Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking to Mark about finally being able to get his haircut in Los Angeles. Then they get into talking about the case of Breonna Taylor, starting with the $12 million settlement her family got. Mark goes on to explain the history and details behind no-knock warrants before examining the legality behind the one issued in this case. This leads Adam and Mark to take a closer look at Judge Mary Shaw, who not only issued the no-knock warrant in this case, but also 4 additional no-knock warrants within a 12 minute span. Before they wrap, the guys discuss the cops involved in this case and which ones are most at fault for what transpired.
Adam and Mark connect from the Phoenix Airport and New York City respectively to discuss the passing Ruth Bader Ginsburg, what it means for the future of the Supreme Court and some curious news coming out of the Los Angeles Mayor’s office.
Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt telling Mark about his recent “first-class” air travel experience to Nashville. Then, Adam plays a news clip for Mark about the Nashville Mayor’s office attempting to hide reports of very low COVID infection numbers coming from bars and restaurants. After that, Adam and Mark question why citizens aren’t more hesitant when it comes to abiding by unnecessary and overbearing COVID restrictions. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark for his thoughts on reports that top members of Robert Mueller’s team wiped their phones after the completion of the Trump/Russia investigation.
Adam opens this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt with a clip of LA County Health Director Barbara Ferrer saying schools won’t open until after the election. Then Mark talks about insurance companies spending an enormous amount of money in court in the hopes of not having to pay out claims for small businesses affected by COVID. Later, Adam and Mark return to Barbara Ferrer’s comments and use them as a possible way that Mark might defeat the insurance lobby in court. Before they wrap, Adam asks Mark about the opening of the Chiefs/Texans game last Thursday, which leads Mark to comment on the hypocrisy of the NFL.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt talking about some of the winners and losers of the COVID pandemic, which leads Mark to explain how big of a racket insurance companies are. Then the fellas discuss Nancy Pelosi getting busted going to a salon. Later, Mark gives an update on the Jacob Blake and Kyle Rittenhouse shootings and before they wrap, Adam and Mark continue to discuss police shootings and scenarios in which it would be justified vs egregious.
Adam and Mark do a deep dive on many of the recent high profile cases being covered in the American media from Breonna Taylor to George Floyd and the more recent cases of Jacob Blake and Kyle Rittenhouse.
Adam and Mark discuss how Mark’s home has been turned into a frat house as of late before moving on to the news of the day that Steve Bannon was arrested for embezzlement. They also discuss the state of Los Angeles business trying to re-open, business owners being harassed and the changes coming to Uber & Lyft’s business in the state of California.
After thanking Mark at the top of the show for lending him his private jet the guys turn to the appeal in the Flynn case and connect it to the recent guilty plea out of FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith. Continuing to connect the dots the guys also review two previous statements by former FBI director James Comey and opine on how they changed from year to year. As the show winds down Adam gets Mark’s opinion on Kamala Harris as a VP pick and they watch a humorous video of Mike Pence at a recent campaign rally.
The show opens with some talk about Hugh Hefner and Bill Cosby as teased in last week’s episode. After exploring the ins and out of Cosby’s accusations and the potential legal action that could be pending, the guys transition into a discussion about hypocrisy launched by the example of former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert. Then conversation then shifts to Donald Trump’s recent comments about Mexican immigrants which leads to a wider conversation about immigration citing the tragedy in San Francisco where a seven time deported illegal immigrant shot an unarmed citizen.
Adam and Mark open this week’s episode of Reasonable Doubt discussing major media outlets reluctance to offer viewpoints alternative to their own. Then Adam tells Mark a harrowing story about a drainage issue at his previous La Canada home, highlighting how stupid and nonsensical city officials can be. This leads to a conversation about human nature and how lack of incentive compromises people’s ability to be effective. Before they wrap, Mark briefly talks about Trump’s recent tweet suggesting that the 2020 Presidential Election should be delayed.
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