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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

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Porkins Policy Radio episode 102 South Asian Scandals and Trumps Foreign Policy

On this solo episode I discuss two major geopolitical situations and their possible impact in the region and on the US. I begin by breaking down the political crisis that is unfolding in Afghanistan with Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum and the allegations that he ordered the beating and rape of a political rival. I explain the back story of these allegations and how they have presented a serious political challenge for Afghan President Ghani these past several months. I also discuss Dostum’s attempts to return to Afghanistan from Turkey, and his new political alliance with the power provincial governor, Mohammad Atta Noor. Later I offer up my own analysis as to how Trump may or may not handle this particular geopolitical situation, while also focusing on the ongoing campaign of violence being perpetrated by the Taliban.

In the second hour I focus on Afghanistan’s next door neighbor Pakistan and the political crisis that it is facing. I explain how the Panama Papers are very close to ousting Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. I also look at how this is similar in someways to the continuous scandals involving Trump and his immediate family. I attempt to analysis how both these geopolitical situations will be a serious test of the Trump administration and why we should pay more attention to foreign affairs.

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Show notes:

Afghanistan orders arrest of vice-president’s guards amid rape claims

Vice-president leaves Afghanistan amid torture and rape claims

Where in the world is Abdul Rashid Dostum

Plane carrying Abdul Rashid Dostum ‘denied landing’

Court Set to Hold First Legal Session on Dostum Case: Sources

A gathering storm

Taliban suicide bomber strikes in Kabul

Son of Taliban’s emir kills himself in suicide attack on Afghan forces

The Panama Papers and a Microsoft font could bring down the government in Pakistan

Pakistan Court Concludes Sharif’s Corruption Hearing

PM Nawaz will not resign, says spokesman

Analysts, politicians weigh in as SC reserves ruling on Panamagate case

As Sharif clings on in Pakistan, smooth transition unlikely

Lahore in the crosshairs of terror

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