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"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Hey it's nicole sampler. Today is memorial day. It's a holiday. So i'm actually taking the day off but we have a great timely show for you anyway today. We're going to go back to october. Seventeenth two thousand fourteen. Yeah the nation was worried about ebola. Believe it or not we have a parody song dealing with plus the famed prosecutor vincent bugliosi. Charles manson helter skelter thing had written a book. The prosecution of george w bush for murder. I thought could be more appropriate on this memorial day. Then going back. And listening to vincent bugliosi on the subject of made was more. So let's get in the way back machine october. Seventeenth two thousand fourteen. And the coal sampler show here. We go pardon soon Below own back. Wealth graphic mitchell offensive discretion advised. Nicole sandler sits down to do her show. She's the producer booking the guests pulling the audio planning. Y'all the controls troubleshooting any problems phone to sound following the guest. She's the webmaster posting the podcast maintaining the website her mentioned the host doing guest explaining the issues getting opinions and calling up the bed guys and you get a call. Sadler show healer not dot com. Right.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on TV's Top 5
"New to. This guy is I don't know. But he I think after after the second season like you renegotiate the contract. And then he's like sign up for more or whatever so hopefully. Everybody loves it. Now the story with this project, and also with your documentary wolf pack before this was the you kind of quote. Unquote discovered the subjects during your own personal kind of navigation of New York City, being sort of a person who finds her stories out in the world. What have the last four months been like for you and your creative process? It's been wonderful. It's so nice. The first the first two months of sane in the house was. Amazing. Let me tell you. I, have been on the road and like going going going for five years straight since the Wolfpack came out, so it was, it was really nice to be able to just. Settle Relax really just You know was doing some writing on a new project that I'm doing I was doing some watercolors. I was doing dancing. I adopted a cat. Lots of things happening every year. You mentioned too that you're much more interested in scripted after having done betty but. Beyond this this world, have you thought about an an overall deal or developing other projects with HBO? sure why not? Are the things that you're working on. I have. A script that I'm writing with my father about his time working in a mental hospital in the seventies. I have another script. That would be great for series. That I think that I would eventually pitch HBO actually randomly pitched to Francesco Lake five years ago. She loved it. Let's see if we can pick back up with that, but that's like something that kind of. Gives them more time for that story and learning so much and I'm just the type of person that's like I kind of just go with what's happening at that moment, and then I have these like bigger ideas. Yeah, there's those. I'm potentially doing this other pilot. With, eight, twenty four, and this really wonderful. Writer and Just. Doing stuff. I'm doing a documentary on a robot. Her name is Sophia. During that was show time. Tell us a tiny bit more about that robot. Her name is Sophia and she. Got, famous. Because Saudi Arabia gave her citizenship, but it's not actually it's an honorary citizenship. And that created quite A. Stir The world. Doctors found her, and then I I contacted the guy who made her, and she's like this incredible humanoid robot that I've been documenting. This man David Hanson and his process of Megan is robot for the last two years so. That's another thing I'm doing with my co director John Caz the. And so I will never forget about documentaries I I. Love I love. Filming People's lives and character-driven stories my thing. Have, you been able to hear any stories about additional attention to the original feature to the skate kitchen feature, which has been on Hulu. The whole time has kinda. Let you know. Oh, by the way there's been this little spike of interest in the past couple of months as a result of this. Yes I, mean they let me know, but I see I see people talk about it a lot and twitter because. I'm always checking to see what people are saying about our show. And they they love yeah. I think every is confused because they're like wink, but is it. Is it before after? And I'm like same world. Same People Difference Different Story Also like the movie came out and quite. Like several different countries in Europe recently at the same time as the TV shows, that's cool. They helped each other out a little bit. Excellent well. We always do like to close these interviews with the same question. What have you been watching and enjoying? I just watched. This, movie called black. Cat White Cat. REKHA. Just yes, but have you nothing. Have you been watching any TV over the quarantine? Yes, I watched. That showed devs I watch. I know this much is true. Tore me apart. I mean in total honesty and more of a movie person. But I like I like stuff I like watching things like I would never make personally like I'm not into short comedy. Things at all like I'm not. A lot of A lot of these like short comedy shows I like it's brilliant. Watch it and then I can only get through like one episode, and then I'm like I. WanNa Watch some beans series and. Scientific. Yeah. Excellent well. Thank you so much for joining us on the podcast we appreciate it crystal. Thanks Crystal Congratulations. Betty is available to watch in its entirety on HBO on demand or HBO Max. Number. As usual we wrap things up with the critics corner among this week's new launches are why no URP makes, which makes its long awaited return to Sifi after escaping cancellation, because the producers of the show ran out of money, the final season of room one. Oh, four launches on HBO, Netflix Spouse last chance you and epochs has its Greg. Berlanti produced miniseries. Helter skelter Dan slim pickings this week. Once you got it's. I don't know if it's slim pickings so much as it's. You know it's already for you, pickens, so if you are a fan of Winona Urp, and definitely there are those fans out there for you I personally have. Somewhat stalled out towards the end of the first season, which means absolutely nothing negatively about show. It's just the nature of the beast similarly the final season of Ramona for I. Really liked the first season of room one four and haven't had the chance to watch any subsequently, which is again because there's too much TV. the new season of last chance you, which will be the fifth football season is also going to be the last allegedly football season, and after two seasons focusing on abusive coach Jason. Brown the new season moves to lane college in two, and it's a very different type of season. It's still fantastic to me. This is one of the most reliably consistently well produced documentary series is on television and the new season really is is very good it it does smart things involving differentiating between what the laney program does versus the first couple of seasons. It does interesting work focusing on Oakland as a location and some of the stories of the players are really terrific as well so that one is a big plus, and you know if you like that show, though you probably already watch it, and as for helter skelter. If you're in the mood for a six hour documentary series about Charles, Manson, that's probably a self selecting audience as well. It's a fairly solid series. It has some problems it's it only has a limited number of talking heads. Subjects from quote, unquote the family which has to do with some of them, being in prison, some of them being dead, and some of them not wanting to do talking head segments documentary, but that's a limitation. It also. Can't quite commit to whether or not it wants to be. An adaptation of Vincent Bugliosi is book or to Debunk Vincent Bugliosi's book of the same name, and so it doesn't quite land there and it has. Strange Bouts of redundancy that bothered me here and there, but in general it's still very very watchable and you know it will. It will freak you out and disturb you in the ways that a Charles Manson miniseries is probably supposed to so. Yeah you know you. You probably heard the list of the shows premiering in the next few days, and you know which shows for you, so that's the best I can do for more of Dan's weekly recommendations. Be Sure to subscribe to T. HR's now see this newsletter that feels like a good place to wrap things up. Thank you for listening.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on KGO 810
"Worse than Trump is to listen to Peter Navarro, who is that creep that comes out and says it. China invented this virus. He made this crap up. They invented this virus, the Chinese government to attack American capitalism. And then he said, Dr Fountains. I'm reading a business insider article. Dr. Fauci has a good bedside manner with the public. But he has been wrong about everything I've ever interacted with him on. How would you know? You're an idiot? You don't know anything. Really tell me something that you understand about virology or pandemic diseases. Peter Anything. Anything. Come on. Here's what Navarro. You know why so upset? He's been lobbying against foul She with the FDA trying to get Hydroxycut or Quinn on unproven krone virus treatment. That Navarro and Trump had touted. I guarantee you there's money somewhere hidden in the background that these guys would have made. That's one thing that is this about the other, of course, is Trump What's the economy to pick up? He didn't care how many people die. If you want your kids back in school, he wants the athletes back on the field. And he wants the economy to come back because he knows that's the on ly chance he has of getting reelected. He's getting killed now in some of these swing states. He's five points behind in Texas in Texas. He's behind in Florida. Some polls have him one point ahead abiding in Florida, but I've seen others most. I'm having like down by 4 to 6. Yeah, I don't know. I don't know what to say. There's good Oakland. Talk to Randy. Randy on kgo Chip Franklin. So is this too little too late for California? Or for some say too much too soon. What do you think? You know, I was telling your killing a screener. Where are the Vincent Bugliosi's of this time? Is Vincent still still active, Or is it is law company Because it is, it is absolutely undeniable that if America had followed Other countries model when they were when they were as bad or worse than we were at a certain point with the disease and the amount of death and everything. If we follow that same model, we could have saved thousands and thousands of lives right is Where is that law company? That law firm that is willing to take on Fox News for one Fox News, Spreading this information and just wrong lives with a lot of 45. Now it might be tough to 2 to 45 but I think you could easily do hen ity and Carlson and Inga Ham and jobs. All of those people that were spreading all this false information on DH,.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Food for evidence Joe if well there's he would be the first one that died by presenting it go Betsy is Saddam on our update Steve seminars and other issues and I'm like that was the moment of the year right right there and then and then I keep saying Steve Steve I got two minutes I'm on the air with you know I am not very good about that to one of our souls I'm waiting for the yellow tape to go up general knowledge and so I'm feeling better ice of what can you do radio let's do it he walks in and sits right in his chair and is brilliant for like twelve minutes every employee Bailey defending OJ Simpson he didn't do not then vannatter add this vial of blood going around just handed blow yeah that's right I've never seen a more so the book it's going to be on a low case and no one against OJ how did you ever we had dinner with Vincent Bugliosi yeah we were at the may seventh Mason at any he tried the Manson trials and stuff and he wrote a books in the five reasons why they lost and I said to amuse you missed the two biggest reason number one they move the case from Brentwood to downtown LA aside from Kenwood to inner city yeah number two they didn't see the death penalty and you didn't does qualify the jury so that's I mean it's with a law that power lost it it was goofy well I am definitely Bailey explain to me how the blood of Ron Goldman.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Food for evidence Joe if well there's he would be the first one that died by presenting it go update city is Saddam on our update Steve seminars and other issues and I'm like that was the moment of the year right right there and then and then I keep saying Steve Steve I got two minutes someone there we go you know I am very good about that two more minutes of Marshall some wait for the yellow tape to go up general knowledge and so I'm feeling better ice of what can you do radio let's do it he walks and sits right in his chair and is brilliant for like twelve minutes every employee Bailey defending OJ Simpson he didn't do not then vannatter add this vial of blood going around his hand to blow yeah that's right I've never seen a more so the book it's going to be on a low case and the one against OJ how did you ever we had dinner with Vincent Bugliosi yeah we were at the mesa Mason at any he tried the Manson trials and stuff and he wrote a books in the five reasons why they lost the OJ trial and I said to amuse you missed the two biggest reason number one they move the case from Brentwood to downtown LA aside from Kenwood to inner city yeah number two they didn't see the death penalty and you didn't does qualify the jury so that's I mean that's what a lot about how they lost it it was goofy well I am definitely Bailey explain to me how the blood of Ron Goldman.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Like medicine Raspberry chariot horrible cherry do not describe. Check I disagree. I like Jerry Flavor thing I grant and Cherry grape is the weirdest flavor they synthesize it. And it's weird and it's just like a gripe right now I still have an after taste in my mouth cherry and grape very medicine. He was wanted workout. Look the rally is as you wanted to taste good. So you need more calories alcohol drink alcohol. What are you doing here you are? You're crowd. Devastatingly hung over. But you gotta you gotTa plow through those are awesome does jolly rancher light jelly out off aww shit in my mouth just to get that taste gout drop their sponsors so vinnie. I'm kidding all all right Gina. Let's do some notes okay. Well I don't know if you're familiar with the Gulf or PGA Golfer. Tommy to gloves Ganey but a lot. More people outside to sheets Tommy to the X.. Number yeah he has. He's a hundred people arrested over a six day. Sex Crimes Sting in Florida according to CNN and the name of the sting is fantastic so forty four year. Old Gainey was charged with soliciting a prostitute institute which is a misdemeanor in Florida. He was released on five hundred dollars. Bond the undercover operation into this ring for prostitution human trafficking child predators began on December third. It's called Operation Santa's Naughty List how you say that with a straight face. You're working on this fifty crossfire hurricane but the operation fast and furious fifty. Three people were charged with prostitution seven. Men were arrested for preying on children. Five traveled with intent to sexually actually harm a child a teen prostitute. Gainey called to gloves. I bet you'll never guess wears gloves while he's golfing He was in town for charity event. I don't think he made it Speaking of Danny two sheets at somebody tweet me that when I said you can have. What are you GonNa do with three sheets? They said Oh no you can go with like five. She put the fitted sheets over each other and then when one gets dirty peel it off and I was like I do that with condoms. But I didn't know you do that with Fred Count. It still might be solved the condom. Yeah well Vinnie knows when you see a lot of motorcycle. Racing descended from back in the day and they have the goggles that have the extra clear taped on August. I do that in a bedroom. Rip Off go the next VIC. Customer Lady Fan Fan counter somebody got damage. District select me talk participant participant willing willing participants. That's what I wanted by the way Chris is just put the tweet up there for us to see. At least we know one hundred percent that you wrote this tweet because condoms a spell right. That's right so speaking of Danny's asked everyone everyone's number. I misspell everything. And everyone's number one thing is we know the atom wrote this now. There's now speculation that that I have smart people who work for me who are scrambling in misspelling. Words to to come across to to authenticate tecate. There'd be like me making a joke now. Trump's staff does that that was a story that they misspell. It makes sense. We caught Eh Devil dog or whatever. His name is death. Dog that dog we caught debt dog on the board. The Fan Board Talking Shit about our morning morning show the whole time. This is a bad sign. The reason we caught us because you misspelled so many things and also he worked for US running the fan or the website. You misspelled everything on the website. I remember from the book. Helter skelter Vincent Bugliosi got fingered one of the girls from Manson's family because helter skelter was misspelled on the wall and blood was H. e. a. l.. And she wrote it down in the courtroom on a note. Pat Really Chedda Shit miserable. You nailed her anyway. Well I shouldn't get y everything so fully. If you knew a high powered attorney that could rest Chris. She's busy speaking to Danny's some sad news and Day or two old at this point. But that's okay Danny. I L O veteran actor who appeared more than seventy films including do the right thing godfather part to moonstruck. He has passed away. He was eighty six. So great means drucker this amazing according to Schick beyond and do the right thing. That's the first thing I've ever seen him. And according to his family he passed away Thursday night at a New Jersey hospital where he was treated for sudden illness. That's all we know right now New York native broke into movies in nineteen seventy three when he landed a small role in bang the drum slowly. He went on to write about a baseball player. Lou Garrick Eric Liu different player but he was the Yankees. 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"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on The Filmcast
"So this is designed film of course those of you who have paid money to see Quentin Tarantino's movies in theaters. I might wonder how he's classifying this nine film when he's actually made ten foams well the the answer is that he's still counts. Kill Bill wanted to his one film <hes> even though it was released separately. It's one movie so this is his ninth film <hes> Lindsey remain we spoke briefly at the beginning of the podcast about <hes> your attachment to this set of people set of I was going to say characters but the real life people <hes> this point in time in Hollywood <hes> <hes> you seem to have invested in this movie and also kind of how it picks these events cute also more about why this period of time in the events to pick in the film are so meaningful to yeah. I think got really interested in in Manson kind of nineteen sixty-nine Hollywood. Maybe when I was in high school and it developed Mars I got older kind of into true crime stuff and whatnot and I think the real reason that I got really into it is that it's one of the few kind of events that's fully salt. You know the tape murders and everything that's kind of tangentially related to this movie. Is something where there's just a ton of information about it. It's not like Zodiac type thing where there's still killer at large. There's a lot of information out there. There's helter skelter the book there's there's just a tons I think I was I really latched onto that amount of information and how interesting all of that stuff sort of trickles into Hollywood and the studio system at the time and all of the people involved so yeah I really got into issue in high school. It developed as I went through film school in College and everything and it's just remained something that I'm really fascinated by before we continue like are there any resources you'd recommend other than your excellent articles at nervous dot com of course for people people who want to study up on this point in time yeah absolutely the best number one research. I always recommend his Creena Longworth. See must remember this podcast. She did an entire season about Charles Manson and not just Charles Manson but his relationship with Hollywood and with fame game which definitely bleeds into some of the topics of this movie so she's definitely number one I would also recommend helter skelter. I mentioned that's the book by Vincent Bugliosi who was worked on the case <hes> and he also just spent a tons two years writing this book that Sorta covers everything another way always recommend is jim gibbons essay the white album she was really like on hands as all these events played out in a kind of gives the first hand experience so those would be my three all right. Thanks so much for that Lindsay..
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Tom o'neill there's a section late in the book where you again quote Vincent Bugliosi and his book about how Manson was able to pull this off even with LSD the sex the isolation the sleep deprivation the social abandonment there had to be some intangible quality it may be something that he learned from others something he learned from others that sort of that goes to the heart of what you're exploring here did bully OC no I think you did now I do think in though I don't think he would ever tell anyone but I think he figures out and he would he have been contacted and told directly or he figured it out on his own and and is went along with it well I've got to be careful not to speculate I trying to bring that in the book I just try to present everything I found out so it would be speculation Amatus say sure if you you know was under the authority of someone else but now faith here that's what I think was the case he was taking orders I you have to be careful because everyone wants to sue yeah right yeah they still do and have they have they have no actually I shouldn't say that they still do I've been surprised the book's been out I I think about four weeks is Tuesday and both my collaborator raider and I was sure that of the people in the book who are still alive would file lawsuits and it is not happened I hope that's a good thing you know I hope is because a specially looked at the end notes and saw that it was hard to refute what I put in there yeah I'm not speculating I'm just presenting faxes I found the most and document well nothing would spike book sales more than a lawsuit that gets covered by other media I guess so yeah I mean I I looked at I could look at it that way that happened but I'm still hoping it doesn't happen you had death threats I made it yet you learned how to we went to take them seriously right yeah I you know and I guess that comes with the territory there were a few that concerned me but nothing enough to change my lifestyle or anything like that I mean maybe I was a little bit more careful frankly the person I was most threatened by was the one who worry being the most of them fully see not that he was gonna hurt me physically but that he was gonna spread disinformation about me which he had done in these other cases that I chronicle in the book about other people I mean you know he did threaten to sue yeah and take it down and and very vivid of language as I recall I mean he made this it became his life yeah you know he said you're destroying my legacy.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on KTOK
"In your kitchen confrontation with Vincent Bugliosi you know he goes into you start questioning what he did in the trial and some of the facts of the case we've lost our guest okay all right what we've had a technical difficulty were waiting for our guests to come back the name of the book is chaos Charles Manson the CIA and the secret history of the sixties by Tom on the Ellen and is a co writer the theory that we've been told about helter skelter was that that Charles Manson was receiving coded messages from the Beatles in their recordings that just for him he share this information with as his followers and it supposedly the theory that was developed by Vincent Bugliosi and the first Manson trial was that Manson's ultimate goal was to ignite a race war that by murdering certain people and and drawing a certain messages on the on the walls that he would ignite this race war Tom o'neill did you have problems with the helter skelter theory at right off the bat when you read the book not so much of the band well I started doing the interview sorry hearing conflicting and nicer about it you know once I started hearing that looking into it I discovered that they were I do believe the women lesion helter skelter we'll see certain couple interviews that you never believed Manson believes that unfortunately I didn't see those interviews and thought a lot faster we'll see you know he starts making advances thousand on that and one of the interviews was from nineteen seventy two or seventy three west ham house where you live that we believe helter skelter he said he didn't think Kurland for for that and then you were given a lot for me for a while master's degree for most people there it never rains for called helter skelter what was the reason he found from and I could not ask for mark because he wasn't speaking to me anymore Susan Atkins for example you sprinkle her throughout the book as mentioned in the last segment that there are different versions of how the murders went down who was killed in what order in where Susan Atkins is sort of at the center of some of the information you develop because you got different versions of her stories from different sources and documents can you share some of that or what if there were different versions what I found out through through access to files was that the Americans with the plan it will ship a court appointed attorney prior to being charged in the Tate la Bianca murders she was arrested in connection to the murder of Gary Hinman a musician heard about like I said two weeks before Tate la Bianca and once the Los Angeles district attorney's found out that she was providing information about a lot Bianca was a likely suspect the meaning of the DA's office and said that we got to get rid of her court appointed attorney because we need to control her him both the actual words I use so they went to the judge Mario clinical in Santa Monica and after that the net I don't know the answer ordered but it in the notes for this meeting they said he would be approach to replace her attorney with an attorney of their choosing who was a former deputy de a prosecutor name Cavalera in in a second note of they said that that had been accomplished so from that point on the case the well was tainted because everything that I comes little said from that point should be suspect because attorneys wasn't acting in her he's out to her benefit he was working for his former prosecutors and I also found out that one I can look up for parole or probation a year before the murder she was hell with three other women and men to senile hello Roger Smith who is Madison crawl officer intervene on her and another woman I have to keep them from going to jail so their actions will kind of handled by outsiders even before the murders and I'm after in order to get what they need to put her in the beginning they keep her furry and out and later to get her to testify and tell the story of the prosecution's design so they were forming you know of molding her testimony to fit a narrative that they created rockers rockers I mean you really can't trust anything in the story the official version because it'll survive advises Americans from the very beginning and once her court appointed attorney was taken away turning with plants that in our in our honored for her defense you really can't trust anything that came afterward which is the official version of that but we'll see tells a trial will only for the trial and then repeat sevens for I and that version has her playing a central role in the murder of of Sharon Tate at that suppose I one of the versions I'm trying to remember has her killing Sharon Tate the last person that's murdered in the house in the living room on the on the floor and then another version that she had told someone else it happened in the bedroom yeah yeah there's a couple different vendors yet not posing with one of the very first will be able to check that out of the book the first version of the family yeah okay showing up and killed elsewhere there was so many contradictions in what became our official testimony so we really don't know what was true what was that why did they pick that house so the the version that we're all familiar with is that Terry Melcher the record producer who had sort of rejected Charles Manson for recording deal had previously lived there that maybe Manson had sent his disciples to that house to kill whoever was there as a way to scare Terry Melcher or send him a message right yeah yeah this was originally from through the mac and he said that the reason the houses children was to fill your and Terry Melcher supposedly no he doesn't live there anymore and I knew that he read the Malibu the later defendant who turned state's prosecution wonderful indicus Fabian who I suspect will completely given up script Leo three kind of I heard what they got back in the fray what a lie about and testified on the stand and collaborated and pretty much filled in all the whole Americans hadn't in exchange for getting all of the energy and and I'm not having any issues in jail about halfway through the trial so yeah it's hard to know really what happened and how it happened except for the fact that it didn't happen the label and sees that it says well I mean going to the house to kill people to send a message or scared Terry Melcher is a far cry from inciting a a race war and helter skelter you are you are and the reason these murders and if you look and I had rain rain rain space for coverage of the crimes from the earliest days you don't find anyone you know nobody knows who they are or why is there someone out of order for for looking at what role in group there is there was nothing there to implicate her Hey Tom can I have you keep the phone in front your mouth we're losing you a little bit I'm sorry about that no problem so the stone wall that you run into with the Hollywood folks as you peel back the layers and of the onion you find out that there there's a reason why all of so many stars don't want to talk to you don't want to have a counter version come out is because of the things that went on in that house can you share some of that yeah yeah I ended up earlier talks of some of the people who we're actually the original suspect in the murders couple of drug dealers named Billy boiled Charles and calm her again one one X. Dawson died long before I started reporting this and making a whole different picture of what was going on at the house part of the murders there was a lot of narcotics trafficking and certain date wasn't involved in that I don't know the J. three ring was either he you may have been an OB or tech for cal it definitely was and believe he writes about it and how to sculpt in the beginning but he sure in all hold back and doesn't reveal a lot of the expense of about that but at least for check with involved with with these drug dealers I spoke and you know they want I would be first on the call today told the police of the car and at they were exonerated by the police pretty early on but I'm not so sure the one about the collapse of the law in the book of a war so I mean drug parties at a Hollywood mansion that's not unusual for nineteen sixty nine sex parties is not all that unusual either but but you paint a picture at least based on witness testimony that things were pretty wild and they it was such an open house that a lot of really shady characters came in and out at all times and maybe some of the Manson people now you're a model of what it says Sharon Tate I mean you will call in one of the land he lives in London that aren't scouting locations for he was supposed to direct a movie called band at all it was actually working on the script as well and soon thanking him come home and and to have the people that were in the house who were friends of his sleeve and you for whatever reason kept delaying his return and and wouldn't tell avoid Jack and Abigail Folger Wojciech girlfriend to leave and share one kind of stock in the horrible environment you know in the eighth month of pregnancy you mentioned in the book about the discovery of a piece of film some felt was ushered some very intimate stuff that went on in the house it was hard to reconcile with what we know about you know that the public version of the story do you want to get into that I mean that that how the film was discovered a strange in itself yeah well that's actually what we go through told me off the record that later became mom when I asked him what he could tell me that hadn't been reported and you know after you told me to put on my recorder off he said to me he does I don't wanna hurt Sharon he goes you know through the lovely woman but video tapes that had the sound of the loft at the house the couple days after the murders by the police and brought back to the LAPD he wrote helter skelter was just down the wrong and make love the and that the police had returned to the law but what he told me off the record was that they were actually sharing having sex with another man or two under Bowman's direction and and charmed clearly did not want to be doing that so I was being forced and one of the interesting things was and I didn't catch that circle my fault in that first interview he said to me that he was the one who had called the police to put the tape back but the result discovered he had nothing to do with the case no involvement with it until three months after the murders four months after November and he could have been the one to put them back in the.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"It's possible. I don't know what what could be going on there. There was one weird thing that happened. Where simultaneously the windshields of fourteen commercial airliners just broke one day to shattered. And no one could really explain why that happened. So again, weird stuff happens at the airport, and because of that, and because of the symbols that are present throughout the airport in these odd connections to masonry or potentially new world order imagery that people get concerned. I don't think people are like black helicopters come in and out of here all the time. But there's inexplicable stuff at this airport for sure, okay? Antonio do you have your one best conspiracy theory to give us here today. The one best conspiracy theory. Yes, I can give that and it is it is slightly political. It is a Kennedy assassination. It is not the John Kennedy assassination. Robert F Kennedy assassination. Okay. I don't know much about this. Okay. So I want to give credit to. To the podcast from the people who made crime town called the RFK tapes people who want more about this conspiracy is should I recommend? They certainly listened to that podcast because they have the actual tapes of these people interviewing this, the gist of the story is that Robert F Kennedy was ascending to be the nominee for president wins, the California primary in nineteen sixty eight and is murdered. I believe the embassador hotel in the kitchen, and he's murdered by zero in BC your haunt guy. People witnessed the guy firing the gun. They see the guy doing it. They find a journal in his house. It says he's going to do it. He has given reasoning for his doing it. It is pretty cut and dried literally wrestled the gun out of his hands. So people are like, well, how can there be a conspiracy? When people saw the guy do it. He had the gun in his hand. We know Kennedy got shot by this guy who tried to shoot him. How could there be a conspiracy? Well, there is and it turns out it's pretty compelling one. So one of the things that happened is the gun you're on. Is holding has eight bullets in it and all eight bullets are counted for because three were used to shoot Senator. Kennedy and fire Robert Kennedy. I'm sorry. Five went into by standard. So five by standards bystanders were hit with bullets that were removed from them. So we have all eight bullets from the gun accounted for what we see though. In photographs from the scene is that there are bullet holes in the door and ceiling those bullet holes couldn't theoretically have come from the bullets that ended up in people doesn't make much sense that bullet would enter a door and then go through the ceiling and come back and hits. We can't have to Kennedy theories with magic bullets. So we have bullet holes that are unexplained their unexplained. We also have audio of the incident and several audio experts have broken it down and said I hear more than eight gunshots on this audio. Now, there's discrepancy with how many people here, but that's a major part of this the LAPD investigates this case in what they. They do is they open and shut it with Sihran because they find the journal clearly was seen doing it. No problem. What they do though is they destroy the evidence the ceiling tiles in the door jamb that were removed that had the alleged bullet holes in them. And so when people want to look into this case, including Vincent Bugliosi who famously prosecuted the Manson murders and wrote a book about it and ex congressman who was somebody who was an ally of Robert Kennedy and encouraged him to run in the first place when they're beating the drum to look into whether there was a second gun in that room, the LAPD just stalls won't respond in alternately admit, they destroyed the evidence comes out later that the internal policy was to not answer the questions of what the people were asking because they contradicted with what the LAPD had said at the time. So there is on paper official admittance from the LAPD in like nineteen eighty that. They were stonewalling responding because it did not jibe with their official version of the story. So those. Are all some key pieces of evidence. But the biggest piece of evidence is the official LA coroner's..
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Whoever did it wins rise very much our buddy L GOP. And he says hi when Trump keeps committing impeachable acts often in public and no one wants to talk about impeachment or him resigning. It normalizes impeach impeachable. Ac, thanks. Yeah. Well, that's why I've had on a few people to talk about Elizabeth Holtzman. Most recently to talk about her book about the impeachment of Trump. I only wish Vincent Bugliosi was still alive. Vincent fully OC wrote a book about the impeachment of Donald Trump for murder, and he he he laid out the entire. Case of impede not Donald Trump. I'm sorry. George bush. Wasn't the impeachment of George W Bush for murder, and he laid out the entire case. So that all some intrepid young prosecutor would have to do is take the book in the cases all laid out there for him. But nobody did. And he made interviewed him about it. He made a great case for the impeachment of Bush, and I know he would do the same thing for Trump. He all over this thing. Yeah. And it was a good interview. I heard David Rothkopf deep state radio hosts said congratulations to Trump for negotiating a truce with himself in a trade war with China. He got himself to make significant concessions walking back and saying threats he made days before he also did this without forcing the Chinese to make any judgments at all to their trade policies which opens the door to further negotiations and the future should he wish to change strategy and actually negotiate with someone other than himself. The subtlety of his diplomacy was revealed in the statements issued by both sides, which appears to indicate neither had me communicated at all with. The other this neighbouring both to pretend nothing had happened at all which for all intents and purposes has been the well, I guess that's what Wall Street is reacting to today that there was nothing. There was no there there. Right. Yeah. By the way, speed bird nine says dot IN is India. Okay. Good to know. Thank you WTO p tweeted out three men, or or at least reported three men. Accused of swindling nine billion dollars from the Pentagon. Federal prosecutors say the men all executives connected to the defense. A defense contractor based in the United Arab Emirates were awarded a contract to provide supplies and food to American troops in Afghanistan in two thousand twelve God nine billion with a your military industrial complex at work for you people. Yeah. That's always fun, Scott hedging, a public defender said Harvey Weinstein is now free because his million dollar bail was tailored to his ability to. Say I'm not mad at his treatment. I just wish my clients received the same the same just today. I saw my client who sat on Rikers for nine months on seventy five hundred dollars bail. He stole red bulls and cigarettes from abo- Jagan gone. Yeah. Teams out there, of course, because he can afford it. Smudge just replying to Trump that a friend of workers. Whitaker smudge was not one of who they lifted bites with this is just a random. I just know. I wish that it would interesting. He says, you know, that you have the right to this is to Trump tweet responding directly matter what tweet by the way because of ever. Yeah. You know, that you have the right to remain silent you, oh, wait, I forgot that you're an idiot. Oh, yes. The hill said top economic advisor says Trump will end subsidies for electric cars and renewable energy source. I saw he was into ending subsidies for. I guess it was Ford who was no it was a General Motors. General motors. The this Chevy bowl the electric cars. So, but but I didn't realize he was doing it like industrywide, I drive an electric car. And I just got I I'm leasing one because I'm waiting for the the batteries to get a little bigger and more effective for longer range. But I've been getting a good rebate because you know, right because it is to California forgotten. But yeah, he's going to destroy that. So is going to the incentives are going to be gone. That's good. Our buddy we have to clean a or in the cleanest water ever. Yeah. Big water tonight. It's big water the oceans of small. Yeah. But the water's big waters and it's wedding. In terms of things that are wet. Parkway says whenever you hear the White House. Brag about a supposed soaring economy..
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record
"All right yeah and bugliosi was a master at and so the vincent bugliosi so you're talking but he prosecuted the manson manson and there was another one he wrote a book called in the sealed tell tell all book out murder on an island get it i read it good book anyway we have digressed into the realm of esoteric nonsense we were here anyway there is a rule that you can't break says irving younger you're never allowed to ask an open question or a question to which you do not know the answer now open end questions like why why didn't you go do this mr witness well and then you get this answer and you might as well just bend over and go to the proctology man night this coming and then jerry here's hears i sort of step number civil action and the guys teach teaching and he goes you never ask an open any question there stand there and john travolta goes why and the guy just puts his head down like don't ask that question and the guy just rattles rattles off all the answers that are going to kill you there are exceptions to that i watched bernard z yovich bernard bernie average eric averages esteemed father who still a rest well respected trial here in town great man and i watched he and eric tried a case years and years and years ago together there was an arson string of arsons out on the far east to columbus barely and frank county but it will ir bug and there are people tortured barnes and torch in garages and doing different things and at one point.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hey sean you're like actually am wait a minute i am i i understand what chose mrs is saying here the with with stuff like that when you look at the the testimony these were people who were on trial for murder who had every incentive to go along with the lead prosecutors theory that it was all charles manson's fault they could have may be immunity um they could have uh they they could have charges dropped against him that by saying guest this is the case or having their testimony jibe with what vincent bugliosi his case was um they had an incentive to do that whether charles manson is right or correct are lying from a from a an objective perspective the people on trial for murder had a an incentive to agree with vincent bugliosi all right so uh the way they got caught was actually pretty interesting um unrelated to these murders police raided spawn ranch because um it was sort of became known that that people were living there there were out on these creepy crawls doing these crimes um and so that's why they were originally uh a fingered as they say in the business um and they they went there and they raided spawn ranch and a lot of the family were arrested at that time for like car theft and burglary and stuff um they were released on a technicality and then went to death valley to that weird ranch um if you're vented f l elliott's none place you wanna hang out notes especially in the summertime is that were joshua tree is now that josh retreat by nine death valley now there to those are two different places but his a close by as the same type of terrain kinda thing uh yeah i mean i've been to both are they similar well me joshua tree is is the desert for sure but it's very lovely like i don't remember which about death valley that was um.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"He was super into the beatles when he gets out the beatles released the white album he's already obsessed with them but now he's on tons and tons of acid the white album is kind of a downer comparative sergeant peppers um and the fact that it's speaking me charles manson like really made things turn dark it seems like as far as him and the people in his orbit are concerned yes so they're hanging out there lighting bonfires they're doing drugs they're listening to charles manson stomp around with its tiny feet uh in his redneck voice talking about helterskelter which is a great great beatles song um and basically sort of sort of renamed his uh his vision for the this race wore an impending apocalypse helterskelter he kinda stole that from the beatles as bano with later going to say yes so from the beatles but he also oh oh um took it again is like a message that the beatles were sending him a sign the he needed to prepare his family for this because they were the chosen once basically who should wade out the the raceriot in the in death valley so there's this whole idea that the all of the tate lobby are income earners took place um to further this idea of helterskelter to strike strike the match that would set it off to get things going right and this idea apparently is the creation of the prosecutor in the case a guy named vincent bugliosi who wrote a book called helterskelter like a six hundred page book fiscally this the definitive true crime book on the manson family and the manson family murders and so most of the most of what we said in part one and most of what everybody knows about the means of failing murders are come through this lands that was established by vincent bugliosi who is the lead prosecutor the case was privy to tons of information to two um confessions two interviews under questioning to all this stuff but he's the one who piece together the idea that the manson family committed these murders to start helterskelter that was his his whole gm yet while i mean some of the manson family cooperated cooperated.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Than being accepted into this this group and the techniques of the girls the the um the family itself there were surrounding charles manson how they would bring in almost as an immediate bringing other girls into the fold um fascinating and pretty dark stuff but it's worth reading you can also check out the one of the most wellknown and comprehensive books a written about the trial in manson's background which is holter skelter published in 1974 by vincent bugliosi and kurt gentry vincent being the primary prosecutor for the manson trial an in there you will find quite a few things that don't make it into many examinations of this strange tragic darisi disastrous tale in american history uh we'd like to know what you think you can find us on instagram you can find us on twitter you can find us on facebook where we are conspiracy stuff on most of those on instagram we are conspiracy stuff show but if you don't wanna do any of that stuff if you have any tales that you wish to tell us and the ideas right to us we are conspiracyhow stuff workscom either podcast listeners i will pearson and is always i'm joined by my good friend ingush ethic at her every week on parttime genius we answer big questions like can you game a dog show i mean westminster is america's second oldest continuous sporting event our their shortcuts to winning we'll meet the michelangelo poodle groomers learn how to get an obscure dog breed into the show and question things like why did they have separate bathrooms from male and female dog every episode is jampacked with incredible stories and hilarious facts all as we try to nail down a serious topic so check us out already you can download part time genus on apple podcast or wherever you get your podcasts.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"The second al franken accuser steps forward i'm rita foley with an ap news minute lindsay men says senator al franken put his hand on her bottom as they posed for a photo in 2010 two years into franken's first term to use her words she felt gross franken says he doesn't remember taking the photo but he says he feels badly that she felt disrespected a woman who says alabama senate candidate roy more initiated sexual contact when she was fourteen is speaking publicly hey touched me over my clothing what was left of it and he um tried to get me to touch him as well leak oarsmen on the today show moore denies the allegations charles manson died last night after almost a half century in prison for seven killings and 19th sixty nine vincent bugliosi was the prosecutor he knew exactly what he was doing he was able to assess his weaknesses in a strings he was an saying the way it off hitler's and say who incidentally was what advances biggest herald i'm re wake up we've been looking for you the tight that works hard stands out the type of person who gives one hundred twenty five percent chest because it feels ranked if job needs to get done you to no complaints but you know something maybe your current positioning your career is that we supposed to be you impress the boss maybe it's time to be your a masters in business administration street university can get you kostas where he needs to be in no time stray university will bring success coaches professors.
"vincent bugliosi" Discussed on RobinLynne
"A p radio meal i'm rita foley lay he with evil that's how the man who sent charles manson to prison describes him manson died last night in a california hospital of natural causes after spending nearly fifty years in prison for sending his cult followers on a murderous rampage 19th sixty nine the led to the killings of actress sharon tate and six others in los angeles manson was eighty three years old former prosecutor vincent bugliosi told us years ago he did not think manson was insane he knew exactly what he was doing he was able to assess his weaknesses in a strengths he was an say the adolf hitler was and say who incidentally was what advances biggest heroes in 1980 one manson talked to nbc's tom snyder or you're happy when you found out worker to go to the gas chamber aw i knew award grew gaschamber 'cause i had done anything wrong he ordered his followers to kill innocent victims say prosecutors at a parole board hearing in two thousand two manson follower leslie van houten said i believe that he was jesus christ and it was his uh view and belief that all of this would happen then hatton is still in prison one customs agent has died and another is seriously injured after responding to some sort of activity in the big bend area of texas though we don't know what exactly happened president trump is tweeting that those responsible will be brought to justice and he's repeating his call for a wall at the border with mexico the president isn't calling for embattled alabama senate candidate ruined more to quit the race but he won't campaign for him says the white house which says the president's uncomfortable with the sexual misconduct allegations against more big winners at the american music awards the last night include bruno mars lady gaga and keith urban this is ap radio news.