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"tenzing" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast
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This week in 1953: Hillary and Tenzing conquer Everest
"Week in nineteen fifty three Edmund Hillary in New Zealand and Tenzing Norgay sherpa from Nepal become the first explorers to reach the summit of Mount Everest which is twenty nine thousand thirty five feet above sea level is the highest point on earth news of their achievement broke around the world on June second the day of Queen Elizabeth the second's coronation Britain's hailed it as a good omen for the country's future
One Small Scoop, One Giant Impact for Mankind
"Have you ever wanted to speak another language. Whether you want to speak Spanish French or German Babbel's ten to fifteen minute lessons can get you speaking confidently and your new language within weeks babble spaced repetition method gradually build your language skills so so you intuitively remember what you've learned. No wonder battle is the number one selling language learning APP in the world. Try BABBLE FOR FREE GO TO BABBLE DOT com or download the APP. That's Babbel B. A. B. L. DOT com or download the BABBLE APP to try for free. This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata. The Apollo missions brought back eight hundred forty two pounds of Rock and soil from the Moon nearly early twenty two hundred different samples but there's one sample that planetary scientists monoxide Wadhwa says is the most interesting of all Apollo one zero zero eight five Neil Armstrong collected it on Apollo Eleven. He was about to step back into the lunar module and. He turned around and just he had this rocks and he saw little spaces and there and he knew that these geologists on earth would be just so excited to study these materials just scooped up. I think nine scoops of soil that he put into the box six and it became one of the most well-studied samples of the Apollo mission she says geologist named John would at the Smithsonian noticed white flex of rock in the soil which he identified as Iraq type called a north of site and include him into the Moon's ancient past and this casinos quite a leap of imagination but he proposed that the whole of the moon had at one time in the past somewhere close to four and a half billion years ago been almost covered with a global magma ocean ocean of lava and so this was a revolutionary idea at the time because people had thought that the moon had formed cold and so it completely changed their idea about how the moon farmed how the terrestrial planets form like the Earth is well. You know really changed a lot about our. Our understanding of planetary science but WADHWA has a second and more personal reason to appreciate this sample. I met my husband because of this rock. My husband is Scott Parazynski. He was with NASA as an astronaut for seventeen seventeen years from nine hundred ninety two two thousand nine and after his retirement from NASA he actually he's a mountaineer as well and he had always aspired to climb Mount Everest Scott's boyhood heroes were Neil Armstrong and the climber Edmund Hillary who made the first confirmed affirmed incentive Everest with his partner tenzing norgay in honor of them he wanted to take a moon rock from Apollo eleven to the top of Everest and to bring back and never some rock at the time Wadhwa was the chair of the NASA committee that grants access to the samples for scientific purposes but this request she says was definitely out of the ordinary and I just remember it because it was a really funny discussion the committee hey what happens if that moon rockfalls Donna Crevasse you know and and not that race Scott would be. Going Down with them with that moon rock of but Scott made it to the top Wadhwa never met him and moved on from the lunar sample committee but then a year or two later she saw a friend suggestion pop up on facebook. You might know Scott Parazynski and I respect took said hey how did your expedition go and did you return the moon rock to NASA and he sent me this note back saying well. Actually I didn't send the Moon Rock back to NASA. I actually sent it to the International Space Station along with an ever summit rock and if you ever happened to be in Houston I would love to meet you and thank you for making that possible and so I happened to meet him and that was that I was that that's how we met and so Neil Armstrong's last minute scoop of moon-dust brought to people together here on earth and upturned our understanding of how the moon and the earth itself got here. There's something in there about one small scoop for A.
"tenzing" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Is the takeaway. I'm Tenzing Vega. And today is the day. The special counsel found no evidence that any American including anyone associated with the Trump campaign conspired or coordinated with the Russian government or the IRA in this illegal skiing, special counsel's report did not find any evidence that members of the Trump campaign or anyone associated with the campaign conspired or perorated with the Russian government in these hacking. Perations especial council found no collusion and they're having a good day. I'm having a good day to it was called, no collusion. No struck the attorney general and peers to be waging media campaign on behalf of President Trump very subject of the investigation at the heart of the mullahs report and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer issued a joint statement is indefensible plan to spin the report have resulted in a crisis of confidence. The attorney general has taken precedent steps to spin Muller's nearly two year investing. We don't go through this process. Just to collect information throw it out to the public. We collect this information. We use that compulsory processed for the purpose of making that decision. And because of the special counsel did not make that decision. We felt the department had to and that was a decision by may the deputy attorney, Jim. More than four.
Mount Everest: Melting glaciers exposing bodies of climbers
"On Mount Everest. The melting glaciers on Everest are now revealing the dead bodies of climbers. And those people had been frozen in ice up there for a long period of time. I wonder if any of the any of them will be able to be thawed and brought back. Thank you bring back one of these climbers from Everest. So the BBC reports that global warming is unlocking the deadly mountains gruesome secrets. Everest has claimed the lives of almost three hundred climbers since the first attempt to conquer the mountain nineteen twenty one. Two thirds of whom are buried in the mountains, ice and snow two-thirds two thirds of those three hundred. Let's see it's three hundred two-thirds. I'm saying that's two hundred people. Okay. I'm thinking on my feet tonight. In nineteen fifty three, sir. Edmund Hillary no relation. Tenzing Norgay became the first climbers to reach Everest's summit. Neither one of them are buried up there. Yet. This article says because of global warming the ice sheets and glaciers are fast melting in the dead bodies that remain buried all. These years are now becoming exposed. This is what a sherpa says that there. The BBC interviewed a government official who had retrieved about ten dead bodies from the mountain in recent years, you said they clearly. He said that clearly more and more of them are
"tenzing" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"To number the investigations the american people say please make it stop investigation number one was into hillary clinton's server investigation number two was the was the investigation into the investigation of hillary clinton's server which is underway by the inspector general at the department of justice mr horowitz a report from him is expected shortly it is alleged to be devastating on the fbi in their handling of their server investigation that's in education number two investigation number three special counsel muller's investigation which began after the firing of director komi when deputy attorney general rosenstein appointed him pursuant to twenty eight usc six hundred point one and following and neo cacho told me about those rags earlier and then investigation number four is underway as of yesterday when rod rosenstein and in response to president trump's tweet stated the i would also look into what surveillance and intrusion into a political campaign occurred vicky tenzing said this morning that is not good that rod rosenstein response is wholly inadequate it is it's false it's it's unfair because an inspector general cannot subpoena sally names specifically but it would go to everyone else involved in what would be if it were if the worst fears of the president were true it would be co intel pro to point out on the other end there's no evidence of that yet there is only the reporting on the informant the agent the agent provocateur i don't know what to call this individual but i don't believe in revealing anything about methods so you're gonna find it for yourself i'm not doing it when neo cacho got to the associate attorney general job or the associate deputy attorney general job his first time in the department of justice he got assigned to the special counsel rags way back when when i arrived there fifteen years before he did my first assignment after i got my compartment information clearances were things that changed how i approach everything when you begin to find out how many bad guys are in the united states and gals in those days they were soviets in east germans and cubans today they're all around and you gotta realize we don't want to compromise methods and sources obviously the.
"tenzing" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams
"To represent the president to be the highest honor and they sincerely regret that they cannot do so they wished the president the best and believe he has excellent representation in tight cobb and jay seculow our nbc news investigative team is reporting tonight that one of the few conflicts could be that web also represents dimitri fertile who's been identified by the justice department as a quote upperechelon associated russian organized crime he also has close ties to paul manafort who's facing several charges filed by muller trump is now down to two attorneys handling the russia case the aforementioned jay seculow and washington lawyer tycom yesterday attorney joe digenova and his wife victoria tenzing reversed course and say they could not represent the president of week after it was announced that they were joining the legal team they cited conflicts as their reason tenzing is representing mark corallo who was the spokesman for mr trump's legal team in twenty seventeen new york times has reported the kerala has told investigators that he was concerned that hope hicks may have been planning to obstruct justice during the drafting of a statement about a meeting between russian lawyer and don jr during the campaign earlier our colleague nicole wallace offered this reporting of her own according to four former senior justice department officials i spoke to over the weekend who are also million with the investigation is that the two clients in question mark corallo and donald trump likely have divergent interests two of these former officials saying that mark corallo maybe a witness against the president another former officials saying quote we know who was empowered to investigate we know why mark carello left that seems to be a conflict.
"tenzing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"When you and i know this is kind of like inside baseball stuff but it's important to note this when you indict someone for murder that includes every lesser including offense so for people say well they should have indicted him for negligent homicide we effectively did do that in a judge gears felt there was evidence that he was reckless or negligent the supreme court has said she must charge that to the jury she found there is no evidence of recklessness she found there's no evidence of negligence raymond tenzing said i intentionally shot him in the head gay that's not reckless that's purposeful that is murder unless it's justified and the only issue in this case this was whether or not the actions of raymond tenzing were justified and the jury's were split in both trials we had some issue with some of their evidentiary rulings uh which were unfortunate but that's the way court the court works but to say that we overcharged boom is absolutely idiotic we charge them exactly when someone says i intentionally sell shot somebody in that's purposeful okay it's very simple it's a purposeful act that is murder unless it's justified period anyway the demand questions yep never get rich let's getting a great show by it michelle what the trial that i tried you know it was tended to for conviction on manslaughter and we had to jurors at just simply would not find a police officer guilty feared i mean look this goes the division in this country is profound i mean look it i mean look at the oj simpson case people were like what not guilty okay this this goes both ways hard and in this case we have jurors who will not vote to convict the police officer and when we indicted tenzing we believe we would be successful or i would not have done it now after two trials and probably a million dollars the best lawyers i could come up with were unsuccessful at conviction i i have come to the conclusion we cannot win trial this case on these facts abbey where where way of ria we've we have prepared a it's called a naali which it dismissed met dismissal of the indictment and we will cooperate with the us attorney's office for potential civil rights violations roadworthy would damage was is horrible it was horrible i just met with them and it was they will be the reaction that.
"tenzing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The motion that you file as the defendant is tolling the statute which means stops well it we're gonna go to jody tres he's he has stepped up to the microphone gin not of my office but it's my decision that he will not be retried a third time i just met with the diverse family and needless to say they're very upset with what the decision was but after discussing this matter with multiple jurors both black and white and they have to a person said that we will never get a conviction in this case i don't like it my opinion of this case is not changed from two years ago tomorrow and it's not going to change however i've unethical duty is prosecuting attorney of this counting if we believe that we cannot be successful a trial we have that duty not to proceed the matter has been referred at the request to the us attorney's office in the southern district of ohio for potential civil rights violations and they they actually called us about it members of my staff met with them about ten days ago and to review the evidence the stamp you'll have you will have the statute 1983 violations civil rights violations federal which would include matters that were not ruled admissible in the last trial concerning racial bias so i'm hopeful that i'm hopeful that the us attorney's office will see fit to proceed in this matter because they can admit evidence that we could not before a couple of points i need to mention um mm we indicted raymond tenzing for murder involuntary manslaughter and.
"tenzing" Discussed on WTVN
"His radio 610 wtvn i'm scott jennings the debt the judy malinowski today means prosecutors will now pursue murder charges against the man the doused with gasoline and set her on fire i have since kaku the primary detective for hannah police department where the crime happened as well as coroner ort and they're going to proceed with it as a homicide franklin county prosecutor ron o'brien says michael slater is serving an eleven year prison term for aggravated arson from the incident from august of 2015 o'brien says a grand jury could be presented with murder charges against him within the next two weeks based on the corners on topsy report has matt crews responded to a mosque near cincinnati today after a disturbing fine w lwt tv reports a white powder was delivered to the islamic center of greater cincinnati a substances apparently accompanied by threatening letter investigation into the discovery continues family of samuel dubos speaking out again following the second mistrial for ray tenzing in his murder trial i'll dubos the sister tarinah alum recalled speaking to her brother days before he was shot and killed sunday exactly a week later hoover bear would have my whole world rural reverse the first trial in the case also ended in a hung jury intensying may be retried these books weren't cook they weren't even kept warm 610 wtvn skin stevens with more on ohio's auditor and his interest in one licking county community beth crocus the former fiscal officer for jersey township a former because the state auditor says she cost the township thousands of dollars by waiting nearly four years to start filing tax return forms with the irs and by never setting the state income tax money with help from township employees the auditor says croke was no rush to post transaction to the township books either taking sometimes as long as nine months after the funds were collected in all the auditor's office claims croke owes close to eighteen thousand dollars.
"tenzing" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"From a you know from a burning down baltimore they burned down anyway so why not know what michael brown is these these are things that the public should be made to understand and the outrages that we don't know so you know know whether it was a it was the third one hundred dollars to say now you've you've got your case go go forth and multiply or more than two million five million dollars but i'll tell you this they they made the comment that they didn't want to tell people bill because they said it could be a threat to the family and yeah so in indian there's even further irony to it because the pound it's being sued ferguson at sixty eight percent black so black people end up paying the bill for the most part anyway of yeah people are upset about why the thing about freddie great low level drug dealer ran like a jack rabbit away from the cops but he as far as i know freddie grade did not assault police are trying to kill a police officer and incense with ray tenzing and samuel dubos the car was rolling ray tenzing donnas life was at risk and fired a gun hung jury sixty six for murder sticks six for manslaughter but michael brown's case it is provable a true that he tried to kill police officer darren wilson is provable that it happened but they still paid the money i don't get it kevin i i don't understand cutting dr michael brown was guilty of trying to kill a cop in and i know.
"tenzing" Discussed on KQED Radio
"That at the parent late with a mistrial the jerry must have founded inconclusive and this is the second time tenzing has been tried on these charges that's corrects the prosecutor said at the time that it was murder that was the only charge that fit and after the first trial came back with a hung jury he decided to go again for the same charges was it a case that jewell out of attention now during this time there was certainly a lot of attention he here in cincinnati and with presume around the the country as well a lot of people in of wondering what might happen because again it was the second time in the same charges and no new evidence that all the same evidence is in the first trial as we mentioned this week we've been talking about the trials of other officers in the midwest each has its unique details i'm a what conclude asians do you have about what we're looking at in terms of juries well i think what it shows us is that you have body camera video but that doesn't mean that you have a conclusive eyewitness to what was their jury see different things experts see different things and body camera videos are blurry they're fast incidents especially like this when just unfold in literal seconds with especially in this case one minute everything seems to be a normal traffic stop and the next thing you know there's a gunshot in a car that's crashing into the wall at the other end of the street and how do you determine what is in those fees seconds and also you know juries are just sort of loath to convict police officers tanna weingartner thank you you're welcome.
"tenzing" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"The driver did not survive the first trial ended a mistrial and late today a second miss trial now declared here's abc's alex for us tonight in ohio jury again deadlocked we are almost evenly split voting toward a final verdict this no those second hung jury in the case against former university of cincinnati police officer ray tensing tenzing was charged with murder in the shooting death of motorists sam to boost back in july of 2015 bodycam video capturing the incident tensing pulling dubos over because his car was missing of fron tag you have to have life at one point tenzing appears to reach into the car and asked to boast to remove his seat belt caretaker repair at moments later firing once killing dubos in court tenzing argued he feared for his life by reached a as far as give with my right hand and fire to shop tenzing is the third law enforcement officer in the last seven days to be tried for shooting a suspect nunn convicted and david johnson attending trout deliberated for thirty hours over five days of that's more than drawers did during his first trial in a statement that devos family calls the mistrial unjust david press tonight alex think we turn extra to president trump and what he's now saying about the special counsel robert muller who is leading the russian investigation and who is looking into any possible obstruction of justice was the president setting a warning shot here's abc's chief white house correspondent jonathan karl.
"tenzing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"About what happened why it happened after watching some testimony this morning from the police use of force expert and the video recreate or if i think rate tenzing's undo at least a pretty good job it would be impossible for me to vote to convict him of anything when you have to act pertz both believable an opposite side of the fence saying on a net one hundred eighty degree different things about the same set of facts how can one find beyond a reasonable doubt that does sample rate tenzing is in fact guilty when experts say who are police officers saying he's not guilty including the mayor investigator this case a sergeant hind so let's continue coming up after two o'clock today will be uh james hirszon from the left coast and more at your home with the reds news radio seven hundred w oldham this is seven hundred w l w what yeah oh quiet number one hannity hi mojo for you proceed with your seriousness we have a person on the celebrity hotline yeah whose answers you're gonna wanna hear okay todd poor tune welcome again to the bill cunningham show todd how are you it a great day today and dr uh all the old last year division rivalry guy back for a night you and i remember the brown we're not enough garvey no hit the ground no you're ever do i wanna i wanna djilas the now about two or three days ago we got a call from your friend wild man walker they're saying that this signed rounding third and heading for home has not been led for several weeks if not months dry passed it every night on my way home so editor rarely lit so i'd call your body the president that donald trump of anti county border county commissioners are your friend and mine todd board tony said by friday at one thirty he'd have an update todd port to tell the american people about that son thank you very much in.
"tenzing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Might go along with it and that's exactly what happened let me ask you this march he did say i believe that pay it subject to renewal do you think that prosecutor will renew that request at at the close of the defense case or do you think that if he does judge gives will again denied well i think strategically they're probably going to look at the rest of the defense case and make another decision whether they should give it a try or not but i doubt the judge gives i would do it now us we see something radically different in the evidence and we already seen the first trial so the of anything radically happening or are pretty low so i i doubt if if only renault alaska at this point but i doubt of judge gives would allow out so oh eddie if you're right and i think you probably are this case is going to go to the jury with murder and voluntary manslaughter again yes let me ask you this a big day tomorrow probably the biggest day of the trial ray tenzing is going to testify what does he have to do what is the defense half the do i guess to make sure that they get three that i think their way ahead on points at this point d think that stu matthews place it safe with ray tenzing or do you think it'll be the same tenor of questioning questions in questioning that we had on the phone i trout how do you think that stu matthews is going to conduct that direct examination well i think hugh matthews will play it safe officer tenzin your exhaust through tenzing did a pretty good job the last time he should proper emotions and recounted things in the logical fashion i think of the stray much without first of all they have the transcript i'm sure right state does from the first trial so he them have room to stray any way and i don't think they're going to be any big.
"tenzing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"June temporal scanner wetterer said policy mostly cloudy skies overnight tonight with a chance of showers and storms your low down to seventy one showers and thunderstorms likely throughout the day on wednesday will see a high near ninety mostly cloudy thursday more rain expected high of eighty eight right now seventy three degrees news is a service of advantage roofing a local man is expected to return home later tonight after spending over a year in a north korean prison however the twenty two year old will need medical attention he's been in a coma for most of his sentence net tearful apology in march of last year now seventy months after outta warm pierre within its to fifteen years apart labor in north korea the twenty two year old is coming home he's been in a coma for more than a year after contracting in case of botulism shortly after his public confession on the early morning of january first 2016 i committed micron of taking out the important political slogan from the staff only area of the doctor international hotel warm here was reportedly given a sleeping pill and never woke up greenpeace fighter newsradio settled hundred whl w testimony continued today the retrial a former you see police officer ray tenzing video expert took the stand saying that the police bodycam video captured the day that samuel dubose was killed showed that the car dubose was in had barely moved when tenzing fired the fatal shot tenzing it said that he was being dragged that he he feared for his life a couple from it nor would is accused of ordering fencing ten all from china and then mailing it to dozens of locations in the united states james help it a grace bosworth now facing federal charges.
"tenzing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Is the police officers around you through your the yusuf police offers were instructed to enforce the law round and do it vigorously because there was a high crime area and students were being mugged or whatever they were the fact i it on a marriage john only on tuesday or wednesday and he pointed out that there was a collaborative agreement between you see and cincinnati police through city council the city manager about seven eight years ago when rocks and calls who's the mayor that you see came cincinnati and said we want our cops to vigorously enforce traffic and other laws in and around campus in order to has a pretext to find drugs and guns because we have a rash of street robberies in breakins in we want our cops to go off campus and cincinnati the city is cincinnati on rocks in kuala said go do it now will be great and then every day at rollcall tenzing and others were told a uc look be aggressive go off campus find these drug dealers take care of them and so rate tenzing was told to put himself in that situation because his employer told him to go and in that situation and then he found himself and that's a joy malaysian and less than three seconds he goes from a happy healthy 24yearold enforcing the law do indicted for murder within three seconds and and that was brought out in the opening statement absolutely and i'll tell you know when i sat on the bench um we received every judge on on on the common pleas please french received a letter from santa who note of president of you see on met with him later on and that was the gist of his water the letter said we want to court were of we have victims students are victims over here were powered of basically and we want to cork to come down hard on them inaugural matter of fact i met with sampdoria you know and and told him i'd be happy to be weary song between him and the court if you have any questions so you're saying president ohno who had great presence in our community roy said to you as the senior judge an eminent county crackdown on these knuckleheads try any any center every common cui he's not says you awkward gene oh.
"tenzing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"When he shot the fatal shot the oneshot buddy fell to the pavement after he shot at may because the car or the reaction and so this is the key point if if break tenzing reasonably believed his life was in danger legally he as the justification to shoot i think so i got a specially afoot jury but will use bodo jury is gonna have worked out perry bill have it back in the jury room i'm sure the looked at it many many times back in the jury room while they're deliberating on they're going to have to make dr shamma could difficult on woods flipped the other side of the coin what was what was possibly the most the motive what was the motive a cage shen what what was the reason that ray tenzing would have to kill sam devos what what was the reason it that there is no res what what was his motive and that's a very good question what was giving the motive i i don't know what the motive would have been the motive would have been what do a steal money from them to jealousy was it raged were they in a fight what if if a wasn't what rate tenzing and i have having heard this argument is due matthews he if the if break tenzing did not shoot believing his life was in jeopardy why did he do it that's right what what is the my next great question what is the motive and uh i'm sure when i'm sure without jury goes back and deliberate and they're going to be watching for doctoring the trial what would the reason for because you've made other traffic stop and they want rather routinely map that won't get under the evidence of st matthews talked about the news opening statement uh the you know there were a couple of other traffic stop and nothing happened they were routine in fact judge shanahan and now judge leslie gives will permit the other two traffic stops.
"tenzing" Discussed on WTVN
"Man accused trafficking teenagers for sex the ohio attorney general's office's mci a price was selling sir mrs of a 15yearold columbus girl anna 17yearold toledo girl online last year prices indicted in franklin county on racketeering and a host of prostitutionrelated charges opening statements given this morning in the retrial of ray tenzing the former university of cincinnati police officer accused of killing an unarmed man during a traffic stop jurists today also saw so the bodycam footage from the day tenzing shot samuel dibos from july two thousand fifteen tenzing's first trial ended in a hung jury reforms to the ohio bureau of workers compensation are at the heart of a new bill that will soon be introduced safety audits in wage replacement benefits are two things which would be overhauled under a bill being introduced state representative michael hannity he had beaten a republican it's very important work gets the proper care as soon as possible nothing reduces the claim better than getting quick appropriate care henny presenting his ideas at the state house he's also recommending renaming the bureau workers com to the ohio office of employees safety and rehabilitation any says that more accurately reflects what the bureau does jarrett alley newsradio 610 wtvn i'm scott jennings your abc six first warning weather forecasts coming up in sixty seconds hey there it's joel riley remodeling anything at the house can be so stressful that's why we my wife and i decided to do our bathroom it took us a little time but we swallowed hard and met with the team at simple bath in my gosh today deliver i mean they said they would do it in two days and in two days it was done they gave me a price and that was the price no subcontractors just genuine.
"tenzing" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Thousand or seven out the new eighteen de all a get your remarks to whether or not you are the american jury whether or not in fact ray tenzing can get a fair trial this is not about sam devos getting a fair trial all parties like to say that but it's not the mechanism of our criminal justice system victims are not the parties to this particular litigation sam dubos if he was alive would be a witness and now those who watched what happened or participated in directly or indirectly see what happens are going to testify about what happened at the scene this is a matter the state of ohio verses right tenzing in the rate tenzing committed crimes beyond a reasonable doubt can each element of murder and voluntary manslaughter be proven beyond reasonable doubt my good friend and yours joe dealers who is out on a limb onus when as saying yes his vast experience the most the experienced prosecutor in history helmet county said it's murder and i know from having him on the air with me he's firmly convinced this is a murder based about as long history i tell my good friend he is wrong it is hard to tell friends when they're wrong and when they're out on a limb joe dealers my friend is wrong and i've told him such let's continue five one three seven four nine seven thousand we have dan i and many others and dan give me a full report that you're you talk to you god bless you and god bless america i why am i now dan i drive drive through adams county irate speed anyway right are you on our yet a burke route there you are the javer going to argue either all member would sharlto robin meyer nacchio eight by you know this morning i said to a friend of mine the four black jurors can never vote not guilty had continue to live their lives in the black community and i'm the three black jurors and the nine white jurors you're never gonna get nine white jurors nine an unidentified nine to say guilty as charged i don't see i see another hung jury yeah exactly waiting on priority probably aren't robbed over there they are and what a outer on your ari it will probably try again and after sharing now at some point you gonna say enough is enough you know would you agree with me that in all probability dan.