26 Burst results for "Sexual Crime"

Debating the Ahmaud Arbery case

Court TV Podcast

10:48 min | 8 months ago

Debating the Ahmaud Arbery case

"Equa mercy. Join his acklin great to see you. Did He. How dare you? How dare you? This is my house and you're wearing yenkey stuff. Scion unapologetically hello. All right well I just hope that during our debate I do better than the mets do against the Yankees that's. Hoping all right, let. This is what we're GONNA to talk about is the video. The video and the Aubrey case is an amazing piece of evidence. For the prosecution against the McMichael's because you see everything they do. Those are the two guys with the guns in the pickup, one of whom shoots and kills armory. But I think unfortunately. It's a great piece of evidence for the man who is recording that video. Roddy Brian Acklin you do not agree with me. Do not you are wrong. You're wrong. All right I'M GONNA go first, and it starts here and I say unfortunately and I want to preface that folks I'm not making an argument for Roddy. Brian what I'm telling you is what's going to happen and unfortunately this is a great piece of evidence for Roddy, Brian, this video and it comes down to the arguments that Kevin Goth is attorney. Make look at the facts surrounding the video, the only person on the face of the earth who knows this video is being made and being recorded at the time. It's being made in recorded. Is Roddy Brian Okay. He's the only one that knows. That this video exists. He's the only person on earth okay. So, if in fact, prosecutors are going to argue that these three men are working as a lynch mob. Are they going to argue that Roddy Brian's job as part of this lynch mob is to Corral And make sure that you record the lynching, so we can memorialize all of this. And don't forget how everyone finds out about the recording. Roddy Brian at the scene. Invites police into his truck to view the video, so police show up there. Just investing you try to figure out what happens and Ronnie Brian. Tells Police. Listen I got I've got it on video. I, recorded it. Please take a look at it. Shows it to them right then and there. So. Again. Unfortunately, the argument that Kevin Goth can make is lazy. Let's go inside the body Brian. What's his intent? Here was his intent to lynch. Ahmad Aubrey. If so, why would he record a crime? And then why? When police show up the first thing he would do is hand over to police the evidence of the crime that he committed. This goes one hundred percent into the mindset of Roddy Brian and this is a strong argument that Kevin Goth can make to a jury. that. Why on earth would someone record their own crime and then the first thing they do when police show up? Is hand the piece of evidence over to them. ACKLIN. Arguing was very compelling in sense. It's you can tell that you're not racist. By the argument that you provided because we did not include the racist element. Ronnie, Brian in the Michael's were racist, and they were on age racist Tirade. That is why they went around. That is why they have video. As you can see back in the day when they did lynchings in wasn't prided, they had videos. They need pictures of it because they were excited about what they did. We are in a world in which we have Presidential rallies in which races tirades are invited so to to be to say that Haiti's men weren't in building would be wrong. They were in bolted with regards to the back surrounding the video. Let's talk about it the fact surrounding videos. Let's talk about the video. When he was I invited. It was no audio I. Don't know I have that function in my recording in the sense in which I can record a thin ideo in not on your. You know who had the. Mr Brian. We didn't hear the shock in the basement of something that somebody about to die. Why because that million participating in now? He missed a whole big piece of evidence in that pieces of Ahmad. Berry was found on missed the giants car. Pieces that means that evidence of Mr Bridge that means that he hit. The armory with his car to prevent him for movie. To say that he was unarmed is wrong. Mr Robin Mister Bryant had the biggest weapon it at the time. Which is the whole vehicle? Truck with a whole trump down at he did his way, even had that man was cool hand Luke because he was watching a murder, and nobody asked for the audio initially because he was a murder. You know who that the cops you had racist cops come to a racist situation. Leave. The racism states okay hit him with the high side and let him live for three months. Months without any interruption to say that Mister. Bryant wasn't guilty is a farce. He was very much guilty at an end for three months. They watched a video and immig miles. What because they were able to stop? Being friends after Arboretum was shot and killed, they were still friends. They still had the video. They watched it so much, so daddy opened the door to sexual crimes. The this, this case should shock the conscience because the levels of racism in this case is unreasonable, we act three different prosecutors. This prosecutor who saw this in didn't think that this was a murder. We had officers at the scene saw this. In, dot, this which justify so the the Glenn Races. When the most important that evidence of our very being on righties car was still on his car. Three months acted incident and nearly care to wash off so. That that is that the video helps Brian. Totally doesn't work acting that. You didn't plinking most so. The prosecutors are going to argue. That Roddy Brian. Was Racist which they can. Was In cahoots and knew the police would not charge him, which is why he shared the video with police, and knew the process and shared it with the prosecutor because he knew the prosecutor would never charge them, is that do you think that is? An argument that is going to fly with the again. This I'm saying. These are all unfortunate facts for prosecutors in this case, and the prosecutors are going to have to prosecute. Roddy Brian. The McMichael's the local Glenn County Police and the prosecutor's office all in the same trial in order for that theory of yours to to not help. Roddy Brian? Welcome welcome to the practicing law. The South the levels of racism is so appeared like many I. I have to think of Armagh. Arbitrary. That I may get I get that I. Get that, but here's my point. My point is this makes that video the fact that he shoots video and there's more obstacles now. Prosecutors unfortunately again that and to me the obstacle is not only do I have to prosecute these three men. I've got to prosecute the local police and I've got to prosecute the local prosecutor and guess what I'm probably going to have to do it in Glynn County. Georgia. That makes the case more difficult. It's like it's like A. It's like a harper. Literally, but this is what in is in the south? We Wanna say that we come. We've come so far, but that's what it is, and that's how that's how big it is. That's how big it is I think we're agreeing here Hear me out here me out on my theory and why we're agreeing okay, because we're. We're making to arguments that are. not necessarily in conflict everything you're saying. I'm I'm agreeing with. Right. I, just have to get you to agree with the fact that the case is a little bit harder against Roddy Brian with him shooting that video and handing it to police, because now prosecutors have to take on the police and the prosecutors right so. Can we agree on that yes? Yes, all right all right I think we solved it. I think we did. This is a big moment, but I will not ever. Ever cheer for the Yankees. Especially when they play my mets, that will never happen, but I think we can agree here. To a certain extent that the there's going to be some obstacles here, but I think what you have shown me. And made me realize how you look at the case. You know I look at the case a certain way, but I have to get a different mentality onto to to get to that next level. So? Wow Acklin, always great having you on the show for having go Yankees got. That will be her last time on the show by the way. Either that or we can edit that out next time. We'll just bleep it out. Right Acklin mercy, incredible criminal defense attorney. In Georgia knows Georgia law. Insider knows Georgia juries, which is the most important part of of trying to case when we come back. I WANNA, talk about hate crimes, because at the time of the Amman archery shooting there was no hate crime. Law in Georgia and people were. Besides themselves coast to coast. When you come back I'm going to explain to you why it's really not a big deal. Especially in this case, number one and number two. Hate crimes. Are Way too over height by the media.

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Madeleine McCann case becomes a murder investigation - with a suspect

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:34 sec | 9 months ago

Madeleine McCann case becomes a murder investigation - with a suspect

"One German prosecutors announced today they're investigating a forty three year old German man on suspicion of murder and believe that Madeleine McCann the three year old British girl who disappeared in Portugal in two thousand seven is dead based on their information the accused man has multiple previous convictions of sexual crimes and had already been sentenced for sexual abuse of children between nineteen ninety five in two thousand seven the accused regularly lived in southern Portugal among other places and made a living by breaking into hotel complexes and holiday apartments no word yet if a body has been

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Former Kentucky governor defends controversial pardon

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Former Kentucky governor defends controversial pardon

"Former Kentucky got Kentucky governor Matt Bevin has sparked widespread outrage of controversial pardons he gave to alleged child rapists and murderers one of those pardoned was of Mike it show toll who was sentenced to twenty three years for rape sodomy and other sexual crimes and a child CBS news correspondent drinking Duncan has more on the controversy Bevin granted more than six hundred pardons in his final weeks as governor a bipartisan group of Kentucky lawmakers are now calling for an

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Lyft sued over alleged sexual assaults by drivers

WBZ Afternoon News

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Lyft sued over alleged sexual assaults by drivers

"Left facing sexual assault lawsuit was filed by fourteen women who claim they were assaulted by their drivers this year and last year the lawsuit alleges the company knew about sexual crimes as early as twenty fifteen but did not report them in response the ride sharing company says the safety of riders and drivers is fundamental and they don't tolerate harassment or

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Senator, Dole And Rape discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Senator, Dole And Rape discussed on BBC World Service

"A Malaysian senator has apologized for proposing a sexual harassment law to as he puts it protected man from being seduced by women into committing sexual crimes Mohammed Imran of dole had made had suggested a Palestinian acts to stop men from allegedly being tempted into crimes like rape or **** by the way women dressed or

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"sexual crime" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on The Dave Gram Show on WDEV

"Leads to mediocrity in one's life. What do you think about that? I think you know, the these probably. Pretty good. Pretty good view of it. You know, if you if you view in view to the point in, and you are able to just continue viewing without releasing when it comes down to actually. Having intercourse or making love with your wife that can be a problem. You can be a problem for the two of you, you what you really just really need to stay away from it is autumn line. And and as far as time goes on. And and as as your life goes on is the tendency to look for material that is that is darker or more odd as as you as you get older and more advanced into this habit. Yes. The tendency is is you get to a certain level. And that level is is now no longer satisfying to you and see to take it to a deeper level. And and then to that level is no longer satisfying. You in just goes deeper and deeper if you may remember, the serial killer, head Bundy said that it was or inaugur fee that that really got him to the point where he, you know, wanted to do all the things that he did. And you know, it is nasty nasty stuff. Sarah a correlation between people who view a lot of pornography and and the rate of violent crime. Violent sexual crime. Yes. The studies study shows that probably ninety percent of the violent sexual crime. That's out there stems has a root in pornography. Men men look at it. You know, they see they see women being abused and heard and enjoying it. And in these pornographic videos, and you know, they're forced to enjoy with a gun to their head lot of times..

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"sexual crime" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

Slate's Dear Prudence

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

"He should in fact, welcome clarity questions concerns and boundaries. So that should in fact be a sign that there's real internal transformation. And I think that's the way to approach this with your sister with the rest of your family, which is not I'm attempting to be punitive or legalistic. But that I'm looking for signs for outward signs of an inward condition of Grayson Sauvage, and that's just going to be real helpful as you kind of try to untangle real, spirituality from spiritual abuse. And so say I have real concerns about whether or not a person who has sexually harmed children, even if they are able to turn their lives around should simply be restored to perfect faith in perfect trust around children. So for me one sign that he is really owning up to what he did. And trying to make amends is that he would say, of course, I understand your concerns. I would never want you to feel like I was pressuring you to leave me around children in order to make me feel truly forgiven. So, you know, if that energy is not there if in fact, both he and your sister are suggesting what everyone needs to do is actually put him around a ton of kids to prove that, you know, this is just totally gone. And he gets to do whatever he wants sign that he's trying to evade responsibility. So I would just really hold onto that. I think that's going to be a really important thing for you to get to stick to and to just say. I have a lot of concerns here. I'm really worried that he is in fact, abusing the language of forgiveness and redemption to just get away with something and I want to offer my trust slowly with reservations. And after seeing a lot of evidence that there's been real change in his life. And if I don't see that I'm going to hold my boundaries, really really firmly. That doesn't mean I'm saying he should go back to jail for a hundred years that doesn't mean I'm saying he should go to hell that doesn't mean. I'm saying that you're about person that means that I am, you know, acting with integrity honoring my own family's boundaries, and you know, bearing in mind again, it is better for someone to be thrown into the sea with a millstone around his neck than he should. 'cause one of the children dissemble bring the bible to play here. Right. Like come out with some scriptural guns a blazing because that's just going to. I think help you feel like they don't own the. Language of your religion. Which is but forgiveness is so good. And it can be real clear that you're saying I'm not trying to make a claim about his like Selvik condition. I'm trying to make a claim about whether or not I feel comfortable with him in a room with my daughter. So just you know, finally brothers. Whatever is good. Whatever is pure, whatever is honest like that's what I'm going to be pursuing here. What he said. I feel like also all of these things put you in a better position to be able to as you put it support your sister. Because if you feel confident in what in the decision you've made if you feel that you're coming at it from a Christian perspective. And if you are in an environment say, it's on some future family vacation where you're not all staying in the same place, and you're not all spending time together you have one less concern. And you're in a much better place to be the story. You clearly want to be to her. Yeah. It'll just say this if she is not prepared to have difficult conversations, she is not prepared to marry a sex offender. Yeah. A registered sex offender. And so I think it's good to not want to go out of your way to be cruel to her. But except that she will probably have her feelings hurt. If her boundary is no one can ever ask my fiance about the sexual crime he committed. Yeah. That's a recipe for probably not speaking to a lot of. People ever again. Yeah..

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Vatican defrocks former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick over sex abuse charges, including soliciting sex while hearing confession

WCBS Programming

00:44 sec | 2 years ago

Vatican defrocks former Cardinal Theodore McCarrick over sex abuse charges, including soliciting sex while hearing confession

"Eight the former archbishop of Newark has been defrocked. The Vatican found X cardinal Theodore McCarrick, guilty of soliciting sex while hearing confession and sexual crimes against minors and adults. The eighty eight year old was stripped of his cardinal title. Last year. The punishment means McCarrick won't be allowed to celebrate mass or other sacraments today's announcement comes just days before pope Francis is set to lead a gathering of bishops from around the world over the Catholic churches sex abuse scandal McCarrick served as archbishop of Washington from two thousand one to two thousand six he was archbishop of Newark from nineteen eighty six to two thousand and he served as Bishop of touching from nineteen Eighty-one tonight one thousand nine hundred six he currently lives in a fiery in

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"sexual crime" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on Channel 33

"So restores voting rights to people who've been convicted felonies there are some caveats like you have to be out of prison, and it doesn't apply to murderers, or I should say people convicted of murder or people convicted of sexual crimes some sexual crimes, but it's huge. It's actually. The biggest case of a group of people being enfranchised at one time since women suffrage, and it's going to allow one point five million people the ability to register to vote if they want to and it's just monumental in that way. But also because Florida specifically is such it's been called the swinging of swing state so any big change to voter demographics in Florida. Could mean a big change for the state and for the country, and it's not that all of these people who are now eligible vote will they like a lot of them might not vote. Anyway, as same lots of Americans do not yet. Yeah. And also, it's not to say that this is like a huge definitive win for Democrats or Republicans because the people who are now able to vote it's not like, they're all Democrats. I think that there is like an assumption that it's a huge automatic win for liberals. That's like just not wise that the assumption. I mean, let's talk about that. Because like why you're right. It's it's so much in the sump shin. And it's so sort of like high pitched actually that I told actually see that necessarily spell spout out in a lot of coverage of either like amendment four or I think even in general discussions of in franchising felons. But you're right. It's this just unstated assumption that in franchising people who've been in prison means like late. It's only good for Democrats. And like, that's. The only reason anybody would want to do it is because they want Democrats doing elections. I mean, I do want doing elections. But it's definitely that is not what is driving this. It's more. Just there's been like a bipartisan effort a lot of the activists. Some of them are Republicans who are trying to get this. I think that there is a tendency to assume that people are going to go democrat just because it seemed like voter reform seems like a a liberal issue. Right. We'll talk about other election outcomes that sit of informed that dichotomy, but we'll put the partisanship aside for a second. But one other thing I think is super important is that lake America is a country. It is a liberal democracy that nonetheless like incarcerates a ton of people. Right. Like the half-century trend in America are just like absurd rates of like convictions and incarceration, so it's not like we're in a country where in franchising felons in a single large state is just like giving a few people a few more people all right to vote like that's a significantly sized chunk of a population. That is that was formally like disenfranchised people, right, alienated from civic participation. That's that's why seems important. It's not just about giving felons like the right to vote. It's about doing it in a country that has a lot of people on the wrong side of the criminal Justice system. And then one of the reasons why I think people assume that it's going to be good for Democrats. And there is some evidence that it will be like there was Washington Post analysis today that said that. If had been allowed to vote. It would have changed the results in the Florida Senate race, of course, the type of ethical unlike with Florida, you never know it's going to. Right, right. But it is likely that it's going to reshape Florida politics in some way. Right. I think if you take this if you take in franchise meant, let's take a public policy concerning like people just sort of disagree about which is like healthcare, right or tax cuts are things like that. Like, those are things that obviously affect who is excited to vote for which party in any given election. But then you take things like who is allowed to vote. How're congressional districts drawn like those are issues that on a meta level determine who is excited to vote in who gets to vote and like again, it's like in all of these elections were the margins between the winner and the loser relatively small..

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"sexual crime" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show

"And love line circa nineteen ninety eight nineteen ninety nine and somebody decided to say rape is not sexual crimes about power. Yeah, it's it's a crime Dr via. violent power, but it's not about sex. It's about power. It's all. And so nothing of somebody made this retarded proclamation. All the other sheep just grabbed it, ran with it, finish the joke. Come on at your love. I will tell Matt. Your head. It has nothing ripe is not a sexual crime. It's a crime about power and his crime about violence. It's no different than if you're walking your dog taco down the street and I came up behind you conked you over the head and took your wallet in came and left. Okay. Or if I cave again, no. But like if I went a liquor store or something and I grabbed the Middle Eastern guy behind the counter, greet into the cash register tore out, came tore out all the cash came. Jackie came out of my and then but but but that's how sexual it would be. I mean, the only. The only element of rape that makes it a sexual crimes apart were guys coming other than that, even though the penis their rape. Well, what other than power? It's all about power. It's all about power, and then you come, but it's about power. It's all about the power. It's only about power except for the comfort, but then it's right back to the power gender stand. That was Drew's favourite. Joke from twenty years ago, start breaking down these scenarios. Let's say you're in line at an ATM and it's dark in your bad side of town. Some guy comes up with a tire. Then he comes and he steals your pin number and steals your imacs out your cart. And then he comes, it's no different than that crime. It's the same. Same. It's about power. So there's this interesting verbiage that goes on. It's an academic thing. They wanna control language. I am telling you all. I do sit back next book. Gotta be about language control. The language, new US dictionary control the language control the argument when the win the war, that's kind of how it goes. So you start defining things as whatever it is right now. You then go by the way that's about power. I've noticed that every generation of physicians come up with their new pronunciation of things. Oh, yeah. Just forget the same language, but now we're going to pronounce it if we skeletal skeletal. Yeah, Carnegie Carnegie. All right. All right. Now, simple question. I posed the my wife last night. Okay. If it's all about power and it's not about sex. Here's a hypothetical, what percentage of rapes would men commit? If you said you have a magic wand and that person will willingly have sex with you? There is no violence. There is no power. There is no any if you took away their penis or to start your own. Well, you could one could argue that's magic one. No, I'm saying what? How, what percentage of rapes would there be? If you went to every nineteen year old, drunken rapists, Rufi whatever guy went. Put away, the rookie. You gotta magic one. You have sex, that person will willing you willingly have sex with you tonight? No struggle. He might. He would lie down, right? A male would lie down, forget go exert power. He was. He was just like, I would say then about that. Well, you know what I said to Linnet last night. She said, that's an interesting hypothetical. Can we get the kids out of the run. I said, I said, no, they need to hear this. So then I said, there is a percentage of guys CoR violent, yeah, who are sociopathic who are serial killers or whatever. And they like the part where they kill the victim after they raise them and leave them by the by the riverside number. If the, if the overwhelming majority of potential rapists had the magic one where the person they wanted to have sex with, would willingly have sex with them. Then I don't think it's about power that fly in the face of the power argument. All right. So this notion of maybe you could argue that because they don't have the ability to exert themselves in such a way that they're able to have sex with that person, then they resort to power as the means you could argue. Yeah. Okay..

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Gwyneth Paltrow ties the knot

Donna and Steve

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Gwyneth Paltrow ties the knot

"KTM y FM HD one Coon Rapids, Saint Paul Minneapolis. Everybody. Mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment so much dirt. On mytalk. A lawsuit was filed against Kevin Spacey in Los Angeles Superior court last week detailing alleged sexual crimes. The actor is accused of committing against the non Mus masseur in October of twenty six the actor now face legal

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"sexual crime" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"And yes, we're covering everything that's going on regarding hurricane Florence in North Carolina. South Carolina is well, I saw this. And just so, you know, you've probably been hearing about this on the news as well. We do. Now have our first official fatalities. And we're going to be hearing about this more than likely all through the weekend, but tragically, and this is so heartbreaking to hear. But there is a woman and her infant child have both now been killed because of a tree that fell on their home. And so in the husband is apparently in some rough shape as well. So a I two fatalities because of hurricane Florence, and I'm sorry to say, but that's probably not going to be the last there's flooding like we've never seen before. And there's trees that are falling the wins and everything else. And here's just to add to the problems in North Carolina experts fear Florence could spread the killer vipers across the Carolinas. This is one of those weird stories. I obsessed over this. When one of the other hurricanes hit I forget where it was it was in Texas somewhere, and there were these floating these floating islands of red ants and read answers, absolutely freak me out. I hate those things not that anybody likes those those red ants that will literally attack your your legs if you accidentally step on their their aunt, whatever it is. And so these things are very aggressive. And so what happens is when all of this all of this water floods these areas, and there's these aunt caves and caverns then ultimately, it's sweeps up all of these red ants, and they formed these big islands. And so there's these these floating islands of red ants. Now, I'm not sure if that's going to happen in the Carolinas, but they are worried about these vipers these these snakes their poisonous snakes. And I'm not sure if there is a difference between a viper and a snake. But what they're saying is that experts and. Are raising these fears that these snakes could end up getting spread all over the Carolinas in there right now in what they call a wetland habitats. And so what they're worried about is the the water basically in picking up these snakes and spreading them all around the around the state, the two states. This is foreign smack the North Carolina coast this morning. They're worried about the forty inches or so of rain over the next couple of days is going to be a big problem. And they've got these storm surges of up to eleven feet. They say the floodwaters could quickly allowed these deadly snakes to spread from their typical habitats through city streets and homes Kim action that I can't even imagine how horrific that would be going from, you know, you're perfectly happy home to now. All of a sudden, you've got all of this of water, and it's dirty, and it's gross. And you don't know if there is a killer. Viper in the water is. Well, they're talking about the cotton mouth snake of top concern. They say is the cottonmouth snake also known as we know here in Tennessee, which is where Phil broadcast from. And that's where I am right now. The water moccasins a strong swimmer that lives in marshes and shallow waterways a snake? Like, this can do a lot of damage they they can actually a kill somebody. They said copperheads already found throughout the state. Also, a big concern. However, both are venomous vipers. They said that they inject venom which causes tissue destruction plate that loss causes bleeding. It can cause death as a matter of fact, and so they're worried about these various snakes, I I guess I guess they've got a lot of these snakes as a matter of fact, and here's another problem. They've got some of these animal sanctuaries zoos in the Carolinas and therefore alligators and pythons Anaconda and Black Mamba. I'm not exactly sure the Black Mamba is but doesn't sound very pleasant. And so. Venomous? So is that a is that a viper to? Yes. So that so that's the worry. They're worried about the fact that they've got all of these alligators and pythons Anaconda, and whatever, and they're just gonna be swept away, which means it. Then if somebody does get bitten how are they going to get to the hospital. So and again, they've got alligators there as well. So just a big mess in north and South Carolina. Again, they're talking about how even though it came on board came ashore. I think it was either was it category. One when came on on shore. I to be honest with you. I don't get all wrapped up in categories because a category one can still be extremely dangerous. And so they do have a lot of destruction. And again, we're starting to hear some deaths in North Carolina. Let's say Hello to John in Pensacola on the Phil Valentine show. John. How are you? Pretty good. Have you heard from the lady with the dog who with needing some help yesterday the baby four? Yes, you must have missed it. They appreciate you ask. I have mentioned it a couple of times. But I know the folks listen off and on. But what John is talking about is earlier this week a nice lady named Marie called. And she was sorta stranded in her home near Wilmington and she had nowhere to go. She had no family. She had no money. And so it was one of those situations where she literally needed our help. And so I've been speaking to her off and on over the last couple of days ironically enough John some folks in Fayetteville we're listening when I was speaking to Marie. So she is now a couple of hours inland and north. But that doesn't necessarily mean that she's out of the woods just yet. Because it looks to me like her home is is more than likely going to be devastated. She was disabled, and I believe I believe anyway, she was elderly, and as a matter of fact, John if you want to go to my Facebook page, you probably don't know a lot about me. But my name is Dan, Madison. I have. A Facebook page, and you can find it. It's Dan man to show, and I just put up a go fund me account for Marie. So if you'd like to help this lady, very, very nice lady, my it was one of those moments, and we is is talk show host. And I think perhaps his listeners as well. There will be sometimes people that will call and they just they they move you in a way where you just want to help them and Marie was one of those people. And so if you would like to give to Marie you can hear the original call that that that sparked all of this on the Facebook page as well. And it's all attached to a gofundme account, and you can find that a link to it on the Dan mandis show Facebook page, you can also go directly to go fund me. And the campaign is called help Marie and John. I appreciate your call. Let's see what Jamie has to say in White House, Tennessee on the Phil Valentine show, Jamie. How are you? I'm good. It's cool to talk to you. And I'm going back to something that you mentioned a few minutes ago about the Hobo confirmation of on the factual allegations against them personal. I've got to say that. I completely agree with you after thirty five years come on, you know, that that's stupid move on. Yeah. That that's not. But you did say something that really struck a nerve with me. Okay. Well, let's let. Yeah. Hey, let let me let me tell folks because I have a feeling I knew I I knew that. I step didn't want the second. I said what I said what you're laughing at me. So what I what I said was you would think that, you know, year years have thirty five years ago, and nobody has heard of these accusations get Brad Kavanagh, and for folks that are just joining us the accusation is that he sexually assaulted a woman at a party when she was seventeen and Cavanaugh was seventeen. And so my comment was you know, nobody has heard about this don't don't girls talk about these kinds of things. And so you would have thought that this would have come up before now because but your seventeen year old girls, you would think that this would have been something that people knew about, and I and I said, you know, girls talk now, go ahead. Well, and yeah. Girl, talk encounter is consensual nine times out of ten. Oh, heck. Yeah. Hurled. We're gonna talk. Yeah. But when they encounter, and and I am not a victim of a sexual crime. But I do have friends who was okay. And I can tell you from experience, I can tell you from just the way women work if you are a victim of a sexual crime. You don't talk. There's a lot of fear. There's a lot of feeling that you're going to be. What down on that people are going to be prejudiced against you? So you so in other words, they feel like they are going to be judged. Yeah. Exactly. Okay. Girl, girl. Don't talk about that. You may talk about that one or two of your closest friends, and you might not now I feel I don't feel that invalidates your point. I mean, I don't I totally refute after thirty five years. This is stupid. Yeah. But it does make you. Yeah. It's not gonna happen. First time is that the first time I've misunderstood women and certainly not going to be the last now. Here. Here's my question for you is what if the allegations are somehow proven to be true. I'm just curious what you would say. Again, in what way are you talking about a much seventeen year olds and she was half lit, and, you know, didn't officially give consent or had, you know, felt guilty after the fact or are you talking about an out and out four straight well different. Well, let's make sure the folks. No we're talking about. So earlier today, we've all been talking about this letter came in and obviously Diane Feinstein gave it to the FBI. And it accuses Brad Kavanagh of holding when he was seventeen and she was a teenager break Cavanaugh and another guy when they were seventeen when they were drunk locking her in a bedroom holding her down and cavenaugh trying to take off her clothes, and he he was not successful. And she was able to escape that situation. These are all allegations. And as far as we know there there is no proof of this. And so my question to you Jamie is those. Are the allegations? So there's no allegation that he actually raped this woman. But if if it's somehow proven to be true that he did this at the age of seventeen thirty five years ago. Do you think they should make any difference? Now. No. Other allegations when he was doing similar things. Okay. Seventeen year olds are stupid and seventeen year olds. Thanks and thirty five years ago with no other evidence of any sort of anything happening. Get over it. Yeah. Hi, jamie. Thirty five years ago. It is it is thirty five years ago. And I personally I agree with Jamie. I I don't think there's anything to this. And the woman does one to remain anonymous, and I guess that'd be my other my other question few Jamie is this one of the things, and it's great to have a female perspective. If you're still there. Should this woman? Be allowed to remain anonymous or because of the gravity of these accusations. Do you think the she should be forced if you can use that word but encouraged to come forward? No, I didn't she had in order for anything to be any legal action to be taken care. Take it at all. I think she has to come forward..

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"sexual crime" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"I'm anticipating it. So he, he added this footage together of what I said last episode and he said, respect to h three h three productions for emitting he scared takes a real man to admit that respect bro. Now send me your dress to the puck. SNL actually play you a quick end for a quick kiss. We did. Disguise wants to come to our podcast. I mean, she's always so demanding in his tweets now quit playing. I mean, here's the thing tonight, San me or address well, I don't know how we don't know how he. Yeah, I'm scared of you. I'm scared of you. That's not like not like unmanly to admit that I'm scared of some unhinged psychopath whose reut it up and just got a prison for sexual crime. Like if you if you walked by some unhedged a lunatic with like a hell's fire between his is under his behind his, I is not crazy to be like, I'm scared scared of you did and not. I mean, and, and it's because you're insane. You know, let's get it straight and you're not a man. You're not as also like, I'm not. Okay. Well, anyway, let's just watch his his little edit here, bro. You look like you've disappeared per year in in your prison, and you've been lifting weights that whole time. But the last video you may. I was scared. I was scared. I was scared. I was scared. I was scared. This guy was in prison for year bro. You literally repeated me saying, I was scared that you were imprisoned for your sexual crime, and we're lifting weights that whole time. I am scared that you wanna come to the podcast and kiss me. I'm Tara mud. All these things I openly admit that makes me less of a man of God. Bless. Okay. I wouldn't be surprised at all. If that guy went to prison for sexual crime within the next couple of months. That's not defamation right. Like people to know that this is a joke because I could see some people start. I see some rumors starting to pile up. The reason I want to prison for sexual crime? Yeah, Chris went to prison for sexual crime. Elam. It's a joke he didn't, but I wouldn't be surprised. That's all I'm saying. Do you think? I'm insane. Do you think that's my skill that will get in a ring with you at fight? I mean, he his veins were like surging. What did you do to be imprisoned for the past two years to be that he sees that as a compliment. He's like, he thinks I'm so Jackie themselves in prison for two years while at any rate, Chris, I would definitely like to play you for a quick game for a quick kiss. And I think that could be a special segment at me m- royale two thousand eighteen quick game for a quick kiss bonus edition and you're going to play rock paper scissors. Can you imagine kissing Chris? His breath is probably so gross. I bet you his tonsil stones. I just worried about the noise is more than anything. A whole stadium of people just listening to you. I'm gonna make that noise with them meal. We should bring. You know, it would be funny. You know how you have these ringside models at boxing matches. If we brought one of these girls to do a quick game for quick Keser them into the Mike, that'd be fucking epic. ULA. Seriously on down anyway..

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"sexual crime" Discussed on Blamestorming

Blamestorming

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on Blamestorming

"Problems with implanted memories. Children do the tanning path. Of the eighty showed us that it's very easy to get a small child to actually believe they were molested with the right kind of coaching and a judge threw out that case because he said he found evidence of that coaching. That doesn't mean the Woody Allen's innocent. Yeah, I would say if I had to guess I would say he probably did it simply because anyone who's accused of sexual crime more likely than not that cases probably true because the vast majority of true, but that case is really am bigamous. And when you have multiple conflicts there, I'm not comfortable saying, this is someone I know did this. I don't have an adult sane. I saw something happened to me. So I think he. May very well have done. It probably did it, but it's nowhere near enough for me to like, say, I'm gonna condemn this person. Now at the same time, I don't know if you've seen as less sixteen movies. It's kind of a moot point anyway. Yeah, he hasn't had a good movie since sweet and lowdown that was his best movie Jesus Christ. That was a good movie. Yeah, I, it's so infuriatingly. Good. And then before that was deconstructing, Harry was also ridiculously good grain, but I mean, good God. The man puts out a lot of crap. Yeah. See, I know it's it's difficult and I think that it's it's weird to expect anyone to decide one hundred percent when it's that much of a something you can't. No, I love how we started with like all these fake Jewish stereotypes through history that just transition to every bad thing chew. It's done in our society. Say that because I was just gonna say that's pretty much all of it. Everything negative to. We didn't talk about Harvey Weinstein. Oh, I wanted to make one more common. He's no true Jew. That's gonna use that one now. So I just wanted to add on Louis because Aparna non-charter wrote a really good article and shared some good stuff and it was like, yeah, no, he, I believe he was. He definitely deserves to come back time, but I felt like he rushed it and then he did joke about a rape whistle. It's like it's kind of like when you tell a kitty time out in the ideas when you're time out, you analyze herself, you realize you made a mistake and you come back and you show us that you learn something, and this guy goes in hiding comes back and then does rape chat. Joe was it was too soon. It was. No, there's I'd. I'm up to nine and all of us too soon. But he's also disappointing. Yes, me too soon. Yeah. Great. That's why you're the darling of the fight club. It was definitely too soon, but it was also especially disappointing that he did stand up without addressing it. I disagree. I, I'm the only person who thinks he should at. I think you should address it not during his act because if you analyze that to me, at least he's accused of sexual, what sexual harassment, harassment. He's not accused of assault. He's accused of harassment shore. So then he goes up and then gets laughs and possibly applause over the harassment. He committed like that to me is really a, I know, like net net set the standard of comedy being talking seriously about rape and nothing else, but that's not what he's going to do. He's going to tell jokes and talk about the rape. You talking about what you've learned any find that funny, and then you enlighten people that were following you. Now show people that you're gonna use your power for good. It's all about showing that your change. So that's like the prior model. Like when I, he came back after, like he missed out on fire from like freebasing. Then he like kind of told his story about what happened. It was very funny, but he addressed the idea of what had happened of like, you know, sell forget the fact that that was a lie, though. Richard Pryor lied when he said he set himself on fire freebasing years later acknowledged he tried to kill himself and he then he said it was free miss. But he said, no, I tried to kill myself because I couldn't stop doing cocaine. So that wasn't the at the time. It was a brilliant thing he was doing..

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"sexual crime" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It 'cause, it's like, a best of with. Warren civil midday live Lawrence von Dr drew Lawrence is. Out on he said got far is in her stead she is, a counselor. The cock affirmative fence lawyer in very active in If you say prosecuting defending. And prosecuting, victims of sexual harassment sexual assaults. Yeah right I've known, you to be doing that for a long time And. His this new and, by by the way I'm I'm settling. Down from? My, rage. Against the machine that I've been doing down a little bit Could be ignited again it could happen but but I'm gonna try to change topics from it Heated this, is, my topic now to get heated all right excellent Okay The ark of the evolution of this. Phenomenon are you encouraged by? It I'm very encouraged by the metoo. Movement and I, mean for so many reasons I've represented victims for years and, sadly the automatic assumption in most of these cases is that the victim usually a, woman but there are men victims as. Well they're not believed you're, lying you're after, money you wanted these. Advances so it was always the sort of blame the woman blame the victim mentality for many. Years and so now with the metoo, movement I have seen such a large shift in the way these cases are handled in the way these cases are handled by judges by, juries even the defense attorneys that represent the perpetrators of the sexual, harass you, know the the harassers they've even changed their approach because long gone are those days where you can go into a courtroom and basically put the victim on the stand and blame her for what happened to her now by the great which is which is great, news but along then those same lines. Now We've may be. Gone so far were as soon as there's, an allegation people are never even presented to, someone like you the mob? Just responds and then frankly cowardly employees. Employers just distance, themselves from that person mmediately so that person's ability to make, a living is disastrous right is trash that you're concerned about maybe the notion that, people are now taking it too far. The metoo movement has gone, too far and, that people aren't afforded. The due process rights there is no due process and and my fear is that the the. Movement which is so important for the, very reasons you paint painted will wither into strictly Bob action I disagree with that because at the end of the day yes we have, the court of public opinion and then we also have the court, of law, and you know I've represented defendants in many cases and so I am an advocate of due process I don't want anybody to be sued in a in a metoo case even be prosecuted by the district. Attorney for a sexual crime if it's not true and, so I do believe in due. Process But I think the shifts that we're seeing is that, now the women are getting the benefit of the doubt they're finally finding their voice in a. System that was against them for so long hundred percent but, they're, also gaining a bludgeon friend of mine. At Hardwick I there he was named by an. Ex girlfriend who, leads all sorts of things I read it in the paper and I just asked. My wife said well that didn't happen because I've known this guy for, twenty five years it just did not happen and I knew. It I just there's. No doubt my mind and lo and behold Well so immediately he was fired from jobs and lost his ownership. Position in all of his businesses and was everywhere ran for the hills now God bless AMC, who eventually reconsidered their position in broaden investigator an attorney and looked at, the entire story interviewed all his old girlfriends interviewed people have known forever. And of course the the woman in question would not come in for, the, interview and then all the whole while tweet creating a tweet army. To try to crush anybody, the question this and. Then finally switched her story when I just don't like emotionally In the meantime his reputation, trashed. For no reason really in any type of lawsuit that? Can. Happen, if you accuse somebody of fraud and they didn't defraud you I mean I understand your concerns but that's why, we have certain restrictions. That are implemented in the court of law we still have the burden of proof we have to prove to, a jury that these things did, happen it's just for. Me for me, what I find so refreshing is that for many years women were, afraid to come forward and say anything because the system was against them and so now the doors opening yes will there be casualties and men that are wrongfully accused yes Case don't. We live in a legal system that has taken the position that there should be a, hundred guilty people said away lest one one.

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"sexual crime" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Dr drew With Lauren savant Midday live Lawrence von Dr drew Lauren is out to get far is. In her stead she is a council of the car confirmed defense lawyer and, very, active, in say prosecuting defending and prosecuting representing victims. Of sexual? Harassment, sexual. Assaults, yeah right I I've known you to be doing that for a long time And has this. New and? By, by. The, way I'm I'm settling down from my rage against the machine I've been down Could. Be ignited again, it, could happen but but I'm gonna try to. Change topics heated this is my topic now. To get. Heated. All. Right excellent okay The ark of the evolution of, this phenomenon are you encouraged by it I'm very encouraged by the metoo movement and, I mean for so many reasons I've. Represented victims for years and, sadly the automatic, assumption in most of. These cases is that the victim usually a woman but there are men victims as well they're. Not believed you're lying you're after money, you wanted these advances so it was always the sort of blame the woman blame the victim mentality for many years and so now with, the metoo movement I have seen such a large shift in the, way these, cases are handled in the way these cases are handled by judges by juries even the defense attorneys that represent the perpetrators of the sexual harass you know the the harassers they've even changed their approach because long gone are, those days, where you can, go into a courtroom. And basically put, the, victim on the stand and blame her for. What happened to her now by great which. Is which. Is. Great News but along, then those same lines now we've may be gone so far were as. Soon as there's an allegation? People are never even presented to someone. Like you the, mob just responds and then frankly cowardly employees lawyers just distance, themselves from that person immediately so that person's ability to make a living is disastrous, right trash they you're concerned about maybe. The notion that, people are, now taking it, too far the metoo. Movement has gone too far and that people aren't afforded the due process rights there is no. Due process and my fear is that, the the movement which is so important for the very reasons you paint painted will wither into strictly Bob action I disagree with that because, at the end of the day yes we have the court of. Public opinion and then we also have the court of law and you know I've represented defendants in many cases and so I am an advocate of due process I don't want anybody to be sued in a in a metoo case, even be prosecuted by the District. Attorney, for a sexual crime if it's not true and so I do believe in. Due process but I think the shift that we're seeing is that now the women are. Getting the benefit of the, doubt they're finally finding their voice in a, system that was against them for so long hundred percent but they're also gaining a bludgeon friend. Of mine Hardwick I there he was named by an ex, girlfriend, who leads all sorts of things I. Read it in the paper and I just announced. To my wife, said well that didn't happen because I've known this guy for twenty five years I. Just did not happen and I knew it there's no doubt in my, mind and lo and behold Well so, immediately he was fired from jobs and lost his ownership position in, all of his businesses and was everywhere ran for the hills now God. Bless AMC who eventually reconsidered their position and brought in an investigator and an, attorney, and looked at the entire story interviewed all his old girlfriend interviewed. People have Nonni forever and, of course the the. Woman in question would not come in for the interview Okay and then all the whole while tweet creating a tweet army to try to crush anybody. The question this, and then finally switched her story when I just don't like emotionally The meantime his reputation, trash for no reason can happen really in any type of lawsuit that can happen. If you accuse somebody of fraud and. They didn't defraud you I mean I understand your concerns but that's. Why we have certain restrictions that are implemented in the court of law we still have, the burden of proof we have to prove to a jury that these things did. Happen it's just for me for, me. What I find so refreshing is that for many years? Women. Were. Afraid to come forward and say anything because the system was against them and so now the doors opening yes will there be casualties and men that are wrongfully accused yes Case don't. We live in a legal system that has taken the position that there should be one, hundred guilty people set away lest one one.

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Roseanne Barr admits in interview that ABC asked her to get off Twitter

BBC World Service

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

Roseanne Barr admits in interview that ABC asked her to get off Twitter

"Christian charity india has been reeling from a series of violent sexual crimes the american tv network abc has announced a spin off to the hip series roseanne little not feature creator roseanne barr last month had cancelled the roseanne show outreach star posted a racist tweet peter bowes reports from los angeles when roseanne barr likened an africanamerican advisor to former president obama to an ape abc television took swift action to shut down her hugely popular sitcom the revival of roseanne had been a big success with the actress playing the matriarch of a blue collar donald trump supporting family now abc says the rest of the cast will return for a show with the working title the connors the network says roseanne barr will have no financial or creative.

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Harvey Weinstein to be criminally charged in New York

The Norman Goldman Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

Harvey Weinstein to be criminally charged in New York

"Harvey weinstein now being charged criminally for months the nypd has said they believe there's enough evidence to arrest and charge harvey weinstein the manhattan da has been working to try to come up with evidence and a case that they said could be proof beyond a reasonable doubt and now appears and as we've been reporting this week a grand jury has been meeting and hearing evidence and that the results of that grand jury work is expected to be announced tomorrow with criminal charges being brought against harvey weinstein wow there's jonathan diesen we think msnbc for that so harvey weinstein now facing criminal charges i'm going to assume that those criminal charges within the statute of limitations and i think it's a reasonable assumption to make because a prosecutor in acting in good faith would never bring criminal charges at a barred by the statute of limitations number one number two from the reporting about harvey weinstein and his really disgraceful babe you're apparently went on for a really long time until even recently so i have reason to to make a reasonable deduction that harvey harvey weinstein harvey weinstein has in fact committed enough of a criminal cra enough of a sexual crime in new york within the statute of limitations too prosecuted to believe that a prosecutor can convince a unanimous jury beyond a reasonable doubt to go get a grand jury indictment and start this process so harvey weinstein is now going to be a criminal defendant in new york and of course you and i will have a whole lot more senior legal analyst time to

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"sexual crime" Discussed on I Do Podcast

I Do Podcast

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on I Do Podcast

"We roddick interest sometimes it's about sex historic sexual abuse and it could be on both parts her say historic sexual abuse she feels violated so it feels like a betrayal and it brings her back to having been sexually abused one in four women have been sexually abused as little girls for him looking at pornography let's say it is compulsive so we've been talking about a normal ways normative ways but what about when it's compulsive it's taking away from the relationship he's doing it instead of hurries watching instead of her that can be his own release sexual abuse that's being acting out i call it returning to the scene of the sexual crime so he's reenacting his abuse by compulsively feeling owned by the pornography you might be watching pornography that that is similar to how he was abused one in six boys have been sexually abused you wanna be i i'm i'm looking at all these factors and ruling them out pretty shocking statistics in and yeah it is it is we're complicated beings and certainly our sexuality is a big part of who we are in certainly in relationships and is only going to get more and more complicated and interesting with with the advent of better technology and virtual sex and i mean we'll have you on in five years and guaranteed there's going to be like some crazy virtual sex out there that's like you're having real sex and then the line gets a little bit blurrier but a lot of these same things will apply like that open communication and and being introspective so so we'll look forward to that that future conversation joe but now we gotta wrap up when we have you tell our listeners where they can find you online and then we'll say good bye.

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"sexual crime" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Minute in they're extremely punctual and very very reliable they'll absolutely packed and sometimes the station stuff put on white gloves and push the passengers inside it's not a very pleasant experience the other problem is that unfortunately there's been sex crime which has been taking place within the carriages of trains particularly in tokyo but also reported in other parts of japan and that was why the women only carriages were introduced it was to try to protect women against gropers against sexual crime is it affective well in two thousand fifteen something i three thousand two hundred people were arrested for groping what the japanese call chicken inside train carriages in japan according to the nikkei newspaper but it sought to be underreported because a lot of women don't want to go to the authorities ordered the police to say that they've been attacked are they obliged to travel on this car catches women don't have to that's choice isn't it yes you have a choice if you're a woman you can either pick to go into a mixed courage or into a women ony courage and generally speaking in tokyo the women only carriages secretary segregated by gender only during the rush hours men are supposed to go into the mixed carriages but what's been happening in the last couple of weeks is that some menace hangs is unfair discrimination discrimination against us this new law which prevents them from going into the women only carriages so they're challenging the social convention.

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"sexual crime" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on 790 KABC

"There but in doing that and putting these measures together there were huge loopholes and on fifty seven or the problem derived is that they did not define nonviolent the proposition actually said that nonviolent felons would be eligible through good behavior in participating in education programs would be provided in the prisons they would be eligible for reduced sentences and early early release early parole but they did not define non so when that became an issue when we went into the regulations guess what nonviolent is considered in the car column of serious felonies in the in the penal code and there are many many violent crimes that are listed as just serious so that's where the thing you know the the loophole happened and what they tried to do is change through regulation that it did not include early release for sex crimes which is that you know raping an unconscious woman as an example and the judges in the court said guess what you guys you cannot not give early relief to someone convicted of a sexual crime because it's listed in serious and now is not considered violent so that's where we've got this huge loophole that my bill is trying to correct and it was again you know killed today you did not go forward now i was just killed my let's say died it died in committee because i only got two votes i needed.

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"sexual crime" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"From jarrow and we get a lot of questions from him but he always ask good questions debriefs or clayton entail shows along times i've been elevated from a night for a long time as i'm writing this question you mentioned people wanting to make child sex robots for pedophile 's i'm certain many recoiled in horror as i did but given the theme i noticed that the episode why do we know something's right and something's wrong it got me thinking why do we know pedophilia or even something like bestiality are wrong there's a general consensus that listed in the bible is wrong but that just begs the question why is it in the bible how do we know pedophilia is wrong and more generally how do we derive the conclusion that any given sexual okay two ways there to arguments about this both of them through the one is is the argument about consent because many things that we think of of sexual crimes are not actually sexual or only sexual incidentally there actually violating other kinds of their committing other kinds of sins and when you rape somebody for instance it's a sexual crime but the senior committing is your violating that person's freedom that right to consent with their own body the right to do with their body with their will a child and an animal cannot give consent to something like sexuality certainly an animal can't and certainly a child cannot a child cannot understand you know what sex is why it is a difficult wise important wise complex i if you as an adult rape or child you're committing it's rape it's it's simply rape because the child cannot give consent so that is one reason the other reason is more complicated and there has more angles to it which is of course the kind of aristoteles in argument of the purpose of things you know the purpose of what is the purpose of your body and that is where a lot of sexual morality comes from it is not oh i hate gay people it is sexuality has a purpose and you're not using it for that purpose and that is basically breaking the law of virtue.

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"sexual crime" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Time is six four your full forecast comes your way at six ten but the heavy rain is expected to continue at times today and there is a flood watch out for today brian thompson has his eye on it they'll have the forecast for us as i mentioned in just a few moments where to start with a utility problem in bay people would amran in missouri replacing utility pole that was destroyed in an accident last night it's a big band and subtle one lane northbound on big band is closed while crews replaced the poll if you're traveling this morning of course the rains are causing ponding on the streets and highways if you see water covering the road do not cross it it could be deeper than you think and there was a problem earlier in the depressed section downtown as you approach to the northbound lanes at walnut people were backing up because of the ponding there so be aware of incidents like that in other news the day after indictment number series governor for a sexual crime republican lawmakers now are working on a letter calling on eric grinds to resign one of the republicans working them a letter as one of the senior house republicans farming dunn's kevin angler i believe situation scott point because the cloud of faith cloud overhead and his family do the right thing and strong consider resigning is having a negative effect on the state his policies aren't even being looked at because if deemed to be it even ineffective in really a non factor house republicans will caucus before they're monday meeting when discussion of a resignation letter or impeachment is likely from the state capital fill brooks news radio eleven twenty kmox a.

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"sexual crime" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"Turned out i had like a super short meeting with him in an airport for like thirty minutes and when i met with him he was like thank you for the work you do i was like thank you for the big fat check that you're at me he's like no thank you for the to his whole like demeanor was really different he was just thankful that i was serving the world and not everybody's like that about it and then we're really struck me about that meeting with bill is like bill loves gaudin grace and he said do you serve people with sexual criminal histories and i said no on the texas prison system won't allow us to serve that i believe all things can be redeemed and look i'm going to say this right now tim nobody likes sexual crime especially not me on having been a victim of that myself nobody likes sat but if people with even ugly crimes don't have an opportunity rebels those are the crimes that we don't want retreated in society right so anyway bill said to me do you serve people who have committed those crimes and they said no because the texas prison system won't let me and he said well what if we started a different organisation like a separate umbrella that serb those people and i said well you know maybe w i seem to think about in the future because a lot of my texas donors when they find out that i don't serve people with a certain crime category they're relieved in there so glad meat sometimes tell me they wouldn't find me if i serve those people which always likes surprises me some like why wouldn't you weren't those people rehabilitated anyway i'm kind of deviating right now but um you know bill had a really different heart and bill had no reason to care about those people but i think bill bill cares.

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"sexual crime" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Way as someone who as a supporter of civil liberties to think that there could be kind of just mob opinion that would take down some buddy and deprived them of their job without them having a chance to confront their accusers and sometimes not even knowing the names of their accusers it could go badly i think and so i i mean i think there are a lot of reasons to be concerned rebecca what he thanked well i share the anxieties about the civil liberties aspect of this um and it yes there is a degree to which i worry about category collapsed though i think that most people do understand that there is a difference between a come on in the workplace verses something like the kind of stuff that harvey weinstein has been alleged to have done violent rape i think one of the reasons that were talking about this huge variety of trespass in the same category and yet we don't always have the language to express how these things are different is because too often we see it through a sexual lens were talking about it as a sexual crime and therefore how can an awkward come on in a workplace the anything lake nonconsensual masturbation or rape which some of these guys are accused of doing and of course there are not but i think we have to be clearer in talking about the fact and dangerous gutted this that these are work place harms this is professional economic i'm done to women and workplaces now in some of the more extreme cases they may also be sex crimes but part of what we're talking about is a series of behaviors that.

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"sexual crime" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"sexual crime" Discussed on WWL

"Can call them named you want to what you're the hypocrite and you think you're so up up at all that's what i don't like about well adjust i mean that's your it hit look jeff that's your opinion and i appreciate i appreciate the fact that you for whatever you think of me you're still listening to the show no no no no i'm bored epa when i look at the show but i appreciate the it doesn't it doesn't matter whether you're border excited i mean at least eur jeff at least you're listening about you jeff your list fact you always rant and rave about your property never ever talk about your hypocrisy jeff i'm glad you had a chance to express your opinion while i'm glad you glad your you're it kept him on a little longer than we would have had to beat him not a serious first of all rodger ales was a genius in that he used sex to help sell the fox network it was so effective in the sexual overtones if they had it and and again there's a huge difference between using sex to sell a product any sexual crime i mean this guy jeff is essentially saying that there's no difference between a woman walking down the street in a in a short skirt who was sexy and and raping her and that's not what i said at all now there are people who just think of certain thinking thinking they're never gonna think anything else that's part of this job look of getting calls right now so if you're on hold stay with us i've got a break for news paul i will get to your calls as soon as we uh as soon as we come back but i gave rodger ales credit for understanding the role that sex plays in selling a product but that is not equivalent to a sex crime and cnn and even msnbc are showing signs of doing what fox did in terms of having sex appeal sex appeal as differs from sexual assault we'll be back.

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