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PPR Emergency Broadcast Jeffrey Epstein Updates with Marlon Ettinger

Freelance journalist Marlon Ettinger joined me for a special emergency broadcast to discuss the latest developments in the Jeffrey Epstein case.  Marlon started by talking about his experience down at the court house on Monday July 8th when Epstein pleaded not guilty.  Marlon discussed talking with David Boise and Brad Edwards, and the insights they offered into the recent indictment.  Marlon also touched on his confrontation with Mike Cernovich.  Later we discussed the recent resignation of Alex Acosta.  Marlon and I also touched on the recent reporting about Epstein’s time as a teach in Dalton in the mid 1970’s.  We also broke down some of the important strands that have emerged is recent days due to the SDNY indictment.  We focused on the the issue of blackmail and the possibility that the FBI now possess video evidence of individuals Epstein has compromised.  We closed by touching on the allegations that Epstein also made two large cash payments to co-conspirators after the Miami Herald series came out.  Other topics discussed included: Michael Wolff, falling out with Trump, and Epstein’s time in Paris.

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Show Notes:

@MarlonEttinger

USA v Jeffrey Epstein

SDNY Bail Memo

SDNY response to request for bail

Jeffrey Epstein Shipped Himself a 53-Pound Shredder and a Carpet and Tile Extractor, Maritime Records Show

The Mystery Surrounding Jeffrey Epstein’s Private Island

2nd Circut Giuffre v Maxwell Cernovich and Cassell arguments

2nd Circut Giuffre v Maxwell Miami Herald and Maxwell arguments

2nd Circut Giuffre v Maxwell Dershowitz, Giuffre, and Maxwell arguments

Steve Bannon trying to get on disgraced Jeffrey Epstein’s good side

Jeffrey Epstein’s Rolodex: A Guide to His Famous Friends and Acquaintances

Bannon described Trump Organization as ‘criminal enterprise’, Michael Wolff book claims

Porkins Policy Radio episode 41 Homeland Season 5 ep. 7

On this episode of our Homeland review series,Tom and I try to decipher this puzzle-piece of an episode. In contrast to last week’s fairly simple episode, this week’s was complex and intriguing. We explore the character of Alison and her trajectory from CIA station chief to Russian double agent. We discuss how the show is turning her into the ultimate villain, who is not only a master manipulator, but a cold and calculating egoist. We touch on the fact that Alison seems to be driven not by money or ideology, but by her ego and her desire to be seen as the smartest person in the room. Later we move onto to Carrie and the noticeable change her characterization has gone through. Previously the character we loved to hate, Carrie is now becoming the only character worth watching and caring about. Tom and I explore how this is a deliberate attempt to bring the audience back around to loving the CIA. We also touch on the character of Numan, how not only is he working for the CIA, but how his hack is ultimately a good thing for the CIA.  Tom and I also touch what Otto Durring’s hidden motives may be. Next we discuss Saul’s “defection” to the Israelis and what this may mean for the future of Homeland. Tom and I round out the conversation by discussing the recent terrorist attacks in Paris and our overall response and feeling towards this awful event.

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Show notes:

Homeland Season 5 episode 7 Oriole

WSJ Speakeasy – An Intelligence Expert Weighs In

Music:

Eileen Goldsen – Die Steifel Sind Zum Wandern

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