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America’s Lawyer

Trial lawyer hall-of-famer Mike Papantonio hosts a new primetime weekly show called ‘America’s Lawyer’, examining and exposing untold truths in corporate and environmental legal cases with a no-holds-barred approach in addressing bad lawyers and corruption among federal and state judges.

Aug 15, 2019 06:54

Epstein’s death won’t stop victims from chasing justice

Mike Papantonio sits down with author and attorney Carissa Phelps to discuss what obstacles Jeffrey Epstein’s sudden death brings to the case of his accusers. Legal researcher Sarah Merced walks us through billionaire George Soros’ Open Society Foundation, which seeks to legalize prostitution worldwide. Attorney Kim Adams breaks down the goals of ‘End Child Prostitution and Trafficking’ (ECPAT), an organization that shines a spotlight on institutions like the hospitality industry for facilitating and even brokering the sexual exploitation of workers.

Aug 8, 2019 07:28

Pseudoscience behind Jeffrey Epstein’s eugenics project

Mike Papantonio and Trial Lawyer magazine editor Farron Cousins discuss a DECADES-old plan to ‘elevate’ the human race through selective breeding at Jeffrey Epstein’s New Mexico estate, hatched by the sex-trafficker himself alongside a cohort of world-renowned scientists.

Mike and Farron then pivot to former attorney general Eric Holder and his sweeping failures to prosecute white-collar crime under President Obama, allowing Wall Street moguls to carry on profiting with total abandon.

RT correspondent Brigida Santos walks us through a report published by the House Committee of Oversight & Government Reform, which details how President Trump and close allies have lobbied for nuclear technology transfer to Saudi Arabia IRRESPECTIVE of non-proliferation rules.

Legal journalist Mollye Barrows talks about the legal protections and limited liability gun manufacturers CONTINUE to enjoy.

Aug 1, 2019 06:31

$5 BILLION Facebook fine – too little, too late?

Trial Magazine Editor Farron Cousins and media analyst Lionel discuss a pair of lawsuits in which President Trump is currently embroiled. Trump and his family are facing complaints about their previous investments in a multi-level marketing company called ACN, which exploited customers under the guise of offering telecom services. Meanwhile, the president is filing suit against Democrats over their continued push for Trump to release his tax returns. Farron and Lionel then pivot to famed attorney Alan Dershowitz and his recent comments which appear to double down on his claim that the age of sexual consent should be lowered. Hot on the heels of Jeffrey Epstein’s saga, could Dershowitz’s timing BE any worse?

Then, RT correspondent Brigida Santos walks us through the $5 BILLION dollar fine the Federal Trade Commission dished on Facebook for its mishandling and sale of user data, with regard to its working relationship with UK-based Cambridge Analytica. But is this historic settlement enough to reshape the way tech giants like Facebook treat our personal information?

Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows updates us on a case going back decades at the Ohio State University. Some 30 more former students are accusing former sports physician Dr Richard Strauss of sexual abuses committed during physical exams. This is just the latest addition, as accusers now total 177, most of whom were student athletes under the care of Strauss.

Jul 25, 2019 07:05

Unmasking Ghislaine Maxwell: Epstein’s lover-turned-madame

Mike Papantonio and RT correspondent Michele Greenstein investigate British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell’s involvement in Jeffrey Epstein’s sex trafficking ring. Their relationship turned the pair from romantic to business partners, as Maxwell was found to be complicit if not ENCOURAGING of Epstein’s slew of sexual assaults and solicitation of child prostitutes.

Then, Trial Magazine’s editor Farron Cousins walks us through allegations that Epstein had actually sexually abused victims DURING his Florida jail sentence. His “sweetheart deal” brokered by US Labor Secretary Alex Acosta had granted Epstein generous work leave from county prison, allowing him up to 12 hours a day unmonitored.

Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows discusses the closing of Eric Garner’s case, stemming from his death by chokehold back in 2014. Though widely circulated video shows NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo slamming Garner to the ground in a chokehold, it turns out Pantaleo will not end up being charged by federal prosecutors for misconduct on the job.

Jul 18, 2019 06:53

Going beyond Epstein: Sex trafficking survivor spotlights plight of victims nationwide

Mike Papantonio sits down with author and attorney Carissa Phelps to talk about the implications the latest Jeffrey Epstein case has on conversations about sex slavery nationwide. She is herself a survivor of human trafficking from a young age and has spent her career bringing grim realities behind the revolting practice to the forefront. She previously shared her story of survivorship in ‘Carissa,’ a 2008 documentary written and directed by David Sauvage, executive produced by Davis Guggenheim.

Then, Trial Magazine’s editor Farron Cousins breaks down the nightmare Jeffrey Epstein is facing in court with regard to his request for bail and house arrest. Investigators have found his exorbitant assets to include mounds of diamonds, heaps of cash, and a falsified passport, but have Epstein’s gratuitous access to finances finally met their bitter end in a court of law?

Jul 11, 2019 06:54

Billionaire Jeffrey Epstein behind bars for sex trafficking of young girls

Mike Papantonio and Trial Magazines Editor Farron Cousins break down the latest indictment of billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, who is being charged with sex trafficking of girls as young as 14. Much controversy has erupted over the ‘sweetheart deal’ he was given years ago, brokered by current Labor Secretary Alex Acosta, but this latest arrest is sending shockwaves across the political landscape by proving Epstein’s financial clout does not in fact put him above the law. What does this mean for prominent figures that have proven ties with Epstein, including Bill Clinton and Donald Trump?

Then, RT correspondent Brigida Santos talks shop about Huawei and its lawsuit against the US government, which alleges the federal blacklisting of the Chinese telecom giant is unjustified, even unconstitutional.

Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows shines a spotlight on two New Jersey superior court judges who failed to deliver justice in cases involving the rape of a minor. Just what led to their decisions not to try the perpetrators as adults?