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"robert blake" Discussed on WEEI
"For the Jackson family, the attorney for Robert Blake, the expert legal analyst on the Scott Peterson case, and, of course, they talk show host of world renown on his own nationally syndicated talk show hosts and Or so we could go on and on the attorney to the stars, the great Brian Oxman. What's that, Brian? It is a sad day for the covert virus. It's just infecting everybody, and it doesn't know what else to do. Dave, You got the 40 Niners? They're out. I mean, they can't. They can't do it. No more. You've got us. See, it can't play no more ball because why the covert virus got him. Then you got Denver. You got through luck. He'd got the virus Quarterback. You got Brent Rippy in? He got the virus. Jeff Driskel. He got the virus. All God's Children got the virus, Dave. And the result is they can't play no more. Well, What's the matter with all these people that that they're all sick? Tell me Sports God, you know all Well, I I guess their contact tracing or they come down with the Corona virus. And you don't read the news today. You know, the Saints are going to Denver to play the Broncos tomorrow. As of right now, the game is still on Brian. I don't quarterback. The Broncos have all quarterbacks all four quarterbacks out. So Royce Freeman, the former All American running back, and Oregon is starting at quarterback for the Broncos tomorrow, but maybe maybe they'll be running the single wing like back when you were playing football. Yeah. 18 02. Yes, we did very well back then. Look, this is a problem of management. This is not health care. This is management. Here's the deal. These brilliant coaches, all of them. Should have recognized that their players were going to get sick and they were going to get sick right in the most important time of the year toward the end of the year, where winning is so critical, so, Dave Three months ago, two months ago. They should have all had a had a covert party. Bring in the girls with the virus, you know, And that way, everybody would have had it three months ago, four months ago when they weren't playing, and they would have caught it, and they would have been good Look at Trevor Laurence. He comes back after a week being out with covert. He kicks rear end today he was magnificent. Why didn't they manage this and get their players sick in a covert party? Three months ago? That's what I say they should have done. Run. Who are these covert girls You're referring to? I don't know all my friends. All of them. I could have supplied the girls there weren't they will and Dave eyes it hard to find a girl with a virus these days. I don't know. I wouldn't know you wouldn't. No, no, Dave. Look, we can go down on to the Sunset Strip. We'll find more than you can shake a finger out. And I'm sure when you shake your finger, they'll find you. Well, Brian, Nick Saban. Mr. Game today for Alabama. This is I think the second or third time, So when you say bring in the hot sex and have a coded covert party and get everybody immune. Do we know yet that you can't catch the second or third time? We're not quite sure, but it appears that you build up an immunity. That's what these vaccines are all about. The back scenes give you an immunity. We're not sure how long immunity last you're going to have to wait to see. But it appears that it's quite long because in influenza the immunity last a good long time I say This was Management incompetence. Brian Oxman Sports and the courts for days with here at Forced operating in sports radio dot com. Yeah, the 40 Niners aren't allowed to practice in their facility. And by the way you talked about how you feel Sorry for the virus, Brian, you know our governor here put a 10 o'clock curfew on all of us out here in California. It's amazing. This is the most intelligent virus. I think that's ever lived because it knows at 10:01 P.m.. It's much, much more powerful than it is at 9 59 and can affect a lot more people. Thank you. Absolutely. And you know, people do not get together late at night. They never do that. I don't know Anyone who does that, do you? You know, my dad used to always tell me nothing good happens after midnight and I used to say to my dad The best times of my life happened after midnight. I disagree with you. During Prohibition. We had Big, Easy's. You remember the speakeasy? My grandfather told me. He used to go to speakeasies. Yes, that's right. You would go into the bar and he had to have the secret magic password, And you would have to speak easy because you didn't want Eliot Ness and his feds coming into Chicago and bust in the speakeasy. Well, I think we should have some virus Easy's. Wouldn't that be kind of neat to have But everybody gets together and drinks against each other Sick. Yeah, that's a great idea. I was a great idea. Why not? We used to do it in Prohibition. So died. It's nothing now. That wasn't a virus that could kill you. That was just getting drunk. No, the mob would kill you The virus, then worry about. And you know who benefited? You know Al Capone and and John F. Kennedy's father, that they were the ones who benefited most from Prohibition work there. They got rich off yet. They did. Yes, they did. And you know what? The Chicago Bears. They didn't care you have you had football baseball. It went on just the same as it always did. Why are we being so crazy about Dave? What I like most about the covert virus are the cardboard cut outs in the stands. I think those ties are the coolest. I've been trying to invite somebody to come on over and have a covert party with me with the cardboard cut outs and no one's responding, though. You know that. I'm in Oakland, A's baseball fan, Brian Oxman, and I paid..
"robert blake" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"They will. In fact this is the name started tonight cancellation notices are certain validity. And what I'm saying and that is security but it's not because it's A. It's a strange. The only talked one of the things I've said in the book is that the only kind of secured only the insecure people who strive for security. The only kind of security I know about for myself is inner security. It has nothing to do with whether I'm employed whether my book is on the best seller list when I make a lot of money whether my wife loves me and my children living on the security no all the other things nice job. A Nice House of Money and a nice car all those things and it's precisely when those things go away when somebody dies or when your business fails go bankrupt or whatever that people commit suicide or have depression or reach for the volume or become alcoholics or whatever because they're always looking outside of themselves for the answers rather than saying. Hey I count you take off your clothes. You look in the mirror every day and you say you know you do a lot of dumb things but you really cute you know you really an attractive person and you're the only person you got so why not take that person with you wherever you go and make it a nice person. Someone that you really love. Do you think people can turn their emotions on and off like that? That a faucet is I'm going to be cute and charming but I don't feel charming. I don't want to go there. I don't WanNa do that. How do you handle that? Well I think we have to understand the word choice. We are the product of the choices that we make in our lives. The fact if you get angry in your life if you get worried if you're afraid if you're anything like that you know you hear the Hitter Lady told me the other night in a talk that I was given. She said. My husband gave me a complex. I said how does that work does he go out and he said. I'd like one complex police for my wife. Put it in a box. Wrap it up and say this is for you and she had a complex. What thank you very much. I'll just you know as if he did this to her. People do these things to themselves and the they say things like you make me feel guilty. She makes me angry. If you had I wouldn't've act this way right. If only you were more like me than I wouldn't have to be so unhappy right now. These are the kinds of sentences that people are making and there are. Those are all state absolutely. They were just the person I married. Yes you know what? Those people are the same way about love. You said we love the things we love for what they are not for what they used to be what they should be or what. I would like them to be if you if you take somebody where they are. You take them with the points that you don't like about them just as well as the points that you do you try to change points. I if you do then you're not in love you're really somebody who's saying you have to be what? I want you to be. And that's where marriages breakdown relationships breakdown. The cornerstone of an effective relationship to me is independence not dependent but then I always felt that my job on this show once I get added at chairs to sit over here and make sure that the show keeps going by keeping my mouth shut. You want to say something but The lead you to train.
"robert blake" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Is pretty bad you ever began as a painter. I thought yeah. I began as a painter and high went to Ireland with a box of paints and at about two hundred dollars and I bought a donkey and cart traveled around for several months. Left under the car painted the idea was that I was going to set the world on fire with my brush and trouble was that It got pretty cold at night. Sometimes I'd want to. I'd want to get some hot milk or something. Whoever accepted hospitality? They wouldn't take money in those days in Ireland. So you get. I have to give them a panic so all the paintings went and I arrived in Dublin. I had no paintings and no money is any of this. This is absolutely true. Yes and that's how I got in the theater. Because I had Darren living. I really did want the painting. Yes I still do it. I wish I was better. I'd give any. I'd rather be painted anything. Lots of people have that. But that's the inborn. Isn't it most of it? No I think anybody anybody can paint. It's just Oh I know that anybody can. Everybody can't sing. I can't I can't sing you could if you have on the and taking money for it but it's it's you can't call it singing really no would you. Now you're not saying you're not saying to me be honest everybody can be it good or not good but can do something particularly Children Canyon. All Children are good painters. You notice that because their natural I suppose and they don't have any restrictions. I don't know what it is. And they get to be a little about seven and they lose it but there's a sort of miraculous time when they paint wonderful pictures. Can you tell me why people would pay seventy five to one hundred and fifty dollars for a painting done by chimpanzee? Now that's been in the paper before and it's been done at gallery where a lot of paintings that are in the galleries. Look as though they've been done by chimpanzees people sure but they buy they buy boxes of sand and call them sculpture.
"robert blake" Discussed on The Johnny Carson Show
"Show the Johnny Carson podcast from ten twenty seven seventy six October of seventy six almost forty four years ago to the day got some great. We've got the legendary film director and actor Orson Welles. We've got Robert Blake and we have Wayne Dyer. Who gives us some great advice? Doc is off and Tommy Newsom as filling in once again his dry sense of humor Johnny gets a lot of mileage. We've heard it on a number of these podcasts. About how boring Tommy actually is but in reality. Tommy was always a go to for some funny. So we've got a great show. We've got the monologue that talks about the history of Halloween talking about the election to Johnny's talking about the election of the debates between Ford and Carter. So that'll give you a little perspective where we were. There's a great callback in Johnny. Does a great callback in there. It's a good monologue. Then we move onto Orson Welles. Now Orson Welles was nominated for Nine Academy Awards for what is considered by many one of the greatest movies of all time citizen Kane. Where's the started out in radio or the world's was a radio show that the mercury players did and people thought it was real and that we were being invaded by Mars and it caused widespread panic. Another great movie of Orson Welles was touch of evil. I mean he was a great actor. He's a great director but he's here today promoting a special that he did for NBC. They talk about his old radio. Show a little bit. They Johnny actually wants to try to create one one day then they move into artwork and forgery and painting. Many people notice but Orson Welles was an aspiring painter. When you first started out but they talk about Picasso and a bunch of other things. It's a great interview. Sadly nineteen eighty-five Orson Wells did die of a heart attack But had a great career. He had one of those voices are booming. Voices that nobody can ever forget. And as a matter of fact did a lot of commercials. I think he did a I forget the wine winter but note we will show new wine before its time if you remember that spot then. Next up is Robert Blake he was Mickey Agra. Watch him as Mickey on our gang and he was in cold blood and he also had a small part and treasure of Sierra Madre where he sold Humphrey bogart a winning lottery ticket. He and Orson talk a lot back and forth about fame on television. This is one of the shows where there's a lot of interaction between the guests and allies. Enjoy that where the guest rather than. Just move down and be quiet. There's a lot of back and forth. And Orson is picking Roberts brain about getting into Into television and whether he should do a television show or not And then Robert Blake gives them some tips on how to succeed and one is that by having the network fear you that you don't need the job and you're gonNA walk away anytime Johnny picks up on this during during a throat at commercial and get some good laughs out of it and then we wrap it up with Wayne Dyer when Dyer motivational author and speaker. And he's written many books your own zones and he's he's talking about what it takes to make yourself happy in life and Being doer is he says what makes you happy He talks about the value of self worth and everything else and then of course Robert Blake picks up on this. And there's a long interruption by Robert Blake. But it's worth a listen. I will see you on the other side and now ladies and gentlemen he a Johnny you see you. You chose what's behind curtain number. Two and I came on a curtain number. One is a song back there again. How are you tonight? What's going on here last night? We had a space dot audience new this new high tonight. I'm Johnny Carson asking you to vote for me on Tuesday instead of the two other comedy candidates.
Autopsy: Man Fatally Shot by State Troopers Struck 16 Times
"The autopsy report a man shot on August seventeenth of open to Texas state troopers has been released his Carol is my goal with details of the autopsy of a man fatally shot by two state troopers following a Dallas traffic stop shows he had sixteen gunshot wounds including shot to the head front and back torso and both legs The Dallas Morning News obtained the Dallas County medical examiner's autopsy report for twenty seven year old chest and hajj state troopers Joshua England and Robert Blake then shot him August seventeenth following what police described as a short pursuit after the troopers attempted to stop hajj for failing to use a turn signal Hodges mother Sandra bracken's Hodge said in a statement her son was executed investigators have been secretive about their
"robert blake" Discussed on WTVN
"Like the same three this is definite hail Mary play only because there are so many if he misses this do I have to get in are we even now I still have to get one if he misses you still to get one to win yes this is a I'm I'm still of your him Joe yeah who knows but everybody was in and Hollywood was in this movie and add in like nineteen ninety one sounds good error ninety whatever is made the player that's hopefully isn't it because there's a line there is always my Albert sadly heating the script for that one in correct we just double check under P. nope been correct he was not in the player Jody won more to win can't tent the nineteen ninety seven film the war movie directed by David Lynch stars bill Pullman porters our cat both the sorry Getty Robert Blake and Gary Busey and also Robert loggia we were talking about Patricia Arquette soundtrack features the very first film soundtrack produced by a nine inch nails Trent Reznor slowly not the only David Lynch movie that's coming to my mind contributions from David Bowie Maryland Manson raunch teen and smashing pumpkins it was a flop and rightfully so heart of.
"robert blake" Discussed on 20/20
"The mother of their trout robert blake didn't trust her at all they both were highly suspicious of each other and so at one point bonnie pay robert blake and telephone conversation where she tries to bait him saying that he wanted to sell the baby through money why so perhaps you could use it later on to extort money out of him falling payments trust that robert blake wants just saw my dating i have no intention of doing so i'm just trying to prove it in case it make stats are describing she just creates fiction out a whole cloth you know you told me about this people that wanted you know find the baby four hundred thousand people would say what he's talking about so i'm just telling you know what i know you know it's like thinking it over and you know like they have thank you talking about this on my own time think about it i don't know what you're talking about the baby fit the numbers so my child what do you crazy women not so why do ask me that i never asking jack okay never mind floyd really weird anyone who knows robert would know who would never do that a little baby girl he's gonna sell his baby robert grew to love the baby very much and he accepted responsibility is a bother him mary bonnie i think she was fearful of washington constantly in rosie's life what might happen into her he resigned to the fact that he had been living there but she was living in the back how so she wasn't really involved in his life and he was just doing his own thing around this time blake starts noticing black pickup truck parked on his block odd times inside is a guy with a crew cut blake became concerned at this man with someone who had been victimized by body will be the cause harm to bonnie he was an agent of chaos she left a trail of broken hearts and angry men one of those men with christian brando and she kept telling him the baby was his even though she knew it was blake's eventually he found doubt my kid you know that now i don't know shocked so so why don't you come out and say it and i don't know that for fact well why did they will wind up with the national enquirer you're make it a bunch of up in wind up the national enquirer what is the deal without really bugs me i know no you have no idea of what you do to people with no idea which you know what you know it it it kind of it kind of hurt think about it you're lucky somebody down bearing the pull up their head oh that sounds like a made for tv murder mystery but this is all too real bad students most to hear i didn't die in a box you got it i'm still here robert flake was a stall the wife of actor robert blake killed by he will be famous but not the reason that she ever ever with a robert blake and bonnie league basically been married for just five months it would appear that bonnie had achieved their goal of marrying a celebrity put this would not be a traditional marriage they wouldn't lift together she married him because he was a celebrity and he married her because she had his baby took her out to dinner at the pillows which was his favorite italian restaurant he goes there so often but there's even a dish on the menu named after they had a pleasant evening pointing should have paid for their meal and they walk out of lakewood tell police that he would go back to patella because he forgot something at the rest and came back and bonnie was dying she had been shot and she was sitting in the passenger seat blue blood on their head on may fourth two thousand one ninety three tonight i heard a loud banging on the door when i open that door is just starting to see robert blake he starts going into a tirade if you.
"robert blake" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Tracks. At two thirty pm on March sixteenth two thousand five the jury filed back into the courtroom ready to read their verdict. Not one of them looked at seventy two year old Robert Blake it had been exactly one thousand four hundred and sixty one days since the murder when the jury foreman stood up to read the findings. We the jury in the above entitled action find the defendant, Robert Blake not guilty. They had been in a deadlock eleven to one on the matter of solicitation, the judge dismissed those charges as well. Robert Blake was a free man out front of the courthouse. A sea of reporters and spectators greeted Blake accompanied by Gerald Schwartz back. They watched and applauded. As Blake cut the ankle, monitor bracelet from his leg. He quipped to the crowd quote. If you wanna know how to go through ten million dollars in five years, I can tell you when one of the reporters asked him who he honestly thought shot Bonnie, he gave a tough guy accented shut up. Holly Garon Bonnie's twenty five year old daughter wept in the courtroom after the verdict was read she vowed Justice for her mother saying I would like him to suffer Goran filed. A wrongful death suit against Robert Blake named as co plaintiffs were Bonnie's three other children, including Rosie Blake in November of two thousand five Blake was back in the courtroom for the civil trial. This time. The jury found him guilty and awarded the Bakley children thirty million dollars in damages. This amount was later reduced to fifteen million dollars. Blake eventually filed for bankruptcy to pay them. It's important to note that the burden of proof in a civil trial is not as high as in a criminal trial, the civil trial still showed no evidence that placed the murder weapon in Blake's hand on the night of the murder. But once again, the plaintiffs attorneys pointed out that the amount of motive that Blake had was overwhelming. In addition, Earl called wells wife, testified at the civil trial that he wasn't with her and San Mateo the night of the murder, and she thought he might have had something to do with Bonny's death Schwartz back felt that the jury in the civil case Saab lake as too close to OJ Simpson who had also been acquitted. Of criminal charges, but ordered to pay civil damages. He said, quote, they think they're sending a message out to the world just because you're famous you can't get away with it. Now that you've heard the case against him decide for yourself did Robert Blake get away with murder or is he the victim of his own celebrity. Thanks for listening to not guilty. We'll be back Thursday with a new case to explore you can find more episodes of not guilty as well as all of park casts. Other shows on Spotify or your favorite podcast directory. Several of you who asked how to help us if you enjoy the show the best way to help us is to leave a five star review. And don't forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network. Not guilty was created. By max Cutler is a production of Cutler media and is part of the park cast network. It is produced by Maxon Ron Cutler sound designed by Ron Shapiro with production assistance by Paul Liebskind, additional production assistance by Carly Madden. And Maggie admire not guilty is written by Abigail cannon. I'm Vanessa Richardson.
"robert blake" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Due to the graphic nature of this investigation and trial. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and sexuality that some people may find offensive. We'd vise extreme caution for listeners under thirteen. On December seventh nineteen eighty eight. Thirty two year old Bonny Lee Bakley and eighty one year old demar Besley entered the bonds of holy matrimony in a casino chapel in Elko, Nevada. Besley didn't know it at the time. But he was Bonnie's. Fourth husband, his new bride took a trip down the aisle. No more seriously than a weekend getaway, they had met through a personal ad in the back of an adult magazine in nineteen eighty four exchanging letters and phone calls Besley sent money when she needed help and Bonnie sent him nude photos in return in December of nineteen Eighty-eight Bonnie took a bus to Besley home in Montana and insisted they get married. She didn't sleep with anyone. She wasn't married or engaged to the couple drove to Nevada the next morning and. Tied the knot shortly after they exchanged vows Besley handed. Bonnie a role of Nichols for the slot machines. He never saw her again. At first he didn't wanna believe that Bonnie had left him. So coldly he waited around for a day hoping she'd reappear, but eventually realized he'd been duped when he returned home. He discovered Bonnie had stolen his gun and his late. Wife's jewelry a few weeks after ditching him at the altar Bonnie sent Besley a letter expressing how much she loved him. Then in the PS, she asked him to send her a copy of his VA paperwork. So she could register for military wife benefits. Instead Besley arranged for the marriage to be annulled, but Bonnie continued to send letters for weeks in one she admitted, quote, I'm afraid that when we meet you're going to beat me up because of all the terrible things. I've done to you someday. Someone may. Take revenge against me. She was right. But when that revenge eventually came it wouldn't be at biz Leigh's hands. How should we determine a person's guilt? Do we defer to the evidence discovered by police or the verdict reached by a jury and what happens when the evidence and the verdict don't line up? Hi, I'm Vanessa Richardson. And this is not guilty apar- cast original each week. We look at complicated. Criminal cases that test the limits of innocent until proven guilty last week. We followed the LAPD investigation into Bonnie Lee Bakley's murder on may fourth two thousand one and how the evidence collected led them to charge Robert Blake and Earle Caldwell this week. We'll see how the evidence was presented to the jury and understand how they reached their verdict. We'll also examine the civil charges brought against Blake by Bakley's four children at par. Cast were grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do it. We love let us know. How do? Doing reach out on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help us. We also now have merchandise head to par cast dot com slash merch. For more information. After an eleven month long investigation into Bonnie's murder on may fourth two thousand one. The Los Angeles district attorney's office brought charges against Bonnie's husband of six months. The sixty eight year old actor Robert Blake as well. As Blake's bodyguard slash assistant. Forty four year old Earle Caldwell on April. Twenty second two thousand two Blake was charged with one count of murder with special circumstances and two counts of solicitation of murder. Both Blake and Caldwell were charged with one count of murder conspiracy. The charges against Caldwell were eventually dropped for lack of evidence called wells wife testified that she was with him the night of the murder in San Mateo almost four hundred miles away the murder to-do list as police called. It was actually a handyman to do list, for example. Twenty five auto was not referring to a caliber and type of gun. It was actually a reminder for Caldwell to get his oil changed at twenty five thousand miles. After the conspiracy charges were dropped Caldwell invoked, his fifth amendment rights, refusing to testify in Robert Blake's trial after cycling through several lawyers. Blakes trial was finally set to begin in the fall of two thousand four defending him was longtime trial lawyer m Gerald Schwartz back. Schwartz back started in the Detroit. Public defender's office before joining a firm in San Francisco in nineteen eighty seven. He was involved in several landmark cases that secured defendant's rights in the California legal system. It was a big change for Schwartz back to defend a man like Robert Blake known for his Beretta catchphrase don't do the crime. If you can't do the time public opinion said he was guilty as sin and shorts. Back was usually on the side of the virtuous and true. But when he looked closely at the details of Blake's case, he was disturbed by the lack of evidence tying him to the crime. This was another little guy fighting for his rights just with more income at his disposal, representing the state was deputy district. Attorney Shellie Samuels she had a near perfect record coming into the case winning forty eight of forty nine. Murder trials previously in nineteen Ninety-three. She had been named prosecutor of the year by the Los Angeles County association of deputy district attorneys, the first woman and the first San Fernando Valley prosecutor to win the award. She had the full support and confidence of Los Angeles district attorney Steve Cooley in pretrial interviews Samuels conceded that some of the evidence against Blake was circumstantial, but felt confident the jury would agree with the state's case on December. Twentieth. Two thousand four over three years and seven months after Bonnie's death the criminal proceedings against Robert Blake began. Shellie Samuels opened by making sure the jury understood the charges filed against Blake. I one count of murder with special circumstances. She explained that special. Circumstances are applied to murders. That are particularly grievous Samuel stated that Blake planned Bonnie's murder for months and waited for the opportune moment to strike this constituted lying in wait and should be grounds for more severe punishment. She wanted to make sure the jury understood the gravity of the choice in their hands and the seriousness of the accusations against Blake if they found Blake guilty he would face life imprisonment without the possibility of parole. The second charge two counts of solicitation of murder carried its own three two nine year sentence Samuels described to the jury the offers that Blake made to two stunt men and exch-. Change for killing his wife. She quoted their statements to police that Blake used words like pop wack and bump off when soliciting the men telling one, quote, she's killing me. So I want you to kill her. Samuel's paused for a moment to let Blake's callous words sink in. Then she quickly summarized for the jury saying, quote based on the evidence in this case, it can be proved beyond a reasonable doubt that this defendant. Robert Blake killed Bonny Lee Bakley now the jury had the duty to bring Robert Blake to Justice and convict him of these charges.
"robert blake" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Quote. Bonnie also told her best friend Judy howl about the failed assassination in the desert. She similarly believed Blake was responsible for Bonnie's death howl and Bonnie med in nineteen eighty-five during her Jerry Lewis days Howell was Lewis's wife's personal secretary. They became close friends over the years often taking spur of the moment trips. Together, Bonnie would pay for everything and get them into all sorts of wild situations. The Bonnie that how will new was generous to a fault. She said, quote, if she had a dollar fifty cents of it was yours and quote Howell told ITO about a trip Bonnie took to Los Angeles in the first week of September two thousand Rosie Blake had been born in June of two thousand in Little Rock Arkansas and Robert Blake hadn't had a chance to meet her yet Bonnie felt like Blake's reticence towards fatherhood had lessened. He. He even spent a thousand dollars on outfitting nursery, they were going to try raising Rosie together. But the day that Bonnie arrived in Los Angeles. She was arrested by police. She was on parole back in Arkansas for fraud and identity theft charges. She wasn't supposed to leave the state. Someone had notified her parole officer, the police put Bonnie on a plane back to Arkansas and Rosie stayed with Blake. He immediately brought the baby to his grown daughter Delina. She started raising rosy as her own as Bonnie was legally required to remain in Arkansas when Bonnie's parole was up in March of two thousand one she made the journey back out to Los Angeles. So that she could assume her rightful position as MRs Robert Blake and their little family could be together. However, Rosie remained with Delina Bonnie was only allowed to see her baby. A handful. Of times and all of their visits were supervised. It drove Bonnie crazy. She'd asked Blake daily when she'd be able to see her daughter, but he constantly put her off. On April thirtieth two thousand one Judy howl and Bonnie talked for four and a half hours plotting ways to kidnap Rosie and smuggle her back to Memphis. Judy told her quote, you go see the baby Thursday night and insist on taking her home with you. If they resist go outside and call the police, they'll let you take your own baby and quote, Judy surmised that Blake somehow overheard. The conversation Bonnie had had suspicions at one point that he'd bugged her phone after he mentioned something to her that she was certain she'd never told him hearing their plans to take Rosie must have spooked him giving him the push he needed to take action. By the end of the week. Bonnie was dead. In the eleven months following Bonnie's death. Detectives Ron Edo and Brian Tendal interviewed over one hundred fifty witnesses and cataloged nearly nine hundred pieces of evidence at five thirty pm on Thursday, April eighteenth two thousand and two they arrived at Robert Blake's home to place him under arrest. They had to wait almost an hour at the house for Blake's daughter Delina to get home and stay with Rosie officers. Simultaneously, arrested his bodyguard Earle Caldwell. They were held in jail over the weekend on Monday, April twenty second two thousand two Blake was arraigned and charged with one count of murder with special circumstances. Two counts of solicitation of murder and one count of murder conspiracy special circumstances or applied to murder charges that are. Really heinous and therefore warrant the death penalty or life in prison without the possibility of parole. Blake was accused of lying in wait to kill Bonny. Earle Caldwell was charged with one count of murder conspiracy. Both men pleaded not guilty on all counts and Robert Blake hired celebrity attorney Harland Braun to defend him. Blake hired a separate lawyer for Caldwell and covered all of his bodyguards legal expenses, including posting his one million dollar bail, Blake's special circumstances designation also made it more difficult to obtain bail, and therefore he remained in the LA county jail waiting for his preliminary hearing in the fall again the talking heads drew comparisons between Robert Blake and OJ Simpson. Would this be a tale of Hollywood Justice law? Angeles district attorney Steve Cooley was determined not to let that happen. The evidence told a clear story about Robert Blake's means motives and opportunity Cooley had everything he needed to secure Justice for Bonnie Lee, and send her murderer to prison for the rest of his life. Thanks
"robert blake" Discussed on Not Guilty
"Due to the graphic nature of this investigation and trial. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and sexuality that some people may find offensive we advise extreme caution for listeners under thirteen. On the night of may fourth two thousand one newlyweds Bonnie, Lee Bakley and Robert Blake ate dinner together. At vitelle owes an Italian restaurant in the studio city neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. It was one of Blake's regular haunts even earning him in upon dish on the menu FU Sealy ministre, Allah Robert Blake normally when he came to vitelle owes. He utilized the restaurants valet service tonight. He parked his nineteen Ninety-one dodge stealth on the street, a block and a half away after dinner Blake and Bonnie headed to his car to drive home. But before driving off Blake realized he'd forgotten something inside the restaurant. He left Bonnie to wait while he retrieved it assuring her that he'd be right back. The next ten minutes would change both of their lives forever. Blake returned to a horrific scene. Blood was everywhere. Bonnie had been shot twice and struggled with every breath. Blake frantically ran to a nearby house and they called nine one one. Blake found an off duty nurse and enlisted her help rushing her back to his car pleading for her to do what she could to save his wife. But by the time, Bonnie Lee, Bakley reached Saint Joseph medical center in Burbank at ten fifteen pm less than thirty minutes from the time she'd been shot she was dead. How should we determine a person's guilt? Do we defer to the evidence discovered by police or the verdict reached by jury and what happens when the evidence and the verdict don't line up. Hi, I'm Vanessa Richardson. And this is not guilty apar- cast original he week. We look at complicated. Criminal cases that test the limits of innocent until proven guilty. I will follow the police as they gathered evidence and testimony to build a case in charge a suspect in our next episode. We'll see that evidence play out in the courtroom and understand how the jury reached their verdict this week. We're examining the two thousand one murder of Bonny Lee Bakley will examine the investigation into her death her colorful celebrity stalking past and how police narrowed down there several suspects. Next week will follow the resulting criminal trial civil trial and see for ourselves. How the evidence matches up with the verdict at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on Facebook and Instagram at park cast and Twitter at par cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help us. We also now have merchandise. Head depar- cast dot com slash merch. For more information. LAPD Detective Ronald ITO arrived on the scene in studio city, just before midnight on may fourth two thousand one he quickly got up to speed with the other officers who had been working the area since they arrived around ten pm. They had already discovered a gun in a dumpster around the corner and believed it was the murder weapon, but the World War Two era nine millimeter pistol had no serial number which made it practically impossible to trace back to the owner. Etoh noted that sixty eight year old Robert Blake was in hysterics three times. He asked for a glass of water drained it then puked it out onto the grass. It was either very good or very bad acting from the television star ITO couldn't decide which from his career experience. Ito knew that more often than not a husband was connected to his wife's murder and Blake was the last one. To see Bonnie alive. Ito had also read tabloid headlines about Blake and his recent baby mama drama with the victim. Forty four year old Bonny Lee Bakley, he hoped the actor would cooperate with the investigation he had a reputation as being a bit temperamental. In the five years since OJ Simpson had been found not guilty discussions of celebrity privilege had continued in Los Angeles Justice system, ITO was aware of the possible impact Blake stardom from his days as TV cop Baretta might have on the case the burden of proof was that much heavier. Every step would be by the book, Robert was still visibly shaken, but agreed to accompany ITO back to the police station for an interview the detective noted that once in the car Blake's demeanor was calmer. And by the time, they reached the station he was explaining an extensive detail. All of the many reasons why several people had good reason to come after his late wife. Blake didn't mince words with the detectives Bonny Lee Bakley was a con artist. He claimed that she had been running a lonely hearts scam for thirty years writing letters to single men around the country, sending them naked pictures, pretending to be in love with them all in exchange for money. Well, she didn't outright ask for cash. Instead, she let her pen, pals know, how grateful she would be to them for a little monetary assistance. Bonnie would claim she was short on rent or her cat was sick or her car needed to be repaired. If they would just be so kind as to send her a few hundred bucks, Bonnie would fix her car and immediately drive to meet them, then she described in graphic detail how vigorously she would thank them for their help. Though. Of course, she never did show up her next letter would say she got lost or ran out of gas money or the repairs cost more than she expected. If only they could send a bit more money or even better a credit card number Robert Blake told detective ITO that he didn't know about his wife's letter service until after they married in November of two thousand Bonnie had only recently relocated to Los Angeles. So they could raise their eleven month old daughter Rosie together. Ito ask Blake to describe his relationship with Bonnie how had they met. The pair were first introduced it. Comedian Chuck McCann's sixty four th birthday party in August of nineteen ninety eight another guest screenwriter will Jordan had brought Bonnie as a date, but it was Blake that she left with they drove back to her hotel in Hollywood he said they did sleep together that night. But it wasn't a big deal. They started up a casual relationship, Bonnie, forty two at the time lived in Memphis, Tennessee, but made frequent trips to Los Angeles to see sixty five year old Blake in between visits. They talked on the phone and wrote letters regular letters. He stressed not the dirty ones. She wrote to schmucks. Bonny told Blake then that she was on birth control. But he found out later that the pill. She took were actually for Tila drugs by late nineteen ninety nine. She was pregnant when detective ITO asked Blake how he felt about the baby Blake admitted that he had hoped Bonnie would get an abortion. Instead she had the baby in June of two thousand they decided to get married. A few months later after hammering out of very aggressive prenuptial agreement. It precluded Bonnie from inheriting any of Blake's money or property at any point. She also signed a temporary custody agreement granting Blake sole physical custody of their daughter. Bonnie's visits would be pre scheduled and monitored Blake assured ITO that he was glad now to have Rosie. She was a perfect little baby girl and he loved her. But when he I found out Bonnie was pregnant he. He had no interest in being a father. Again, he was sixty eight years old with two grown children. He didn't need any more. This was why Rosie was now living with his daughter thirty four year old Delina Blake. She had wanted kids of her
"robert blake" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"After Robert Blake is. Up here, and he's screaming severely. I I know from the neighborhood here. Okay. In Los Angeles today. Police have acknowledged that the actor Robert Blake is considered a possible suspect in the murder of his wife. Robert Blake starve the seventies TV series Baretta tried and acquitted of the two thousand and one murder of his second wife, Bonny Lee Bakley. Well, it sounds like a made for TV murder mystery. But this who done it is all too real wife of actor Robert Blake wife of actor Robert Blake was killed Friday as she sat in the couple's car now a special two hour episode of twenty twenty Blake is speaking out fourteen years after his acquittal like getting this. Right. It's going to tell you because there I know he's going to tell you difficult Blake previously made headlines with his infamous jailhouse interview with Barbara Walters. Watched by twelve million people back in two thousand and three you made almost a dozen movies in which you are the played a murderer or somebody in jail. Do you think the today there are people on maybe the press who say he is that guy is that tough guy the films that you made people think is Robert Blake. No, the cops invented that person. And shoved it down presses throat and oppress loved it. They walked up and down the streets saying fifteen thousand dollars for anything bad about Robert Blake Robert innocent. Of course. Of course, I'm innocent. Of course, a minister. Found guilty. What are they gonna do to me? What are they gonna do? Donald ready. They took away my entire past. They took away my entire future already. Oh, what's left for him to take the eighty five year old Robert Blake of today? Still speaking his mind, I'm not giving up and stick a gun in my mouth. I'm not juicing. I taken dope you say. Well, why don't you work 'cause I'm half dead? If you live to be yourselves, and you'll never beat anybody with more murals in their life to me. Now, while Blake was acquitted for Bakley's murder, he was found liable for her wrongful death in a civil case brought by Bakley's children and was ordered to pay millions after an appeal. They settled that confidentially, but you see Robert Blake still has a lot to say. There are a lot of parallels. Because just like Robert Blake OJ was also found criminally liable in the civil suit not to pay any money because he had no money news. Heightened his pension and everything. But there are some similarities here the reason why in part why believe Robert Blake got off. And I think he's connected to the lack of sympathy for the victim involved. Very different for bodily Bakley as opposed to the coal Brown. Simpson. If I'm not mistaken Bonny Lee Bakley that was like her ninth marriage from mistaken to when she got finally got around to Robert Blake. So Josh played this next clip with inside edition. I think the address that in here you may hear some of the stuff twice. But. It's interesting how she is characterized in this audio. We the jury in the above entitled action find the defendant, Robert Blake not guilty of the crime of first degree murder fourteen years after he was acquitted of murdering his wife actor Robert Blake is launching a tirade against the police and prosecutors to this day, I hate him. I'm still here. You bastards still here? I didn't die in a box. You got it. I'm still here. Eighty five years old on beatable to hill and gone, but I'm still here. And you're still pounded a beat smoke that Blake spoke with twenty twenty four a two hour special on the Hollywood saga that transfixed America. A lot of people look back on this case. And they say, oh, how did Robert Blake get off? And the answer is because there wasn't a lot of evidence. Could you buy? Blake was a child actor who rose to fame playing a psychopathic killer in in cold blood and a detective on TV's Beretta. In November two thousand he married Bonny Lee Bakley small time swindler who'd been married nine times nine baby daughter rose who Blake doted on after just seven months of marriage Lonnie Lee was shot dead. In the passenger seat of Blake's car just moments after leaving talion restaurant where they've been having dinner Blake ran to a neighboring house for help. And that neighbor called nine one one of the after Robert Blake.
"robert blake" Discussed on WWL
"A hold on western row. So coach grooten opt for third and sixteen rather than four and five. Actually, it's a spot foul. So maybe that might change things. Spot foul. So it's actually my third and forever twenty one. It looks like here as they back. It all the way up to the rebel forty seven yard line. They gotta get it to the Bronco thirty to six minutes and counting here in the first half Zachary twenty western road. Tin. Rebels. Have it third forever? Commons in the shotgun. He wants to throw. He's under pressure and he sacked sack back around the thirty seven yard line. The punt. Left tackle got the. Effective emphasis, accurate ran up to field, the left tackle, turn the shoulders. So he was able to come on the day. And we always tell these defense events are coach if you come underneath you better get the sack Blake Robert Blake ever to have that why kicks that he launched? And then again is the overset aegypti rep Justice. He said he'd he knew it right away. Great job on the pass rush on that staffers. Cedric Brown, the sophomore defensive end got home for the sack and western rose. Nafta Pont, it's a high wobbly kicked it's fair caught by channel with the twenty five so promising possession for western rose get stopped with a penalty and then a sack as they're going to take a tunnel afield. We'll take one as well. Five seventeen to play here in the first half Zachary twenty western route ten Broncos with the football. When we come.
"robert blake" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Word about Cellcom. Does he have a star? Yeah. But to your point there are plenty of people who are creepers and have done horrible things and possible, murderers, etc. To me, also, it is a different conversation. Do we take the star of the Hollywood walk of fame? That's a different conversation. Then do we continue to air this TV show that the person start in on network television, those are other conversations? But this is literally just a just a star on a walk that you wouldn't even be my my point earlier of this is distracting us from the actual conversations that should be happening is that to be to be concerned to be concerning ourselves with whether or not he gets to keep his star on the walk. The thing is not the thing that we should be focusing on. Right. And actually, if I'm being perfectly honest, I've been sort of irritated because today the big story was he's already been assaulted in prison. With the hamburger hotdog sale hotdog button that apparently got thrown at him. But that our focuses on that today and not on the many women who came forward as victims of his especially on this day when this other things happening that we're not talking about. But this is front and center talking about being victims of sexual violence that that's where attention should be. Well, not about whether or not Bill Cosby gets to keep his plot. It's you know, that's ridiculous. Yeah. No. I absolutely agree. I mean, that's why I said, yeah. Of the things that we need to be worrying about right now. Bill Cosby's star in Hollywood, walk of fame is probably not worth our time. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. How many word on whether or not Phil Collins has a star on the walk of fame. Oh, Phil Collins, I getting Robert Wagner. Yes. Robert blake. No. And Phil spector. No. So Phil Collins. I'm not sure if anyone paid for I saw quick article. There's like a Michael Jackson one. Oh, yeah. You could say things about him. Apparently, Don, Cornelius has one and he was charged with domestic assault or something. So again, it's not to just I don't even hesitate. Just bring this up to make the point. Because then it sounds like I'm really trying to defend this point. And that sounds like a conversation. I don't wanna have either I'm not here to defend gross people who do things right. The Hollywood.
New trade deal signed with South Korea while U.S. says Canada not making concessions needed for NAFTA deal
"And while we're trying to work out NAFTA, and China and Japanese trade agreements in the European Union. The president did announce yesterday a new US South Korea trade deal called the historic milestone, and his he and South Korean president moon Jae in signed a free trade agreement and the president said our two countries have set an example of friendship and cooperation portrayed that rarely use see in this age NAFTA Canada is failing to make concessions needed to reach a deal with the United States for a trilateral NAFTA pack in time is running out before Washington will proceed with Mexico only agreement according to US trade Representative. Robert Blake is earlier ESPN and Mexico has been buying a lot of corn from the US last week a total of two hundred and sixty eight thousand tonnes and today, but two hundred thirty nine thousand tons of corn from the US going to
"robert blake" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Little little rascals spanky. And. Alfalfa, yeah, well Virginia spank because Robert Blake was one of. The girls Now what does he plan rascals who was he, again on the little rascals Robert Blake can't remember but he's, quite a little. Rascal that Robert Blake. Isn't he just like you curl your? Chest. Cute, little rats wait a minute I'm not like Robert Blake Well back. When. He was a little kid in the. Little, rascal that's true I? Did love Baretta though I did a few minutes that. Was, a great, show remember that show just keep your eye on, the Sparrow ionosphere I think Sammy Davis junior right seem Hello, Hello he sang. The theme songs and. Radio That's right. Yeah? Because I. Have. A face for radio and that's why So anyway it's, passed news time Roger Hey I wanna talk a little bit about. This Bodey grand. Slam listen that. Something did you see? It, yeah I wanna talk about. That, no I did, not but I went to yesterday's game and they. Lost so they played three games against the. Nationals I went to one of them and they lost that. One he lost Told me here's what here's what messages then xactly yeah my brother, text me after, they lost because he knew I was at, the game and he said stay away from Wrigley? Field till. The winter yeah he said that's what he, told me. Said I could go there in the winter weather is very smart Steve Cochran show celebrates the most. Valuable person on. The planet weekday mornings at seven twenty on seven twenty WGN Chicago smart speaker users just say play WGN radio on tune in it is twelve. Oh two here's. The news with Roger badesch seventy. Four fair skies at O'Hare fans of STAN recuiter stood in lines. Wrapped around, the United Center to pay tribute yesterday Makita passed, away, Tuesday from dementia care alone has gone to. Game since she. Was seven.
"robert blake" Discussed on WCPT 820
"I think is particularly interesting with regard to bruce rauner because you know his fellow republican donald trump now wants to pardon rob the gory which would which would kind of throw a monkey wrench into the all of these commercials you've been running that when the link j b pressure to the wrong traveling abroad oh you're going to say robert blake guilty of anything so by by default debbie pritzker association with bottom boy begovic criminal you know right so i mean how much further can we go with this i mean the the problem here is that you know you either you these people are intentionally being obtuse or two they are in fact oblivious to the notion that there are levels of indignation an insult in this country and they do not all equal the same thing so when you insult someone by calling them the seaward yes these people have a right to be offended and people have a right to call it inappropriate however that is not on a level with a racist comment that kind of what you saw from roseanne barr because it has to do with the history of racism in this country and the people of who are of african american backgrounds so you don't tell me it's the same thing if i if i make a joke as or bill maher has done with regard to donald trump being warned skinned well we don't have a history of rich white guys in america being oppressed and and being dehumanized so when somebody wants to call him you know funny orange get name you know what you don't have the same effect on him and people like him you know unless there a whole lot of you know white guy who are billionaires who feel that their disempowered in america versus insulting race of people who who have historically been enslaved and disenfranchised that's the difference mr president and he's not understanding this either again you know tells us that he that he really is as ignorant as we thought he was and and poorly educated or to is just being intellectually dishonest so you either one is qualifies him as so many other things do from being president but i'm not telling anybody out there anything that they don't already know donald trump and intellectualism is a misnomer absolutely and and again his voters you know.
"robert blake" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Controversial murder cases include casey anthony starter kaley and shandra levy robert blake's wife bonny lee bakley and also run dmc jan chan master jay drew peterson's wife that story has wife stacey all the good stuff tomorrow thursday march twenty ninth nine pm on any march clark investigates the first forty all right yes i imagine this would be covered but you know how you said the other day like bodily bakley wasn't exactly like a sympathetic figure it was just listening to something about her do you know they they think she might have been married like forty times or some crazy number just like china soak these dudes and do all this very point groups were married just he certainly didn't deserve to die but these people it's like they have checkered past and this is going to be a very interesting show there's couple things that you learn that most most everyone that's killed this killed by somebody they know and then that's the one stat that they don't really give out too often talked to homicide detectives you'll figure it out eighty six percent of people who are killed deserve it now they don't talk about it on those shows but not a story of her scratching around on all those stories we're so here's what we here's what we as a society here's what we devour dingo took my baby i put my put my girl in a room i kissed her good night i wanted my room the next day i woke up the window was opened on.
"robert blake" Discussed on Reasonable Doubt
"Anthony's daughter kayleigh shandra levy that's one we spoke about robert blake's wife bonny lee bakley also run dmc's jam master jay and drew peterson's wife all covered by marcia clark thursday march twenty nine what what jill nine pm on any any so the attorney gary yeah i might be butchering this name but dave furious team you are e s e n okay yes call up and they do a little cross examination on by former federal prosecutor adjunct professor of law rear admiral to cross on him as to why he's doing family law i i'm with you i try not to be too cynical but when i hear about a move like this uncontested i'm with i mean your camp one hundred percent it's inexplicable something right they something they've gotten somebody has told them through the joint defense agreement and my jew we've been speculating and i love speculating that's what we do here is that once they once they focused on jared and don jr that those were the guys that they had to be going after bin because they need one or both of them in order to get to trump and this is by the way for any of you who are asking why why how whatever this is exactly what the feds do this is this is this could not be you couldn't find a blueprint that fits better than what's going on with this investigation one of the stormy daniel daniel stories i heard was that cohen's signed the release on.