18 Burst results for "Spousal rape"
"spousal rape" Discussed on The Choice
"It didn't I and we learned about that as we as we went forward. So yeah I'm sorry about it I'm I'm totally. Sorry about and have been from the beginning. I mean you said earlier earlier. You tried to build bridges. You certainly did some of that Massachusetts. But actually some of the biggest challenges you hard came from the all Democrat legislature loose. And I'm Kinda in a curious. How that kind of informs how you would handle Mitch? McConnell's Senate for instance. I was an unwelcome entrant when I started the campaign pain and you know for sixteen years before the legislative leadership had had republican governors and one of them described it to me when the governor would submit his or her budget. They take the the budget say. Thank you very much and toss it into the into the fireplace and we started in. It was bumpy but I will say the legislature just they just gave me ninety five percent of what I asked for rarely when I asked for it rarely in the form I asked for and that that was the lesson. We got the goal which was not the bill but what the bill was trying to do right but there were other ways of Thicket about how to get there that had to be accommodated or to get it done and so I think what I learned was the importance of being real clear about the objectives and also a willingness to you sharp elbows but without embarrassing people publicly by the way leader. McConnell plays a completely different game and I do think that there is work that I would be eager to do as a candidate and as a nominee and as president alongside candidates for the Senate Senate because we do need a Senate that is willing to work with the White House in Nineteen ninety-three. The husband of Governor Patrick sister was twice convicted of spousal rape in California and served prison time there. His sister and brother-in-law then reconciled and moved to Massachusetts and he apparently never registered sex offender. They're Mr Mr Patrick's first year as governor. The Sex Offender Registry Board decided that his brother-in-law did not have to register because he committed his crime in a different state several employees Roy on the Registry Board subsequently overturned that decision the governor could have just stayed out of the whole thing but instead he decided to fire those employees the scandal has dogged dogged him ever since. I have another question from when you were governor. I was wondering if you could please speak to how it is that your brother in law was able to avoid registering during on the sex offender registry Massachusetts despite being convicted of rape very painful story for our family he was ruled by a hearing officer under under the existing rules. They have since changed under these rules. As not having to register there was an attempt to undermine that which I learned about later not at the time and there was no mechanism by the way for trying to undermine that lawfully anyhow And if what you're getting at what is the dismissal of the leader I am Yes. The failure to update rules the failure to some indication that there had been harassment harassment of Some staff and accumulation of things and then Learning about this attempt to To interfere with a hearing officer Mr Against the law. You can't I tolerate because this involved your sister again as you just said. I'm sure this is a very painful situation for your entire family. But isn't that a reason why you should have recused herself from this situation. I stayed as far away from this as long as I could all the dismissal of all these other things were accumulating relating and and the dismissal is the governor's decision and I asked for her and others resignation in the there by by the way I think people sometimes get this A little backwards. She didn't actually do anything that hurt him. It was the interference interference in the hearing officers decision which she had no authority to do and the rules are the rules. I think the bigger question in the public's mind seems to be why You were directly involved there. I'm the appointing individual had the appointing authority and the removal There was no mechanism for anyone else to make the call there air. No and it wasn't just that as I said she'd been reprimanded twice by our highest court the agency had for not updating these rules that were required to be Ought to be updated and believe me the political thing would have been to stay away from it. I just washed my hands of the whole Of of the whole thing and then of course somebody would come along and say wait a second. She was trying to influence a hearing officer a decision outside of her authority. And how come you look the other way and my answer. I don't like my answer to be because it was the political thing to do to to stay with criminal justice. For a moment your record with pardons and commutations in the state Didn't pardon or commute. The sentences of that many people How would you approach the job as president with with you know the clemency power being one of the most unfettered powers that a president has the clemency? Power of a governor's not in Massachusetts not unfettered one of the things. We looked at That I'm very intrigued by from the president's perspective is commuting the sentences of people who have been convicted of non-violent drug offenses. It's hard to do that quite categorically but I think there are Groups or president. Obama tried to do that. I know near the end of his I. I know. I think he'd probably start sooner. Because of the you have to do an individual assessment. I think war is beginning to that sooner. I think is a very intriguing Opportunity that alongside changing the schedules around which offenses unqualified for which kinds of sentencing and smoothing out the ending three strikes in round and sentencing reform? You know who's been leaders at the state level on this Republican governors. They've been way out ahead of Democratic governors and we first proposed Sentencing reform in in Massachusetts Democratic leadership were incredibly uncomfortable uncomfortable. Because of you know say Democrats are the first ones to believe Republican talking points and And folks were really concerned about being viewed as so called soft on crime vermillion for millions of Americans Church and religion are central part of their lives. Can you talk to us a little bit about your own. Faith do you believe in God who are your main spiritual advisers. I was raised in the church. I am a person of faith My church you know what's interesting. Our Church on the south side of Chicago was unusual as black churches go was quiet And it was like other black churches in terms of the transformational power of music in the church and and also old ladies in hats. Who you know who took the business of worship seriously and I think what I took from that experience and still take from that experiences that faith is not? It's not just what you say you believe is how live it's the choices you make The good you try to do And and I will say also you know I love Democrats Democrats get on my last nerve and I don't know why it is. We are so uncomfortable with the language of faith when the work we are about and have been about as a party is very much What what Christ asks of his disciples boozing the last story in last Gospel feed my sheep? Given your faith. How do you reconcile the job of directing the largest most powerful military in in the world With the Christian obligation of loving your enemy well scripture also teaches. I can't remember which where it appears when they're building the wall of the Second Temple to do so with a shovel in one hand and sword in the other the world is a is a dangerous and difficult place? I think the My faith tells me and And I think wisdom tells me not to be trigger-happy. Try Not to be the first one to fire that shot but be ready I think our power in the world is not so much our military or our economic power in great nations with great armies armies and great treasuries of come and gone with the wind time our power is our is our values. It's a his the aspirations of the American Experiment which go back to those notions the civic ideals of equality opportunity in fairplay and I think we are more powerful in the world when we have fealty fealty to those values at home and more at risk when we don't And I think that's part of our challenge today. Let let me ask you a continuing that thought perhaps about Israel President trump has taken some fairly controversial unilateral steps recognizing ising Jerusalem is the capital accepting that the settlements are legal accepting Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Would you reverse those exactions the reversal you know. The first time I went to to Israel was governor and I remember I. I sat down with Prime Ministry St Netanyahu in Tel Aviv and then I sat down with Amazon in Jerusalem. The consulate functioned as the as the embassy for For the Palestinians and realistically speaking the capital of Israel has been Jerusalem for a long time. Uh but I think the business of tolerating infecting cursing.
"spousal rape" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Him because that was my sister and her family yeah I think it was the right thing by make publicly they remained a part of our turns out is at a minimum I think that the okay so the phrase that Hughes was he has had at a minimum a lapse he's serving sixty eight years in prison here in Massachusetts four at a minimum a lapse this sounded to me very similar to the response the governor Dukakis had in nineteen eighty eight when he was asked by Bernard Shaw in one of the a debate presidential debates with then vice president George Bush Shaw S. governor Dukakis of a hypothetical question which I thought was an unfair question at the time about what his position would be I believe the question was on the death penalty assuming that someone had raped his wife again I'm uncomfortable with those questions I was uncomfortable with the question that Bernard Shaw asked as a hypothetical and governor Dukakis at that time a responded I'm with not with an answer that that was I think wholly inadequate and I think that this answer that governor Patrick gave yesterday talking about the second conviction now I don't care if it's spousal rape you don't impose yourself on a woman it under any circumstances and this is the need to era so the question is is the Val Patrick one ready for prime time is he tone deaf particularly in the meat to era and is there anyone out there who can appreciate or understand at a minimum a lapse he's a quitting at a minimum a lapse what apparently was eight but it was a conviction in a Massachusetts court and has resulted in a six to eight year prison sentence for his I assume by now former brother in law six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine to nineteen thirty not an issue that the Patrick campaign should not have anticipated I I hope the governor Patrick will came into the studio and talk about his campaign and clarify that answer because I think the answer is wholly inadequate and I think it's tone deaf you can agree to disagree simply dial six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty it's nice I would Dan right side with.
Ex-Mass. officials say Patrick fired them for their efforts to get his brother-in-law on sex offender registry
"Well there's an interesting fact here though in twenty fourteen to fall Patrick fired the head of the sex offender registry board in part because she wondered why is ex brother in law wasn't on the sex offender registry for a spousal rape conviction in nineteen ninety three Hey you should be registered as a sex offender he says you're fired devol Patrick says next brother in law was just sentenced to eight years in prison for
"spousal rape" Discussed on Amanpour
"And he's anxious because he doesn't think his fans know about his San Quentin days and he's worried this will derail his career and the or that some newspaper or some magazine is going to find out about it and cast as well. Let me tell him he goes. Why would you do that. He said because then no one else can own it. We can own it so he tells of course there's no one cares they're they can tell from the songs that he'd has that he's had these experiences in life and cash does him this double favor of not only giving a boost bruce to his singing career but permitting him to put in his past but not out of his consciousness in his art. This troubled beginning joining the weakened own it. Phenomenon seems to be central to country music in the sense that it's about heartbreak it's about overcoming struggle and and if we own it country music so close to the bone. Walter that we decided that we say oh it's about good old boys and pick up trucks and six packs and hound dogs dogs and it's not the human condition is thus none of us get out of this alive and so the great art is trying to negotiate that difficult truth most of us run from it and country music is about to four letter words love and loss particularly losses because this is the end of this human experience and it does it magnificently because it distills in has Harlan Howard said three chords not complicated but the truth very complicated these things when when Hank Williams sings things hear that lonesome whipper will he sounds too blue to fly the midnight train is winding low. I'm so lonesome I could cry. There's nobody on on the planet that doesn't know what he's talking about the silence of a falling star lights up a purple sky and as I wonder where you are I'm so lonesome I could would cry. I in the last verse of Four Verse Song. That's just about as elemental as you can get and yet. It's like Dolly Parton. I will always I love you. I will always love you. I will always love you is the chorus of her most popular song which makes you and me think well. We can become country music's. Nobody has the guts and the courage edge but a Dolly PARTON are Hank Williams to understand this is what I'm trying to say when you hear the story of why Dali wrote that and what why she wrote wrote that thing to will elevate her version way beyond the pop version that Whitney Houston and not to take anything away from Whitney Houston whose whose version still raises the hair on the back of my neck but when when you now know the story behind widely wrote it and see her sing it not only does the hair go up but the deer has come down women plays such a crucial role in the documentary and in country music and part of the thing is that declaration of Independence Dansko so I think that thing is is a country music comes down to us is sort of white southern rural and conservative therefore patriarchy from the very the beginning women are central to this story in a way it isn't in jazz which is a fraternity and other places. Women get barely led into jazz. You know you'll maybe Billie Holiday Ella Fitzgerald Gerald and a few other people that's about it big exceptions by the exceptions right by the way they prove the point of what I think country does but mother May Bell Carter the original American instrumental guitarist. She's right there. Sarah Carter her sister-in-law great singer. You've got rose maddox of the maddox brothers and rose the most colorful hillbilly band in the world. You've got kitty wells. You've got patsy Kline and then you arrive at Loretta Lynn who in the mid sixties the same year that the National Organization for women is founded and women's liberation works its way into the lexicon is singing. Don't come home a drink with love and on your mind or the Pill when Loretta does sing. Don't come home and drink and with love on your mind which is talking about a woman's right to her own body spousal rape and abuse women's rights period. Nobody the in rock and roll or or or any other form of music is daring to bring up this topic. You read about laugh intruder what was going on that day. Aw that's the way I did just laugh. I mean the songs just laugh. I've seen it or I never they would tell my husband which one would take and while she wouldn't call herself a feminist. Norwood her Megyn the friends of fans there these subscribing to these issues that women have always felt and that's why I say when people look at this. They're not going. I believe that this was more or less editorially done before the metoo movement how because the stories the interstitial stories that we tell our about that executive you know who's you know a little bit too frisky in this person who demands this before you get that and all the women passing on the secrets now. Don't go see him alone without your agent. Don't go do this and you begin to realize what we think is new black lives matter say or metoo movement these. They're just unfortunately enduring human issues that we've got. We're just struggling again and again and again you talk about it. Being generally a white format format and one group that has been marginalized African Americans with exception of a few people like Charlie pride. You have Wynton Marsalis in. They're talking about it. Let's go to win talking about it and then maybe you can address that issue the thing about four Billy Ray Charles and Charley Pride two or three black the people who were known to be in country music. They were accepted. The musicians accepted them at a time when a culture did not accept. There's a truth truth in the music is too bad we as a culture have not been able to address dead twin. That's the shame of it. Well whitten is about as close a person to me as anybody in my life. I love him like a brother and he says something else in the film he said we all have an ethnic heritage but we have a human heritage. That's much bigger and art tells the tale of US coming together other. There's African American roots in this music which is now comes down to us as mostly white it's been interwoven and and that's the beauty of country music is that it is always been not a one thing but in many thing and I think what went and understands is that where we get stuck is sometimes in these ethnic or cultural or political places and that art in fact the one of the responsibilities of art is he's just show the universality of it and I can't think of anything that speaks more to those universal themes that we all experience then country music music and it does so directly and with great art and there's a wonderful story in our jazz series of which of course went and played a large role where Charlie Parker in and then one thousand nine hundred ninety. S is playing on fifty second street this new revolutionary music. He's invented called BEBOP but between sets he's feeding the jukebox with Nichols and he's playing country music and he's playing Hank Williams and he's playing. I'm so lonesome I could cry and the cats are going hand man. What what would you do in play in that and Charlie Parker Bird says listen to the stories. We'll history gets US through tough times. It showed as music best thing to thank you for being Walter Great to see you and as Wynton. Marsalis said the truth is in the music. That's it for now. Remember you can listen to a podcast at any time time and see us online at Amazon. Dot Com you can follow me on instagram and twitter thanks for watching and goodbye from London.
"spousal rape" Discussed on Unladylike
"Centered care for survivors that Tricia was just telling us about is shockingly recent development. No, really if we jump back to the early nineteen seventies the term sexual harassment didn't even exist. Spousal rape was perfectly legal in most states. Even the word rape was virtually unmentionable. So unmentionable there were practically no standard protocols for evidence collection tailored to sexual violence and abuse. So no wonder that it took a lot of work largely led by a lot of self determined women to start really figuring out the resources and care that survivors of these crimes need and deserve. Because we'd like to think that maybe the departments of health injustice just got together one day forever ago. And we're like, hey, here's a great idea. Let's make sure we don't treat women like garbage when they've been sexually assaulted and maybe investigate rape. Like, you know. A crime. But it an exactly go down. Like them sounds to me like it's time to unpack some claptrap. Unpack the claptrap is a part of the show where we dig through patriarchy's bio hazardous materials to find out in this case, why rape kits are the way they are. And find out where time traveling back to the early nineteen seventies in Chicago. That's where a nonprofit manager and victims advocate named Marty. Goddard set to work on developing the first rape kits. Yeah. Mardi Goddard is basically like the bad ass fairy godmother of rape kits only instead of a magic wand mardi discovered the almost magical power of female rage. It all started in nineteen Seventy-three Marty was working with the nonprofit national runaway switchboard on fundraising and grants. As part of a training. She also answered switchboard calls and soon learned that a lot of young folks were running away to escape sexual abuse mardi was horrified. Even more to discover how little legal recourse, these kids had nobody in law enforcement was documenting. And investing. Getting these crimes in any standardized consistent way. And all that got Marty wondering why the hell victims of sexual violence and abuse weren't getting more attention by the Justice system later that year feminist fate struck a Chicago women's group focused on rape Justice, activism asked Marty to come give talk about how to fundraise after the fundraising spiel mardi decided to stick around partly. Because basically nobody else was talking about that kind of stuff. Not to mention mardi herself was a survivor, and this meeting was so significant for mardi because it really began connecting the dots for her Marty had to know more and soon enough she had hatched a plan. She traveled bunch for work and decided whenever she went to a different city. She'd hit up the local police to do a little gumshoe work. She literally just walk in and ask what's happening in your city and state regarding victims of rape, how are they handled? Do you have any brochures? Like, no, really like she would ask if they had brochures, and you know, much to mardi surprise officers..
"spousal rape" Discussed on Here & Now
"That he is a liar and has no idea about the laws and the law of the land. He oftentimes talks about violent criminals, and I do believe that any violent criminals should be held accountable. The city of Santa Ana. I believe that any violent criminals should be held accountable. They should be arrested, they should serve their time. However, if you're only crime, quote, unquote is leaving your country out of desperation, looking to be able to survive being able to provide for your family. That's not something that I see that the city should be looking to arrest somebody for. So what do people in law enforcement think? Well, it depends on whom you ask. This is the chief of police in Santa Ana, David Valentin. I think some people misinterpret sanctuary for being soft on crime or looking the other way. That's that's not what it is. That's not certainly what we do here. That's not what my mandate is to my officers. We respond to behaviors we're spawned a criminal behaviors, irrespective of your status. So when representatives from Icee it makes their job more difficult. What do you say to them? So federal authorities are you know they had the mandate to enforce federal law? We do not. And so it's like lanes of traffic, right? Where our local police entity and we provide police services to the folks that live here. They have their mandate to enforce federal on the and they do that. So the other pieces it has to do with community trust in others. There's a large part of the dialogue there on what does that mean. So the demographics of our city are such that we want people to feel comfortable to call us for help if they're not calling the police, who are they call him. Right? So the ideas to reinforce the messaging that we're not interested in the red. Status, we're going to respond and assist the folks that call for help. So that's the chief of police in Santa Ana, this is done Barnes, the under sheriff of Orange County. We run one of the largest jail systems in the nation, and we've always had a relationship with ice prior to this regardless what administration Bush Obama and now Trump when there's somebody in our custody. Roughly just about ten less than ten percent of our inmates in our custody for local crimes, not for ice issues or here. Undocumented of that ten percent ice only really wants about one percent of those individuals. Those are the ones they place a detain or on. So it isn't everybody in our custody. It's just that small population of inmates who ice has said they want that we can no longer communicate if we can't communicate, we release them back in the community. So you think Espy fifty four is making this community less safe. I know it is making the community last safe. I, the lot of the individuals who we do who are arrested. Are being returned the communities in which they regionally preyed upon. So we know that's happened. We know as of since January first, we've had seven hundred seventy two through September this year individuals criminals in our care who ice had placed a detain her on that we could not return to ice. They release back in the community. One hundred and forty of those already been rearrested for new crimes, four for tempted murder, several four assault with a deadly weapon. One for child molestation, one for spousal rape, numerous other crimes that are occurring that one two forty. And those are only the ones that we know about because a return to RJ, oh, you're working at the county level. Do you think that the rhetoric that's coming from Washington from the Trump administration on the issue of sanctuary cities is helpful to you? I think the rhetoric rhetoric coming from both Sacramento and Washington is not helpful to anybody. We are like it's like two divorced parents who are getting pulled in both directions it. We need to stop these extreme fringe politics and focus. Us on what we're obligated to do in law enforcement. That's providing the public's safety regardless of what's ones immigration status,.
"spousal rape" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They will be too many damning questions that his client would be unable to answer or answer in a way which would ensure guilty verdict somewhere down the road we're not fooled weinstein's lawyer benjamin braff men was putting on the good face for his client from what i read saying that his client will of course plea quote unquote not guilty but what caught my attention is the strategy that brockman is hinting at in terms of how he's going to fight this battle in the courtroom he's starting it outside on the court steps talking to the media but you know it will also extend to the courtroom and when you're accused of rape there are only so many strategies out there available and attacking the the the the credibility of the accusers probably doesn't have the same impact today that it may have had some ten years ago with juror and also the public but nonetheless you can see where this is going is pretty obvious that weinstein's lawyer is going straight down this road and you may remember that after the arraignment braff men said that weinstein did not quote invent the casting couch in hollywood close quote and quote unquote bad behavior does it necessarily translate into criminal acts that's not a very compelling argument arguing that your client isn't the first sexist pig that's not all that compelling in terms of innocence it says that he's probably more likely than not to have engaged in rape he like behavior my word brockman also said that the woman who alleges rape had a quote unquote ten year consensual sexual relationship that continued for years close quote after the two thousand thirteen incident in the hotel the alleged incident now never mind that rape is not notified by prior or subsequent behavior or interaction never mind by that argumentation spousal rape would be impossible and we know that spousal rape is actually rape now in all fifty states since like nineteen ninetythree never mind that that's a whole different tangent but the argument also tries to unravel the credibility of the accusers not attacking the specifics of the allegations is almost like the going for an affirmative defense yes he did it but you know they still hung out afterwards that's.
"spousal rape" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Couch cohen is talking to their is tim mack who now works with us here at npr and he is bringing this recording of michael cohen tonight for the first time tim joins us in our studios hey hey alright gives us a back story here how did you end up on this particular phone call with michael cohen so just to put this in context this was in twenty fifteen trump's campaign had just launch you remember that opening campaign speech where he talked about mexican immigrants he referred to a lot of them as criminals and drug dealers and even rapists you know so i i started reporting story on accusations made in one thousand nine hundred eighty book and according to that book trump's first wife ivana had said in a sworn deposition during their divorce that trump had raped her now she later said she didn't mean it in the legal or criminal sense and she now praises trump and he denies it ever happened but i reached out to the campaign for comment about this original claim and i i didn't get a call back from the campaign i got a call back from michael cohen and he started out by saying hey you shouldn't write the story because actually spousal rape isn't a crime now it is a crime and michael cohen is a lawyer in the state of new york and should have known that and the conversation really escalated from there it sounds like this fits into a pattern of behavior that many people have seen from cohen when he thinks that they're crossing trump this is something he has done before intimidate people yet we and we put a longer version of the conversation on npr dot org about seven minutes of this conversation you can hear it and basically what you can tell is this is not the first time that michael collins has picked up the phone and made legal threats like this after a harvard student prank mr trump during the two thousand sixteen campaign for example he told us the student tom watson said that michael cohen called up yelling and screaming and trying to threatening to have him expelled and threatening a.
"spousal rape" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Okay when go couch the report on his talking to there is tim mack who now works with us here at npr and he is bringing this recording of michael cohen tonight for the first time tim joins us in our studios hey hey alright gives a backstory here how did you end up on this particular phone call with michael cohen so just to put this in context this was in two thousand fifteen trump's campaign had just launch you remember that opening campaign speech where he talked about mexican immigrants he referred to a lot of them as criminals and drug dealers and even rape you know so i i started reporting a story on accusations made in one thousand nine hundred book and according to that book trump's first wife ivana had said in a sworn deposition during their divorce that trump had raped her now she later said she didn't mean it in the legal or criminal sense and she now praises trump and he denies it ever happened but i reached out to the campaign for comment about this original claim and i i didn't get a call back from the campaign i got a call back from michael cohen and he started out by saying hey you shouldn't write the story because actually spousal rape is an acronym now it is a crime and michael cohen is a lawyer in the state of new york and should have known that and the conversation really escalated from there it sounds like this fits into a pattern of behavior that many people have seen from cohen when he thinks that they're crossing trump this is something he has done before intimidate people yet we and we put a longer version of the conversation on npr dot org about seven minutes of this conversation you can hear it and basically what you can tell is this is not the first time that michael collins has picked up the phone and made legal threats like this after a harvard student prank mr trump during the two thousand sixteen campaign for example.
"spousal rape" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Smartest giving you an opportunity exactly or you walk and they don't when the stores you plan on writing that was trump's attorney michael cohen repeatedly threatening reporter tim mack back twenty fifteen trying to persuade him i guess if that's the word us not to run his story the daily beast titled ex wife donald trump made me feel violated during sex reporter tim currently with mpr formerly of the daily beast joins me now well you kept your cool admirably let me just say that that story that you wrote about that encounters the first i ever heard of michael cohen actually back in twenty fifteen and partly because he said there's no such thing as spousal rape which is of course untrue what was going through your head during that phone call well i was just surprised at a lawyer would conduct himself in this manner you know if you go to npr dot org and you listen to the entire exchange we've got seven minutes online you can kind of get a sense that i'm trying to as daily beast reporter trying to get a substantive comment out of him putting aside you know whether or not he will he you wants to bring a lawsuit for what i was trying to do was reach out to the trump campaign and the trump organization for comet per store is working on i gotta say he he keeps saying he's gonna see you like putatively in the words he's saying the threat is legal but the tone is not the tone of someone threatening legal action like what i'm going to do to you is going to be effing disgusting like the effing ing disgusting doesn't really read as file a lawsuit well i think what it is kind of.
"spousal rape" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Tokyo return no catch he also talked about pass lawsuits like one against univision the spanish language network dropped trump's miss usa pageant because of his disparaging comments about mexican immigrants point on right and i think and he said it's my pleasure five hundred million dollars co never filed a lawsuit against me or the daily beast but after the daily beast published the story cohen's remarks caused internal tension among trump's team here's sam number corey lewandowski in picks were pushing for michael to the fires and trump was seriously considering cohen later apologized publicly for the spousal rape remark then once trump was elected cohen found himself on the outside looking in here's number nobody was screwed over more by donald michael cohen michael has been extremely loyal donald he was there from the very beginning and donald treated him like garbage at the end now cohen is at a crossroads does he flip and protect himself by discussing with prosecutors the private information he has from working with trump for so many years or does he remain silent here's michael caputo kim first of all the president values loyalty he's favorite sport now michael cohen exhibited that loyalty long before i arrived on this scene and trump tower he was always defending the president always looking out for his best interests and i saw that as some of the most remarkable loyalty that i've ever seen in the workplace the strength of that loyalty will determine the next chapter in the saga between the president of the united states and his personal lawyer tim mack npr news you're listening to all things.
"spousal rape" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"House megan kelly put tough questions trump at a republican presidential debate cohen later retweeted someone who had written quote we can get her kelly discussed the incident nearly two years later on nbc news with tone attorney david schwartz i'm telling you in response to that allegation that i received death threats that i had security guards following me around and that my old boss call michael cohen directly to say if megan kelly gets killed it's not going to help your client donald trump's elected michael cohen no target was too small either like a college student who pranked the presidential candidate and says cohen threatened to sue him and get him expelled cohen's legal threats have generally been done in private and stayed that way but in twenty fifteen when i was reporting for the daily beast an online news outlet trump's campaign was in ascendancy i started writing about a nineteen ninetythree biography of trump written by a former newsweek reporter according to the book the president's first wife ivanka claimed in a sworn deposition during divorce proceedings that trump had raped her as the book was coming out she said she didn't mean rape in a criminal or literal sense and has since as the president trump has called the claim false when i reached out to campaign spokesperson hope hicks on this matter i got an angry callback from cohen he's first tactic was to try and convince me not to run the story but he did so by falsely claiming that spousal rape was not a crime this is the first time that audio is being aired talking about candidate targeting doc i finish it stout cohen's effort to prevent the story from being written didn't end with that false claim or export schorr over in the courthouse i will take you forever finish y'all sexual possible you know think about going to where you're planning on going and actually besides the warning do you have a subsidy content including my piece that reflects their news george source the legal threats continued warnings likely i'm gonna join the panic.
"spousal rape" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Would you i will catch he also talked about pass lawsuits like one against univision the spanish language network dropped trump's miss usa pageant because of his disparaging comments about mexican immigrants story on right right visit and i five hundred million dollars like i told you never filed a lawsuit against me or the daily beast but after the daily beast published the story cohen's remarks caused internal tension among trump's team here's sam number corey lewandowski and hope hicks were pushing for michael to be fired and trump was seriously considering it cohen later apologized publicly for the spousal rape remark then once trump was elected cohen found himself on the outside looking in here's number nobody was screwed over more by donald then michael cohen michael has been extremely loyal donald he was there from the very beginning and donald treated him like garbage at the end now cohen is at a crossroads does he flip and protect himself by discussing with prosecutors the private information he has from working with trump for so many years or does he remain silent here's michael caputo again first of all the president values loyalty he's quite favorite sport now michael cohen exhibited that loyalty long before i arrived on the scene trump tower he was always defending the president always looking out for his best interest and i saw that some of the most remarkable loyalty that i've ever seen in the workplace the strength of that loyalty will determine the next chapter in the saga between the president of the united states and his personal lawyer tim mack npr news dependent you're listening to all things considered.
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"Host megan kelly put tough questions trump at a republican presidential debate cohen later re tweeted someone who had written quote we can get her kelly discussed the incident nearly two years later on nbc news with toan attorney david schwartz i'm telling you in response to that allegation that i received death threats that i had security guards following me around and that my old boss called michael cohen directly to say if megan kelly gets killed it's not going to help your client donald trump michael cohen no target was too small either like a college student who pranked the presidential candidate and says cohen threatened to sue him and get him expelled coens legal threats have generally been done in private and stayed that way but in twenty fifteen when i was reporting for the daily beast an online news outlet trump's campaign was in ascendancy i started writing about a nineteen ninetythree biography of trump written by a former newsweek reporter according to the book the president's first wife ivanka claimed in a sworn deposition during divorce proceedings that trump had raped her as the book was coming out she said she didn't mean rape in a criminal or literal sense and has since praised the president trump has called the claim false when i reached out to campaign spokesperson hope hicks on this matter i got an angry callback from cohen he's first tactic was to try and convince me not to run the story but he did so by falsely claiming that spousal rape was not a crime this is the first time that audio is being aired valid.
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"The interest you when you were sleeping sidetrack he's allowed on speak right let's talk about michael cohen what kind of man that says this is the kind of guy who cleaned in connection with that story that there's no such thing as spousal rape this is a legal genius right right completely false does even know the law he's a thank god it's a million dollars a million dollars oliver anyone anyone is anyway by the way so on july detected so me ask a question just just let me ask you a question about you know one of the one of the broader points in this case which is mike every claim that he paid out of his own money right out of his home equity line the the money in this case have you ever heard of a lawyer paying a judgment or a settlement on behalf of a client out of his own money but this is not a normal attorney client relationship this is much more than an attorney client relationships first of all there's nothing illegal under section anything about it if you if you stand the relationship here you would understand that it was be completely reasonable for michael collins pay let me let me ask you reasonable donald trump is according to him a billionaire michael cohen has to go into a home equity line to pay one hundred thirty thousand dollars that sounds reasonable to you the circumstances under the set of circumstances that they're involved in it's completely reasonable and you're saying you're saying it had a big deal saying it had absolutely nothing to do with the campaign that was just a coincidence that this was in eleven days this took place the laws pretty clear on this okay if you the bottom line is if it's towards if it's for reputation business family to protect those things then two thousand seven hundred thousand eight two thousand nine hundred thousand t could have been done in all those years legal blackmail took place extort it's legal extortion when somebody comes.
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"The highway car show and just to repeat a story from earlier uh if you haven't heard at the channel five is reporting that the devolved patrick's a brotherinlaw has been arrested for assault to rape this is the one whose served pine man in the past four arrived for russ spousal rape out in california and a he was a he is the governor at the time devolve patrick fired the head of the sex offenders registry board because she wanted the the brotherinlaw bernard sizes name to register as a sex offender and the vaal patrick's at his brotherinlaw shouldn't have to register as a sex offender even though he been convicted of raping his sister so now wa bernard sei the the the convicted rapist was arraigned in quincy district court yesterday and is being held without bail pending at dangerousness hearing and i he's charged with assault the rape and assault and battery on a household family member the document said the assault occurred last weekend the victim's name was redacted from the court documents he was not supposed to be in the woman's apartment she returned on saturday she entered the bedroom singe was only wearing his underwear and then he gave he gave her three options all of which forced her into the saxon which she believe was the only way to keep him hall this is really channel five report uh police said the sinn is siad minted that day he had had intercourse with the woman that's what he called an intercourse not rate but he admitted he grabbed the w women when she tried running away he also said she tried hitting a security button to summon help size mary the patrick sister and 1993 pleaded guilty the spousal rape when the couple lived in california he served jail time and the couple moved the melt the nafta reconcile and then again he heat the governor tried to keep his brotherinlaw off the sexoffender registry in massachusetts and when the the uh the people who administered.
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"Wbz news time is twelve twenty a man who admits coming into this country illegally from el salvador's due in court today jose as avodados accused in a crash on route twenty ann arbor and yesterday that left a woman injured possibly with a broken neck police say she had two children in the car with her as avodados blood alcohol level was said to be more than three times the legal limit charges include operating under the influence of alcohol an unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle us of auto citizenship status remains under investigation bristol county sheriff tom hodgson is testifying this hour before a stand ending room only hearing at the state house about why he is so opposed to making massachusetts a sanctuary state hodgson has made no secret of his tough stance on enforcing immigration laws the safe communities act would prohibit state and local police from cooperating with ice on immigration matters except in certain circumstances in his statement so far touch and asked why the state would wanna work with fewer law enforcement agencies governor baker is also against the safe communities act supporters say the bill will help protect massachusetts residents who are here illegally but have not been convicted of a crime the massachusetts supreme court dismissed a defamation suit filed against former governor devolve patrick the court found that sandra edwards the former head of the sexoffender registry board did not prove that patrick made statements to the media about her with malice edwards lost her job after hearing officer determined that patrick's brotherinlaw who had been convicted in california of spousal rape they've not register as a sex offender in massachusetts that trichete told the media edwards had improperly tried to influence the hearing officer wbz news time is twelve twenty two traffic and weather together coming up next hello phone call five ross tobacco call it report six months to five one four hundred.
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"Dollars that was this is abc news time six thirty six day number five in testimony today in the bill cosby sex assault trial a deposition from two thousand five came back to haunt him yesterday a detective thursday read aloud cosby's two thousand five deposition in which he did giving accuser andrea constand pills benadryl saying it would help relax but constanze said it did more than relax her it meter paralysed for a time and prosecutors alleged had been a stronger drug cosmi spoke of getting quay lose and alcohol to women he wanted to have sex with cosby showed little reaction in court a court that could put him in prison for the rest of his life matt piper cbs news norristown pennsylvania massachusetts highest court dismisses a defamation lawsuit filed against former governor devolve patrick accord finding that the fired head of the sexoffender registry board failed to prove the patrick made statements about her with malice sandra edwards forced out of her job after hearing officer determined the patrick's brotherinlaw who been convicted of spousal rape and california need not register as a sex offender in massachusetts patrick told reporters that edwards had improperly tried to influence the hearing officer coming up on wbz drunk driving crash lead to the arrest of a man who entered the country illegally then parker with that story cbs sunday to lie that second marks your crushes chanting we we came to make the most popular mobile game.