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"ron kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Jewish neighborhoods. Then you run the very real risk of it being declared unconstitutional, so I don't know. I mean, look, believe it or not, I have very, very dear and close friends in the Hasidic community. And I've had for many, many years, and I understand that Jewish life in those communities is extremely communal. I mean, during the pandemic, they don't sit around and watch Netflix at night. You know the entertainment the joy of life. The whole purpose of existence is Tio worship God within these communal settings, and these were not rich people, their apartments or small, They're crowded and and that's what this is A real public health problem. Now, I think, ultimately outreach. Is going to have to be the way to go, lest we be accused of being anti quick. Around with Ron Kuby. Michael is awesome. Is this commie pinko attorney? I'm a lot more respectful, innately affectionate. He's a civil rights attorney. But since I like to talk about all things legal with you, we have an election four weeks from today. Do you think this is going to just be one legal hot potato That's going to go all the way the Supreme Court if the president keeps banging on about mail in voting Well, what depends on how Mr Super spreader Mister don't mask Don't tell actually manages to navigate these next few weeks. I mean song up there last night. If you were just if you don't pay attention to the words, which I try not to and just look at the person he was certain sucking in air like some giant puffer fish that's been beaten so so don't I don't know. I think that for those of us who are concerned both about election integrity and voting this guy out of office if we can put in person We should vote in person. We should all over the country have some sort of massive turnout off anti Trump boat showing that that the American people genuinely do repudiate This illustration. In these policies we genuinely don't want another four years like the past four years, especially not another year like 2020, and that'll help convince You know, the American people is a hole that our will is going to be carried out. The Supreme Court is not the place where we should be deciding elections. All right. Gotta Ron Ron Kuby. Supposing that I just I just started. Ron Kuby spokesman. Iron's appreciate talking about whether it's moral or not to wish he who must not be named that you should die. I mean, that's no stop. Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Stop! Go back! Go back to defend Iran! Hiss! OK, thanks for It's good to talk to you coming up next. Hey, Alice Stockton, Rossini. Wooo, crackerjack reporter. She is in some of the some of these neighborhoods that the mayor wants to shut down. Is there some anti Semitism going on? We're going to check in with Alice Stock and Rossini coming up next. I'm Bernie Fighter. What Here. W o r traffic. It's been tough going. If you normally travel stretch of North Conduit Avenue on the westbound side, it's still closed by leopards Boulevard. Ongoing police activity crash occurred during the overnight hours. We're seeing some heavy delays there and on the Bronx River Parkway and with about 233rd Street equation, slowing it down. Meantime, on the eastbound side, the beach we by Flushing Avenue, disable vehicle blocks off the left hand lane, your gem. Back from the belt merge. So coming off the inbound go on us all the way out past the Brooklyn Bridge and by Flushing Avenue. That's an extensive, slow down step, not expressway crawling on the eastbound side into Richmond Avenue. It is all because of AH Rough road surface. This report sponsored by the positive coaching lion's Got issues with you. Thor High School Sports Positive coaching lines can help PC, a national nonprofit offers more than 1000 free online resource is for youth and high school sports coaches, parents, students and administrators. Visit PC, a death zone dot org's Our next traffic updates and 15 minutes. Now, take a look at the We owe our weather forecast relative looking morning Beautiful blue sky takes us right on through this Tuesday High near 70 overnight Tonight some clouds around 59 suburbs. Not quite that Miles, Tamara. Few clouds around breezy, high 74 with some showers to our north. Thursday, mostly.
"ron kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Jason's course. That's Jason. Oh, that's hollow. Wayne. Jason, You don't want this guy on your side. You really don't Once you asked me the best sports movie of all time. Well, Okay. Anyway, this is Louis. Survey by two B to B is ranking Halloween as these lost ikon. Yeah. You know what to be is right, Len. To be or not to be. It's what it's what he's put on since Cove it too. Come on. It's a streaming service cheese. Get with this place. We will be And you know that t u b? I okay? It's a streaming service. Okay. Anyway, I'm gonna pick Halloween is the best Halloween. There you go. Good move. What would you pick a second? Second Halloween, Halloween to to let me just get rid of this guy right away Nightmare on Elm Street and scream. Scariest villain of all time. Oh, that would be Hannibal Lecter. Freddy Krueger. Michael's got. He's going to kill you. Land you get. You gotta get some help from the listener. You are not going to do well with women. I I only need one listener. I think Lenny's about five people. Finally, finally here, the most island The most iconic quote from a scary movie. This a good good line. Ah, it's coming from inside the house. No, no. I ate him with a nice Chianti and follow beans. Oh, that's pretty good. Like no, No, no. I see dead people from Seoul. Right? Of course. Yeah, right, right. No, he doesn't. But I never got past the fifth sense movie I'd ever got to the city's thanks subservient. Can't wait for trivia. Natalie. This is gonna be fun on Friday for trivia. 9057 10, Wooo. Thanks, Joey Appreciated coming up Next. We have colorful attorney Ron to be. I mean, Coby Ron could be Get his take on businesses that may be forced to shut down tomorrow. Ron Kuby is coming up next Bernie better with wfor traffic..
"ron kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The way have the option. They can put this 10% surcharge on your bill at the end of the meal, and by the way, they can use the money that they make on that 10% surcharge anyway. They want it's not going to be shared with the city goes right to the restaurant. It stays in place for 90. Days after the pandemic in indoor dining, Full indoor dining is back so that could be released, meaning another. A year, maybe possibly s. So now The only push back we've heard is some restaurant worker unions have said they worry that waiters and bus staff will get smaller tips because people will give less because they're paying that 10% surcharge. I don't believe that I think people when they go out to eat. Now we're giving higher tips than ever. They're trying to help these guys and gals out. Yeah, I think it's a good It's a good thing. I 10% doesn't seem that onerous. I know every buck counts to a lot of people and you know, you and I are going to be a little bit more forgiving along those lines, but I think that sounds like Chinese restaurant people have been slammed. And they've been. It's been a double whammy. Because the city has been so slow. They're they're still not open until what? The 30th indoor dining Yeah, and then and only 25%. And then you know that summer dining is going to go away when it gets cold unless they could put those heat lamps back out there, and there's been no approval of that. So Look, it's not a right to be able to go out to eat. If you want to go out it is, you know, it's it's entertainment, and I think you know you got this is one of those times you got to put out a little more cash to do so I got no problem doing that. Quickly. I just wantto mentioned William Barr statement, which opened a lot of eyes and slavery, which was a different kind of restraint. This is the greatest intrusion on civil liberties in American history. Hey, saying, if there's a complete lock down around the country, it's It's the worst thing on civil liberties since slavery we have. Ah, Ron Kuby, coming up at 805 can't wait to hear his take on that. He's a famed civil rights attorney, and we'll talk to him then so a lot going on this morning. Let's get right to the news desk. That tragedy in Brooklyn. Joe just just awful with the The fire truck and the ambulance. Here's the news with Joel Barlow Day Joe are already land. Yes, one person is dead, eight first responders injured. This was an accident this morning involving an F D N y vehicle in an ambulance. It was an ambulance and a ladder truck. They collided it Myrtle and Troop Avenue in Brooklyn. Ah, 59 year old man in the ambulance was killed. Another passenger critically hurt. Six firefighters in to Mt. Suffered minor injuries and it's still causing traffic problems this morning. More protests expected today, with teachers trying to delay the start of in person learning in the city. They say it's not safe, and some parents agree and refusing to send their kids to school a little bit uncertain about sending him back to.
"ron kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Good morning. New York. 7 10. W O R. All right, So we like to have a mix of opinions on this show. I mean, lend kind of leans to the left, and I lean to the right. And you know, we have some good guests here who have differing points of view from what my point of view might be. And one of my favorite communists. Red diaper. Babies of all time is or Ron Kuby, the famed a civil rights attorney, and I know he sometimes gets the listeners hackles up. But I always love to hear from my whole buddy Ron Kuby because you may disagree with them. But there is nobody smarter about a lot of things that Ron Kuby Good morning, Ron, How you doing? Hey. Good morning, Michel. Thank you. I'm one of your favorite communists who were the others. It was the Lizz Julie, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg. And you know what happened to them, right? Yeah. It's favorite living Communist probably would work. How are you getting your way? We're fine. Hey, Rod, I gotta ask you something, though. I mean, we're talking, you know about this pandemic, and we got this Mayor de Blasio, saying Indoor dining may not happen until 2021. I mean you live in the city as I do, You know, A lot of these restaurants aren't going to survive. Is there anything these restaurant owners can do to challenge the mayor when he tells them you mean Not have indoor dining until a year from now, and you're gonna go broke. Well as a legal matter. I mean, the answer is you can always file a lawsuit. I mean, you know, hire lawyers filed filed lawsuits like, you know, Hurling flying monkeys have things like The Wizard of Oz. Whether it's going to do any good is no. I mean, there's a tremendous amount of authority in a public health emergency, and and and look, I mean, I've I've enjoyed the little vibe of of you know, Paris on 23rd Street. In New York with everybody, you know late of traffic on outdoor tables. It's really you know, kind of very, very sweet, but I recognize that come winter that that's not going to be foreseeable, but but Michael 30,000 People in New York City died during the pandemic in March, April May and June. 30,000 weak and look, Is it fair? Is it like restaurant owners? Bear. The brunt or one of the brunt of the economic problems is a consequence of dealing with the pandemic. It's not fair, you know, But there's many, many things that are unfair and and the notion that the consequences fall disproportionately across the population has always been true. Andi So, yes, it's very sad, Michael and it would be nice if the city had some money..
"ron kuby" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Federal agents. Not only in Portland, where they are, but also to New York on less, De Blasio gets a handle on the situation in this city. Trump is squarely behind the forces of law and order, where the Democrats and progressives They love protest ng. They love chaos. They love turning everything upside down. They love shanty towns. They love blue tarps. They love, tambourines and folk songs and all that kind of stuff. B But you know, we got a lead. You can't have the city's falling apart under under Democrats. I mean, every city that's in trouble is in trouble because a Democrat is running it. Democrats chaos Where's the chaos in New York City, where you have to send in federal troops were exactly where you were. You were No, no, no, no, We're you down. Were you down by City Hall? It all if you know, but it was very PTO all over certain all over. Serbia is sending the federal troops because there's graffiti. Yes, it's the beginning of the frame of the fabric of society. You gotta you know, get people together. You gotta gotta whip him into shape. Gotto make him you know, do the right thing and not be camping out under blue tarp. There all the time. And in Portland, it's a mess. And how about those? Places in Seattle. I mean, you seem to you liberal seem to excuse this in Seattle. They had those free police zones. No police. You know it was going on there. People were being sexually harassed. Some people got shot. People were being assaulted. But you're like, Well, you know, I mean, hey, if that's what the people want, gotta let her listen to the people is not your attitude, like a failed sounds like a failed experiment. So we'll clean it up. Here's what our somebody got A mayor has to say. Here's what our steam mayor has to say about, you know, sending in federal agents to see if he tried to do it. It would only create more problems. It would backfire wouldn't make us safer and we would immediately take action in court to stop it. Good authority calls it. A bunch of this would be yet another example of illegal and unconstitutional actions by the president. And I know that's often had to confront him in court, and we usually win. First of all, I don't know if any of that is true. I think the president does have well last Ron Kuby coming up next, but he made the president may have the constitutional authority to send troops into a place that is falling apart. Where there's civil unrest, and there has been civil unrest in this city. All right. Let's our buddy Jonathan Karl at the White House for ABC actually asked Kayleigh mcenany the question you just rose about Presidential authority, and now he has the question in regards to war in the Constitution..
"ron kuby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Now, those of you that are New York area radio listeners remember Ron Kuby from his time on the radio. But you may also, of course know that he is a distinguished civil rights attorney and criminal defense attorney in his own, right. So we were talking about Charles Joe Hynes, and some of the people that were wrongfully convicted while he was the this is Ron Kuby who's rapper record represented some of those people actually. Okay. So many things I it's kind of a long story Franken and while the case. Came to white in the last couple of years of Joe Hines tenure in the office the practices that led up to those convictions on spanned Hines entire career in that office. And and preceded him as well. Today's world darling was been Holtzman news all over NBC talking about the Watergate commission was also Brooklyn DA before Hines, and so much of the bad practice, and institutional culture and corruption. On the part of the NYPD in Brooklyn. Detectives began took Rhode and began to flourish under Liz Holzman now traces Heinz did very little to make it any better. But he didn't start it. He just sort of continued it and what went wrong in Brooklyn. Was was what what went wrong in New York City, generally, which is white people got really afraid of black people committing crimes, and we're white people get afraid, and they have state power is we tend to have we created an institutional apparatus to incarcerate as many people as we possibly can that we're afraid of we don't particularly care how it's done. Well, respective of what Kuby said there in terms of white people having state power, which is a separate discussion. We really I made an effort to get as many diverse points of view as possible on this podcast. So if you have some time later, maybe before the Super Bowl I'd encourage you.
"ron kuby" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The name Theresa Patricia Okumu sound familiar to you. Because it's not really Mary. She is the woman who climbed the statue of liberty to on the fourth of July to protest the separation of families at the Mexican border. There you go. She was found on Monday yesterday by judge Gabriel Gorenstein found her guilty of trespassing disorderly conduct and interfering with government functions. She had a one day bench trial. She was crying on the witness Dan guilty of that too. By the way. Because I saw it. I was guilty of that trespassing. Yeah. It could it was pretty easy to find her guilty, especially talked about it afterwards. So she was convicted on three misdemeanor charges a could Senator to jail for a year and a half. No way. Yup. On the witness stand day. Oh, yeah. Because they found that she endangered the lives of. Her rescuers. Oh, injured herself and the NYPD and you park police officers rescued and apprehended her. The according to the attorney, the act of climbing the base of the statue of liberty went well beyond peaceful protest, a right? We certainly respect it was a crime that people at grave risk because remember there like hanging out over the edge of the statue trying to get her personally, you would be kind of fun though till like be a rescue worker and to have to scale the statue of liberty to save the woman. I mean, isn't there some sort of like man, this was one of the cooler days of my year? Maybe I especially if his fourth of July, and you're pretty much union. So you're getting like triple time. I mean, I guess I mean, she did imperil them. Yeah. I'm with you. I'm following. Yeah. On the stand. She was crying said I had been destroyed by the plate of our broken immigration system. So that's why she did it. She was wearing blue outfit littered with statements protesting Trump's immigration policies. One included. No human is illegal on stolen land. She's sick. She's going to be sentenced marched fit March fifth. The judge said he could not give her a free pass simply because she claims that scaling the wall and protests Trump's immigration policies was an act of conscience. What is your purchasing family separation? Wasn't the one that was her thing. Yeah. I mean. And now she's going to be an cage. But will it be in ObamaCare? Because I've ever recall correctly. She said she was protesting the images of the separation the images of the of the people being separated and in cages. The images you saw from the Obama administration. You realize that there was the two thousand fourteen photos of people during the Obama administration the images that got you upset don't have anything to do with Donald Trump party really clear about that. What would the story gets even better because guess who is one of the people representing her? Gone. Eleven atty. Casts. Talk of another ale in the column. Forever natty? He's he's bad. Like one fifty three. Does he have a victory of any kind yet? I don't know defense lawyer Ron Kuby also was there with her. And he said he was going to ask the judge to sentence her for time served when she is sentenced on March fifth. He said the fact that people say there are consequences for what you do. There is a penalty for what you have done in. No way suggests that it's proper or decent to impose those consequences or to impose those penalties. Wait what? So there's there's consequences and penalties for your actions. But that doesn't mean it's right to impose the consequences and penalties. According to Ron Kuby avenue, Atty said the verdict today was not surprising in light of the letter of the law. But sometimes you have to stand on principle. He said the Trump administration's draconian policies of separating children from parents stripping children for mothers has no place in any civilized society on earth never on any American soil. So she doesn't get sentenced to two time in jail. She doesn't get sentenced or if it's a light sentence. You know avenue ATI is going to be claiming victory. Oh, I like how it sounds like he's claiming a victory anyway here, right? He's like, well the law makes a really clear that she's guilty. So you know, that's it. That's the the black letter of the law. Wait a second. You just failed. You just failed to convince the court that she didn't break the law y your job was the defender and keep her from this, and you didn't and you really claiming like, oh, well, it's the law. What does she hire you for? What was your job precisely Michael avenue? Quick money to pay off all his other debts five.
"ron kuby" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"But you have to have a responsibility to your shareholders. The Knicks have not been a successful franchise for the better part of two decades. The woman who scaled the base of the statue of liberty on the fourth of July to protest President Trump's immigration policies, testified before a federal judge in Manhattan today. Patricia Okumu says she had nightmares over the images of migrant children being separated from their parents at the border with Mexico and couldn't live with the site of children in cages without bringing the issue to a broader audience. A coup is facing this misdemeanor charges of trespassing interference with the functions of a government agency and disorderly conduct one of her attorneys is Ron Kuby who says police blew the whole thing out of proportion. She got to the point that she climbed to without incident. She ultimately left without incident. The evacuation of the entire liberty island was a wild overreaction. Judge. Gabriel Gorenstein says he may rule later today. If he finds her guilty sentencing will come at a later date. Wins. News time seven President Trump faces a showdown with congress this week on his border wall. He says he's willing to shut down the government. If he doesn't get the five billion dollars needed for his wall. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer says the president doesn't have the votes in the house or Senate, and he should accept a much smaller border security appropriation. Some confusion remains after the death of a seven-year-old girl from Guatemala. She died shortly after crossing the border with her father correspondent, Ed Levin. Dera has more congressional delegation is expected to visit the border patrol station in New Mexico where this young girl from what was I treated a little.
"ron kuby" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"I remember from west bend, fus three going to say this again, get a lawyer, get a lawyer, no matter what it is that you've done Rondo lawyer, even if you're innocent, speak to know unless a lawyer is standing right next to you. Yeah, especially if you're innocent. I mean my again, get Ron Kuby Kuby on it getting that Cubie Heqiu. You know, why do we want to kill her loved one so much like why is that. Have to be like, why do I guess I do understand this sort of passion that come from knowing somebody for Milan time and and the things that I were cute than are now a knowing that eventually turned into a Black River of hatred down deep in your soul or sure I don't want to. I'm not going to bring those Abreau skew family into this, but I will say if you do want to play the long game, you just very buttery foods, very, very fatty foods. Not a lot of exercise be like, just sit, sit owed, you owe more cigarettes. Maybe you want some whiskey. Oh, we got some gingers random picked up a whole foods, you know, you can do it. That's just the long game of, you know. Even my mom openly talks about poisoning my father. Every time she can. She constantly brings us up how she can't wait for him to pass. And eventually she will go to France with somebody she'll meet at a quilt store like she has a lot of escape plans, right, lotta fun fences. Here's here's a hot take spoke to get a divorce, get a divorce. I know that it seems daunting to break up with somebody. I know it seems especially, and this is also like, I mean, we've all been trapped and even semi abusive like the idea of being in a semi abusive thing like you just get your shit. You do whatever you take, you wait for them and go to sleep. Eventually, they got to go to sleep. Sure. And you get your shit. You gotta go back ready to go at any time and you leave rise leave, and then you'll deal with the fucking shit afterwards hop on you kill them. Well, that's the, you know, pulling the band aid off. That's what you gotta do. But of course we are not here if you are in any kind of relationship like that. Of course, yes. Get help and get on out. Which of course, yeah. Absolutely. I mean, I have no idea what I'm talking about. I'm not a therapist. I know for a fact that I, I have a go back, but it's for me and my family and it's for when the shit goes down. Yes, actually, I will take all of whatever cash I have and I will melt it down into a series of gold objects and that's where all of my money will be with the precious stones that I have. And then when I'm traveling amongst the Inca, some down in South America, I'll be able to trade for good, but you do understand that it's it's mostly paper money that we deal with in this country, and that just turns to ask you do know that. So we'll turn saying I wanna get a wanna have like, you're going to turn you into paddle. Are you gonna go and turn your cash to gold, or are you going to start going to take? That's exactly what a big gold pentagram that I hang on the wall that is technically all of my money with rubies in it..
"ron kuby" Discussed on Abe Lincoln's Top Hat
"Wow all right let's go to brooklyn chris is on the phone chris thanks so much for calling in man what do you want to say about all this regarding let's let's just focus on route giuliani think this is helping trump dea think that this was what donald trump sent him out to do or is this just really mucking it up for the guy to remember the big lebowski of course love the big lebowski i want me you know painting real lawyer out there i'm sorry rudy has ever since rudi stop being mayor of america he's basically been a lobbyist right i mean his his his his legal work is the reason why he did not become attorney general or secretary of state or get any cabinet position in the in the in the trump administration's will i think he could have become attorney general you could have had that position had he wanted evidently he turned that one down now even with the rubber stamp there's too many things in i'm not going to go into details about what giuliani partners was doing for the last ten years but they've had some rather dirty dealing with other countries and iran sanctions come to mind is one of the things would have come up as a block even with a rubber stamp majority in the senate i don't think rudi was going to fly right through there you know for many reasons but i think you're missing appoint here bed it's just like this was supposed to be the dream team you know i'm bringing on rudy giuliani me my man i got named though i know but i didn't really give that any credence whatsoever i mean i think ron kuby probably would have been better.
"ron kuby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Hello to felicia livingston i presume hello felicia yes i have a denunciation if i may uh ron kuby is one of the most repulsive loathsome the people i've ever seen at you would like him if he were cop killer a criminal or anti american well i'm not going to let you as you know stay here and uh and and critique and insult my friend ron um you don't you agree with lawns politics sign you don't agree with the clients he sake and as a criminal offence attorney fine uh you don't agree the things he says fine let me say something when you know it it in terms of a caliber of person who is not only very good company but generous financially generous with his time that is a great husband to his wife that is an incredible father to his daughter there is nobody that fits that description better then ron kuby i've seen ron kuby turned down tv appearances on cnn and fox news because he does wanna miss his daughter's a basketball game uh that's the kind of person ron kuby as and outlook he says a lot of things that i don't agree with uh he has done a lot of things that i find annoying i'm not gonna let you sit here and an insult him as person sorry you know i'm happy to have a discussion you want to say oh he shouldn't have done this with coun ferguson or he should have taken a different approach when he was representing a khalid sheikh mohammed that's fine but it's these these ad hominem attacks of attacking him as being loathsome that i think it says a lot more about you then says about him quite frankly so shame on you um now completely different note one of the things that i was afraid that was going to happen has happened please i started inviting people to this m super impromptu super bowl party then i'm having this afternoon so i invite melinda keller of.
"ron kuby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Launch point move the pockets be able to run those naked the bootleg gotta the system and thing that the bears defense it really done its bit religion scout up against one and not let anybody run a rushing touchdowns against them for them at home i think the bears actually witnessed football game i double digits favored so let's start with detroit cleveland the lions are a ten point favorite at home against the browns a once the is there any reason to believe cleveland king gave the lions a game this afternoon no right let's head out to pittsburgh let's head out indianapolispittsburgh on the road in indy against the called for senate quarterback the steelers starting to find their way obviously one about the colts any reasonably the cult's can give the steelers a scare you know that one of the things that you look at you waiver if you've been trying to manipulate the all ron kuby prepare you i've never won this whole thing with the quarterback with putin and through law i mean when you really look at if they really met holed up your parking spot when you go i when i was a player by dr jeanpierre die i'll never forget barton the dr james anthony zinni that you're getting a major league pitcher they'd rather have who tomba john bibby i mean dr the turks there shoul their because of how difficult it is to come back and you really don't go once you start talking about methods the whoa peterkov i'll bet ability to come back and we it the way that you want you with an organization that the player far it is and when you look at them as an organization and you see that in luck and he hurt his shoulder in two thousand fifteen like this is gonna be a long time ago for them out and see the.
"ron kuby" Discussed on KTRH
"Hollywood though that i would go to other kathy calls and sharing office is with them he ruin my chances getting on star trek the motion picture he ruin my chances on getting a little logan's are on television series and i was into wilkins ron kuby how do i know you had any chance anyway well i had a chance because of the people i had worked with the foreign because the talent i am a talented accurate a voice artist and in this guy singlehandedly ruin my acting career which drove me to outside shows that i produce myself drove me more in this special effects of i've got about a hundred to thirty special effects credit but that doesn't change the fact that might passion of acting was completely destroyed by this guy because of the power that he had no sounds terrible but you chose a crazy prisons to go into anyway this is uh uh i mean it's a horrible thing it ugh awful but uh that this goes to show you goes on with all kinds of men women hey bill thanks for calling uh it's interesting now what did you say that this was from mayor atlanta oh alannah so he said atlanta let's go to alana alannah in minneapolis minnesota hail and how you doing i'm good how are you let me check not pet hey i will comment on gwyneth paltrow and angelina jolie is coming out of there being abuse or whatever wind seem to them but he made a pass at the methods well yeah well they could have still says something they come from how hollywood elite with their family is you know they didn't have anything to fear for their career five i feel if their complicit in allowing that to go in and out of federal he probably are but this two things one maybe this goes on with a fifty people that they know and it's not that uncommon this within saying or they don't wanna get sued and be in court have to deal with this you know sometimes you a that happens is going to.
"ron kuby" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Was older but i looked for a young for my age o so he thought he would get the best of both worlds legal and young boyishlooking and he would do crazy thing very bizarre things like he wanted me and he knew he added i had a girlfriend who with with her parents in texas that weekend she and her uh brother and he was asking me what i was doing that weekend and i know exactly what he was talking about so i just looking in the eyes messaid marvin i've got my own circle of friends if you know what i mean and he was trying to get me to come over and he would have a copy of the daily variety city monies dashed any would asked me to reach over his shoulder and turn the pages for him like at the banoco away no aimed at trying to reach across it share andy shoulder there's no way that i couldn't make contact with him physically animals like that that went on well helpless you're an actor and you see this fifth year so you must have been to a million casting things a million produces what percentage would you see this stuff came up uh it didn't come up very often with other people so it's like less than 1 percent of the time who has a wellnoted hollywood though that i would go to other kathy calls and be sharing office is with them he ruined my chances getting on star trek the motion picture he ruined my chances on getting logan's run television series and i was in but wilkins ron kuby how do i know you had any chance anyway well i had a chance because of the people i had worked with the foreign because the talent i am a coward at actor in a voice artist and.
"ron kuby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"In his own right he said that was what he found to be the most surprising thing about sammy's testimonies that he wasn't mention and karen girvan o of that awful reality show uh what is that show mob lives she i remember when the show first launched and she was doing an n of you i think with men coun and mankad was attacking her for her father which i think is a little unfair nobody can help their father as but karen's explanation of why he was a good guy was exactly that that he protected certain members of his crew and left them out of his testimony now either you gonna tell the truth or you're not in my view sammy girvan out is the worst of both worlds he's a rat and he's a liar now if that weren't bad enough what did sammy grow hunault do with this lease the second lease on life that he got did he become a monk lead this monastic existence where he wouldn't even j walk no he continued to be nothing but a total thug the federal government moves him to arizona where he's part of the witness security program and eventually decides to leave the witness security programme because he finds it unduly restrictive while what would you find unduly restrictive well now we know why one of the things he did after leaving the this is after getting a pass for eighteen murders i want you to think about that think of like what you have gotten away with so what does he do writes a book detailing as crimes gets paid him a multi million dollar advance chooses initially not to share any of that money with it the his the family members of his victims again including his own brother in law who he murdered and then my friend ron kuby in attorney very distinguished attorney in his own right he he decides to represent the family members of the folks that sammy killed and they said well you know w excuse me we don't think it's right that he should be able to profit from our family members death so kuby testify excuse me kuby representing these families sues sammy the bulk.
"ron kuby" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Gotta have that hook ready in and you could see he waited waited waited gerardy did before he got the dancers up and we were wondering if he was waiting too long but apparently defence the tense as car ready pretty quickly and was could've come in the game if he had to do that now d'elever tensest is your your your perfect closer either he is head his struggles now he's pretty good lately but we've seen him have problems with command twos so of me take chapman out of the tensest fails here and you're really in trouble skirted joey in east brunswick new jersey you're on the fan joey good morning morning joe go ira agreeing aircraft recurred ever ron kuby query bearing the some people might think or regret harry herbert hoover wearing acquired regard you know after yeah yeah yeah well a preview now under when i watched it on board mir were oh how it could be there are great again you can earn her card and burt in my opinion and create your own great towards air new yorker great near most or the other stockard very trivial are noon you're not going to pare down fared worry dinner repaired rate near eighty and rigor landmark and they court aaron unfair omonia we her narrow it could who are going to grow their hair grow a beard wherever kirk are we going to throw her regret about earner knowing your or negative factor took a nicknamed on the back i think we have driven it a crime wherever it can be a lot of anc go were await dry with your opinion on that i would agree to an extent i think you know this wasn't the yankees decision i mean his major league baseball may look what they're you know what they're trying to do they're trying to make money when they do the throwbacks when they do the different colors the holidays and all of that they're trying to make money on merchandise i see and also you know baseball the.
"ron kuby" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"There was a four under investigation underway by it's so sad i mean i don't even know the i don't have any other words to use marines killed in a line of duty not fighting an enemy but just because of his plane crash share i want to commend jabbar washington who has been freed after 21 years in prison for his wrongful conviction forty three years old this man has spent twenty one years in prison he was convicted of 1997 prosecutors said they're office improperly withheld information and allowed a mistaken impression that a wounded eyewitness implicated there this is one of dozens of cases involving detective lewis score sella who has denied wrongdoing but it just so happens a lot of these people that are wrongfully convicted there were all arrested by lewis carcelle this is the twentythird conviction that the brooklyn the as office has disavowed in the last green half years so now jabbar washington prosecutors stopped short of saying they believe he's innocent in the crime aleppo one person killed five of his injured but they conceded that washington's trial was unfair and agreed to drop the case saying they can't retry it now because an eyewitness died in two thousand six show is is a a quiet the ron kuby at kuby called the case a reflection of institutional failure by the criminal justice system in brooklyn in brooklyn zone and ngo so i want to commend not only jabbar washington but all friend ron kuby i want to commend lou zhao bo liu xiaobo a much sure if i'm pronouncing that name correctly in fact undoubtedly certain that i am not pronouncing it correctly but liu xiaobo died this he was shot the a winner of the nobel peace prize he was a chinese dissident an incredible critic of the human rights abuses of china china is a horrible country to live in if you like free and lucille ball was someone that up until the day he died of liver cancer last thursday was a crusader for freedom in china something that is lacking in this communist dictatorship this man mr liu is someone to be admired he was very persistent in his calls for freedom and he is being described as someone who belongs in the same category of any of the political president you eat died in prison even with liberty hit.