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In this podcast, we discuss sentencing outcomes in Payroll Protection Fraud cases. To read the entire blog, click the link below: https://prisonprofessors.com/ppp-fraud-sentencing-outcomes/
A midwife from a maternity unit tells us why she and over thirty of her colleagues are refusing to have the Covid jab. We hear from the Royal College of Nursing who want the Government to pause the vaccine mandate for NHS staff immediately because of the threat to an already understaffed NHS. And we speak to Professor Ian Jones, a Virologist at the University of Reading about the science of infection and transmission. Almost 300 years after the Witchcraft Acts were repealed, a bill has been bought forward in the Scottish parliament to pardon those convicted. This comes after a two-year campaign to clear the names of nearly 4,000 people accused of witchcraft. We are joined by Zoe Venditozzi, co-founder of the campaign, and Marion Gibson, Professor of Renaissance and Magical Literatures at the University of Essex. Helen Pankhurst, the great-granddaughter of Suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst, talks about the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill which the House of Lords will debate on Monday. Reflecting on historical and global parallels, she talks about the role of protest in the fight for equality. Skin issues in adolescence can shape lives. We speak to Dr Tess McPherson, the current president of the British Society of Paediatric and Adolescent Dermatology, and Maia Grey, an acne positivity blogger who has lived with acne since her early teens. We are joined by British actor Adjoa Andoh and the award-winning British composer Julie Cooper, who have collaborated on the title track of a new album called Continuum. Julie wrote the music and Adjoa responded with a poem called "Hold out the Heart", capturing the emotions of the pandemic.
How can we have a healthier relationship with tech, the internet and social media? In her new book Disconnected, podcaster Emma Gannon looks at how we can take back control, set boundaries, and unlearn bad habits from doomscrolling to having opinions for opinion's sake. She also reflects on whether a constructive call-out culture is more beneficial than cancel culture online. Helen Pankhurst, the granddaughter and the great-granddaughter of Suffragettes, Sylvia and Emmeline Pankhurst talks about the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill which the House of Lords will debate on Monday. Helen argues our right to protest which is a fundamental part of democracy, is under threat. Reflecting on historical and global parallels, she argues that protest is both a safety valve and catalyst for change in the fight for equality, including women's rights, race, disability, social inequality and climate. Plus can theatre be used as a health and wellbeing tool to support women's understanding of their relationship with sex? A Play About Sex partners academic research with creative practice to find out. Inde theatre producer, Hannah Farley-Hills explains how. And as we hear that Prince Andrew is to face a civil case in the US over allegations he sexually assaulted a woman when she was 17, we hear from the Daily Mail's Stephen Wright who's been folllowing the case. Presenter Emma Barnett Producer Beverley Purcell
Elected prosecutors are part of the community. They hold the power to determine who gets prosecuted and their sentences. What tools do prosecutors have that can ensure fairness and equity, as well as criminal justice reform? To continue the conversation L. Joy began with Brooklyn DA Eric Gonzalez on conviction and sentencing review units; she has brought State's Attorney for Baltimore, Maryland, Marilyn Mosby, to the front of the class to break down the barriers to, advantages of, and need for these important units in prosecutors' offices.
You come for the law and stay for the truth. Anchored by MT founder and civil rights lawyer, Ben Meiselas and national trial lawyer and strategist, Michael Popok, the top-rated news analysis podcast is back for another hard-hitting, thought-provoking look in “real time” at this week's developments. On this episode, Ben and Popok discuss: 1. Attorney General Garland's & President Biden's Take On the Insurrectionists and Trump. 2. SCOTUS's Right Wing Super Majority's view of Biden's Vax Mandates. 3. Chief Justice Roberts' “State of the Judiciary” Annual Report. 4. NYAG's Investigation As it Turns its Sights on Ivanka and Don Jr., as Trump's Counterpunch against NYAG stalls. 5. Cyber Ninjas facing $50,000 per day in court fines for the Arizona Fraud-it. 6. Cuomo Cleared of Two Sets of Criminal Charges. 7. The Sentencing of Ahmaud Arbery's Killers. And much more. Support the Show! AG1 by Athletic Greens -- Athletic Greens is going to give you an immune supporting FREE 1 year supply of Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase if you visit https://athleticgreens.com/legalaf today. Policy Genius -- Visit https://policygenius.com/legalaf right now and save up to 50% or more when you compare insurance quotes today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On the morning of January 7th, 2022, convicted murderers Travis and Greg McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan were brought in for their sentencing hearing at the Glynn County, Georgia Courthouse. During the proceedings, the court heard a profound victim impact statement from the mother of Ahmaud Arbery as well as final arguments from lawyers for the state and for each of the defendants. In The Killing of Ahmaud Arbery — Breaking News: Sentencing, host Kary Antholis shares an overview of this pivotal moment in the trial and presents the judge's ultimate decision. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
WTOC Digital Anchor Jake Wallace gives you a recap of the week's biggest stories from around the Coastal Empire and Lowcounty. In this episode: - Savannah mayor weighs in on public events, including St. Patrick's Day Parade: https://www.wtoc.com/2022/01/04/savannah-mayor-discusses-future-event-plans-covid-cases-rise/ - Savannah chosen to host Navy Week: https://www.wtoc.com/2022/01/05/savannah-chosen-host-navy-week/ - Three men convicted in Arbery killing to be sentenced Friday: https://www.wtoc.com/2022/01/07/sentencing-friday-3-men-convicted-arbery-death/ - EF-1 tornado confirmed in Jeff Davis County: https://www.wtoc.com/2021/12/31/national-weather-service-confirms-ef-1-tornado-touched-down-jeff-davis-county/ - Vidalia Fire Station damaged during severe weather: https://www.wtoc.com/2022/01/03/severe-weather-damages-fire-station-vidalia/ - Dawgs to meet Tide for national title Monday in Indy: https://www.wtoc.com/sports/
Chicago public schools are closed today as teachers and administrators fight over whether learning should be remote. CNN and the Chicago Tribune report on a debate with national implications. Sentencing for people who stormed the Capitol a year ago has been inconsistent. BuzzFeed News crunches the data to discover how judges are grappling in real time with what the consequences should be. NBC News asks top forecasters with skin in the game what the economy could have in store over the year ahead. Engaged couples are often surprised to discover that many of the best wedding hashtags are taken. The Wall Street Journal reports on how some are even paying consultants for unique ideas.
For many years farmers have been asking for the law surrounding illegal hare-coursing to be tightened. The current legislation dates from the early 1800's and according to the police and farmers alike, is unworkable. Now, under amendments to the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, there are proposals to introduce unlimited fines, and up to 6 months imprisonment. The Oxford Real Farming Conference and Oxford Farming Conference would normally have brought hundreds of visitors to the city of dreaming spires this week, but Omicron has decided differently. Both have now been moved fully online. Glued to their screens, delegates will still be able to access a huge range of discussion and debate about the future of farming, land use and food. Our coverage of both begins.... Presented by Anna Hill Produced for BBC Audio in Bristol by Heather Simons
Rumors of Betty White's cause of death are running wild on the internet, but we have the truth. Plus will Ghislaine Maxwell flip? And we have news on her sentencing. Epstein secret deal was finally released and we get set for the Prince Andrew Trial. Andy Cohen lets loose on Ryan Seacrest while Patton Oswalt apologizes for Dave Chappelle. #GhislaineMaxwell #JeffreyEpstein #PrinceAndrew Get JumpStart Coffee Here: https://bit.ly/JumpStartAoA15 Subscribe to our Podcast clips channel! - http://bit.ly/AoAClips Support the podcast https://anchor.fm/anthonyonair/support Get Merch here - https://bit.ly/AnthonyMerch Epstein Agreement: https://www.documentcloud.org/documents/6184602-Jeffrey-Epstein-non-prosecution-agreement.html Subscribe to the Anthony On Air Podcast here: Facebook - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirFBYouTube - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirYTApple Podcast - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirAppleGoogle Podcast - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirGooSpotify - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirSpotStitcher - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirStiOvercast - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirOvTwitter - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirTwitterInstagram - https://bit.ly/AntOnAirInsta Get more at https://www.AnthonyOnAir.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/anthonyonair/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/anthonyonair/support
Tio Lifewithout sits down with Chris P to talk about life after incarceration...coming home... reconnecting...Building...and finally able to live. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/tiolifewithout/support
LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) National President Domingo Garcia joins Dan for a spirited discussion on the trial and outcome of the runaway semi driver case, in which Rogel Aguilera-Mederos was sentenced to 110 years after killing four people with his truck.
In this podcast, we discuss Jussie Smollett's upcoming sentencing hearing. Click the link below to read the whole blog: https://www.whitecollaradvice.com/jussie-smollett-sentencing-hearing/
Mike Simons is the John V. Brennan Professor of Law & Ethics at St. John's University School of law, where he has served as dean since 2009. He teaches Criminal Law, Evidence, Sentencing, and Introduction to Law. His scholarship, which is informed by his experience as a criminal defense lawyer and prosecutor, has focused on sentencing, prosecutorial decision-making, and punishment theory.
This week Sunday hears from churches how they're adjusting to the Government's Plan B in light of rising cases of Omicron. Carol concerts are cancelled, Christmas services face restrictions, and clergy are becoming frazzled and weary. Buddhists at a monastery in Scotland say their silent retreats are being disturbed by gunfire. The Samye Ling Tibetan Centre at Eskdalemuir in Scotland is the largest Tibetan Buddhist temple in western Europe and they are objecting to a planning application asking for six military grade training grounds to be built on surrounding land. Amina Ahmed talks to us about her husband, Mubarak Bala, President of the Humanist Association in Nigeria and a human rights activist. He was arrested last year in Northern Nigeria and accused of blasphemy but, after 19 months in detention, he is still awaiting trial. A centuries old way of life for Gypsies and Travellers is under threat of being criminalised under proposals in the Government's Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill currently making its way through Parliament. Dorothy Day the campaigning journalist, socialistl activist and advocate for the poor moved one step closer to Sainthood this month as the diocese of New York sent evidence of her good works off to the Vatican. We explore who she was and why, in life, she hated being described as a saint. And do you believe in Angels? They've become a symbol of hope during the past year and perhaps we all need one in our corner right now. This week Sunday asks what angels look like. Do they resemble us? Or is the Biblical representation of angels something entirely different?
Guests: Kyle Cheney, Will Bunch, Olivia Beavers, Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi, Jordan WeissmanTonight: One of the Trump fans criminally charged in January 6th is now cooperating with prosecutors: what it could mean for the investigation, and what was actually planned at the Capitol. Plus, the investigation edges closer to Trump. And nearly two years into Covid, the official report on Trump's deliberate effort to undermine the response.
Arrest made in downtown Savannah arson investigations, according to Savannah Fire --- https://www.wtoc.com/2021/12/13/arrest-made-downtown-savannah-arson-investigations-according-savannah-fire/ Police investigating sidewalk chalk vandalisms in Savannah neighborhood --- https://www.wtoc.com/2021/12/15/police-investigating-sidewalk-chalk-vandalisms-savannah-neighborhood/ Jan. 7 sentencing set for men convicted in Arbery killing --- https://www.wtoc.com/2021/12/14/jan-7-sentencing-set-men-convicted-arbery-killing/ Doug Weathers will be inducted into Georgia Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame --- https://www.wtoc.com/2021/12/15/doug-weathers-will-be-inducted-into-georgia-association-broadcasters-hall-fame/
The man who murdered Police Constable Matthew Hunt has been sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum non-parole period of 27 years.It's one of the longest sentences to be handed down in a New Zealand court.Eli Epiha fatally shot Constable Hunt after fleeing from a route police check in June 2020.Constable Hunt's mother Diane Hunt joined Heather du Plessis-Allan.LISTEN ABOVE
Trudeau government aims to repeal minimum sentencing for drug offences For more on the new Bill C-5, we're joined by Kyla Lee, Vancouver-based criminal defense lawyer How a new Vancouver institute aims to foster international cooperation against corruption Dr Peter German, Chair of the Vancouver Anti-Corruption Institute Advisory Committee joins the show with more on money laundering Counting the cost of the devastating floods in B.C., three weeks on Aaron Sutherland, Vice-President, Insurance Bureau of Canada has more on why we should really think about where we place communities moving forward, in the wake of the B.C. floods. China's ambassador to Canada warns Canada against Huawei ban With more on relations with China, we chat with Jeremy Nuttall, Investigative Vancouver-based journalist for the Toronto Star Surrey Hospitals Foundation commits $1.5 million to support a new Surgical Lymphatic Reconstruction Program With more on the new life changing program, we chat with Dr Imran Ratanshi, plastic and reconstructive surgeon, and one of the lead microsurgeons at the Jim Pattison Outpatient Care and Surgery Centre and Surrey Memorial Hospital See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
#Myanmar #AungSanSuuKyi #BRI I talk to Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan on Fault Line Radio on Radio Sputnik about Myanmar military junta sentencing Aung San Suu Kyi in the context of US geopolitical competition with China
An APT is exploiting Internet-facing instances of ServiceDesk Plus. Meta releases its end-of-year Adversarial Threat Report, and adds “Brigading” and “Mass Reporting” to “Coordinated Inauthentic Behavior” as activities that will get accounts shut down. CISA names the first members of its Cybersecurity Advisory Committee. Sentencing, American and Russian style. Malek Ben Salem has a look at cyber resilience. Our guest is PJ Kirner from Illumio with a look ahead to 2022. And an alleged false whistleblower is under indictment, and under arrest. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/230
A survivor of abuse at Dilworth School says the summary of facts read at the sentencing of former chaplain Ross Browne shows that senior staff knew that boys were being sexually abused and they did notthing. Ross Browne was sentenced to six-and-a-half years in prison after he admitted 16 charges relating to 14 boys, some as young as 11 years old. He is one of 11 men linked to the school and charged with historical sexual offending. Neil Harding is leading the class action against the school. He spoke to Susie Ferguson.
Tonight, on It's Real Talk Radio, we will be discussing the recent conviction of Travis McMichael; the trigger man, his father; Gregory McMichael and their neighbor, William "Roddie" Bryan Jr. On Wednesday, November 24th, 2021, the nation watched in anticipation as a jury announced a guilty verdict for the murder of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25 year old unarmed Black man who was jogging through the neighborhood of the McMichael's and Roddie Bryan. Cheers of celebration erupted as a congregation of protesters and supporters stood outside the courthouse awaiting the verdict of the first defendant, Travis McMichael, who was the trigger man. Travis was found guilty of 9 out of 9 charges. Once Travis McMichael received his verdict, his father, Gregory McMichael was up next. Gregory McMichael was found guilty of 8 of 9 charges and their neighbor, Roddie Bryan, was found guilty of 6 of the 9 charges. Travis McMichael: Count 1; Malice Murder, Count 2; Felony Murder, Count 3; Felony Murder, Count 4; Felony Murder, Count 5; Felony Murder, Count 6; Aggravated Assault, Count 7; Aggravated Assault, Count 8; False Imprisonment, Count 9; Criminal Attempt To Commit a Felony. Gregory McMichael: Count 2; Felony Murder, Count 3; Felony Murder, Count 4; Felony Murder, Count 5; Felony Murder, Count 6; Aggravated Assault, Count 7; Aggravated Assault, Count 8; False Imprisonment, Count 9; Criminal Attempt To Commit a Felony. William "Roddie" Bryan: Count 3; Felony Murder, Count 4; Felony Murder, Count 5; Felony Murder, Count 7; Aggravated Assault, Count 8; False Imprisonment, Count 9; Criminal Attempt To Commit a Felony. These verdicts shook headlines across on all media platforms, as Ahmaud Arbery's killers have now been brought to justice by a jury of their peers. Sentencing date has yet to be announced.
What links new Covid restrictions with the Home Office's callous lack of humanity? That's right, none of it includes hospitality. Will Omicron be all powerful like its name seems to suggest if you shout it as though it's the alien overlord in a film? Will Labour's reshuffle ever end? A look at the new terribler bits of the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill and a chat with Alice Marshment at SEND Advocacy (@SENDAdvocacyLtd) about the SEND system. FIND SEND ADVOCACY HERE: https://www.sendadvocacy.com/BRITISH BOXERS – GET 15% OFF WITH THE CODE ON THE PODCAST: https://british-boxers.com/Donate to the Patreon at www.patreon.com/parpolbroBuy me a coffee at https://ko-fi.com/parpolbroOR FIND THE ACAST SUPPORTER BUTTON WHEREVER IT ISREVIEW THE PODCAST AT: https://lovethepodcast.com/parpolbroUSUAL PODCAST BLABS:LOOK AT TIERNAN'S FANCY NEW WEBSITE AND SIGN UP TO THE MAILING LIST: www.tiernandouieb.co.uk/Follow us on Twitter @parpolbro, on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/ParPolBro/ and the fancy webpage at http://www.partlypoliticalbroadcast.co.ukMusic by The Last Skeptik (@thelastskeptik) – https://www.thelastskeptik.com/ – Subscribe to his podcast Thanks For Trying here.SIGN UP TO NEXT UP COMEDY AT: www.nextupcomedy.com/tiernanisgreatSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/partlypoliticalbroadcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The drafting of legal reforms in NSW is underway to bring retrospective justice to victims of sexual and domestic violence offences other than children. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Shelby County District Attorney General Amy Weirich also talked on “Behind The Headlines” of her concerns about guidelines judicial commissioners use in determining who should be released while they await trial and the second take on a juvenile assessment center.
Topics discussed on today's show: Veterans Day, Stocks and Inflation, Marconi Award Winner, Evil Lyric Or Holy Book, Pregnancy Tests Up, Portugal Work, Tuvalo Underwater, Tesla Stock, Rivian Up, Disney+ Flat, Uber and the Disabled, Birthdays, History Quiz, Trendmill: Country Music, Jan 6th Sentencing, China Emissions, Flint Michigan Lawsuit, What People Google On Veterans Day?, Get It Off Your Chest, Schmoes Movie Reviews, Movie Password, Army Veteran Gregory J. Alaimo calls into the show, Gunny Sergeant Isaac Gallegos calls into the show, Sergeant First Class Nicholas Moore calls into the show, and Apologies.
WDAY's First News anchors Se Kwon and Drew Trafton get you caught up on everything you need to know for Tuesday, November 9th. The InForum Minute is a product of Forum Communications and is brought to you by reporters at WDAY-TV and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. Find more news throughout the day at www.inforum.com for more.
WDAY's First News anchor Drew Trafton gets you caught up on everything you need to know for Monday, November 8th. The InForum Minute is a product of Forum Communications and is brought to you by reporters at WDAY-TV and The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. Find more news throughout the day at www.inforum.com for more.
Brian Claypool, the attorney for Heather Mack joins Steve Bertrand on Chicago’s Afternoon News to explain why he plans to challenge murder conspiracy charges filed against his client by the FBI. Mack served more than seven years in an Indonesian prison for killing her mother on the island of Bali in 2014. Follow Your Favorite […]
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In this episode, Amber returns to the podcast to talk about the devastating murder of young mother, Alisha McQueen. She went missing and was, then, tragically found in an abandoned lot in Detroit in 2018. What follows is a case few people have heard of and a case that sounds like an outrageous movie from Hollywood. All sources are located in show notes and any images will be posted on Instagram. Friends with Alysa = https://linktr.ee/friendswithalysa Fataliteas Theme Song! SuZen Marie and Jeffrey Lynn / Contact: email@example.com Drink from this Episode! Adagio Cold Brew Iced Tea = https://www.adagio.com/iced/index.html?gclid=CjwKCAjwq9mLBhB2EiwAuYdMteddtfCKisoLM6JrnqLQNWnXW5BwN-f6HxKB38oUE5FIcu6ED-g1zxoCNmgQAvD_BwE The Hemp Division of Harney & Sons/Chill Tea = https://thehempdivision.com/products/chill-8-sachets-chamomile-mint-16-mg Recommendations from Podcast! House of Wax = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezUtqfB24Cg Ruined = https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ruined-with-alison-leiby-and-halle-kiefer/id1528202364 Sunday Sitdown = https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sunday-sitdown-with-willie-geist/id1370507232 Previous Episodes Discussed! 1979 Roxbury Murders = https://fataliteas.libsyn.com/the-1979-roxbury-murders Mitrice Richardson = https://fataliteas.libsyn.com/mitrice-richardson Sources from this Episode! Missing Page https://ourblackgirls.com/2018/10/10/missing-3-7-2018-alisha-mcqueen-never-returned-from-walk-to-nearby-gas-station/ Search Area https://anatomyofmurder.com/a-cement-tomb/#gallery-6173d0e72fd7c- Facial Imprint in Cement https://anatomyofmurder.com/a-cement-tomb/#gallery-6173d0e72fd7c-3 Dr. Moore Bio https://www.emich.edu/sac/faculty/m-moore.php Gregory McQueen's Offenses https://mdocweb.state.mi.us/otis2/otis2profile.aspx?mdocNumber=767813 Sentencing with Video https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/2019/05/14/detroit-man-to-spend-at-least-27-years-in-prison-for-killing-his-wife-mother-of-5/
Evil Corp is identified as the operator behind the ransomware that hit the Sinclair Broadcast Group and Olympus. The US Defense Department complains of Russian toleration for ransomware gangs. The Fin7 gang has set up a front company to recruit talent. Betsy Carmelite from Booz Allen Hamilton on building mission-driven 5G security with zero trust. Our guest is Robert Carolina on ethics. And sentences are handed down in a bulletproof hosting case. For links to all of today's stories check out our CyberWire daily news briefing: https://www.thecyberwire.com/newsletters/daily-briefing/10/203
On March 21st, 2021, thousands entered the streets of Bristol in the UK to vent their anger at deaths in police custody, police violence on the streets, as well as a slate of repressive laws including the SpyCops Bill, increasing impunity for government officials breaking their own laws, as well as the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill, or simply The Bill, targeting Roma people, Travelers, lengthens youth prison sentences and criminalizing dissent and protest amidst some of the harshest Covid-19 lockdowns the UK had seen. What became known as the Kill The Bill riot led to running fights with police, burnt cop cars, a dizzying disinformation campaign by police centering themselves as victims, and over 80 people arrested to date, with more being detained and some facing years in prison. From Monday the 25th & Wednesday the 27th of October 2021, defendant Ryan Roberts will be facing trial and is calling for international solidarity. For the hour, Tom and Nicole of Bristol Anarchist Black Cross talk about the #KillTheBill, police violence in the UK, the radical scene in Bristol, anti-repression work of Bristol ABC & Bristol Defendant Solidarity, the legacy of former Bristol resident Anna Campbell, the cases of the Colston 4 as well as that of Toby Shone, prison expansion in the UK and more. To learn more about their work and how to support and write to Ryan Roberts and other #KillTheBill defendants, visit BristolABC.Wordpress.Com, and to you can search that hashtag on social media for a demo in your area to join in on or to advertise your solidarity action! If you happen to be in Manchester, there's a demo on the 27th at 5pm at the Crown Court. And check the ongoing fundraiser for the defendants at GoFundMe! Check our show notes for more links, including our conversation with Dónal O'Driscoll from November of 2020 about the SpyCops case. There's also a new podcast out called SpyCops Info that includes folks who had been part of groups infiltrated by undercover pigs in the UK in past decades talking about individual cops and the ongoing inquiry that's worth giving a listen to: https://tfsr.wtf/spycops Also, check out this audio from Radio AvA, (a podcast by and for sex workers) with their coverage of the demonstration after the rape and killing of Sarah Everard by on-duty London Metropolitan pig Wayne Couzens: https://www.radioava.org/episodes/avashowmarch2021part1. We found that audio, shared by our comrades at Dissident Island Radio. We're releasing this interview a bit early so as to get word out about Ryan Roberts' trial, so it'll be a little longer of a wait between episodes. Annoucements New Eric King Solidarity Poster There is a really cool poster available in solidarity with anarchist and antifascist prisoner, Eric King, who is facing trial in a Denver court on a frameup right now. The poster was produced by Radix Media and here's what they had to say: To support Eric King, we are releasing a limited edition of 35 posters carrying one of his revolutionary poems. All profits generated from the sale of the broadside will be sent to Eric's support fund. The print is approximately 12.5″ x 20″ and was letterpress printed in multiple passes on our vintage Vandercook proofing press. You can find the poster at https://radixmedia.org/product/eric-king-support-letterpress-broadside/ Sean Swain Phone-Zap Sean Swain is in danger of being out-of-state transferred again, to who knows where. His support crew are asking that folks calls to Glen Elder, who is understood to be in charge of interstate transfers from Ohio Prisons, to express concern about Sean's safety, access to his legal counsel as well as family and support network in Ohio, and to question the legality of sending Sean out of state without the legally required hearing with Sean attending, which they skipped when he was sent to Virginia in 2019. Check SeanSwain.Org for a basic script in the next day or so. If you hear this message and Sean's segment doesn't follow, check back in with this podcast in stream for an updated version of this show by Friday evening, October 22nd, 2021, for the audio or check for updated shownotes with a link to his segment. . ... . .. Featured track: Riot by 3-D Production from The Bristol Reggae Explosion 1978-1983 (http://www.bristolarchiverecords.com/)
This week, in Bristol, Florida, when a woman's bound body is found, with a concrete block tied to her ankle, in a secluded creek, in a half sunken rowboat, investigators had no idea what kind of a mess they were about to attempt to untangle. An array of grievances left a man to wanting to kill a particular woman. And that woman, wanting to kill that man. And another woman, also wanting to kill that woman, and maybe that man, too. And any these people may not have even done the deed. It's a truly crazy tale of love, hate, murder, and fishing bait!! Along the way, we find out that Florida people treat gators like, at most, a minor problem, that some young women are apparently attracted to nightcrawlers, and that the more people you ask to commit a murder for you, the more people that will tell on you!! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: firstname.lastname@example.org Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on... twitter.com/@murdersmall facebook.com/smalltownpod instagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts