Finally a hero to protect the kids
Talking Points 7/26
- Duration 8:41
- Date Jul 26, 2012
Talking Points 7/26
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Hi -- Bill O'Reilly thanks for watching us tonight finally a hero to protect the kids that is -- subject of this evening's talking points memo.
-- seven year old Andrew Goodman -- two boys ages eleven and thirteen over a period of four.
Years this savage.
Pleaded guilty to 48.
Felony counts of criminal sexual acts 48.
-- New York State judge Mark Murphy sentence the monster to just boom years in prison.
I'm -- the victims their families and the Brooklyn district attorney.
Murphy gave Goodman the minimum sentence he -- given -- life in prison.
Why was the -- so lenient Murphy refuses to answer the question he is hiding under these yes.
Because of time served -- could be released in a few weeks.
And -- US attorney Loretta lynch who yesterday charged Goodman with the Fed -- -- Of transporting a minor across state lines to engage in sexual activity.
Goodman allegedly took one of the boys from New York to New Jersey to see a Kid Rock concert -- -- sex with a mind.
If convicted on a federal charge Goodman could get at least ten years in federal prison -- lynch obviously doing this to protect children from -- Something judge Murphy is unwilling to do.
She is a hero.
And should be respected by all Americans for standing up to a gross injustice.
The read a lynch was appointed by President Obama two years ago is a graduate of Harvard Law School as being assisted in the prosecution by the FBI.
We see a public official willing to write a grievous wrong finally.
And we want the entire country to know.
What about New York State governor Andrew Cuomo.
Well he remains silent.
In the face of a judicial atrocity.
That has embarrassed -- York -- not have Jessica's law and Governor Cuomo does not seem to care we challenge the governor to stand up and protect the children of the state.
Majors he also doesn't have Jessica's law Governor Christie was asked about that yesterday.
Familiar with -- on but I don't think the legislature has done anything.
Number states half horse has -- so concerned about it gets your legislator write them about it and tell you pass the senate to my desk you know I got -- filling up my signature -- The reason New Jersey does not protect his children way it should is that one guy is blocking a vote on Jessica's law one guy.
That would be senate president Steve Sweeney a Democrat -- Jessica law bill is ready to go up.
Is refusing to introduce it for a vote.
Now we're asking you to help the kids as well.
We have a petition on billoreilly.com would like you to -- so we can give it.
Two governors Cuomo and Christie we believe Governor Christie will -- Jessica's law but would like to see him.
Be a bit more pro active and go after the guy who's blocking it in his state.
Governor Cuomo remains a mystery why does he not care about a child rapists sentenced -- -- years in his state.
That's just inexplicable.
-- Now -- top story tonight reaction with us attorney and Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly.
Solar redolent -- attorneys -- hero absolute hero.
Absolutely -- I think having spoken with the DA's office in Brooklyn last week.
Even they weren't necessarily expecting that's -- did thought at that point was that the next move which would be to try to get the state attorney general to try to get this guy civilly confined somehow.
That's a tough battle so she steps in his saves the day I'll tell you what happened then -- comes down on July 12.
You your credit bill brought this into the nationalize on July 19.
And that Monday the following Monday July 23 is when the feds got involved.
And did their first interview of mr.
And now charges have filed and now instead of getting out in September which is what he's about to do right he will be arrested.
Transferred into federal custody upon his release from state prison.
And he is now facing ten years mandatory.
-- mandatory offset a possible life sentence right because it just appears not get everything -- that might be harsh.
Die hard I know what -- look -- just in case.
He he's got the sick more counts of child molestation and rape.
Then send ASCII.
And he was about it he got a life sentence essentially right at this guy was getting -- two years it which is a month and a half from now well -- -- If you if you didn't see it and this may be a coincidence I mean when we don't know what the factor what we did but but -- Megan and I.
We did this story in a very methodical way last week a week ago.
-- -- we walked it's true we call the judge we gave the Georgia every opportunity.
To explain himself.
Judge gives the -- and the whole nation the finger that's what he did it basically I'm the judge I'm not gonna explain myself.
But there is no rational explanation for this always -- -- victims to victims were outrage and appealed directly to the judge not to do and that's what.
Good idea hey we talk about that does one person had one what one news organization was reporting based on a source close to the judge that he did it because he wanted to spare the victims the pain of -- -- Well and the victims are standing up in court saying that's not sure I want the trial I don't want the guy getting out two year where judge please hear me and he ignored them all right.
Well look -- -- heroes who who that we can report that story and of course we'll follow it.
Now in Colorado there isn't an attorney making noise is that he's going to file all kinds of lawsuits on behalf apparently there it's already been filed with -- -- Reuters it has now have been filed in their three defendants it's it's a guy who was in the theater.
And the negative massacre ended with a friend who was shot and killed all right so it's an attorney who is in -- the no no he's hired an attorney Obama as hard as he was there and his friend -- Q -- these are you turn tail and what's your answer trauma and his friend was killed and the lawsuit is against the theater.
For not keeping them safe.
The Warner Bros.
who produced the movie that you Dick and -- any doctors who were treating this shooter.
But failed to disclose a known risk.
So the lawsuit against the -- is Warner Bros.
is gonna get thrown out a right that there's precedent for that they -- one woman tried to kill that.
Producers of natural born killers remember that movie after she was shot a similar manner it got thrown out you can't really establish platinum for a movie production company like best.
Let the guy in the shooter through the back -- -- through the doors -- we all -- when we go to see the movie that he exceeded through the emergency exit door and came back and he propped it up.
He went out he got his you know -- -- and Eliot brought it back in.
So maybe they'll argue that the movie had some duty to keep the emergency -- is secure that's gonna fail.
The lawsuit against the potential doctors we don't know -- this guy was under psychiatric care but if if they can prove he was and there was a specific.
Has the very specific threat saying.
You know this Friday -- I'm going into this movie here I'm gonna shoot up.
The wind had died I didn't reported then there's a duty arguably.
To report that to the police but it's a very limited duty very about the -- is probably not.
Finally Michael Jackson -- late Michael Jackson has three children and their feuding with the other Jackson's members of the Jackson family over Michael Jackson's will -- I don't even know who's feuding with home but this -- -- the family continues to just be so dysfunctional.
She got custody of the three kids who sheet that is Katherine Jackson and Michael -- TV detail right yet their grandmothers now there custodians.
She gets shipped -- with some retreat in Arizona some resort in Arizona by her actual children Michael's Brothers and -- Janet in the others yeah.
But she supposed to be the mother basically to these to her grandchildren.
So there left there in the custody of the nanny in the cook and whoever else runs the Jackson State but no caretaker really you know -- know grandma.
-- -- So there -- many but -- about unsupervised grandmother doesn't cost you -- wait for a week they can't reach your right so now.
I think it's.
Jermaine is a son who's 34 years old goes into court and says.
You can't she can't be the guardian make -- guardian grimace at some resort the kids they're young.
The court says okay here you go until grandma comes back you TJ who's the off.
Both of these kids you could be their guardian but but apparently Katherine Jackson's going to resume is their guy is a lot of money out there's a lot of money at stake here.
The caring for the kids and all of that.
All right and it's a tabloid story but.
Wonder what was we'll continue to be just iPhone and an -- -- -- and we want again congratulate mr.
lynch for really stepped up.
If -- I very rarely got very rarely done for the and it should have done -- more should.