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"richard alan davis" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on The First Degree

"And here's a reaction action from Marc Klaas. POLLY's father after hearing the statement that Richard. Alan Davis made in court where he made that sort of wild accusation publicly and following mark. Loss is his father who also talks to the reporters to which this individual will go to continue to inflict pain rain and suffering and agony in the continued victimization of my family. I don't for a moment. Regret my response. I only regret my words. He's a toxic pollutant oaten pawn our society and the sooner he leaves this world the better off we all will be mm-hmm. Are you ready to do what I don't really know. I could no longer be in the same room. I'm with him. I might have let it pass until I heard my mother's grown of agony and it snapped something within me. Aw which I just couldn't hold back. I thought this man has spent his entire. This man has spent spent his entire time in jail trying to think of another way to inflict terrible pain because he is a continual tinu endless sadist. Because this this man succeeded in what he was trying to do in which was pierce my son through the heart and pierced the rest of the family. It was just plane despicable despicable and it shows the kind of people child molesters are there was a point in trial where she was asked. Ask because obviously or I mean when they found her about me they weren't able to tell if she had been sexually abused or not During trial when I was asked he said he didn't and he said he did into because she had said to him. Please don't do what my daddy did to me. which became very Interesting conversation Most people people think that he was doing that just to get another day at the family so because seems like he just seems like a terrible person who was doing things and and you know what he said in court that it seems like he was just trying to hurt as many people as possible which just seems very strange since he didn't seem to have any any motive which is why all of it just has always seems very bizarre to me because there seems to be no motive for why he picked her and no understanding standing for why he then was continuously trying to hurt these people That were close to her. Anyone hurts parts and child specifically based just missing something in their brains for someone to walk into a the house that they don't know on a girl's birthday kidnap her and then murder her you have to be at just a whole `nother level of human being that you just can't I mean I don't know how he related in society at all because if that's something that you can do I don't know how you Extension in life Richard. Alan Davis was sentenced to the death for kidnapping and murdering polly close. In Walla. There was some semblance of justice in this case in that Richard. Alan Davis was was sentenced to death. We must understand that not all cases not all murdered little girls families do get justice so while Elizabeth is is our first degree connection to the story of polly KLAAS. She wanted to come onto our show to also talk about another murder little girl and it was important that this case was brought up wind wind talking about pauline. So I'm going to read an excerpt of an article written by David Templeton for the argus. Corier staff will give you a little summary. The case her name was George Lee Mos but no one knew that yet when her body was found in a grove of trees in South Petaluma on August. Twenty second nineteen ninety-seven almost no one. Even even knew she'd been missing. She was twelve year old African American Santa Rosa girl who disappeared from her Santa Rosa on August eighteenth but no mention ever absence appeared in local tapers until after the body had been tentatively identified by the time we all learned her name. She was already long dead her presumed kidnapping and subsequent murder a crime that remains remains unsolved to this day. Twenty years later many questions remain. Would Georgia Moses still be alive. Had News of her disappearance been widely disseminated as polly Klaas had God was law enforcement slow to act because the victim was black a middle school dropout and living with her disabled mother and poverty. Why hasn't her murder have been solved after all these years? Why hasn't her killer been brought to justice before I sort of fully comprehend? I didn't understand why one had to be talked about with the other because I had such a connection into the Paulie and I didn't know Georgia and it felt like I kept feeling like people were blaming polly for the attention that she got when she he was dead and had no control over it and then as I was able to do more research and as you grow up and you learn more things and I sort of saw the injustice that was was done to Georgia Georgia was Kidnapped and killed. I think three or four five years after Paulie in Petaluma Her mother had reported that she was missing Because she was a young black girl they that she had run away or she she was whatever and they ignored it 'cause some degree and her body was found in a dick and her killer has never been found. And I'd just people very much no the name polly class and people don't know the name George Moses and so for me. It's always been important now now. I think Eva Giovanni talks about it in the thirteenth in her documentary She talks about Paulie. I believe she talks about Georgia And I think that it. It is now an important thing for me if people are going to talk about polly. I think it's always important to then talk about Georgia because mm-hmm so many black girls Were found in his or having been kidnapped or murdered and they it didn't get public attention. They didn't get the media frenzy that happens when a Q.. White girl goes missing. And I think it's incredibly we said And I think that for me it was important that if I was GonNa talk about my friend. polly is now come to her Embrace the fact that if we talk about poly then also got to talk about Georgia right and they see that. It's it's it's not that Paulie didn't deserve the attention. It's the Georgia. Georgia did also deserve the same attention and Elizabeth still holds on to her memories of Paulie anytime. Someone doesn't get the chance to at least eighteen. The the attempt at their dreams Always Really God. I don't know how to describe it properly but I think you feel lucky that so you have the days that you have when you know that there's people that didn't get close to the number of days you've had I think that and losing polly Ali you just get a different renewed sense of how lucky you are and then I think I just try to be as kind as I can be as helpful as I can be because there's so much hate and negativity in the world and get caught up in two and I think that sometimes you have things happen and allows you to take a step back and be grateful for what you have in the moment and what you get to do today and you. You'd get to do tomorrow and the fact that you have tomorrow I will say and Mrs. It's funny because it's something that I always had a memory and my dad I there's recently said no you weren't there. It was just me but the last time that came to my house she knocked on the door and my dad is is the only one that was home and she was explaining that they were moving to Petaluma and she'd left her skate at our house and she needed to take them with her and so my dad helped her look for them and they found them in the garage and that when they were leaving he said to her. I'm still starring that you're moving away. Yeah you've been such a good friend to Elizabeth and she said and she said Yeah but everything. Everything works Out The way that it's supposed to. And she smiled at him and she sort of skip down the stairs and he kept the door. And that was the last lifetime Becky saw her and I always thought of that to me. Is is the memory that I even though I wasn't there. That's the memory that I sort of. Keep a for the the image of her sort of happily skipping away with her skates that we loved though yeah sort of vaccinated. I remember polly. She gets to live on in different ways ways than than anyone would want To be remembered but at least there is a sense that people do remember her and people. Did you talk about her and People get to share their memories of her big. Thank you to Elizabeth for being are first degree connection this week. If you're listening and you have a first degree store you'd like to tell us you can email us at hello at the first I re- PODCAST DOT COM also. Please follow us on instagram. At the first degree Alexis linkletter at Bill Johnson. Abject Panik join our facebook group we are talking talking all things true crime and having discussions about each of our cases every week. It's scrape group to be a part of go by submerge. Lincoln are bio on Instagram. and Dan stick around for killing time because we are weird pushes we share remember. Only you can prevent serial.

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on The First Degree

The First Degree

08:52 min | 1 year ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on The First Degree

"Based on the evidence Luma hangs on every word about the polly Klaas case. That's been done to say. We are ignoring him going back a morning. News Conference on the search nearby. cynwyd capture the attention of everyone at the centre with searching the water tanks tonight. I just thought that was horrendous. That was something I never even. Maybe in this wooded area still no sight of polly. And that's just fine lied with her father Mark Class. I'm convinced they will not turn poly poly up in that area after several days of intense investigation police finally linked Richard. Alan Davis to the kidnapping their key. Piece of evidence palm print found in polly's bedroom here at the family home in court on Thursday Davis appeared under heavy security. I don't think yeah. And that is expected to change a vigilante mentality and flyers like these are now making the rounds in Petaluma. I just hope that they're and doing everything they can to protect him because he's the only run at this point. That knows what happened. Davis isn't yet talking to investigators but an expert in missing children's cases believes the twice convicted. Kidnapper is a hired gun and I really believe that. There's no person and I believe that she's live. That's why life flyers in seven languages are still going all over the world. We want to ask the public for any information. They may have about Mr Richard Davis and today Marc classmate an unusual plea to California prison inmates for health. I mean nobody likes crimes against children and this is a crime against children. In fact class says Davis's Davison former jailmate. Prison have donated one thousand dollars to the search effort in Petaluma John Lober Tko vr thirteen news. I would like Komo and I'd like to talk to him and I'd like to see if he can shed some information on police faith so as they're looking into Richard. Alan Davis One. One of the first things that they learn as he had previous convictions of burglary assault oral copulation and kidnapping Yup Kidnapping He. He served prison. Time in Chino in southern California so it turns out that for a previous kidnapping conviction. He'd been sentenced to sixteen years but he managed to get out on parole early. This guy started making people miserable as a teenager and had incredible criminal record. He had enlisted in the army but he was discharged because because of his incessant fighting with other soldiers during this time in prison he was analyzed by mental health professionals and they described him as a lone wolf at times. MM spoke of inner voices that told them to hurt and kill people even told one of them that he felt a glowing feeling type of release after he committed a crime but due to the fact that he'd been arrested they also had his prints and remember that partial palm print that they found in polly's room on her bunk bed. You'll get initially run on it through the system and didn't get hit because it just wasn't good enough sample to be matched in the algorithm to all those thousands and thousands of prints. They're out there but once zeroed in Davis Davis they were able to do a one to one comparison of the prince and it was a match. Davis was the monster that had gone into the house. During the sleepover that night abducted twelve year old polly close and now they have the evidence that they needed but the needed to find and Davis to make the arrest. Luckily they were able to trace Davis to a small native American reservation near You Kaya California and the reservation was called. Chiyoda Valley had a population between one hundred and fifty and two hundred people living there. There were approximately thirty houses and a tribal community center on this property. which was a reservation compound and it turned Davis squatting in a small house and this house was reported to be by by the Petaluma Argus career that it was more like a shed. Misplace had no running water no sewage system them no electricity and no nothing and this is where him in a female was squatting together. Davis was not a member of this tribe. He was just squatting. Hang on this property. Not something tribal leaders made very clear once this sort of hit the media and they had been making attempts to a victim for are more months multiple times but the local sheriff's department had no idea how to help them because there was a lot of confusion as far as the jurisdiction jurisdiction. They didn't know if they could have them is a tribal police. It it kind of went back and forth for a while and hadn't been addressed prior to his arrest and when they arrested Richard Davis they got him On a DUI charge because they learn on October nineteenth this eighteen days after police abduction. He'd been pulled over for a dui so they got him in the interrogation room and he said that he was high on alcohol and drugs the night of October first nineteen ninety-three remembers very little about what happened in what he did. He also said he was acting alone did not know poly or any of her family. You said no decent people don't want to know me that's what he said to his interrogation. I think that's interesting these. It's like he knows his shit of the earth noses noses a lot more shittier than he sure is so even though they had Davis in their custody they still didn't have poly but Davis eventually folded and he was arrested. The end of November. The twenty eighth I believe. We've and December fourth folded agreed to lead police to pauly's body. When they did find her she was found with her legs split apart including pushed above her waist? The believe that he had sexually assaulted her but he denied that either way they wouldn't be able to determine that because of the two months that she had remained on found either way. Parts of polly's body Otty were mummified others were skulls is and this may conducting the autopsy extremely difficult and arduous. However they did find a cloth and rope in her hair each were tied into lubes about three inches in diameter and they believe this was an indication of manual strangulation due to the level of decomposition? They had had no way to know whether or not she had been sexually assaulted. In fact according to court documents the medical examiner said of his examination quote. There was no identifiable remnant of any organ. Richard Alan Davis went to trial and he was convicted in one thousand nine hundred six of first degree murder enforce special circumstances robbery burglary kidnapping and lewd acts on a child porn. Pause Verdict Camera. We the jury in the above entitled Action Action. Find the defendant. Richard Alan Davis. You'LL SEE AL felony to wit a violation of penal code section eleven robbery and then he did willfully unlawfully and by means four or fear take personal property from the person succession and immediate presence of polly Hannah Klaas. We've brought up on the robbery to I agree used allegation. We brought up on the allegation that the said offended personal use a deadly and dangerous weapon with knife within the media phoenix. They need to be to be true rape bodily injury we further on the allegation that the defendant with attentional injury personally looked great bodily injury upon polly Hannah class none of the above within the meaning of Pinochle section while twenty two point seven in twelve tape one zero seven five to be through a statement that Richard Alan Davis made after his conviction in court by now have one last. David David Tunic Nichols and her family for what it's worth. I offer my sincere apologies to certain members of the boss. Family also offer the same so I do find it very puzzling that the tip provided by Mika Milstein in her testimony she never followed up on certain description of the man and his car that I talked to that I would also like to state for the record that the main reason I know I did not attempt any lewd dudek at night because of a statement. The young girl made to me when walking up the impact. Just don't do me like my dad by potato my dues Salaam..

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:39 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Big scandal. You're not gonna see it on MSNBC. They won't talk about it. Doug is in Hamal. Hello, doug. What's going on? Doug. Hey, how you doing? I'm good. What's going on over there? Talking about that center resolution. Did you don't like nine senators up for re election voted with the president the only one that didn't vote with the president was that was up for reelection ways? You know, Susan Collins, right? I should say a lot right there. But let's talk about their their their argument about the constitution and their procreation fudge. Well, the funds were already appropriated with the national emergency act and ten USC to eighty four the Texas those laws have given especially the NEC NEA has given the president the authority to spend defined as he sees fit. When he declares a national emergency with changed. Congress has to change that law. They passed it. Now, let's go to ten UNC to eighty four says that the President Bill barriers anywhere along the border or drugs or people any type we've been flow. It's coming in. And he has the Ican build it. That's ten USC to eighty four. Now. Let's talk about the constitution. Article four section four of the constitution. The president has the power to stop any type of invasion. So I don't see how you can win. I mean, how Democrats can win and Kong in a court of law unless they go court shopping. This is no this is going to get fast-track to the supreme court since a battle between. It's a it's a it's an actual pitched battle between two branches of government. It's going to have to go to the supreme court. And I think the president's going to prevail. And I think, you know, however, these idiots wanna vote they're gonna vote the way they're gonna vote they're gonna vote to protect their own skin. But I think this is a slam dunk win for the president. I don't I don't I don't see him losing first of all they're not going to be able to sustain. He's going to be able to sustain the veto. And it's going to go to court. And I mean, it's that simple. But the also has the funds already it doesn't apply today a resource, but no judge is going to be able to enjoin him from spending the funds. Right. But he already has three sources doesn't congress approval wall? Got it got it. But but but they're still going. It's got to go to court. We need this in court. I want this man, we want this in court because when when the idiots trying to make the deal go through via Fiat, we're not gonna want that to be the case CBCP, San Diego puts out a tweet get a load of this this. This is amazing. This is from two nights ago last night. A human smuggler dropped to young Salvadoran girls aged six and nine from the aging border barrier behind concertina wire as the cbp agents ran from their patrol positions in response to go and aid. These two little girls a six year old and a nine year old. Ten illegals crossing illegally got it. Under the under the water, of course. Isn't that great? I want to congratulate the Democratic Party of the state of California. I wanna congratulate Gavin Newsom Nancy Pelosi. The congress people who represent San Francisco in Los Angeles and the Democrats radio in San Diego. Congratulations on your party, picking up ten more voters for the two thousand twenty election. Congratulations to Gavin Newsom on picking up ten more people. That'll be counted in the fake phony FU Ghazi census that will enable you to continue to administrate the state of California. Goes golf club JD in San Diego. What's going on JD? Hey brett. Hi, I'm just calling about because. Although senators that voted for the voted for the resolution to kill the funding. Right. We'll see what one thing about him. All not near any border state that are affected. Correct. Not one Senator. Now, how did we get those guys next time and bringing down to the border and having stay for a week? And let's see what happens. Yeah there. They just said that it was more costly than forever. The drug control. It's getting crazy. Yup. Not only that. But the situation with San Diego and all the are taking over the streets. What's going on with that? How is that non emergency? And another thing too. That's really really getting me upset the order with them. Yes, sir. My sister's best friend Ali class. Yup. The guy Richard Alan Davis. Right through somebody's window. Yep. Grabbed your duct tape her. Yup. In the car. Cloverdale. Put her body and a shallow grave. Yup. When they brought him into court. Molly had to all he did was mock yoga class damn. He did. Be put them off. And all that. Got a question for you. Are you gonna tell that family the class family hate guess what he's going to he's going to get the stay in jail for more years. You get to have a look over head while the other people on the streets don't have a roof over their head. Right. Isn't that? What Mr. does say Paul today, by the way that sixty percent of California said that the totally ball. I want to know what's going on what's going on my state, but what is going on with this? State. I I can't control it right now. I'm just I love the state. I'm tired of innocent people getting killed like that person called. And it's just so frustrating that is and you got it point. You know what? Mr. Trump cleats military over in something or just cut the funding. I want the United States to invade California. I want the United States to invade California and liberate us we are constantly deploying the United States military to liberate other oppressed peoples we liberated Iraq we liberated Afghanistan from the Taliban once upon a time we have liberated Grenada we have liberated we're trying to liberate Venezuela right now. Let's liberate California. It's in the country just break. I want to see an and people think I'm joking when I say this. I'm not I'm serious this. This is a an illegitimate government that is working to subvert the will of the people. The people do not support these policies. Eight hundred seven sixty K FM Brentwood, herbal show him seven sixty talk. And breaking news, Jim Sharpe. Got headland between the bomb cyclone in the grounding of Boeing jets airports.

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

14:27 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Right. News roundup information overload and your calls eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program. All right. Bozo. Rourke announcing in a I guess, it was a YouTube video that he put out social media video. He's running for president. Bozo. Running for president goes. This is him endorsing the green new deal climate change could lead to extinction based on previous predictions. We would be already extinct by now. And they've been wrong about everything. I it was oh the next ice ages coming then it was global cooling, then global warming, then it's just plain old climate change. Because if the climate changes, which it has historically it has to do with man and man's desire for profit and capitalism. Here's what he says question is on the green new deal in by extension of if you don't mind take the spirit of the question, we face catastrophe and crisis. On this planet, even if we were to stop emitting carbon today right now at this moment, we know that the storms that we saw in Texas Harvey, which don't the landfall record amounts of rain on the United States of America as long as we've been keeping records to claim the lives of too many of our fellow Americans flooded people literally out of their homes and businesses storms like Harvey are only going to become more frequent and more severe and more devastating. And ultimately, they'll compromise. The ability to live in a city. What's Houston, Texas? This is your twenty twenty cast of characters that want to be the next president. Unbelievable. And that's what we got. This is what we're dealing with. Now is a country a radical extreme left-wing Democratic Socialist Party Cossio Cortez accusing the the Wells Fargo CEO of the financing of caging of children. I'm like, what is this woman? Wait is this all come from who makes this stuff up? I mean, it is it's mind numbing. We're this. Come don't fear, by the way, being automated out of work automation. Will mean more time for creating art of seventy percent tax rate for individuals marginal tax rate top generate ninety percent top marginal tax rate for corporations. Well, even these socialist utopia, she talks about they right marrow. Have a lower corporate tax rate than we do why. Because it's smart. It's the only way you're going to get businesses to invest money in your country or they're going to leave dislike businesses are leaving new. New York, New jersey in California. You're about the killers in California. Of course, Gavin Newsom thinks it's terrible tab the death penalty in new signed an executive order. Halting the death penalty in the state means that means a reprieve for seven hundred and thirty seven death row inmates. And you know, there's the Washington Examiner went over ten of them ten who or now going to benefit from Gavin newsome's compassion Lonnie David Franklin junior known as the grim sleeper. Convicted in two thousand sixteen killing nine women one teenage girl between eighty five and two thousand seven they believe he's the one behind at least twenty five separate murders became known as the grim sleeper. Because of the span of time between one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two thousand and two where it appeared. He wasn't involved in any more murders. And according to the LA times Franklin sought out women who are prostitutes or suffered from. Drug addiction. He'd murdered them leave their naked bodies and garbage cans or abandoned him on a road. Laura. Moore who wasn't named in the criminal complaint against Franklin claims. She survived a gunshot from Franklin after he picked her up at a bus stop. And that's one of the guys and you have Rodney Alcala known as the dating game killer. Because of his nineteen seventy eight appearance in the dating game convicted of killing seven women and girls five of the victims in California to New York confessed to killing more women and investigators believe he could have been responsible for more than one hundred murders. According to the Fresno big. Wow. And you have Carey Steiner convicted of killing four women within a span of five months near Yosemite national park and ninety nine handyman cedar lodge, strangled guests sexually assaulted them. Killed their fifteen year old daughter, and it goes on for their then we have, you know, one well-known Scott Peterson member reportedly reported his wife was missing Christmas Eve two thousand and two police examined ten thousand tips, you know, they looked up sex offenders and potential suspects. Peterson was ultimately arrested after the California attorney general announced that lacy and Connor's bodies were found days earlier in the San Francisco Bay shore area, and it goes or Richard Alan Davis confessed to the killing of Polly costs. I knew this poor guy. The father of Polly cloths has lived his whole life and pain. I mean, all these families live in pain after all this. Anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. If you wanna be a part of the program, we have we're gonna have a lot on the deep state tonight, especially as it relates to Collins, releasing this testimony from Peter Struck earlier today like we were talking about you know, when gowdy was grilling struck on the text that was rooting against Trump. You know, he points out that Trump would not even become the nominee and that at that time truck struck was the one heading the investigation into then candidate Clinton. Well, that goes into Lisa pages. Testimony released yesterday. In other words, that the DOJ had the fix in and controlled everything from the get-go, and they had no intention of ever doing a real investigation into Hillary, and then gowdy grilling struck on the Clinton's server case instruc- admits the Clinton mishandled classified information. Well, that means that she committed a felony and he's admitting himself. But of course, that was the favored candidate struck tries to explain away is insurance policy. You know by saying there's a tremendous amount read into this that has absolutely inaccurate. Boy. I was making is it is unlikely that you will die before you forty but you still act in a way that addresses that possibility that's like an analogy to somebody saying, hey, look every pollster and talking head thinks that Clinton is going to be elected and my responding. Well, that might be true. But nevertheless, we need to possibly and responsibly investigate this in the unlikely event based on the polls and the pundits. And the experts that candidate Trump's elected and then Jackson steps and let me quickly. Why did you advocate for continuing the investigation excuse me? Let me move to another question. Did you mean that you had an insurance policy to prevent Trump from being president? And it just goes on and on from there. All of this hit before her stint, by the way with fusion GPS. No, your we found out today works for the Obama CIA that was in the epoch times. You know, you look at it a struck admitting Muller never asked him about whether or not he was biased against Trump. According to the text messages that even Muller found, and and that struck in page text about protecting the country admitting that Muller never asked about what he meant by that. Text Muller didn't wanna know the answer apparently and struck given the explanation of the text the page mentioning that is insurance policy again and emitting Muller. Didn't ask about the meaning behind that? Text and struck was questioned about the text on impeachment. He admits Muller never asked him about that text meadows. Instruc- has struck clarify in admit that the investigation showed evidence that it was Russia's meddling. Not the Trump campaign that also came out in testimony and struck. Admitting Muller didn't inquire if the techs many he was rooting against Trump. Mullet didn't care about what struck in page. We're doing didn't care about their obvious bias didn't care that they rigged the investigation into Hillary stroke clarified that Muller never asked him any type of question as to whether or not his political of fish of affiliation. Or distaste of Trump impact that his decision making why because everybody else he hired hated Trump also admits that if he had become become public. The FBI was investigating Russian interference on the Trump campaign. It could have been used against him. And wieners laptop is first mentioned in connection with the Clinton Email investigation. And struck explains why the Clinton Email investigation was made public as opposed to the special counsel investigation in some believable. Well, we do have some good news. I guess this really is coming to an end the pit bull Andrew Weisman. As I said earlier is leaving Jordan and meadows, urging Elijah Cummings now to issue a criminal referral from Michael cone, and all of this now goes into the office of the attorney general the attorney general, of course, being Loretta Lynch. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program. All right. Let's go to Lisa is in West Virginia. Lisa. Hi. How are you? Glad you called. Hello. Hi. How are you? I'm great. How are you? Thanks for taking my call. Thank you for calling. Basically, my comment was about this is I feel like the fraud behind the the college problem is just ridic. But I think the colleges should just openly say if you want your kid in this is the price if you wanna pay five hundred thousand dollars by all means do it. It would solve a lot of the funding problems at college. Would go to the top thirty forty fifty colleges in the country and probably no more. But then it's that is only going to be for people that have that kind of money that can do that. Now. Listen, I'm not going to be naive here in the sense that you know, I always tell everybody that works for me. I'll play this little game with Linda, what are we say? Linda to everybody that works for me. Save your money money equals, eat them. Right. Tell everybody that and set it on the air. Money equals freedom. Yeah. So the point is that if you save your gives you more options say as a parent, if you have more money that means you can put your kids and pay money for coaches, and traveling in sports or battle, a or theater, or whatever whatever you kids are, you know, area of interest is, and you know, like, I never would have thought, for example, that crew would be such a huge sport in college. I did I if you would've asked me when I was a kid what crew is I had no idea we picked up our hockey sticks or basketball baseball. We want the play. And that was it. And but everything has become more specialized now, if you're a parent that has money you can afford coaching you're gonna afford travel. You can afford these other things that's just based on the fact that you have the money to do it. You know, it very few of these athletes can get there just on their own without some help financially from their parents is it an advantage. Of course, it's an advantage or kids. That are able to their parents able to help them with school by hiring tutors to. They better understand things is that an advantage that other kids don't have. Absolutely. It's based on what money they have is it unfair. I don't think. So because how did the parents get the money if they're not drug dealers, and they work hard, and they produce goods and services that people want need and desire, and they built up extra money, and they want to invest it in their children. That is you know, we live in a land where life liberty and pursuit of happiness. And if you pursue happiness by giving these extra things to your kids. What's wrong with that? I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I as I told my children, you can't help people out of spend their money doesn't mean they're doing it. Well, but you can't tell them how to spend their money if they aren't it. They should be able to do that. However. Well, they could think about it though. The parents could spend it on luxurious vacations and not give their kids tutors, or you know, athletic. I ching or whatever. Parent that I send my money on my kids force for one. I I enjoy it. I enjoy my kid play. That's what I liked about sports as it keeps them out of trouble. Let's be honest. You know, if they're playing at the tournament every weekend, you know, what they're not doing hanging out with the dopey friends drinking beer smoking pot. And and you know, hooking up. I don't think I think it is a major thing as Linda seems to want to just not pay attention to this part, it's fraud. But they did know with it. Well, she. No, no, no. No. No, no, no now. Secondly, hurry, go. Now, she'll tell you now I never said it wasn't fraud. And I'm not saying that we should turn a blind eye understand. We've got an open both eyes and both years and look at all of the inequities and all the discrepancies and all the fraud. This is just a hot topic because some celebrities got involved, but at the end. There's a lot of other inequities is a difference between hiring a tutor to coach your kids to take the SAT's. What about the buildings? I'm not listening to what about your donations. What about granted? Right. We're not talking about any of that what we are nobody else's. So until we decide to to really talk about the giant elephant in the middle of the room, which is that colleges unfair. It's become a liberal bastion. It's run by liberals most of the people donating to our liberals and LA teaches liberal ideology until we take our school's back in our education back. This conversation is moot. Okay. Let me tell you about black rifle coffee. Thank you. Lisa for the call. We'll get to your calls. Next morning coffee is my institution can't start my day without it. And it's why when it comes to starting my day every day and kind of numerous times throughout the day while I reach for the single best American coffee on the market, black rifle coffee dot com slash, Sean. That's the website..

Sean Trump Text Muller fraud Clinton president California Gavin Newsom Lisa Peter Struck Linda Lonnie David Franklin Polly cloths Texas New York Houston
"richard alan davis" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on KTRH

"By extension of if you don't mind, I'll take the spirit of the question, we face catastrophe and crisis on this planet, even if we were to stop emitting carbon today right now at this moment, we know that the storms that we saw in Texas Harvey, which don't the landfall record amounts of rain on the United States of America as long as we've been keeping records to claim the lives of too many of our fellow Americans flooded people literally out of their homes and businesses storms like Harvey are only going to become more frequent and more severe and more devastating. And ultimately, they'll compromise. The ability to live in a city. What's Houston, Texas? This is your twenty twenty cast of characters that want to be the next president. Unbelievable. And that's what we got. This is what we're dealing with. Now is a country a radical extreme left-wing Democratic Socialist Party Cossio Cortez accusing the the Wells Fargo CEO of the financing of caging of children. I'm like, what is this woman? Wait is this all comes from who makes this stuff up? I mean, it is it's mind numbing. We're this. Come don't fear, by the way, being automated out of work automation. Will mean more time for creating art of seventy percent tax rate for individuals marginal tax rate generate ninety percent top marginal tax rate for corporations. Well, even these socialist utopia she talks about day right narrow have a lower corporate tax rate than we do why. Because it's smart. It's the only way you're going to get businesses to invest money in your country or they're going to leave is like businesses are leaving new. New York, New jersey in California. You about the killers in California. Of course, Gavin Newsom thinks it's terrible tab, the death penalty and Neil signed an executive order. Halting the death penalty in the state means that means a reprieve for seven hundred and thirty seven death row inmates. And, you know, the Washington Examiner went over ten of them ten who are now going to benefit from Gavin Newsom, compassion Lonnie. David Franklin junior known as the grim sleeper. Convicted in two thousand sixteen killing nine women one teenage girl between eighty five and two thousand and seven they believe he's the one behind at least twenty five separate murders became known as the grim sleeper. Because of the span of time between one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two thousand and two where it appeared. He wasn't involved in any more murders. And according to the LA times Franklin sought out women who are prostitutes or suffered from. Drug addiction. He'd murdered them leave. Their naked bodies in garbage cans or abandoned him on the road. Laura. Moore who wasn't named in the criminal complaint against Franklin claims. She survived a gunshot from Franklin after he picked her up at a bus stop. And that's one of the guys and you have Rodney Alcala known as the dating game killer. Because of his nineteen seventy eight appearance in the dating game convicted of killing seven women and girls five of the victims in California to New York confessed to killing more women and investigators believe he could have been responsible for more than one hundred murders. According to the Fresno big. Wow. And you have Carey Steiner convicted of killing four women within a span of five months near Yosemite national park in ninety nine handyman, cedar lodge, strangled guests sexually assaulted them. Killed their fifteen year old daughter, and it goes on for their then we have you know, one well-known Scott Peterson member reportedly reported his wife was missing Christmas Eve two thousand and two please examine ten thousand tips. You know, they looked up sex offenders potential suspects. But Peterson was ultimately arrested after the California attorney general announced that lacy and Connor's bodies were found days earlier in the San Francisco. Bay shore area, and it goes or Richard Alan Davis confessed to the killing of Polly costs. I know this poor guy. The father of Polly Kloss has lived his whole life and pain. I mean, all these families live in pain after all of this anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. If you wanna be a part of the program, we have a lot on the deep state tonight, especially as it relates to Collins releasing this testimony from Peter Struck earlier today, we were talking about gowdy was grilling struck on the text that was rooting against Trump. You know, he points out that Trump would not even become the nominee and that at that time truck struck was the one heading the investigation into then candidate Clinton, well that goes into Lisa pages testimony release yesterday. In other words, that the DOJ had the fix in and controlled everything from the get-go, and they had no intention of ever do a real investigation into Hillary and then gouty grilling. Struck on the Clinton's server case instruc- admits the Clinton mishandled classified information. Well, that means that she committed a felony and he's admitting himself. But of course, that was the favored candidate struck tries to explain away is insurance policy. You know by saying there's a tremendous amount read into this that has absolutely inaccurate. Boy now is making is it is unlikely that you will die before you forty but you still act in a way that addresses that possibility that's like an analogy to somebody saying, hey, look every pollster and talking head thinks that Clinton is going to be elected and my responding. Well, that might be true. But nevertheless, we need to possibly and responsibly investigate this in the unlikely event based on the polls and the pundits. And the experts that candidate Trump's elected and then Jackson steps and let me quickly. Why did you advocate for continuing the investigation excuse me? Let me move to another question. Did you mean that you had an insurance policy to prevent Trump from? Being president. And it just goes on and on from there. All of this hit before her stint, by the way with fusion GPS. No, your we found out today works for the Obama CIA that was in the epoch times. You know, you look at it a struck admitting Muller never asked him about whether or not he was biased against Trump. According to the text messages that even Muller found, and and that struck and page text about protecting the country admitting Muller never asked about what he meant by that. Text Muller didn't want to know the answer apparently and struck given the explanation of the text the page mentioning that is insurance policy gin and admitting Muller didn't ask them about the meaning behind that. Text and struck was questioned about the text on impeachment. He admits Muller never asked him about that text meadows. Struck has struck clarifying admit that the investigation showed evidence that it was Russia meddling. Not the Trump campaign that also came out in testimony and struck admitting Muller didn't inquire if the techs many he was rooting against Trump mother didn't care about what struck in page. We're doing didn't care about their obvious bias didn't care that they rigged the. Into Hillary stroke clarified that Muller never asked him any type of question as to whether or not his political of fish of of affiliation. Or distaste of Trump impact his decision making why because everybody else he hired hated Trump. Also, he admits that if he had become if become public the FBI was investigating Russian interference on the Trump campaign. It could have been used against him. And wieners laptop is first mentioned in connection with the Clinton Email investigation. And struck explains why the Clinton Email investigation was made public as opposed to the special counsel investigation. And some believable. Well, we do have some good news. I guess this really is coming to an end the pit bull Andrew Weisman. As I said earlier is leaving Jordan and meadows, urging Elijah Cummings now to issue a criminal referral from Michael Cohen. And you know, but all of this now goes into the office of the attorney general the attorney general, of course, being Loretta Lynch. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program. All right. Let's go to Lisa is in West Virginia. Lisa. Hi. How are you? Glad you called. Hello. Hi. How are you? I'm Craig how are you? Thanks for taking my call. Thank you for calling. Basically, my comment was about this as a killing the fraud behind the the college. The problem is just ridiculous. There. But I think that colleges should just openly say if you want your kid in this is the price if you want to pay us five hundred thousand dollars by all means it. Was a lot of the funding problems college. Would go to the top thirty forty fifty colleges in the country and probably no more. But then that is only going to be for people that have that kind of money that can do that. Now. Listen, I'm not going to be naive here in the sense that you know, I always tell everybody that works for me. I'll play this little game with Linda, what are we saying to everybody that works for me. Save your money money equals, eat them. Right. Hell everybody that. Money freedom. Yeah. Should it on the air? So the point is that if you save your money, you give you more options say as a parent, if you have more money that means you can put your kids and pay money for coaches, and traveling in sports or ballet or theater, or whatever whatever you kids are, you know, area of interest is, and you know, I never would have thought, for example, that crew would be such a huge sport in college. I didn't I if you would've asked me when I was a kid. What crew is I had no idea we picked up our hockey sticks or basketball baseball. We went to play. And that was it. And but everything has become more specialized now, if you're a parent that has money you can afford coaching. You're gonna Ford travel you can afford these other things that's just based on the fact that you have the money to do it. You know, it and very few of these athletes can get there just on their own without some help financially from their parents. Is it an advantage? Of course. It's an advantage or kids that are able to their parents able to help them with school by hiring tutors that they better understand things is that an advantage that other kids don't have. Absolutely. It's based on what money they have is it unfair. I don't think. So because how did the parents get the money if they're not drug dealers, and they work hard, and they produce goods and services that people want need and desire, and they built up extra money, and they want to invest it in their children. That is you know, we live in a land where you know, life liberty and pursuit of happiness. And if you pursue happiness by giving these extra things to your kids. What's wrong with that? I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I as I told my children, you can't help people out of spend their money doesn't mean they're doing it. Well, but you can't tell them how to spend their money if they they should be able to do that. However, well, they could think about it though. The parents could spend it on luxurious vacations and not give their kids tutors, or you know. Athletic coaching or whatever, I'm a parent. I send my body out my kids force for one. I I enjoy it. I my kid play. That's what I liked about sports as it keeps them out of trouble. Let's be honest. You know, if they're playing the tournament every weekend, you know with not doing that. I'm hanging out with the dopey friends drinking beer smoking pot. And and, you know, hooking up don't think I think it major thing as Linda seems to want to just not pay attention to this part. It's Ron, but they did. No, no. Well, she wasn't fraud. No, no, no. No. No, no, no, no, I'll go. Now. She'll take said it wasn't fraud. And I'm not saying that we should turn a blind eye understand. We've got an open both eyes and both ears and look at all of the inequities and all the discrepancies and all the fraud. This is just a hot topic because some celebrities got involved, but at the end of the day. Inequities is the difference between hiring a tutor to coach your kids to take the SAT's and get what about the buildings. Well, I'm listening stations. Granted. Right. We're not talking about any of that. What we are. But nobody else is. So until he decide to to really talk about the giant elephant in the middle of the room, which is that colleges unfair. It's become a liberal bastion. It's run by liberals most of the people donating to our liberals and LA teaches liberal ideology until we take our school's back in our education back. This conversation is moot. Okay. Let me tell you about black rifle coffee. Thank you for the call. We'll get to your calls. Next morning coffee is my institution can't start my day without it. And that's why when it comes to starting my day every day and kind of numerous times throughout the day. Well, I reach for the single best American coffee on the market black rifle coffee dot com slash, Sean. That's the website. And listen..

Trump Text Muller Clinton fraud Sean California Peter Struck president Lisa David Franklin Texas New York Hillary attorney Houston Gavin Newsom Linda Wells Fargo
"richard alan davis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

11:44 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Amounts of rain on the United States of America as long as we've been keeping records to claim the lives of too many. Of our fellow Americans flooded people literally out of their homes and businesses storms like Harvey. Are only going to become more frequent and more severe and more devastating. And ultimately, they'll compromise. The ability to live in a city like Houston, Texas. This is your twenty twenty cast of characters that want to be the next president. Unbelievable. And that's what we got. This is what we're dealing with now as a country a radical extreme left-wing Democratic Socialist Party 'cause he'll Cortez accusing the the Wells Fargo CEO of stuff financing of caging of children. I'm like, what is this woman? Wait is this all comes from who makes this stuff up? I mean, it's mind numbing. We're this. Come don't fear, by the way, being automated out of work automation. Will mean more time for creating art of seventy percent tax rate for individuals marginal tax rate top generate ninety percent top marginal tax rate for corporations. Well, even these socialist utopia she talks about they right now have a lower corporate tax rate than we do why. Because it's smart. It's the only way you're going to get businesses to invest money in your country or they're going to leave just like businesses are leaving New York. New Jersey, California. You're about the killers in California. Of course, Gavin Newsom thinks it's terrible to have the death penalty in Neo signed an executive order. Halting the death penalty in the state means that means a reprieve for seven hundred thirty seven death row inmates. And you know, there's a Washington Examiner went over ten of them ten who or now going to benefit from Gavin Newsom compassion Lonnie David Franklin junior known as the grim sleeper. Convicted in two thousand sixteen killing nine women one teenage girl between eighty five and two thousand seven they believe he's the one behind at least twenty five separate murders became known as the grim sleeper. Because of the span of time between one thousand nine hundred eighty two thousand and two where it appeared. He wasn't involved in any more murders. And according to the LA times Franklin sought out women who are prostitutes or suffered from drug addiction. He'd murdered them leave their naked bodies and garbage cans or abandoned him on the road. Lorrimore who wasn't named in the criminal complaint against Franklin claims. She survived a gunshot from Franklin after he picked her up at a bus stop. And that's one of the guys and you have Rodney Alcala known as the dating game killer because of his nineteen seventy eight appearance in the dating game convicted of killing seven women and girls five of the victims in California to New York confessed to killing more women and investigators believe he could have been responsible for more than one hundred murders. According to the Fresno bee. Well, then you have Carey Steiner convicted of killing four women within a span of five months near Yosemite national park and ninety nine handyman cedar lodge, strangled guests sexually assaulted them. Killed a fifteen year old daughter, and it goes on for their then we have one. Well, known Scott Peterson member reportedly reported his wife was missing Christmas Eve two thousand and two police examined ten thousand tips, you know, they looked up sex offenders and potential suspects. But Peterson was ultimately arrested after the California attorney general announced that lacy and Connor's bodies were found days earlier in the San Francisco Bay shore area, and it goes Richard Alan Davis invested the killing of Polly costs. I knew this poor guy. The father Polly Kloss has lived his whole life and pain. I mean, all these families live in pain after all of this anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. If you wanna be a part of the program, we have we're gonna have a lot on the deep state tonight, especially as it relates to Collins, releasing this testimony from Peter Struck earlier today like we were talking about you know, when gowdy was grilling struck on the text that was rooting against Trump. You know, he points out that Trump would not even become the nominee. And at that time truck struck was one heading. Investigation into then candidate Clinton that goes into Lisa pages. Testimony released yesterday in other words that the DOJ had to fix and controlled everything from the get-go, and they had no intention of ever do want real investigation into Hillary and then gowdy grilling struck on the Clinton certification struck admits the Clinton mishandled classified information. Well, that means that she committed a felony and he's admitting himself. But of course, that was the favored candidate in struck tries to explain away is insurance policy. You know by saying there's a tremendous amount read into this that has absolutely inaccurate. When I was making is it is unlikely that you will die before you forty but you still act in a way that addresses that possibility that's like an analogy to somebody saying, hey, look every pollster and talking head thinks that Clinton is going to be elected and my responding. Well, that might be true. But nevertheless, we need to possibly an responsibly investigate this in the unlikely event based on the polls in the pundits. And the experts that candidate Trump's elected and then Jackson steps and let me quickly. Why did you advocate for continuing the? Investigation. Excuse me. Let me move to another question. Did you mean that you had an insurance policy to prevent Trump from being president? And it just goes on and on from there. All of this hit before her stint, by the way with fusion GPS. Now, your we found out today works for the Obama CIA that was in the epoch times. You know, you look at it a struck admitting Muller never asked him about whether or not he was biased against Trump. According to the text messages that even Muller found and that struck in page text about protecting the country admitting Muller never asked about what he meant by that. Text Muller didn't want to know the answer apparently and struck given the explanation of the text to page mentioning that his insurance policy again and admitting Muller didn't ask him about the meaning behind that. Text and struck was questioned about the text on impeachment. He admits smaller never asked him about that text meadows. Instruc- has struck clarifying admit that the investigation showed evidence that it was Russia meddling. Not the Trump campaign that also came out in testimony and struck admitting Muller didn't inquire if the text many he was rooting against Trump Mullah didn't care about what struck and page were doing didn't care. About their obvious bias didn't care that they rigged the investigation into Hillary, stroke clarified that baller never asked him any type of question as to whether or not his political of fish of affiliation. Or distaste of Trump impact that his decision making why because everybody else he hired hated Trump also admits that if he had become if have become public the FBI is investigating Russian interference on the Trump campaign. It could have been used against him. And wieners laptop is first mentioned in connection with the Clinton Email investigation. And struck explains why the Clinton Email investigation was made public as opposed to the special counsel investigation. And some believable. We do have some good news. I guess this really is coming to an end the pit bull Andrew Weisman. As I said earlier is leaving Jordan meadows, urging Elijah Cummings now to issue a criminal referral from Michael coned. And you know, but all of this now goes into the office of the attorney general the attorney general, of course, being Loretta Lynch. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program. All right. Let's go to Lisa is in West Virginia. Lisa. Hi. How are you? Glad you called. Hello. Hi. How are you? I'm great. How are you? Thanks for taking my call. Thank you for calling. Basically, my comment about this is I feel like the fraud behind. College. But I think the colleges should just openly say if you want your kid in this is the price if you want to pay five hundred thousand dollars by all means do it. It would solve a lot of the funding problems. Could go to the top thirty forty fifty colleges in the country and probably no more. But then it's only going to be for people that have that kind of money that can do that. Now. Listen, I'm not going to be naive here in the sense that you know, I always tell everybody that works for me. I'll play this little game with Linda, what are we say? Linda to everybody that works for me. Save your money money equals them, right? Hell everybody that on the air. Money equals freedom. Yeah. Should it on? So the point is that if you save your gives you more options say as a parent, if you have more money that means you can put your kids and pay money for coaches and traveling in sports or ballet or theater, or whatever. Whatever your kids, you know, area of interest is, and you know, like, I never would've thought for example, that crew would be such a huge sport in college. I didn't I if you have asked me when I was a kid. What crew is I had no idea we picked up our hockey sticks or basketball or baseball. We went to play. And that was it, and but everything has become more specialized now, if you're a parent that has money you can afford coaching. You're gonna Ford travel you can afford these other things that's just based on the fact that you have the money to do it. You know, it very few of these athletes can get there just on their own without some help financially from their parents is it an advantage. Of course. It's an advantage or kids that are able to the parents able to help them with school by hiring tutors to better understand things. Is that an advantage that other kids don't have? Absolutely. It's based on what money they have is it unfair. I don't think. So because how did the parents get the money if they're not drug dealers, and they work hard, and they produced goods and services that people want need and desire, and they built up extra money, and they want to invest it in their children. That is you know, we live in a land where you know, life liberty and pursuit of happiness. And if you pursue happiness by giving these extra things to your kids. What's wrong with that? I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I told my children you can't tell people how to spend their money doesn't mean they're doing it. Well, but you can't tell them how to spend their money if they earn. They should be able to do that. However. Well, they could think about it though. The parents could spend it on luxurious vacations and not give their kids tutors, or, you know, athletic housing or whatever. Parents I send my money on my kids for for one. I I enjoy it. I that. That's what I like about sports is a keeps them out of trouble. Let's be honest. You know, if they're playing tournament every weekend, you know, what they're not doing. They're not hanging out with a dopey friends drinking beer smoking pot. And and you know, hooking up. I don't think I think it is a major thing as Linda seems to want to just not pay attention to this is wrong. But they did with it. Well, she wasn't fraud. Lisa. No. No. No. No. No. No. No, no, not. Secondly, here we go. Now, she'll tell you said it wasn't fraud. And I'm not saying that we should turn a blind eye understand. We've got to open both eyes and both ears and look at all of the inequities and all the discrepancies and all the fraud. This is just a hot topic because some celebrities got involved, but at the end. There's a lot of other inequities is a difference between hiring a tutor to coach your kids to take the SAT's and get it. But about the buildings. Well, listen. What about what about granted? Right. We're not talking about any of that what we are. But nobody else is. So until we decide to really talk about the giant elephant in the middle of the room, which is that college is unfair. It's become a liberal bastion. It's run by liberals most of the people donating to our liberals and LA teaches liberal ideology until we take our school's back in our education back. This conversation is moot. Okay. Let me tell you about black rifle coffee. Thank you Lisa for the call on. We'll get to your calls. Next morning coffee is my institution can't start my day without it. And it's why when it comes to starting my day every day and kind of numerous times throughout the day. Well, I reach for the single best American coffee on the market black rifle coffee dot com slash, Sean. That's the website. And listen..

Trump Clinton Text Muller Lisa fraud Sean California Peter Struck Lonnie David Franklin Linda president attorney Hillary Gavin Newsom Houston United States Trump Mullah LA times
"richard alan davis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

13:07 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Homes and businesses storms like Harvey? Are only going to become more frequent and more severe and more devastating and ultimately compromise. The ability to live in a city like Houston, Texas. This is your twenty twenty cast of characters that want to be the next president. Unbelievable. And that's what we got. This is what we're dealing with. Now is a country a radical extreme left-wing Democratic Socialist Party Cossio Cortez accusing the the Wells Fargo CEO of the financing of caging of children. I'm like, what is this woman? Wait is this all comes from who makes this stuff up? I mean, it is it's mind numbing. We're this. Come don't fear, by the way, being automated out of work automation. Will mean more time for creating art seventy percent tax rate for individuals marginal tax rate top generate ninety percent top marginal tax rate for corporations. Well, even these socialist utopia she talks about they write narrow have a lower corporate tax rate than we do why. Because it's smart. It's the only way you're going to get businesses to invest money in your country or the going to leave is like businesses are leaving. New York, New jersey in California. You're about the killers in California. You know course, Gavin Newsom thinks it's terrible to have the death penalty in Neo signed an executive order. Halting the death penalty in the state means that means a reprieve for seven hundred and thirty seven death row inmates. And, you know, the Washington Examiner went over ten of them ten who are now going to benefit from Gavin Newsom, compassion Lonnie. David Franklin junior known as the grim sleeper. Convicted in two thousand sixteen killing nine women one teenage girl between eighty five and two thousand seven they believe he's the one behind at least twenty five separate murders became known as the grim sleeper. Because of the span of time between one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two thousand and two where it appeared. He wasn't involved in any more murders. And according to the LA times Franklin sought out women who are prostitutes or suffered from. Drug addiction. He'd murdered them leave. Their naked bodies in garbage cans or abandon them on a road. Laura. Moore who wasn't named in the criminal complaint against Franklin claims. She survived a gunshot from Franklin after he picked her up at a bus stop. And that's one of the guys and you have Rodney Alcala known as the dating game killer. Because of his nineteen seventy eight appearance in the dating game convicted of killing seven women and girls five of the victims in California to New York confessed to killing more women and investigators believe he could have been responsible for more than one hundred murders. According to the Fresno bee. Wow. And you have Carey Steiner convicted of killing four women within a span of five months near Yosemite national park in ninety nine handyman, cedar lodge, strangled guests sexually assaulted them. Killed their fifteen year old daughter, and it goes on there. Then we have you know, one well-known Scott Peterson member reportedly reported his wife was missing Christmas Eve two thousand and two lease examined ten thousand tips, you know, they looked up sex offenders and potential suspects. But Peterson was ultimately arrested after the California attorney general announced that lacy and Connor's bodies were found days earlier in the San Francisco. Bay shore area and goes or Richard Alan Davis confessed to the killing of Polly costs. I knew this poor guy. The father of Polly Kloss has lived his whole life in pain. I mean, all these families live in pain after all of this anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. If you wanna be a part of the program, we have we're gonna have a lot on the deep state tonight, especially as it relates to Collins, releasing this testimony from Peter Struck earlier today like we were talking about you know, when gowdy was grilling struck on the text that was rooting against Trump. You know points out that Trump would not even become the nominee and that at that time truck struck was the one heading the investigation into then candidate Clinton. Well, that goes into Lisa pages. Testimony released yesterday. In other words, that the DOJ had the fix in and controlled everything from the get-go, and they had no intention of ever doing a real investigation into Hillary and then gowdy grilling str-. Stuck on the Clinton's server case instruc- struck admits the Clinton mishandled classified information. Well, that means that she committed a felony and he's admitting himself. But of course, that was the favored candidate struck tries to explain away is insurance policy. You know by saying there's a tremendous amount read into this that has absolutely inaccurate boy. And I was making is it is unlikely that you will die before you forty, but you still act in a way that addresses that possibility that's like an analogy to somebody saying, hey, look every pollster and talking head thinks that Clinton is going to be elected and my responding. Well, that might be true. But nevertheless, we need to possibly and responsibly investigate this in the unlikely event based on the polls in the pundits. And the experts that candidate Trump's elected and jackson-lee steps and let me quickly. Why did you advocate for continuing the investigation excuse me? Let me move to another question. Did you mean that you had an insurance policy to prevent Trump from being? The president. And it just goes on and on from there. All of this hit before her stint, by the way with fusion GPS. Nell your we found out today works for the Obama CIA that was in the epoch times. You know, you look at it a struck admitting Muller never asked him about whether or not he was biased against Trump. According to the text messages that even Muller found, and and that struck in page text about protecting the country admitting that Muller never asked about what he meant by that. Text Muller didn't wanna know the answer apparently and struck given the explanation of the text the page mentioning that is insurance policy again and admitting Muller didn't ask him about the meaning behind that. Text and struck was questioned about the text on impeachment. He admits Muller never asked him about that text meadows. Instruc- has struck clarify in admit that the investigation showed evidence that it was Russia doing the meddling. Not the Trump campaign that also came out in testimony and struck admitting Muller didn't inquire if the text many he was rooting against Trump. Mullet didn't care about what struck and page were doing didn't care about their obvious bias didn't care that they rigged the. Investigation into Hillary stroke, clarify that Muller. Never asked him any type of question as to whether or not his political of fish of affiliation or distaste Trump impact that his decision making why because everybody else he hired hated Trump also admits that if he had become become public. The FBI was investigating Russian interference on the Trump campaign. It could have been used against him. And wieners laptop is first mentioned in connection with the Clinton Email investigation. And struck explains why the Clinton Email investigation was made public as opposed to the special counsel investigation in some believable. Well, we do have some good news. I guess this really is coming to an end the pit bull Andrew Weisman. As I said earlier is leaving Jordan meadows, urging Elijah Cummings now to issue a criminal referral from Michael cone, and you know, but all of this now goes into the office of the attorney general the attorney general, of course, being Loretta Lynch. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. Let's go to Lisa is in West Virginia. Lisa. Hi. How are you? Glad you called. Hello. Hi. How are you? I'm great. How are you? Thanks for taking my call. Thank you for calling. Basically, my comment one about this as I feel like the fraud behind the college problem is just ridic ridiculous. But I think that colleges should just openly say if you want your kid in this is the price if you want to pay us five hundred thousand dollars by all means do it. It would solve a lot of the funding problems that call. Would go to the top thirty forty fifty colleges in the country, and and probably no more. But then it's that is only going to be for people that have that kind of money that can do that. Now. Listen, I'm not going to be naive here in the sense that you know, I always tell everybody that works for me. I'll play this little game with Linda, what are we saying to everybody that works for me. Save your money money equals, eat them. Right. Tell everybody that and set it on the air money equals freedom. Yeah. Should it on here? So the point is that if you save your you gives you more options say as a parent, if you have more money that means you can put your kids and pay money for coaches, and traveling in sports or battle, a or theater, or whatever whatever you kids are, you know, area of interest is, and you know, like, I never would have thought, for example, that crew would be such a huge sport in college. I didn't I if you would've asked me when I was a kid. What crew is I had no idea we picked up our hockey sticks or basketball baseball. We want to play that was it. And but everything has become more specialized now, if you're a parent that has money you can afford coaching. You're gonna Ford travel you can afford these other things that's just based on the fact that you have the money to do it. You know, it and very few of these athletes can get there just on their own without some help financially from their parents is it an advantage. Of course, it's an advantage or kids that are able to their parents able to help them with school by hiring tutors to that. They better understand things is that an advantage that other kids don't have. Absolutely. It's based on what money they have is it unfair. I don't think. So because how did the parents get the money if they're not drug dealers, and they work hard, and they produce goods and services that people want need and desire, and they built up extra money, and they want to invest it in their children. That is you know, we live. In a land where life liberty and pursuit of happiness. And if you pursue happiness by giving these extra things to your kids. What's wrong with that? I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I as I told my children, you can't tell people how to spend their money doesn't mean they're doing it. Well, but you can't tell them how to spend their money if they they should be able to do that. However. Well, they think about it though. The parents could spend it on luxurious vacations and not give their kids tutors, or, you know, athletic coaching, or whatever parents I send my money on my kids force for one. I I enjoy it. I enjoy. What I liked about sports. Is it keeps them out of trouble? Let's be honest. You know, if they're playing at the tournament every weekend, you know, what they're not doing. Then I'm hanging out with a dopey friends drinking beer smoking pot. And and you know, hooking up. I don't think I think it a major thing as Linda seems to want to just not pay attention to this part, it's fraud. But they did know. Well, she wasn't fraud. Lisa. No. No. No. No, none. Now how? Go. Now, she'll tell you now I never said it wasn't fraud. And I'm not saying that we should turn a blind eye understand. We've got an open both eyes and both ears and look at all of the inequities and all the discrepancies and all the fraud. This is just a hot topic because some celebrities got involved, but at the end of the day a lot of other. Inequities is a difference between hiring a tutor to coach your kids to take the SAT's and get them. What about the buildings? Well, I'm not listening. What about what about granted? Right. We're not talking about any of that what we are. But nobody else is. So until we decide to to really talk about the giant elephant in the middle of the room, which is that colleges unfair. It's become a liberal bastion. It's run by liberals most of the people donating to our liberals and LA teaches liberal ideology until we take our school's back in our education back. This conversation is moot. Curry let me tell you about black rifle coffee. Thank you. Lisa for the call. We'll get to your calls. Next morning coffee is my institution can't start my day without it. And it's why when it comes to starting my day every day and kind of numerous times throughout the day. Well, I reach for the single best American coffee on the market black rifle coffee dot com slash, Sean. That's the website. And listen..

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

13:38 min | 2 years ago

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"By extension of if you don't mind, I'll take the spirit of the question, we face catastrophe and crisis. On this planet, even if we were to stop emitting carbon today right now at this moment, we know that the storms that we saw in Texas Harvey, which don't the landfall record amounts of rain on the United States of America as long as we've been keeping records to claim the lives of too many of our fellow Americans. What did people literally out of their homes and businesses storms like Harvey? Are only going to become more frequent and more severe and more devastating. And ultimately, they'll compromise. The ability to live in a city like Houston, Texas. This is your twenty twenty cast of characters that want to be the next president. Unbelievable. And that's what we got. This is what we're dealing with now as a country, a radical extreme left-wing Democratic Socialist Party Cossio Cortez accusing the the Wells Fargo CEO of the financing of caging of children. I'm like, what is this woman? Wait is this all come from who makes this stuff up? I mean, it is it's mind numbing. We're this. Come don't fear, by the way, being automated out of work automation. Will mean more time for creating art of seventy percent tax rate for individuals marginal tax rate top generate ninety percent top marginal tax rate for corporations. Well, even these socialist utopia she talks about they right narrow have a lower corporate tax rate than we do why. Because it's smart. It's the only way you're going to get businesses to invest money in your country or they're going to leave like businesses are leaving New York and New Jersey in cal-. You're about the killers in California. Of course, Gavin Newsom thinks it's terrible tab the death penalty in new signed an executive order. Halting the death penalty in the state means that means a reprieve for seven hundred and thirty seven death row inmates. And you know, there's a Washington Examiner. Went over ten of them ten or now going to benefit from Gavin Newsom compassion Lonnie David Franklin junior known as the grim sleeper. Convicted in two thousand sixteen killing nine women one teenage girl between eighty five and two thousand and seven they believe he's the one behind at least twenty five separate murders became known as the grim sleeper. Because of the span of time between one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two thousand and two where it appeared. He wasn't involved in any more murders. And according to the LA times Franklin sought out women who were prostitutes or. Suffered from drug addiction. He'd murdered them leave their naked bodies and garbage cans or abandoned him on a road. Laura. Moore who wasn't named in the criminal complaint against Franklin claim she survived a gunshot from Franklin after he picked her up at a bus stop. Yeah. That's one of the guys and you have Rodney Alcala known as the dating game killer because of his one thousand nine hundred seventy eight appearance in the dating game convicted of killing seven women and girls five of the victims in California to New York confessed to killing more women and investigators believe he could have been responsible for more than one hundred murders. According to the Fresno bee. Wow. Then you have Kerry Steiner convicted of killing four women within a span of five months near Yosemite national park in ninety nine handyman, cedar lodge, strangled guests sexually assaulted them. Killed their fifteen year old daughter, and it goes on for their then we have a one well-known Scott Peterson member reportedly reported his wife was missing Christmas Eve two thousand and two police examined ten thousand tips, you know, they looked up sex offenders and potential suspects of Peterson was ultimately arrested after the attorney general announced that lacy and Connor's bodies were found days earlier in the San Francisco Bay shore area, and it goes or Richard Alan Davis confessed to the killing of Polly costs. I knew this poor guy. The father of Polly Kloss has lived his whole life and pain. I mean, all these families live in pain after all of this. Anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean our toll-free telephone number. If you wanna be a part of the program, we have we're gonna have a lot on the deep state tonight, especially as it relates to Collins, releasing this testimony from Peter Struck earlier today like we were talking about you know, when gowdy was grilling struck on the text that was rooting against Trump. You know, he points out that Trump would not even become the nominee and that at that time truck struck was the one heading the investigation into then candidate Clinton. Well, that goes into Lisa pages. Testimony released yesterday. In other words, that the DOJ had the fix in and controlled everything from the get-go, and they had no intention of ever doing a real investigation into Hillary, and then gouty grilling struck on the Clinton's server case and struck admits the Clinton mishandle classified information. Well, that means that she committed a felony and he's admitting himself. But of course, that was the favored candidate struck tries to explain away is insurance policy. You know by saying there's a tremendous amount read into this that has absolutely inaccurate. Boy. I was making is it is unlikely that you will die before you forty but you still act in a way that addresses that possibility that's like an analogy to somebody saying, hey, look every pollster and talking head thinks Clinton is going to be elected and my responding. Well, that might be true. But nevertheless, we need to possibly and responsibly investigate this in the unlikely event based on the polls and the pundits. And the experts that candidate Trump's elected and jackson-lee steps and let me quickly. Why did you advocate for continuing the investigation excuse me? Let me move to another question. Did you mean that you had an insurance policy to prevent Trump from being president? And it just goes on and on from there. All of this hit before her stint, by the way with fusion GPS. No, your we found out today works for the Obama CIA that was in the epoch times. You know, you look at it a struck admitting Muller never asked him about whether or not he was biased against Trump. According to the text messages that even Muller found, and and that struck in page text about protecting the country admitting the Muller never asked about what he meant by that. Text Muller didn't wanna know the answer apparently and struck giving the explanation of the text the page mentioning that is insurance policy again and admitting Muller didn't ask him about the meaning behind that. Text and struck was questioned about the text on impeachment. He admits Muller never asked him about that text meadows. Struck has struck clarify in admit that the investigation showed evidence that it was Russia's meddling. Not the Trump campaign that also came out in testimony and struck admitting Muller didn't inquire if the techs many he was rooting against Trump mother didn't care about what struck in page. We're doing didn't care about their obvious bias didn't care that they rigged the. Investigation into Hillary stroke clarified that Muller never asked him any type of question as to whether or not his political of fish of of affiliation. Or distaste of Trump impact that his decision making why because everybody else he hired hated Trump. Also, he admits that if he had become if it become public the FBI was investigating Russian interference on the Trump campaign. It could have been used against him. And wieners laptop is first mentioned in connection with the Clinton Email investigation. And struck explains why the Clinton Email investigation was made public as opposed to the special counsel investigation in some believable. Well, we do have some good news. I guess this really is coming to an end the pit bull Andrew Weisman. As I said earlier is leaving Jordan and meadows, urging Elijah Cummings now to issue a criminal referral from Michael cone. And but all of this now goes into the office of the attorney general the attorney general, of course, being Loretta Lynch. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program. All right. Let's go to Lisa is in West Virginia. Lisa. Hi. How are you? Glad you called. Hello. Hi. How are you? I'm great. How are you? Thanks for taking my call. Thank you for calling. Basically, my comment was about this is I feel like the fraud behind the the college problem is just ridiculous. But I think that colleges should just openly say if you want your kid in this. This is the price. If you want to pay us five hundred thousand dollars by all means do it. It would solve a lot of the funding problems. That would go to the top thirty forty fifty colleges in the country, and and probably no more. But then it's that is only going to be for people that have that kind of money that can do that. Now. Listen, I'm not going to be naive here in the sense that you know, I always tell everybody that works for me. I'll play this little game. Linda, what are we say? Linda to everybody that works for me. Save your money money equals, eat them. Right. Hell everybody that money equals freedom. Yeah. Aena? So the point is that if you save your you gives you more options say as a parent, if you have more money that means you can put your kids and pay money for coaches, and traveling in sports or battle, a or theater, or whatever whatever you kids are, you know, area of interest is, and you know, like, I never would have thought for example. That crew would be such a huge sport in college. I did I if you would've asked me when I was a kid what crew is I had no idea we picked up our hockey sticks or basketball baseball we want to play. And that was it. And but everything has become more specialized now, if you're a parent that has money you can afford coaching you can afford travel. You can afford these other things that's just based on the fact that you have the money to do it. You know, it very few of these athletes can get there just on their own without some help financially from their parents is it an advantage. Of course, it's an advantage or kids that are able to their parents able to help them with school by hiring tutors to that. They better understand things is that an advantage that other kids don't have. Absolutely. It's based on what money they have is it unfair. I don't think. So because how did the parents get the money if they're not drug dealers, and they work hard, and they produce goods and services that people want need and desire. And they built up extra money, and they want to invest it in their children. That is you know, we live in a land where life liberty and pursuit of happiness. And if you pursue happiness by giving these extra things to your kids. What's wrong with that? I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I as I told my children, you can't help people out of spend their money doesn't mean they're doing it. Well, but you can't tell them how to spend their money if they earn. They should be able to do that. However. Well, they could think about it though. The parents could spend it on luxurious vacations and not give their kids tutors, or, you know, athletic coaching or whatever. I am a parent that I send my money on my kids for for one. I I enjoy it. I enjoy my kids play that. I like about sports as a keeps them out of trouble. Let's be honest. You know, if they're playing a tournament every weekend, you know, what they're not doing. They're not hanging out with a dopey friends drinking beer smoking pot. And and you know, hooking up. I don't think I think it a major thing as Linda seems to want to just not pay attention to this part, it's fraud. But they did. No, no. Well, she. No, no, no. No. No. No, no. Now, we go. Go. Now, she'll take now I never said it wasn't fraud. And I'm not saying that we should turn a blind eye understand. We got to open both eyes and both ears and look at all of the inequities and all the discrepancies and all the fraud. This is just a hot topic because some celebrities got involved, but at the end of the day, it has a lot of other inequities is the difference between hiring a tutor to coach your kids to take the SAT's. What about the buildings? I'm not listen. What about what about granted? Right. We're not talking about any of that where we are. But nobody else's. So until we decide to to really talk about the giant elephant in the middle of the room, which is that colleges unfair. It's become a liberal bastion. It's run by liberals most the people donating to our liberals and LA teaches liberal ideology until we take our school's back in our education back. This conversation is moot. Curry let me tell you about black rifle coffee. Thank you. Lisa for the call. We'll get to your calls. Next morning coffee is my institution can't start my day without it. And that's why when it comes to starting my day every day in kind of numerous times throughout the day while I reach for the single best American coffee on the market, black rifle coffee dot com slash, Sean. That's the website. And listen. This is.

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Carbon today right now at this moment, we know the storms that we saw in Texas Harvey, which don't the landfall record amounts of rain on the United States of America as long as we've been keeping records to claim the lives of too many of our fellow Americans. What did people literally out of their homes and businesses storms like Harvey? Are only going to become more frequent and more severe and more devastating. And ultimately, they'll compromise. The ability to live in a city like Houston, Texas. This is your twenty twenty cast of characters that want to be the next president. Unbelievable. And that's what we got. This is what we're dealing with. Now is a country a radical extreme left-wing Democratic Socialist Party house Yohe Cortez accusing the the Wells Fargo CEO of the financing of caging of children. I'm like, what is this woman talk? Wait is this all come from who makes this stuff up? I mean, it is it's mind numbing. We're this. Come don't fear, by the way, being automated out of work automation. Will mean more time for creating art of seventy percent tax rate for individuals marginal tax rate top rate ninety percent top marginal tax rate for corporations. Well, even these socialist utopia she talks about they write narrow have a lower corporate tax rate than we do why. Because it's smart. It's the only way you're going to get businesses to invest money in your country or they're going to leave like businesses are leaving new. New York, New jersey in California. You're about the killers in California. Of course, Gavin Newsom thinks it's terrible tab the death penalty in new signed an executive order. Halting the death penalty in the state means that means a reprieve for seven hundred and thirty seven death row inmates. And you know, there's a Washington Examiner. Went over ten of them ten who are now going to benefit from Gavin Newsom, compassion Lonnie. David Franklin junior known as the grim sleeper. Convicted in two thousand sixteen killing nine women one teenage girl between eighty five and two thousand and seven they believe he's the one behind at least twenty five separate murders became known as the grim sleeper. Because of the span of time between one thousand nine hundred eighty eight two thousand and two where it appeared. He wasn't involved in any more murders. And according to the LA times Franklin sought out women who are prostitutes or suffered from. Drug addiction. He'd murdered them leave. Their naked bodies in garbage cans or abandoned him on a road. Laurel Moore who wasn't named in the criminal complaint against Franklin claims. She survived a gunshot from Franklin after we picked her up at a bus stop. And that's one of the guys and you have Rodney Alcala known as the dating game killer. Because of his nineteen seventy eight appearance in the dating game convicted of killing seven women and girls five of the victims in California to in New York confessed to killing more women and investigators believe he could have been responsible for more than one hundred murders. According to the Fresno big. Wow. Wow. And you have Carey Steiner convicted of killing four women within a span of five months near Yosemite national park and ninety nine handyman's cedar lodge, strangled guests sexually assaulted them. Killed their fifteen year old daughter, and it goes on for their then we have you one well-known Scott Peterson member reportedly reported his wife was missing Christmas Eve two thousand and two police examined ten thousand tips, you know, they looked up sex offenders and potential suspects. But Peterson was also arrested after the California attorney general announced that lacy and Connor's bodies were found days earlier in the San Francisco Bay shore area, and it goes or Richard Alan Davis. Confessed to the killing of Polly costs. I knew this poor guy. The father of Polly Kloss has lived his whole life and pain. I mean, all these families live in pain after all of this anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean is our toll free telephone number. If you wanna be a part of the program, we have we're gonna have a lot on the deep state tonight, especially as it relates to Collins, releasing this testimony from Peter Struck earlier today like we were talking about you know, when gowdy was grilling struck on the text that was rooting against Trump. You know, he points out that Trump would not even become the nominee and that at that time truck struck was one heading the investigation into then candidate Clinton. Well, that goes into Lisa pages. Testimony released yesterday. In other words, that the DOJ had the fix in and controlled everything from the get-go, and they had no intention of ever doing a real investigation into Hillary and then gowdy grilling struck on the Clinton server case instruc- admits the Clinton mishandled classified information. Well, that means that she committed a felony and he's admitting intercept himself. But of course, that was the favored candidate struck tries to explain away is insurance policy. You know by saying, well, there's a tremendous amount read into this that has absolutely inaccurate. Boy. Now, I was making is it is unlikely that you will die before you forty but you still act in a way that addresses that possibility that's like an analogy to somebody saying, hey, look every pollster and talking head thinks that is going to be elected and my responding. Well, that might be true. But nevertheless, we need to possibly an responsibly investigate this in the unlikely event based on the polls in the pundits. And the experts that candidate Trump's elected and then Jackson steps and let me quickly. Why did you advocate for continuing the investigation excuse me? Let me move to another question. Did you mean that you had an insurance policy to prevent Trump from being president? And it just goes on and on from there. All of this hit before her stint, by the way with fusion GPS. No, your we found out today works for the Obama CIA that was in the epoch times. You know, you look at it a struck admitting Muller never asked him about whether or not he was biased against Trump. According to the text messages that even Muller found, and and that struck in page text about protecting the country admitting that Muller never asked about what he meant by that. Text Muller didn't want to know the answer apparently and struck given the explanation of the text to page mentioning that is insurance policy again and admitting Muller didn't ask him about the meaning behind that. Text and struck was questioned about the text on impeachment. He admits Muller never asked him about that text meadows. Instruc- has struck clarify in admit that the investigation showed evidence that it was Russia doing the meddling. Not the Trump campaign that also came out in testimony and struck admitting Muller didn't inquire if the techs many he was rooting against Trump Mullah didn't care about what struck and page were doing didn't care about their obvious bias didn't care that they rigged the. Into Hillary stroke clarified that Muller never asked him any type of question as to whether or not his political of fish of of affiliation or distaste Trump impact that his decision making why because everybody else he hired hated Trump also admits that if he had become if it become public the FBI is investigating Russian interference on the Trump campaign. It could have been used against him. And wieners laptop is first mentioned in connection with the Clinton Email investigation. And struck explains why the Clinton Email investigation was made public as opposed to the special counsel investigation in some believable. Well, we do have some good news. I guess this really is coming to an end the pit bull Andrew Weisman. As I said earlier is leaving Jordan meadows are urging Elijah Cummings now to issue a criminal referral from Michael cone, and you know, but all of this now goes into the office of the attorney general the attorney general, of course, being Loretta Lynch. All right. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you wanna be a part of the program. All right. Let's go to Lisa is in West Virginia. Lisa. Hi. How are you? Glad you called. Hello. Hi. How are you? I'm great. How are you? Thanks for taking my call. Thank you for calling. Basically, my comment was about this is I feel like the fraud behind the the college problem is just ridic on now. But I think the colleges should just openly say if you want your kid in this is the price if you want to pay us five hundred thousand dollars by all means do it. It would solve a lot of the funding problems that college. Go to the top thirty forty fifty colleges in the country and probably no more. But then it's is only going to be for people that have that kind of money that can do that. Now. Listen, I'm not going to be naive here in the sense that you know, I always tell everybody that works for me. I'll play this little game. Linda, what are we saying to everybody that works for me? Save your money money equals, eat them. Right. Tell everybody that on the air. Money equals freedom. Yeah. Yeah. So the point is that if you save your gives you more options say as a parent, if you have more money that means you can put your kids and pay money for coaches and travelling in sports or battle AA or theater, or whatever whatever you kids, you know, area of interest is, and you know, like, I never would have thought, for example, that crew would be such a huge sport in college. I didn't I if you would've asked me when I was a kid. What crew is I had no idea we picked up our hockey sticks or basketball or baseball. We went to play that was it, and but everything has become more specialized now, if you're a parent that has money you can afford coaching. You're gonna Ford travel you can afford these other things that's just based on the fact that you have the money to do it. You know, it very few of these athletes can get there just on their own without some help financially from their parents is it an advantage. Of course, it's an advantage or kids. That are able to their parents able to help them with school by hiring tutors that they better understand things is that an advantage that other kids don't have. Absolutely. It's based on what money they have is it unfair. I don't think. So because how did the parents get the money if they're not drug dealers, and they work hard, and they produce goods and services that people want need and desire, and they built up extra money, and they want to invest it in their children. That is you know, we live in a land where you know, life liberty and pursuit of happiness. And if you pursue happiness by giving these extra things to your kids. What's wrong with that? I don't think there's anything wrong with that. I told my children you can't tell people how to spend their money doesn't mean they're doing it. Well, but you can't tell them how to spend their money if they earn did they should be able to do that. However. Well, they think about it though. The parents could spend it on luxuriance vacations and not give their kids tutors, or, you know, athletic coaching when I'm a parent that I send my money on my kids for for one. I I enjoy it. I enjoy my kid play that. What I liked about sports keeps them out of trouble. Let's be honest. You know, if they're playing the tournament every weekend, you know, what did not doing? They're not hanging out with the dopey friends drinking beer smoking pot. And and you know, hooking up. I don't think I think it is a major thing as Linda seems to want to just not pay attention to this. It's fraud. But they did with it. Well, she's asleep. No, no, no. No. No. No. No, no. I'm not. Secondly, hurry, go. Now, she'll tell you said it wasn't fraud. And I'm not saying that we should turn a blind eye understand. We've got an open both eyes and both ears and look at all of the inequities and all the discrepancies and all the fraud. This is just a hot topic because some celebrities got involved, but at the end. Has a lot of other equities is a difference between hiring a tutor to coach your kids to take the SAT's and get it. What about the buildings? Well, listening. What about what about granted? Right. We're not talking about any of that what we are. But nobody else's. So until we decide to to really talk about the giant elephant in the middle of the room, which is that college is unfair. It's become a liberal bastion. It's run by liberals most people donating to our liberals and LA teaches liberal ideology until we take our school's back in our education back. This conversation is moot. Okay. Let me tell you about black rifle coffee. Thank you. Lisa for the call. We'll get to your calls. Next morning coffee is my institution can't start my day without it. And it's why when it comes to starting my day every day and kind of numerous times throughout the day. Well, I reach for the single best American coffee on the market black rifle coffee dot com slash, Sean. That's the website. And listen..

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Five o'clock. I'm Liz Warner in what's now, the nation's largest college admissions bribery scandal. Actress Lori Laughlin appeared before a federal judge in downtown LA today. Here's Jim Roope with the latest Laughlin best known for her role as aunt Becky on full house, surrendered to federal authorities on Wednesday morning after arriving back in Los Angeles. From filming in Vancouver Laughlin has been released on a one million dollars bond the same amount. Her husband designer mossy emoji newly posted Tuesday. The judge is allowing the actress to continue to travel to Canada for work, but she will have to surrender her passport by mid December. Nearly fifty people were charged in the scandal. Including actress, Felicity Huffman, several coaches at local universities were arrested in connection with the alleged twenty five million dollar scheme. Federal prosecutors said wealthy parents would pay thousands of dollars to get their children admitted to prestigious universities by passing them off as recruit -able athletes, regardless of their athletic ability, or by helping them cheat on. College entrance exams. Governor Newsome is suspending the death penalty. And he's granting a reprieve to more than seven hundred inmates on death row. The nation's largest Mark class is the father of Polly class in nineteen Ninety-three twelve year old Polly was objected and murdered her killer, Richard. Alan Davis confessed to the murder and has been on death row at San Quentin since nineteen Ninety-six class is now a victims rights advocate, and he was stunned by the government's announcement when he said in effect that there would be no executions under his watch a little bit of me died. Really did I was so taken aback? I was so angered the people that he seems to be advocating for all the worst drugs of our society. Mark class was a guest on the Larry O'Connor show today on AM seven ninety KABC days after the plane crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight, the president has announced the US will now ground all Boeing seven thirty seven max eight and nine. Planes. Here's Clayton Neville, the president said the safety of the American people is of paramount concern, these travelers think the order was the right decision bearing on the side of caution. And I'll have a problem with that. And they need to do a thorough check out bones going to have to react. Yeah. I think it was a safe move more than fifty other countries have also grounded the planes American southwest. And United Airlines will be the most affected in the US and all say, they're working with the FAA to do. What's necessary to safely get the planes back in the air? Clayton Neville, Dallas. Tonight's Powerball jackpot has climbed to four hundred and forty eight million dollars. That's the biggest prize in some seven months. Talk radio. Seven ninety KABC.

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790 KABC

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Florida. Doesn't matter is this person going to lose their job. No. Of course, now because the truth is that a lot of members of the Democratic Party are fine with this sort of stuff. They're absolutely fine. With with a lot of this sort of nonsense. Solid stuff from the Bernie Sanders and bench bench. The movement is the whole of. Jay ABC, Los Angeles, Orange County. A Cumulus station. KABC news, live and local. It's four o'clock. I'm Liz Warner governor Newsome is suspending the death penalty in California granting reprieved more than seven hundred inmates on death row. The nation's largest Mark class is the father of Polly Klaas in nineteen Ninety-three. Twelve year old Polly was abducted and murdered her killer, Richard. Alan Davis confessed to the murder and has been on death row at San Quentin since nineteen Ninety-six classes now victims, right advocate, and he was stunned by the governor's announcement when he said in effect that there would be no executions under his watch a little bit of me died. It really did. I was so taken aback. I was so angered the people that he seems to be advocating for all the worst drugs of our society. Mark class was a guest on the Larry O'Connor show on AM seven ninety KABC full house star Laurie Laughlin surrendered to authorities and appeared in court today. She's one of fifty people. Caught up in the biggest college, admissions, cheating and bribery, scandal and US history code named operation varsity blues the investigation broke wide yesterday and has targeted Laughlin and actress, Felicity Huffman among others now. Laurie Laughlin and her husband fashion, designer most emoji newly are accused of paying a half million dollars. So their daughters would get into USC as recruits for the schools rowing team. The couple is among nearly fifty charged. And we're told Laurie appeared at the downtown LA courthouse today where she answered yes. To all questions from the judge. She has been released on a million dollars bond. Among other conditions set forth by the judge. She is not permitted to speak with any defenders or witnesses. You can only travel to British Columbia for work, and she has agreed to a March twenty ninth court appearance in Boston and subsequent trial in Boston as well rather than L A federal investigators want now the records from several elite prep schools in southern California connected to the operation and days after the deadly plane crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight, President Trump has announced the US. I will ground all Boeing seven thirty-seven, max, eight and nine planes. Here's Clayton Neville, the president said the safety of the American people is of paramount concern, these travelers think the order was the right decision bearing on the side of caution. And don't have a problem with data, and they need to do a thorough check out bones going to have to react. Yeah. I think it was a safe move more than fifty other countries have also grounded the planes American southwest. And United Airlines will be the most affected in the US and all say, they're working with the FAA to do. What's necessary to safely get the planes back in the air? Clayton Neville, Dallas. Talkradio seven ninety KABC sports Lakers beat the Chicago yesterday, the clippers lost a Portland and the ducks beat Nashville that seven ninety KABC sports KABC news time four.

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on KGO 810

"This was so upsetting to remember. There's a couple of months ago, nearly three months ago. Now, there was that story out of Wisconsin. These two parents were murdered for no apparent reason and their daughter disappeared. We didn't know what happened to the daughter. Jamie Kloss is her name. And when that story broke nearly three months ago. Most of us are old enough to remember the murder of Polly clause here Petaluma now that was twenty over twenty five years ago. Now that story just absolutely struck me, you know, kidnapped during a slumber party that was Polly Klaas kidnapped at knifepoint during a slumber party in Petaluma, Richard Alan Davis was the murderer and since the death. Of course, he hasn't died yet here in California, but he entered there. So horrible that story Paula costs. Remember that? So when I heard the story of Jamie clus spelled totally differently. Just hearing it though, I was like what what's going on. Oh my gosh. This is so horrible. You hear stories like this? And it's just the good news about Jamie Kloss, and this is maybe a little bit more. Like, Elizabeth smart this way, by the way, you just have to say these names, and you wonder why parents are helicopter parents. Yeah. Polly kloss. Elizabeth smart, Jamie. We protect your kids. There are horrible human beings in the world. And we want to protect them our children from these. Oh. Horrible horrible man that are I don't know. What's wrong with them? So Polly Kloss last Thursday was found. She was wondering seventy miles away from home. Lightly clothed, in Wisconsin, winter mind you. And this woman Sar and she said, I'm Jamie close. I don't know where I am. And this woman. So wonderful that she took her back to her house. Walking her dog. Kristen Kassian skiffs is her name in rural Gordon Wisconsin, founder in the street. Went back to her house mmediately said get a weapon because they assume that the kidnapper was still after her they call nine one one right away passing the phone back and forth between them while Kosinski is husband stood at the front door with the gun in case, the alleged of doctor came into the are before police arrived cops call ten minutes later because he was out searching for the suspect is Jake Thomas Paterson twenty one year old there have no idea yet. Why he targeted Jamie Kloss L O S S her family murdered her parents kidnapped her through her in the trunk of a car drove away eighty seven days later, she shows up wondering trying to figure out where. She was I am beyond thankful again. This also reminded me of Elizabeth smart. Remember her June fifth two thousand to fourteen year old Elizabeth smart abducted at knife point from her bedroom in her family's house. That was a lot like Polycom. In Salt Lake City, Utah. She was rescued by police officers nine months later, March twelfth two thousand three eighteen miles from her home. So they make it very far Lisbeth smart while that was such a tragic scary so thankful that she's alive so thankful Jimmy clauses alive. So sad. Polly classes, not and all the others who've been kidnapped and have disappeared. So sad for all of them and their families happy for Jamie Kloss. The murderer alleged of her parents has been charged with kidnapping two counts of first degree intentional homicide armed burglary. I'm just curious though. When these stories keep coming out and again, thank whomever. You wanna thank thank God. Nobody think lock whatever you wanna thank thank the strength of Jamie Kloss. Doesn't that be? I mean, am I I can't be alone that that's part of our helicopter parenting. Is we hear these stories and we're like, yeah. You know, what kids are sleeping close to me? I guess what? You don't sleep with your windows. Open at night. Sorry. We're gonna run air conditioning. If it gets hot. I mean, really isn't is that an overreaction on our parts that we're so protective of our children that we go. You know, I heard about poly Kloss. I'm uncomfortable. Oh, I heard about Elizabeth marketing kit. Yeah, we're locking the windows at night. Dammit. I'm not taking that risk. I don't want some creep crawling in at night kidnapping, one of my kids. Yeah. You. Yeah. I don't know.

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on KGO 810

"Semi tweets out, Ethan Bearman. This was so upsetting drummer there's a couple of months ago, nearly three months ago. Now, there was that story out of Wisconsin. These two parents were murdered for no apparent reason and their daughter disappeared. We didn't know what happened to the daughter. Jamie Kloss is her name. And when that story broke nearly three months ago. Most of us are old enough. And remember the murder of Polly Klaas here Petaluma now that was twenty over twenty five years ago. Now that story just absolutely struck me, you know, kidnapped during a slumber party that was Polly Klaas kidnapped at knifepoint during a slumber party in Petaluma, Richard Alan Davis was the murderer and since the death. Of course, he hasn't died yet here in California. But he entered there. So horrible that story Paul lost. Remember that? So when I heard the story of Jamie clus spelled totally differently. Just hearing though, I was like what what's going on? My gosh. This is so horrible. You hear stories like this? And it's just the good news about Jamie Kloss, and this is maybe a little bit more. Like, Elizabeth smart this way. By the way, you just have to say these names, and you wonder why parents are helicopter parents. Yeah. Paulie kloss? Elizabeth smart, Jamie. We want to protect your kids. There are horrible human beings in the world. And we want to protect them our children from these. Oh. Horrible horrible man that are I don't know. What's wrong with them? So Polly Kloss last Thursday was found. She was wondering seventy miles away from home. Lightly clothed, in Wisconsin, winter mind you. And this woman Sar and she said, I'm Jamie close. I don't know where I am. And this woman. So wonderful that she took her back to her house. She'd been out walking her dog, Kristen Kassian skiffs is her name in rural Gordon Wisconsin, founder in the street. Went back to her house mmediately said get a weapon because they assume that the kidnapper was still after her they call nine one one right away passing the phone back and forth between them while Kosinski is husband stood at the front door with the gun in case the alleged of doctor came into the are before police arrived cops content minutes later. Because he was out searching for the suspect is Jake Thomas Paterson twenty one year old there have no idea yet. Why he targeted Jamie Kloss L O S S her family murdered her parents kidnapped.

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"They said I need chemo for the length. Thanks for coming on this journey with me that was the tweet that was put out earlier today. Oh, that's so sad. So gosh, all of us. Have our thoughts and prayers with Jillian as she's going through all of this. And it came it came as a shock because you know, she's she's healthy. She is someone who participates in the emotions and mammograms program where she and a bunch of friends go every year, and they get their their mammogram done, and they drink their memo's, isn't they turn it into kind of a a little bit of a social event show that way, you know, it's it's something that you're not dreading doing because you're going through it with your friends, and it's something she. Certainly certainly cognizant of and one of the things that she did when she was on good day. LA was she tracked down her birth family because she was dominated and she'd never met her birth mother never met her birth father. And it was a whole process you paid a service to go track them down. She found them and she became very close with with her mother and her sisters her father. She spoke to but he died before they were able to ever able to meet in person, and after meeting them, and and really welcoming them into her life, and then welcoming her into their life jillions mom got sick and she had three different aggressive forms of cancer. And Jillian went through that whole process with her mother and factor mother actually died and jillions arms in the in the hospital when that took place, and I'll say this about Jillian jillions been through that process with her mother. She knows what's involved. He knows the stakes. But no one's a better fighter than her. And if anyone can beat cancer, it's Jillian, and she is going to take this thing on as aggressively as possible, she's gonna listen to what the doctor say she's gonna go to the best doctors in California. And I have I have complete confidence that she's going to be able to beat this. But it's gonna be a long process, and it's going to be a frustrating process to say, the least it's awful. I I'm so sorry for her and the chemo and radiation and surgery. She's going to have to have you know, she is tough. She's a tough cookie, but still it's brutal. Just awful so sorry for her. It's a lot at once to when you know, you just go to the doctor for a routine check in the last thing on your mind is they're gonna come back because you feel fine. When you go in. It's not like if you go to the doctor, and you got a sore throat and the doctor says, oh, you got strep. Well, you saw that coming a mile away. You knew there was something wrong. If you go in for one of these routine checks, and then they come back with this it hits you. You like a ton of bricks. Absolutely. And I'm so glad that she's doing the aggressive thing. I mean, I'm not a doctor. So I'm just speaking based on what information I have based on what her mother her bio mother went through and all of that. I think she's probably taking the right to the right path because you know, years ago, I remember reading the Melissa after remember that she had breast cancer, and she had had a complete physical right before she'd gone on tour. I guess you have to do that for insurance purposes, they found nothing, and then boom, she comes up. So in other words, a lot of times it comes out of nowhere is greatest jillions been about getting those mammograms and things like that. It's a good thing. She went in for one this time and has continued to go through that. If she'd waited a couple of years who knows where it would have been. So I'm really glad that she's kept up with a truly important. Absolutely. And when you find out about it, and they give you advice, and they tell you what they recommend to do a lot of people sometimes panic, and they say, I don't want my hair to fall out. Oh, I don't want to go through it. That sounds like it's going to be uncomfortable. That sounds like it's going to hurt. She is not that person. She is going to attack this thing. Head on. On. And if she would ask for my advice, I would say that. That's the right course of action. Absolutely. I think she's gonna smack it down. She's a tough girl and she's not good. It's not gonna take this. She's gonna smack it back. Absolutely Steve Edwards, by the way is going to join us later on in the program. He's on his way to the studio right now. So Steve is going to be here. Of course, longtime co host jillions at good day LA, and I'm sure he'll want to weigh in on that among other things. But let's go ahead and get started on a story out of the antelope valley. A grand jury indictment was unsealed yesterday morning. And the tragic death of a ten year old Lancaster boy whose mother and boyfriend or accused of torturing and killing this child. The boy's mother Heather Maxine, Barron, who's twenty nine hundred boyfriend Kareem or Nestle Levy, a thirty two year old charged with capital murder in the death of Anthony Avalos, which was not just a murder and a death Heidi. But this was something that involved the torture. Of this poor ten year old child that was totally unnecessary. These monsters have been caught they've been arrested. And now it looks like the trial is set to begin. Joining us with more details on this is ABC news is James Rojas. James? Thanks so much for joining us. Hey, john. Hey, heidi. Yeah. So we are also learning from this listen diamond that was unsealed that the mother and her boyfriend are also being charged with two counts of child abuse involving two other children living in that home in that home, you know, presumably their own children. And one of those allegations includes the detail of that great bodily injury was inflicted on one of the children during a domestic violence incident. And so this again, raise the more questions and points more fingers at the LA county department of children and family services on on. Why on what the delay was? And and keeping these children in this household. Yeah. It was terrible. And there are a lot of allegations that they weren't paying attention. DFS was not paying attention. And did as you mentioned that didn't see some signs at the should easily seen or listen to the family members who are concerned. That's right and wanted someone attorney who is presenting the boy's family is calling for a criminal investigation into the social workers who are handling Anthony's case. Now right now, the head of the department says there are still trying to determine what happened and what they need to do to to make sure this never happens again. But yeah. In the meantime, we are now expecting this trial to to start in the beginning of next year. And so right now, the prosecutors or rather the district attorney's office they still need to decide whether or not they will seek the death penalty most likely they will because as you remember the death. Another similar case that that happened a few years earlier than this involving boyfriend the antelope valley eight year old Gabriel Fernandez in that case. The mother received life a life prison sentence and the boyfriend was sentenced to death also. And so you would you would presume. That that prosecutors would definitely push for the death penalty in this case also. You can't go for the death penalty case involving the torture and death of a ten year old. I don't know why you even have it on the books. This is why the death penalty exists. In fact, if you go back to three strikes, for example, that was for something precisely similar to this. That's when Polly cloth was abducted by Richard Alan Davis. And she was tortured and murdered by the guy and people were so appalled that this guy was able to to commit crimes time and time again that three strikes was was voted in by the voters. Yeah. And when you look at this case again like dyke, the eight year old Gabriel Fernandez in this case. Anthony Avalos we hear that the allegations of the abuse of how how he would be beaten out. He would be shot with a BB gun how his teeth would be not knocked out with a bat. And the you know, you hear all these these terrible things. And so it'll be very unlikely again if they don't push for that. Yeah. It's almost worse for the mother to me to the mother to sit by the LA zoo. And if they're are a little ducks walking around a little baby chicks, you tried to pick one up the mother, I'll take your arm off before she lets you do it. But human beings will stand back and let her boyfriend do this to their child. I don't understand that. I never will. Yeah. And family members, you know, they'd be served the same sentiment. They were they were in the courtroom yesterday. And they actually, you know, they they broke down in tears when when they were talking about about Anthony. And and the fact that this this this feeling of the indictments occurred on Halloween, which also happened to be his favorite holiday. He loved dressing up. He loved being, you know, somebody else, and and it was really really tough day for the rest of the family has the defense tip their hand at all as to what the defense is going to be. I would imagine just looking at this that if you're the mother you're gonna say, oh, it was the boyfriend didn't like the kid. It was the boyfriend that instigated all of this violence. I was an abused wife. I was an abuse spouse, whatever, and I had to go along with it because I was in fear of my own life. Yeah. It's it's gonna be hard for them to to to defend themselves. They initially when they called nine one one. They initially reported that that their their son was unconscious because he fell when paramedic Scott there. It was very clear and evident that that was not the case that that his injuries were not in line with with anything anything that they would compare with the fall and so going into the are pleading not guilty. The their defense attorney has not laid out their whole game plan. I'm pretty sure he's he's trying to keep that, you know, under wraps until the trial begins. Because again, this case has been getting so much media attention and publicity. And so I'm sure he's trying to you know, try to just hold all his cars before he has to show him. I'll tell you what else it's not just these two monsters that are on trial here. The county is going to be on trial. Because when the prosecutors show all of these injuries that this poor little kids sustained. And they're idiotic responses, and and justifications for them, and the fact that the county bought into it. They're going to look horrific. Yeah. After the Gabriel Fernandez case, we I remember saying that hopefully if there if there is a silver lining in that case is bad. Hopefully, this won't happen to another child. And unfortunately, it happened again just within years. And so yeah. So, you know, you always hope that, you know, this is always the last case or the last story you report on, but unfortunately, you know, you can't help but feel that you know, things are going to happen again. Correct. Remind around it us can't it's terrible. All right, James, Rojas, KABC news. Thanks so much for stopping by. We appreciate it. Thanks, guys. Heidi? It depends. What kind of job you have what responsibility. You have to your customers to your clients to your constituents, whatever, whoever it is that you serve if you and is radio talk show hosts have a bad day. Then what happens is people commuting home from work just have a boring commute. So in the grand scheme of things. Right. If we have a good day or a bad day at work. It really doesn't matter that much if you are someone that is I don't know checking people out of the grocery store. Same thing. If it takes the person, two minutes or three minutes to get out of the line. No one lives your dies. But if you're a social worker for the county and your job is to look out for these little kids who are completely and totally defenseless if they have monster. Parents like this you need to have a good day. Every time you go to work because if you have a bad day, and you're just on autopilot. And you're not doing what you need to be doing. And you send a kid like this to to people who. The alleged killers. Then that kid's death is on you, absolutely partially. Yeah. They should know. These are people who are supposed to be experts. They go into a house. They can look at the injuries that can look at the entire home. They can look and see what's going on. Listen to the parents who are gonna lie. They know when people are lying in versus when they're telling the truth, they can tell when a child who's well cared for fallen and broken an arm or something they're supposed to know. And they're supposed to defend these children. And I mean, this has gone on as you mentioned this has gone on for a long period of time. So there's no way that the social worker should have been ignored this in this case is so disturbing to me when you watch those videos wildlife videos, you'll see a mother grizzly bear risk her life. She'll get her life trying to defend her cub from the male grizzly bear. That's what animals do. And then we got human beings who whatever they'll go along with it..

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Well, three strikes, and you're out was big legislation here in. Nineteen ninety s. Yes, it was after Richard Alan Davis abducted and killed Polly claws from her own bedroom at her house in Petaluma, and they finally found the guy after he molested her and killed her and did all sorts of horrible things. And they found that the guy was a repeat offender, and we found that in California. There were a lot of repeat offenders who are running around committing acts of unspeakable violence. So the people of California had this initiative proposed three strikes, and you're out three felonies. The first two I believe had to be violent the third one could be any type of felony. And then you were sent to the clink for the rest of your life. Well, a judge says that may not be the case anymore, and we might be releasing about four thousand people from prison. We're gonna talk about that with Bill Stanton. Who's a security expert retired NYPD police officer coming up at the top of the hour because this really could change the way that the criminal Justice system works. Here in the state of California, John the story, I recall, you gave a great background to how the three strike law develop was that. There was a story about this. Thirst strike a guy stole some pizza. Yeah. Remember that the peace? He and he got third strike, and he went to jail for twenty five years of life. And and that's the inequity of that law. I just remember the Polly Klaas story, which led to the three strikes and then the pizza. Conviction which resulted in sort of a unfair application of that law. Well, I would argue that it wasn't unfair to put the pizza guy in prison because we're like I'm back. I'll tell you what happened. Okay, pizza man when he got out of prison. You're definitely going to want to hear that. I definitely want to hear that one. It's John Phillips and Leo terell in for Jillian. Talkradio seven ninety KABC. Gillian?.

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:24 min | 2 years ago

"richard alan davis" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Springs. Are we need a rally for Huckabee hot springs? Why why do they have to be the garbage dump for the worst of the worst of the worst couple of emails coming in here? Marie says all the other countries send the worst of the worst of the United States. Let's send the rapist to one of the worst offenders how about Mexico now about what just leave him in jail. This one from Jeff checking in from Ramona, the more fundamental question is why in the Haiti's is this horrible human being being being released when he rate not one, but twelve women this is insanity. Furthermore, for years has been the dumping ground for sexual perverts. Anybody can look that up JD in San Diego wanting to weigh in on this JD. Welcome to the show. I'm just wondering I was just wondering about this. Okay. We just had a situation with breakfast. Yup. Absolutely. That was clearly low evidence. To convict them with what he did yet twenty of that. And also not only that but she pleaded guilty to one. Yes. Now, I want to ask this question. Where's Dianne Feinstein where Kamala Harris? Democrats and all the senators that voted against capital because there was no evidence. But yet they're gonna chair. What guarantees some Clinton or Obama nominate judge thinks he's a button law. Well, no doubt. No doubt. This is this is a job. This. That thinks you know, let me just say this, and I'll let you finish your point. This is a judge who thinks you can rehabilitate everybody. Now, I get it. If it's a single charge of a violent nature, but rape is different rape is different. Pedophilia. Is different arson is different people do not reform from that behavior. Okay. People do not that was the central contention with Brad Kavanagh, Lindsey Graham said you'll just wake up one day and decide you're going to go start of molesting and raping women were bad parties that there's no reason to believe that he would do that. Then he would stop for forty years. And then like suddenly now, it's a thing. This guy pleaded guilty. What you say JD is. Exactly, right. You're not getting here from fi you're not going to hear from camera. You know, why prop forty seven fifty seven. Those are the great glorious achievements of Jerry, Brown and Gavin Newsom. You want to know who should have to answer for this. Shady have a Gavin Newsom. Go ahead. Yeah. But also, I wanna know, and I will be here. Well, drama kept with was killed and murdered by Richard Alan Davis in Petaluma, California. Sure. It's still. In jail right now. Still have a limp. Yup. And yet Jerry Brown says he might pardon a whole bunch of people. I worry that that guy is going to be one of. Family. Cutting their court, basically didn't even care about that. What ball window, and he took the girl and killed him. So many times, and we don't care about the law. Steph. What's getting me upset? They don't care about what's going on. Give me up, and I guarantee right now, I don't think there's going to be and you could see that in the polls right now. I think Republican capture the you're gonna see a lot of going to the Republicans. Do you already saw Tennessee you see quartered? I'm gone. I think that people say there's gonna be a blue. I think it's backfired. And I think the thing is what triggered by. Listen. I think you're right. I think you're right JD. And I hear the passion in your voice. I hear the pain in your voice, and that's hugely important. But again, this comes down to the order of judge David Gill who according to CBS dot com story judge David Gill after hearing testimony from numerous witnesses found that quarrels was eligible for conditional release into the community with supervision. What does that mean they wear an ankle bracelet? He's going to wear an ankle bracelet get his jollies, and then get arrested and go back to prison, and now you've had somebody else victimized and maybe worse next time. Maybe next time somebody loses their life because he knows he's going back for good. No, that's too risky. Children and women children and women when you look at the judicial system by and large they are disposable characters. You have politicians that will use protect will protect. We'll do this. We'll do that children of furniture as as far as politicians are concerned. And look, I get it county. Supervisor Diane Jacob vehemently opposed to placing quarrels in hook come behind springs. How about the people who come hot springs get together and say, no more human garbage in our community. We don't want, rapists. We don't want abusers. We don't want panel files. We are off limits. You guys figure it out. We don't pay taxes to have the benefit of criminality in our community. Eight hundred seven sixty KFI AM seven sixty talking breaking news big story. The medical examiner's released its findings into the triple or the deadly triple fatal crash involving a wrong way driver on the Edel five back in August. We'll have some of the details next. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news, Roger Hitchcock with the Roger report. Well, some days have gone by now since Judge Kevin is become Justice Kevin on the United States Supreme court, and yet not one witness not one piece of corroborating evidence has yet emerged that any of the charges made by women against Cavanaugh for sexual improprieties is actually true. You know, what is true? Members of congress have now spent seventeen million dollars to settle sexual harassment claims against members of congress. Yeah. All those people who would be so concerned over Christine Ford, baby. Trump ought to release the names of all the congressmen who have settled their sex harassment issues with your taxpayer dollars. And maybe we ought to respond to democratic hypocrisy that every woman has to be believed by reminding them that their believed unless they're raped by Bill Clinton or beaten by Keith Ellison or groped by Cory Booker. Or killed by Ted Kennedy. That's the Roger report..

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

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"richard alan davis" Discussed on 790 KABC

"They buy the outfield wall angel stadium or whatever because it's just white. Noise it's white noise you see it See it though sometimes I, see commercials and I don't see them if that. Makes sense like what a, waste for for the bus work because they all do it but it doesn't matter how much money you, spend on stuff like that if you do something like. This guess what it's all for not yeah oh you're done Yeah There's nothing like bad PR to this is. Ruined read this. Peer this is worse than what Jared Fogel did the. Subway, well according to CNN an, undocument- undocumented immigrant has been charged with first degree murder in the presumed death of. Molly Tibbets an Iowa college student went missing on July, eighteenth the suspect earlier, today let thirties to a body officials believe is that of Tibbets twenty four year old or twenty year. Old excuse. Me an autopsy is now going to be done to determine when and how the woman. Died its plan for. Tomorrow authority said surveillance video helped them determine a. Suspect the suspect is name is Christian Bahana Rivera twenty four year old is an illegal alien who authorities believe has been in the area for four to seven years charges were filed in the district. Court in. Pow she county and bail was set at one million dollars Tibbets at university of Iowa student was last, seen. Jogging On July eighteenth in the small community of Brooklyn Iowa about an hour. East of. Moines that's according to the county sheriff's department this story reminds me a lot of what happened to shandra Levy Oh yeah I mean there's an and the. Two girls that. Were jogging in, New York last year that were abducted and killed, so it's just it's horrible horrible story, I feel for her parents in they. Were out trying to find her they were frantic and you, know This makes the crime. Very difficult to solve and this is. Also what happened with, shandra Levy when you have someone that dies because their, spouse kills them or their children, kill them or their, neighbor. Kills them or what have you an ex kills them there's a story line to the murder there's a story line to the crime you understand, the motive and you can put the pieces of the puzzle together someone's going through, a bad, divorce someone's kids a, schizophrenic whatever, but when the murder is completely random, when you're just jogging and someone decides to kill you because they just want to kill somebody that day it's very difficult to put the pieces of, the. Puzzle, together because there's no motivation but they've they've got this guy they do. But with the case of shandra Levy that's. Why that. Congressman Gary, Condit got accused of murder because he was the one that was allegedly having the affair with her and. So you assume okay well, he's the. One with the motive because he has the most to lose so it. Puts up all these false flags Where you go, down. Roads you shouldn't go down well that happens a lot I mean especially with serial killer is I mean you know they can take years to, find this is incredible that not only did they find her body they found the, suspect and, I'm glad as bales, at a, million dollars I'd like to know what, the motivation was for this city have sex with her and then kill her you know it's horrible I also think from says he's an undocumented immigration, he's. From, Mexico you don't say though let me look I don't say his name. Is Christian Rivera for Mexico is okay yeah That's according to. FOX It also reminds me of the Polly Klaas murder. That was totally random and so they took Mark loss into the police station and they questioned him because they, thought that, it was you know it had to, be someone, that newer of course because she was in her bedroom in the, middle of the night having a sleepover an. Eleven year old, girl you're gonna think you know And it was Richard Alan Davis defender you've got to do what they've got, to do, you know and and if you're innocent, they rule, you out hopefully but boy Mark losses become that's different I think, that guy was was he going to be. As like a serial killer Yeah he was. In and out of prison, entire right right let's take a look at the roads Talk radio seven hundred KABC has dependable traffic when you need it, most of.

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