Place in which people legally are physically confined and usually deprived of a range of personal freedoms
In this riveting episode, Jesse shares his tumultuous journey from incarceration to recovery. With multiple stints in prison and unsuccessful treatments, he found himself at the crossroads of life when his brother faced a life-threatening accident. Forced to confront the reality of his choices, Jesse took the difficult path towards self-improvement, personal growth, and healing. Now a recovery coach at Teen Challenge, he offers an unflinching look at the struggles and triumphs of fighting addiction. This episode delves into the power of community, the significance of accountability, and the profound impact of genuine transformation.
70% of incarcerated women are suffering from terrible trauma. In this episode of From Survivor to Thriver, we sat down with Elizabeth Mikotowicz to talk about her story of abuse and trauma that led to her incarceration. While in prison, she was mistreated and abused by many people in power. Elizabeth is now acting as a force for change to stop the abuse happening to women in prison. Elizabeth has come a long way on her healing journey, and in this episode, she shares her experiences with art as therapy, binaural beats, ASMR, meditation, and self-care in order to recover from the trauma. Five years ago, Elizabeth Mikotowicz was painting murals as a federal inmate, now she has her own art shows and has launched an environmentally friendly clothing brand called EPM which is based on her art. While in prison, she both endured and witnessed institutional abuse, corruption, systemic racism, and cruelty; so much so that sometimes she still wakes up screaming. These days she's turned it all around! She has gotten legislative bills put on the table and passed for the good of the people - not corporations and institutions. Elizabeth is letting the world know what America is doing to its incarcerated population which is the highest rate in the world. She is currently in the editing stages of her memoir and is also creating an adult coloring book based on PTSD and what she learned from her own trauma. In today's episode, we cover: The corruption in the prison systemThe impact prison has on women with PTSDThe mistreatment and trauma Elizabeth experienced in the prison systemHow Elizabeth was able to move into a place of strength after the trauma of prisonHow she realized that she deserved to take care of herselfSome tools that help with PTSD and trauma healingThe healing power of artThe power we all have to rewire our brainsWe hope you enjoyed our conversation with Elizabeth! If you are interested in checking out her art and fashion line, you can find it here. You can also follow her on Instagram and TikTok.Thanks again for tuning in. We are so grateful to each and every one of you. Please remember to leave a rating and review of our show. It helps us grow and reach those who need it. Also, make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode! Links: Check out Elizabeth's fashion line Follow Elizabeth on Instagram Connect with Elizabeth on LinkedInVisit our website: https://fromsurvivortothriver.com/Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brushcreekthriversFollow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brushcreekthrivers/Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org“70% of the women in prison are suffering from some horrible trauma.” -Elizabeth“I am very thankful that there are strong, powerful women out there who are doing the hard work, not only for themselves, but for others and telling the stories of those whose voices aren't able to reach the media, the state house floor, or a show like ours.” -Erik
A man of many talents, Alexander has not only conquered the modeling world and amassed over a million followers on social media, but he also carries a past marred by violence and prison time. Imagine being 19, armed, and finding yourself in a life-altering violent altercation. That's the harsh reality Alexander was faced with, leaving him to reflect on his choices in the solitude of a prison cell for 6 years. His candid recounting of prison life, from the unique currency exchange to his interactions with fellow inmates, is as gripping as it is insightful. You'll be amazed as Alexander shares how he channeled his creativity into music and art amidst the harsh confines of prison. But Alexander's story doesn't end there. Emerging from the shadows of his past, his life takes an extraordinary turn. He takes us through the transformative journey from prison to the modeling industry and his relentless battle against rejections. Yet, Alexander is a testament to the fact that with resilience and purpose, anyone can do anything they put their mind to. With the power of social media, he's not only built his brand but also shared his riveting story. Join us on this episode and prepare to be inspired by Alexander Denning - a tale of resilience and transformation like no other.Check out his YouTube channel here www.youtube.com/@AlexandertheGreatTVCollege Peep Show Merch Check out CPS gear and use code: ONTAP for 10% off your orderTwisted Bitch Cattle Co Get 10% off a bitchin hat with code ONTAP10Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.This episode is brought to you by Twisted Bitch Cattle Company. Check out their website and support us by supporting them!
Have you heard of the Briley Brothers? Three young brothers, and a teenage neighbor, went on a vicious murder, robbery, and rape spree in Richmond, Virginia in 1979. And then two of the brothers later planned a historic death row prison escape. Today's episode really again asks the question, "Are some people just born evil?" It sure seems ago with at least Linwood Briley. A wild story that I'm surprised isn't more commonly known. CLICK HERE TO WATCH MY NEW SPECIAL ON YOUTUBE! Trying to Get BetterWet Hot Bad Magic Summer Camp tickets are ON SALE! BadMagicMerch.com Get tour tickets at dancummins.tv Watch the Suck on YouTube: https://youtu.be/zEy8jHeshIcMerch: https://www.badmagicmerch.comTimesuck Discord! https://discord.gg/tqzH89vWant to join the Cult of the Curious private Facebook Group? Go directly to Facebook and search for "Cult of the Curious" in order to locate whatever happens to be our most current page :)For all merch related questions/problems: email@example.com (copy and paste)Please rate and subscribe on iTunes and elsewhere and follow the suck on social media!! @timesuckpodcast on IG and http://www.facebook.com/timesuckpodcastWanna become a Space Lizard? Click here: https://www.patreon.com/timesuckpodcastSign up through Patreon and for $5 a month you get to listen to the Secret Suck, which will drop Thursdays at Noon, PST. You'll also get 20% off of all regular Timesuck merch PLUS access to exclusive Space Lizard merch. You get to vote on two Monday topics each month via the app. And you get the download link for my new comedy album, Feel the Heat. Check the Patreon posts to find out how to download the new album and take advantage of other benefits
After the last Battle on British soil at Culloden in 1746, the British Government had a huge amount of Prisoners held in Prison waiting for trial. They came up with a unique way to deal with this problem. Shirley Jackson's magnificent short story, The Lotteryhttps://youtu.be/Eo6Xyaw3xGg?si=QJl4rEQ2iYWssbaz If you want to listen to subscribers only episodes, for less than the price of a cup of coffee you can access these via the link: podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steven-connelly/subscribe Feel free to donate on ko-fi.com/historicalcrimespodcast email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the purpose of prison? Most people think the very fact of being removed from society, loved ones, and life in general, is the punishment. But that's only the beginning. Once you get inside the walls of the BOP, the real punishment begins. Intentionally or not, those in charge of BOP facilities make the time a client spends inside exponentially more punitive by exposing them to daily indignities, deprivations, and unfathomable risks to their physical and mental well-being. Judges need to understand the truth about the dysfunction and chaos inside the walls of the BOP and consider alternatives to incarceration, particularly when it comes to non-violent, first time offenders. Helping us get set for sentencing, our 2nd conversationwith Bilal Khan. He's a current inmate in the federal BOP and he is not afraid to speak his truth about what life is like on the inside. IN THIS EPISODE: Deprivation, indifference, even DEATH inside the walls of the federal BOP; Understaffing and Staff morale; Lack of accountability for staff and inmates; Safety and security issues, violence, sexual assaults; Contraband inside the walls of Ft. Dix; The myth of the “country club” environment of minimum security satellite camp facilities; The importance of filing administrative remedies and making a record; The importance of making sure all pertinent information goes into your client's Pre-Sentence Report; The importance of reaching out to your representatives (House and Senate) to demand action. LINKS: Don't take the inmate's word for how bad things are inside the walls of the BOP. Check out this recent episode we did with former BOP officials who confirm virtually every claim made by Mr. Khan: BOP stands for Big Ol' Problems, With Maureen Baird, Janet Perdue and Walt Pavlo at prisonology: https://setforsentencing.com/podcast/bop-stands-for-big-ol-problems-exposing-dysfunction-danger-at-the-federal-bureau-of-prisons/ Also, this is Mr. Khan's 2nd appearance on Set for Sentencing. He recently authored the Book "Surviving Pretrial", available now on Amazon. Here's the link to our last conversation, and a link to purchase his book: https://setforsentencing.com/podcast/surviving-pretrial-vol-1-is-my-lawyer-any-good/ SURVIVING PRETRIAL, by BILAL KHAN, ON AMAZON: https://a.co/d/9ZhE9h5 By total coincidence, this compelling and comprehensive NPR article came out right before this podcast episode dropped - it documents the high rate of DEATHS in the federal BOP due to failure to render prompt medical care, short staffing, and other issues: https://www.npr.org/2023/09/23/1200626103/federal-prison-deaths-butner-medical-center-sick-inmates
TV and movie writers have reached a tentative deal with Hollywood studios that could soon end a nearly five-month strike. Union members still have to ratify the deal. Other negotiations, however, aren't go so well. In Washington, a deal to keep the government open beyond the end of this month appears less and less likely. How would a government shutdown affect the U.S. economy? And what's happening inside a North Carolina federal prison?
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This week I was a presenter at the Missouri Correctional Association's (MCA) Fall Conference at the Lake of the Ozarks, MO. We had a great time as I talked about Leadership - It's Your Journey and Staying Positive in a Negative Environment. After the classes, I was able to set up the podcast remotely and do several interviews with MCA members at the conference while they were in between classes and activities. What a wealth of correctional knowledge. Check out these interviews:MCA Treasurer Adam Barker - Tipton Correctional Center - Institutional Training CoordinatorMPPOA President CarolLyree Price - District EP Unit SupervisorWarden Brock VanLoo - Tipton Correctional Center - WardenWilliam Baumbach - Women's Eastern Reception, Diagnostic and Correctional Center - Correctional Officer IIJazmyn Shockley - University of Central Missouri - Student - Criminal Justice MajorMissouri Correctional AssociationMissouri Probation and Parole Officers AssociationIf you would like Michael to speak at your training or conference e-mail: email@example.com or Michael Cantrell on SpeakerHubAfter the Staying Positive in a Negative Environment class, many of you asked about my book, you can purchase a copy here: Finding Your Purpose: Crafting a Personal Vision Statement to Guide Your Life and Career! PepperBall From crowd control to cell extractions, the PepperBall system is the safe, non-lethal option.OMNI OMNI is cutting-edge software designed to track inmates and assets within your prison or jail. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the showContact us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/ThePrisonOfficerTake care of each other and Be Safe behind those walls and fences!
This week Stacey tells us about Kouri Richins, a Utah woman who is facing murder and drug charges for allegedly killing her husband with a lethal dose of fentanyl in a cocktail she made for him. Sources: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-12529943/amp/Kouri-Richins-Utah-mom-fentanyl-Moscow-mule-book-seizure.html https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2023/09/18/us/kouri-richins-author-murder-witness/index.html https://thedistin.com/2023/08/30/kouri-richins-story-wikipedia-what-did-she-do-where-is-she-now-job-husband-kids-family-siblings-bio/ https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/23980331-kouri-richins-walk-the-dog-letter https://www.the-sun.com/news/8084131/kouri-richins-bizarre-facebook-post-husband-murdered/amp/ https://people.com/childrens-author-accused-poisoning-husband-her-side-of-story-7963536 https://www.pinkvilla.com/trending/world/who-is-kouri-richins-10-things-to-know-about-the-utah-mother-who-allegedly-killed-her-husband-1225555 https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/23980331-kouri-richins-walk-the-dog-letter Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week: Rolling Stone reports that Trump is privately fretting about possibly going to prison; DoJ filed their proposed don't-call-it-a-gag order in the DC case; CIPA expert Brian Greer joins Allison to discuss the implications of that and what's going on with a supplemental briefing Judge Cannon requested; plus a couple of very fine questions from some very smart and good-looking listeners.Our Guest:Brian GreerSecrets and Laws (@secretsandlaws) on TwitterQuestions for the pod:https://formfacade.com/sm/PTk_BSogJCheck out other MSW Media podcastshttps://mswmedia.com/shows/Follow AG:Follow Mueller, She Wrote on Posthttps://twitter.com/allisongillhttps://twitter.com/MuellerSheWrotehttps://twitter.com/dailybeanspodAndrew McCabe isn't on social media, but you can buy his book The Threat: How the FBI Protects America in the Age of Terror and Trump We would like to know more about our listeners. Please participate in this brief surveyListener Survey and CommentsThis Show is Available Ad-Free And Early For Patreon and Supercast Supporters at the Justice Enforcers level and above:https://dailybeans.supercast.techOrhttps://patreon.com/thedailybeansOr when you subscribe on Apple Podcastshttps://apple.co/3YNpW3P
In this episode of Finish Strong, we continue with Pastor Aaron Burke featuring his book The Unfair Advantage. He helps us reflect on some of the valuable lessons Joseph learned during his thirteen years in prison.God can use your most mundane moments, as well as your darkest days, when you are faithful to Him. While Joseph was waiting in prison, he was also learning everything he needed to learn for his future success. The big lesson here is if you want God to do something big, start by letting Him do something deep.Finally, Aaron explains how your personality plus your passion plus your pain equal God's plan. You might impress people with your strengths, but you impact them with your struggles. This podcast is filled with great life lessons that you won't want to miss!Support the showFearless Faith Websiteffaith.orgTo leave a review - Open Finish Strong on the Apple Podcast app and scroll down until you see "Ratings & Reviews". There will be a link to click so that you can "Write A Review"FacebookYouTubeInstagram
Vatos podcast spoilers loco for life! Thanks, Jason! ************ Prison, drugs and gang war touch three young men (Damian Chapa, Jesse Borrego, Benjamin Bratt) in East Los Angeles from the 1970s to the 1990s. Release date: April 16, 1993 (USA) Director: Taylor Hackford Box office: $4,496,583 Screenplay: Jimmy Santiago Baca, Jeremy Iacone, Floyd Mutrux Distributed by: Hollywood Pictures, Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures Budget: $35 million
It was a Civil War prison in Richmond, VA, housing thousands of Union soldiers captured during that war. After the war, someone thought the building would make a good tourist attraction in… Chicago. This is the story of the Libby Prison War Museum.Support the show for the cost of a cup of coffee!https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chicagohistoryAdditional Reading and Items Related to the Subjects Covered (your purchase may help support the podcast at no additional cost to you):Books:Civil War: An Illustrated History, The by Geoffrey C. Wardhttps://amzn.to/3f3tYBzCivil War: The Story of the War with Maps, The by David Detweilerhttps://amzn.to/3lwRzeYLibby Prison Breakout: The Daring Escape From The Notorious Civil War Prison by Joseph Wheelanhttps://amzn.to/30YZ3OpChicago to Appomattox: The 39th Illinois Infantry in the Civil War by Jason Bakerhttps://amzn.to/3II8cyBChicago History Podcast Clothing, Mugs, Totes, & More (your purchase helps support the podcast):https://www.teepublic.com/user/chicago-history-podcasthttps://teespring.com/stores/chicago-history-podcastChicago History Podcast (email@example.com):https://www.chicagohistorypod.comhttps://www.facebook.com/ChicagoHistoryPod/https://twitter.com/chicago_podhttps://www.instagram.com/chicagohistorypod/Chicago History Podcast Art by John K. Schneider (firstname.lastname@example.org) and at https://www.instagram.com/angeleyesartjksSupport the show
In this gripping episode of #TheCriminologistPodcast, we delve into the profound intersection of data science, social justice, and personal experience with our guest, Jackie Dunn. Founder of the non-profit organization, Data4Change, Jackie brings a unique perspective-fueled by her journey as a mother navigating the intricacies of the criminal justice system after her son's incarceration. What you will learn: Why the criminal justice system needs to become more data informed. How personal experiences shape perspectives on criminal justice. How Data4Change is pioneering social justice elements in Corrections and beyond! Why you should listen: If you are intrigued by the human stores that exist behind he curtain of criminal justice, or if your are curious about how personal challenges ignite a passion for systemic change, this episode is a must listen! Jackie Dunn opens up about her unique journey into advocacy, discussing how her professional skills and personal experiences have come together in her mission for a more equitable criminal justice system. Data4Change info The Paragon Group The Criminologist You Tube channel
Prison reform is a truly noble cause because there is no political constituency demanding it. Every time I fly into LaGuardia, I look out at the hellhole of Rikers Island, a prison right out of Dickens's England, where men languish who are unable to make bail and life is brutal, and the Democratic hacks of New York won't touch this issue lest they be thought weak on crime. Emily knew all about this, and she nodded.And if you take on prison reform, then you need to reform our broken mental health system that was destroyed by my fellow liberals forty years ago as “deinstitutionalization,” the idea that rather than enormous hellholes, you put the inmates in small hellholes where we wouldn't be so aware of them. Emily knows about this too. And whatever progress you make will be painfully slow: nobody will come up with an algorithm to produce social justice.Garrison KeillorJason Keillor, EngineerJason Keillor, Original Music This is a public episode. If you'd like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit garrisonkeillor.substack.com/subscribeThis show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5893629/advertisement
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Have you ever been laying in your bed and you can't telling whether or not you are dreaming or just envisioning things? In Acts 12, Peter 100% thought he was having a vision, until he quickly realized that he became “Prison-break Pete” as he was led out of the prison cell. Peter was being taken out of shackles in order to free others of theirs. In this Actstensions we see that through this great escape, it became yet another gateway to the advancement of the Gospel. Oh and we forgot to mention, there's worms too. Join the We Are One Fam: WEB: https://weareoneyouth.com FACEBOOK: http://facebook.com/waoyouth INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/waoyouth TIKTOK: https://vm.tiktok.com/tGmCPB/ #weareoneyouth #Acts #theology
Guy Ciarrocchi— Fellow at The Commonwealth Foundation & Columnist at Broad + Liberty—joins The Rich Zeoli Show to recap his participation in Wednesday's Chester County Prison Board meeting which addressed the escape of convicted murderer Danelo Cavalcante. You can find Ciarrocchi's work here: https://broadandliberty.com/author/gciarrocchi/
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Brian Clune is the co-founder and the historian for Planet Paranormal Radio and Planet Paranormal Investigations.He has traveled the entire state of California researching its haunted hot spots and historical locations in an effort tobring knowledge of the paranormal and the wonderful history of the state to those interested in learning.His interest in history has led him to volunteer aboard the USS Iowa, at the Fort MacArthur Military Museum aswell as giving lectures at colleges and Universities around the state. He has been involved with numerous TV showsincluding, Ghost Adventures, My Ghost Story, Dead Files, Ghost Hunters and was the subject in a companiondocumentary for the movie, Paranormal Asylum. He has also appeared on numerous local and national andinternational radio programs. Clune is the co-host for the radio program, The Full Spectrum Project with deals insubjects ranging from ghosts, murders and all things odd and weird both natural and supernatural.His other books include, California's Historic Haunts, published by Schiffer Books and the highly acclaimed,Ghosts of the Queen Mary, published by the History Press, as well as Ghosts and Legends of Alcatraz, and Ghostsand Legends of Calico, all with coauthor Bob Davis. Brian and Bob also teamed up to write the riveting biographyof Ghost Box creator, Frank Sumption. Clune is also the author of Haunted San Pedro and Hollywood Obscura,
Mea Culpa welcomes Frank Figliuzzi to help us figure out the legal ramifications of everything going on in Washington DC. Figliuzzi is a national security contributor and regular columnist for NBC News and MSNBC. At one time, Figliuzzi was the assistant director for counterintelligence at the FBI, where he served for 25 years as a special agent and directed all espionage investigations across the entire government. He is also the author of the national bestseller “The FBI Way: Inside the Bureau's Code of Excellence.” Make sure to check out his excellent new show on YouTube “Frankly Speaking,” where he sheds light on the work done by the FBI illuminating why that work is so critical to the health of our nation and our national security.
In response to the letter filed with the court by the Bureau of Prisons, Maxwell's legal team doubled down on their assertions of her mistreatment while in custody adding that she is also losing her hair.Join me as I break it down.(Commercial at 12:02)To contact me:Bobbycapucci@protonmail.comsource:https://nypost.com/2020/12/07/ghislaine-maxwell-losing-her-hair-from-imprisonment-lawyers/This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5003294/advertisement
The San Quentin Prison Marathon has an unconventional route: 105 dizzying laps around a crowded prison yard. Director Christine Yoo deeply empathetic documentary, 26.2 TO LIFE, tells the story of incarcerated men who are members of the 1000 Mile Club, the prison's long distance running club. They train all year for 26.2 mile long marathon race, all of which takes place inside the walls of the infamous San Quentin Men's Prison mile race. For the men who take their places at the starting line on a cool, sunny November morning, completing the marathon means more than entrée into an elite group of athletes. It's a chance to be defined by more than their crimes. Cheering them on are a small staff of volunteer coaches, veteran marathoners who train with the runners throughout the year. The bonds they forge on the track create a community that transcends prison politics and extends beyond the prison walls as members are released. 26.2 TO LIFE is a story of transformation and second chances. The film offers a rare glimpse into a world out of bounds, as the men navigating life sentences seek redemption and freedom… or something like it. Director Christine Yoo takes us inside the walls, physical and psychological of the men, who readily acknowledge the mistakes and crimes they have committed, work to define the remainder of their lives as positive and worthwhile. For more go to: sanquentinmarathon.com
Janie Paul is a painter, curator, and writer. She is the senior curator and co-founder, with her late husband Buzz Alexander, of the Exhibitions of Artists in Michigan Prisons, a project of the Prison Creative Arts Project (PCAP). She is Arthur F. Thurnau professoremerita at the Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan where she has won many awards for her art and social justice work with incarcerated people and children experiencing poverty. She lives in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Making Art in Prison reveals—through the eyes of the artists who have lived through it—what mass incarceration looks and feels like in the United States. It reveals the ways in which they keep their humanity intact; it invites us to reflect on our own humanity and the problem of living in a country that incarcerates more of its population than any other nation in the world. It also invites us to look closely at the images and appreciate the richness of life and luminosity emerging from the darkest corner of our country. For more information visit janiepaul.comThe Prison Creative Arts Project: Twitter / X: @umichPCAP
Dom Giordano plays back Guy Ciarrocchi's comments made yesterday toward the Chester County commissioners and prison officials during the first Prison Board meeting following the embarrassing 2-week long manhunt and capture of escaped convict Danelo Cavalcante. (Photo by Pennsylvania State Police via Getty Images)
durée : 00:06:22 - La Revue de presse internationale - par : Catherine Duthu - Onze mille soldats et policiers ont repris le contrôle de la plus célèbre prison du Venezuela, Tocorón (centre nord) qui était entièrement contrôlée par le gang du Tren de Aragua, qui a étendu ses tentacules du Venezuela à huit autres pays d'Amérique latine.
SEASON 2 EPISODE 40: COUNTDOWN WITH KEITH OLBERMANN A-Block (1:44) SPECIAL COMMENT: Trump has descended into full-fledged panic over the Possible Gag Order and either he is exaggerating for effect – what a shock – or, more likely, his lawyers, preparing an answer to Jack Smith's request to Judge Chutkan that is due Monday, told him SOMETHING that set his hair on fire and you know the dangers of combustion when spray paint is mixed with open flames. And that imagery is more than a joke about his bottle blondness. It is a forecast of things to come. We are headed to a legal crisis over Trump's social media posts and his refusal to accede to the rule of law and I don't know where this ends but at the far end of political science fiction, where it ends is a shootout between United States Marshals and United States Secret Service. His bail – his NOT being held in a jail cell in the District of Columbia until trial starts – is dependent on him NOT defying the law. As I said last week, at some point, whatever limitations Chutkan imposes upon him, WHEN he violates them, whether it's the first time or the fiftieth – he is NOT going to surrender. He is not going to let them put him in prison. They are going to have to go and get him. And what happens THEN? It seems madness to risk the lives of Marshals or Secret Service to protect this semi-sentient pile of feces. But, what? You're going to have the Secret Service agents protecting him turn around an arrest him? Biden is going to order the head of the Secret Service to order his men to stand down when the Marshals arrive? Trump is going to see the photo-shoot-value in an actual perp walk? I'm not counting on the last one. Rolling Stone now reports that as you'd expect, the I-don't-think-about-jail crap he gave to the gullible Kristen Welker in last Sunday's stenography class is nonsense. Quoting: “In the past several months, Donald Trump has had a burning question for some of his confidants and attorneys: Would the authorities make him wear, quote, “one of those jumpsuits” in prison?... Three sources familiar with his comments say he's been aking lawyers and other people close to him what a prison sentence would look like for a former American president. Would he be sent to a ‘club fed' style prison… or a bad prison? Would he serve out a sentence in a plush home confinement?... those who've heard him ask these questions about a hypothetical sentencing tell Rolling Stone that it's clear the gravity of his mounting legal peril is GETTING to Trump." As an aside, I understand Jann Wenner is asking the same questions. Also: Cassidy Hutchinson's book includes a sexual assault accusation against Rudy Giuliani. It's the worst sexual misconduct accusation against him in nearly four months. Also Lin Wood flips on the entire Trump crowd. And a tweet from Junior Trump announces his father had died. He was hacked. We think. B-Block (18:45) THE WORST PERSONS IN THE WORLD: JD Vance sets some kind of record by averaging more than one lie per sentence in a tweet about an "American journalist held hostage by Ukraine" who is none of the above. Congresswoman Victoria Spartz asks Merrick Garland a question and if he's still thinking about the hearing he's probably asking 'what the hell did she SAY?' And James O'Keefe's obsession with becoming a musical star has now led to the closure of Project (In Vino) Veritas. But who will think of the cast of O'Keefe-Homa!? C-Block (25:39) THINGS I PROMISED NOT TO TELL: If Rudy is back in the news then the question: "what happened to Rudy?" is also back in the news and I'll give you the answer: whatever it is, it happened in 1995 or earlier.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight on The Last Word: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis raises potential conflicts of interest for six defense attorneys in the Georgia case. Also, House Republicans demand respect for Congressional oversight even though Jim Jordan has refused to comply with a January 6 Committee subpoena. Plus, Ukraine President Zelenskyy calls for Russia to be stripped of its U.N. veto power. And Democrats are overperforming in 2023 special elections. Glenn Kirschner, Barbara McQuade, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Laurence Tribe and Simon Rosenberg join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Steven A. Smith talking about all of Nick Chubb's CLs // Gas prices are too high! LA is over $6/gallon! // Adam Sandler tickets are going for how much?! // Producer Kiki drops the deets about her wedding; Tim talks about his childhood friend that is in the Corcoran Jail.