18 Burst results for "Tate Labianca"
"tate labianca" Discussed on WSB-AM
"More of the best of the Sean Hannity show. Coming up the new Sean Hannity's show Talking about what's right for America, whether renewed commitment to keep you up to date on the breaking news stories. Alright news Roundup. Information overload our 809 for once, Sean told for a telephone numbers. Now there's been some pushback. And and they've had to revisit Joe Biden. She's done a hell of a job. Even I think it was Caitlin Collins. Uh, fake news? CNN said. Really? Hell of a job. Seriously, Joe, you sure about that? And then Joe. Actually, I wasn't saying about this thing about the sexual harassment I was, and she said, No, you didn't. She was right. Joe is wrong. Then you had circle back. That's her job circle back Jen Psaki, trying to clarify his comments that Andrew Cuomo did a hell of a job. Her saying, Well, you you can't separate personal behavior from other work and and then sake, tweets at POTUS responded to a specific question today about New York Governor Cuomo. And his work on infrastructure. He also made it clear it was right for him to step down, reiterated his support for women that come forward and made clear that you can separate personal behavior from other work. Oh, does that mean we can now? Talk to Lucy Flores and terror read, uh and others that have said they felt that Joe's creepy too. I'm just wondering. Here's what Biden had said. How would you assess is 10.5 years as governor of the state. It turns his personal behavior or what he's done as a governor, but he's done a hell of a job. He's got a hell of a job, and I mean both on everything from Access to voting to infrastructure, the whole range of things. That's why it's so sad. Can you really say that? He has done quote relevant to all that he is accused of sexually harassing. Look, You asked him question. The question is, Did he do a good job in infrastructure? That was the question He did. How did you do as a governor? No, The question was correct Me if I'm wrong. How was he? As a governor general? Generally, obviously outside of his personal behavior outside of his personal behavior, Okay, Can you separate the tubes? No, I'm not. And I was asked a specific question. Alright here it weigh in on this other issues. We have Derek Connor, host Derek Connor podcast, author of the book Outrage. Uh, and it's about how liberal mob ruin science internal is, um, that's pretty obvious, by the way. Carol Roth back with us. Also entrepreneur host of her own podcast, the Roth effect author of the War on small business. Lot of news on the economy. We want to get into with Carol today. Derek. What's your reaction to Joe's Walk back? He did a hell of a job. Thanks for having me Sean. It's It's hilarious. It's like saying, you know, Charlie Manson ran a really tight commune. And it was a really wonderful place if you just look past the Tate LaBianca murders. Yeah, you know, I wish in a certain analogies. People come up with it. I'm like, damn, why didn't I think of that? That's you know, it really didn't do a hell of a job either. Just to be blunt, but putting that aside. Um And I thought Look, I even thought gave props to Caitlin Collins for following up saying Excuse me. What did you say? Uh, not to give CNN. She's probably going to have some awkward moments around the water cooler for the next couple of days because she dared accidentally but still do some random journalism and it's not allowed over at CNN at random Journalism a rare moment of objectivity. Okay, uh, not bad, either. Carol, your tick..
"tate labianca" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"To this podcast killers vault. I am fascinated by this and hearing you. Read the words of John Wayne Gacey or be a voice to Charles Manson or the Son of Sam or the Night Stalker is going to be fascinating in and of itself. We appreciate your time this morning. Oh, thank you so much, And you guys have a great day We will a new podcast Killers vault voiced by actor Eric Roberts, leaving in that voice when he's talking Well, that was what it's saying. It's like you almost don't want to be remembered for being the voice of the killers was going to say, I think there is something really interesting there and and and again, you know, I Get back to this. That I I acknowledge that it's a little bit weird to be fascinated by serial killers. Well, I think we're all fascinated. It's how much interest you take in a row of books. I've seen every documentary. Where is at some point I It's too much for me at some point when I you know, delve into some of these. You know Syria killers I can't even take anymore. So along those lines, I'm reading Helter skelter right now. Okay? About the Manson family and the Tate LaBianca murders, etcetera. And There are reading the book. I'm not just reading. Reading. The book I have to, like, Okay, let's take a break. Yeah, but I'm like, Wow, that is, uh, that is graphic. That is evil. That is that is scary. I would tell you that that I have in the past when I've either been reading about serial killers or watching a documentary or something, or a movie about him and and I've gone and and check to see if the front door so I didn't live it. Yeah, a minute. I'm like, Let me just double check just saying, Okay, Good. We're all right. We're already there. Wow, thanks a lot to, uh, actor Eric Roberts again. The new podcast called Killers Vault. With never before seen heard, Uh Correspondence. Yeah, with some of the world's fan me with some of the world's most notorious serial killers and diving more into their into their background. Absolutely fascinating. So yesterday We had a bit of a debate. And the debate was, Can you Can you drink consumed caffeine at night? This caffeine keep you up, or does it have no effect? I'm still not clear where we are, and I'll tell you why that's coming up. Next on a 90. W L s. It's the Bruce ST James Show right here on 8 90. W.
"tate labianca" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Stolen car pursuit across state lines, but the rest of them, including all the ones that when he left killing for Manson None of them had any any criminal history except for getting picked up for drug charges. That kind of thing possession. It's amazing that he had this kind of influence on these people to do the heinous crimes that they did. Yeah. Yeah, well, that's kind of the mystery of the whole story. I think that it's why people are still interested in all these years later, when you look at this little kind of unwashed hippie, and you know, he didn't call himself a hippie, he hated hippies. But he looked for all intents and purposes like a happy hey, had somehow learned how to gain control of these people to the point where he could actually get them to kill complete strangers on command just by telling them to do it and they wouldn't question They would do without hesitation, and they have no remorse. After the fax Tex Watson, who's still in jail for life, he's you know, prison down there in San Diego. Didn't he also kill some passer by who came by some some younger kid? Well, that's never been proven. Yeah, there's a couple suspected suspected murders he or others in the family had committed but the only ones that the family was ever convicted for where the five people in the Tate House to La Bianca's And then ranch hand named Donald Chase Shorty Shea. One. Now that Manson ever directly kill anybody that you know off, Hey, participated in the murder of Shorty Shea, which occurred about Ah, week or two weeks after the Tate LaBianca murders. He and about three other men in the family stabbed and beat Shorty to death. He wasn't at the Tate House the night night of the murders when they occurred. And at the La Bianca hey, went into the house tied up. The couple left them went out to the car where the rest of his followers were and told them to go in and Kill everybody, and, uh, like they had the night before. We're going to take calls next hour with Tom O'Neil. As we chat with him about his book Chaos, Charles Manson, the CIA and the secret History of the sixties were going to get into some of his theories. Apparently of what the prosecutor Vincent the Bugliosi, I Did right and did wrong, And there's a lot of things he may have done wrong in the Tom points that out in his book, chaos, and when we come back in a moment several years ago, I played in audition tape that Charlie Manson did you know you We wanted to be a musician. He was obsessed with it. And nobody liked his work. Well, you're going to hear why, but we're gonna play a part of that audition when we come back. And as we chat with Tom O'Neil about the chaos when we come back, Get daily Show updates.
"tate labianca" Discussed on KGO 810
"Decades 40 years since the Sharon Tate LaBianca murders now, Leslie van Hulten. Old Charlie Manson Garbage dump. Oh, garbage. Garbage from Manson's greatest hits. Uh, has now been recommended for parole by the California Ah! Whatever is bored of parole hearings. Cappuccino. Thanks for the fourth time that they said that Ah, Manhattan should be paroled, but ah, Governor Choo Choo Jerry Brown twice. And ah California governor, Batman Newsome. Denied her parole once before, as well. There's a 120 day review process. And, ah, the process itself could be challenged in court. Newsome did like a release before as let me see, Newsome's press secretary, Vicky Waters said. As with any parole should've suitability recommendation. Where I can read good. When the case reaches the governor's office, it will be carefully reviewed on its merits that how it is now 70 Oh, man. All those workers were in 69. I was thinking they were in the seventies. But how does 70 serving a life sentence for helping man's in another's kill? Los Angeles grocer Lino LaBianca, his wife, Rosemary. In August 1969. Manhattan was 19. When she and other cult members stabbed La Bianca. Was the day after Sharon Tate was murdered along with four others, but how it was not part of those killings, however. So The attorney for Manhattan, says that The the hearing went really well. And the attorney expects Newsome to reverse the parole board's decision again and keeper behind bars but adds the courts will have a harder time denying it writ than they did in the past. Yeah, well, whatever. She is. I'm gonna guess he's not getting out. So just throw that out there probably not getting out. She's in the last 50 years in almost 50 years in prison, and I don't think that Gavin Newsom is Looking for any attention. Around this by letting a Manson follower out. Yeah, I think we're talking about a political nightmare. Yeah, When you got the the name Manson next year case, it makes it pretty tough. You're not going anywhere. No. You know, he just go. I'm dealing with covert. Don't want to deal with crazy, so probably not going to deal with the circus around letting a Manson follower out of prison. 50 years in prison. You imagine? No, I cannot. But I also can't imagine taking somebody's somebody else's life either. So I guess kind of comes with the territory. Look at local news. Paul standing by now It's Chris Maryland for Pat Thurston kgo. Geo News update. We're having some problems with our network connection, so we will tell you what's happening in California..
Cults Daily: "The Manson Family" Charles Manson
"Hi I'm Vanessa. Richardson and this is colts. Podcast original this is the fourteenth episode in our Daily Series on the strange prophecies made by different cults and their leaders throughout this month. Were taking a daily look at the myriad of apocalyptic predictions to try and uncover. What makes these revelations so appealing? I'm here with my co host. Greg Paulson everyone today. We're examining Charles. Manson a failed musician turned cult leader. Who CLAIMED TO BE JESUS CHRIST HIMSELF? He called his followers. The family in promise that they'd rule the post apocalyptic world after a massive race for destroyed civilization in the nineteen sixties. Charles Manson was an aspiring musician living in Los Angeles but unlike other music Aficionados Manson didn't just love pop for its beats and lyrics. Rock and roll hits spoke to him literally. Manson reportedly believe that songs like the Beatles skelter contained hidden references to a coming race war. Although the tune is actually about a whirling amusement park ride Manson took it to mean that a war between people and white people would destabilise American society. The fight would culminate in a vicious slaughter. According Manson black people would kill every white person in the United States except for him and his followers. Who would ride out the combat in an underground bunker? At the end of the battle Manson's cult called the family would emerge and rule over the survivors. Atlantic says all this sounds. Manson was a master manipulator. The family fully believed as claims about the coming war as well as his assertions that he was. Jesus Christ unquestioningly. They prepared for the prophesied apocalypse. Manson insisted that the fighting would break out any day. But by the summer of nineteen sixty nine there was still no race war in America hoping to get things moving. He ordered his followers to murder. The white residents of one zero zero five zero Cielo drive. They did so just after midnight on August ninth then dressed the crime scene to make it look like the militant black. Panthers had committed the homicide the next night he ordered his followers to kill Lino and Rosemary Labianca a couple living on waverly drive after the murders Manson pocketed rosemary's wallet hoping to Lebed in a predominantly black Los Angeles neighborhood and point suspicion toward the People. Who lived there but the police weren't fooled. They were aware of the family and rated Manson's compound numerous times for thefts by winter. They've made the connection between the Doomsday. Cult and the spate of Los Angeles killings in December Manson and several followers were arrested and tried for the Tate Labianca killings on January twenty fifth nineteen seventy-one Charles. Manson was found
"tate labianca" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Sixty eight there were all kinds of inner power struggles and they thought thought that they correctly thought that they had been infiltrated. And they suspect and they some of them killed other panthers because they thought they were informants But they also had a rivalry with different groups like in Los Angeles the US slaves which was a militant group and the coin. Tell pro operatives Would let the US sleighs think they were about to be attacked by the panthers and vice versa. And then there'd be a shootout and when Cohen traveled was exposed in the seventies and resulted more hearings investigations. They admitted to being responsible for instigating. I think twenty or thirty killings By THEIR OPERATIVES CHAOS. On the other hand there's minimal records of casts. All we knew was that existed from sixty seven probably till Helms left the CIA in seventy three and that their objective was. We knew that they were doing surveillance. And we knew that they were doing wire-tapping and infiltrating groups but as far as beyond that you can't they can't even name chaos agent. Nobody's ever been exposed because everything was destroyed when Helms left the record so these groups were trying to incite violence. Now we get to the motive of of of the official narrative of the Manson Murder. The Tate Labianca murders which is what the prosecutor events bouillaud see presented a trial. Which was the famous helter. Skelter motive in a nutshell Manson believed that There was going to be a race war and he wanted to incite this race war because he had convinced his followers that through messages he received from the Beatles white album from their lyrics from biblical Old Testament prophecies that He had been told that he was going to be the savior of the world. And once a race war started he would hide his family in a bottomless pit. And the desert and when the race war ended with the blacks winning the plaques will be framed for for murders They would the Manson family would emerge and repopulate the planet with their perfect offspring dominate. The blacks This was Vince. Bugliosi's well heritage or th. There was talk of that. There was a philosophy of helter skelter at the spahn ranch where where they lived in sixty eight and sixty nine that Manson would discuss but whether or not it was the motive for the murders. Is I raise serious questions about that. Book mansard would discuss it in that way that they were going to be a race war and that they would merge and then their offspring yeah except for the fact that What's question so the way I was able to convict? Manson Maxim wasn't at the tate house when the murders happened he had in the official story dispatched Susan Atkins Patricia Krenwinkel? Leslie Kosei Bian and Tex Watson to the House the former House of Terry Melcher. They didn't know who lived there but just to kill everybody and has Manson allegedly said leave. Something witchy he wanted it to look like plaques had killed these all he was they were wealthy beautiful whites and he wanted to ignite the race war because of the panthers got blamed for these motors than the police will crack down to them. They'd revolt the revolution. What happened it would be? It would spread across the whole world and then when it was over and the blacks had prevail. They were too dumb. Manson believed to be able to run the world. That's when he will come out with his followers of their whole in the desert and take over the planet now bully. Oc said in interviews. That I didn't have until after he and I stopped speaking which was when he started threatening me with lawsuits and other things in the about two thousand and six seven I discovered two or three interviews. He gave in the early seventies where he was asked if he believed that. Manson really believed this craziness and Bluesy said. I don't think Charlie believed in it. He got his followers to but he never believed in that he was too smart. He was a con man. What the interviewers did ask him in the follow up was well if he didn't believe it. Why did he send his followers to kill these people? The first night at the Tate House the second night in Los Villas you know upper middle class. Couple OF BIANCA's. Then what was the motive? And that's one of my biggest regrets that I slipped and they were kind of obscure woman a penthouse interview. The other was a regional newspaper. But then I didn't have them. I thought I had done all the research. I thought I read every interview he'd ever given but I didn't habit hand to say all right. I get that because I don't think Manson believed it either. Then what was the motive for the motors? Why were they sent there to kill? And that's what the book explores So do you think bully? Osi was operating with the knowledge that Manson was a part of these programs. Oh that's the big question. Yeah again I laid out in the books I interview. He was the first not the first. But one of the first interviews. I did when I was a magazine. Assignment he invited me to his house. In Pasadena So it was April of of ninety nine. We spent literally six hours together. He was so kind and generous with his time. I thought I scored. I had the prosecutor hadn't given interviews that he always gave interviews about this but he hadn't for a number of years he agreed to do it for whatever reason and join the course of that interview. you know. We arrived at his house and into his kitchen. His wife gave me a tie in cookies with coffee and lemonade. Then he and. I went out to lunch and the Bali somewhere. He showed me some of the sites connected to the murders. Then we went back to the House and talk till sunset and towards the end of the six hours. I did realize that. Even though he was talking nonstop and I'm recording everything he hadn't given me anything new or different. I mean I just finished helter skelter. I read it for the first time. I'd never been interested in the case till I got the assignment so I did what we call the Hail Mary Pass in journalism. Which is you ask someone. If there's anything they could tell you off the record for attribution that will help them to get something fresh because I was still searching for an angle is the first month of reporting and then. Kinda thought a minute. Let's turn it off. Turn it off so I turned off the recorder. And he did I could tell he was debating but then he told me something which. I'm not sure if I don't think I reveal until the last chapter is off the record with relationships. Pretty shocking in the larger PIC picture. It doesn't change anything really but it showed me that. He has a very different account of something very important in the narrative And I took that away and I thought wow I'm going to say I I I. It's it was off the record in two thousand and five when I interviewed for the second time and all things went to hell and he started threatening me and with lawsuits and writing letters to my publisher trying to get them to stop the book. He wrote about what he told me. And he claimed that I had dragged it out of him and embellished and all this but once he put that in the letter the lawyers that the publisher said well. It's not on the record anymore because these documents will all be in a civil trial when he suzhou which she said was about to do not off the record. I mean Yeah. They said now. It's on the rack right. I mean here's violated his agreement with you so what he told me was that Famously an audio or videotape was taken from the State House by the police. Excuse me the first day after the murders. They found that hidden up. In a loft videotaping videotaping videotaping was relatively new at that point. Not a lot of people had cameras but Roman Polanski did and helter-skelter. Vince says in the book that the police took the tape. Viewed it and it was just sharing and Rome and making love and returned to the Law Roman was in London at the time of the murders. He came back immediately and then about a week later he went up to the House and one of the first things he did was he went up to the loft and he never even knew that they took it. Allegedly that that's a story found it and took it. Vince told me originally off the record that the tape wasn't of Roman and Charon making love it was Sharon being forced to have sex with two men against her wishes and he said Rahman was one who was making it because you could hear him in the background You know if you read the pool you've read those chapters Wilmington a lot about stuff to shine. Yeah he see my terrible person his pretty bad. But what do you when you hear what he did. The reason why I can never come back to the country. Go well okay makes sense. It makes sense surprising. A Monster Yeah. I mean it's really good at making movies. Yeah yeah which. We're not going to say anymore. Because the last one he made which is supposed to be one of his. They're not going to release in the United States. But once I had that that's kind of the first rabbit hole. I went down because I'm like well if this was different in the official narrative what else might they have changed so vincent? I were talking on the phone about every week for two months. He was so accessible. So I'd be interviewing people and one of the first things that I found was the perjury's by Terry Melcher on the stand. I found I got access to two separate files and found that Melcher Doris Day. Son Record producer. Young boy wonder who lived in the House with those girlfriend candy. Bergen on Ceelo up until January. First of sixty nine then moved to Malibu and Roman and Sharon moved into the house in February Melchior. Was the part of the motive for why the house was picked and again. This is getting into the weeds. But it's hard to talk about any of this. Without this exposition Manson sent his followers up there to instill fear in Melchor by killing all the occupants of his former house who were strangers to them. I don't believe that that's the official narrative but Melcher testified at the grand jury and then the trial that he had three fleeting encounters with Manson one at beach boys drummer. Dennis Wilson's To there I think and then one there and then to when he went to the Spahn ranch in April and May of sixty nine to listen to them play music with the possible possibility of recording them and he didn't think they were talented enough and told trolley that in so many words and then again. This is the official narrative That's what Manson kind of spiral in one crazy. Because he'd been rejected by Terry Melcher so he decided it was time for helter skelter the race war and again a lot of these things. Don't add up when you step back. Why didn't he kill Terry Melcher at the House and Malibu because he knew where he had moved to? Why did you just go to this other place and kill strangers? Maybe hurry wouldn't connect at all that the bottom line was Terry on the stand and all the official accounts of this case of which there are many not just helter skelter but lots of books. His relationship with Manson ended in May of sixty nine. He said he never saw again. When the murders happened is former house it never occurred to him. It had anything to do with him with Manson. Did it. I stopped believing that a month or two len and then I found these documents showing that Melcher actually had gone to see Manson twice at the spahn ranch after the murders and then once all the way out of phthalate where they had the Barker ranch where they were hiding when they were finally captured in the fall of sixty nine.
"tate labianca" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast
"Thing about that I. I can show that last if we're if I have any kind of voice in this judge judge which is reminiscences. It's just an extra these exhibition episode. This is Richard. Kills me at the end of this beats down Apollo creed the corner. And he's standing over me and everyone's when's booing him. This was forty some episodes ago but It this episode. We're last episode was vanity projects in one of those that Richard shows that I forget whether it made the list or not was a Paul McCartney Vanity entity project and it got us into some discussion of The Beatles and whatnot but our episode one fifty six Shitty things about the Beatles. We don't necessarily position ourselves as skewering sacred cows or anything like that. But we're not edgy. uh-huh not but This is one of the ones that we had on we have. I have a spreadsheet and this was at some point relegated down to do we really want to just be. Yeah I think it was too negative category. Initially when we I started recording four years ago. Yeah we're like Oh we record an episode but felt bad. Yeah and it was like things. We hate about sports and we'd never released it probably drunk. I think there was also a drinking. 'cause we were young was drinking like whiskey. And there's just like this is sounds bad feels really negative. And let's put out negative. You know flash forward episode one fifty six more like these beetles these fun size these liverpudlians fuck you guys. It's like all four of you. Do you think about the Beatles. One of them the tate labianca murders like like helter skelter force them to that was one of my what. Yeah maybe maybe that. Maybe don't these people are still alive. Yeah that's on Eupol or if you know w vague about to say you. Why don't you go? Hey hippies go kill some famous movies to our people's liberty hairstyle turned into an rem.
"tate labianca" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"But you you might be intimidating them the Irishman rocket man in once upon a time in Hollywood, which I read was supposed to be a can. But is not even done yet, the Tarantino movie and that if I'm not mistaken is about the Sharon Tate labianca murders. Right. And I am that's the one on the most like that. Just even that that's an up. You know, the fact that that's what it is. And it's Quentin Tarantino who tends to put quote marks around things and make it, you know. Ironic revisionist. And it's like, you know, what don't do that. I just I you know, he he might stick the landing. God love them. You know, I really hope he does. But I am so skeptical, but I just I think that's such an unsavory event to kind of make a pop pastiche around. I will see, you know, I got an open mind and rocket man is about Elton John. Yep. That's going to be God after that bohemian rhapsody. You know went through the roof. I think they're all scrambling to make these boomer nostalgia music movies. So brace yourself in employ Elton, John. It's the economy after. Yeah. Terron Edgerton and he's been good. Kingsman? He was in most Hugh Jackman any the eagle. He was his Eddie the eagle. Legend the one I saw legend. Oh is he one of the boyfriends? Yes. He was he was one of the boyfriends. Okay. Okay. I'm excited for that. Don't journal being it, right? There has to be a cameo of Elton. John will. He'll be playing Mike Myers as the record. Second of it. A little bit meta. But yeah, I think I'll L jump was in the last Kingsman movie Edgerton. It was a great sort of camping. Yeah. It was very very excited about the Irishman..
"tate labianca" Discussed on KGO 810
"ABC legal analyst. Rather than my pushing my agenda here, I've got a bunch of calls. I wanna get to how about that. Absolutely. Let's do it. This is Marie. Go ahead. Marie. Hi, Dr drew. You know, this is reminiscent of the Tate labianca murders told Manson was convicted of actually got the death penalty. Even though it was. He received life in prison for instructing his followers to commit these murders. While he himself was not directly their present. And he didn't participate in these murders. I now, of course, we know that he was responsible for other murders that he couldn't be convicted of, but he was given life in fact, the death penalty. So I just wanted to I kind of compare it. It's interesting, right. That is a fascinating really good point. It's very thoughtful because it goes to the heart of what we're talking about. Namely, when is speech criminalized now in of course, Charles Manson situation, he's like L shop or any other monster when he tells a an underlying go kill somebody. And then they commit the murder then under the law Charles Manson was eligible for and as you point out dot the death penalty. He was saved through death row because of changes in the law, but the difference, of course, here is when this woman says to the guy. Why you know, you really ought to kill yourself. He's doing it. She didn't actually do any physical act to kill him. She didn't direct somebody else for text to a friend is really what got her convicted texts said his death is my fault. Like, honestly, I could have stopped him. I was on the phone with him. And he got out of the car because it was working and he got scared, and I freaking told him to get back in. So she really convicted herself. But as I say, that's a terrific point. You you make about Manson because sometimes it isn't what you do. It's what you say that leads to somebody's death that was her consciousness of guilt. I guess Mark. Go ahead. Yes. Hi, good afternoon. K GIO quickly commenting on the previous caller. I would just like to say that. I think the Charles Manson comparison is a little bit extreme in this case. But my main concern regarding the issue at hand is just a matter of legal precedent. You know, I'm not a lawyer, and I'm coming into the details of this case late, but just listening to what you guys have details does far it does seem that the precedent that this could set would be would be of concern. Absolutely. And especially considering a while. No one would be privy to the intimate details regarding this couple's relationship. I mean, lots of things get said in the heat of passion and a relationship and regarding an argument in your to speak of this man's mental health history. Right. But it does seem it does seem that obviously in without taking away from the tragic notes, and that terribly sad aspects of the case. The the president factor would be a concerning thing for me. And that's all I have to say, thank you. Thank you, Mark. Go ahead. Oh, yeah. The presidential aspect is interesting. The good news is because it was just a trial court decision by the judge out of juvenile court and now upheld by an appellate level. It's not precedential in the sense. It's not binding on anybody else. It's a very interested could be persuasive. But how often are you going to see these kind of cases the this is so unusual? I mean, this young man had previously tried to commit suicide the young woman had been planning to treat seek treatment for an eating disorder. So there are all sorts of issues going on there. You know, I was earlier bloviating Dr drew and leeann about the jury I believe since she was in the juvenile Justice system. They in Massachusetts wouldn't have a jury. So it's probably one of the judge did it and actually she only got two and a half years, and she's it'd be eligible for parole in fifteen months and she's been free pending appeal. So the system has an exactly bender Coney and against her right George last question. Hi, this falls under both the psychological and legal aspects of your profession. Do you foresee a day that this case will be cited by an attorney whose client who is engaged in a violent sex act with somebody that that individual is paid turns around and sues that individual for injuring. That kind of thing may already be underway. Happen. But go ahead, Royal. Yeah. And because it isn't binding I it can't govern other cases. But you're right. It could be cited creative lawyers could look at other contexts where you have violence where you have the sexual encounters. This is so high profile that sure I can see this might influence the thinking of other judges and some juries hearing in a bizarre cases, it's specifically he's saying it's somebody that was paid to do a violent act who then get sued for having done the violet Arison. Pay the the sued for having engaged in the violent act kinda kinda interesting. There. One day be a a fly ability waiver form probably already has. I bet there is. I mean, we're we're at that point of this country, whereas liability for date us for dating people coming into your house. I mean come on now. Yeah. You know, I it. The problem is when does bullying turn into a homicide when one could away for be effective. Just the other day you basement talking about this poor lady was killed by the foul. Ball Dodger Stadium here. It says in the fine print on the back of her ticket while you get by foul ball don't bother to sue us. That's not really going to help. The dodgers people aren't really gonna want to enforce that kind of thing. Well, thank you so much where can people find you? It's Royal oaks dot com. Appreciate it. All right. We'll talk to you soon. She'll let her Royal oaks ABC legal analyst our phone number is eight hundred two two five two two two. That's the entry. I am. Dr. Drew this midday live. Dr drew midday.
"tate labianca" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Zero one five seven twenty AM. Jay, don. Welcome back. It is the Vegas tape. It is few trolling Shapiro today. A J D will be backed Mr. sharp would be back tomorrow. I kind of like that music makes me wanna dance a little bit. Do you know what your bumper music? He's really good though. I kind of liked that. It was good. I liked it. I enjoyed it. Anyway. Some requests I put in requests requests will be like fifty years old music. Uplands? Okay. But. Plant. You're Elvis Presley or the big Bopper. I'm just not in the mood for that today. This is so funny watching the state of the union because I've watched a little bit of it. Now, we go to break got half, the people half, the, you know, the people in the room, the Republicans standing up and clapping, and then we got the entire other half just sitting in their seats. It's so childish, do we see how dumb politics are today? Here's what's Tom is sitting down. When Trump talks about the great economy. We have right now. And how great things are going with the economy and. People on the left sit there over there. What? I'm gonna go back, and I'm going to watch this. I don't know if that's the case. I'm sure that there are certain things that he has said in his speech that are very unifying that both both parties would stand up. I'm just trying to have them on the run while we're not here for that. We're we're we're talking about here. If you want to talk about that issue Rani said, we've defeated ISIS. That's what he said. And then we have our intelligence and people coming out saying, well, no that's not true. We will never defeat terrorists tell that the climate. That's what I'm saying. Well, also. Never defeat terrorism. President of the United States not to say stupid things. Okay. Thank you. The isis. Urging? Call them the juniors. JV? I'm not gonna defend that comment either. I want any president Republican or democrat to say things that are factual. And the president doesn't do that. That is just simply put he just doesn't do that. Anyway, we're talk we're talking about the state of the union address, which is concluding year. Just a few minutes. We were talking about Trayvon Martin. He would have been twenty four years old. And it's scary. How time flies by that was just a tragic situation. And now, this is a really this is a story that bothersome to me apparently a court has ruled that Jerry Sandusky should be resentenced after turning down his appeal. This is this is this is a bizarre story. This is a little bit weird patently. He lost a bid for a new trial, but a Pennsylvania appeals court ordering him to be resentenced for forty five count child molestation conviction. So now Sandusky is going to be back in a courtroom. I would imagine some of his victims will be in that courtroom as well. Having to relive this sort of thing this guy. How does this guy not have life in prison with no chance of parole? Why are we even doing this? Okay. The. I should get the electric as far as concerned even had the electric chair anymore. I don't even know. But I mean, this guy's should should just be off the face the planet of the earth. If somebody. You know, I'm gonna get criticism for saying this, but I'm just going to say if somebody assaulted Sandusky, and he lost his life behind bars. I wouldn't feel bad for the guy at all. I wouldn't have the guy is just a piece of garbage Shaun interview with the guy who killed Jeffrey Dahmer imprisoned Jeffrey Dahmer. Yes. That kept some of his victims remains in his fridge for later consumption. Okay. So the Jeffrey Dahmer this tallies. I can put it anywhere that guy with the guy who killed him. And he was he was killed in prison with a broomstick placed in up in a position that broomsticks normally don't go, but it was very forcefully put their and anyway, he says I was afraid for my life. I didn't want to go to sleep in that prison because he he might come and try to kill me and consume me because that's what he did with his victims. And so he said I took him out. And it was a guy that had a life term. And I think the prison guards look the other way was like listen Whitey Bolger to West Virginia with a prison with the other mob killer is and they'll take him out. Okay. So that none of nobody nobody that wants truth Justice and minds that sort of stuff happening in in those center, you are you okay with lethal injection? Are you are you, okay? With the death death penalty for cyber I'm okay with the death penalty. And so am I. You know, I think, you know, the arguments made that you know, if you spend the rest of your life in jail, it cost the taxpayers a lot more money than if you just put him to death. I don't want Tex winter down in Texas. Where was he at who who committed the Tate labianca murders in the under the I don't want him procreating? He's had he's had four kids. Okay. This guy has had four kids while he has been in prison in Texas. Okay. Okay. Let's maybe maybe you're gonna disagree on this one. Now, if you if you premeditated murder, I'm talking about if you kill somebody intentionally maybe it's let's just say, Chris watts for example, the bastard who killed his two young daughters and his wife, that's an extreme case. How is that person? Not put to death. Please explain that to me in those instances, we have to set an example. And I know some people are not I for neither the ultra religious people. But, you know, somebody kills your daughter or your son. Let's see if you feel the same way. I'm sorry. You know, what do you say to someone that is out? You know, committing a robbery, you know, I remember there was a. A friend of of the due to lost his life at a local lease discount liquor. I was actually a friend with his girl fall. Okay. The shooting. Don. You know, I was doing a show another station at that time this poor kid who was just try. He had a couple of different jobs just trying to make a living and get by. He actually saved the life of a pregnant woman that was working that night. And these bastards walk in there and this one guy unloads his weapon and shoots this kid four or five times in eventually, he just bled to death in surgery, and it was horribly lost his life and terrible. I, you know, I had his girlfriend on my show, and it's just a horrible situation. Anyway. All three of those people that were involved, including the person who pulled the trigger did as far as I know did not get the death penalty. And I'm thinking myself if you rob try to rob somebody and you kill somebody in that process. Some of these people are only getting twenty twenty five years, and I'm thinking to myself. It's unbelievable. You know, driving under the influence is a very different deal because it's not like it's premeditated. Right. It's involuntary manslaughter. There is there is there is grades are as you know, you can go from different degrees. But my my one of my wife's good friends was killed by Ted Bundy. Okay. So have you seen Debra? Can't from bountiful Utah went to high school. If you watch the Ted, by the way, if you haven't seen a Netflix. I'm three episodes into it now and seeing it and in episode two on Netflix was the the story in Utah where he was able to where he tried to tried to kill one gal in Murray, Utah just south of Salt Lake went up to bountiful and kill Debra Kent after she was at a play with my wife that night to the my wife to be of course. Anyway, so blessed Florida for taking bless Florida for taking out Ted Bundy, finally he escaped twice from Colorado. Wife's will Colorado prisons crazy later later to kill more in Florida and his number was up to they say as high as thirty six I think they can do they can put twenty from Washington from Utah from Colorado to Florida. No there has you have to have a place and a way to execute. Of course sane people like that you have to. So it's so, but there's a lot of the there are a lot of Republicans that are for the death penalty. But then you get a lot of people that are the ultra religious Republicans like the Mike Pence's of the world that are against the death penalty, you won't get there. That's of handful. You get more on the left that against that penalty. Well, look, they're more on the left saying, we're going to live in a society where I if you rape somebody which is just a horrific crime that that you get castrated or if you rob somebody you're gonna lose your arm. There are some countries that still do that sort of thing. I'm not saying that all I'm simply saying is, you know, and I brought up the DUI because in this day and age if you don't have any prior convictions, and you kill somebody under the influence. You might only get five years. There are some cases where to me that is unbelievably ridiculous. And when you get out of jail, you can reapply to get your driver's license. Doesn't sing opinions about my opinion about DUI Zor are this? And I think it's a little stiffer than maybe most people might think. But from Jerry Sandusky, the DUI, I know, right? Ron Terminator two. I mean, I think if you get a DUI. And you don't hurt anybody. I think you should automatically lose your license for at least a year. I think if it's the second time offense, and I'm talking about not hurting anybody you should lose your license for five years. And then after five years if you prove that, you know, you're you're stand out of trouble. Then you can get it back. If you get a DUI for a third time, you should never be able to drive a vehicle again for the rest of your life, because you are a screw up that that's just my opinion, if you injure somebody in any way, shape or form, and it is under the influence of alcohol in my personal opinion. You should never be allowed to drive again. You had your chance driving is not something that you just get. Okay. Driving is something that you earn. Okay. It's just because you're alive. Doesn't mean. Oh, I get a driver's license. Now. It's a privilege in this state now gets murkier when you when you pot, okay. When you have legal marijuana that people can use and now it is illegal to drive under the influence of pot. It's illegal to drive under the influence of Laura tavern, Oxycontin. Okay. It's illegal to drive under the influence any extremely substance. That is going to cloud you at. But now we live in a time where okay, the, Jessica Williams. This goes back. Ninety the early nineties when when she was driving from Las Vegas and killed five. People injured many more out of the roadway when she or her car veered off the road. Thought at the time at an immediate thought was she was high on pod. She said she had smoked some pot earlier that day while she was still high. That's that was a debate. She's still imprisoned for that. She will be in prison. I think for the rest of her life for that. If if I'm not mistaken. So we've had cases where that is. Now, it's it's it's it's getting murkier now folks on where where we go with this getting behind the wheel under the influence, and it's frightening. I mean to me. You know, I don't have addictions when it comes to alcohol or smoking marijuana. Thank god. But to me, it's pretty simple. If you're going to get into a car, don't drink car don't be high. I mean to me it's or have somebody with you. If you know, you're going to go out and have a great time or are going to get high or drink have somebody with you that you trust that, you know, can get you home or in this day and age Uber so cheap. There's the plan. Trying to make is there's no excuses anymore. Too, many means and very inexpensive means to get home safely. And I have no I don't feel bad for that woman. Killed a bunch of people. I don't feel bad for it off. She spends the rest for life in prison. Too bad. She's still eating three meals a day, not not a great life to live. But what about those people? She killed what about their families? I don't want that woman to be out there. She might do it again. And even if she doesn't do it again. I'm not sure she deserves that second chance. I I really don't marijuana a little bit different than alcohol. I think alcohol far more dangerous. That's just my opinion. You get into a car you could have two or three beers. Or as a woman, you can have one glass of wine, and you could be over the legal limit it. Everybody's body is different. Everybody's you need to know what your limitations are number one Utah's considering changing the law down. I think point five. Six point five or point zero six state of the union this that's going down to that. I think in Nevada it's point zero eight is typically that's the national about right now for blood alcohol content but Utah's considering going down even lower. So just a word of warning..
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"Going on here. You talk talk evolved Israeli seven hundred ninety KABC. Real raw and uncensored. No one knows Intel's about the celeb- lifelike. Dax Holt is Hollywood pipeline website, take a deep dive in Hollywood unlike ever before. Now hear the stories behind the images. Download and subscribe to the Hollywood pipeline podcast right now at KABC dot com slash HP. And I tunes. Well, if there's anything that pisses you off travelers it's trying to get on a plane or trying to get on a bus or a train or whatever. And to have the whole thing held up because of one passenger. I remember I was in San Francisco one time I was trying to get to the airport. I was on a city bus mistake number one, which I've never made again. And there was a fight that broke out between two other passengers on the bus and the bus driver pulls the bus over calls. The police the two people that were fighting get off the bus and go. Their separate ways. But the bus driver refuses to continue to drive until the cops get there because I guess that's policy. And so we missed our flight, and it was a real pain in the ass. Well, this apparently also happens on occasion on airplanes and Bethany Frankel if you're familiar with her. She's one of the real housewives was a passenger that wanted a plane to be held up and the service to be altered because one of her allergies. Listen to this Bethany Frankel has another fishy encounter this time at thirty five thousand feet weeks after surviving a near fatal allergic reaction to fish, the real housewives of New York star realized that bass was being served aboard flight she took on Thursday. Quote, called airline malt. X what that is to say. I have a fish allergy got on. And they were serving bash. She tweeted, they could not serve it. They said they were turning around which I protested because it would delay people the cabin asked to not serve it and pilot made announcement to plane that was fun hashtag, epi life. It's unclear which airline Frankel was flying. But the reality TV star said, they know who they are Frankel Ben cited a recent story about Brooklyn boy who died suddenly after suffering a possible allergic reaction to the smell of cooking fish. So they literally turn this plane around and had the land because she was potentially having an allergic reaction to a meal they were serving in first class. And she's pissed at the airline because she called the airline beforehand and didn't want them to serve the food. She didn't want them to serve the meal that they had on that particular flight, which was fish. So instead of just sticking around and taking a later flight. We're fish wasn't on the menu. She wanted people who paid a ton of money for first class tickets to not get their meal because she's allergic to it. And then turns around on Twitter and lights up the airline saying it's their fault because they didn't not serve the dinner, and then causes all the people on the plane to miss their connecting flights or miss whatever event that they were flying till because the plane had to turn around and she's trying to play the part of the victim. God, I hate flying. It's three thirty. Let's take a look at all the latest headlines. KABC news, live and local. It's three thirty. I'm Liz Warner during a press conference today. The president said they would continue to negotiate on border wall funding, but he appeared resolute and unwavering on his mandate. He was asked about circumventing the process entirely accessing funds to build a wall without congressional approval by declaring it a national emergency act. If necessary we can call a national emergency because of the security of our country. Absolutely. Now, we can do it. I haven't done it. I may do it. I may do it. But we could call a national emergency and build it very quickly. And it's another way of doing it. But if we can do it through a negotiated process. We're giving that a shot. A man is lucky to be alive after driving his SUV off the third floor of a parking structure in north Hollywood. LA fire department spokesman Brian Humphry says the crash happened around eleven o'clock last night onto Hunga avenue near Chandler boulevard. Firefighters responded very quickly to the scene to discover a full size sport utility vehicle, but apparently left the third floor of a multi story parking structure crushing wall and lending upside down the street below amazingly missing any passing pedestrians or vehicles despite falling from the third floor. The man survived with serious but non-life threatening injuries. The driver told police something got stuck and made him accelerate and launched through the parking structure, James Rowe, Haas KABC news, a fund created for the victims of the borderline bar and grill shooting is bringing in more than two million dollars. The Kanawha valley. Victims fund was created after twelve people were killed during the November shooting in Thousand Oaks, the Ventura County community foundation announced yesterday that thousands of donors have given about two and a half million dollars the star. Reports that each of the victims families have been given twenty thousand dollars and five hundred dollars was given to each of the about one hundred forty people who were at the bar at the time of the shooting, a California parole board has recommended parole for a former follower of the late cult leader. Charles Manson, convicted of what many believe is the first so called Manson family murder helter skelter, that's what Matt's and call the chaos that would ensue if the murders of actress, Sharon Tate, Lena, and Rosemary labianca and others would be pinned on African Americans. The first murder, however on July twenty six nine hundred sixty nine two weeks before the Tate labianca slayings was at the head of Manson follower. Bobby Beausoleil who stabbed a musician. Gary hinman at the behest of Manson because Inman reportedly would not give them back money for some bad drugs lay told the BBC years ago that none of the so called family members really knew what they. Individual in spite of the recommendation, incoming governor Gavin Newsom could still block the parole..
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"Not getting crowned the president says it could come down to this weekend. And that's correspondent, ABBIE. Fill reporting. The government shutdown is being fell. At some of the nation's airports, hundreds of TSA officers who are required to work without paychecks, the partial government shutdown I've called out from work this week from at least four major airports, the mass call outs could inevitably mean air travel is less secure CNN side, a two sources who are federal officials describing the accounts as protests of the paycheck delay and the state parole board recommended parole for a former follower of late cult leader. Charles Manson, convicted of what many believe is the first so called Manson family murder helter skelter, that's what Matt's and call the chaos that would ensue if the murders of actress, Sharon Tate, Leno, and Rosemary labianca and others would be pinned on African Americans. The first murder, however on July twenty six nine hundred sixty nine two weeks before the Tate labianca slayings was at the head of Manson follower. Bobby who stabbed musician? Gary hinman at the behest of medicine because him and reportedly would not give them back money for some bad drugs. Booze lay told the BBC years ago that none of the so called family members really knew what they trusted. In spite of the recommendation, incoming governor Gavin Newsom could still block the parole. Jim Roope, Los Angeles report. Sponsored by Lowe's pros in the know start with Lowe's to save on supplies. They need most from the brands. They trust to help. Get the job done on time and on budget. Visit at Lowes for pros dot com for details. I'm Nikki medoro. Back to Dr dre on K G L. It has been derived. Let's go to our friend. Jim Roope case in his correspondent and Westwood One. News correspondent where we're going to talk a little bit about Charles Manson follower..
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"I'm Wednesday in the video you can hear him pleading for help as the driver of the Honda that hit him and a passenger get back inside the car and drive away. Our which may have been stolen was found abandoned nearby Oakland police spokeswoman Jonna Watson says they are asking for the public's help. Any piece of information may help you may have witnessed it. You may have taken photos Watson says they are confident they'll find the two involved in the incident. The teen is in critical condition. This morning officers say it's looking more likely that murder is not the cause of death of a woman whose body was found in a landfill. In Livermore, the body of Twenty-three-year-old Carina Bonte of Hayward was found on New Year's Eve. The Alameda County sheriff's department used her fingerprints to identifier. They are awaiting results of toxicology tests. In the meantime, they're asking for your help and piecing together the last days of her life. They say she struggled with addiction and homelessness. She was from Hayward. These state parole board has recommended parole for a former follower of the late cult leader. Charles Manson, convicted of what many believe is the first so-called Manson family murderer helter skelter, that's what Manson called the chaos that would ensue if the murders. Of actress, Sharon Tate, Leno, and Rosemary labianca and others would be pinned on African Americans. The first murder, however on July twenty six nine hundred sixty nine two weeks before the Tate labianca slayings was at the hand of mass and follower. Bobby Beausoleil who stabbed musician. Gary hinman at the behest of Manson because Inman reportedly would not give them back money for some bad drugs. Booze told the BBC years ago that none of the so called family members really knew what they were doing. In spite of the recommendation, incoming governor Gavin Newsom could still block the parole. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. President Donald Trump will meet with congressional leaders later this morning to try and find some solution to the two week old partial government shutdown. Bob Costantini, says the fire remains over whether the president gets money for a border wall. E news briefing room statement surrounded by border patrol union. Officials the president suggesting he senses the American people want him to hold out. I have never had so much support as I have in the last week over my stands for border security for border control, and for frankly, the wall or the barrier, Mr. Trump took no questions. So there was no explanation of what he meant regarding supports democratic leaders who don't want to allocate money specifically for a wool will meet with the president here late this morning in negotiating session. Joined by GOP leaders to Bob Costantini, the message and data rates may apply. Individual results may vary. See website for details. But.
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"Redesigned smallest place. This is nine seventy WFAN. In Texas city, Texas outside Galveston police. Find three young children murdered when they rag on the scene. They found a five year old a two year old and an infant dead. They also found a woman had suffered from gunshot wound to the head. That's a reporter Lindsey Henry of FOX twenty six in. Houston says the woman is hospitalized at twenty seven year old man has surrendered to police the call him a person of interest if they know a motive for the shooting police seven sheriff yet a seventh person has died from a fiery crash on a Florida highway yesterday to large trucks, a car and a van tangled. And I seventy five north of Gainesville that accident sparked a fire fed by fifty gallons of diesel fuel. Police say they're treating the crash as a possible homicide, a California parole board has recommended release for one of Charles Manson's followers. Robert Beausoleil has been jailed since one thousand nine hundred seventy for the murder of musician. Gary hinman Beausoleil was not involved in the more notorious Tate labianca killings, California's incoming governor Gavin Newsom could block the parole board's record. In addition, a whopper of a lawsuit against Burger King because a regular customer says the restaurant wouldn't let him have it his way after fifty old Curtis broader ended up. Locked inside a dirty smelly restroom for an hour. The manager offered him free meals. I trouble with no specific timetable. It was all good for nearly two weeks until the district manager ended the arrangement now Brunner suing demanding Burger King. He restores free meals are paying for the cost of one free meal a week for life, his attorney, calculates that would cost the fast food giant a little over nine thousand dollars burner says it's an honor issue. His lawyer says may seem like Seinfeld episode, but a deal's a deal. Tom reghati? Fox News was a huge upset in women's college basketball, number eight Baylor knocking off unbeaten uconn, sixty eight to fifty seven it's the first time the lady huskies have lost in one hundred twenty six regular season games.
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"So good a FOX nation dot com today and sign up now for FOX nation opinion done right now red bear when someone watches the news they want someone they can trust our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged, Shannon. Bream what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is develops through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's midnight were there news channel, real news. Real honest opinion. Texas city, Texas outside Galveston police. Find three young children murdered when they arrived on the scene. They found a five year old a two year old and an infant dead. They also found a woman had suffered from a gunshot wound to the head. That's a reporter Lindsey Henry of FOX twenty six in. Houston says the woman is hospitalized at twenty seven year old man has surrendered to police the call him a person of interest if they know a motive for the shooting police seven sheriff yet a seventh person has died from a fiery crash on a Florida highway yesterday to large trucks car and a van tangled on I seventy five north of Gainesville that accident sparked a fire fed by fifty gallons of diesel fuel. Police say they're treating the crash as a possible homicide, a California parole board has recommended release for one of Charles Manson's followers. Robert beau Soleil has been jailed since nineteen seventy for the murder of musician. Gary hinman Beausoleil was not involved in the more notorious Tate labianca killings, California's incoming governor Gavin Newsom could block the parole board's recommendation. Oh Walker of a lawsuit against Burger King because a regular customer says the restaurant wouldn't let him have it his way after fifty old Curtis. Bruder ended up. Locked inside a dirty smelly restroom for an hour. The manager offered him free meals. I trouble with no specific timetable. It was all good for nearly two weeks until the district manager ended the arrangement. Now Brunner is suing demanding Burger King. Either restores free meals are paying for the cost of one free meal a week for life, his attorney, calculates that would cost the fast food giant a little over nine thousand dollars burner says it's an honor issue. As lawyer says me seemed like a Seinfeld episode, but a deal is a deal. Tom reghati? Fox News was a huge upset in women's college basketball, number eight Baylor knocking off unbeaten uconn, sixty eight to fifty seven it's the first time the lady huskies have lost in one hundred twenty six regular season games. Winning.
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"They want someone they can trust. Our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in breathe. What I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's for AM midnight were there box news channel, real news. Real honest opinion. Texas city, Texas outside Galveston police. Find three young children murdered when they arrived on the scene. They found a five year old a two year old and an infant dead. They also found a woman had suffered from a gunshot wound to the head. That's a reporter Lindsey Henry of FOX twenty six in. Houston says the woman is hospitalized. A twenty seven year old man who surrendered to police the call him a person of interest if they know a motive for the shooting police seven shared it yet. A seventh person has died from a fiery crash on a Florida highway yesterday to large trucks car and a van tangled on I seventy five north of Gainesville that accident sparked a fire fed by fifty gallons of diesel fuel. Police say they're treating the crash as a possible homicide, California parole board has recommended release for one of Charles Manson's followers. Robert Beausoleil has been jailed since nineteen seventy for the murder of musician. Gary hinman Beausoleil was not involved in the more notorious Tate labianca killings, California's incoming governor Gavin Newsom could block the parole board's recommendation. A whopper of a lawsuit against Burger King because a regular customer says the restaurant wouldn't let him have it his way after fifty old Curtis. Broder ended up. Locked inside a dirty smelly restroom for an hour. The manager offered him free meals. I trouble with no specific timetable. It was all good for nearly two weeks until the district manager ended the arrangement now Brunner's suing demanding Burger King. He the restores free meals are paying for the cost of one free meal a week for life, his attorney, calculates that would cost the fast food giant a little over nine thousand dollars burners says it's an honor issue as lawyer says may seem like a Seinfeld episode, but a deal is a deal. Tom reghati, Fox News with a huge upset in women's college basketball, number eight Baylor knocking off unbeaten uconn, sixty eight to fifty seven the first time the lady huskies have lost in one hundred twenty six regular season games. Winning.
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"Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's midnight over there. Fox News channel real news. Real honest opinion. Chicago's most powerful politicians facing possible jail. Time alderman, Ed Burke appearing in court Thursday afternoon, charged with attempted extortion for allegedly conveying to exacts a fast food restaurant that they'd get permits to remodel only if they signed on as clients of his private law firm Burke city hall offices were raided in November the savvy seventy five year old democrat faces up to twenty years in prison. He's been on the Chicago city council for fifty years chairing the finance committee for three decades Burke has been viewed as untouchable by many residents while nearly three dozen city council members have been convicted since the nineteen seventies. He was released on ten thousand dollar unsecured bond. Must also surrender his passport and guns. He allegedly at twenty three in his office. Even though he has publicly anti RA proposing many gun control measures, Kevin battle, Fox News, California, parole board has recommended the release of one of Charles Manson's followers. Robert Beausoleil has been jailed since nineteen seventy for the murder of musician. Gary hinman Bosa. I was not involved in the more notorious Tate labianca killings, California's incoming governor Gavin Newsom could block the parole recommendation the band, many considered to be the father of low cost air travel has died. Herb Kelleher the partner felt itself. Wester lines in nineteen seventy with low fares. A no frills.
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"The bear was watch the news. They want someone they can trust. Our job is to cut through the talking points. Martha McCallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged in what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's four AM midnight for their news channel, real news. Real honest opinion. One of Chicago's most powerful politicians facing possible jail. Time alderman, Ed Burke appearing in court Thursday afternoon, charged with attempted extortion for allegedly conveying to exacts executive a fast food restaurant that they'd get permits to remodel only if they signed on as clients of his private law firm Burke city hall offices were raided in November the savvy seventy five year old democrat faces up to twenty years in prison. He's been on the Chicago city council for fifty years chairing the finance committee for three decades Burke has been viewed as untouchable by many residents while nearly three dozen city council members have been convicted since the nineteen seventies. He was released on a ten thousand dollar unsecured bond. Must also surrender his passport and guns. He allegedly at twenty three in his office. Even though he has publicly anti NRA proposing many gun control measures, Kevin battle, Fox News, California, parole board has recommended the release of one of Charles Manson's followers. Robert Beausoleil has been jailed since nineteen seventy for the murder of musician. Gary hinman Bhosle. I was not involved in the more notorious Tate labianca killings, California's incoming governor Gavin Newsom could block the parole recommendation. The man many consider to be the father of low-cost air travel has died. Herb Kelleher the partner. Founded Southwest Airlines nineteen seventy with low fares. The no frills southwest says Kelleher died Thursday at the age of eighty seven wintry weather in Oklahoma. And Texas we have where storm warning throughout most of southwestern and western Oklahoma and parts of west North Texas has meteorologist Elliot his wink of the national weather service that storm has left at least four people dead among them, a sixty three year old woman who died when she lost control of her pickup on a slippery road and was struck by a tractor trailer. It's been a huge upset in women's college basketball, number eight Baylor beating Yukon sixty eight Fifty-seven, it's the first time the lady huskies have lost in one hundred twenty six regular season games on Jack..