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May 11, 2017 03:35 PM PDT

A brand new monthly feature on Spaced Out Radio features Elizabeth April, with Stay Connected. A graduate from McMaster University with a double major honours in Political Science and Communication Studies, Elizabeth is also a certified Life Coach Practitioner under the CCF. Regardless of her accredited skills, she was born with special gifts to see peoples energy and heal them through information.

Elizabeth has gained a strong online presence of 25,000+ across all social media outlets which is growing at a rapid pace. Whether you're receiving an individual reading, following her channel on YouTube or sitting in her audience, the information channelled through Elizabeth April will leave you feeling in tune with the limitless possibilities existing within the universe.

May 11, 2017 01:16 AM PDT

Woman says she was forced to pee in a cup at her seat on a United Airlines flight. Man accused of murder asks to show penis to jury in oral-sex choking defense - Wright was Broward’s chief medical examiner from 1980 until 1994. Since then he has testified in hundreds of cases, usually for the defense in criminal cases. He declined to comment Friday.

If the disrobing were to take place, Padowitz requested that it happen outside of public view, with only Broward Circuit Judge Michael Ian Rothschild, lawyers, a bailiff, the jury and the defendant present, according to the motion filed May 1. “It’s a desperate man trying a desperate tactic," said Marquinez’s son, Omar Andrade, 41, who lives in New York. “He’s just trying to get off the hook.”

He described his mother as kind, friendly and independent. Andrade said he met Patterson only once or twice, shortly after Marquinez began dating him in the summer of 2015. “I didn’t think anything of him in particular,” he said. His mother’s death and Patterson’s murder charge were a shock, he said. She never gave Andrade any indication that there was something dangerously amiss.

Marquinez’s neighbors in Margate’s Royal Palm Garden community, Eddie and Christianne Pathik, said Marquinez was unhappy in her relationship with Patterson. “Two days before she died, they were arguing, shouting at each other,” Eddie Pathik said, translating for his Portuguese-speaking wife. “She was trying to break off the relationship.”

No hearing date has been set for the motion, and the Broward State Attorney’s Office has declined to comment about the case. Patterson is charged with second-degree murder, with jury selection scheduled to begin May 15.

Brooklyn defense lawyer Joyce David, who has used another variation of the rough sex defense, said the challenge lies in handling the probable backlash, both in public opinion and, more importantly, from the jury. “The backlash is something you need to get in front of during the jury selection process,” she said.

David’s client in a 2009 case was accused of raping a woman and killing her. The defense was that the woman died during rough sex play with someone else — that her client had nothing to do with it. The jury rejected her argument.

Told about Patterson’s defense, David said the idea of having a client disrobe in front of a jury is probably unnecessary. “Really, couldn’t they just make a mold or something?”

Padowitz said he’s considering that approach if the judge turns down his request.

According to arrest records, Patterson called Padowitz before police discovered the victim’s body. Padowitz contacted police and told them to search the victim’s apartment. Once inside, police found the body. Marquinez had already been dead between eight and 24 hours.

According to the autopsy, Marquinez showed no signs of trauma — there were no bruises on her neck. But the autopsy also notes that the body was in an early stage of decomposition, making some bruising more difficult to detect with certainty. The medical examiner was unable to reach a definitive conclusion about the cause and manner of death.

“It is rare in a murder case that the medical examiner can’t say the manner of death is a homicide,” Padowitz said.

Without Patterson’s statements to a daughter and a friend, Padowitz said, prosecutors wouldn’t have a case. Patterson told his daughter in a text message that he “did something bad.” He later told a friend, “I choked her. I choked Francisca.”

“He said he choked her,” said Padowitz. “He never said he strangled her.”

A British man, Philip Martins, attempted an identical defense in a 2011 murder case. He’s now serving a life sentence.

May 10, 2017 05:22 PM PDT

Renegade Nation Carl Higbie Fox News joins Richie and Sammy via Skype to talk about the FBI and Health Care. Renegade Nation Always Remember Marla Keppler Co-Founder Renegade Talk Radio

May 10, 2017 02:40 PM PDT

Donald Trump flexes his presidential muscle and fires FBI Director James Comey. You'd think the looney left would be happy. But guess what, they're not. Shocker. Also, Barack Obama uses every gas-guzzling vehice imaginable on his way to a summit on... global warming. While there, he takes the opportunity to warn the Italians about the dangers of cows farts. You can't make this stuff up. Listen to The Ryno Report LIVE, Monday-Friday on Renegade Talk Radio

May 09, 2017 05:12 PM PDT

Hello Renegade Nation.  This show concerns the ongoing saga of the ongoing Battle of Bunkerville in 2014.  The Bundy’s and their co-defendants have been languishing in prison while awaiting their various trials.  These defendants have not been granted their due process of the pre-trial granting of bail to await their trials and have been imprisoned now for close to two years.  They have not been convicted of anything, nor did they harm anyone or any property, they just took a righteous stand against the abuses they suffered from the federal Bureau of Land Management Agency after two decades of seeking address and remedy at the county, state and federal levels to no avail.  Cliven, Ammon and Ryan Bundy, as well as the other defendants in the Nevada trials are now detained at the private corporate owned Nevada Southern Detention Facility in Pahrump, Nevada.  I give you a quick update as to the first trial which resulted in the judge calling a mistrial.
But most importantly this show covers the recent incident that happened to Ammon Bundy late last week where he is currently incarcerated at the detention facility in Pahrump – which I can only describe as the torture of a prisoner of war.  The outrageous actions and abuse described herein needs the public’s awareness because this is the current state of affairs in prisons across this country, whether public or private prisons.
Thanks for listening, Renegade Nation – as always, Everly Isbe


May 09, 2017 09:31 AM PDT

Mother’s Day is this weekend, which means it’s time to celebrate the hottest mother/daughters who’ve both gone naked on screen! On the boob tube, Yetide Badaki is sucking more lovers into her vagina on American Gods, while the return of Sense8 brings us a brand new season of boobs and stunning nudecomer full frontal. Former Downton Abbey star Lily James makes her T&A debut in The Exception on VOD, and we look forward to upcoming nudes from Elisabeth Moss and Jessica Biel. Last but not least, horror maestro Lloyd Kaufman checks in with Mr. Skin and Andrea at the AVNs.

May 09, 2017 09:17 AM PDT

Michael Huntington is an investigator and researcher of all things paranormal. From his studies of ghostly and UFO phenomenon, Michael has travelled around the United States learning the legends of the strange tales people have to share.

May 08, 2017 04:20 PM PDT

In the wake of the French elections, should America think twice about doing business with a country that throws away its sovereignty? Also while freedom and liberty run through the blood of every American, servitude and apathy control Europeans. And, President Trump is about to appoint over 120 Federal Judges, thanks to the unintended bipartisan work of Sens. Reid and McConnell. Listen to The Ryno Report LIVE, Monday-Friday on Renegade Talk Radio

May 07, 2017 05:59 PM PDT

Welcome Renegade Nation it’s me Naughty Nicole and it’s time for another Renegade Review. And we’re going to be looking at NBC’s attempt to win back their throne for must see TV with a new sitcom called Great News. And the first thing you’ll notice about this new show is the disturbing similarities to 30 Rock and The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and you wouldn’t be wrong. With Great News though, we’re following a news producer, Katie, played by Briga Heelan who we find has an unnatural attachment to her mother who has her work life disrupted when her boss hires as an intern for the news station, her loving and overbearing mom played by the great Andrea Martin. And while the focus is news versus late night, the frustrated goofball at the center of a constantly careening television production has a familiar tone.

From a genetic perspective, the similarities make some sense. Great News was created by Tracey Wigfield, who's written for 30 Rock and The Mindy Project, and its executive produced by Tina Fey and Robert Carlock. That makes it Fey and Carlock's EP follow-up to Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, their follow-up to, of course, 30 Rock itself. And if Katie's mom is her Tracy Jordan — the unstoppable force that suddenly upends an already delicate work environment — then her Jenna Maroney is Portia played by Nicole Richie, as the brazenly needy and overconfident co-anchor who constantly frustrates Chuck, the puffed-up anchor played by John Michael Higgins at the center of the show. Admittedly, the entire cast doesn't map that neatly, but when you hear the music from Jeff Richmond and Giancarlo Vulcano — who also scored 30 Rock and Kimmy Schmidt — you'd be forgiven for thinking you're back in Liz Lemon World. And that's not a bad thing at all.

Like 30 Rock, Great News is a joke-based comedy. That might seem self-evident, but it's not, really. As comedies have become more tonally experimental and often much darker, the visual goofs and quick hits that are part of the Fey/Carlock house style executed so well here by Wigfield can't be taken for granted. The fact that the equivalent of the Kathie Lee/Hoda pairing in Katie's world is called Morning Wined Up With Kelly and Mary Kelly is just silly fun; it's a bit that proudly disclaims thematic ambition. It's the kind of comedy with jokes in it.

May 06, 2017 02:57 PM PDT

CrimeCops: Woman, 23, Charged In Sex Attack On Cabbie
Ohioan is jailed on rape and robbery counts --- His Penis Extension Broke — And 9 More Crazy Reasons People Divorced --- Sammy and Naughty Nicole

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