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Welcome to read I have to be very leave here -- -- -- in certain regions in Thailand Greg Gutfeld.
But got a comedian Tom salute for a pre -- report -- coming up on tonight's show thanks sandy.
Coming up on tonight's show unsanitary conditions -- shortages and camping out on deck.
The carnival Triumph Group or my first New York apartment.
Plus Barbara Bush generally bureaucrats has decided to eliminate the -- sport of wrestling from the Olympics.
Looks like cheat -- -- strong -- won't be competing in 2020.
And appear politicians don't get caught tweeting with young girls and -- -- young girl is your secret daughter in which case why hold.
And no this is not a story about Bill -- Andy thanks a lot promptly at the half.
Let's welcome -- yet.
I'm here tonight with criminal defense attorney Remi Spencer error.
And comedian Joseph Derosa he's one of the authors of the book Chichi here and pretty much nowhere else that -- Because that's flying off the shelves -- president home -- filling -- tonight for a lump of coal it's Bill Schulz.
And sitting right next to me is Matt Welch reason magazine's editor in chief.
-- -- -- These.
Final frontier just give us a souvenir.
Well no but a 49 foot wide meteorite traveling at roughly 33 -- thousand miles per hour did -- into Russia's Ural Mountains on Friday shattering walls and windows while injuring around 11100 people.
-- a scientist at John Hopkins applied physics laboratory of the ten time terror which broke into pieces about thirty miles from the ground quote.
It doesn't take a very large object at ten meter size object already packs -- same energy as a nuclear bomb.
Crazy coincidence alerted albeit all of this occurred within the same twenty per hour period that an asteroid rocketed past earth at -- -- of 171150.
Which is not nearly far enough or not nearly close enough depending on how depressed you are about life.
Let's go live to a -- press conference -- officials are currently discussing the implications of all this.
-- -- -- -- yes what did you think you're going to be -- the head of NASA's near earth.
Object program says he thinks this was a -- -- event caused by the atmosphere -- impact of small asteroid but I know you disagree.
Yeah Andy I do think it -- -- I'd I'd understood some of those.
-- I think this is proof about the weakening of meteors and asteroids one of these things called.
Killed all dinosaurs this thing.
-- injured a thousand people my research and hard work has proven this for years they -- call me crazy but yeah after an hour well.
And nobody here now now -- figure and a funny and he I'm not here but why you didn't want anything -- getting what -- is it President Obama well you know.
What Bruce -- -- Croat side of the things and I voted from the inside little pieces -- era that happens.
Where was Morgan Freeman and a little bit you're not out here you -- confusing movie world had.
I wanted to talk more about.
And I got -- says this Chelyabinsk and it isn't related to the asteroid that 2012 the do you fourteen which flew by earth on Friday.
But isn't exactly what they would say if the -- things were related -- -- Exactly they don't want people to -- the same reason why they have been.
Trying to send out images to the universe about our religious systems as they don't want must've freaked out that we're not allowed.
Yeah who knows and I mean I -- -- right before other show I read some somebody who's Smart about these things say actually we can't rule that out.
Because we don't have enough GO synchronous satellites to completely tell -- right whether this was a little shorn off pieces -- and whose fault is that.
But Barack Obama okay.
Sure I don't I did that mean they have video that we saw there which is incredible.
You know everyone has a dash cam in Russia yeah so yeah.
What some unsolicited.
I don't know if this is true maybe Tom can check -- for for halftime.
That it's for insurance purposes Russia like -- -- so many driving accidents that cars are now required to have these statutes that and also it prevents people from coming and just beating the crap out of you it isn't very seriously when I'm sick you know when he comes over -- -- -- so waving his fist right you know -- -- dipping your.
Combat system this is actually -- some plot and you die hard movie and it really yeah credit reports and into the Izod movies opening.
I'll eat at subplot rehearsed well it's I don't.
Let me how would you compare this to the exploding fireball over the sandusky river in -- back -- continually.
Well I had a vast amount of information about that explosion in nineteen knowing.
We'll now -- that's how you're not a lot of not a lawyer I -- you know about it.
I am a lawyer which is why this story raises a very important question when we have these kinds of disasters and apparently.
It's not going to be the last one there was another -- going around after -- going around that didn't land.
We need to decide once and for all and who is responsible I mean who are we going to sue for these stand yeah.
When you know thousands of people are dead or injured and some would have to be response although obviously some are going to be heading for -- Spoken like the blood -- that you absolutely at this it'd be like the biggest class action lawsuit it would be every citizen ever.
Every citizen ever that's right we're all potential plaintiffs you must love this and it's a monster disgusted.
Bill did this thing feel more Armageddon -- or deep impact DT.
I deep impact and you're gonna tell you why Armageddon wasn't real -- Follow -- -- if Aerosmith -- the soundtrack to your life it's not an actual saying I'm Morgan Freeman is seen soulful platitudes about our existence in this universe it is very little PL and I'm surprised nothing bad happened because this stuff always app doesn't have a black president.
Well I think that's how -- by the way again in Armageddon a white president.
Yeah we know what part of it may not giddy up I don't believe this really happened.
Do you not believe this really happened and I've seen people saying that this meeting in every time some like this happens it's way off somewhere else nobody is around right we're in the Bible right through dinner tomorrow.
The good thing -- because it happened so far away we can make jokes about it.
Right because of this happened over America -- a thousand people have been hurt we wouldn't be joking about it this would be horrible -- thousand -- what you and your.
We have a very important point because everyone's talking about why don't we have the technology at least know that it was coming why don't we have the technology to have some sort of and year defense system.
Our -- solar system the -- before it gets over here we've got all of technology we need.
-- back iphones and we have got every angle of that thing called ER and it looked awesome -- because no matter where what's the what's the problem there a thousand people gonna hurt the -- are.
Russian political -- politician claims that this actually wasn't the media here he says it was quote a new weapon that by the American costs.
Should we go with -- actually takes a jacket kind of cool debt battle of the northern north Koreans right now went through Sheridan.
In the same way that we wanted them to believe that we had.
Defense a missile defense shield in Europe Ronald -- already have -- secret -- weaponized asteroid or asteroid meteor we have.
If there's a difference and I'm not aware of what an exciting 1 of them tomorrow morning -- -- Exactly -- Bruce Willis the other one is John forever.
I think -- yeah and Robert Duvall looking scared yet.
I think asteroids are actually bigger than meteors that they're not actually now saying that this was as I said -- general although he disagrees with this that this was actually a small asteroid but they're saying it.
Also it could be a large meteorite they're not entirely possible.
-- just require a little preparation H media is more than enough.
Ready let's talk about the Russians.
They all every target when -- -- -- you see there's a huge fireball streaking across the sky they continue to drive.
Well yeah that you I would I would hit the brakes very hard hit I would -- possibly do crazy I know.
No no no I think they didn't turn around I think you're wrong and it's not your fault you live in New -- -- you don't drive on a regular basis those of us like me who -- every single day and I -- crazy things maybe not I think I'm -- all across this -- but I -- is that I.
Trip -- would have a lot of in New Jersey so yeah -- and up.
But I'd probably still be driving but driving sort of looking out the window and causing car accidents which is I'm -- part of that thousand but the people got rid of what I'm saying the.
But every bill every one of these videos the drivers and calmly kept going like nobody can hit the brakes -- swerved to the side of the road really quickly.
I don't know if anybody watches game restaurants you know they might have thought it was dragons flying through this guy I mean that would -- You know and they don't have any would have thought that I know exactly how you would react and how you would have pulled the brakes got out of the car you've been in really cool shades and you -- walk slowly as the thing would go.
What -- -- you classes take the -- ago.
-- -- -- -- That's how it happened.
And then once explosion happened I would be walking away from it.
Yeah you can't go.
All gotten I think -- exit question meteorite or -- wrong.
A meteor meteor wrong and we kind of provides I agree -- is designed to help.
But from a meteor shower -- -- -- without power.
Well the carnival triumph.
Unfortunately named finally docked in Mobile, Alabama late Thursday ending a 322.
Day nightmare for the 42000.
People aboard the disabled.
The massive vessel have been paralyzed -- Sunday after an engine room fire which quickly let terrific conditions on board.
Passengers spoke of food and water -- shortages overflowing toilets and human waste running across floors and down on the walls.
Right yeah that was a joke about this being Michael's apartment but Tom kind of killed that the industry that's had addressed -- and -- it.
Meanwhile carnival -- offering passengers a full refund credit towards another cruise 500 bucks compensation and a copy of magic -- -- Blu-ray companies we deal.
Still -- -- there's already begun looking into suing the cruise line.
For more let's go live to one passenger who's thrilled to be back on land.
But the first -- -- that feels great and I.
Yeah integrity they -- you're -- -- you've been on I think 57 loses it it have you ever had an experience like this.
No I of course not I've never been stuck on a ship like this I've been on -- -- is that you know with my friends and hole.
They've been a great experience is but having said I don't particularly like cruising.
-- convenient or easy but.
If I were stuck on.
And that's that's.
I think Saturday every single guy on this panel has had the same -- and they'll come into the I didn't take too long -- -- I don't know the joke right.
I I couldn't imagine being stuck on the ship for the day yeah when we're supposed to get off and go to the beach so.
What's so surprising to me that these people could see land for almost 24 hours before they're allowed to disembark right not one of them tried to get off the ship -- we don't.
I would have been the first one off that thought I would have been swimming to shore and you know so long -- from the beach as a.
There are huge I mean if you jump up in a break and that things that you find a way yes you find a way.
-- ended she says she's fun to.
-- I would stop you let's get something along the lines of what Barbara was saying carnival said they couldn't -- a ship to ship transfer at -- because it was too risky.
And that -- they say -- only as a last resort so apparently having a crap into bags is not a.
Yeah I'll have -- I yeah I would mobilize an idea.
-- -- Has ever use them if you've been on a cruise.
Where you know you have do you have a lifeboat exercise right before things start any sort of -- everybody out.
And some burst through for America -- megaphone like we can understand a word that he says and they ring a -- and you go back and no one has any idea what to do and I'm -- best in the accrue.
On these things have nothing like I haven't actually looked celebrity again there.
Is ready always request a -- reds and the greens are fine.
-- -- -- -- this is there do you think you always hear these horrible stories about cruises but people.
Keep going on right and -- got my question I'll tell you benefit.
If you're gonna get shredded NC that's the most fabulous way -- did not.
Our -- did not have shuffle board in castaway die and that wasn't an option I mean you're actually -- -- Tom Cruise and Shanahan.
So I cannot put out of your real -- cruisers and don't read about progress and let -- the -- that was on the above -- there.
I always as it.
It's a bad I don't mean to sound insensitive but if we're -- well it is not a -- yes it's like it's yet it's it's a crappy no points and -- situation of being.
But I mean it's like how bad is it like -- my -- guys it was horrible.
We had to essentially go camping in the -- I thought it down wasn't that bad loss on another network.
That I won't need to -- -- the -- -- -- and our -- would -- yeah okay one of the reporters asked someone -- -- -- -- the -- the reporter kind of said it was just like Katrina and person was like are you crazy not -- Had a friendship and good news or whatever it is not like Katrina.
Op bill you were saying.
As -- all this has been unfolding you're you're humans they're going -- -- now wanna go take a cruise.
Why are you are sick bastard I'm not -- sick bastard I'm a realist this sound.
On the easy all that has forced to sleep together and beds pressed up next to each other I love milk -- room temperature you know that.
It's like you're playing a -- -- -- of blogger but into the dodging a little -- it's easy so I can't think of anything better.
Well they did close the bars active yeah than -- -- Yeah -- never minds.
Already our -- of the story when passing a law deserted and filed she is seeking unspecified damages.
She says she feared for her life -- that she might suffer serious injury -- illness because of the presence of raw sewage and spoiled food they're going to be a lot more in the -- Oh yes they're going to be -- -- -- and I don't think the cruise ship is doing.
Nearly enough to compensate these people 45 days that they were -- like this reimbursing them for the trip that they didn't get to having giving him 500 bucks and a bus ticket.
No I don't think what if they can't show.
Actual injury or illness can they do -- still be able to win and that's the question of damages and so is the -- Bible probably how much are they gonna be entitled to that's going to be a case by case that -- -- what you should know that maritime attorneys say it's difficult to win such a case.
That's true it's going to be difficulties international father not governed by the states and that's probably why they have had a problem this scene has no laws he.
Noted James Cameron movie yeah in the what you should know this because you're obsessed with cruising to do it every weekend -- -- all the other ones it's weird.
-- you should know that things aren't likely wouldn't come -- That's a good point man every good -- can be can be breached well what do you -- seaworthy blood -- what do you mean you can't.
-- when you do almost anything take a plane ride downtown DC -- -- You -- -- -- got tired Contra.
That's exactly right.
Usually -- to sign a waiver before you do anything to forget in a ski lift if they get an airplane.
Holding the company harmless for anything that might happen.
That being said as we all know there's a lawsuit in almost any instance like this the right thing goes dramatically wrong these waivers don't generally hold up under these extreme circumstances.
I think that they're gonna ultimately settle -- gonna pay these people a little more than.
And good for us -- in the blue and brown colors so prevalent in the story.
It's a planet -- -- and the C.
Can I -- -- very -- -- give -- the money.
Not a story just something I want her general Jesus himself.
They're up anyway.
I don't know Iran and -- get cut from the Olympics approach they're replacing with foxy boxing is absolutely.
Watching that I that is -- the book.
They said no -- to grapples and throws -- Well wrestling which featured in the first modern Olympics back in 1896500.
Years ago I believe but it won't be around for this summer games in 4040.
Yes the international Olympic committee's executive committee voted Tuesday to drop the sport opted to cut it instead of ratings giant field hockey in Modern Pentathlon.
And among those not happy with the decision is former Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld wrote a strongly worded letter to the committee asking it to reconsider the decision.
Rumsfeld who wrestled in high school college and the navy says.
Olympic wrestling is unlike any other athletic activity as you know well it is undoubtedly the oldest of contact sports.
To abandon its Olympic legacy would be a tragedy for the sport and for the proud tradition of the Olympic Games.
For more we check in with some Olympic wrestling hopefuls.
Slop bucket god speed slots -- -- fifth we now live in a world where rhythmic gymnastics is an Olympic sport and wrestling is not yes seems wrong.
Yeah -- release -- -- this is a story where traditional wrestling sounds like it's a story -- for professional wrestler again.
Edwards admitted this is something that's our editors -- already started will be better than good and the community food and how can.
Crazy I don't I don't get it at all and I know wrestlers.
At least they tell me the -- -- Have little like it either.
Matt I don't watch Olympic wrestling too much clothing for me -- and I kind of cheerfully Luke Donald Rumsfeld.
But I kind of think he's right here doesn't tradition sort of dictate that wrestling should be an Olympic sport it was in 70 -- BC.
There was wrestling in the Olympics.
Sure I could tell -- that question is how seriously do you take the Olympics.
You have people who treated that it should all be discussed in the Bob Costas voice and write this great traditions stretching back all the way to 1896 engines and actually all that long ago -- -- but they've been adding and subtracting sports they added baseball in the late eighties they subtracted it.
The track softball is very upsetting for all of us so I don't I don't see this as such a big deal he's right on points he's got an op Ed in the Washington not post today making that -- -- came out of retirement came out of the the casket finally.
To get excited about something -- but yeah that's -- the Olympics having the Olympics are kind of fundamentally ridiculous.
Credit -- I don't throw away and that's probably the difference for you and these are a proud American.
I thought there would rally it seems like I don't a lot of this might have to do the fact that the is there roughly community didn't lobby the IOC hard enough.
And I was reading argument at dad's been lobbying in this case basically means Friday.
I was actually shocked to find out that stuff like this goes on with something as pure as the Olympic.
If it's surprising you know how well it surprising to.
The years 1980 you know I think that -- it's all about money I mean without question.
-- politics behind the scenes the bribing.
And I think what appetizers are willing to pay for.
What are people watching are they watching wrestling I mean I watch the Olympics whenever they're on every two years -- summer whatever I want to watch.
I've never watched wrestling I don't know how many people in this room considered they watch it or would watch it if it's -- -- advertisers may not be forking over the cash.
That the networks -- that they -- people who are making these decisions would expect for.
It's pretty sad though.
If I mean I -- I'm really asking the question is this is it asinine to think that professional wrestler wrestling so sensational self on the watch that is just.
The quality of actual wrestling with people just don't have an interest in seeing -- there's just no.
And terror plot did anyone really there aren't that many people -- your former wrestler probably who -- into watching rustling.
Prefer you know not professional -- -- -- -- -- I mean he actually -- have you been rallying against IOC's decision even more so than Donald Rumsfeld.
Yeah they smell of the bills -- and they think -- -- like I can think if you really want to get something back Kabila but I can think of no better spokesperson.
They don't I'm not -- whose only received more wonderfully.
-- -- -- is nationally again this is.
It's really going to believe the last meal on the cop -- abruptly unfortunate.
What is blended to take a little bit of pro wrestling a -- around the traditional wrestling -- make -- more entertain what is apparently the Modern Pentathlon dispensing horse riding swimming running and shooting.
Get rid of horse -- -- right up there.
There now I'll I'll check to conduct fits right in front a lot sent down here I agree get rid of the -- -- -- ponies.
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Let's find out if he's got a few things wrong so far that we go to Thompson was.
I'm sure you have any let me look at my notes I can't believe that -- first of all you know any when you started the the show you kind of made a remark about Joseph Derosa -- book.
-- -- that it wasn't it didn't seem to be selling.
I looked it up it is 47000.
It's ranked 47000.
Books -- In its ranks only number 100 in humor slash parenting and family he's.
I don't know I heard this number 100 that's -- yes that's awesome I was looking up your book.
We're now you don't have one note today.
Matt you mentioned.
About the dash cams in Russia and Andy was speculating.
The reasons of this.
I looked at the wired dot com article it was entitled why almost everyone in Russia has a dash cam.
Decided blacks often corrupt law enforcement and -- legal system that rarely favors firsthand accounts of traffic collisions.
That's a great information I think couldn't.
Tell you said that Armageddon is not real yes but then -- said we've got all the technology we need you.
You trying to say we have the technology we need to it to explode these.
As this amazing footage -- -- we don't want that.
You I was blown away about what these good people of Russia were able to capture on their various dash -- -- -- -- problems.
Tom O'Brien yes talk -- explain what exactly what he was doing when -- -- that young wolves you don't.
Bill knows that.
Early Michael Bay -- as early period before he sold out and that would be.
Bad -- the rocket arm again and back when he asked artists are -- three absolutely fantastic movies that I can pretty much recite.
Verbatim that was a great felt -- and he knows that and so he was taking a cheap shot.
Achieve and I'm Marty shot at Armageddon.
It's not a factor than just quarter -- -- What if I've got his car and blacks about Andy got the -- it's -- -- this now he's really he's not Michael Bay correctly but boy does he is fine exclamation points well.
-- and I don't understand that Andy is actually a bigger fan of deep impact is that what I was getting from you know the exact opposite okay Chris.
-- -- We'll -- -- was it because I -- the -- I thought they were I didn't know they were really they were back to back it was deep impact Robert the -- allies you would yes.
Tea Leoni and John fat for a yes -- violence directed by -- the leader and Hilary Swank isn't that isn't true.
Knows -- now for some -- Demi and one of those 2% he's getting isn't yet.
Yeah -- Bruce Willis Billy Bob -- looked out and Ben Affleck the I think the reason though that Armageddon got the did it did deep impact it was the tagline the most important part of the film.
The tagline for deep impact oceans rise cities fall -- survives.
I do that but on again I have not gone away you don't even want to know more I have that taxes.
That's deep impact the Armageddon tag tag line simply heads up.
Could probably figure out where I have that taxes here.
Well -- can't.
Tough all right cruise -- story but -- -- and he.
All apparently my joke about my apartment stole the thunder of a joke you're going to do.
It was -- totally fine they just I was about to make the same joke that was in the script so I decided not to make it because you would -- them.
-- it's actually more appropriate for bill is -- not -- is -- that line yeah you know I think it for the audience at home they probably perceive me as someone who has a very neat apart yes I do so it didn't really make a lot of sense.
And all fairness I don't think either joke that thunder real.
-- -- Let's figure which I don't believe I don't I don't I don't think you're qualified to judge Joseph.
-- director I usually don't -- -- last night at an apartment what I had a little problem with each -- chief -- strong bull references the top like that that was a really funny.
Wrestling reference but I think it might have it.
It might be too old did you know who chief -- strong -- -- I am still trying to figure out at first I thought it was the guy that was in she's out of your league -- progress that we've now -- Was the biggest wrestler of the 1970s he was that he was he was based big marquee name.
Yeah you gotta go look like super forest America.
Yeah that resonate with the people OK -- people.
That's -- generational thing I think there's a lot of viewers out there in their forties who just they really dug my chief -- -- worth -- but obviously nobody on the panel did.
I think that iron sheik would have been better job you know he was on my list I'll get better.
Ready you said on this cruise -- story you have to sign a waiver no matter what you do now.
Isn't that the point why -- they even had these waivers everybody knows we sign these things -- matter where we go and they're not legally binding at all.
Well that's not accurate.
They are -- -- -- binding.
But when there are extreme circumstances where is such a disaster such as if it.
The -- generally not going to hold up plus in this case the cruise ship has had some this particular one has had some prior issues and the question is.
Did -- properly.
Rectify the problems I think we can assume the answer is -- that's what's gotten off you know invalidate their waivers.
Although they didn't just sign waivers they signed.
It did this whole -- compensation package that and it said that it -- them on suing on on the grounds emotional distress it also bans all class action.
Lawsuits which is the only way they're gonna get anything if they all band together in my right.
-- -- -- Maybe I mean it's going to be that the damage is -- gonna depend on each person and what they've actually suffered you know one person.
Suffered a heart attack -- -- -- condition that made that was exacerbated by these conditions they're going to be entitled to a lot more than someone.
You know like you -- I assume -- healthy and probably would be walking away a little bit upset but not.
Heart not what I had a good time -- -- -- camping and by the way.
Joseph you approve pulling the idea of these people being in distress yes.
Something tells me you might have a that it skin in this game do you work for -- cruise operator.
Did -- apply your -- upon the stages of Jakarta.
-- like not just me guys.
Just think just think first on this because my great grandfather's last name is carnival doesn't mean that I -- -- disorganization.
And I think the people that this happened to it should be thanking their lucky stars that date.
Didn't have to watch it cruise ship combination of Africa yeah.
Yeah overflowing think Goldwater did not -- A lot of passengers -- -- they actually said the worst part of the cruise was the comedy -- Have helped you while you did you see how -- evaded my -- -- -- I'm not.
I can never -- it on a cruise ship in the headlights -- I didn't really didn't I never had you die I don't know dividends can -- and -- -- How could OK -- the rustling up.
First of all might.
Match -- -- commands.
Maggie save it and that the Olympics is fundamentally ridiculous yeah yeah and -- that recently.
And it don't you know come on.
That's a pretty good argument to him -- I kind of want to let -- come out.
A little bit -- -- the Olympics -- -- for superpower conflict they were.
Fondness when we get absolutely hate on east Germans when that when the -- Iranians could beat the Russians to death in this yeah I agree I agree the Cold War wasn't what's the point.
The Olympics was all but that the Cold War that OK guys here's my little quiz here.
The -- so wrestling did not make the top ten in nine in ratings.
But what do you think which.
Were in the top three they did what Olympic events got the highest ratings.
Semester summer and winter or gymnastics I would -- -- gymnastics wrong it's not even the top ten that call has planning isolating our -- thinking outside the box guy that's basketball's top ten.
Get this -- -- Get this number one the closing ceremony number two openings are.
That's what sports -- the -- okay.
-- Usein Bolt fourth -- far whoever that is the client Jessica Ennis in the heptathlon silver phenomenal.
They're happy -- -- the gymnast that erosion didn't even make the top ten.
Interest to move back to you and are coming -- What's -- key charity -- cast during tough economic times britney's parents or her new book how I build them clients for over -- without them knowing -- -- But first.
But what will read I look at correspondent had to say about the -- -- story.
Hopefully something otherwise -- only one hell of an awful judgment.
Well thanks a dental records the charred remains found in a burned down -- -- big -- valley were positively identified on Thursday is that a former police officer turned police killer Christopher dornin.
Meanwhile a sheriff in charge of the reckoning confirms these men sent pyrotechnic tear gas into the cabin that says it was not their intent -- set on fire.
The gruesome death of a gruesome killer I think we know what that means people who think about things.
I think I'll pass Erica well -- record -- -- I'd -- correspondent doctor Michael Baden he's a Fox News contributor former New York City chief medical examiner.
You know as mortality like bill I'm not reading -- and it can't happen.
I've talked about.
Well thanks for coming back thank you wanna talk about -- body identification right you watch a show like CSI whatever it seems like they get some DNA in a couple hours later they know who it is it doesn't work like I.
I know very know that the quickest -- the way they did an instant that -- teeth especially to burn body right -- -- the listings to go.
In general and it if you have a dental record -- he -- from the military right the dentist comes to the scene.
Looks at the record looks at -- and you can tell right away that is -- isn't.
I was gonna ask are actually -- they got into Iraq because he was for both a cop and former military if -- -- civilian.
How do you go about getting generous you start trying to find his -- company you that you find from the U whoever families around him -- -- around right who is that this -- -- so it normally civilian dentists are approached when when the as a suspect that -- death -- where he related.
And that's very fist so.
-- dental records aren't.
No no I didn't and not so far -- -- and senators in particular and I suspect hiding things in my teens especially under -- these circumstances -- it.
-- Have you got what's worked on cases where the bodies of the -- shard that even dental records.
Weren't enough well mostly in beheaded people they don't know how I could -- out -- now that their work but I don't get it.
But even here.
Yeah you've been in this situation.
Oh wouldn't do -- was around in different cars and and the cell phone with the maids -- -- using his fingerprints over the case place so I'm sure the police also had his fingerprints.
To match to -- police and the military fingerprints.
The the fingerprints in the hands of probably two chart to be without saying how could they could they do that the body of charter or not know that they get the fingerprint -- -- the cars that he was driving the okay I'll match it to known fingerprints from the military -- from the police department would but would that be enough to ID the actual -- -- to it would be pretty good but they still want to dental the old days before DNA dental was enough now.
Everybody wants the next step to do DNA also right and usually they can but takes longer OK I want my questions are.
My understanding is that -- the sheriff's officer -- LAPD that they first be fired regular tear gassed and I happen.
That didn't work -- -- they switch to CS tear gas which is apparently more incendiary -- nature.
But they weren't trying to burn down the cabin it's just that's a risk you take I guess today yep part of it is that when it -- used teargas canisters is a risk of fires starting.
And in this situation they had him surrounded right there were firing a lot of bullets apparently only one bullet struck him which is the one.
Probably that he fired up to -- idea because they can match that -- up to the weapons he had right.
And is it's amazing -- and police shootings and gang when shootings when the bodies of the medical -- as -- -- 90% of bullets minutes.
Yeah -- remains there.
And the fire we can tell from the -- outside in the blood when he died before or after the Firestone guys with a lot of toxicology and they can also find.
Any drugs that might have made did -- have some kind of drug reaction that he was getting high right so all these things -- -- worked out by the medical examiner.
Our next topic I certainly talk about last week scientists finding -- 500 year old remains of England's king Richard the third under parking lot.
Researchers say tests on the skeleton unearthed last year proved beyond a reasonable doubt that it is it that of the king indicted 1485.
Talk about the -- so he was a hunchback.
Well he had twisted minds go -- sideways and expect his friend Malcolm got but -- so he did walk funny -- his side and this seems to match up.
And it shows you when we so those beautiful pictures of the skeleton reassembled how with the 500 years.
The whole -- was an excellent condition and and it shows that what happened is over the centuries -- didn't get into it.
Wouldn't give -- it's usually rain water -- ground -- what causes destruction of bone.
And but just amazing -- because.
Please -- always asking the medical examiner for the that was -- -- -- bodies some what's nobody gonna look like right and it's always has to be we don't know if we find them because we don't know conditions there are on the ground.
Somebody state excellent for 500 years.
Many will deteriorate within a year.
They apparently they say he's the last king to die in battle.
It is it's spyware so twisted how could even fight would -- without a debilitating thing nobody back there and fight.
Very -- -- so wasn't debilitating than than not the you're still leaves no carrier sword and all that.
Is that what you wanted to horse so badly he was gonna give up his whole kingdom for port.
-- he acquainted to Shakespeare but there's no movement that.
He was defamed by Shakespeare and many of the other -- but the thing that gets me most interest thing.
Is that they say -- -- upon him by DNA.
He can't identify somebody 500 years ago unless it was rules through females was that mitochondria DNA stays the same holes and males -- -- it.
-- Y chromosome stays the same.
But when you have entered in five and he is a little different people and you have.
One -- a mother one's a father change did the DNA.
Track gets destroyed.
Furniture in their line.
Well I I think that it's.
Unlike yet I I think that -- over interpreting whatever they signed because.
The DNA changes with the each generation right and one of the big -- it changes his as a real concern that a lot of the -- don't really belong in the long became.
From other people.
Of males and females all right so that.
That there was a problem pilots I would take a break but we'll come back I -- if -- to talk to doctor Bob about more stuff.
Also like special.
I don't talk -- moving the -- which comes out -- -- it's a true story of a contract killer Richard Kirkland ski.
Who -- as those victims in freezers to disguise their time of death.
Doc about you played a bit of a role in this whole sordid tale yeah actually I hit -- hit kill bid a 10200 people.
But he was tried only for.
It makes in 1988.
And I testified against him for the prosecution.
To people who -- by cyanide that he had the right field.
And he was convicted and and then he was in jail for about eight years -- so.
And he was about to testify against Sammy the bull gravano.
So there's a lot of concern that may be revived and and that case and one way.
He wasn't it has so that they then.
I thought that maybe he had been poisoned his widow his widow.
Who was the courtroom when I was listening and husband called me and asked if I -- -- records but it -- who've been -- and turned out that he died of natural causes.
And so it's good to get him get a from both instantly now how that he would he would put victims in a big -- freezer talk about that yet what he killed.
He killed essentially -- deaths word.
Mostly no women and mostly involved in illegal activity.
Purchasing -- purchase some.
Drugs from a pharmacist.
And -- -- giving the money shot him and he put it in -- freezer for two years.
And it did it and he said he told the undercover agent so to make it.
Difficult for the medical exams tell when the time of death was -- Right bodies that Nixon condition he took it out of summertime he.
Puts it in New York State it was a in the ground found on the ground looked like you -- just yesterday.
The only problem was when the bodies opened up.
The organs are still frozen sort of figured out that there's some definite season makes sense here and that's -- reasons who have the -- That's unbelievable so are they got Michael Shannon for from boardwalk empire a -- what other things that he's playing -- -- in the movie to any thoughts on that.
It was an at all I'm not too familiar with him unfamiliar with who could -- of course he was six feet five inches -- -- hello.
I'm there to say yes 300 pounds I don't think he's not 300 -- he was a very intimidating guy and did just think it was an eight.
I've testified he gets a lot of the mafia type people he was really -- but it's inconclusive and the feeling I get is when they look at me I don't feel threatened or anything.
They just that -- it and you do good job and my Phillies who have finished I'd wanna go over and say how to do -- -- -- -- you're sick twisted man has always doctor -- and thank you for the compliment.
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