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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:00 min | 2 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"What the pilots what are the problems we just disorder the problem that we have the non we can do we can accomplish things can make progress dawn porters previous work has racked up awards at Sundance an Emmy nomination and much more impressive given how briefer filmmaking career has been so far you came to this work as a documentary filmmaker later in your life hi dad was an advantage the disadvantage of both big advantage I was less romantic about it and I use my background as a lawyer and all my contacts in the entertainment side work for ABC news I'd work for a any television your your legal career German legal career and you know got to kind of see the business side of film so I spent a year by like my last year at a any going to film conferences and documentary it's like a little Harry potter world of documentary people we all go around to different conferences and talk to each other so I went to a bunch of those conferences and I saw like white people were buying what people were doing state of the market that kind of thing before I even had a film what what years was that which you will so that would have been about two thousand let's see seven yeah and it was a really interesting time in documentaries changes yeah we had like reality TV on television and in of the documentary film world was intense but the market was opening up in more films were starting to get produced so you know my background is my father was a photographer worked in New York City and he kind of photography he was a commercial photographer so he had and if you ever been like all the way on the east side in the fifties there are those old carriage houses and that's where his studio fifty eight between first and second so it's way over like you know that kind of like a stand area and also when I was little I spent a lot of time there like literally the floor was cobblestones tall ceilings those big wide doors at our studio was and like film chemical you know so I had come from this kind of art see family background so I became a lawyer yeah I was like I'd want a real job arts what I did with my father for fun like some people do sports we used to make thirty five millimeter films but it's interesting to me how you go to Swarthmore you could or could you go to a great school you go to a great law school you go to Georgetown law school you are in mafia terms a made guy here and it's only made you'll totally made and you're gonna have a good you have a legal career all that and you'd proceed to get a book of matches and burned to the ground and going to that lucrative a duck many filmmaking career of yours but my point is was there a moments we turn around to go I'm gonna go do that yeah what happened was transitional what it really was was during my time at ABC my job was network standards what we did is we would read scripts for long form investigative stories and we would also be see news for ABC news you know so if somebody's gonna do a hidden camera Porter which shows all of them I mean for a for twenty twenty primarily but long form our specials anything that was like complicated hit Nightline hidden cameras you know Nightline was so buttoned up we rarely had to to not the twenty twenties not buttoned up but they were really nice but so that you know the other piece of it was sitting in edit rooms I probably have watched thousands and thousands of hours of news stories and when you watch a really good reporter and editor working together it's beautiful like they take something complicated and they make it comprehensible and I was really impressed with that in some ways that's what lawyers do right we tell a story with a set of facts we have to make something comprehensible so the skills matched up but then the problem was I was kind of at a high level ABC as like nobody's gonna hire me to produce anything because I had to do with but like Bob Barker saying he wants to go running to the carribean that's right were you also compelled from the we're good to look at a lot of footage a lot of program ride of footage interview so we would watch the you know the producers would put together a whole rough cut of something and sometimes I would watch the raw tape and watch the interview because as you know you can cut things and make them look a certain way and I always like really appreciated that appreciated watching how this long interview got cut down to something and our job is to make sure that it was fair that it accurately represented and I took it really seriously you know like like being a journalist in coming to giving people their best shot like that's what I learned in that job is if you give people their best shot even if you disagree with them they will respect you if you if they know that you didn't try and manipulate and make them look a certain way to make their presentation yeah let them make their case you know let the jury the court of public opinion right I'm I wanted to spend a good amount of time not talking about your current project because of now I'm like Netflix is going to fire me no no no but maybe we can just talk about that and I know I know I always have the concern that we make the conversation not about you but about him yeah and you pitch to them with a commission to have that happen Laura Michael to send who's worked with Robert Redford and produce for him I went to her and I was like Laura I think this is the somebody had approached me about the fact that Sir hands her hand was still in jail and alive and his lawyers were trying to mount one last effort to get him out I was like that's interesting but I think in order to understand how sensational that trial was in that time was you gotta understand the Kennedy got understand his life you know the other thing was my friend Bobby Kennedy John Kennedy they're really important a black people like black people love the canned beef rather see my grandmother's picture eventually love the Kennedy brothers they by the time I came around they would be left and right right it's early days maybe not so much absolutely there was there was one of the the the guardians of the civil rights of the big game it wasn't I think it wasn't their top of mine is a process you know it was a process and and so that's kind of what hooked me is is what was that process how did you know a guy who he was and he was a segregationist anti civil rights but it really was right and and how does he go from not to breaking the fast with Cesar Chavez and work with dealers worked on getting king out of jail and you know so there I was if there's a complicated story there so we then approach Netflix and said we thought it was a series and they kind of got it you know pretty quickly there's just nothing that's more aching and more painful than an idea of what would this country be side if both of them were even Robert Kennedy had lived has left that it gets even deeper they were kind of this new light in the country they convince the country to try something new and to go in a new direction and having sold them on you know we can come together as a country we can stop the war in Vietnam we can there is a way to racial reconciliation having sold at least half of the country on that premise then Kennedy is killed you know you look back and you think we got Nixon we got you know law and order writ large there was a guy who did the film that's on the internet called evidence of revision right do you know the peace yes Sir Terry Raymond that's a revision the first three are JFK and RFK the fourth is king in the fifth is that Jones town was an M. K. ultra breeding ground fighting at the death of Jonestown and was was it was an M. K. ultra breeding ground where they were breeding the next Sirhan Sirhan Sirhan Sirhan was a Manchurian style yeah there's a whole people who believe that there's like a inevitably I run school and yet of course is a lot of evidence that he did not their act alone or you know there's all there's questions we cover that in the fourth episode what do you say that you know so I hired an investigative reporter and I said you know what you go out this clean you dislike read every her name's Lorin caps enjoys her background she's like a Berkeley journalism you know never met like a police report she didn't want to read you know that kind of she came back with what there's there's a lot of evidence so she went to like the old police reports you know we she went to the LA archives you know so what evidence not there in the LA are because they destroyed they destroyed a bunch of the wood trimming and with the bullet hole holes on all gone and they said they couldn't afford to store it yeah it was really it's not satisfying explanation in a sterile gates like criminal justice system so so Lauren went and she wrote this like exhaustive treatise and watched every film and you know I think the unfortunate with what we were certainly able to conclusively determine is Sir hands are hand had a terrible defense that his lawyers didn't question any of the ballistics they didn't run down any of the alternative theories so you know I think what that does is it allows an opening people don't feel satisfied by that verdict when they look closely at what happened you get like all kinds of conspiracy theories and you know you don't get a satisfactory answer there's a real questions you know the coroner in the in the case the good she said that Kennedy was shot at a matter of inches there's no witness that puts Sir answer Hanjour a number of inches one of the most integral parts of the case the angle of the gun the angle the mastoid in the back of can be said and was her home was more to the front into the right of him I mean I've I've read all the stuff he's not put on by the defense he's not cross examined by the defense like the defense stipulated to Sir Hans guilt so you know what kind of defense lawyers stipulates to guilt and the most infamous murder you know the whole country is was watching for this this quote unquote trial and that does not give you confidence in our justice system if you see that happening I can't prove there's a second gun.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"So getting back to visit man, he knows earth is flat. He's enlighten. He has the dual three, three name that always thirty three. He's a thirty three. Chris, do this good man say you know, what do you have? A dull thirty-three name in potassium numerology is is will pop out of his head. You're like, wow, how did you know? So Vince is in on if he knows about this, he absolutely no doubt. And that's what Mr. Kennedy. He repeated Mr. Mr. Kennedy is gone now, but name Kennedy is thirty three. That's gonna blow you away when it comes to John f. Kennedy, this is going to blow it when it comes to the numbers and everything that comes down to if you wash the footage of John f. Kennedy supposedly being on on the street, the nightmare on elm street, the footage, there's a spliced in the start and whose recording all this is a thirty third degree freemason in Abraham's or pruder. So Kennedy's a thirty three name. The supposes shooter Lee Aswa is a thirty three name. It happened on November twenty second November eleventh Muslim year. Eleven plus twenty to thirty three. Dallas, Texas is thirty three. So these are by the numbers, Robert, his brother, Robert, Kenny Roberts thirty three Kenny surgery. He was supposedly a gun down by Sirhan. Sirhan Sirhan is a game. It's a dole thirty three name. So once people understand that bull candies were shot at thirty three names in both. Suppose shooters had thirty three names. You will understand. These are fabrications ten, he's no hero. He told us we're going to land on the moon before the end of the decade. How'd he notice? Because he knew going to fabricate it? We we live is like a movie, a Mad Max beyond thunderdome wettest under echo. There's a dome above us. Why does why do rainbows have have an arc? Because there's a dome bodice would Tina Turner. Turner's your name when she seems we don't need another hero. We don't. We don't need to know the way home. All we want is what's beyond thunderdome. That's heaven there. The song is not even credit by hurts giving her, but the onto other dome is heaven. So these concepts for these movies are not politic in air in Mel Gibson's the three name as well. So let me ask you a couple of questions about the music industry. I mean, you guys sent me some pictures to look at before we started this interview, and one of them is the theory that the pop singer pink is actually a man. I don't want to hear about that and he come on. What's the evidence to back that claim and what does that to do with anything? Anyways, I want to hear more about everything, but before we do it doesn't matter if you're a man woman child or anything between you can still benefit from diamond, Dallas Page's DDP PY program. I benefit from it every day..

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on KSRO

"Media of course wasn't listening david morales another cis asan at torius assassin by his own confession to is attorney was also in dallas and involved in the murder of the president so here you have three key figures william harvey david morales howard hunt all members of the cis fascination team and they're all in dallas in november nineteen sixty three unbelievable what i've always said david there are no coincidences here we go right yep yep they like well you know they shut this down of course by saying you know shopping conspiracy theory my definition conspiracy theory is is research into power that you object to that you find threatening in some way so that's the magic wand and of course the cia with the agency that came up with that idea the conspiracy theory as a way to shut down public curiosity facination they put out a memo that they've sent to field agents in nineteen sixty four saying look if this talk this wild talk about the cia being involved in the killing the president gets too out of hand here's one way you can knock it down suggests that it's conspiracy theory and that the soviet union is behind it do you think people like jim garrison bark lane should be vindicated by by all this definitely you know they made mistakes they were you know they were doing the best they could at the time they were under enormous pressure jim garrison the da in new orleans who oliver stone you know focused on his film is up against all odds here's this lonely da in this you know city in new orleans who's up against the full power really of the central intelligence agency and the us government they infiltrate his office the infiltrators investigation there they later bring charges of corruption against him that are trumped up they did everything in their power to disrupt that investigation he subpoenas allen dulles at one point garrison is the destination he wants to bring him to new orleans put on trial i mean to we put on the witness stand that's allendale should have been and the federal the us attorney's office in in washington refuses to even delivered the subpoena allen dallas so he everything was against jim garrison and i think he's an american hero for for going as far as he did same with mark lane mark lane was one of course the early critic for the warren commission an attorney who is very smart guy and very bullheaded and they did everything in the world to disrupt him they spread gossip and rumors about him they when he went to speak overseas they would inform the embassy in those countries that the event had been cancelled so his events would be disrupted they threatened him so you know in some ways it's amazing that marked lanes still live frankly given what was happening to some of the people who are getting too close to the truth back days do you think robert kennedy might have been involved in an assassination by the allen dulles folks or do you think it was strictly just her hand sirhan sirhan sirhan kind of confessed in the beginning and then recanted said he didn't do it or you can't recollected i think he was a manchurian candidate well i think you put your finger right on the cia was running allen dallas launch this in nineteen fifty three a massive mind control program we now know call them kale tra that was the codename he put his i reveal by the way that he put his own son allen dulles junior in the hands of m k ultra scientists who did horrendous yeah experimental medical procedure on him overdose therapy because this young man come back from the korean war with a brain injury and so i mean this is a man who's capable of anything yeah so look the.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"You that way for now on but just remember most assassins have three names too right legal assassin john wilkes booth you know sirhan sirhan sirhan sirhan middle name was john wilkes your john david hank who tried to kill president reagan lee harvey oswald you think about that i'm just going to be the bulldog that screw that we're going to keep that we're gonna keep tabs on you absolutely i i should bear watching there's no doubt about it and so should the next inspector general's report because there is still one due out on hillary clinton in the email server this was about the fbi is handling of that of of the hillary clinton investigation and there may be another inspector general's report coming out on the whole muller russian collusion thing and maybe there should be one of those two their report came out today on president trump's birthday also on the day that the new york state attorney general decided to file a lawsuit another one against the trump foundation how oddly tied no no no no i mean it's only been seventeen months we've been waiting for michael horowitz report to come out you know what you know what i'm going to get cards printed up and i'm going to declare myself and inspector general my car is gonna say inspector general then that's what are you i'm an inspector general it sounds like sounds pretty it's sounds pretty damn important it really does not form a company gary jeff you and me will inspect what are we could inspect i don't know we can quick traded everybody i mean i had to give up married man i know i had i had to give up my amateur gynecologist license when i got married again so i'm not sure so what did you expect what did you let's move on what did you make of the report that came out five hundred sixty eight pages took a year and a half to finally be produced it's been subpoenaed documents have been subpoenaed since last august and it comes out.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Three deep public television fifty years ago this is what you might have heard the war in vietnam the problems of race in the cities these are issues facing the citizens of the united states and they are issues vividly facing the students on an urban campus in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight it was all coming to ahead this assignation of mlk antiwar protests student uprisings all of that was the backdrop for senator bobby kennedy's campaign for president he raised hopes that he could heal a divided nation he rallied for the farm worker movement pushed for civil rights and peace in vietnam he won the california democratic presidential primary and moments after giving a rousing victory speech in los angeles he was gunned down his death fifty years ago this week was a huge loss for so many americans and a tragedy for the kennedy family who had already lost president john f kennedy five years before but the events that unfolded that june night were also devastating to the family of convicted assassin sirhan sirhan sirhan continues to make headlines this week as kennedy's son robert junior is calling for a reinvestigation into the assassination questioning whether sirhan was indeed the killer reporter peter gill strap brings us a rare glimpse mps into the life of sir hans last surviving family member someone who's fate is forever entangled with the kennedys and in some ways whose life is still frozen in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight on a serene leafy street in north pasadena the seventy year old man is lived a quiet life in a well preserved craftsman house since his family bought it in one thousand nine hundred sixty three keeps the lawn mowed he chats with the neighbors and sometimes he smokes parliaments cigarettes with his t on the front porch on a june day fifty years ago one of his older brothers left this same house with a loaded twenty two pistol he got into his pink and white fifty six to soto and drove to a gun range later that evening he headed to the ambassador hotel on wilshire boulevard nary near you already is just sending a message that we've been here too long already.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On today's california reports magazine we go back in time to nineteen sixty eight we meet a man whose life was changed forever the day his older brother left the house with a loaded pistol now being held by los angeles police in connection with the kennedy hitting twenty four year old serhan and one woman's tribute to how the late nineteen sixties inspired her mom's california dream plus we hear about a factory that closed fifty years ago leaving collectors scrambling to find its treasures jogging joyner mugs and we were so excited we were quivering we're excited i'm sasha coca and this is the california report magazine your state your stories if you tuned into k q e d public television fifty years ago this is what you might have heard the warren vietnam the problems of race and the city's these are issues facing the citizens of the united states and they are issues vividly facing the students on an urban campus in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight it was all coming to ahead the assassination of mlk antiwar protests student uprisings all of that was the backdrop for senator bobby kennedy's campaign for president he raised hopes that he could heal a divided nation he rallied for the farm worker movement pushed for civil rights and peace in vietnam he won the california democratic presidential primary and moments after giving a rousing victory speech in los angeles he was gunned down his death fifty years ago this week was a huge loss for so many americans and tragedy for the kennedy family who had already lost president john f kennedy five years before but the events that unfolded that june night were also devastating to the family of convicted assassin sirhan sirhan sirhan continues to make headlines this week as kennedy's son robert junior is calling for a reinvestigation into the assassination questioning whether sirhan was indeed the killer reporter peter gill strap brings us a rare glimpse mps into the life of sir hans last surviving family member someone who's fate is forever entangled with the kennedys and in some ways whose life is still frozen in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight on a serene leafy street in north pasadena the seventy year old man is lived a quiet life in a well preserved craftsman house since his family bought it in one thousand nine hundred sixty three keeps the.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"On today's california report magazine we go back in time to nineteen sixty eight we meet a man whose life was changed forever the day his older brother left the house with a loaded pistol now being held by los angeles police in connection with the kennedy cuting twenty four year old serhan and one woman's tribute to how the late nineteen sixties inspired her mom's california dream plus we hear about a factory that closed fifty years ago leaving collectors scrambling to find its treasures jogging joyner mugs and we were so excited we were quivering we're so i'm sasha coca and this is the california report magazine your state your stories if you tuned into k q e d public television fifty years ago this is what you might have heard the warren vietnam the problems of race in the cities these are issues facing the citizens of the united states and they are issues vividly facing the students on an urban campus in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight it was all coming to ahead this as a nation of mlk antiwar protests student uprisings all of that was the backdrop for senator bobby kennedy's campaign for president he raised hopes that he could heal a divided nation he rallied for the farm worker movement pushed for civil rights and peace in vietnam he won the california democratic presidential primary and moments after giving a rousing victory speech in los angeles he was gunned down his death fifty years ago this week was a huge loss for so many americans and a tragedy for the kennedy family who had already lost president john f kennedy five years before but the events that unfolded that june night were also devastating to the family of convicted assassin sirhan sirhan sirhan continues to make headlines this week as kennedy's son robert junior is calling for a reinvestigation into the assassination questioning whether sirhan was indeed the killer reporter peter gill strap brings us aware glimpse into the life of sir hans last surviving family member someone who's fate is forever entangled with the kennedys and in some ways whose life is still frozen in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight on a serene leafy street in north pasadena the seventy year old man has lived a quiet life in a well preserved craftsman house since his family bought it in nineteen sixty three keeps the lawn mowed he chats with.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"Right and how does he go from that to breaking the fast with cesar chavez and working with delors work done getting king out of jail and you know so i was like there's a complicated story there so we then approach net flicks and said we thought it was a series and they kind of got it you know pretty quickly just nothing that's more aching and more painful than that idea of what would this country be tight if both of them riemann robert kennedy had lived that ache is even deeper because they were kind of this new late in the country they convinced the country to try something new into go in a new direction and having sold them on you know we can come together as a country we can stop the word vietnam we can there is a way to racial reconciliation having sold at least half of the country on that premise then kennedy's killed you know you look back and you think we got nixon we got you know law and order writ large was a guy who did a film that's on the internet evidence of revision and you know the pace so terry raymond dividends revision the first three rj of k and rfk than the fourth is king in the fifth is that jones town was an m k ultra breeding ground terry of jonestown and was was it was an m k ultra breeding ground where they were breeding the next sirhan sirhan sirhan sirhan was have mentioned in style there's a whole people who believe that there's like a you know run school where there's a lot of evidence that he did not act alone all all there's questions we cover that in the fourth episode what do you say about that.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WTMA

"Evidence at all that it was sirhan sirhan sirhan sirhan isn't it amazing a twenty two caliber revolver in his hand the ambassador hotel maitre d' who escorted kennedy through the pantry testified he grabbed sir hans wrist pin him down two shots and there are a whole bunch of shots fired and all this stuff but now they've got a new conspiracy theory sir hand is seventy four years old now and and he looks better than bill clinton too but everybody does it's crazy he's also an environmental wack job and he is a crusader on vaccines he's not entirely alone in that but he's not really a fact based guy is a loose cannon he's a nut he's a wack job and he has been for a very long time and he's married to a hollywood actress time to make a new movie star let's start spreading the lunacy they must have discovered that sirhan was a democrat now they want to distance themselves from themselves again aren't they amazing rfk must die rfk must die in his notebooks at home there's only one chris plante the chris plante gio the national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops dollars value some experts say another crashes coming what.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WTMA

"The arms and threw her in the back of the van like it was a kidnapping like it was the extraordinary rendition she was then taken to egypt where she was waterboarded not really but i just wanted to stop and think about that from minute because it kind of made my cockles warmed the cockles note i mean i mean about that and the president trump losing fifteen hundred illegal alien children this story is just what a joke this story is there's such frauds the the whole news media consortium as such a disgrace not just a journalism but the truth loving people everywhere to people who enjoy the obvious amazing stuff bobby kennedy junior gotta get to this he's cook this guy he's an environmental nutcase bobby kennedy junior rfk junior he's a nut and he's married to this actress woman is you know this cheryl hines cheryl hines us she plays on tv show curb your enthusiasm she's larry david's make believe wife and she's an actress and she's married to rfk junior and he's going around now saying there was a second gunman and that sirhan sirhan sirhan didn't actually kill his father sherry may have fired shots but there was a second gunman who is invisible and he disappeared it was like a hollywood movie it was talking oliver stone thing and now he's pedaling this idea fifty years later within what is the date today he died on june sixth nineteen sixty eight so on june sixth two thousand eighteen it'll be fifty years since the assassination just about a week and fifty years should have a week it's like wait a minute who was that other man who was that masked man sir hand didn't kill my father real he admitted to it he had all this rfk mess die written in his stuff at home he had the gun in his hand they pulled the bullets out of all the.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Evidence at all that it was sirhan sirhan sirhan sirhan isn't it amazing of twenty two caliber revolver in his hand the ambassador hotel maitre d' who escorted kennedy through the pantry testified he grabbed sir hans wrist pin tim down two shots and there are a whole bunch of shots fired and all this stuff but now they've got a new conspiracy theory sirhan is seventy four years old now and and he looks better than bill clinton too but everybody does it's crazy he's also an environmental wack job and he is a crusader on vaccines he's not entirely alone in that but he's not really a fact based guy is loose cannon he's a nut he's a wack job and he has been for a very long time and he's ready to a hollywood actress conspiracy theories abound time to make a new movie is oliver stone let's start spreading the lunacy they must have discovered that sir hand was a democrat now they want to distance themselves from themselves again aren't they amazing rfk must die rfk must die in his notebooks at home there's only one chris plante the chris plante gio the national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars what happens next rising inflation drops dollars value some experts say another crashes coming what.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The arms and threw her in the back of the van like it was a kidnapping like it was the extraordinary rendition she was then taken to egypt where she was waterboarded not really but as wanted to stop and think about that for a minute because it kind of made my cockles warm warmed the cockles note i mean i mean about that and the president trump losing fifteen hundred illegal alien children this story is just what a joke this story is there's such frauds the the whole news media consortium as such a disgrace not just journalism but the truth loving people everywhere to people who enjoy the obvious amazing stuff bobby kennedy and you're gonna get to this he's a cook this guy he's an environmental nutcase bobby kennedy junior rfk junior he's a nut and he's married to this actress woman did you know cheryl hines cheryl hines us she plays on the tv show curb your enthusiasm she's larry david's make believe wife and she's an actress and she's married to rfk junior and he's going around now saying there was a second gunman and that sirhan sirhan sirhan didn't actually kill his father sherry may have fired shots but there was a second gunman who is invisible and he disappeared it was like a hollywood movie was talking oliver stone thing and now he's pedaling this idea fifty years later within what is the data he died on june six thousand nine hundred sixty eight so on june six two thousand eighteen it'll be fifty years since the assassination just about a week and fifty or should have a week and it's like wait a minute who was that other man who was that masked man sure didn't kill my father he admitted to it he had all this rfk mess die written in his stuff at home he had the gun in his hand they've pulled the bullets out of all the people that.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And imaging to help determine what's generating the pain and then designing a plan to tackle it for more information talk with your healthcare provider or visit mayoclinic dot org steve doll podcast downloaded into your device and uploaded into your soul check out a free sample and subscribed today at doll dot com once upon a time something happened and on the next day the day before decay history i'm here to help you with your history report today steve doll goes back in time to make clear what happened to the yesteryear on this day in history let me just mention that on today's podcast we hear from satan's brother podcast exclusive satan's brother his name clayton clayton it's very funny it's magical actually on this date in history in sixteen sixteen william shakespeare died in stratford on avon i think i've been there i think janet and i went there when we went to england we either went to his birthplace or that place for both we'd better to both men everybody was short back then yeah well no i'm sure you would have been minstrel the balconies you do all the balcony work yes no i mean now if you went oh right okay yeah 'cause even i had to kind of bend over yeah people were short they were very short in one thousand nine hundred eighty four hank aaron hit the first of his seven hundred and fifty five home runs on this date nineteen fifty four thousand nine hundred sixty nine your hands ciaran sear hand or do you say sirhan sirhan sirhan sirhan was sentenced to death later reduced to a life sentence for the assassination of robert f kennedy i have my dad rep the machine shop where his brother worked sirhan sirhan brother and his mother was like a teacher's aide at my preschool kind of weird right yeah one thousand nine hundred five coca cola announced it was changing its formula and introduce new coq hoops people went crazy i believe pepsi pepsi took advantage of that coke blinked nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight james earl ray convicted of assassinating dr martin luther king junior died and on this date in one thousand nine hundred eighty seven carole king sued record.

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"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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01:36 min | 3 years ago

"sirhan sirhan sirhan" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"The sign tom i was curious that how many people would show up the theater i was in it was probably seventy five percent full so i thought for a matinee that was a good showing but i what i got out of the movie is mary jo kopechne me just kind of took one for the team you know it like it's worth it because the kennedy's are so important and they really could have called the movie inconvenient truth really the only character in the movie that really told ted kennedy how was was the lady that played jones his wife remember when she gets in the car with him he said thank you joanie for showing up or something like that and she said if you teddy yeah there was a lot of hostility that was a terrible marriage she ended up addicted all kinds of things like so many of the women why so many of the women in the family did in the borhan girl i don't think they were high hired for their typing skills they were called in the head a little scene where ted just before he killed mary joe was talking to the boiler room girls these are these group of young women that worked on the bobby kennedy presidential campaigns and bobby this is keep in mind one year and a couple of months after bobby kennedy had been assassinated shot in the head by sirhan sirhan sirhan and the young women were kind of they're part of the kennedy thing and maybe ted's gonna run and maybe they'd worked for him they called him the boiler room girls in the in the movie ted explains well we call them die boy we like to call you boiler room girls because of the fire i like to think it's because he says the fire in your belly really i think it's because they're hot and they like to have them hanging around.

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