35 Burst results for "Shaw"

Mark Shaw: The Cover up That Let Carlos Marcello Get Away With Murder

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:47 min | 2 d ago

Mark Shaw: The Cover up That Let Carlos Marcello Get Away With Murder

"Was it wolf? Yeah, Morris. Morrison, why do you suppose he did nothing when he could have done something? Well, I think that you can see a stream of information about senator Cooper, who was one of JFK's closest friends. And that's where Morris Wolfe met Dorothy kill gallon at these parties at senator Cooper's home in Georgetown. And I've confirmed all of that. You can see a stream through there where he's having second thoughts, of course. He submitted, he writes a letter of resignation, which he doesn't send because they aren't inviting him to the hearings. They're not telling them when the hearings are. If you can imagine that. And then he starts to question things. And if you look at what Morris wolf said, he is continuing to have doubts about all of this. And then he decides, okay, I'm going to go along with it, Eric, because I'm going to get the dissent that senator Richard Russell and Georgia want that we both want in the final report. It's going to say we don't believe in the silver bullet theory. We don't believe in the Oswald alone theory, and we've been guaranteed by none other than chief justice Warren that that will be in the final report. The reason he's hiding in this photograph is because they never put that in there. And you imagine how history would have changed if that would have been in the report. Things would still have been open. Marcelo and his people got away with murder, basically, of the president of the United States because they covered all this up. And that's I think why Cooper kept quiet. You know, they had a coat of silence. LBJ and Hoover made them basically sign the fact. I don't know if it was an actual document. They would never talk about this. And if you look at the media coverage of the Warren commission, they never did. For all those years, they never did anything.

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Mark Shaw: Connecting Joe Kennedy and J. Edgar Hoover

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:46 min | 2 d ago

Mark Shaw: Connecting Joe Kennedy and J. Edgar Hoover

"Wanted in our final segment to connect Joe Kennedy the patriarch to J. Edgar Hoover. Go ahead. Well, all of this is my contribution to history. You know, it all landed in my lap somewhere and so I feel like it's my duty to let people know about this. They can make up their own minds. I write stop and think books. But one of the most miraculous things that I found, my wife said, I screamed when she came when I came across this. From the national archives, a document that showed at one point, Joe Kennedy wrote a really nice letter to J. Edgar Hoover, praising him up and down about everything he was doing and everything. And then if you can believe this, said, you know, mister Hoover, FBI director Hoover, you should run for president. And if you do, I will back you financially. That just blew my mind. Yeah. Here. You know, it's just corrupt. It's just corrupt stuff, and it bothers the conscience that these kinds of things. Listen, this is the point. And it relates as to where we are today. When you wonder how it is that the clintons and the bidens can be so corrupt, we have to understand folks. This is human nature, apart from God, this is what power does to people. It is evil, it hurts people. And when you think about J. Edgar Hoover, I mean, the idea that this man had the power that he did as the director of the FBI for decades, folks, unelected for decades, tremendous power to look into people's lives. And he himself is a tremendously mysterious creepy figure. It

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Mark Shaw: LBJ, J. Edgar Hoover Wanted to Cover up JFK Assassination

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:44 min | 2 d ago

Mark Shaw: LBJ, J. Edgar Hoover Wanted to Cover up JFK Assassination

"Books released today. I'm very proud of it. I wasn't going to write it. But I'll tell you one of the first things I found audio tape conversations between LBJ, the new president, and J. Edgar Hoover, on two particular dates in 1963 and four. And these guys, you talk about dark and diabolical. These two men were planning. No question about it to deceive the American people in the world about what really happened to JFK. Here's just a few, you know, two or three of the conversation points. LBJ, yes. His secretary. J Edgar Hoover on extension two one 9 two. LBJ, are you familiar with this proposed group that they are trying to put together on this study of your report and Hoover's report is Oswald alone and other things too from the house two from the Senate, somebody from the court, a couple of outsiders. Hoover, no, I haven't heard that. I've seen the reports on the Senate investigation investigating committee they're talking about. Well, they'll be Jay says, we think if we don't have to, I want to get by by just filing your report. J. Edgar Hoover, I think it would be very, very bad to have a grace of investigation. Well, the only way LBJ says we can stop them is probably a point of high level one to evaluate report and put someone pretty good on it and we can select who it is. J. Edgar Hoover, yes, because we would get a bunch of television going, that would be bad. J. Edgar Hoover, it's a three ring ring circuit. It would be a three ring circus. So right away, see, there are controlling what's going to be happening. And then they go through all of these individuals as people can read. Who they think might be on the commission, and they cross this one out because, well, he might want some publicity. This is

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Mark Shaw: The Kind of People RFK & JFK Were

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | 2 d ago

Mark Shaw: The Kind of People RFK & JFK Were

"The only thing, I mean, when I was reading the book, I was thinking it's sad that marital and Monroe died. It said, particularly that Dorothy kilgallen died. It's less sad that JFK died because when you look at his life, the depravity is astonishing. It is absolutely astonishing that the level of entitlement, the idea that his father and his family had extreme extraordinary power and that they used it to rig an election, which is an abomination in the United States of America, all crime is wrong, but to steal an election is really, really dirty. And then of course, as a young man, married to a beautiful woman, he is bringing prostitutes into The White House. It's just so dark. And so awful. So it seems a tragic tale, whether he's assassinated or not. It's just so filthy. Well, it all comes around, you know, in life. And I have new information in fighting for justice. JFK's a senator. He's obviously having sex with his secretary. And it's in a building in Georgetown. And he goes over there, and there's a woman who lives next door. And she decides to go ahead and let him know that she's going to tell the media about it. He confronts her on the street on the street the next day with his finger in her nose. You go ahead and you do that, you'll never work in this country again. Okay? That's what kind of a person he was. And then Joe Kennedy just covers all this up. I mean, JFK was married before he married the Jackie. And Joe covered that up. That was his greatest, but of course the least. It's almost funny. That seems like a charming thing, you know,

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Eric Metaxas: The Meaning of Christmas

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:04 min | 2 d ago

Eric Metaxas: The Meaning of Christmas

"Okay, do you think America has lost the true meaning of Christmas? What do you think that meaning is? I don't know what could be more confusing than we say when we ask these questions like the true meaning of Christmas. Why does Christmas even have to have a meaning? I mean, here's what Christmas is. It's a celebration of the birth of Jesus who is the second person of the Trinity. So when we talk about the meaning of Christmas, it can kind of become this kind of commercialized like everybody's in the Christmas spirit. And I think to that extent we've lost the true meaning of Christmas in the sense that it becomes attenuated into nothingness, that it gets about gift giving. It's not about gift giving. We give gifts to celebrate the birth of Jesus. So I think we really have to make an extra effort to focus on the actual meaning of Christmas and the penumbra is less important. Okay, all right, so the actual meaning the birth of Jesus Christ savior of the world.

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Mark Shaw: A Journey to Investigate JFK, Marilyn Monroe's Death

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 2 d ago

Mark Shaw: A Journey to Investigate JFK, Marilyn Monroe's Death

"This book you obviously your journalist, your investigative reporter, you've written many books on the subject of the JFK assassination and Marilyn Monroe, Dorothy gallon. In this book, you take the different tack, really, of telling your story so that people can understand how it is that you of all people would find yourself being able to figure out what innumerable people have been trying to figure out for low these many decades. And in the course of telling your story, you of course tell about when you lived in the 70s in Denver, you were mistaken for another famous Denver resident at that time. None other than the famous John Dutch endorf whom we know as John Denver. Yeah, what I decided to do, I have so many people who've gotten in touch with me and I'm sure they will after listening to your broadcast here. I must crowd sorcerer they call me because when I've sent all my material out there into the world, I get all these tips from people who've watched the presentations on YouTube or the book read the book or whatever. And so I've been asked, how did I do this? Because people who know me well realize I almost dropped out of Purdue. I couldn't pass a physics class, so I almost dropped out. It took me 6 years to get through. It took me a long time to get through law school. And then I've had this incredible improbable journey to where I felt like that somehow or another I was supposed to investigate JFK's death and that of Maryland and Dorothy. So it is an improbable journey. I hope it's an inspiring one. Because I'm not the smartest guy. You're able to go after this material.

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Eric Metaxas: China's Strict COVID Policies Are Evil

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01:29 min | 2 d ago

Eric Metaxas: China's Strict COVID Policies Are Evil

"First serious one here. What do you think about China's strict COVID policy and the resulting protests? Well, anybody who's been listening to me on this program knows what I think, but in case you need me to give you the short answer. There are sometimes we see evil. There's no other words. Satanic evil. An authoritarian regime behaving in such a way that is as cruel and inhuman as anything you saw under the Nazis or in the old Soviet Union. And the question is, are you speaking up about it? And are you watching those who are saying nothing? The Biden administration, which is very timid about being proud of American liberty. They blather about democracy, but let me tell you, if we had a Ronald Reagan in The White House or a Donald Trump in The White House or probably a George W. Bush in The White House, they would be saying something very strong to support the protesters in China. Many of whom are profound Christians in the underground church. So COVID has been used by authoritarians from Michigan to New York to California to China as a way of oppressing people as a way of crushing liberty and nothing is more dramatically true than in the case of China. So that's what I think of that.

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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05:23 min | Last week

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We just got a couple of minutes left. What can we leave my listeners with, the death of Dorothy kogel and you said in 1968, there was a specific reason. Oh, she was killed in 65. Okay, but earlier you said. Remember that 65, I'm sorry. You've got Maryland in 62. You got JFK and 63. Dorothy in 65 and Bobby finally is killed in 68. And it's a bad time in our history. So the death of Dorothy ko gallan, who do you suppose had her murdered? Well, you look at motive again and Hoover, Hoover, if she writes a book that establishes his covering cover up the JFK assassination, he's history. So he can't let her do that. And actually, within a few, I think, two hours after she died, he had his agents go to her home and take all of her documents and everything else that way. You know, these are my contributions to history. People can make up their own mind. When we talk again, I want to go into more of how the commission was formed because they basically just stacked it, stacked the deck with only Oswald alone people. So, you know, I mean, you're a man of the truth. You go out and find the facts and then you bring them forward and have some conclusion. What they did is they had the conclusion already, and then he tried to fit the facts to it. That's half backwards. And in the betrayal. In the few seconds we have left, again, why did the folks in the war in commission want so much to squash the truth? What's the worst thing that they were afraid would get out? They don't want any other investigations, as we'll talk about. LBJ, they don't want to him to go into his background with the oil companies and everything else, you know, and all the stuff that LBJ was involved in. Hoover doesn't want the Oswald alone theory overturned because that's his big thing. Look at the kennedys, and I'll show you the next time how the kennedys blocked any investigation of the 60 election and any investigation of Bobby's complicity in Maryland's death using Nicholas Cox and Bach to tell the members in a letter don't look into anything but Oswald alone. And folks, if you need proof that this stuff happened, you know that it's happening now. It is happening right now with regard to vaccines with regard to the election with regard to anything you want to name. It has become very, very clear what we're dealing with and by God's grace. It will be exposed, keep praying, keep fighting. Mark Shaw, I can't wait to have you back. Congratulations on the book fighting for justice. We'll have you back as soon as we can. Thank you. Tell me how the show will kiss you just as before happy will be a beyond the sea. Happy Thanksgiving again and again and again. Okay, Alvin. The week, the weekend. We have some particularly exciting news. We do. We're going to save that for in a minute or two before we get to the exciting news. And I am almost shocked at this news. This is big news, folks. I think you're going to have some fun. Okay, I want to mention a couple of things. New traumatic told us that for the rest of this month only, that's November 2022. If you use the code Eric is 35% off. I don't know why they chose to do that at the end of the month, but I would take advantage of it if you're interested, new traumatic dot com, 35% off. Also want to repeat if you're interested in company Socrates in the city. I can only tell you, folks, it is Oz Guinness. He's the gold standard. You'll see when you're there. There's no one like him. If it weren't for Oz, I never would have started Socrates in the city. So this is a very special event December 6th here in New York City. We're looking forward to that. I'm traveling like crazy. I'm preaching in Atlanta at church of the apostles in Atlanta. This Sunday morning. You can find out everything at my website, which is Eric metaxas dot com, and I want to remind you before we tell you the big news, I want to remind you to sign up for my newsletter at Eric metaxas dot com and I want to remind you to support our sponsor Mike lindell by buying all of your Christmas gifts at my store dot com and my pillow dot com and use the code Eric to help support this radio program. There is all kinds of stuff there. You just have to go there and you'll see. But if you want to support a hero, someone that I now think of as a dear friend, kind generous soul when you get to know him, my pillow dot com, my store dot com. And as we always say, the coffee is unbelievable. Oh, yeah. I can't believe how good it honestly. It's going to be mediocre. It's going to be fine. No. It's really good. It is. My store dot com, my coffee dot com..

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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07:36 min | Last week

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Like a coin that won't get lost rolling on tell me Eric, why is relief factor so successful at lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question, the owners of relief factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right, designed to heal, and I agree with them. So the doctors who formulated relief factor for them selected the four best ingredients, yes, 100% drug free ingredients, each helps your body deal with inflammation. Each of the four ingredients deals with inflammation from a different metabolic pathway. And that right there approaching from four different angles may be why so many people find such wonderful relief. So if you've got back pain, shoulder neck hip knee or foot pain from exercise or just getting older, you should order the three week quick start discounted to only 1995 to see if it will work for you. It works for me. It has for about 70% of the half a million people who've tried it and have ordered more, go to relief factor dot com or call 800 for relief to find out about this offer, feel the difference. It's in the life of some absolutely fascinating conversation with Mark Shaw, who's written a book called fighting for justice, brand new book postal press, talking about what really happened with the JFK assassination, the Warren commission, the cover up. It's amazing to me that we're getting somewhere, Mark Shaw. The idea that this whistleblower after 59 years comes to you and volunteers this information. So keep going. Well, he said that, you know, when he looked at this presentation of mine that was in Dallas, one of them that went viral. He was watching it on YouTube. And he saw the name Dorothy kilgallen. And I want to get in a little bit to the formation of the Warren commission with audiotapes between ought to take conversation between LBJ and Hoover and maybe we can do that later. But with him, he said, and this is what blew me away after he's telling me these things. He said, mister Shaw, I knew Dorothy kilgallen. And I said, what? He said yes. I used to go to what he called soirees at the senator's home at 29th and end in Georgetown. And I was invited because I was a bachelor. And I sat at the dining room table, and I sat right next to Dorothy kilgallen. This is when JK was a senator. I think no, he was in The White House then. Okay, so when you say that you said a senator's townhouse in D.C., what senator? The senator on the Warren commission that we're going to name in a few minutes. The man who said all these things to Morris Wolfe about the corruption in the war in commission. Okay, go ahead. So Morris Wolfe says I used to go to those parties. And by the way, I've confirmed the fact that the address is right. But that's where this particular senator lived and some oral histories that I have and everything to confirm it all. So he says I was right there. He called her a bright lightbulb. He said she was even investigative reporter at the dinner table because she was asking me all these questions about this particular senator and all of that. And he went ahead and he said, you know, mister Shaw, this senator and Dorothy kilgallen were a lot alike. They were people of integrity. And I found a lot of tributes to this particular senator because he was that kind of person. And in fact, they'll be J and Hoover picked him for the commission because they thought it would make a lot of difference in terms of the authenticity of the Warren commission. Right. So he said, okay, now, mister Shaw, you may want to know one particular point. It's always been a great secret as to how Dorothy kilgallen ended up with the Jack Ruby Warren commission testimony. Because Dorothy interviewed ruby, she then had the Warren commission testimony, and he then said, well, I can tell you right now, I believe it's very likely that this particular senator a member of the Warren commission and his name was John Sherman Cooper. Senator from Kentucky that I believe he is the one that gave Dorothy kilgallen, the Jack Ruby, Warren commission, testimony, and also made her aware of the corruption in the commission. And that's all important, Eric, because that information gives me more clout in terms of why Dorothy kilgallen in 1968 could not be allowed to write this book. This tell all book about the assassination, the commission, all of that, for Random House that she was writing. She was indeed the reporter who knew too much. And at some point, we can go through exactly how and why, more of how she died. So that's the thread that weaves through everything we have. Now, John Sherman Cooper just let me give you one idea of how well respected he was. I have a quote in the book from Jackie Onassis about him because John Sherman Cooper and his wife were the first couple invited to The White House. When JFK became president, they were very good friends with the kennedys. Jack Kennedy and Jackie were at the senator's home at times when this Morris will. By the way, people won't probably wonder why in the world marked that he weighed all this time to talk to you. Well, they did it. He set out of loyalty to senator Cooper, but he felt like senator Cooper wanted him to give this information and he could trust me. So we go back then to Cooper. Jackie Kennedy, a man of integrity. All you had to do was meet him, and you knew he was an honest man like Abraham Lincoln, another, you know, great man from Kentucky. So I went through and everything, and then I don't want to forget to do this because the most important thing he gave me that solidified my belief as to what he said. Look at the book again. The cover. You've got the Warren commission people here, and you go across from John mccloy, who is a statesman. You go to Lee, whatever his last name is the council. You've got Richard Russell. You've got Gerald Ford. You've got Warren. You've got LBJ. You've got Alan dulles. You've got senator Cooper, and you've got representative box. Morris said to me, Mark, if you want to know how senator Cooper felt about this, look at everybody in the photograph. They're all standing alone, they have not a smile on their face or anything. But look at senator Cooper. He's almost hidden behind Hale Boggs. And here's the main reason why that is. He was so dissatisfied with him. I have his letter of resignation that he wrote. Here's why he was so upset. He and Richard Russell, the senator from George demanded a dissent in the final commission report that they did not agree with the silver bullet theory. There were more people than Oswald and all of that. And they got a guarantee from Earl Warren and from LBJ, that would be in the final report and it wasn't. So we're in turn out to be bums. Who knew? I always thought of them as shining examples of manhood. It's so corrupt. It's so sickening, but by the grace of God, these things, the truth will out to quote one of my favorite poets. We're talking at a Mark Shaw..

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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04:19 min | Last week

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"All the tips that I get from people around the world. Right. And so this man calls me in February. And he said, in the email, first you got email. Mister Shaw, I knew Dorothy kilgallen. Well, that perk my ears up because there's not a lot of people still alive who did. So we talked. He said, well, mister schaff, first of all, I should tell you, my name is Morris wolf, I'm the lawyer who tried to get raul wallenberg, the Swedish man who saved all the lives during the Holocaust out of a Russian prison. I graduated from Yale. I was an attorney, and I worked for Bobby Kennedy when he was in the attorney general's office. In fact, if you want to know how much I can be trusted, JFK and RFK trusted me to carry messages between the Justice Department and The White House because they were afraid that J. Edgar Hoover was Tapping their phones. So I rode my bicycle. I ran back and forth. I was in The White House with a Kennedy. He told me a little bit about their relationship that they really got along well. They were kind of like little kids at times, but JFK got jealous at time when Robert Kennedy got too much media attention. So I found that interesting. And then he said, you know, Robert Kennedy suggested me to a member of the Warren commission as his legislative assistant and we'll get to that man's name in a little bit later and I'll show you why I know what it is. So Morris Wolfe is talking to me and he said, I rode with the member to the hearings. I even was able to wait for him and sit in the back row and listen to the hearings. And among the things he told me, Eric was what, as far as what this member told him were, they already know about the Warren commission, the members, I already know about the Warren ruby connection to organized crime, but they don't want to touch it. It's more than Oswald, but Hoover and chief justice Earl Warren keep pushing the Oswald alone conclusion. I'm very skeptical of the slip shot slip shot job being done by the commission chief. A commission staff, our new president, Lyndon baines Johnson, now wants to cover up and move on. They are going to bury the truth under a pile of stones. My own views are different than the report conclusions. The commission members say that the Oswald alone result is going to be good for God and country, but there is internal corruption and I don't know why I have written my letter offering my resignation. Okay, so you got this note from him recently. No, in February, I got this during phone conversations with interviews with him. That's incredibly recently. We are in 2022. And you're telling me after 60 years, this guy comes out of the weeds, gives you this information. We've just got a minute left in this segment. You said you always look at motive. What was the motive of chief justice Warren and company in burying the truth? What was their motive? Well, as Morris told me, you know, this particular senator and we'll name him. Was so upset with what was going on because he was a man of integrity. He was one of JFK's closest friends as a matter of fact. So the motive that we'll talk about is protection. When you look at the photograph on the front, the front cover of the book, okay? Yeah. Just look at it. You got Robert Kennedy, Dorothy kilgallen, Marilyn Monroe, and J. Edgar Hoover, and then you've got the Warren commission members. And we're going to go through each one of them and why they had to go ahead and produce the conclusion of Oswald alone. It was to protect their asses if you don't mind my saying. So, and it was especially true of Lyndon Johnson, J. Edgar Hoover, Earl Warren, all of these people. And I'm going to connect that later to the fact that I think I know why Joe Biden and all the presidents before him are hiding the JFK records. This is blockbuster stuff folks. We don't normally have blockbuster stuff on the Eric metaxas show. I'm talking to Mark Shaw, brand new book, fighting for justice, stick around. Love lost such a cause give me things that don't get lost..

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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01:53 min | Last week

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, I am so excited to have as my guest this hour mark Shaw. He's the bestselling author of the reporter who knew too much, the new book absolutely fascinating. It's called fighting for justice, the improbable journaling journey to exposing cover ups about the JFK assassination, the deaths and the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy kilgallen. We're getting into it here. So it is really fascinating stuff Mark and we had Johnny Russo on this program a few times and he said, you were absolutely dead on and he was somebody that was deeply connected with the mob and Frank Costello's boy, so to speak. Very nice kind of amazing to have him ratify what you're saying. But let's just keep going. Well, I'm probably one of the most least likely people who could have ever done this area. I was a college dropout at Purdue. It took me 6 years. I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but I was a criminal defense lawyer for a number of years and then a network legal analyst for the Tyson case and other kinds of Bryant and OJ and all that. I always look at motive when you're looking at who's responsible for a homicide. And so the next book, as you mentioned, it was the reporter who knew too much. And that's where I met this incredible human being journalist, media icon, Dorothy kilgallen. Most people know about her from what my line, the quiz show on CBS for ten years. That's all that I knew. And then I started looking into it and I found out that she had really gotten involved in the JFK assassination. They called her the most powerful female voice in America, the post did. And so I found out that, hey, wait a minute, Dorothy got into this. And she decided that she needed to go ahead and look into it because she and JFK were very close friends.

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'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:53 min | Last week

'Fighting for Justice' Author Mark Shaw Exposes the Truth

"Folks, I am so excited to have as my guest this hour mark Shaw. He's the bestselling author of the reporter who knew too much, the new book absolutely fascinating. It's called fighting for justice, the improbable journaling journey to exposing cover ups about the JFK assassination, the deaths and the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy kilgallen. We're getting into it here. So it is really fascinating stuff Mark and we had Johnny Russo on this program a few times and he said, you were absolutely dead on and he was somebody that was deeply connected with the mob and Frank Costello's boy, so to speak. Very nice kind of amazing to have him ratify what you're saying. But let's just keep going. Well, I'm probably one of the most least likely people who could have ever done this area. I was a college dropout at Purdue. It took me 6 years. I'm not the smartest guy in the world, but I was a criminal defense lawyer for a number of years and then a network legal analyst for the Tyson case and other kinds of Bryant and OJ and all that. I always look at motive when you're looking at who's responsible for a homicide. And so the next book, as you mentioned, it was the reporter who knew too much. And that's where I met this incredible human being journalist, media icon, Dorothy kilgallen. Most people know about her from what my line, the quiz show on CBS for ten years. That's all that I knew. And then I started looking into it and I found out that she had really gotten involved in the JFK assassination. They called her the most powerful female voice in America, the post did. And so I found out that, hey, wait a minute, Dorothy got into this. And she decided that she needed to go ahead and look into it because she and JFK were very close friends.

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

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02:48 min | Last week

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Back. We're talking to Mark Shaw, the book is fighting for justice. I've seen fire and I've seen rain. I've seen sunny days that I thought would never end. I've seen lonely times when I could not find a friend. But I always thought that I'd see you again. In case you haven't been paying attention. The Biden administration has caused a financial crisis, and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leaving the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation, that's the last thing we need. Our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your gold. It is real, it is physical, it's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. It's hard to grasp why anyone would keep voting for record inflation, skyrocketing crime in an open border. Likewise, why would anyone keep funding the left by sticking with the big carriers? Patriot mobile is America's only Christian conservative wireless provider and they want to make it easy for you to try their service. Give them 60 days to show you why I trust them. Right now, when you try patriot mobile for two months, get your third month free plus get free activation. They offer nationwide coverage on the best four G and 5G networks and use the same towers as all three of the major carriers. So you get the same great service while supporting a company that's fighting to preserve our God given rights and freedoms. Just go to patriot mobile dot com slash Eric or call their 100% U.S. based customer service team at 9 7 two patriot. If you're fed up with woke companies that don't care about your values, support a company that does make the switch today and get a free month of service plus free activation, patriot mobile dot com slash Eric that's patriot mobile dot com slash Eric or call 9 7 two patriot. Folks, I am so excited to have as my guest this hour mark Shaw..

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Mark Shaw and Eric Discuss the Shady Dealings of the Kennedy Clan

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:41 min | Last week

Mark Shaw and Eric Discuss the Shady Dealings of the Kennedy Clan

"1960, Joseph Kennedy, the father of JFK, RFK, teddy Kennedy. He had been a bootlegger. He had been involved with dark forces during prohibition, so he has these connections. He wants his son to be elected president. He makes a deal with these old colleagues. And as you just said, basically says, if you help me to get my son elected president, I will leave you alone. Exactly. And so then I had an eyewitness who was right at breakfast where Joe ordered JFK to a point Bobby Kennedy attorney general. And you can just imagine the reaction from those mafioso had helped him get in The White House because Bobby Kennedy during the mcclellan hearings, which were those racketeering Harry earrings years earlier, had gone after all those guys. James hoffa, Carlos Marcello, traffic Conte, all the Mickey Cohen, all of them. So they were alarmed and they should have been because one of the first things in 1961 that Bobby did was go after Marcelo, who was the New Orleans Don worth millions and millions of dollars, racketeering, prostitution, all kinds of things. This is a 100% classic portrayal like out of a movie. You make a deal with the mob and as soon as JFK appoints his brother, which is its own bizarreness, but appoints his brother. Everyone knows his brother RFK hates the mob and is going to go after them. So at that moment, you have big trouble brewing because as far as I know, the mob doesn't like to be double crossed.

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Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:58 min | Last week

Why Author Mark Shaw Sought the Truth in the JFK Assassination

"For folks who don't know anything about you, how did you get into this? Because anybody who's been alive in our lifetimes know that there's been tremendous controversy and confusion around certainly the death of president Kennedy, the death of Marilyn Monroe, and many people haven't even heard of Dorothy kill gallon. What brought you? What is your background that brought you to investigate these things as you have done over the years? Well, you ask about how I got into all of this and I have no idea in some ways very Quinn. President Kennedy was killed 60 years ago, you know, nearly 60 years ago or a little bit more. You know, I like everybody else. I cried my ears out. I was a Purdue university as a freshman. And yet over the years then, I bought all this material about J. Edgar Hoover saying Oswald alone. Oswald alone all of that and everything else. And then I had a real break with this because I knew Melvin Belli, who represented Jack Ruby, who shot Lee Harvey Oswald. I practiced law with him in San Francisco in the 80s. And when Belle I died, I started to look into his life and times and I found out that I could have a book there. So I wrote Melvin bell I king of the courtroom. And what I found out was the alarming, a couple things. First of all, he was very close with the mafia, one of his main clients was Mickey Cohen, the Los Angeles gangster. You're talking about but more than talking about Bella, are you talking about Marvin belli was close with the mafia? Melvin bell. Melvin Belli. Bella. Yeah. San Francisco attorney, but also he was known as a tort lawyer. He was a personal injury lawyer. How in the world I asked myself, I mean, you're a curious guy. How did he become Jack Ruby's attorney? So I started looking into that and what I found out was that actually he was a hired by those who wanted to silence Jack Ruby for his participation in the killing of Oswald and the JFK assassination. So

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:36 min | Last week

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Since 1981, unbound is connected people like you with families worldwide on their self directed paths out of poverty, a brighter future as possible for these families when we all walk together. Sponsor a child today and you'll help a family take the first steps on their path. Change their future in just one click. Start walking with your new friend today at unbound dot org slash walk. Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Ladies and gentlemen, buckle your seatbelts and keep your arms and legs inside the car at all times. Here comes mister thrill ride himself. Texas. Oh, hello, I didn't see you come in, folks. I gotta tell you, I'm pretty excited about talking to Mark Shaw. He's been on the program. He's written a book called fighting for justice, the improbable journey to exposing cover ups about the JFK assassination and the deaths of Marilyn Monroe and Dorothy kilgallen, absolutely thrilled to have you, Mark Shaw. Welcome to this program..

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Biden to get updated COVID-19 booster shot, promote vaccine

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last month

Biden to get updated COVID-19 booster shot, promote vaccine

"President Biden is said to roll up his sleeve as his administration urges more Americans to get their updated COVID-19 booster The president today will join the more than 20 million who have already received the shot You'll be joined at a White House event by heads of major drugstore chains which are boosting efforts to help more people get the booster The reformulated Shaw targets the virus most dominant strains The White House's doctor rashi jha says Americans are now facing three respiratory viruses He says getting the COVID and flu shots will help many stay out of trouble There is no shot for what's known as RSV which is affecting children though jaw says drug makers are working on one Sagar Meghani Washington

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Waves of suicide drones strike Ukraine's capital, 3 killed

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Waves of suicide drones strike Ukraine's capital, 3 killed

"Ukraine's foreign minister has called on the European Union to sanction Iran for providing Russia with drones used in attacks on Kyiv In a video statement Demarco Caleb says the time has come to apply sanctions against Iran for supplying weapons to the Russian Federation He was speaking from a bomb shelter amid the air raids He was addressing the EU foreign affairs council when the drone struck Ukraine's capital Drones used in the attack appear to include Iranian made Shaw heads I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Goodbye to Deadline Hollywood's Nikki Finke

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:16 min | Last month

Goodbye to Deadline Hollywood's Nikki Finke

"A great journalist died Sunday morning. And I'm sure a lot of you never heard of her. But if you live in out here on the West Coast and working in this business, you would have followed her and hung on her every word like I did. Nikki think was a veteran entertainment journalist who founded deadline back in 2006 and she helped it grow into a major player among the must read Hollywood trade magazines, variety in The Hollywood Reporter. And she died yesterday morning down in Boca Raton, Florida after a long illness she was 68 years old, and just seeing that age scares me 68. That's just 8 years old and I am now. And she's gone. Let me tell you, once you hit 60, there are two ways to act. You can convince yourself you got 25 years left or concede and cover up and wait for death to Shaw but your door. It helps to have someone you love and others you live for that keep you going. But Nikki Fink didn't have either of those things. So her 60s living alone in Florida and hospice care where a lot of east coast people tend to go to die, must have felt like the right time to check out. Nikki was a great writer. No one had the acerbic wit that she had. Her phone calls were feared, and if she ever wrote about you, it was better to put your hands over your face and read it through your fingers. She was one part investigative reporter, one part gossip columnist, although she hated that term and one part judge jury and executioner. She saw right through the Hollywood elite and trust me when I tell you, hers was the first column they read every morning when she ran deadline from a home somewhere in studio city, California. She had hundreds of sources, broke hundreds of stories and scared the daylights out of everyone in this town. Be they a superstar actor, studio executive or production assistant.

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When the Left Attacks

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 min | 2 months ago

When the Left Attacks

"Fairness, I told Shaw, I called you and then I texted Sean. I called all my homies. How did your parents react? Oh, they thought it was absurd. They were more interested in my reaction to it. Than they were. Next time with your video, what did you decipher next time? Because that's the key in all of these, all of life. I actually am not going to video. I mean, I think our situations were a bit different because this man really sounds like he was verbally assaulting you. He was. That's all he was doing. This woman was bad. I'm not trying to downplay it, but she wasn't as aggressive as that Equinox man sounds. She was just more honestly just stupid. And I actually, I mean, if it ever got to a point where it was really bad, I would take out my phone, but the reason why I may not do that in the future is again, I am so interested to see how these individuals behave in those kinds of interactions.

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Bernard Shaw, CNN's 1st chief anchor, dies at 82

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

Bernard Shaw, CNN's 1st chief anchor, dies at 82

"Former CNN anchor Bernard Shaw has died of pneumonia in Washington at the age of 82 according to former CNN chief executive Tom Johnson I'm Archie's our letter with a look at his life Bernard Shaw was a former U.S. Marine who became CNN's chief anchor when the network began in 1980 although he moderated a presidential debate and covered Tiananmen Square Shaw became famous for his calm under pressure during the Gulf War Here he is reporting on CNN in 1991 The sky over Baghdad is black You could hear an occasional truck or car go by But you wouldn't know that there's life outside these windows Sean left the business nearly 20 years ago He told NPR it wasn't worth it because of all the things he missed with his family while working

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"shaw" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:06 min | 3 months ago

"shaw" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"When you said about. Anything right now. Gary Daniels. Garrett Daniels, because when you said I'd rather hear a jackhammer, my ear, the Gary Daniels, that is exactly the way I feel. I thought it was, I don't know. Him and Bern lindquist, everybody talk about burn was so great. I mean, you can go back and listen to so called game of the century when LSU and bam little plan burn was actively cheering for Bama during that game. If you go back and listen to the catch where it looks like Alabama had a catch at the one yard line and we picked it off and he's like, oh no. I mean, but I mean Gary James of every year, every game, he actively pulled anyway, just drives the fellowship fans crazy. So whenever he finally gets off the air from SEC games will be a good day, but anyway, I want to talk LSU. Sure. Yeah, a lot of these SEC west teams are pinning in LSU as a win. I mean, the entire SEC west and Tennessee and I will say not so fast, my friend, right? Because LSU is going to have an elite defense. All right, you can mark it down LSU will have an elite defense this year. All right. I know we've got some holes here and there, but we're going to do much better than a lot of people saying. I'm not willing to say, okay, I'm not kooky. I'm not going to say we're going to win the national championship. And. Dane is the transfer of Arizona and the state is going to win the Heisman. I'm not going that far. But I can easily see it going 8 four 9 three and pulling some upstairs because most of the games could be toss up games. I mean, everybody's got Alabama is one in pretty big, but an elite defense is a great equalizer and Tiger stadium is a great equalizer. You know, part of the CJ that I don't think and that's why the first game is so critical when we're talking to one of the coaches in the first game in a minute and Mike norvell. That's going to tell us a lot. And I know I try to avoid standardized cliches, but I don't know what to expect from LSU. I think they're going to be good. But last year was such a, bewildering year of good and bad and terrible and excellent. And that is hard to know. Hey, thank you for the call. We've already had one great coach on in David Shaw. We'll talk to norvell later on. We have pat 40 coming up in a minute and give us the latest on this Big Ten meteorites deal that has everybody in college football talking today. Thank you for listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. The Paul fine bomb show airs weekdays on the SEC network beginning at three eastern.

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Illegal Alien Allegedly Raped 10-Year-Old Girl, Media Covered up Story

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:57 min | 5 months ago

Illegal Alien Allegedly Raped 10-Year-Old Girl, Media Covered up Story

"A tragic story. The ten year old girl who Biden talked about in one of his remarks about roe V wade. She was raped by a man. And this is how the mainstream media covered it that she was raped by a man and she had to travel to Indiana to get an abortion. Well, they left out a big part of the story. And here's the big part of the story. The alleged rapist is an illegal alien. This story coming to us from Adam Shaw, who is one of the best writers over at Fox News channel. And Bill Mulligan, both those guys are good buddies of mine and great Americans. Well, actually, Shaw's British, but he's a great American. Anyway, I digress. The man charged with the rape of a ten year old girl in Ohio is a Guatemalan illegal immigrant. The G is silent. This information coming from immigration and customs enforcement. The Columbus dispatch first reported that gerson Fuentes was arrested after police said he confessed to raping the child on multiple occasions. You know what they ought to do with dogs like this? Savage is like this. Once they confess, just go ahead and put them out. That's what they ought to do. And do it in the public square as a warning to any other people who would dare violate a sweet little child. That's what they ought to be doing to these animals. The source told Fox News that Fuentes is a Guatemalan national. In the country illegally, ice is placed a detainer on Fuentes. He will eventually be handed over to the agency for removal proceedings. Well, not now. He needs to go away for a very long time, if not executed. For his crimes.

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"shaw" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

RADCast Outdoors

05:09 min | 5 months ago

"shaw" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors

"Right in the middle of the one on fish intelligence, and that one, I'm very interested. I love that episode. I love that episode, because not to get too far away, but the sky is Australian. And he's the world's leading authority on fish intelligence. And I was just blown away by this episode and I don't know. It's fun to be able to talk to people like that. Yeah, and the thing that blew me away said that fish can recognize people's faces. I was like, wow, that's pretty incredible right there. Right? Yeah, there are a lot smarter than we give them credit. That bass that you caught last face was I could never liked you. Yeah, no, it's great. And I just want to say how grateful I am that you came on the show. I mean, I know you've got lots of other things going on and the fact that you took some time to spend with us just means a whole lot to me and I noticed Seth as well. So thank you so much. Absolutely. No, it's been fun. Let me know. Let me know in the errors and I will share it on that series of tubes. We call the Internet. That sounds excellent. Yeah. All right guys, I'm going to go get back to work. And I'll talk to you soon. Yep, have a great night. You too. All right, see ya. Bye. All right. Well, we just wrapped up with Hank Shaw, award winning author. That was quite the conversation. I feel like I got a ton out of that, Seth. And I mean, that was a lot of fun. Yeah, it's fun to actually get to hear someone that you're familiar with. Either for the podcast and get to ask your question. So that was a really a huge treat for me personally. And there's just some things that it's so easy to forget to bleed your fish. It's such a simple thing, but like to be reminded of like, oh, that's what I can do if I really am serious about harvesting and treating that resource with some respect. And having something that I can really, truly enjoy when I get home. I mean, that's one of the things that my wife and I it's like Victoria and I love the fact that we get to eat like kings because of things like that. Just taking better care of stuff in the field. And you've really put a lot of the recipes to use. And you talked about a few of them on the podcast, but why don't you talk about a few of the other ones that you've done that you really like. So I think the number one and we definitely did talk about this one in the podcast because as he said, people misinterpret how many chipotles you should put in the barbacoa, but the barbacoa recipe is one that's really special to me because, as I mentioned, like that memory of how tedious it was to try and turn shanks into hamburger, the way my family did it, we didn't just ride in things forever. We would actually remove all of that connective tissue, and it was super tedious. It's most of what I remember about butchering parties when I was a kid hated it. And the front shoulder and the neck too. And some of that meat sad to say, we would get a lot of it, but a lot of that stuff ended up as magpie food because of kind of the yield we would get once you actually, once you get rid of the silvers, that connective tissue, the silver skin, you've lost so much that you don't end up with very much, but boy, if you slow cook it, and that

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'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' member admits fraud

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

'Real Housewives of Salt Lake City' member admits fraud

"Jennifer Shaw of the reality show The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City faces 11 to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to a charge of fraud conspiracy I'm Archie Sara letta with the latest Prosecutors say Jennifer Shaw was part of a massive telemarketing fraud from 2012 to 2021 that sold bogus services to people to create their own online businesses Prosecutors say she was the lead broker who told sales workers what to say to victims Shah entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to commit wire fraud in Manhattan federal court on Monday as part of a plea agreement Shah will forfeit $6.5 million and pay $9.5 million in restitution Shah says she knew it was wrong and she is sorry She is free on bail and will be sentenced November 28th

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The Common Denominator in the Latest Spate of Tragedies

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:56 min | 5 months ago

The Common Denominator in the Latest Spate of Tragedies

"There's some interesting hubbub on social media about the highland park shooter, this weird kid, I've seen pictures of him, he doesn't look normal, stable. But nevertheless, of course, there's a normal kind of what is this politics, is he a trumpster, apparently he did go to a Trump rally, but he appears to have gone as a protester or a mocker at one point he's seen draping a flag over himself. Again, the question becoming is he putting the flag over himself because he's an America first patriot or the opposite that he's mocking the flag and doing it as a kind of sarcastic imitation of the so called maga movement. But you have a little different take on all this. You've been talking about what is the common denominator of all this? Yeah, so the common denominator of the not only this shooting, but the wagga Shaw massacre, which I don't know if you guys remember. And you've all done, but Daryl Brooks killed these people with his truck or his SUV or whatever it was, is as you feed. So obviously the weapon of choice was not the same. But what was the same is the fact that they're both lunatics. That is the same. So that is the common denominator between these two. However, the media chooses not to look at one and dwell on another. Obviously, they want they want to take away guns. They want to, they really want to criminalize anybody that gets guns, even though they say no, no, no, we're not going to do that. We're just doing it for, you know, tighten tighten the belt for these other people. The fact of the matter is a lunatic will use whatever. I mean, look at this guy that just killed the former prime minister of Japan. He made his own weapon. He made a gun himself. He's a

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"shaw" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"There's just no question about that. And I've been really honored with people agreeing with those theories. Everybody doesn't, of course, but it's pretty much common sense. And so I've resolved three true crime murder mysteries, which really weren't mysteries at all. And I'm not the smartest guy in the world. I'm really not the greatest researcher in the world. But the truth was out there with regard to what happened to these three individuals. And yet for whatever reason, people just they just ignored the real evidence that was there. And so today we have those distortions of history and we have Dorothy kilgallen and Marilyn Monroe's reputation still ruined that Maryland committed suicide, which he did not and Dorothy died as a drug addict, which she didn't. And so I'm going to continue to work as hard as I can to get justice for these two women and JFK as well. Mark, thank you very much for your work and thank you for joining the program. I want you to take a minute and leave listeners with some final final thoughts what you like them to walk away with this episode. Well, again, just ask questions. And watch for distortions of history. Watch for people who are saying things that really can't be corroborated and they're doing for their own motives. And I wanted to also say, many of the evidence that's in my books, including collateral damage comes from listeners and viewers of my interviews or presentations. So you can go to Mark Shaw books and find out and find me there to get in touch or it's M Shaw IN at Yahoo dot com. Please get in touch with me. I answer every single email that I get. And I welcome criticism and that's what you want to do or at least if you know something that you think will help me with my research. Please get in touch with me. Mark, thank you very much. Pleasure speaking with you again until next time, I'll be looking forward to it. All right, take care of yourself. You're a good man. I appreciate it again bye bye. There's Mark Shaw, ladies and gentlemen, and look, I mean, yeah, he's very very humble. He's been joining the show. October is what I found. October 2017, I started this Joe show officially in January. Of 2017, I think it may have been enough to look and see what the first Wednesday was the first Wednesday that month is the new year just after the new year. And I think I think I picked a kitty up wherever she is. She still might be in Miami. I don't know where she is. I think I picked her up in a lift and November of that month. Anyway, Mark Shaw. This is a guy that crosses his eye across his tees thoughts his eyes. He does phenomenal work. He simply just does great work. And as you can see, he means business. Yeah, he's meeting with the right peoples. He's filing lawsuits, rain needs to file lawsuits, he's an attorney, right by trade. That's what he is. And he's very good at it. And he's obviously given some he's given some great he's giving some great commentary on some pretty key cases in modern history of this country. So..

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"shaw" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

Discussions of Truth

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on Discussions of Truth

"Skype's got a poor connection, and then right now, see, I don't have a strong cell connection. They got to get a strong Wi-Fi connection, but I got a week. Oh here we go. Mark? Okay, let's see here. Hold on a second. Mark, can you hear me? Okay. All right. I could not hear Mark. And that is, I'm going to run a quick test here. Quick sound test it. Again, to continue with seeking destroy, make sure that picks it up. No, okay, so there's a. There's an issue here with this equipment, but I appreciate what have I done here. What have I done? So I'm going on with my kinetic sound texture. It came out great. Here we are. Okay, so we should be good here. Okay, it should be good here to bring on Mark Shaw. Mark Shaw ladies and gentlemen, you're gonna dial him in again, see that he answers here. We should get this get this going here apologize for the Ada. Here we go. There we go. Yes. Hello. Got you this time, Mark, how are you? I'm good. You're a busy man. Mark, I was looking back at the I was looking back at the email threads that you and I had and it seems that you first appeared on this program, October of 2017. And this is now your fourth fourth, maybe fit, fourth time joining the program. You and I go, but you go back away and since starting this market, it's just it's really picked up it's in the past year. The work that I'm doing here is really picked up within the last year. I'm glad for you. I really am. You're a good man and I'm glad to hear that for sure. Mark, you're busy as well. And you keep digging into the Dorothy killing. Let's get into update. If listeners aren't familiar with your work, I think it's fair. Please give an introduction to who you are. Well, thanks. I'm a really blessed man. Tomorrow, be my. It's hard to believe it would be my 76th thanks for giving, I was thinking this morning. So I'm very blessed to be alive at this age and good health and all of that. But I never intended to be an author Ian. I was a core student at Purdue university, which is archiving my body of work now, which means a lot to me. But I was a terrible student there. And then not even a very good student in law school. But since then, I've been very fortunate with things..

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"shaw" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

An American Conversation Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on An American Conversation Podcast

"It's me leland. Rose helena deborah and a special guest. Today we have ted shaw ted today. We're gonna ask you some pretty crazy questions. And it's gonna be about critical race theory and helena. You're going to have to introduce ted for me. Because i don't know you on it. So we we have with us. Ted shaw theodore emma who has a very long and illustrious work history in the world of race work. And so if you ask ted. He'll say he's race man and that's one of the things that will color no pun intended. Everything that he says about everything but when we started to talk about critical race theory we wanted to make sure that we had an expert because there people are ding dong who think they know everything and don't and this is the person probably the best. I think in the country at least to answer questions on race. His entire career has been race work and he's the fifth after thurgood marshall as the head of the end of lacey pe- legal but fence fund among other things and now runs the center for civil rights at unc law school at carolina. There's no better person to answer questions about race and race in america especially than ted shaw. So ted we welcome you and thanks for being here tonight. Hi ted you and thank you for that generous introduction once they have to say my may right off the bat because the courage to me that while nothing alone said was an accurate the term race mangoes back to the turn of the twentieth century and it was first coined by the great w e the boys the great historian scout and he wrote about the experience of african americans than negroes. We will call the to nets of being both black and being american. And it's really important to say that 'cause while lona said that everything i say do with colored by race yes and no. It's but i'm i'm an american and a lot of what we're gonna talk about is part of the american story all of it. Is it okay. So there's been a ton of chatter in every platform on every platform in recent days and weeks about critical race theory and a lot of people talk about it with expertise who are not experts. They think they know what they're talking about when they don't they assign critical race theory to a lot of experiences events and experiences and it's not really related so i had i saw video of a woman who is screaming. I'm not a racist just. Because i don't want critical race theory taught in my child's school. So tell us what you can ted. She's just talking about me. Not knowing anything and talking out of my ass out the size that the conversations going on at talk about critical race theory being taught in elementary school children. that's not sets. It's important to talk about if we're gonna talk about critical race theory to understand what its origins are and what it is so critical race. Siri came into being in the nineteen eighties. I can talk about some of the audibles of written law professors who are black. Who will latino wage in america. But what they were doing was bringing a new kind of perspective and analysis to the issues of rates the constitution civil rights and the law and it was about lol and a critical way of looking at construct of law and that's what it has remained. Now what has happened is that conservatives have hijacked the term and distorted and defined it to serve their interest in furthering cultural wars. Talk about children. Now when we talk about. What's being taught to chill. There is a difference of opinion about what they ought to learn. What history do we teach. Who's excluded from history. Included that is incredible rage steering. That's a discourse about what we teach our children and how study is to. Those are two important things i can talk more about. What critical receive years. But it's not the same thing as discussion about whether and how we teach history in this country. Ted would you just break it down. And what exactly critical race theory is an also when it segue from being discussed the ideas discussed in the academic world to the public. That's fairly recent phenomenon i talk about. What could reach do is and how it came into being so i think about one of my favorite early articles and what we now call critical race theory. The author is charles lawrence lawrence who taught at a number of law schools. He's out now. Hawaii now taught arbit- quite some time. You wrote an article in about nineteen eighty-seven call the id the ego and sub-conscious racist to classic article really worth reading and what his point was in in summary. Is that the way. The jewish supreme court that had come to beat was that it required civilized find us people who claim they were discriminated against to prove the but racial discrimination is much more complex and sophisticated and subtle. So it's not just about in a lot of people subconsciously are racist. In fact i would say. I'm not the only one. Say i would say that we all have some of that in us subconsciously. Someone will say something like. I don't have a racist bone in my body. My house go walk. Think a little bit harder about that. Because we're all infected with this disease stat has been endemic in our country since gravity beginnings so his article was about the ways in which racism is often subconscious and it was arguing that we need to be visit the jewish foods that supreme court lay down in climb for example the fourteenth member. Let me give it. Another quickest apple. About a very important article that is part of what we think of betsy could've race theory kim crenshaw crenshaw who has taught in fact you teaches. She's on to law school faculties. I don't know how she does it at the same time but she does. Oh yeah one has been. She's brilliant one of one has been. Ucla one is columbia. We will colleagues. But i've known her for decades cam wrote an article that talked about the the ways. In which lack women latino women they experience what she called section now much more common term. They live at the intersection of race and gender and both of those things are important in defining their experiences and she's written about intersection now the and we can talk about sexuality and apply it to lgbt. Chew people of color or other experiences that identify people live.

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"shaw" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

Negotiate Anything

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on Negotiate Anything

"Who want to learn more about the work we've done in the past and it's a great refresher if you've been the listener for a long time enjoy a lisa. Thanks for joining us today. Thank you for having me. Yeah it's great to have you another teammates on the show. so how. 'bout you get started by telling us a little bit about yourself and what you do. Yes alicia shaw i'm an attorney with carlisle patching and murphy and i do our employment law. We usually represent employers. So i'm typically on the management side and i do a lot of hr consulting a lot of counseling for our employers And and a lot of compliance work in terms of. What do i do when this happens. And and what happens. What do i need to do if you know someone makes a request for an accommodation just a lot of very basic Hr counseling and consulting. And it's a lot of fun antastic and so everybody in case you weren't up to date so i'm also an attorney at carlisle patching and murphy. Because i am a stereotypical caribbean american with multiple jobs. So if you need if you need legal representation in ohio we have you and you could work with alicia..

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"shaw" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

You Are Not So Smart

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart

"Our guest on this episode of the. You are not so smart. Podcast is dr. Julius shaw a psychologist. Who has been on the podcast several times and someone who i consider a true friend and she is the author of evil and the memory illusion the latter of which we haven't really gotten into on the show not the book itself nor the research she did that led to that book and i wanted to bring her back on the show. Because we've never talked about the book. Let's talk about the book but also last month. She had another study published. That paper was written and researched a while back and just now made it through the vetting pipeline of science and it harkens back to our original focus as a researcher. Memory you see. Julia is famous among psychologists. Because she was able to implant false memories into a group of subjects and convince seventy percent of them that they were guilty of a crime they did not commit and she did so by using the sort of sloppy interrogation techniques that some police departments have been truly guilty of using in the past in other words. She showed that. Unbeknownst to the interviewer and the interviewee asking a certain series of questions in a certain order is all it takes to alter a person's memory and in some cases that leads people to a conviction a wrongful criminal conviction that they themselves wrongfully believe they deserve. I think you will enjoy this and here. It is a conversation with dr julia. Shaw about memory. I'm.

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"shaw" Discussed on National Trust Podcast

National Trust Podcast

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on National Trust Podcast

"Absolute cherry garrard. Who went to paul with scott sitting around talking about all expiration. You know so many different things but you can imagine the kind of atmosphere but there was in this room can see. We've got some very interesting characters on the mantelpiece gandhi there. At the beginning he sets a good tone because of course he was like peaceful resistance. The next aginsky one of the earliest revolutionaries who ends up very unsavory job as chief of police in the soviet union lenin and then in short truly believed in socialism at the way to make the world a better place as did many intellectually time from the right. This is birthplace in sing street in dublin. And you'll recognize with whiskers on the right is all shore champion. Gibson's work. He is he was the first writer who put the personal on the stage of the the whole issue of new women and women's rights. That shaw was at what he was writing about in pigment. Well in all its place but pygmalion perhaps the most well known malian was about the flower girl who was selling flowers outside common garden. She was there when the opera turned out and the very rich country. Were waiting for taxis to go home. When the professor phonetics he gins over here and thinks her accent wonderful and makes his notes about it and then realizes that there's another phonetics expert standing right next to him and they have the bet that they will pass off as duchess within six months. It's absolutely hilarious. He wrote that play here. After sure died that was made into the musical. My fair lady which still is still performed all over the world today and in this box over here. If you'd like to put some gloves on this for us my goodness an oscar for writing screenplay of pygmalion and it looks quite worn as if it was well he used it as a dose of course show had little time for such nonsense. Yes yes let's go upstairs and have a look bedroom. What we have here is short bedroom and his charlotte's bedroom next all that does say something about their married life and their relationship certainly suggested that the marriage wasn't consummated. It was more about work and about the joining together to energies to create something. Really big and important that would change the world where charlotte was a suffrage est. A great benefactor and supporter of the arts was a very talented and busy and gifted women in in iran right. it's absolutely. She was the show library. London school of economics for example charlotte shores library. It's not burn chores so we can see how influence all over the place but yes she very much was the gate keeper in a sense while she was here to keep people away from shore in looking at who was getting close to him and then she also looked at writing out in typing up some of his scripts helping with his office work and things like that but they spoke a lot. You know they were very close. You can see that. Okay so now in a storeroom and he. We've got this wonderful birthday book which contains handwritten messages to short feinstein. It's an inch and a half thick with letters. From some of the great some of the truly great people not in the era of of the modern period rarity i mean combination with one from einstein. He had a huge influence beautiful. Think it's a celinda books. And there we have sort of force capsize. Leather bound book with the initials s in the front usually tooled. Blue leather with gold. On my goodness. You've opened it. George bernard shaw nineteen twenty five. There's us the nobel prize for literature. This was huge body of work. It's as in there that it has great humanity but also it's infused throughout great poetic peachy wonderful tour of house come out through sort of back door from the kitchen onto a law. Sure wanted to house to be left as a living shrine and one of the ways we do. That is through having outdoor fear to here. So in the background you can hear the actors prep into give their performance down to the cape if you like a declaration of independence with engines on jonas jonas cam perform it shores corner every year for the past ten years. My father's place by his own wish. Nobody could say a word to game star traveling together. Hi i'm laney sherman. Axa her lovely to have to actors here performing at shaw's corner the place where he wrote a lot of these words. What's what does it feel like for you. It's lovely it's really. It's such a peaceful place and to read his words and to to know that this is where we create them coming on stage through the porch here onto the terrorist. When you're performing in a play is always quite daunting because gandhi and all manner of people walk through that door there so you're following footsteps of giants and then you're coming onto perform the lines that he wrote upstairs or in there and you often feel like his spirit might be watching so you really feel the pressure to have a good performance when your insurance corner. It's a big responsibility. You have as an actor in getting into the current to. How'd you go about doing that. With shorts peculiar to shores characters found other savage. And i think that's what's wonderful also shoe often. We'll give you a massive description of physical description and yet restrictions are something to be saying really description. The audience are very receptive every year. I've been doing it here. And they they love it more and more even the obscure ones that they've never heard of because he's always relevant. We did the millionairess a good few years ago. Right in the middle of the banking crisis. One of the lines are open. Act to never put your money in a bank to which the audience laughed about five minutes. We had to really wait for them to come down. And that have every time in a short place..

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Metaxas boileau albumin. Come back come back to you. I just want say that are my summer vacation. Just i went to the car wash posted on instagram. You did. I went to the car wash and i and i I filmed the whole thing and it was very exciting. Were you riding on top of your car. And no i was inside. The car traditionally right inside the car. Okay let's warn our viewers in our one today. We're going to complete our conversation with mark. Shaw mark shaw claims that robert f kennedy had marilyn monroe murdered. He gives a lot of information gianni. Russo has made that claim on this program. It's horrifying to think that this could be real but you'll hear more later now. People want to watch the video if you wanna watch the video folks. I'm going to say it again. Youtube cancelled us. We are. we're at war with youtube because they're evil. They're working for the chinese communist party. There's anything wrong with that. Who who are we to judge whether torture and slavery are bad or good. Topsy turvy times. A we don't want to cast aspersions but let's just you know sum it up by saying youtube is evil and they've canceled this program so if you want to watch this as a tv program you have to subscribe to our rumble channel or even easier for you you go to eric. Metaxas dot com. That is my name. Not the dot com part. I added that later eric. Metaxas dot com. Sign up for the newsletter. Now the reason. I'm asking you to do this. I'm begging you to do. This is because a couple times a week. We send you all of these programs as videos. We send photographs. We sent extra stuff yesterday. I did a whole thing on flag day. Now if you're not subscribe to the newsletter you maybe didn't even know it was flagged a shame on you read chinese communist you So we want you to taxes dot com. We want you to sign up for that. What.

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So what did they do. They your eyes are wide mine. Were too when. I found that to be true. And i've gotten documentation on that. So what did they do. Did they go out and talk to. All these witnesses maryland was not in suicidal mode. That's always been a phony belief. She was feeling great. Merrill northey wrote a column about her. she's back in the new. She's she's got somebody in her life. That's a bigger name than joe dimaggio. Who would that have been. You know all of that was she was she. She trim sqi could have been wrong time on the front. But i mean so it was common knowledge or at least dorothy. Co gallon was Hinting around about rfk at that point. Yes said she thought he was the last person who would have talked to her. That he was the man in her life. and all of that but going back to maryland. She had just settled problem with twentieth century. Fox for the movie. Something's got to give. And more than that for maryland. She thought she might get to merit remarry module and have children. I ve humanized all three of the subjects in this book so people will know what we lost in these. Three people losing their lives but she hoped that that would happen. And also she'd been offered a broadway play which was always her dream because she wanted to be treated as a real actress. And so what did parker do. They appointed a three psychiatrists panel to look into her mental state. They came back obviously without doing any research and said yes. She was suicidal and of story probable suicide. It's it's just astonishing together but so but let me ask the question again. Because i don't think you answer that you just clarify the question. Is this book. I proof that Rfk was involved in the murder of marilyn monroe. You know. I believe that is but i can't say that because i haven't looked at a lot of these other books i don't do that. I don't depend on other people's research. I will say my research is. I think the most credible in terms of pinning the death of marilyn monroe on robert kennedy for all the reasons. I've talked about motive. The love affair all the things that were going on with regard to her at that particular time i mean. He's the most logical suspect. There's no question about that based on motives and you know what. After she died there was never any a sorrow from the kennedy family. There was no but they basically just dismissed it. And there's you know. I've got fifty fifty or more similarities in the book between the life in times of marilyn monroe and dorothy kilgallen and one of them is that neither one of them ever gotten investigation. They both were denied just Eerily is astonishing folks are talking to the author of collateral damage the mysterious deaths of marilyn monroe dorothy kilgallen mark shaw. We're going to return with you a lot. More to go over including details on who killed jfk. How that happened how that happened. We'll be right back folks who work metaxas show either folks. How many years have been telling you about relief factor. What like four. The truth is i know there are millions of people in fact some say over one hundred million people struggling with some kind of pain maybe from exercise just getting older at that could do it getting older. Which is why. I am so impressed. With pete. and. Seth talbot they are on a mission. You rarely see this kind of focus. And commitment seriously they recently shared with me that they are doubling down and want to literally double their total number of happy customers in the next year. And i believe they'll do it. So here's the deal if you're struggling with back neck shoulder hip or knee pain. Even general muscle aches and pains than i'm suggesting you order their three week. Quick start still discounted to only nineteen ninety five about a dollar a day to see if we can get you at a painting and then after that less than the cost of.

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"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:57 min | 1 year ago

"shaw" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"With your host. Eric metaxas what on the program. This is eric metaxas show. My guest is someone who has written many books many more than i have written. His name is mark shaw mark. I don't know where to begin with you. I wanna talk about your new book. Collateral damage the mysterious disappearance of marilyn monroe and dorothy kill gallon. But how do you some yourself up. If somebody says hey. Who are you at this point. Are you just an author of many books or do you get into what you were doing before You were famous for writing. Well i'm i'm the basic overachiever eric. Recently my alma mater purdue university where. I spent six years trying to get a bachelor's degree honored me by being the Archival repository for my body of work. thirty books. My research books my notes my days on network television demanding american. Some of those shows mike former criminal defense days legal analyst on a on the networks and all of that and i was i thought they had the wrong guy. Because you know i was just such a terrible student in at purdue. I'm the ultimate overachiever. I think i'm a hard worker like you are. I've i've researched you a and we're both curious people. I think if anybody was asked about me. That's probably one of the things that they would Would tell you that. I've always been curious person. And i've always represented the underdogs. I did that as a public defender. And then as a criminal defense lawyer and that really leads to this new book collateral damage. Because i'm i'm now representing as the voice to women to remarkable women Marilyn monroe and dorothy kilgallen who both were denied justice when they died in the nineteen sixties. So i want to talk about that. This is so fascinating. And i'll get into the minute. I just wanna be clear purdue. What is purdue. They're they're the ribeiro ended. They're going to be a archives. There is going to have all of my body of work. I've sent them about own twelve or thirteen boxes of everything. I've kept over the years. And the honor is so special. Eric because the only other two Real strong Archives that they have. There are neil armstrong and amelia earhart. Come out and so You know compared to them on nothing. But it's really a real honor. And i'm proud of my my career in a lot of different areas. But like you get all all comes from curiosity and that's what led to the new book. And so you said it's the league. They're the literary repository is that. What you schuylerville archives are kyle repository right. My paper will be there. Everything that i've accumulated. I've i've thought of making yale university. Myeloma mater the archival suppository. But they don't they always blanche should be honored lutely. Let's get your book because this is so fascinating people who Listen to this program. No that recently For the second time. I had gianni russo on talking about marilyn monroe and the mob and rfk jfk. A and he was raving raving about you and your book. And then i realized we'd already booked on this program didn't need gianni russo to do anything but encouraged me to continue doing what we've been doing when i saw your book. I got very excited about it. There are a lot of young people who've heard of marilyn monroe. But they don't know who dorothy gallon was so tell my audience who she was. Well i johnny. I mean what can i say about him he. He really has filled in an awful lot of the blanks that we've had for years in his book. Hollywood godfather So bless him. And he's quoted in the book a number a number of times not only about his initial knowing marilyn monroe but also you know about what happened when she died and also the jfk assassination. And all of that. dorothy gilg gallon. I wrote about i in the bestseller the reporter who knew too much and then in the second one denial of justice. She was an amazing woman. College dropout area coup Rose to become what the new york post. Call the most powerful female voice in america ernest. Hemingway said she was the greatest female writer in the world. She worked for the new york journal. American she wrote a voice of broadway column talked about broadway but also Had a criminal trial You know accounts in there all kinds of things that way so she was well known for that but many of the young people that you're talking about may know about her more from her television program. What's my line. That was a quiz show that was on in the fifties forties fifties and sixties on. Cbs every sunday night. At at ten o'clock it was live. And dorothy was the most famous person on there. She was panelists. They tried to guess people's unusual occupations and The reason i say young people. You're thinking wait. They wouldn't have watched that back then. you know. There's almost two million views of my interviews and presentations now up on you to and many all of them talk about dorothy kilgallen. And what's my line. And i'm told that the number of hits on the what's my line programs which are all available there. has incr- increased enormously and so dorothy has become a star against she also covered. The dr sam sheppard a murder trial which of course became the fugitive as you know the television series and fill The lindbergh kidnapping case and she covered the jack ruby case she and john f. kennedy were very close friends in fact at one point. She took her son carried the white house. He make up front fuss over her. And so when jfk died she said what i remember is a tall man stooping over a little boy praising his letters from his third grade class and that's what launched her investigation of jfk assassination. Which i believe is the most credible that was ever launched because for one thing. She was in dallas She went to the jack ruby trial. She sat in the first row and listened to that testimony Which i have a put up on my website. The jack ruby trial transcripts but also she interviewed jack ruby and she was the only person to so and that led to the theory that i have in both the reporter in new too much nile justice which is a different way to look at the jfk. Assassination why bobby kennedy wasn't kill instead of why jfk. What's and that makes all the difference in the world because as of a the the fall of nineteen sixty three You remember joe kennedy. Jfk to be president. He recruited some of the mobster's to come in and help illinois in west virginia. They did so. The deal was at the white house would leave them alone after they got in our. But joe kennedy and i had a witness right there when he ordered. Jfk to appoint bobby kennedy attorney general. We went after those guys. Predictably 'cause he hated them and one of them was carlos marcello the new orleans don whose empire stretched to dallas and so predictably he deported a marcelo and then when marcelo back in the country as of november of sixty three marcello was charged with racketeering. He was going to be deported again. And a smart guy he said to myself. I've got to get rid of bobby kennedy. But he knew if he killed. Bobby kennedy than jack kennedy would come after them with everything. The government have that he has. But if you kill jack kennedy. Bobby kennedy would be powerless and eric. That's exactly what happened. And that's what dorsey kilgallen had figured out. And she was writing a book for random house in of nineteen It's gives me in november of nineteen sixty five and she was found shortly thereafter dead in her manhattan apartment. Staged death seen all kinds of questions about the death about it was never investigated. And that's you know. That's what i've tried to prove about outdoorsy. That she was obviously murdered. Let me interrupt for a moment. Because frankly it's what i do best and let me just say that you brought up a lot of things. I wanna make sure my audiences tracking gianni. Russo has given us a tutelage In this narrative but it seems to me that it's still at least controversial who killed jfk who killed marilyn monroe. But you're flat out saying that it was the mob that kill. Jfk is that right or it wasn't a mob see..

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