrastructure package appeared to gain momentum president Joe Biden re entered negotiations on a roughly one trillion dollar bipartisan infrastructure package Monday but the key stumbling block remains how to pay for it the president hosted two key democratic senators Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Christensen above Arizona at the White House and later the two senators met with others in the bipartisan group at the capitol one Republican senator Susan Collins of Maine and one Democrat senator Jon tester of Montana emerged sounding upbeat Collins told reporters there was significant progress tester said the bipartisan group is very close to having a full proposal that could come together as soon as Tuesday Mike Rossio Washington

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Parallels of New York Times Reporting Today and Reporting by Nazi Sympathizer Guido Enderis

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 1 d ago

Parallels of New York Times Reporting Today and Reporting by Nazi Sympathizer Guido Enderis

"The New York Times had no intention of doing anything about end Derris fact. And valued his close connections to the Nazi government. As it had throughout the 19 thirties and you see now I can see The New York Times and it's It's sort of apologetic view of Hamas. And the Islamo Nazi regime in Tehran. And it's hate for the state of Israel. In fact, the New York Times valued his close connections to the Nazi government, as it had throughout the 19 thirties. All American newspapers found reporting in the Nazi Germany. Uh In Nazi Germany difficult The government tightly controlled information and Harang and threatened reporters who managed to publish what it didn't like. And that's the regime also didn't hesitate to use its strongest weapons. Banning a newspaper from distribution in Germany kicking reporter out of the country denying a reporter's reentry. As a putatively Jewish owned newspaper, The New York Times considered itself a special target. Bureau chief and Darius, So he wasn't just the report is a bureau chief. His job, therefore was administering reasonably soothing syrup, quote unquote, the Nazi officials. Is another New York Times reporter put it. Endears. His actions weren't purely strategic and their consequences were grave throughout the 19 thirties, The New York Times editor in Berlin helped steer times coverage to play down Jewish persecution and play up Germany's peaceful intention he count out to Nazi officials wrote stories presenting solely the Nazi point of view. And reigned in times reporters whose criticism he thought went too far shaping the news in favor of a genocidal regime. Then on establishing 1000 year, right

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Orange County Commissioners to Consider Limiting Picketing

Orlando's News at Noon

00:37 sec | 2 d ago

Orange County Commissioners to Consider Limiting Picketing

"Commissioners will consider limiting picketing reporter Julian Amaya joins us from the newsroom with the latest This all started when Orange County Sheriff John Mina brought a proposal to consider limits on neighborhood protest to the county commission, also following the protests outside the window Mayor vacation home of Derek Chauvin last year. Sheriff Mina learned that he couldn't force protesters to move elsewhere, at least in Orange County. With the support of Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings County lawyers introduced an ordinance to limit picketing and neighborhoods and keeping protesters away from homes. Now Winter Park in Orlando have similar rules in place. A public hearing is set for tomorrow at two p.m. live in the

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Former Sports Reporter Reveals She Was Raped by MLB Player in 2002

Morning News with Hal Jay & Brian Estridge

00:21 sec | 2 d ago

Former Sports Reporter Reveals She Was Raped by MLB Player in 2002

"The New York Times An MLB player raped her in 2002 in an area hotel. Cattle. Brian, who worked for the Star Telegram, was there to interview the player on about a story. She was working on about the obstacles that foreign born players face in the United States. Uh, that is when the rape occurred in the Metroplex hotel room. Sam 40 of The Washington Post says. U S Patent

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Iran's president-elect says 'no' to meeting Joe Biden

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 d ago

Iran's president-elect says 'no' to meeting Joe Biden

"Iran's president elect says no to meeting president Joe Biden president elect Abraham racy has told reporters in Iran he's not willing to meet Byton meanwhile calling himself the defender of human rights after being almost directly about his involvement in the nineteen eighty eight mass executions of some five thousand people pricey was part of a so called death panel the sentenced political prisoners to death at the end of the nineteen eighties Iran Iraq war I'm Charles Denney this month

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Amazon's Prime Day Begins Today

WSJ Tech News Briefing

01:10 min | 2 d ago

Amazon's Prime Day Begins Today

"Prime day begins today. If amazon annual online sales event for prime subscribers and yes it actually lasts for two days this year. The shopping holiday has taken on a lot of significance for not just amazon but also for its competitors so here with a primer on prime day is our amazon reporter sebastian herrera. Hey sebastian thanks for being here. Thanks for having me. So how did this event come to be. And what sort of business purpose for amazon was started in two thousand fifteen as a way for amazon to boost sales because typically there's a period during the summer were sales slowed down a bid after the peak holiday season and they saw it as a way to kind of that slower period right before back to school shopping stars as well and basically created their own shopping holiday and they were quite successful and every year they've built on it and increasingly bigger sales and they've introduced concerts and exclusive promotions with celebrities. So it's kind of become a much bigger version than than i think they even imagined from the

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NYC Mayoral Candidate, Eric Adams, Says Campaign Volunteer Was Stabbed

710 WOR Programming

00:27 sec | 2 d ago

NYC Mayoral Candidate, Eric Adams, Says Campaign Volunteer Was Stabbed

"Of Adam's own mayoral campaign, hospitalized in stable condition after being stabbed with an ice pick, also in the Bronx on surveillance footage. You can see the 42 year old man handing out campaign literature on one 49th Street, Morris Avenue. He's approached by two Attackers just before four PM Adams, telling reporters at a campaign event later on. The victim had a punctured lung and the New York Post, adding the victim had nearly 50 prior arrests to his name.

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Extreme Heat Wave and Drought Continues in the West

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Extreme Heat Wave and Drought Continues in the West

"West. Here's CBS News meteorologist Jeff Bureau Della number of heat waves per year has tripled since 1960 extreme heat waves are 3 to 5 degrees hotter and we're in an unprecedented drought right now. In Utah. Drop conditions are extreme KUTV reporter Kelly Farmers are feeling this hard. There's indicators like the Great Salt Lake is going to be lower now than it was in the Dust Bowl state. Rep. Joel Fairies family has farmed this land for 120 years. They used the Bear River for irrigation Right now it's blowing at 50 cubic feet per second. Normally 2000 Tony Richards is a resource coordinator in the conservation division of the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food. We've got a lot of crops that are being abandoned because they don't have enough water. The number of people

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After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Are Overcrowding National Parks

The Heatwave Air Experts

02:00 min | 4 d ago

After a Year Stuck Indoors, Visitors Are Overcrowding National Parks

"With people trying to enjoy outdoor activities. Arches National Park in Utah. They reach capacity and close the gates. The visitors most days before nine a.m. or more on how everywhere is packed Right now, we'll speak to Alison Poli reporter at The Wall Street Journal. Some of the most popular national parks are expecting record crowds the summer and these are parks that have already seen a lot of visitation. So some of these parks were closed last spring, and then when they reopened last summer, people flock to them because they were able to be outside, they are able to social distance and enjoy the outdoors. And visitation numbers have only increased since then. So at arches National Park, for example, the gates to the park do temporarily closed when the parking lots become full and most days that happens before nine a.m., and they will open back up anywhere from 2 to 5 hours later, But in some cases, people have still seeing lines when they go back and later in the day to try to enter the park. And the demand is there this April, people going to the park was up 15% from 2019. So this was before the pandemic, so people are wanting to get out there. One of the interesting things that happen with all of this, though, is some some of these unattended consequences. If they can't get into the main park, they'll go on to some other undeveloped land that's in the nearby area. They make these kind of campsites there. Fires have started trash. You know, it can become a big problem for the community around there as well. So a lot of people started camping during the pandemic, and so more people are camping on federal lands, and in some cases, the land that they're camping on isn't intended for tourism or overnight stays. So in some of those areas are seeing a lot more trash, even human waste, and it creates resource management issues for the local community. You know, it's kind of a catch 22 because the people in the nearby communities obviously want tourists and visitors to come by. It helps

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Special Education and Parent Communication

TCEA's Ed Tech Club Podcast

02:15 min | 5 d ago

Special Education and Parent Communication

"My name is nadia domestic level. And i am a reporter for a surge which is a nonprofit museum back covers how education is changing and one of the things that's changing education is how widely used knowledge I don't think i have to go too much into that. I think anyone familiar. Resume living under a rock For the past sixteen or so months As seen the role technologies had in the way educations changing but that was a forced kind of change And as we begin to move into a reopen world there are lessons. People are gonna take from this time especially when it comes to technology now earlier. This month You wrote a piece for surge. Wanna make sure title right Technology made special education errands better advocates during the pandemic interesting headline And so give us the the basics on this what What were the changes happening for parents. Who special ed students that you saw when you started ordered story well previously For ed surge back in the fall. I reported Related story on how covid nineteen was impacting students with visual impairments and the challenges that they were having accessing education band accommodation and so one of the things that are researcher. I spoke to for that story. From the c- the american foundation for the blind told me that Because students were learning from home the parents began to have a much bigger role just in their kind of day to day Learning the day to day activities that had to be there to offer support

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A Big Week for Global Tech Policy

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:08 min | 5 d ago

A Big Week for Global Tech Policy

"New chair of the federal trade commission a raft of bipartisan legislation aimed at big tech and an agreement to collaborate with the european union. It's been a pretty eventful week in terms of global tech policy here to break down what all happened and what the landscape looks like going forward is our policy reporter ryan tracy. Hey ryan thanks for coming back on the show things for me okay. So let's start with the f. T. c. biden named the prominent big tech critic. Lena con as fdic chair you know. We talked about this earlier in the week. With our colleague brent kendall but remind us of the significant of khan's appointment. She's been very clear that she has concerns about the behavior of big companies in a lot of sectors tech. It's been a particular focus for her confirmation hearing she basically said everything's on the table in terms of big tech. Senators asked her a number of questions about areas where the ftc could become more aggressive in terms of looking at the marketplace for news or looking at the marketplace for a smartphone apps all these different areas where we've heard some concerns about the impact of big tech and her answer was almost invariably. Yes to those questions now. There are limits to the ftc's power but mistaken has an expansive view of what that power is and so we expect her to push those limits and so does this signal sort of shift from the obama years to the biden administration potentially signals a much more aggressive approach to antitrust policy. And that's obviously a big deal for the largest tech companies. Who are under. A lot of antitrust scrutiny. Right now and it's kind of amazing when you step back you know. They had a lot of power under the obama administration and a lot of influence and had the biden administration asked for who they would have picked to lead the federal trade commission. Liikanen think it's fair to say would not have been near the top of their list. Just given that a lot of things critical of tech companies in the past so the fact that the biden administration chose her clearly shows their influence is more limited than it used to be.

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Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA

WSJ What's News

01:31 min | 6 d ago

Supreme Court Rejects Third Challenge to ACA

"The supreme court has rejected another legal challenge to the affordable care act the signature. Healthcare law passed under the obama administration in a seven two decision. The court found that a case brought by texas and other republican leaning states lacked legal. Standing is the third time the court has considered the two thousand ten law and the third time that the aca has prevailed for more on. Today's decision i'm joined by wall street journal. Legal affairs reporter brent kendall. Hi brian thanks for being here. Thanks for having me so brent. Tell us more about the court's reasoning here. This is the third time. The court has had to wade into this area. I mean in some ways. This was the most unlikely of three cases. This was all setup because congress a couple of years ago there's a mandate in the law that most people buy insurance and there was a penalty associated with that if you didn't and so what congress did a couple years ago as part of a tax reform package zero out the penalty so now even if you don't have coverage and your technically supposed to. There's no monetary penalty for doing that. The complication is supreme court previously upheld the law and the idea that congress could use its taxing power as a justification for the mandate in the first place and so then republicans stepped in and said. Well there's no tax anymore you can't justify the law under the taxing power and so what the court said today as well. You don't really have any valid basis for making that argument because nobody is hurt by. The government charging us zero dollars for not carrying insurance. The end we don't say anything else in the case.

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John Solomon Investigates 2020 Georgia Election Inconsistencies

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 6 d ago

John Solomon Investigates 2020 Georgia Election Inconsistencies

"But I'm sure. Russia Russia reaching the coffee boy CNN's shelter, They're already convinced it's a conspiracy theory. It's not a theory or a conspiracy yet that we know it's a question. How do you get five tranches of balance with the exact same breakdown. Conveniently all have Joe Biden in the lead. Here's another tidbit of information from this John Solomon peace. Many of the control sheets for absentee ballot batches counted during the state's audit did not check the box indicating the ballot came from a secure container. Raising the possibility that balance restored insecurely or that multiple batches of ballots were sealed in a single container. Is there an innocent explanation? Maybe I haven't heard it yet. Have you? John's Affair reporter John Solomon. He does actual investigative journalism. If you had an explanation, he put it in there. He does give both sides of it. Matter of fact, there's a quote later in the peace. I'll read to you because it's fair. It says this Private experts and state election officials differ on whether the evidence shows a pattern of potential fraud or simply gross incompetence in the county that encompasses Atlanta. Okay, Fair enough folks. I don't know about you, but I'm not comfortable with either one of those explanations. Obviously fraud would be a devastating explanation because the State was decided by 12,000 votes the entire state. So if there are potentially hundreds or even thousands of ballots that are missing or not counted properly. I'd like to know about that. I assume you would, too. So fraud obviously would be a terrible explanation. But gross incompetence would be as well.

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Fact Checking (MM #3442)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Fact Checking (MM #3442)

"Minute The with Mason Kevin Mason . in broadcasting journalism The how an around. a you you but now Thirty, forty those are Everybody's mean be and In to of become and to on on so posted and to that's But they They to if or true fact-checking has more the has the you for true.

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"reporter" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"reporter" Discussed on KTOK

"This is a reporter this is a reporter she goes into the community when the riots taking place otherwise she's not there I guess in this is what inflames the situation when I tell you they are celebrating this are defending this are spending this that's exactly what they're doing here's Jim Acosta well the president of the United States is walking back to the White House from Saint John's church yesterday cuttle Levin go the president was Mr president this is a constant he says you're at the park for a photo opportunity how can you defend that tear gassed so you can make that trip is this still a democracy it's a reporter reporter Nicole Hannah Jones she's the sixteen nineteen project author who seeks to take down this country with the support of the Holocaust denying New York times amazing the mouthpiece for Stalin in the nineteen thirties with Krista Cristian almond poor and this was yesterday cut twelve go the fact that these communities have then I prayed upon by predatory lenders you know it goes on and on and so when we when we think about how someone taking an act to take something from some big box name store it is symbolic that one pair of shoes that you stole land from you know foot locker is not going to change your life but it is a symbolic taking and so when we do we I see so the looters and we've heard from some of them it's a symbolic taking that's why they're taking sneakers it's symbolic or she's projecting on top of it that it's some kind of a symbolic taking you understand go ahead contact Watson who created it it is that if you follow the rules if you do the right things then you will be able to access an equal society and that has never been true for black Americans are particularly for the lowest income most segregated black Americans now there you go America cannot succeed it's just two free we need the government to take care of everything she's a reporter and they self described historian in some respects an author of the sixteen nineteen project in this is the poison and the swell that young children are being taught now we have laws in this country that have been used by presidents in the past to protect the citizenry there are not enough police officers in this country when you have massive riots or insurrection if you will they're just not enough police officers to deal with it and so you need to protect the citizenry need to protect the country the George H. W. bush use the insurrection act in nineteen ninety two to quell the riots related to Rodney king other presidents have used them as well the insurrection act come let Harris apparently doesn't know this I want to let these people want to be your leaders called on call ladies and gentleman she wants to be vice president of the United States based on what I have no idea but this party is so consumed in the media and the left wing and the culture so consumed with identity politics that everything is described in this fashion everything justice good and evil right and wrong liberty and tyranny it's not the substance it's the identity come all Harris on CNN yesterday cut fourteen go I think that Donald Trump is combined the worst of George Wallace with Richard Nixon so let's stop there now she thought that through somebody told me to say that George Wallace the segregationist a Democrat governor of Alabama when this president has actually push for school choice in enterprise zones has provided more fought federal subsidies for historically black colleges and bomb ever dropped off and so called criminal justice reform something I never supported but none the less and his economic policies prior to this virus drove down unemployment to record numbers we've never seen before all over the country but especially minority communities does that sound like George Wallace do you I mean what kind of inflammatory poison and propaganda is this they have no governors on their mouths they have no desire no desire to call their propaganda she's not upset about the riots she says nothing about the rights how would she put them down well you know I passed a law you don't pass along promises of.

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"reporter" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

The Mortified Podcast

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"reporter" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

"reporter" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

The Mortified Podcast

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"reporter" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

"reporter" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

The Mortified Podcast

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"reporter" Discussed on The Mortified Podcast

"To zero can attest nobody loves the school paper. More than Andrea Zuckerman. We are talking long hours. Major deadlines and Total Commitment. Still interested. I know but that's what it takes to do what we do around here. So if you're not willing to make the sacrifices to understand which begs the question are student. Newspaper editors actually serious in real life. Finding come through. There was not a newspaper. It mattered as a sophomore in the early nineteen nineties. Melissa became one of the youngest editors ever of her high school newspaper an opportunity. She did not embrace casually. I made business cards stationery. I don't want to sound like I was taking power but definitely made me feel important back then. Seeing your name published somewhere was huge. I mean this was pre internet right. Holy Crap bears my. That's my writing are Gonna read this and fell magical and like all those student journalists. You've seen in books and TV and movies. Melissa lived and breathed a student newspaper no matter the risk and distinctly remember when somebody had been on an athletic team that was like. Hey you know. Our team won the State Championship. And you guys put it on. Like the last page of the newspaper. It should be on the front page. This is crap and literally proceeds to crumple it up and toss it in the trash bin. This would probably be a good time to tell you that. The athlete Played Water Polo and intense contact sport known for towering figures. Meanwhile Melissa was an academic type. Who might confrontation at all? But I also I mean this is my baby. I was outraged and sent to the initially horror and later the author of my Spanish teacher. I said excuse me I'm going to need to do this. I got it back. Up Out of the trash is moved it out and gave him a tongue lashing and I said listen. That's a great accomplishment. But you know what s sports and that's where you're being covered great article if you take the time to read it But that's not the AIDS is important but it's not everything and what we do. Is We cover everything? And how dare you showdown in Sixth Hour Spanish? Now if you're thinking Melissa was a total bad ass when it came to defending journalism you're right and like any teenage bad ass. Sometimes bullets skipped class but unlike most teenage bad asses. She didn't go to the arcade. I stayed in school and worked on the newspaper. Yes Melissa skipped school to attend more school. Top that Zuckerman. He had that line out. Would you like an thing? Halacha privilege like I something important from PX and radio. Toby this is the mortified podcast. I'm Dave in today on the show because everyone is so glued to watching and reading the news right now. We couldn't help but think what goes into actually making the news tales of kids. Who were convinced they could be offer. Steve Boss? Jerry Girard Roberto. Toronto Action Newsday the next great local news anchor. Hi I'm bligh growing up in Washington. Dc area the world has always revolved around the news for me and so did my life in a way my dad was a cameraman for ABC CNN and he has actually met and interviewed every president since Reagan. Some kids know. They want to be in the news from a very young age years before the Highschool newspaper and years before they even know really what is newsworthy. For girl named Bligh her love the news came from emulating her dad. I thought his job was so cool so we watched a lot of news sir watching the news probably when I was four or five because we always used to wait to watch the credits to see my dad's name at the end. She's a presentation with W ABC TV. New It was enough for him to sit behind a camera and watch these people than it was something that I wanted to be a part of two so by age six I started honing. My journalism craft in my journals. I pretended to be who I considered to be. The most powerful journalist I knew Katie couric Katie couric was a legitimate journalist with wispy bangs and Perky wit the picture of Real News Hi. I'm Katie. Couric on NBC. A very heartbreaking story today this giant carrot just won't stop. The police have been trying to catch it for weeks. They have been looking everywhere in people's cars houses and even people's Mouths. They even dissected rabbit. If you'd like to help here's some things you need to know. One twenty feet tall and size eight shoe to is often found at carrot parties three lakes orange. I'm Katie couric until next time. Keep Your eyes on NBC. October second? I mean this just in. I got abducted by aliens and they sucked me up. I believe then they are going to boil my head and acid superman will come and rescue me and everybody will be happy but will he stay tuned. I covered a lot of news stories as Katie couric from giant carrots to celebrities. Spice break-up no one can believe it but ginger spice has left the Spice Girls Group. Ginger told people she left because she had had enough fame for one person. But that's not the real reason ginger left because she had a fight with baby spice but why there is no reason because she never had a fight with baby. She had a fight with scary space because ginger wanted to be the leader of the spice. Girls Ginger is what books call white trash from England? Hi this is Katie couric here. Digging up old things and Mexico. So far I have found three baskets for pots and five tools. I have even done research on them. Do you want me to tell you about it. Okay I we found the baskets and lots of the baskets were woven and dipped into paint to look good. We also found tools to dig up gems gems though. I also like to put myself in other people's shoes like a good journalist should sometimes not people's shoes though. Sometimes animals shoes here is a story based on the observations of Turkey. Turkey confessional by both. I should have known they have been feeding me too much. Thanksgiving is coming up as you can see. I am a Turkey and I and I know I am going to be eaten here. The Robinson's got me when I was a baby so they could not eat me but this year they have been giving me a lot to eat and I am scared. I'm going to end up on their table. I tried everything I have gone on a diet. I have gotten those slimfast things with which tastes like something died. I even got a Nordic Track Ono. Here they come. They did not eat me. They made me into a pilgrim decoration. Instead the end the moral is never say something until you know it's going to happen. I wrote fake news stories for about five years because it felt like something you could write in a journal that deviated from the regular woe is me actually right before. I started writing my journalist. Katie couric where? My Dad stayed at home with us because he had gotten laid off from one of his jobs and he had a camera because he had a few of them and he used to let me make videos at home videos where I am absolutely giving a fake news report. I felt really proud of him for what he did. And being able to pretend to be Katie couric was like somehow kind of paying homage to like my dad and his world. My last Katy Kirk report that I have is very. Meta moment where she was actually reporting about me. Hi I'm Katie couric today. We went to Saint Peter's score. I met a great student who is going to change the world. Her name is vote. She wants to be her school president. She will win. But for now all I have to say is I'm Katie couric. Thank you so much for watching and I hope to see you tomorrow night..

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"Christian Fulton Denzel. Mims jalen hurts. Zach bond just bouquet Kenneth Murray and Ray Kwan Davis now a lot of these players and a lot of these meetings. The cowboys have showed clips of On their own social channels and on the MOTHERSHIP DALLAS COWBOYS DOT COM. Which has been interesting. You know it's like puzzle pieces right like trying to figure out why the cowboys have shared these particular interviews but I guess we'll find out two weeks from today. Who but either way just so you know. Our tracker is live and ready for you. It is updated as often as necessary. There is never something that will not go on the tracker. So you have that at your disposal. We have had so many guests. Somebody Fun friends here on the show. here lately to get different perspectives and half conversations that different people from all walks of life across the NFL and otherwise and today is no different. Casey Philip C team reporter for the Tampa Bay buccaneers joined us to talk about a variety of things. Obviously one of the newest members of the Dallas Cowboys Joe McCoy spent a majority of his career to this point with the buccaneers. Casey has covered him as reported on him gotten to know him and she she had some really interesting stuff. Both on the field and off the field about Joe McCoy his personality and what he brings to the Cowboys Casey's from Dallas. And so she has a you know a a history with the city and athletics in the area and she has She's experienced a lot of really interesting things in her career and so she was kind enough to walk us through all of those as well so I'm not going to let you anymore. Let's go ahead and get to it from the Tampa Bay buccaneers. Casey Phillips.

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05:58 min | 1 year ago

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"Seven seven three three one zero one one eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one the first hour that there was a there's a reporter his name is Cooper banks good guy as a commentator on some things on the show reporter he felt that it would be cool if he came on the show and just ask me questions that he wants to know if he was really intrigued by our twenty fifth anniversary show and contemplating whether that be great because you know I there's a there's a rule I live by what is you don't make yourself the news they're doing it all over CNN with Cuomo said I have grown a virus every night we do the coronavirus report from him you don't make yourself the news you just don't you know there's a movie bombshell yeah and she says in my could be making the news I mean making the news it she is because real reporters don't want to be the news they don't want to be the story okay it's not cool we don't want to be the story because you don't you want to be the guy who's giving the story of the prisoners and now is my story of abuse that you know as I'm writing and in our biography or something like that and somebody cares about my book but that's a big reporters good reporters to want to be the story and I'm just debating about this because I was reflecting back on the twenty five years of what I've done in my career and I realize I've been reporting on a lot of things paranormal para political in the close calls with world is had for the past twenty five years including nine eleven including never in my life have I seen this you know I don't think anybody's experience this may be the older crowd maybe you remember nineteen fifty seven you know we talked about nineteen fifty seven plate but nothing like this so much hysteria so much your you know I I wanna be honest but I can't I don't know what the incentive for me to say that you know when I walk down the street or when I go outside a seasoned with a mask I just get irritated I know they're trying to protect themselves but just it retains me not because I don't think they should be protected but just takes with this is where we are in the in in the world right now we're wearing masks we're separating ourselves we're we're we're we're apart from one another what we're losing our humanity and and I think people need to understand that okay I have never in the twenty five years I've done grounds I've ever I've reported this like I said the compressor I have never once had to deal with all the stuff I talk about the apocalypse I just never thought I'd see the time where we would be in this position where the apocalypse is big business for government now we know the religion zero cash in on all the time but they do so because they wanted people to repent okay all this doomsday prophets profit stuff has been going on for a long time but now we have Nobel Prize winning scientist we have people from the WHL we have people from the centers for disease control all conspiring to tell you that your world is done this is the new normal and get what you get you get used to it and so you know and and not only you know we go back we think about climate change they said with the rolling out of those a week we have to pay that we have to redistribute the wealth of the world and then yesterday I played you Antonio Guterres he says the same thing ten percent ten percent of the GDP you must pay we need to redistribute the wealth of the world because this is how we're going to combat not only climate change but covert nineteen C. the notion of world controls becoming so obvious now but we want to do it is a tired eventually try to tire has a slip tried and true way of scaring everyone into believing they have no power at all if you we have some magical formula or vaccine or not deletion to tranquilize the envy environmental monster and to remove the monster of covert nineteen from everywhere you know what I resented for a long time many times I've been called chicken little an alarmist because now the real file the frightening foul I've taken over the United Nations and we are hearing that we believe have some imaginary arc somewhere that only those who pay up will be able to ride on it when more catastrophes come when we don't have any food in it any this is a restricted group got dynamic that's it usually happens with with colts you know it's eighty eight is found with most destructive cults don't talk to your family stay away from your family you know stay away from others this is this is called group dynamics it really is and what's odd about it is that not only do we have the cult group dynamics but we have the aesthetic to dive into now we have a comet in the sky we have scarcity and famine we have a pink moon all my gosh another supermoon we have the pink moon an omen that summer claiming strikes a chord with the end of the world playing that tune in the in the world the pink moon the result of a lot of weird things in the sky lot of people releasing the pink moon the pink moon supermoon we had a super moon back last month to but as I said we would have a a Passover mon from the seven thirty eight that's what this is because of the Passover is that I don't know if it starts tonight and tomorrow starts tomorrow I've been invited to a seder so I don't know Mr have seder with Kevin Magnussen was nice and a good time Jane brought to prime rib to say to that doesn't always happen okay she brought prime rib and we just.

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01:46 min | 1 year ago

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03:00 min | 1 year ago

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"Dino. Mog Leo was totally aware that those good reviews were his biggest currency and he didn't just force guest to write them. Reporters figured out that his profile was also filled with fake reviews that he had friends right. He was gaming the system in two ways and SORTA anybody looking at his profile. He was this great host so the the system of us doesn't doesn't really work because it's enough that you have five six seven good reviews and everybody I mean. Do you ever read them or at least a year. Read more than a couple of good reviews if you sit under a tree for five then it's okay you you feel safe. The reporters were in this mad race against time because they knew dino was still out there and dangerous and every day that he wasn't behind bars other women could be at risk but they had to gather enough information to make a bulletproof case. And that's exactly what the reporters were working on. When Maria and Miriam made a discovery that blindsided everyone one night I am sitting with medium in a coffee place in this whole subject comes to our heads so we decided to google his name and right away. We see an article from a few days ago. Selling these big story. We were shocked. Maria call to Celia right away to tell her what she found. I don't know if you've ever experienced earthquake but I live in Umbria which is a region which sometimes are quick hits when he does most times has been in the middle of night and I cannot sleep anymore and that was exactly like an art griggs for any more is like literally shake me from inside and it was middle of tonight. I think it was about between three and four in the morning says I've is completely asleep. Literally almost fell from her. That it was calling me on on what shop and I told something really bad myself happened. She's eater it's a mistake or she wants to tell me sending very important so I just picked up and she told me. Hey I have an incredible news. You're super excited as like. I have an incredible news. He's been arrested as like what? That's right dino. The COP was in police custody. That's coming up next time unverified. I'm Natasha del Toro..

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Verified

06:23 min | 1 year ago

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"After Leonardo drugged his guests he wouldn't immediately assault them instead. He dragged a lot of them out dancing and kept them drinking and partying without even knowing it. They were participating in his alibi if they complained about not being able to remember what happened the night before he could say look. Everyone saw you with the disco. You're having a great time. So we went into the bar and he bought around the shots quickly right after that bought another onto shots and we ready side like we don't want to drink anymore. We want to go to bed early. We don't want to be hung over in the morning And he just kept saying like Oh. I'm doing this for you guys. This is my money. This is like for you. Don't be rude And it got to the point. Where when he wasn't looking we were dumping the shots out into Napkins and it's only then at the end of the night after all the whirlwind tourism and showing off after the drugging discos and drinks that Leonardo had these women exactly how he wanted them disoriented exhausted and defenseless. He came into the room apparently not realizing that Mattie was looking at us from the balcony and started touching us groping our butts and like touching sexually. Mattie came in immediately doing his own. I'm just putting the blanket on top of them because they look cold so he grabs him. Blanket is such a such a lie so I know fact he raped for sure one of US maybe all four of us and he definitely sexually assaulted us. He dragged us for sure. But you don't have memories so I don't have memories. No AFLA nightmares about what could have been. But I don't have memories. These interviews helped the reporter see the full scope of how Leonardo operated including how he'd use identities so he introduced himself as Leo. An did you realize later. That is not is name no no I. Didn't Elliott was his real name his real name is Dino Maga. Leo also use fake names like Leonardo Leo Leon and even Leonardo Mangano. We've been calling him. Leonardo up to this point but from here on out we're going to use his real name. Dino the thing that made me mad about this case was the way dementia managed to manipulate victims and the the way that they trusted him. That was the first thing that struck me and The mean I couldn't understand in the beginning. How is it possible? How was it possible? Okay he had a fake name but he's still acting in public view. He's on a website. That relies on people like these women writing reviews. So why aren't there any bad reviews? Why were they all positive? The first thing I wanted to do was to write him a bad review on couch surfing and then the second thing I want to do is to report him to the police. I wish I would have just reported him to the police and then written the battery view on Couch Surfing in the opposite order. That's Elissa again. One of the survivors. We wrote the battery on Couch. Surfing and immediately sent us a message. Threatening US Dino's bad behavior also took the form of online threats. This is an actual message the Dino Center it's read by an actor and host you. I give you my best room. I offer you an expensive dinner. Good restaurant I pick you up at the station and bring you back and this is your thanks you are ungrateful in Italy. It is a crime too. Slender a person without proof and therefore if you do not change or delete the bed and post you know you've committed access of slander. This is against the Italian Criminal Penal Code. I will arrest you. I have witnesses. Everyone in my house will be a witness against you like where I would never drug you. I have one hundred great reviews on Couch Surfing. I was the nicest host ever. And then he's like. I would never drug you. I'm a police officer. You know what you're doing is criminal and I'm going to prosecute you you won't be able to leave the country talking with my Italian police officer friends in there. You know we can build a case against just all this all this stuff I remember one thing he said is that you will be stopped at every airport. Hostile in hotel. You try to book into because I have information on you like your passport and your phone numbers or your home address information like that. You really disappointed with your behavior. Now I will wait one day to give you the chance to make up for your mistake. And then everyone on his way. If you don't fix her mistake I would proceed and we should good luck. What you've decided. Thanks I'm a serious person not a criminal after that. We didn't want to go. The police are really scared. We thought if we went to the police all of his friends works the police. We thought Oh if we go to the police in Florence and Rome and then we thought no maybe they all know each other. We had heard about the mafia and we were just like nineteen years old. Just really confused. I Guess Eliza and her friends debated what to do next. They wanted to warn other women who might stay with them But in the end Dino's threats worked so they took the review down.

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03:03 min | 1 year ago

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"Maria also invited the reporters into the private facebook group. She created for the other survivors. And that's where they were able to learn about the other women's stories My name is Eileen. I'm twenty six years old and I'm from Winnipeg Manitoba in Canada. My name is Eliza from California and twenty five years old. I live in Shanghai China and as the women described what happened to them in Italy the reporter to uncover Leonardo Mog Leo's pattern. His guests were primarily women and they came from all around the world like Marine Kate. They wanted to go see Venice but couldn't find a place to stay so they went on couch surfing. We had forgotten to book hostels. We looked at. They're really expensive. So we put out a message on couch surfing and I think immediately he message US Leonardo and said Oh you can come and stay at my place. And then he picked us up and then it all went downhill from there once. They got to paddle a Leonardo. Did the whole tour guide thing taken them shopping and treating them two meals so we went to A pizzeria There he bought a Some drinks and we had one or two One we already said we were good. We didn't want anything else He ended up paying for entire bill. So we felt it's pretty like bad about it. And then at some point he would whip up a home cooked meal he shows couch surfing girls. Oh I'm making you passed. He tries to be very nice that way so then he can get away with other stuff along with dinner. Leonardo would serve them something special then he pulls out another Jug of wine to red wine and it's in a Jug Nada. Its original bottle he said Oh. This is my homemade specialty. Italian wine. you can't get it anywhere else. It is very strong. But it's a specialty and you have to try it. I like Oh like we don't want to drink anymore. We're not even done first class okay. We'll just try a little bit. Just see how he how it tastes and he pours a small Small glass of it. I only had two sips of that. I didn't even finish my other glass of wine. I was also eating so I barely had any alcohol in me and within ten fifteen minutes. I could see like everybody at the table. Antonia Cindy Jenny. There are all getting very like dazed out their hands on their heads over the table. My head was feeling very heavy. I was very slow in my thinking. My Body felt heavy and then Leonardo or make Leo said to my friend. Tonia Antonio you sleepy..

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03:11 min | 1 year ago

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"Julius cousin gave them some important advice on how to proceed advice that would stay with them throughout their reporting he told them. Don't just talk to these women like you might for an article like notes on a pad or whatever right the interviews down word for word to create a sworn statement because John. Markham you something that reporters were only beginning to understand if they were going to help the survivors to build a case against Leonardo. These statements had to be admissible in a court of law. D'amato provided shirt off Template let's say and he. He told us that how we had to explain the survivor. The girls how to how to put information and in a sort of order way which meant say everything even things that you might think are not important because maybe you just want to say about the violence but actually very important to put any of these. Remember for example. We got there by train. At this time we went to a gelatin area or any details. It's very important also to show that your memories consistent and you know what you're talking about. It was extremely reassuring for us to speak with the with. D'amato lawyer about this fact because at the moment We were absolutely not sure that statements would have been enough to start a case we we were really thinking that without something external like a third party piece of evidence or at least you know some medical reports or whatever the case would not start at all so when he just said okay. Let's collect the statements and then we can to prosecutor those Kinda reassuring John. Marco's advice was empowering because it gave them a plan they could finally act and the first call they made was to Maria. The reason why we took was very important to start Maria as because Marie has been disorder off strength and power behind older fourteen victims that reached out so we wanted to start sort of going back into this whole story. With the first voice that was media over the next few months through email text messages video calls and encrypted messaging. Maria told them her story so I said up from my chair after he finished dinner to start washing the dishes. The moment I and up I feel these huge hits in my head like very very strong. Cecilia had to get Maria to share every personal detail. Just like John Marco had told her to. I don't remember going to train station. I don't remember being on the train. Savannah's so sometimes emotions were you know taking over and I had to force her to go back and describing again the same hardwood seeing It's something that will link you forever..

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Verified

09:13 min | 1 year ago

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"This is verified. I'm your host Natasha del. Toro here's where we are in the story after. Maria returned home to Portugal. She admitted to herself that she'd been drugged and assaulted by her couch. Serving host the Italian cop the Ardo and she managed to track down fourteen other women from all over the world who like her had also been violated by this same guy so Maria formed a secret facebook group where they could talk openly about what had happened and how to. Stop Leonardo the even considered returning to Padoa to try to catch him in the act but instead marine. Her boyfriend decided. They needed some help so they turned to a group of three Italian journalists at European the investigative reporting project Italy now. I want you to get to know them because they play a huge role in the story. Cecilia Giulio and Alexia are all Italians in their thirties. They're hard working. They're passionate and and their own investigative journalists though. None of them plan to be. I'M CECILIA I wanted to be. An archaeologist says looking stories mice Amy's later she wanted to be a painter before turning to journalism then I decided I wanted to be a war reporter so I got picked up by City University in London and while she was in London she met a fellow Italian reporter named Giulio. I met Julia at a team and from there like literally stopped a minute. I am Julia and I never really decided. I wanted to be Jordan analyst journalism. Something that happened to me and even pretty late. I started doing journalism when I was twenty seven in a long backpacker trip six months around South America and when I came back to Italy was too hard to actually find a salary as a journalist so I went to live in London. And that's where he met Julia and and yeah she told you this story. We started doing things together and we didn't start who Julia when Cecilia worked freelance together. On important stories they felt needed attention like stories about illegal waste trafficking that were published in Italian media and they really threw themselves into it days nights and weekends then. We got very lucky. I mean we've got invited to the Global Investigative Journalism Conference in Kiev in two thousand eleven. And that's where he ought my training basically from colleagues that were giving me amazing tips and And and stories Kiev. The capital of Ukraine is also. Were Giulio and Cecilia. Met the third member of their reporting team. I saw Malaysia. Well I wanted to journalist But before I wanted to be an archaeology says Chea Like Indiana Jones in this kind of colleges then at University Alaska studied Japanese and Mandarin before she to started freelancing as a journalist and decided. Okay it's time to report about Japan for Italian media and so I did. I started some of Alaska's first stories. Were about the nuclear disaster following Japan's devastating earthquake in twenty eleven and Well remember that time that I was telling to my parents for the first time a I'm going to push him and to cover what happened there and my parents sesame isn't it be dangerous for you. I said No. I have friends who are now covering narcos and others are going to South America and others covering organized crime in South Italy. I'm just going to Fukushima is not that dangerous competitive what other people are doing. That just told me. Isn't it better. If you just change your friends. Instead they tried Alaska was committed to a future as a journalist and she found to like minds and Cecilia and Giulio. The conferencing Kiev was a the cradle. That made eve be start. A we realized that you only talion stare were poor young freelancers without any media backing up and we say like like let's back each other up and that. Sowell over center was born by twenty thirteen. They're center Europe. Was Up and running but it was still pretty new. They had just created a platform for secret tips from the public. And that's when the email from marinas boyfriend arrived explaining what Leonardo had done Maria. And the other women in the facebook group the reporters recognized right away that this story could be huge much bigger than anything they'd taken on before most of us where the very beginning of their career some of us at a little bit more experienced but none of us had worked as a journalist for more than a couple of years seriously. At least so you know. It was a task way beyond what we knew. We could tackle on our own normally so it was a real challenge even from a professional point of view but the reporters were up for that challenge. They knew they wanted to dig in town cover. What Leonardo had done and to try to bring justice to the women who've been wronged by him not just in the media but in a real courtroom and that meant helping them build a judicial case but they also knew they needed help navigating how to do that it was like we cannot do this alone like his quite serious. We need some lawyers when it some support we need to. We weren't trained. I mean we were trained for outer type of reporting. So how do you not? Just how do you deal with US rivers but also how to investigate such a story so we were just facing somebody who you know? Officially it was just a good cop so the reporters turned to lawyer. They knew Julia's cousin. Gianmarco talion Sour. We always resort to family when in doubt so he was the only lower knaw that I could trust and that would ask us for money. Straight ahead like he would at least give us some sound advice before anything outs. Gianmarco was an experienced lawyer but he was also someone they knew had no connection to Leonardo and that was important. We were afraid that there could be a system of people that knew each other So we did an all how deep disfiguration if it was just a single cop doing diet or if it was multiple cops or if it was if there were other people involved so it was hard to to find someone that we would be absolutely sure had no connections to that and Demarco it was the only one I could think of. We think of that was surely outside of any possible connection to this guy and that we could trust so they decided to meet up. Julia and Cecilia traveled to John. Marco's home in Milan like it was is living. Room blew so far Big Table. We had a drink and Marvez dinner also cooked by his wife. I remember that over a nightcap. The reporters Phil John Marco in on everything that they knew about Leonardo and the women who claimed he abused them. Gianmarco looked shocked by what they told him. He couldn't believe what we were saying. An amendment were saying D toes and getting into like the stories of each girls showing evidence. He like really turn like. This is incredible. I we have to do something about it. And he was stepping out of being a lawyer too. In that moment I think there was this common sense of acting as citizens but he said we need to act very carefully because Does manage a Cop. Econ just ran there like freelance journalist. And and promise you're going to have this and then how do like we need to be clever about it? The reporters needed to come up with a strategy and fast. We're sitting in his room with DeMarco lawyer. And while we were talking about that we knew that possibly impact of a dino was perpetrating crime. Again I mean that was possibly to and it was a feeling that stayed with us for the months that we kept working on this thing.

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Verified

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"reporter" Discussed on Verified

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"reporter" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

09:05 min | 1 year ago

"reporter" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"What is the method of holding people accountable. At the end of the day when elected when it comes to elected officials although there are many other ways for things to happen the end of the day the buck walk has to stop with our with the voters ray especially with elected officials and yet there seems to be this constant stream of this vis behavior reward. Frankly in some cases were awarded. Yes I mean and I dark feeling it is really dark and I've been trying to keep people's names out of my mouth but when you have someone who is in a position of power to be consistently shown that they can say say whatever they want and there are no repercussions for that. It gives other people the idea that they can do the same well. A lot of folks talked about the civility ability question and we need to be more civil and I I personally take offense to that. I believe that what we need is a respect conversation. And yes where we can respect each other's ideas and also respect each other's persons and I think that is the thing respect each other's life choices or how they we're born or how they live. That comes down to it. We need to move from civility to respect. 'cause I think respect is what we're having here is the question we're having here. I'm glad that she will. He spoke up and told him that. His comment was unprofessional. And that he wouldn't have said this to a male reporter because it's true he wouldn't have said this to a male reporter he wouldn't have said this to a male colleague. He might have said it to another woman woman reporter and nobody would have said anything but the fact that she now knows that she has a voice that she can use and she has an outlet for that and I know it took a lot of courage and a lot of strength drinks to do that. So I know that there's one thing you know we always try to look at like Solutions and ways to make things better on this podcast. There's one thing that I know that you did last year kind of looking behind the curtain. That made a really big impact for you. Can you talk a little bit about that. So I went to this class. This verbal self defense class that was hosted by Laura Calill and she taught a group of women the ways that we can stop ourselves in a situation when something happens or someone says something really must up to you you get this fighter flight and oftentimes urine such shock that somebody just said something vile or something racist or something incredibly gross to you you and you're like what and it gets you out of your head and you can practice this and you can be like no but what did you mean by that and you call them out on it and it gives you the opportunity to take that control back and I think that every woman should take this class and I think it was incredibly helpful for me and it gave me a lot of of opportunity to help other women because I've also taught other women had to do the same thing. So if you're interested in learning more about verbal self defense and all all of that stuff you can find Laura at force of bad assery DOT COM. And we'll put a link to her website in the show notes and Allison Donahue. I just want to say thank you for being one hundred percent. That reporter plans to open a nine screen first first run movie theater restaurant and bar. In Detroit's midtown neighborhood are now dead and the culprit is Detroit's Bugaboo Parking crain's Detroit business reports at at the Austin Texas based chain Alamo Draft House pulled. Its plans to open a thirteen million dollar theater after the developer was unable to guarantee the three hundred parking parking spots. Alamos said it needed for the project. Alamos planning to open a theater on a parcel located near the corner of Martin Luther King Boulevard and Woodward Avenue that there's only the Detroit water and Sewage Department. It was originally supposed to open this year. The site is well served by transit including a queue line station around the corner on Woodward. But let's be honest Detroit and metro-detroit remained solidly car dependent city and region critics including the group detroiters for parking reform. Whom whom we featured on this very podcast say? The city's vitality is being hurt by the presence of too many parking. Lots the news also means that Detroit will continue to be served by by just one first run movie theater. That's the Bel Air Luxury Cinema Multiplex on eight mile road so jair. I mean the sucks. I'm sorry that today's show is kind of a bummer. So here's the thing. I know that there's actually been very creative ways to implement Alamo theaters leaders in other places like parking on the roof Like working into buildings and stuff. It's Kinda crazy to me that this thing's done over three hundred parking spaces. I know that parking A. There's a lot of legal requirements for parking in the city code right now that I don't think people realize that they force parking. Another thing is is that there are parking lots nearby. But they're all mostly controlled by one guy and they sit empty. A ton of the time is is that one guy does he have a the big pizza and district. Yes that's in Detroit yes but regardless. This is the kind of thing that like in contrast me crazy. That downtown Detroit doesn't have a first run movie theater. You would think there'd be somewhere to catch that in town. Yeah I mean we did we. I used to. Oh yeah the Red San Lorenzo Fan. We had those four little screens. It would have been really great to be able to go downtown and to catch a really cool movie and beating Slip Dinner. People Forget. Detroit has a long history of movie houses and movie Patois so many of the the quote unquote ruins at some of which we've lost. They were movie palaces. Not Lake Fine Art theaters. You know what have been really great. What if and this is a big if because we already know what's going to happen to this? What what if? They renovated the United Artists Theater. Into what theater. Why instead of a parking lot I will? I'll say this though. I think we both need to take a moment and shout out a very cool little place. It is not that downtown. Detroit is a complete movie desert. Know The folks At Cinema Detroit do a wonderful job on the more independent outside. Run kind of style that and it is worth going and they work really the hard over there to find a really good films. I really do love Cinema Detroit. I think they do an amazing job and also want to highlight the Detroit film theatre that is always a a good one. It is always a good one at the. Va Right really pretty. It is really pretty. But it's a bummer. I mean I think it could have been good for all of the theaters right so you could do a first run. You could check out something more indie. You could start. Because that's the thing I think people don't realize so often in Detroit. It's what we must have one thing thing and only one thing no. We need multiple things. There needs to be like a network a neighborhood. A Bar does better when there's other places around it to go to that. Make it interesting twisting businesses. Do better together. And that's crazy thought that I don't think that we've understood around here for a long time. No because people expect to get in their car go to a parking space. Go to where they're going get back in their car. Go to another place. They don't think Oh. Well I can park one place. Take the people mover down and we don't offer it enough places either. We really don't and I know that the queue line is like a joke most of the time because let's face it. It is having a district works for tourism. It does work it. Does it works for the tourist who has no idea what they're here from wherever and they know that it will reliably go to a stop. That's near their map. And that is the one good thing. Now it's GonNa take them a lot longer than the bus or something they really will. It's kind of like Disney's least best ride. I kind of feel the same way that I felt about H. M. When H. and M. opened downtown where we were like. Oh we're actually a real city I felt that when we heard that Alamo draft house is coming to Detroit. I was super excited and stoked. I mean somebody. We've both lived in other cities. This kind of stuff is. There's so much stuff in Detroit that just is in other places. Yeah and we're always fighting for like we really need to get to the position of like this is just what we we have what we visit and it just works. I would love to be there. It's been a long time it's depressing. Hey if you can't you can't laugh you'll cry.

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"reporter" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

14:18 min | 1 year ago

"reporter" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"And two signatures later. We're done the the customs brokerage proven their worth the CB P officers love it when you use a customs broker as there are fees and bonds and paperwork that must be placed as together against the aircraft before income in if you don't have this all this can be a major hassle if you have to do it right at the counter and and can take his considerable amount of time and you may not do it correctly all in all it took us less than three minutes to get the inspection and the paperwork signed signed and approved we asked if we could do fueling on the customer's ramp and they said sure coffer fuel. You can do it right here. Do you need to borrow a radio. The station at Burlington was cleaner than most. FBI does and could not have been politer hats saw to this entry point. We were on the ground for less than an hour and that included getting fuel. Let's hear it for the easy way. YEA The rest of the day and the next day we flew the airplane down to Texas which was a typical cross country once on the ground around you notify the escrow company that the plane at is at the point of delivery and the point of sale has taken place they they filed the paperwork to deregister the airplane can't release the funds to the seller now it's starting to look like a house sale see episode three the the Dr Takes possession of your paperwork and you start all the paperwork to get the airplane registered in America so what did we learn aviation and fans one in the eyes of Homeland Security all military planes her fighters to CB P officers Hughes Common Sense and are a pleasure to work with three having the foreign our delivered. The aircraft is so much easier for customs brokers help you with the sale and are worth the money five escrow companies were extremely easy to you work with and really were worth money also next episode registering the airplane in America and First Flight under its new tail number. This is your reporter at large frequency. Change approved good day right very good. I guess that sounds like that went pretty smoothly Max Trescott have you. Have you ever been involved in a foreign sale transaction either coming in you're going out. We're talking about airplanes down here I mean I don't want to reveal any other activities. No Oh I'm kidding now. I actually talked with launchpad over the weekend for a while about all the fun he's having with the aircraft and yeah it's it's definitely far more complex than I would have imagined and bringing in an aircraft of that type from another country and he did a good job of laying out exactly what it takes to do that so yeah no hands off to him. I think he's having a great time yeah. It's almost like the the task of getting it here and getting registered is almost as well probably not but it sounds it's almost as exciting as the aircraft itself well. You know I think sometimes acquiring an airplane is a bit of an intellectual challenge that people enjoy because because sometimes it's easy sometimes it's not I was talking with a gentleman last night. WHO's buying a business jet and we were talking about? you know why and different uses for it and you know different ways that he could put it up for charter operation and boy he talked for quite a long time about you know different insurance amounts which ranged by the way from twenty eight thousand a year to sixty thousand a year or two hundred twenty thousand dollars a year depending upon different permutations stations of who is allowed to fly the aircraft and you know based on where the aircraft was located and if it was hanger D- You know in various states you know how much that that was gonna cost because of state taxes and you know it's it's. It's a complex problem when you especially when you start looking at more expensive aircraft to it kind of figure out all right. How do we make this work cost effectively with all the the many different parameters that you need to optimize yeah interesting well? I'm glad launchpad. Japan is is being as successful as he is at least so far we I guess this coming up this this is probably the last stage in the process wouldn't it be the they they get it formerly registered in the US and then after that he should be all set yeah exactly then he can attach weapons and he'll be good to go yeah all right. Hey we've got something that I think it's a cool story doesn't aviation well. It does only a little bit last episode we listened to Mica Mica and he called his his friend Eric Rybeck his crept brother and we didn't really know what that meant. I mean if you listen to that. I know in context you could get the idea that there's some kind of close relationship but I didn't know what that meant so eric responded and gave us this this little explanation Hi maxine David this is Eric Rybeck in Red Hook New York on episode five sixty nine our main mica had a great recap of his year in aviation he was kind enough to mention me as I company him mm-hmm for both innovations in flight and the sperling fly in two things he said raised questions for you which I thought I'd address indeed fomer is the term sometimes applied to those chase trains whomever kind it did not mean it as a compliment as it referred to guys who foam at the mouth when they see are-are or a special locomotive but over time many railroad enthusiasts have taken it on as a badge of honor now I'm really not a fomer but but I've always had an affinity for trains and trolleys and that inspired me to research and write the rail. USA Museums and trips guides which Mike mentioned what did stump you was when Mike referred to me has crept Hawk brother as you correctly stated crept lock is a Jewish dumpling usually with meat or potato filling and it can be served boiled in chicken soup or by itself pan-fried so I made about thirty years ago when I was volunteering I mean as a DJ at university radio station in Portland Maine Mike and I soon realized we liked a lot of the same music so I invited him to join me as an occasional occasional co host we started hanging out and also realized we had a lot of food loves and common especially Jewish Delis well. We developed a nice on air repartee and at the time the car talk show was popular on public radio and had featured the real brothers Tom and Ray Makati who referred to themselves as click and clack the TAP brothers well. I guess one morning on the show I was enjoying the stick. Mike and I were doing and announced that hair to four we would be I known as frigging FRAC the crept brothers well it stuck in that's what we've been ever since thanks to Mica and his involvement with the airplane Geeks podcast all cast. I've become just a little geeky about airplanes myself and I'm grateful to him and to both of you for that all right now we know I didn't know that it was such a personal thing between the two of them so so there's a little a little insight something we didn't know about Mica and Eric. Thanks for taking the time to record that because when I heard it I was like Oh oh cool there were there was more there was more there was more there there than we were implying Mac so yeah we we sit corrected but thanks to both of you for contributing that and it's Okay Eric you can say you're a fomer. There are other people in the show who definitely like choose but you didn't hear that from me all right Tom. You're not a millennial are you. I am just at the started the millennial generation I was born in the early eighties. Yes Oh okay so last episode our guest who who shall remain remain unnamed in a one of the hosts here who shall remain well me made some some disparaging remarks remark about millennials kind of just you know poking fun because you gotTa have good time poking fun but we heard from Mark Mark Newton our longtime listener very engaged with the podcast marks provided a lot of good thoughts and emails and ideas over the years really and he so he didn't he didn't appreciate the some of the references and but he also educated me a little bit because I thought millennials were younger a little bit younger than this because mark says that millennials are now about to enter their forties wow he says they're in middle management with two kids and a mortgage and they are absolutely straight up no fooling exhausted by the last twenty years of ignorant condescending meaning stereotyping typing bs that's been gushing non stop out of the boomers and then and then market goes on from there so all right so I I think I'm going to say I think I'm going to officially kind of lay off the boo the the millennials a little bit and and because they're they're older more mature group than I thought or or becoming so late thirties yeah I'm getting there. Oh tell you I remember member being a general news reporter when I was doing more general news if something had millennial in the in the title or the Keyword people would pitch you stuff. It was a buzzword you know and I get it. It's tempting because your Daily News reporter you need to turn out stories if he say Legno this meal that generational stories are you have to use your you know methodology and make sure that the data is good but there's a lot of data out there that isn't good and some people will just get tempted and say fine someone sent me. A generational story is tempting yeah yeah so I started thinking about not making cracks about that millennials which led me to thinking about cracks about podcasters and so I asked a group of podcast creators for some of the jokes references things that they've heard about podcasters and I got to really go action so so here's a few first one is what do you call five friends who get together to share a brain and talk about it podcasters well and that's assuming they're not drinking. Some of some of the people on these shows do that as well to Eric's guys say there's one show that that's important aspect of which which gets confused with us another one was Was this quote from another podcast. I'm more concerned about what my podcast ratings ratings and reviews say about me than what my mom says about me. That's pretty funny and then this one is is one of my favorites favorites. I like talking by myself in padded rooms. I'm not crazy. I'm a podcast her voice at night you I know right. I'm surrounded by padding in this in this room right here other arrogant. I'm a podcast. That's a good one and I think I've heard several podcasts that are similar to this. This one is I don't have anything to say but I sound pretty good and then this one the great thing about podcasting is the ability to edit what I say. Some people think I should take more advantage of that feature uh-huh that's crew yeah sometimes sometimes the editing gets pretty heavy and then and then this last one you know that old joke you have a face for radio. Well radio didn't want me either so head to revert the podcasting the ugly truth comes out there. Is there it it is that's why I'm not doing video all right well so with that invite all of you to get introspective and AH laugh at yourself from time to time I think that's that's healthy and as I said I'll maybe not laugh so much else if I can can help it laugh at my little brother. He's ten years younger than me all right. I can't keep track of the Gen X. Gen Y. Millennial is too confusing using for me. Why Watch what you say about Gen ys? Is that you David so yeah. I'm that age where we'd get any respect whatsoever right well to work. We don't even get picked on just get ignored. Oh that's worse than being picked on all right so let's wrap this up. I want to thank you for listening to the airplane Geeks podcast our guest was Tom Risen and aviation reporter who covers airlines lines and electric flight and regulation at Cerium Cir I U am in. That's the website as well dot com right Tom. Yes yes sir you can reach us and thanks a lot time. We really appreciate it and enjoy your insights on some of these issues. There's there's probably about fifty or sixty sixty other topics you could talk to you about. Let's come back. Let me know maybe another time Yes for sure.

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"reporter" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"reporter" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

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"reporter" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Axe Files with David Axelrod

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"reporter" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod

"As a reporter for the for the dow's point news i mean i'm beginning to go to communities whether it's with here in chicago for example in san diego in in dallas where employers are beginning to ask me why aren't the mexicans coming anymore uh there's a real sense of what's going to happen next i i i think that i mean the mexicans are the boogeyman there the punching bags these days but i think that the day is coming soon were americans will really miss mexicans mean you can't really talk about onesidedly other without the mexicans and i i am i can tell you i mean it's i don't i don't detect outrage underpar when whenever an interview immigrants about the current climate a but there is a sense of a people being feeling betrayed being hurt people feeling like you continue this path you're basically second the way the soul of this country near the whole sense that uh that this can be a better country this will be a a two when when anecdote that always resonates with me and this was an nineteen sixty eight and was still debating this i've been living in in in the united states for three years when california were in the fields bobby kennedy had just been assassinated and a just three interject you your your mom was involved with the farmworkers ends says ershad is an eight was no famously leading a movement for farm worker rights the bobby kennedy embraced as his own right my mother's very involved which is kind of controversial because as a tara's in those days did not really walk on undocumented mexicans felt that they were driving wages down my mother was a green card holder and she would argue with us with the task people and say look we all care about human rights we need to find villabate i mean it was interesting to my mother will a homemaker look very quiet kind of meek at home you you come to the united states and sunny she becomes a raising help bad left and right there with the unity or even lead in strikes and i would i would just watches who is this woman now but when bobby kennedy died.

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