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Breaking Down U.S. Spending During The Pandemic

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01:07 min | 4 months ago

Breaking Down U.S. Spending During The Pandemic

"The trillions of dollars that the biden administration wants to pump into the economy signal. The return of big government. I put this question to zachary carter. Who wrote a book called the price of peace. It's about the economist. John maynard keynes and the ideas that underpin our current understanding of what government's responsibility is in a time of crisis. Carter told me it's not really about big government versus small government anymore. It's about how the money is spent. There's always been at least over the last seventy five years if fairly large government but since the nineteen nineties there has been a different consensus about how we should organized that government with democrats moving closer to sort of the reagan conservative republican understanding about how how the state should be organized. And i think president. Biden's been pretty clear about wanting to turn away from that. He's hanging portrait. Fdr in the oval office. That's something new. So i think the size of the government is sort of a rhetorical issue. The real shift here is where the focus of that. Government is is directed.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"And he skipped town and bolger basically disappeared for sixteen years he was on the run he was not arrested then until two thousand eleven and i believe she'll be able to explain this case in more detail than what i've given sean but that was when moeller had come back and view is now the director of the fbi and this was years later so basically everything quieted down in boston a lot of journalists were up in arms about this because the fact that bolger disappeared meant that no questions were being asked no questions were being answered so for sixteen years this kind of hung over boston and then sixteen years later he's arrested in california bolger is and i caught this really interesting interview with molar on sixty minutes did this really short interview with him they kind of caught him in a hallway somewhere during that time and said how do you feel about this and he seemed kind of caught off guard and he he was like well you know this is somebody we've wanted for a long time and we're glad we haven't back in custody but there a lot of questions that went unanswered that moeller never answered what did he know about these informed d informant bolger what did he know about the fbi agents who were handling him and he never answered those questions and it seems very similar to weisman and remember weisman was reprimanded for withholding exculpatory evidence in a case that was very similar to this where you know people were charged with things that they shouldn't have been charged with and then all of a sudden you know he gets reprimanded by a judge and then has his friends in his legal friends his buddies they're the attorney general zachary carter basically force the judge to pull his name out of that reprimand so that he can continue being an attorney these guys are all very close and they're very tight and you know weisman and molar are great friends komi molar and.

bolger sean director fbi boston moeller weisman zachary carter attorney california sixteen years sixty minutes
"zachary carter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"And he skipped town and bolger basically disappeared for sixteen years he was on the run he was not arrested and then until two thousand eleven and i believe showing will be able to explain this case in more detail than what i've given sean but that was when moeller had come back and view is now the director of the fbi and this was years later so basically everything quieted down in boston a lot of journalists were up in arms about this because the fact that bolger disappeared meant that no questions were being asked no questions were being answered so for sixteen years this kind of hung over boston and then sixteen years later he's arrested in california bolger is and i caught this really interesting interview with muller on sixty minutes did this really short interview attended kinda caught him in a hallway somewhere during that time and said how do you feel about this and he seems kinda caught off guard and he he was like well you know this is somebody we've wanted for a long time and we're glad we have in back in custody but there were a lot of questions that went unanswered that moeller never answered what did he know about these informed d informant bolger what did he know about the fbi agents who were handling him and he never answered those questions and it seems very similar to weisman and remember weisman was reprimanded for withholding exculpatory evidence in a case that was very similar to this where people were charged with things that they shouldn't have been charged with and then all of a sudden you know he gets reprimanded by a judge judge and then has his friends in his legal friends his buddies they're the attorney general zachary carter basically force the judge to pull his name out of that reprimand so that he can continue being an attorney these guys are all very close and they're very tight and you know weisman and molar are great friends komi molar and weisman our friends enroll in the same little group all in the same little boat and and.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"That point you have weissmann and the justice department nobody's going to go after him he could have pushed you'd open masonic that paper that's why nothing to see here let him continue and this is why bowler brought him on board because moeller knew exactly weizman was as those exactly how weissman operate and there will be some exactly mr mr and the to support serious point you understand that before sierra brought forward this letter uh the order from judge shift in and the letter from zachary carter the us attorney in these from just of new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented the chief judge of the eastern district new york found is you reported earlier license conduct to be not have a myopic view of his obligations as a prosecutor to see that justice is done reprehensible conduct should be reported to the bar and the letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt mr weizman's career and then chief judge shift and let himself was a law and order guy withdrew the order and substituted in another one that left out moves name that's why i say it gave license we back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and it was a you at there that opt rated above the law and then the again you reunited the valerie caproni was now sitting of the federal judge she with the he's come through for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller is the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented i just called them a corrupt kabbal yeah well i've never seen a team put together like this i mean this is this was it i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm and law enforcement guy but i'm also but i'm also exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't have these these powers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold culpa tori evidence and frankly there's even questions about fbi director muller himself which you referred to in the.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Nothing to see here let him continue and this is why bowler brought him on board because moeller knew exactly you weizman and goes exactly how that operates and there was some mr mr the to support serious point thursday that before sara brought forward this letter uh the order from judge shift in and the letter from zachary carter the us attorney in eastern just of new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented the cheap of the eastern district new york found is you reported earlier um license conduct to be not a myopic view of his obligations as a prosecutor to see that justice is done uh reprehensible conduct should be reported to the bar and the letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt this to weizman's career and then chief judge sifted who himself was a law and order die withdrew the order and substitute another one that left out weizman's name that's why i say it gave license lean back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and there was a unit there that operated above the law and then the again uh you reunited the valerie caproni is now sitting of the federal judge she was the she's counsel for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller is the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented sydney i just called them a corrupt you have all i've never seen a team put together like this i mean this is this listen i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm in law enforcement guy but i'm also but i'm also exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't abuse these powers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold culpa tori evidence and and frankly there's even questions about fbi director muller himself uh uh which you referred to in the.

moeller sara zachary carter us attorney new york prosecutor chief judge weizman valerie caproni weissman muller director fbi
"zachary carter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"To the justice department at that point you have weizman and the justice department nobody's going to go after him putin could have push it open quite nothing to see here let him continue and this is why bowler brought him on board because moeller knew exactly who weizman way and goes exactly how can operate and there was some mr mr hannity you know to support serious point you understand it before sierra brought forward this letter uh the order from judge sifting and the letter from zachary carter the us attorney in eastern just of new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented the chief judge of the eastern district new york found is you reported earlier um license conduct to be not have a myopic view of his obligations as a prosecutor to see the justice is done um reprehensible conduct should be reported to the bar and the letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt mr weizman's career and then chief judge sifted loom self was a law and order die withdrew the order and substance and another one that left out weizman's name that's why i say it gave license lean back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and there was a unit their that operated above the law and in the again you reunited the valerie caproni is now sitting is a federal judge he was the chief counsel for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller is the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented sydney i just called them a corrupt kabbah all you have all i've never seen a team put together like this i mean this is this listen i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm and law enforcement guy but i'm also but i'm also a you've exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't of these these powers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold culpa tori evidence and and frankly even questions about fbi director muller himself so which you referred to in the last halfhour david show yeah that's true in again they're traces even to the eastern district.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WSB-AM

"To the justice department at that point you have weizman and the justice department nobody's going to go after him could have push it open masonic that papers the quite nothing your let him continue and this is why bowler brought him on board because moeller knew exactly weissmann way at goes exactly how white can operate and there some exactly mr mr hannity you know to support sarah's point you understand that before sierra brought forward this letter uh the order from judge shift in and the letter from zachary carter the us attorney in eastern just of new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented the cheap give the eastern district new york found is you reported earlier um license conduct to be not have a myopic view of his obligations or the prosecutor to see the justice is done uh reprehensible conduct should be reported to the bar and the letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt this to weizman's career and then chief judge shift and let himself was a law and order die withdrew the order and subsidies and another one that left out weizman's name that's why i say it gave license way back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and there was a unit their that operated above the law and then the again uh you reunited the valerie caproni was now sitting is a federal judge she was the chief counsel for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller is the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented sydney i just told them by corrupt kabbal yeah well i've never seen a team put together like this i mean this is this was i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm in law enforcement guy but i'm also but i'm also a you've exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't abuse these powers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold culpa tori evidence and and frankly this even questions about fbi director muller himself uh which you referred to in the.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"And this is why bowler brought him on board because moeller knew exactly weissmann way at goes exactly how white been operate and there mr has mr hannity you know to support sarah's point you understand it before sierra brought forward this letter uh the order from judge sifting and the letter from zachary carter the us attorney in eastern just of new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented the chief judge of the eastern district new york found is you reported earlier um license conduct to be not myopic view of his obligations or the prosecutor to see that justice is done uh reprehensible conduct should be reported to the bar and the letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt mr weizman's career and then chief judge sift and blew himself was a law and order die withdrew the order and substitute another one that left out weizman's name that's why i say it gave license waved back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and there was a unit their that operated above the law and then the again uh reunited the valerie caproni is now sitting is a federal judge he was the chief counsel for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller is the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented sydney i just told them by corrupt kabbal yeah well i've never seen a team put together like this i mean this is this listen i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm in law enforcement guy but i'm also but i'm also a you've exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't abuse these powers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold culpa tori evidence and and frankly there's even questions about fbi director muller himself uh which you referred to in the.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Quite nothing to see here let him continue and this is why bowler brought him on board because moeller knew exactly you weissman way and goes exactly how can operate and there was some mr mr hannity know to support serious point you understand it before sierra brought forward this letter uh the order from judge sifting and the letter from zachary carter the us attorney in eastern just of new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented the cheap give the houston district new york found is you reported earlier um license conduct to be not have a myopic view of his obligations as a prosecutor to see the justice is done um reprehensible conduct should be reported to the bar and the letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt this to weizman's career and then chief judge sifted who himself was a law and order die withdrew the order and substitute another one that left out weizman's name that's why i say it gave license we back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and there was a unit their that operated above the law and then the again uh you reunited the valerie caproni is now sitting is a federal judge she was the chief counsel for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller is the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented sydney i just alban by corrupt football yeah well i've never seen a team put together like this i mean this is this blessed i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm and law enforcement guy but i'm also here but i'm also ever exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't abuse these powers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold culpa tori evidence and and frankly those even questions about fbi director muller himself uh which you referred to in the last halfhour david shown yeah that's true in again they're treated even to the eastern district new york eighth with weizman by the way you know people justified his conduct as well as organized crime and so therefore we all should understand the end justifies the.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Sara brought forward this letter uh the order from judge sift in and the letter from zachary carter the us attorney in eastern just of new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented the chief judge of the eastern district new york found is you reported earlier um license conduct to be i have a myopic view of his obligations of the prosecutor to see that justice is done uh reprehensible conduct should be reported to the bar and the letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt this to weizman's career and then chief judge sift and whom self was a law and order die withdrew the order and subsidies in another one that left out weizman's name that's why i say it gave license way back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and it was a unit their that operated um above the law and then the again uh you reunited is the valerie caproni is now sitting of the federal judge she was the chief counsel for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller is the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented sydney i just told them but corrupt kabbal yeah well i've never seen a team put together liked us i mean this is this listen i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm and law enforcement guy but i'm also but i'm also a you've exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't abuse these towers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold sculpture tori evidence and and frankly does even questions about fbi director muller himself uh which you referred to in the last halfhour david shown.

Sara zachary carter us attorney new york chief judge prosecutor weizman valerie caproni chief counsel weissman muller director fbi david
"zachary carter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To the justice department at that point you have waste minutes the justice department nobody's going to go after him could have push it over that peace despite letting your let him continue and this is why voeller brought him on board because moeller knew exactly weizman was echoes exactly how can operate and there was some mr hannity know to support serious point you understand that before sierra brought forward this letter uh the order from good shift in and the letter from zachary carter the us attorney in eastern just of new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented of the chief of the eastern district new york found is you reported earlier um license conduct to be i have a myopic view of his obligations as a prosecutor to see that justice is done uh reprehensible conduct should be reported to the bar and the letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt this twice career and then chief judge shifted who himself was a law and order guy withdrew the order and subsidies in another one that left out weizman's name that's why i say it gave license we back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and there was a unit their that operated above the law and then the again uh reunited valerie caproni is now sitting is a federal judge she was the chief counsel for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller is the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented i just told them by corrupt football you have all i've never seen a team put together like this i mean this is this listen i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm in law enforcement guy but i'm also but i'm also ever exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't abuse these powers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold looks culpa tori evidence and and frankly there's even questions about fbi director muller himself uh uh which you referred to in the last half hour david shown yeah that's true in again they're traces even to.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WSB-AM

"And this is why bowler brought him on board because moeller you exactly weizman was and it goes exactly how weizman operate and there was some mr mr hannity to support serious point you understand it before sierra brought forward this letter uh the order from judge shifting and a letter from zachary carter the us attorney in eastern just in new york it had never seen the light of day it's unprecedented the chief judge of the eastern district new york found is you reported earlier um license conduct to be have a myopic view of his obligations of the prosecutor to see the justice is done uh reprehensible conduct it'd be reported to the bar and a letter from the us attorney asking the chief judge to withdraw it because it could hurt just weizman's career and then chief judge sifted oneself was a law and die withdrew the order and subsidies in another one that left out weizman's name that's why i say it gave license we back then 1997 it gave license to this kind of conduct and it was a unit their that operated above the law and then the again uh reunited is the valerie wpro news now sitting of the federal judge she was the chief counsel for the fbi weissman replaced her with muller's the fbi director it's uh it's it's really unprecedented sydney i just called them by corrupt kabbal yeah well i've never seen a team put together like this i mean this is this list that i am a law and order guy i'm also an fbi guy i'm and law enforcement guy but i'm also but i'm also even exactly you ever been a fulltime prosecutor but i also believe that that we should not be abusing the powers that we give people and that they shouldn't abuse these powers and if they do they shouldn't continue in that line of work you can't withhold exculpatory evidence and and frankly there's even questions about fbi director muller himself uh which you referred to in the last half hour david does show yeah that's true in again they're cases even to the eastern district new york case with weizman by the way you know people justified this conduct as well as organized crime and so therefore we all she's understand the end justifies the.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"We're going to talk to the controllers scott stringer next avowed related piece of this they're gonna look at divestment of city pension funds from fossil fuels companies but before you go can i ask you as a former us attorney about another story in the news today the president is naming a new us attorney for manhattan to replace creep arare who he fired as you know and it seems that trump himself may have interviewed this attorney about the position in some way senator gillaibrand might try to block the appointment on the grounds that it's a conflict of interest for trump to have interviewed the man who be appointing who would have jurisdiction over trump trump tower and therefore pasta well crimes by trump and his associates if any do you have an opinion about that well i can i can certainly uh contrast the experience i had when i was recommended off four point meant as us attorney uh by uh senator daniel patrick moynihan uh he recommended me to after president clinton who i never met i can tell you uh who record low nominated me to the uh to the uh since the senate and and i and i became us attorney but i remember the last conversation i had with manual patrick moynihan after he had interviewed me and decided to recommend me food four point moved to uh uh to us attorney for the eastern district he said i just want good congratulations i by manama i'm recommending you for the appointment of the houston district and this was the last time you will ever hear from me because he wanted to make it clear that he considered it isn't appropriate for him to in any way interfere with the decisions i made uh as as us attorney uh i wish more people would follow that example and and uh you know but uh that's that's my experience and they knew that seems to start to this this stand as some contrast to how that that's being handled now uh city corporation council zachary carter thank you so much thank you scott then the consoler in that they kids everywhere are glued to screens who's responsible parents court apple carries a sense that this idea of rethinking how we use our devices is going mainstream is there a causal affect of time spent looking at an iphone on children's brains on their behavior at such a apple is called to be a.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Take one of those callers right now at two one two four three three wnyc it's gene in brooklyn gene you're on with the city's corporation council zachary carter and allow much i guess to one thing that i take issue with us the cost secondly we've all known for decades you know i can speak for myself back in the 70s when it was the ozone layer that was the big thing that was heating up the uh environment i also because my father what their technical an engineer i knew all about climate change and all that stuff we back in the '70s but there's other issues at hand one is consumption we as consumers have always known that this was pollution and it's harming our environment but yet we want to consume and watch consumer and i get so i rate when i see people sitting in their cars with the engines on whether to get air conditioning and playing with their phones this is something that we have a problem with and you could see an for jimmy gene i'm gonna i'm gonna end it they're just for time uh but mr carter her point is very clear and it sounds like a defense that these by law companies could use uh us people knew about global warming what do you mean us people sit in their cars and run the air conditioners everybody uses fossil fuels every day in their homes and they could be using something else course on i'll pick they could be using something else in many cases there aren't those choices out there all the time but you hear that defence and you hear how gene is is presenting it as somebody who sounds like she's concerned with the.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"The world of politics piscopo the morning 738 right now gary gobert is going to join us a momentarily let's jump the big out the too low he has the headline news right here and an 970 the answer news this is a on 970 the answer thirty six degrees at seven thirty eight amalgam too low with local news first here's what's going on more than a half dozen people hurt one critic a six crash in edison new jersey heaven on route four forty southbound just before the woodward avenue exit as the morning rush was getting underway state police on the scene investigating triggering multiple lane closures james o'neill looking forward to spending another four years running the nypd in announcing the city's top cop would continue to serve mayor de blasio praised his leadership by crediting him with the continued drop in crime improved community relationships with his neighborhood policing model and body camera introduction mayor also announced fdny commissioner daniel migro and sheep legal loss research zachary carter are staying at their posts obey on high school hockey coach is in trouble with the law for allegedly pointing a gun a two people during a team practice at a hockey rink police say 38yearold david mckenna arrest of december twelve and charged with aggravated assault and weapons charges following the alleged incident at the richard korpi ice rink officials he had gotten the gun from an off duty police officer works as a coach for the team no one was injured in sports as you heard right here on am 970 the answer last night i will receive a goal fifty seconds left in overtime loss five to four the ducks in brooklyn islanders have lost four or five seven of their last nine games brian boil scored the deciding shootout goals the devil's outlasted the rangers 42 freight the rock nick speak the.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"He should make all the player son waiver if you sign a waiver then you can't complain about anything so does have him you know how it says like on a cue to box like don't put this q tip in your ear win that's the only thing that people fucking use q tips forging iran just have all the players on their contract who like i am not a football player uh i would like to a little point of contention there for all the people who do like they like paint little of figurines and trainsets and stuff i think you tip series for those swell abid malkey due to the elbe on train land zachary carter it would accept we have a home before we get to explain to hanks when ron james just bought a twenty seven milliondollar mansion in la how many schools could could he have opened up twenty seven million now is actually 23 million but still sixteen thousand square feet her son's as an offer or a family of five right 16000 regret yeah for all davis faily entire city of cleveland nearly two years yeah because i was thinking like maybe it's just him moving there but sixteen thousand square feet that feels like a you could probably squeeze five people in their ably five maybe even dwayne wade fit in their children poolhouse well we don't worry ask feeding in lebron's house his mother three so please remember la her are there any basketball teams noil new i think there might be a cup hold your love to see phil jackson coming back to the lakers just when lebron signs with him as we can get like two more titles yeah what is arts of all time or what i'd really love to see is lebron bronco little bo jackson everyone antonio gates seems like he's gonna retire soon chargers put them right in lebron james people forget he played basketball uh when he catch that touchdown volvo reverse than.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For the public sensational it's this sexual overtones and the revulsion of the whole thing you know i talked about that very thing with zachary carter he's the former us attorney who led the prosecution he acknowledged police are and always so zealous about investigating their own but in this case this was an incident of really singular depravity there was no one of sound mind in the new york city police department who considered this act is anything other than reprehensible again if they believed louima and here's where things get tricky during the trial louima admits he lied when he initially claimed the cop who sodomized him told him it's giuliani time like it was part of the mayor's crackdown on crime louima says he added that because he worried his case wouldn't get enough attention the defence uses that to question loui must credibility about the entire assault officer volpi's lawyer even promotes an alternative theory he claims liu emas injuries are from rough gay sex in the nightclub but as volpi's fellow officers start testifying against him his defence collapses yet and beth he also admits in court for the record this is really important he stands up at he says i did it and the judge gives volpi thirty years no parole his earliest release date would be 20 25 here's the reverend herbert daughtry he's outside the federal courthouse in brooklyn speaking about the verdict on particularly glad for louisville because what it's this final it what it fails finally is that this man told the truth louima reaches an eight point seven million dollar settlement with the city to this day the largest individual payout for an nypd brutality case and one point six million of it comes from the police union because they took part in an attempted coverup officer charles schwab the one the we must at held him down in the bathroom he's convicted of perjury he gets five years in prison but jurys acquit the two officers accused by louima of beating him in the.

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"zachary carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"zachary carter" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"For the public sensational it's the sexual overtones and the revulsion of the whole thing you know i talked about that very thing with zachary carter he's the former us attorney who led the prosecution he acknowledged police are and always so zealous about investigating their own but in this case this was an incident of really singular depravity there was noone of sound mind in the new year city police department who considered this act is anything other than reprehensible again if they believed louima and here's where things get tricky during the trial louima admits he lied when he initially claimed the cop who sodomized him told him it's giuliani time like it was part of the mayor's crackdown on crime mm louima says he added that because he worried his case wouldn't get enough attention the defence uses that to question the lima's credibility about the entire assault officer volpi's lawyer even promotes an alternative theory he claims louima s injuries are from rough gay sex in the nightclub that has volpi's fellow officers start testifying against him his defence collapses yet and beth he also admits in court for the record this is really important he stands up and he says i did it and the judge gives volpi 30 years no parole his earliest release date would be 20 25 here's the reverend herbert daughtry he's outside the federal courthouse in brooklyn speaking about the verdict on particularly glad bolivia will because what it says finally what it fifth finally is that this man told the truth louima reaches an eight point seven million settlement with the city to this day the largest individual payout for an nypd brutality case and one point six million of it comes from the police union because they took part in an attempted coverup officer charles schwab was the one that we must that held him down in the bathroom he's convicted of perjury he gets five years in prison but jurys acquit the two officers accused by louima of beating him in the squad car zachary carter or told us beatings are so insidious because they're usually more premeditated than shootings shootings that tend to happen in an instant in my experience the.

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