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"thomas klestil" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"This is blood Putin telling one of his dogs to sit. Poten loves dogs. Yeah. It was about half a dozen. His dog the Kremlin labrador Koni arrived in the two thousand until had death in two thousand fourteen she was his favourite pet. She was also a great help to him on the political Rena. Seven he famously allowed Coney into the room where he was meeting German shelter. The Macklin Mackel is afraid of dogs, but Coney was not only use timid eight as a sign of goodwill to have pups were given to random Russians at another two to the late Ostrom, President Thomas Klestil and his wife. That's all. The domes. And again, they were part of Farris political games. Into southern ten jury trip to Bulgaria to sign a gas deal. Put in was presented with a correction sheepdog by the country's prime minister Kubota. Self photographs of Putin cradling the puffiness homes went viral. The also came in handy for the Russian state media that use them to soften in strongman image at a time when Russia was resetting relations with the west. And the populist put in let his people decide the puppies name after a nationwide vote. It was christened Buffy. Over the years. Putin has also been gifted with horses, cheetahs and goats. It's interesting though that he's never had a cat. Russia's most popular pass, at least know, June his time, the Kremlin, maybe thinks that having a cat is weak in this case, it becomes clear why he chose the cat loving Mitchell. Medvedev to be his protege. So let me repeat my question does being Dogana make you better kinda and more just. For monaco. I'm lexie corridor. Alexei Corey low posing the big questions their series on political objects continues all week here on the globalist. Well at twenty six minutes past the hour. We'll continue now with today's newspapers and joined in the studio by I'm in broke, journalist and communications consultant going Simon. We're going to start off with the times of London..
"thomas klestil" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In a salons bathroom while to crash shot and killed his best friend laura wet on the other side of the door i want you to know that i am haunted by the whisper of her last to cry apologize to the victims in court saying he wished he could turn back time last month orange county judge thomas klestil's ruled out the death penalty for decry because of prosecutorial misconduct during the crisis sentencing coastal told victim's families that orange county's criminal justice system had largely failed them for the california your report i'm joe wrecked level in orange county the two democratic lawmakers who have been pushing for reforms to california's bay all system are now looking for a peek behind the curtain and how the bill industry operates kqed's marisa lagos reports assemblyman rabhan too and senator bob hertzberg still think bail punishes people for being poor and they still want to fundamentally change how california decides whether to let people accused of crimes out of jail before their trial but with that legislation on hold until next year there now also looking to learn more about the insurance companies that work with bailbond agents hertzberg says the more he's learned about bail the more questions he has a people being gouged is the government created monopolies creating these crazy prices before we go any further here's a little background when someone in california is arrested and charged with a crime a judge often sets a bail amount they must pay in order to get out of jail if the defendant doesn't have the money they can pay a fee to a bailbond agent who essentially promises the court they'll pay the full bail amount if the defendants gifts out on court those bail agents are backed by insurance companies hertzberg in bonte say they want to know more about those under the radar insurance companies they wrote a bill that would require more over site of both bail agents and charity companies and asked the department of insurance to steady the industry geoff clayton represents the insurance companies he's a lobbyist for the american bail coalition and he says he's baffled by the bell we already do a lot of stuff it's an spill we audit our aging regularly elise annually or required.