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And he's kind of filed out -- I generally gets a raise.
And rising up -- -- up brother how much joy of making.
I want to take it up.
Jill and I had to go get time manager's job -- fantastic and let's start with this story out of Florida this -- -- -- -- about -- yeah sure.
I mean somebody gave her cocaine somebody cleaned up the crime scene.
It is obvious to me -- -- -- once a junkie always a -- it's not.
A 100% but it is very close to a 100% and somebody -- she -- on cocaine.
Somebody absolutely sanitize that crime scene I think it is a crime scene and I think that they should be a grand jury that should continue this criminal probe and I think that some of the people closest to her will be found to be responsible for aiding and abetting her -- -- you want the person who game the Coke.
Capsule liable and the person who cleaned up the room -- so those are two separate content.
And and I think we have -- You know let's say -- right fielder -- I mean stop the romanticizing.
Of what happened Whitney law the body -- waited outside she -- It's exactly what happened.
-- about true bond Martin case in what's going on the floor well I have a different take Brian on that I believe the George Zimmermann the overzealous.
Neighborhood watch captain.
Investigated to the fullest extent of the law that he is criminally liable he should be prosecuted.
But I am urging the parent.
Parents a black and Latino youngsters particularly.
To not let their children go out wearing qualities.
I think that could be.
Is as much responsible for -- -- Martin's death.
As George Zimmerman wise but I mean when you when you see a kid walking into it when you -- a kid walking down the street particularly -- a dusting kid like my -- -- like constantly yelled at his going out wearing a damn what do you of those pan.
Pants around his ankles.
Take that -- off people look at you and they what did they think what's the instant identification.
What's the -- association.
Those crime scene surveillance tapes.
Every time you see someone's pick it up a seven elevenths the kids wearing a hoodie.
Every time you see a mugging -- -- surveillance camera where they get the old lady in the alcove it's a kid where nobody you have to recognize that this host.
I analyzing yourself as a -- You're gonna be a gangsta -- -- people are gonna proceed view as a menace that's what happens it is an instant read what that action remember one.
Want blames our colleague a brilliant colleague he got in trouble with NPR because he said Muslims -- formal garb at the airport.
Conjure a certain reaction and immersed sponsoring him that's an automatic reflex -- wasn't defending it.
He was explaining that that's what happened when he sees these particular people in that particular place when you see a black or Latino youngster particularly.
On the street you walk to the other side of the street you try to avoid that confrontation.
Trade on Martin's.
You know loved god -- -- -- innocent kid a wonderful -- a box -- steals in his hand he didn't deserve to die but I'll bet you money.
If he didn't have that -- -- that -- that -- neighborhood watch guy wouldn't have responded.
And that violent and aggressive what about the fact I mean -- the people of New York a couple of nights ago they had a million -- mark you're not and cannot.
-- -- you're not -- I understand that the reaction might be overzealous or even irrational and some extent.
I know you look at the statistics it may be.
But you're not gonna rehabilitate the -- and not -- And it's not -- and top win or you don't let your kid.
You know the old -- Johnny Cash song don't take your -- to -- -- -- -- a moment.
If there is some things that are almost inevitable I'm not suggesting it -- Morton had any kind of weapon I think but he wore an outfit that allowed.
Someone to respond in this irrational.
Over zealous way at -- -- he had been dressed more appropriately I think if not it's raining out or you're at a track meet.
Leave the -- home don't let I --
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