the lawyer who said no 60 minutes

by Prof. Immanuel Hoeger V 10 min read

Michael Sherwin, the former acting U.S. attorney for the District of Columbia, said during a “60 Minutes” interview that aired on March 21 that rioters who stormed the U.S. Capitol
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could face sedition charges.
Mar 23, 2021

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Who are the producers of 60 minutes?

Produced by Shari Finkelstein and Nieves Zuberbühler. One of America's most recognized and experienced broadcast journalists, Lesley Stahl has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since 1991. Thanks for reading CBS NEWS.

How long has Lesley Stahl been on 60 minutes?

One of America's most recognized and experienced broadcast journalists, Lesley Stahl has been a 60 Minutes correspondent since 1991. Thanks for reading CBS NEWS. for more features.

Who is the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive today?

Ferencz is the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive today. But he isn't content just being a part of 20th-century history -- he believes he has something important to offer the world right now. "If it's naive to want peace instead of war, let 'em make sure they say I'm naive.

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What happened on January 6th?

The two videos, first obtained by Law & Crime, depict the chaos inside and outside the US Capitol on January 6 as a pro-Trump mob appears to accost Capitol Police officers and eventually begins smashing the windows to enter the federal building en masse. © Screenshot Jacob Chansley standing on scaffolding outside the Capitol building on January 6.

What does the second video of the protests say?

The second video depicts a similar mob near the building, screaming "this is our country!" The protesters begin banging on the windows until they shatter and then start climbing through to enter the building. At the same time, Chansley and several others can be seen entering the building through a door.

Is Rudy Giuliani on cameo?

Rudy Giuliani Has Turned to Celebrity Video-Greeting Service Cameo for Income Rudy Giuliani is now available to record personalized greetings and shoutouts on Cameo, an online platform that allows you to hire famous personalities for personal videos. Giuliani, who has been suspended from practicing law, is selling the service for $199. Earlier this week, the New York Times reported that Giuliani’s friends said he was “close to broke” and faced whopping legal fees in connection with promoting the false claim that Trump really won the election. Inside Edition

Who is the executive producer of 60 Minutes?

One of television’s most powerful men, 60 Minutes Executive Producer Jeff Fager, hired a law firm that boasts about “killing stories” for a Washington Post investigation into him, three sources familiar with the matter told The Daily Beast.

Who was the editor of the Washington Post who spooks you?

Brittain and Carmon were so irate their investigation had been watered down they made their displeasure known to Washington Post Executive Editor Marty Baron, a source told The Daily Beast, adding, “They were pissed.”.

What did Carmon and Brittain say about outside pressures?

Carmon made an apparent reference to such “outside pressures” last month when she and Brittain accepted a Mirror Award for “Best Story on Sexual Misconduct in the Media Industry.”. “The stories that we have been doing are about a system.

What did Clare say about journalists?

Clare said, “We take it as a great compliment that, in a small fraction of our matters, professional journalists have retained our firm.”

What does Clare say about the Daily Beast?

Clare told The Daily Beast: “We’re proud of the pre-publication work we do to make sure that media reports about our clients are truthful and accurate.”

What does the Washington Post say about investigative journalism?

The Washington Post said in a statement it “devotes enormous resources to investigative journalism. Each of the many stories we publish must meet longstanding standards for publication. Outside pressures, legal or otherwise, do not determine what we publish.”.

Who was Clare Locke working with?

At the same time Clare Locke was working with Thrush, one of the Times ’ most recognizable journalists, they were also representing Sarah Palin in a appeal against the Times. Palin accused the newspaper of libel over a opinion piece saying the Republican’s rhetoric led to the assassination attempt on Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in 2011. (Thrush and the Times declined to comment.)

Who said "Some people say I'm crazy"?

Benjamin Ferencz: Of course. Some people say I'm crazy.

Who is the last prosecutor in Nuremberg?

The courtroom was Nuremberg; the crime, genocide; and the defendants, a group of German SS officers accused of committing the largest number of Nazi killings outside the concentration camps -- more than a million men, women, and children shot in their own towns and villages in cold blood. Ferencz is the last Nuremberg prosecutor alive today.

What did Ben Ferencz want to do?

He became the first in his family to go to college, then got a scholarship to Harvard Law School. But during his first semester, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, and he, like many classmates, raced to enlist. He wanted to be a pilot, but the Army Air Corps wouldn't take him.

How old was Benjamin Ferencz?

Benjamin Ferencz: I was so young. I was 27 years old.

Who gave me a bunch of binders?

Benjamin Ferencz: He gave me a bunch of binders, four binders. And these were daily reports from the Eastern Front-- which unit entered which town, how many people they killed. It was classified, so many Jews, so many gypsies, so many others--

Who said you oughta get some more friends?

Benjamin Ferencz: You oughta get some more friends.

Is Benjamin Ferencz going on right this minute?

Benjamin Ferencz: Going on right this minute, yes.

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