35 Burst results for "Sussman"
Why Doesn't Attorney-Client Privilege Apply to Trump & His Lawyers?
"Why does attorney client privilege not apply To the lawyers who advised the Trump campaign and president Trump and others Why Why was there a jury with three jurors who had donated to the Clinton campaign One juror who had donated to the AOC campaign a 5th juror whose daughter was on the same athletic team as the defendant Michael sussman in front of a lawyer appointed by Obama who was friends with the defendant 20 years earlier as they worked together at the Department of Justice Why Why is there a committee of Congress like no committee in the history of the United States
John Solomon Discusses Peter Navarro's Arrest by the FBI
"He is the founder. He is the editor in chief of just the news dot com a good friend of the show. You can follow him at J Solomon reports. John, welcome back to America first. Good to be with you, Seb. So when you see other people being held in contempt of Congress, in fact, former attorney generals like Eric holder actually go on book tours and give speeches because I don't know that Democrats and then Pete and Navarro is arrested put in cuffs and shackles despite the fact that he literally lives a couple of blocks from the FBI headquarters. In your history of covering this city, have you seen the like before? Yeah, listen, this is becoming a repeated story here. A dual justice system in Washington and in America quite frankly, think about this on the same weekend that Peter Navarro shackled up for what's essentially the administrative crime, right? I'm not complying with a subpoena. A woman who threw a molotov cocktail into an NYPD car gets a lenient plea deal. Just think about that. She put lives at jeopardy. He simply didn't comply with a piece of paper. And again, I understand they're both crimes, but at least alleged crimes. But we continue to see this assessment trial, gave us plenty of great examples, right? Once again, you see Mike sussman has a relationship with the FBI that isn't disclosed during the trial. They've got a secret compartmentalized secure facility that they and the FBI keeping up at their law firm, something that comes out after the trial, the coziness, the double standard, the two systems of justice are apparent every
What's Durham's Next Move? Just the News' John Solomon Weighs In
"Watching the Russia gate stuff with sussman and all of that. Where do you think Durham's next move? What do you think is next moves are going to be? Listen, he's got to get ready for the danchenko trial, which is the primary source of Christopher Steele used to build his dossier, which is the second leg of the dirty trick right. There were two legs of it. There was the alpha bank. Sussman's trial allowed us to see just how dirty and false and fake that was. The danchenko Audrey was going to show us just how bad the Steele dossier was. The media still holds Christopher Steele in regard when people see just how bad the dossier and its underpinnings were. They're going to realize in the media. They were used to perpetrate this document when it was full of maloney. And the FBI sustained an investigation for two and a half years based on complete bogus rumors. That's going to be the primary focus. There is one other bucket left that they're working on. There was a lot of grand jury activity a few months ago. Not as much now. And that is focused on FBI agents. Who were involved in providing information that was fed into the fisa warrants that allowed the FBI to spy on the Trump campaign and Carter page and people like that. That fisa warned, we know now had significant factual errors in it. And significant omissions that are required by the FBI when they find exculpatory evidence. There is a large number of people. One of those agents was admitted on the stand during the assessment. Oh, I'm under investigation as part of that. We don't know if there'll be more criminal charges. There was a lot of grand jury activity suggesting there would be charges a few months ago. We haven't seen that materialized, but what the FBI know and how it may have misled the Congress and the fisa courts is the other leg of the investigation. And then when those two things are resolved whenever we can find out there's going to be no more criminal cases involving that. There should be a final report that lays out just how bad this country was misled by the Hillary Clinton dirty trick that the FBI facilitated.
Michael Sussmann Acquitted by a Jury of HIS Peers
"The news broke as we were preparing for the show today after a very short trial, Michael sussman former DoJ lawyer working for the Clinton campaign was found not guilty by the jury in Washington, D.C. of having lied to the FBI. Not difficult to predict given that 93% of the city voted for Hillary in 94 for Joe Biden just last week, Jonathan turley, the left wing lawyer, had this to say about the jury on Fox News. The problem for Durham is the jury and the judge. I mean, he is facing a jury that has three Clinton donors, an AOC donor, and a woman whose daughter is on the same sports chamber sussman's daughter. I mean, the exception of randomly selecting people out of the DNC headquarters, you could not come up with a worse jury. Welcome to Washington D.C.. Welcome to Washington D.C.
Kash Patel Shares His Disappointment Over the Sussman Acquittal
"Sussman, we were pretty certain. You were pretty certain that he was going to be convicted by a jury of his peers, and now it just seems like the entire operation has fallen apart. I'm upset. I'm angry. I really don't know how to make sense of this. What's your take? Yeah, look, Charlie, we traded text right after the verdict and I told you, I think no one was more disappointed than me. And I was kind of the last guy cheering for the chariots of justice that we currently have as a former federal prosecutor. I thought when you put in front of adults, even in Washington D.C., irrefutable evidence of a crime. That they would rise behind politics. And I was sadly proven wrong, but more tragically, that if these are the adults that are leading our future generation, they've already educated their youth that politics comes before the law. And that's what's going to make justice so much harder. You know, I took the day off because we had an old adage in government. When you get ticked off, just walk away for 24 hours so you don't do anything stupid. But got to regroup and start the fight again. Yeah,
Can a Republican Get Justice in a Liberal City?
"Can a Republican not get justice in a city that voted for Hillary and Biden and Obama? Is it only for Democrats to walk out of slam dunk cases, Kurt? You're a lawyer, talk to me about the sussman trial. No, I think it was disgraceful. The kind of jurors that are allowed on Hillary voters, people who people who had connections with sussman's family. I mean, it was just ridiculous. Look, Washington D.C. is 95% Democrat. If you are a Republican, you are going to be convicted. If you are a Democrat, you are going to be with it. And I will put money on that. I will put money on that any day of the week. I would, I would, if I was a representing a Democrat, I would take a Washington D.C. venue.
John Zmirak Explains the Court Case Exonerating Clinton's Lawyer
"When we talk about the sussman trial, the reason this is so difficult is because, and again, frame this a little bit better, you know, talk about the fact that Durham, talk about what was going on there in case anybody hasn't been tracking with this. What happened? Sussman was Clinton's lawyer and yeah. He went. Okay, Susan was Clinton's go between who went to the FBI with entirely made up information claiming that Donald Trump had a secret email server and was communicating with a Russian bank that's connected to oligarchs and Vladimir Putin. None of that was true. It was simply cooked up to distract people from the fact that Hillary Clinton was facing possible prosecution for illegally maintaining a private server with classified emails. So they made up they made up a crime and attributed it to Donald Trump. Meanwhile, the Obama administration was illegally surveilling the Trump administration. And the Trump campaign. And they use this as part of the pretext. Well, we have a national security reason. And then we'll go to the fisa court because Donald Trump might be a trader. He might be in collusion with the foreign power. All of it pulled out of Hillary Clinton's bodily orifice and forgiven in the FBI and the FBI held it up like it was real evidence. And now we see thanks to this OJ jury in D.C., the Democrats can get away with this and they are not subject to the
Was the Jury Reluctant to Put the Blame on Sussman? Nunes Weighs In
"It. You mentioned that one of the things we learned as this case unfolded is that you've got a wider ring of involvement. And of complicity. And I wonder if that's really what became decisive for the jury, because as Durham constructed the narrative, you got the FBI that was being suckered by this guy sussman sussman was coming in with the false story he wasn't revealing that he was working for the Hillary campaign and of course if you have an FBI that's a naive participant in this, then arguably sussman was the bad guy and the FBI were the good guys, but what if the jury said, you know what? Sussman, the FBI. These guys are all in it together. He's not suckering them. They're fully part of the scheme. So why should we isolate sussman as being sort of the villain here when this appears to be literally a coordinated operation by the Hillary campaign, including Susan, the technology executive and the FBI and ultimately also the media. So could it be that the jury was reluctant to put all the blame on sussman when they believed that the people on the other side of the table were really wink wink fully aware of what was going on. Well, I think there's two issues here, dinesh, so let's take them one at a time. The first one is that we only know what the jury foreman said and essentially what she said was and I'm paraphrasing, but she was just unsure why they brought this. This didn't seem like a big deal. It seems like the FBI has more in DoJ as more to work on. So that's a problem. So I don't give much we only know from the one juror, maybe it'll be other jurors that will speak later. But the format of the jury clearly had no interest in doing what her job was, which is not to evaluate whether DoJ is right or wrong to bring a case. It's basically decide on the facts in the merit, which this was a very clear slim part that should have been easy to determine. But I do think you are correct in that the FBI was clearly fully all knew what was going on, right? So the whole issue here that, yeah, baker on one hand, who was lied to supposedly. He had to have known that about this whole scheme that was going on, right? We knew because and let me just take your listeners back and in time. And the spring of 16, we know that the Obama team is brief. We know the attorney general at the time lynch knows about it. We know they start running informants, spies into the campaign at the same time in the spring of 16. It continues, gets worse. They get a fisa on Carter page so that they can go into everybody's communications and emails. So it's impossible. I think that the point that you're bringing up is a good one. All of these guys had to know,
Truth Social's Devin Nunes Share Thoughts on the Durham Investigation
"He was a California congressman from the 21st and then 22nd district for, well, 2003 to 2022. A premier investigator of government malfeasance and corruption, he won the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 2020, and he's now the chief executive officer of the Trump media and technology group. Devin, welcome to the podcast. Great to have you as always. Let me start by asking you about this sussman verdict. The acquittal of sussman appears to be a real blow to the Durham investigation and also I think for some of us seems to suggest that Hillary has not just 9 lives, but maybe an infinite number of lives, this woman is always one step ahead of the posse. Can you spell out the implications of this verdict? Did you see it coming? And what does it mean? Yeah, I think you have to start with what Durham did with this, whether he meant to do it or not. We won't know until probably many years later, if we ever know, is that my guess is he probably tried to get sussman to plead. Sussman and the Clinton people said, you know what? We'll roll the dice. We'll see if you really want to bring this case in Washington, D.C., where they know they control the court. They have a judge that, you know, many of those judges now, I mean, they're big problems. Then of course, you have the tainted jury that was immediately tainted with Clinton donors, AOC, donors, et cetera, et cetera. So I'm not sure if Durham was kind of forced, tried to get sussman to plea because it was a pretty clear cut case, right? You had receipts. You had text messages. There was nothing that was confusing about this. It was a clean case of line at FBI, especially as Durham laid out the case. And then so in the process of that, you can either kind of decide well, Durham was forced into it and or Durham knew that he had to roll the dice, but the good thing with all of this is that we learned so much that Durham laid out, which was the grander larger case, which there was a major conspiracy that was going on
The FBI Was in on This From the Beginning...
"Now, why would a jury equipped on a case where the specifics of the evidence of pure obvious? Which is to say Michael sussmann did in fact lie. He did not disclose that he was working on behalf of a four, the Clinton campaign, and so it would seem that it's an open and shut case. And I think this is probably what Durham thought it was. But here's the problem. What is the FBI's role in all this? There are two possibilities. Possibility number one, the FBI is an honest to goodness. Police bureau. And here comes this guy sussman and sussman goes, you know, I got some dirt for you, and the FBI goes, oh, really? And sussman goes, oh yeah, it's really incriminating of Trump and the FBI goes, oh, we don't know where you got this from. Sussman goes, oh no, I'm just an honest citizen. So this is sort of what Durham was going for. What Durham is going for is that the FBI is a straight laced organization that was duped by sussman who was just cunning operative into a fake scheme. Now, if you followed the trial at all, it became kind of obvious that this was not the case. The FBI was in it from the in on it from the beginning. So the FBI wasn't duped. The FBI was working hand in hand with the Clinton campaign. James baker, the FBI's number two man, was good friends with sussman. In fact, was reluctant to testify against sussman in this case.
Sussmann Acquittal Is Good News for Hillary Clinton
"In what is an obvious blow to the Durham investigation. Michael sussman, the democratic attorney and operative has been acquitted by a well heavily biased, heavily democratic jury, aided by a Democrat appointee judge. Now, how do we think about something like this? I mean, first of all, obviously, for Durham, it's a setback. This guy spends years. He files one single case on one single count of lying to the FBI. And poof, it doesn't work. It blows up. The guy walks. And all of this is obviously, well, it's good news for Hillary Clinton because here you have Hillary and the Democrats. Hillary campaign concocts the Russia collusion scheme. They enroll sussman in it, but they also enrolled the FBI in it. And they were able to enroll sympathetic members of the media in it. And so talk about coordinated fraud. Here it is. This is a fraud being perpetrated upon Trump in an effort to torpedo his candidacy in 2016.
Congressman Devin Nunes' Reaction to the Michael Sussmann Acquittal
"Okay, with this right now is Devin Nunes. So we just got the Michael sussman ruling. Awfully depressing and maddening, what are your thoughts? Yeah, I think that's exactly right, Charlie. But not surprising at the same time. In D.C., Durham had no other place he probably had to bring it there. We kind of knew two weeks ago and there was three Clinton jurors. You had a juror from there was somehow related or new Susan's wife, you had all kinds of, I think, conflicts there. And look, Donald Trump got what 5% of the vote in Washington, D.C., it's tough to get any jury there and is corrupt as things are in this country now. Everything's political and including this. I mean, it was a pretty easy slam dunk case. I mean, there was a text message. He clearly lied and if you look at the things that many normal Americans go to jail for, this is one that was pretty easy.
Charlie Dives Into the Disappointment of the Sussman Verdict
"We're going to keep on going through this Durham story. I mean, look, the judge, John Durham didn't push for recusal of judge Chris Cooper, even though Michael sussman was friends with the judge. Judge Cooper's wife represented former FBI lawyer FBI lawyer Lisa page, the judge and his wife were married by Merrick Garland and Cooper was appointed by Obama. It is rigged, top to bottom, everybody. It is just a disease temple of cesspool of corruption. That's not a good thing for people to believe about their government or their capital. The country is fracturing fracturing in front of our very eyes. Yeah, I mean, we were just texting with cash Patel. You said basic points. I was the last man to have any faith in D.C. in the Department of Justice. Now it's gone, burn the whole thing down. He means it metaphorically, by the way, for because, you know, if we say that, unlike the left, we will be convicted by a jury of our peers and put in front of a court. Michael sussman will not be
Charlie Unpacks Michael Sussmann's Shocking Acquittal
"But first some breaking news, Michael sussman has been acquitted. By a jury of his peers in Washington, D.C.. The federalists wrote, quote, while prosecutors presented overwhelming evidence over the last two weeks that sussman lied to then FBI general counsel James baker in 2016 and acquittal by the D.C. jury still seems likely. Now to give you an idea of how extraordinary it is to get acquitted by a jury your peers, I believe it's less than 1% of all trials that go to all cases that go to trial actually end up in acquittal. But Michael sussman knew that he could navigate a Washington D.C. jury. These are his people. There were three Hillary Clinton donors. There were allowed to be on the jury. One AOC donor and judge Christopher Cooper was an Obama appointee. Judge allows Hillary AOC donors and jury pool for ex Clinton lawyers, Russia trial. So Michael sussman, who was accused of lying to the FBI, not just accused, we have the evidence he did it. It's in a text message. He said that he was going to go to James baker on his own capacity in reality he was being paid to do this was acquitted by a jury of his own peers. This is a huge blow to John Durham. No doubt. It's a blow to all decency and justice. I'll be very honest. They're allowed to spy on a president lie about it, use campaign funds to do it. Infiltrate a campaign, all the while there is no justice and no accountability.
Rep. Chip Roy Wants a Hearing on All the Things Dems Are Hiding
"We had some breaking news before we came on the air about this Michael sussman case I wanted to get your thoughts on that The Hillary Clinton connected lawyer Acquitted congressman listen I'd love to tell you I'm surprised you know I'm not The jury and we have a jury system Acquitted found not guilty But it just seems to me and I'd love to get your take on it Justice is blind you know the Democrats It tends to see nothing And then when it comes to Republicans whether it's January 6th or Mike Flynn or whatever justice's eyes are wide open It just seems kind of strange doesn't it Well it's always the case right I mean our colleagues know this how they are and Democrats They always find excuses for the folks that are on their side that are constantly engaged in activities that of course would make most people or and that if you are on our side they be coming after them with full force I mean right now we have how many people who whatever they did in terms of crossing lines at the capitol but for people who are nonviolent weren't accused of anything like hitting a cop or anything like that just parading right You got people even getting prosecuted for parading And that's the kind of thing that they do for political purposes And our side just sits back and says oh well I guess that's the thing And I think that's the real thing that I hope the American people are waking up and saying no longer can we let them get away with that We have to go after their folks and we have to do it with a full force And if we get back in power we need hearings We need oversight hearings And I'm talking about all this stuff Dan I'm talking about Fauci I'm talking about what we knew about China and what we're dealing with is vaccines Hearings on January 6th I want hearings on the September 2020 I want hearings on all the stuff they've been doing that they've been sweeping inside
Michael Sussmann acquitted in first Durham special counsel trial
"Jury has acquitted a Hillary Clinton 2016 campaign lawyer on charges of lying to the FBI The case against Michael sussman was the first courtroom test of special counsel John Durham who was appointed three years ago to look for a government misconduct during the probe of potential ties between Donald Trump's campaign and Russia The trial focused on whether sussman concealed from the FBI that he was working for Clinton's campaign when he presented data he said showed a possible secret back channel between a Russia based bank and the Trump organization The FBI quickly determined there was no suspicious contact The verdict is a setback for Durham who
Michael Sussmann Acquitted of Lying to FBI
"During the break It's not surprising at all Ladies and gentlemen Michael sussman and Clinton lawyer Of course he's found not guilty Of course I mean he's working with the Clinton campaign I mean you know do you expect any less a jury in Washington D.C. where white Democrats outnumber Republicans want pen 15 20 to one Jim you have that turley clip and we have enough time of the year But it was John turley This is one This is like last week commenting on the jury how you couldn't have paid a jury any better Check this out The problem for Durham is the jury and the judge I mean he is facing the jury that is three Clinton donors an AOC donor and a woman whose daughter is on the same sports team assessments daughter I mean the exception of randomly selecting people out of the DNC headquarters you could not come up with the worst jury
The Latest Bombshells Out of the Durham Investigation With Kash Patel
"He is a true pep par excellence when it comes to fighting the deep state. He is former chief of staff at The Pentagon for investigator for the intelligence committee of the House, cash Patel, welcome back to America first. Zep, thanks so much. The studios looking better and better and better. Love it. Thank you kindly. We got to talk about this new, very different initiative that you have become involved with, a new publication, but first, because we've been discussing it already with Margot Cleveland, John Solomon today, the sussman trial continues, and it seems very strange that your former colleagues are also former DoD DoJ prosecutor. Your former colleagues taking the stand being asked very important questions by this independent council, they're not being very talkative or helpful for John Durham. Why is that cash Patel? It's amazing. Some of these people and actually all of them, I worked with at the Department of Justice. I know them personally for my time as a national security prosecutor. These are some of the most intellectually smart advanced people I've ever met and all of a sudden, I don't know. I can't remember. I'm not really too sure about that, you know? This is what happens when you politicize the national security apparatus. These people who are supposed to take their oaths of office seriously, especially when called upon to testify in a federal prosecution, should not be allowed to get away with this nonsense. But to me, it just shows the jury and the world that they were all in on it. They don't want to get in any trouble. They're being forced to testify, so they're just going to go up there and do their song and dance and get out
"sussman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The origins of the FBI's probe into former president Trump and Russia will finally be laid out in court Veteran federal prosecutor John Durham was appointed in 2019 to examine what happened Now three years later his team is taking its first case at trial NPR justice correspondent Ryan Lucas joins us now all right let's start with the basics Who's going on trial and what are the charges So the man going on trial is Michael sussman he's a Washington attorney and like a lot of lawyers here in D.C. he used to be a federal prosecutor He later went into private practice for Perkins cooey And that's a law firm that for a long time has done work for the Democratic Party in that includes Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign In the case against sussman dates back to that 2016 presidential race between Clinton and of course Donald Trump sussman is going on trial on a single count of making a false statement to the FBI He allegedly lied in a conversation that he had with the FBI's general counsel in September of 2016 So weeks before the election And in that conversation sussman passed along a tip about Internet data suggesting possible communications between a Russian bank and the Trump organization And what does Durham accuse sussman of lying about So this case revolves around a very narrow question Durham's team of prosecutors says that in September in that September meeting sussman told the FBI that he wasn't providing this tip on behalf of any client In Durham's team says that that was a lie instead they say sussman was there on behalf of a client a tech executive named Rodney joffe and on behalf of the Clinton campaign and prosecutors say that matters because the FBI would have treated the information differently if it had known sussman's political connection The FBI did follow up on Susan tip It didn't pan out In pre trial court hearings Durham's team has accused sussman of being part of what they called a quote unquote joint venture In essence a conspiracy with the Clinton campaign and others to collect derogatory information about Trump get the FBI to investigate it and then leak that to the media But as the defense points out here Durham's team hasn't charged sussman or anyone else with conspiracy Durham has been at work for three years now I mean how significant is this trial to that work This is a major test for his investigation It's really the first test Remember Durham was appointed back in 2019 by then attorney general William Barr to look into the early days of the FBI's investigation into possible links between Trump and Russia Trump and Barr and their allies on the hill in particular frequently talked up germs investigation They suggested that it would dig up horrific wrongdoing by the FBI targeting Trump Trump of course hope Durham would deliver a report that would help him win reelection in 2020 That of course did not happen But even so Trump and his allies have looked to Durham to confirm their suspicions that the so called deep state was out to get Trump Democrats meanwhile have accused Durham's investigation of being misguided and politicized They say it's an attempt to undermine the original Russia investigation so this case in Durham's investigation more broadly in many ways is just an indication that the fight over the 2016 election is indeed still going on All right so what's on the schedule today So jury selection will start today if they get a jury seated by the end of the day We'll have opening statements tomorrow And there will be several days of testimony Several current and former FBI officials are expected to be called to testify for the government A former New York Times reporter in the current inspector general for the Justice Department are expected to testify for the defense So it's going to be interesting a very interesting trial and in all they expect that this trial will last about two weeks.
"sussman" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"Do your through your teeth so that you can go on leave on time without talking to some other late again. You know in the pd in the as it wasn't until my second deployment. That i started telling the truth on this forms. I never did never i feel great. So nothing's going on trying to figure out a way to to head. This often be proactive and getting gauged. And all of this but then look what you guys are just talking about you figure out a way to maneuver through the system. Because what you last thing you want when you come out of a deployment tapped to remain back in this environment. I wanna go see my family my friends and get out of this space. But it's supposed to be a preventative measure or at least a measure of which Before potentially something happens bigger when it's catching some people you know but if it's only a filtered it's not it's not nothing though. The space force has the opportunity to do right. I mean they start there start from scratch they can. They can set the culture now so my hope would be with the newest branch of the military. I don't know about the army. You're going to get to kick out of this because we were talking about it Offline i think it was where i down a showdown at where. You're training center with the prearrange. Of course that they had that they host stuff for the national guard and other branches. And all that kind of stuff and we're having a conversation and they mention that You know other services come through international and That they just add someone from space force come through and exit possess ranger. Of course they're gonna do you know they went to the the one that banning the pre ranger so then they went to interest so there is a space.
"sussman" Discussed on Mentors for Military Podcast
"That yeah and i didn't feel pain but at the that that didn't sound right so i go back to the room my wife's a nurse and i call her and i go I think i just checked up something in my body upper body. I don't know what happened. But i got a feeling it's not going to go ahead and pop right now. Three add bill you know. Let's get ahead of it to see if there's any information that's going to set in because it's probably your neck and well it wasn't just the neck. It costs such a major pain. The next day the forearms going numb my tricep. Then my by step and then my hands in its. I'm in like debilitating pain for weeks. And i finally go see the doctor because what i'm doing obviously isn't working and i see position and they say oh you know you just need to. You know i'll send you to a physical therapist but you know it's probably just something that flare up we'll give you a A shot and everything. You know cortisone shot. I'm like damn thing didn't work the last time you gave me one of those little. It'll work this time shoots me with the cortisone inside the neck and everything of course you know about him out because that thing hurts like all get out when it goes in so fast forward i meet this physical therapist who haven't had a phd in physical therapy and also neurology. Something something i don't anyway. She's i tree the body. Study the body movement okay. She must have been something you know in serious. Because i remember the nerve part of it and she starts asking me a bunch of questions like a physician would take off sure. Okay turn around. And she's looking at the way. I stand and you know my neck and everything else and she's go. Have you ever done this. And mom starts through the soul within like twenty minutes. She's like this isn't your shoulder. This is your neck and she goes that neck injury that you had so long ago she goes the reason why you're feeling it in your thumb and this is going and that's going numb is because right where she liked connected the whole thing. She goes Lay down. i know what we're going to try a few things. So she did a few techniques of like pushing down like here and put a pillow up on doing all kinds of different things. I walked out of there. I mean it hit me a little bit later but for like at least an hour i was like. Oh my god. The pain's gone. Yeah you can move again and it was a physical therapist and not a physician you know in but we don't think about like yoga or physical therapist or whatever we go to the physician get a pill get appeal and you'll get healed. Oh you have been gave it up next time. Take two now instead of one. I think that's like that's something that i've been working on heavily over the past year or so is we always want to diagnose the symptoms right and we don't actually get to this problems you know. The western versus eastern style is is like night and day and the where i always end up taking the conversation with with bodies and we talked about this is like the handling of of death even the like our cultural understanding of of mental health in the west versus east different. You know it's it's a more. It's a regular conversation. There's the tai chi and yoga. And all these things boys want to do touchy. I can't ever find a place to do. people think it's like for old people and stuff. But i i just think the whole movement you know with the ball two years ago. It's not bad. i actually about breath. I used to actually take a vhs tape in all my travels slip it in you know In try to play it. And then i you know. I got it on My ipad and stuff like that and tried to practice it and the breathing. You know the the movement you know the pushiness and pulling and all of that. It was very healing. It wasn't like. I don't know if that maybe it was building up muscles. I guess in some ways it was right but i don't know that it was necessarily helping my injury. It targeting there as you were. you were subconsciously. Meditating whether whether you knew it or not like you you were you. Were having a meditative practice that heels you you know. The mind controls the body way more than we liked to. I would get stressed sometimes shut. I'm sorry paul. Shut the door in my office and actually do some of the taichi movements before and it would. It would definitely center me again. I'm sorry to hear what you said. Something interesting failure said like you're in a meditative process. But i think a lot of people when they think of meditation. You like the intense and you sit cross legged on the floor and the dark like it's not what is a meditative process like you could just to find it. I guess probably one of the easiest ways to define meditation as far as making it like a relatable way anything that really you're doing with concentration and in the present moment kind of how i tried to describe it to people so you can even meditate a single breath. Now i read. I read years ago that the buddha you know. There's buddhists they believe that you can you can achieve enlightenment you can achieve neuron talking about brown single breath right. I mean as really a single breath. If you know. I'd i'd never experienced nirvana but what what i will say. Though is a single breath has taken me out of a hyper ings. Anxious date a single breath is has helped. When maybe. I'm about to say something or do something that i shouldn't brings me back down to earth and i know there is science behind. I heard i was. I was at a retreat for the mosaic foundation. A little while ago and the resilience instructor was amazing deed. Nsw guy and he was talking about something about how when you when you fill up the long's it sends a signal to the brain. Might maybe maybe you know a little more about about the the way that works. But i do know their science backing up a single breath but to get back to your question paul with with meditation so washing the dishes can be meditation cleaning your rifle. We meditation Sitting crosslegged with your eyes does and incense we meditation yoga for me as a moving meditation Walking if you when you are if you pay attention to every single step and you walk with intention. I'm intentionally putting my foot right here. And i'm gonna pay attention to when the heel strikes and then when the toast strikes and then i lifted up. That can be a meditation. When i started meditating i would go to this group in manitou springs colorado carson and and i'd go Go to the cabin and it was all old hippies and me like this high in tight military military with a lot less the time but We would start the the practice by walking in a circle for ten minutes. That was you know what. I'm reading by this if i stood up paying that much attention because i've already.
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"Feel like that it feels like you're on When actually in a state where I dunno hyper aroused but something along those lines at a mentor. Mental state So when i came home you know being able to practice. Yoga allows me to process that. I could breathe through it. I can be present. I work on your. I like yoga in tandem with with therapy with counseling. So i mean counselors on law for years the combination of talking to someone about the the things that have experienced and being able to process it in the studio whether it's meditation or the movement or the combination of all of that and sweating and being able to let go Has been the ticket to my healing. That makes sense. Because i mean maybe you're like me to find like talk therapy or do i. Do i do some shit. So do talk therapy. I do sound healing. I mean like balls and rattles and tuning forks and all kinds of stuff like that. I'm open to everything. And i'll be honest with you. It has been life changer. All that all that stuff. So is this your therapy. Are you talking about the you. Do at american yogi that i go to see a counselor. It's like a therapy session. Like so south therapy. You do lay down so they donald matt. I like it. So far one's go get a bean like a beanbag. I'm ask on my is Sometimes a weighted blanket..
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"You know what i mean like really was money saved in the end to be able to bring to in this case it has me and i'm now realizing this story is making me look so invaluable was not the point. You are not the point you know for for any of us like for any any employer knows this for sure that you would rather keep your employees and have them come back with functioning brains than a physical but in a seat for to make a point because you don't have the unpaid leave. Yes so what. Sorts of things should all of a speed doing. I mean i think probably most people listening already agree with this In principle at least but what. How do we get this moving forward. How what who are the people. We should be contacting are the types of activities. We should be doing to make sure this legislation really does move forward at a time that we think is the moment to really embrace it. That is such a great question so right now are critical moments when when congress is going to be deciding how much they're going to allow like what they are going to budget in the reconciliation package for the budget. I know i just lost. Everyone and their eyes glaze over. We have a nerdy audience. Exactly so audience talking to call back and they're going to be like emily. I wrote that reconciliation process. I've talking down to me so you guys know that. The reconciliation budget is probably we are paid. Leave is going to be. It's probably going to be voted on by just democrats and the senate is really leading the process. So i would say what i honestly. i think. There's a huge opportunity here for democrats to be doing more talking about paid leave and more about how they are. The ones designing the economy and the labor force of the future. I don't see enough of it to be honest with you. I think that biden's the most out front on it. And when do you ever see the president being the most out of run on an issue. So i think for everybody to call their senator call their member of congress and say you want to. You want paid leave. And a family friendly care economy to be a high priority as they get through reconciliation and to keep it in there so that time line is going to be. We're going to see the top line of what reconciliation is going to be so we kinda wanna see a high amount to make sure a lot of getting allocated in there for not just paid leave but also care economy programs. That's kind of playing out in the works right now and so the leaders on that are pelosi schumer but also the budget committee chairs so that sanders in the senate so if you are on sanders list if you are from vermont. I would recommend calling his office. They are actually. People are actually staffing offices now so calls matter and in the house. The committee chairs are your meth from kentucky and neil from massachusetts so two states where people may not feel like they get their voices heard often now. Is your chance. I would be calling them. And say hey. I really want to make sure that that we get a lot allocated for the care economy and particularly for paid leave because now is the decision making but honestly i would say for everybody to call their member of congress and you know i've worked on these legislative campaigns for fifteen years. Let me tell you these calls make a difference but you have to call your actual member of congress like don't flood mcconnell's office he would. It does that it just blocks up the lines so the people that actually live there can actually get through and they toss all of the numbers so call your actual member of congress. If you do a form letter they count like. I don't know a little. I would say. Basically the rule of thumb is the more effort you put into it the more impact. It'll have on your senator or a member of congress but definitely now through when they finalize. The budget is definitely the time. Does it matter what kinds of things people say in their calls to members of congress. I know people sort of sometimes get nervous about that is that is having a personal story. That goes with it or list of reasons is one thing more effective than another. Yeah that's a great question so the person who answers. The phone is an intern. So you don't need to impress them. The thing they are doing is they are keeping a little tracker. They're keeping the tabulations at their desk of. How many calls the calls against and four legislation. They get so if you call you can honestly just tell them you are for or against it and feel no social pressure because they are far more nervous than you are. As far as sending an email goes. If you're going to write your own email then i would include a personal story if you feel if you feel so inclined because what the member of congress will do is. They are wet. If they're ready to go out on a limb and like make a statement on the floor or try to convince other colleagues or do press around an issue they might look back into them and say like. Here's what jen from. My state told me and so if you feel like you want to share your story. I would put that in there because an and contact information for them to contact you back because that actually could move them and actually could end up getting used. The other thing i'll say is if you send physical mail..
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"A million dollar profit from his bets on that. And you know. They'd have to have differed seb agents. Go out and play those best because if one guy started laying all that money on. It's a dead giveaway absolately right. I mean that's what arnold rothstein did the nineteen nineteen world series fifty or sixty people going out all over the country betting on his behalf. Interesting well geoffrey. This has been great. Folks is been jeffrey assessment. I love that. Talk about boxing and boxing in the mob. You know as you grew up in the fifties like. I did a lot of my listeners. Did and even younger people. Many we boxing and find out about those kinds of stories behind the headlines which you just told us a whole bunch of them. I'm glad you enjoyed it. Thank you for having me on all right. Thanks jeffrey my closure folks. Thank you for listening and all your nice comments on the apple. Podcast reviews bless your comments on my youtube channel. Where i often put up the least zoom interviews so you can see what my guest looked like in real life also on our facebook group. Gang-land wire podcast. I see a lot of really good compliments on that. I've got some great people that helped put up really good content. So if you want more mob information than you can shake a stick at go to gangland wire podcast facebook page or actually. It's a group. Remember that if you support. The podcast was some donations. You'll get an invite to my life. Zoom call where we'll share stories answer questions and in general have a good time. Don't forget to buy me a cup of coffee or shot and a beer on vim mo on your end mo- app or you can go to gangland wired my website gang lenoir dot com and donate donate page and and each podcasts. That i put up has a pretty lengthy written blog piece about what the subject is and at the bottom of that pagers away to donate. I have some fixed cost and bless. I'm raising some money for my next documentary. Which is about the casey mob and election fraud of nineteen forty six. I've already had to hire a film guy to do. Couple my interviews and i have one more interview to film plus. I have an artists that i paid to do some illustrations for my movie. If you remember from brothers against brothers are gang-land wire. I use some illustrations in those and by the way you can rent those on amazon for only dollar ninety nine to ninety nine if you want the hd version and finally. I have my book leaving vegas the true story of how. Fbi wiretaps and admob domination of las vegas casinos now that titles a mouthful but in that book. You're gonna find copies of a lot of the transcript the actual wiretaps and if you get the kindle version. I took those audio's that i got out of the court files and link them to the book in the proper places. I have an explanation. And then the actual audio wiretap. Which i think is kind of unusual so you can go to amazon and get that book and get it. In the kindle version gang wire supports the veterans administration. And they're programs that help veterans with. Ptsd you can call our hotline at one. Eight hundred eight seven three eight two five five push one or go to their website. Www dot p. t. s. d. v. Dot gov. I hate saying that. Www i left it out. When i said something about gang manoir you guys all know. I can leave that out. Hey thanks a lot for listening and listen up next week. I drag it. Put out one a week using provided by our good friend and superfan from portland oregon. Casey mcbride thanks casey..
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"Those bumps. he just looked at me. Like i don't know some of these people enough to practice but eventually sunny wound up in prison and he was reprinted by a catholic priest in prison. And the priest had set up a boxing tournaments. The prison and sunny did terrifically normally would knock out someone. Within a couple of minutes of the first round and the priest suggested to him that boxing could be an out with his anger and give him a profession something to do when he got out of prison and he guided him into that and through that sunny was establishing a record of knocking at one opponent after another. I mean he was unstoppable. He also intimidated. People he was amina soapy one of professional boxers whom he face many years later said one thing about sunday. He said most fighters go into a ring wanting to win the fight. Sunny goes into the ring wanting to kill you and he said it really is intimidate. He said you know it scares the jesus you. You're facing this guy in the rings to any said faced a lot of tough guys but no one ever likes sonny liston. Eventually the mob mouton's they saw an opportunity here. There was a guy who is in control of the mob. Louisville named john Tally what a large part of sunny live contract. We shared it with a gambler in las vegas name hash. Nick demain got their hooks deeper and deeper into sunny including frankie carbo and even when traffic car was in prison in early nineteen sixties. He was still issuing orders sunny list. He seemed to have a head that was made out of. It was a natural helmet because when he was a kid cops would catch him. They hit him over the head with a billy club and it seemed to hurt the billy club. More than it hurts. Sonny listed had no reaction to extraordinary now. Mohammad-ali cable log. I guess well you know his first big televised bites with floyd patterson and when the ring patterson looked like a kid next to him he was much smaller than sunny and yet the entire black community as well as john kennedy and robert kennedy wanted floyd patterson to win because they thought he was projected much better image for the black community. Yeah listen would who was a felon. We had a prison record and yet the two fights that he had with. Lloyd patterson he knocked him out in both bites in the first round in about two minutes. Those to test is knockouts in boxing history. Well then he was to have a fight with muhammad ali in florida. Muhammad ali said before the fight he told other people it was well known. He said he was also scared to death of sonny liston. He was taller than sunny. I think sunny was six one and mohammed ali was six three but even so in the gut into the ring. Muhammad ali stood up on his tiptoes so that he could look down. Sunny was trying to take place a mind games. Muhammad ali and sonny liston was able to land a couple of heavy blows against holly hollywood's very fast on his feet and he was able to date being punched and it seems to confuse sunny list. Who was applauded in the rape. He wasn't known for his speed was known for power of his punches which arrived like a cement blocks and then i think it was around the fourth or fifth round. Sunny kinetic his corner jabali who was then known. It's still been known as cassius. Clay hit him in the face a couple of times and either sunny or sonny's manager had put some limit on sundays gloves and it got into ali's is and he couldn't see so he just kept dancing around trying to avoid sunny here breath as he got close to him and soon as he would here is brett he would back away and then he would hold arm out straight on his left arm hoping that that would keep sunny list away from him and by the time he returned to his corner he said to his cornermen gotta stop the pilot can't see ornaments that we can't stop it because if we stop it this fisher only chance we get the heavyweight title and if you resigned from it right at this point you may never get a second shot his finger in the corner. Ali's left. I admit touched its own. I and it stung and it burnt so he realized they had put something into ollie's is so he kept using water to try to wash. Ollie's is and it was interesting because alli was associated with the black muslims at that time and thought that manager was trying to do something holly in his corner and they came to approach the corner is if they were going to attack the corner and then he quickly explain to them what he was doing and they backed away but after curiously plinking his eyes and having more water washed out he was finally able to see and he got in the ring and he really start going after sonny liston poet list and had done to him at the end of that round. I believe it was six brand sunday retired to his corner. He looked exhausted. He breathing heavily. Ali made a show of yawning. Just very boring to him and didn't require much effort and then sunny wouldn't come out for the next round and there are three theories out what happened. It was known that he had to recite recites in its left shoulder so he claimed the precise. It's got so bad that he couldn't lift his left arm. Ben other people's at the fight was fixed that he didn't want be knocked out so he thought it would be less embarrassing him just not to come out of his corner. Third was simply that his manager said. You know you can't fight with one arm so we're not going to go further. So he in effect lost. The fight and ali became the heavyweight championship in their contract. There was a close for a rematch but none of the big cities. None of the mayor's in the big cities wanted the rematch. That didn't want sunny listed in their town and the only place that would accommodate a count up in maine quote. Loosen once again. There was a lot of talk about who would win. The fight and in this fight listed was favored to win eight to one against ali. John tally. One of his compatriots. Come came and say that. He was going to fly up to lewiston to see the fight and john potala said. Don't bother the bikes fixed. And it'll be over. Very quickly and ash resnick. Told his gambling partners who wanted to go to the fight in lewiston he said. Don't bar the flying up their vital. Be over before you can get into your seat and a minute and forty seconds into the first round sunny listened went down in what looked like a punch that just seemed to graze his. That didn't seem to hit him at all. And but number sports writers said it looked as if the punch was so light couldn't have been more effective if he was just trying to get rid of a fly around his head and when sonny listened went down he seemed to perform going down. You fell down. You rolled over wrote over to the other side. He rolled back over. And you lay there for a minute. And ali was sent back to his corner by the referee and when he got back to his corner he said to his cornermen he said did i hit him. Hit him down and it's going. Oh you hit them. Don't worry you in arlington police hit. It's an argument amongst various writers. Some saying that the punch never landed. Or just kinda swiped by ali's others said that he really was hit and he went down however the fbi overheard recording made by geraldine. Listen sonny's wife in which she said. Sonny look since the fight is fixed. Go down in the first round so that you're not hurt. What's the point of getting hurt. If you're gonna lose the fight anyway so just go down and you collect your money and that'll be that so you know based on what the f. b. i. Assume that the fight was fixed. It probably was fixed fight. I don't think ali new sticks. He didn't have to know just had to pick sunny. And because the mark had such incredible control over sunny they really had their hooks kirk deeply into him. They could pretty much do whatever they want with him. Yeah they might have made a bunch of bets all across the united states at different places so nobody could get the pattern on it that he would go down within five rounds or four rounds or something like that so he just or that he would for sure lose right. It's supposedly the biggest gambler. Ashrams nic made a million dollars.
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"I just had a hard time. Getting right that's right. I mean there was one guy. I i forgot his name And and greg scarpa went out looking for him and he saw the guy in front of his house. Putting up christmas lights At the beginning of december and he was being driven by a young guy and he was in the back seat with a. I think an m one rifle with a special site on it and he saw the sky and he pulled her the rifle out of the window at the back seat and and shot and killed the guy With one or two bullets and then just drove away and He he he was never tried for that murder. I it was something he allocated to later on In a deal with the government but he committed many murders like that and and seem to get away with all of them. Yeah he was a. He seemed to have the magic touch that he was out there all the time but nothing ever and and and he was really very angry about the people he killed so that he said to an associate about someone who just killed that he wanted to them up and shoot them again just because he hated him so much. That guy that he shot was for cerro out haggerty's christmas lights in front of his house. Guy named cerro also got involved that while bill alot Was involved with that whole thing. That was quite a that third colombo war. There was a lot of shooting going on during that now he had a he had a crew. I would assume the social club where oddly enough his social club was called a wimpy boys club and and and they would call it wimpy. I you know which means kind of weakened and and submissive i. I don't know why would do that i it. It always struck me as odd that they would have a social club called the windy boys club so Later on in his life. He say he gets aides later on and But the government. Finally i think at some point in time and the early nineties their governments just about done with him. Well wh- what happened. Is you know for some reason. This guy had a habit of eating aspirin peanuts and The aspirins eventually Holson his stomach so so he had some ulcers and and he went into the hospital Hospital in brooklyn coal dictionary hospital to have his stomach patched up in part removed and They told him he would need a blood transfusion. And it was during the aids epidemic and He said he didn't want to take any blood from anyone in public because he did. It was frightened of getting aids. He demanded that he get transfusions From members of his crew and he had this one guy in his crew Who is a weightlifter and injected himself with steroids and often use dirty needles so when he got a transfusion from this guy he developed hiv. And and and eventually he had a full blown.
"sussman" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"B. i. gave him carte blanche to just do it. mean so much so that his his fbi handler Ultimately was indicted but he was found innocent. I mean th. They couldn't prove anything against him but but but of course the big scandal within the fbi. When all of this came out. I remember reading about those at that. Lynn name i noticed. He was in fear city but he didn't. He didn't play a big part. They didn't interview him very much on that. Most recent documentary on the Gaudy investigation. I just wonder if he was maybe He didn't little bit persona non grata with these fellow. Fbi agents or do you know about that. I just know that the you know the fbi was not too happy with him and and he did go. I believe he did go to trial. But ultimately they decided there wasn't sufficient evidence to to To to warranty a conviction. I think they dropped him Dropped it for that reason And and he may have been you know technically he may have been innocent You know because the fbi uses confidential informants all the time and and and it's just a matter of of how long or short the leashes that they give that person and so so there was some discrepancy you know is on a long leash or short leash and and and and that's what they couldn't really figure out that's dangerous game when you play that and i've played that had those guys i'll tell you what they're constantly trying to use their law enforcement control all the time constantly trying to use you to compromise you in some manner. It's it's a battle for with most professional kind informers like that that that you don't really have a big hammer on top of you. Just kinda depend on their cooperation and their ego and and the nfl dance. That you play. And i know that this one guy he used to offer visa. I said you know. I got some nice watches here. They were stolen one time. I said somebody had a nice. That's cool leather coat. He said you want. I got three or four more. Talk all brand new. We get in the car and he said i said except about stolen cars. He said well. He says he kind of looked down his car by god. He was just constantly trying to get you to compromise you in some manner. It was a short because once you start taking gifts from them they have you. Yeah yep they own you. that's for sure. I never took anything from him. There was an fbi agent here locally did take one of those watches i found out later i was i was done with and i got hold of a da agent. He met with him and he's gotta why think do with that guy and then he was in some trouble and i just called over to bureau and i said you know you might want to use this guy. And here's his contacts He's he's got occasionally needs to work it off and they they assigned somebody to work. Human and for that deal was over why that guy was in trouble because they came back around the interviewed him and ask him and asked me so did Do you know anything about this relationship..
"sussman" Discussed on Gangland Wire
"You are listening to gangland. Wire hosted by former kansas city. Police intelligence unit detective. Jerry jenkins welcome. All you are out there and back here ni gangland wires studio. Have on the line. Jeffrey sussman now jeffrey. Sussman is a very prolific author and most importantly he has written a book title. Big apple gangsters the rise and decline of the mob new york. And we know you guys like to hear about the mob and new york today. We're gonna talk a little bit about her most colorful mobster. I think i've ever heard of outside of john gotti maybe his His mr scarpa greg. Scarpa so welcome jeffrey. Okay well we had little folks behind the scenes. We had a little problem with the internet. But it seems to be working now. this is much better. Won't have a youtube video. This other have one without images. I can do that. I guess. jeffrey Before we get started talking about the Ma book tell me a little bit about you and and where you came from you. Did you train in the newspaper. Business where you're reporter. How did how did you get. Started writing started writing Simply because i wanted to write I worked for many many years in In a public relations writing for clients and and at the same time. I was freelancing for newspapers magazines writing various articles and while i realized that i wanted to start writing books and You know i. I started out with opportunities that came my way so initially i was writing a health and fitness books and then marketing. Npr books but My my i always had an interest in Boxing and the mob. And so i wrote a lot of Books about a boxing and then I wrote a book about the mob before this one. It was cold Boxing the mall to notorious history of the sweet science about how Throughout the twentieth century the mob it control most of them most famous boxing matches in history. And then i also decided to do a book on On on the mob itself and and.
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"With Brian Sussman five sixty KSFO add Sussman in for brother Brian couple of the stories we're looking at P. Jeannie going to have to overall a complex plan so the story out of SF gate this morning addressing more than fifty billion dollars in wild fire claims to gain senator Gavin Newsom supports in time to make a meter make a break deadline getting out of bankruptcy sobering reality hit PGA anyone knew some rejected the company's overhauled restructuring plan included thirteen point five billion dollars between the nation's largest utility and attorneys representing the people who lost their homes businesses and relatives in a series of catastrophic fires in twenty seventeen twenty eighteen that were blamed on the utility do we have a story awhile back Katie and sherry about how much money PGA any has given Gavin Newsom and his wife over the years yeah that's right I guess it wasn't enough no kidding so the thirteen point five billion settled a billion dollar settlement was supposed to resolve more than thirty six billion dollars in claims in those victims came after PGA struck a P. Jeannie struck a separate eleven billion dollar deal with insurance who already paid out billions in losses to settlements form the foundation of a plan now in jeopardy of crumbling unless P. Jeannie can placate governor Newsome maybe they should just be executive producer on his wife next film I'm not sure companies back recent bankruptcy plan must be approved by the state and federal judge by June thirtieth to qualify for the wildfire fun so they have a little bit of time but I guess they'd like to see it by the end of the year that's what to is it from this article I know the story sure you sent me this one and I I don't know if this is a problem it's not for me I'm self employed okay but said the in the U. K. I guess there is a problem with bathroom breaks will taking too much time in the bathroom checking their phones are doing whatever a UK start up company has developed a new downward tilting toilets meant to make employees meant to make employees so uncomfortable in the loo that's the British word for bathroom that they take care of business quicker coop the standard toilet is sloped about thirteen degrees forward and that increases strain on the legs making it painful to sit on for more than five minutes said the founder of the company member of Gil he told he told of wired in an article published money anything higher than that he said would cause wider problems thirteen degrees is not too inconvenient but you'd soon one are going to get off that seat quickly just going in there and hanging out that's what I'm I'm wondering is this is this is a big problem maybe you have this problem at work four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred affecting productivity so bizarre that's what they say the primary purpose is to promote brief relief cutting down the time workers spend on their phones and reducing monetary losses I guess this is a problem in certain areas get listed over who are across the pond there the main benefit is to the employer is not the employees it saves the employer money the standard toilet as it's called was backed by the British toilet association what is that.
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"Sixty KSFO red Sussman for brother Brian I do want you to drop and give me twenty eyebrow lifts what I do I do that on accident to people all the time of the doctor Hey they can't really control it ha I'm one of those people that can't control my face I guess I am zero no hiding that you're saying something stupid our at life you're saying something that I think is stupid you're going to now well you know what you the reason you stay looking so young we are young but you look you know skin is so wonderfully tighten supple and because I'm a jerk because this is this is the new facelift it's called skin cardio okay on now and there's a guy he works at a California and New York he's got a a spotted where he he'll he'll deal train your face still dues skin care on your face it's a face exercise he calls it ani and he's it does this blood pumping skin toning sculpting treatment he developed using massage techniques increasing circulars relaxing noninvasive way to maintain skin a lasted a elasticity and firmness all right this guy is the ultimate troll he is the ultimate troll he has just one will fail yes yes yes what a guy do prior to this I don't know but then he's given me tell you something ninety minutes six hundred sixty Bucks what well how much does a facelift cost and he says doing this a couple of times will get your face back in tone like you had a face okay what he claims I'm sorry we you go over the procedure I'll just a little bit more time okay first he starts with lymphatic drainage which he gently slopes this coaxes the skin along the surface to get rid of puffiness and bags under the eyes okay say rub your face to rub your face any good rate also help from a water retention in the cardio part of the face work at work he rapidly a price pressure running his fingers around the face using a line of organic elixirs all right so you get one of those those hopes AB work outs that you see online as seen on TV and just scrap that to your face okay too yes with this lifts up the ad lifts up the muscles and tightens the pores that's said to reduce wrinkles and lines and then and then the face to face exercise ends with facial copping in which she takes small rounded suction cups that squeeze and increase squeeze a release to increase circulation okay acupuncture is do that all the time it is no where near as expensive what you just said and you can just get a few shot glasses wet and stick them on there that's what I'm thinking I just got you this whole thing Hey probably for free if you don't have one of those as seen on TV ads things I bet if you call now you'll get one for nineteen ninety five and four yeah I don't know though he's got people like Katy Perry and Cindy Crawford that swear by it I don't care I know there's also there's also another place in New York that says call face GM noninvasive face work out they combine tightening and lifting techniques deep clean facial compromising antioxidant packed anti aging ingredients like kale green tea and spinach so in other words we could talk to Elaine McGee and she could to set us up with the Safeway Albertsons produce department okay just you know walked in there start slapping greens on our face island facial I'm look I would face I'm looking at this space jam all they're doing is beating the crap out of these people sure but let me tell you three hundred three hundred forty Bucks for a hundred five minutes well that that is what the hell is shaking around how much is three hundred dollars here are five minutes to hours I want three check me out there you go your work out to five years younger just said you six hundred and sixty Bucks are over much this APRS trying to charge you get out here they say that facial yoga is another thing they got Gwyneth Paltrow has her website goop they've got a jade roller anything in line trouble touch I'm in about a minute in the Washington now anything wanted Paltrow trip touches I'm watching two year reign as under I this guy you gotta love a man he's got the stars fan six.
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"Sussman in for Brian that story of top of the hour this is a a spacecraft I I've always found the staff fascinating growing up in the age of Apollo and all that and then shuttle missions and things like that that it when the tests these rockets to go up into orbit you know that that's their doing their testing there I'm thinking sure they work right and in this case the Boeing's starliner space craft this morning didn't achieve the proper order and it needed to reach the international space station but it's interesting if you listen to how these NASA people speak it's very scientific speak Jim Breitenstein who's the head of NASA said the starliner believed it was internal orbital insertion burn the spacecraft burn more fuel than anticipated to miss a maintain prize as precise control this precluded a rendezvous with the space station bride sat added and the article from C. N. B. C. had to put the next sentence meaning it will not be able to reach the space station once I and speak and most people don't speak science yeah I was gonna say what you want this this pre cook this precluded a rendezvous with the space station me too meeting we screwed up but here you listen this bloke Boeing spokesman said the Boeing Spadea starliner space vehicle some experienced an oft nominal insertion bass craft is currently safe and stable configuration see here that you like okay that must be good right now impedes everything messed up so those poor science is known but they figured out what happened it burn too much fuel it's off its mark and dog gone it the people up in the international space station are going to get their Christmas presents I like cherries idea they should use Amazon but wouldn't it be hilarious speaking of Amazon if Jeff bass us all Bezos Rachman can never figure out the right way says last name suddenly said like an ounce this morning by the way we have a space craft all ready to go it's going to take the package is up to him right yeah hammer label you on a very a lot of us want to infinity.
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"The time Brad Sussman infer brother Brian Katie I don't a slough of this story that you had the the top your newscast there about that shooting in San Jose I guess still a lot of police action going on with that yeah so there was a shooting this morning around two ten I was at the two hundred block of south white road there were reports of a man suffering from a gunshot wound and then he was pronounced dead at the scene wow so San Jose police and other local authorities have shut down south white road both directions from al rock Avenue east hills road because they're still searching for a suspect I'm looking right now they have and ABC seven reporter that actually on the scene saying that they have detained several people right now they're working to determine if they actually have the shooter they're hoping to get more information but this this is San Jose's thirty second homicide this year he's unbelievable and even though that's only what about a three block area still because I'm sure a lot of traffic problems a lot of a lot of traffic problems are not remember word we're looking at a residential area a lot of people are getting out getting ready for work they might you know get out and they they're you know might be that I I don't I don't see a report of a shelter in place but I'm assuming if there's a person is considered dangerous at large that they aren't encouraging people to leave their homes at this time self X. clear graphics but again I'm I'm keeping a really close eye with that reporters are on the scene and the the San Jose police social media it's all you guys know more as it comes in yeah I just you know we we have that story top I didn't want people think we're you know forgetting about it but that that's really all we know right now right so we will we'll keep ourselves posted on that so course one of the big stories nationally we're talking about is this impeachment the bottle that's going on Capitol Hill and even though they've been railing for three years it was first Russian collusion then it was cashier and his name what was member Nancy plosives talk about bribery right talking about corruption all that stuff we don't reporter yesterday because right now the the the two articles of impeachment are abuse of power obstruction of Congress that's all they could come up with okay so yesterday Nancy Pelosi was talking to sue the cease where she was in from the press she normally does this on Thursdays and finally a brave reporter asked her why didn't you include bribery in the charges and I want you to listen to this answer by Nancy Pelosi and then we'll do is we'll have a discussion afterwards this Nancy Pelosi yesterday why not five one I myself am not a lawyer from time to act like one not as often as I act as a doctor I practice medicine on the side without benefit.
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"Morning Brad Sussman in for Brian six thirty three the time right now and we are watching closely the any developing a new stories come out about the Guillory garlic festival shooting yes there were three comma three a festival goers were shot and the gunman was shot by police who engaged him less than a minute after he started shooting that's off the first responders there that still boggles my mind how they're able to do that you know everybody's running away from the shots there running towards them so what's the kind of stuff that our first responders are made made up and we're certainly certainly grateful for them couple lighter stories because we've been kind of deep deep in deep in the heavy stuff so far this morning great story of Berkeley and this happened Romeo's coffee in Berkeley seven Thursday attempted laptop thief yeah I was sitting there on his laptop turned away for a moment guy tried to grab his laptop try to take it out the door the victim dives out of his chair catches the thief by the waist knocking off balance another man sees what's happening gets up gets into it takes the guy down held until police came he work makes it work yeah this is this is pretty cool it's like you know what huh we're not taking this all caught on video I mean all the hard on watching this is great a reflex that guy reacted so fast his laptop getting stolen I got to play football or something that's exactly that was a good tackle this is great but yeah that's just you know talk about a good guy good guy saving the day I love I love that everybody jumped in and helps to that's a harness is great I love I'll put this video at our blog que okay another story that caught my eye and it's funny because sherry he puts together a list of we what she calls nonpolitical stories as the producer of the broadcast since those to me in the morning sherry I can tell you we think an awful lot like because I had three the same store sharing a brain again it is this is crazy okay you'll like this you've heard of therapy dogs people bring their therapy dogs to the airport on airplanes and sometimes their therapy animal is not a dog it's a snake or something like that and well we won't get into that but San Francisco's decided they are going to provide a new kind of therapist to help stressed airport passengers and of course it is very stressful being at the airports having to deal with you know I would what would be the just the day general stress of going through TSA waiting for your flight your flight's delayed cheese is how long is it going to be not enough places to sit San Francisco airport has a perfect therapist Katy you'll love this the therapists have four legs beautiful therefore dogs and the therapy big okay from SF gate flight is delayed security lines long what if during the midst of a soul in March down a moving walkway you met eyes with another not for idiots trying to halt overstuffed carry on but instead of fluffy golden retriever I.
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"Sussman here it's a couple minutes past eight o'clock out of the coast we've been added since five our time during the six to call her that's what I love about this program we really have no idea where we're going during any particular segment because there is no script the format is pretty much whatever is in my brain the place to be my brain's laid out like a ransom note for sure and that I mean it it it makes for entertaining life for me I just never know what I mean I think next but put a microphone in front of me that's open it could make for some interesting radio that was the case this morning me when I find a segment riveting then I know it's a good segue and I was riveted we have some callers it's an open line Friday but we were talking about the lawn musk and we're talk about his girlfriend and with that we start talking about creative minds and all of this kind of stuff and somehow we got into sensory deprivation and sensory deprivation tanks that I didn't even know what a sept sensory deprivation tank was until people started calling me up and explaining and we had what particular caller my gosh they got the guy I thought I was listening to George nori coast to coast episode this is actually interesting he was fascinating and it was not crazy stuff it was the real deal about sensory deprivation sept sensory deprivation used by the Soviets back in the day and then some people started sending me stuff about how our CIA use a sensory deprivation and then another guy called it it's as my wife does sensory deprivation she goes to a taken in San Jose every week wild we'll get to all that just a moment are they actually get a re play one of the calls that's coming up on this hour the program Katie's off mark spending which traffic four spots are by Amtrak family vacation start the moment you leave home wow you're kidding me Amtrak fix expression by the destination with lots of room to play each stretch out watching the scenery roll by you know think about it this way Amtrak is like a sensory deprivation operation center that trade of course stress free you're not driving in traffic book your trip now Amtrak dot com here's mark for the children autobody traffic desk cell phone what a one in sales aircraft in Oakland road no clear whatever was a in the roadway likely water's been cleared as well and so traffic and improving their course the main committee direction on a one on one in the south bay's north bound that will be slow often on your boy wrote all with the shoreline in Mountain View although there's a lot of breaks in there right when you get to shoreline watch out for a fender Bender on the right hand shoulder terraces go north battle what north South Park for CDL just as you come out of Golden Gate park as a crash so it is slow in the park you've also got delays and westbound five eighteen open we've had activity near Coolidge so it's slow from highway thirteen and again heading into San Francisco looks great there's really no toll plaza back up no metering lights at the bay bridge well thank you very much that traffic report brought to you by Chuck chancy gold resort casino imagine the majestic splendor of Yosemite the beauty of the Sierra foothills and world class resort gaming dining.
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"And Brad Sussman with me. Good morning Cass live from moms. Dan, also known as he does studio. That photo soon to be tweeted out at five sixty KF L yesterday. Now, see let me see. So this is Thursday yesterday. I flew into Chicago so Tuesday night during the state of the union. I did not listen to it. I was actually in my car and was driving. I did not see it. I was listening to it. So I didn't get to see all of Nancy's facial movements. Inflections I didn't get to see all of that. And now, I have I just assumed she would keep it. Cool calm and collected. But man, I mean, she was nasty. She was zero a couple of times she was clenching her job. So tight I thought she was going to break a denture. I seriously. It was it was an and then she would you know, she would give him these looks. And literally there were sometimes, you know, having watched it on the internet where she was literally queuing her people went to stand or as the case may be when not to stand right when not to boo. Yeah. Signals condescending that Clapper that applause that she gave him. Yeah. That was weird. Yeah. It was it was real. I mean, she was I was looking at that. And all the sudden Queen comes to mind unthinking. Right. That was wild..