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Join PI Ed Opperman with expert guests and authors as they discuss true crime stories in the news, conspiracy theories, issues of social injustice and NWO resistance. Follow on Twitter and Instagram @OppermanReport Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

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Join PI Ed Opperman with expert guests and authors as they discuss true crime stories in the news, conspiracy theories, issues of social injustice and NWO resistance. Follow on Twitter and Instagram @OppermanReport Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

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Episodes

May Pang : John Lennon's Lost Weekend

2/22/2024
May Pang : John Lennon's Lost Weekend Monday Nov 9th 730 PM , May Pang is being honored with the Ambassador of Rock Award Le Poisson Rouge 158 Bleeker St. NY http://rockersonbroadway May Pang, world-renowned confidant and companion of John Lennon, has been in the public eye for over three decades. Her career in the music industry spans over 40 years, beginning with Allen Klein's company, ABKCO Industries, the firm which managed the Beatles, Apple Corps. Ltd. and the Rolling Stones besides having an extensive music publishing catalogue which included songs by Sam Cooke. In 1970, Lennon and Yoko Ono hired Pang as their personal assistant. She would eventually become their production coordinator -- playing a key role in records by Lennon, Ono and Harry Nilsson. In 1974, Pang was awarded an RIAA Gold Album Award for her work on Lennon's Walls and Bridges, the #1 hit album which included his first and only #1 single in his lifetime, "Whatever Gets You Thru The Night." She can also be heard singing on "#9 Dream," the second single from the album. In the late 1970s working for Island Records, Pang coordinated all activities related to the release of albums by Robert Palmer, Third World, and Bob Marley and the Wailers. By the early 1980s, she was one of the leading professional managers in the music publishing industry, working with several unknown songwriters and successfully obtaining coverage by such artists as Diana Ross, Judas Priest, The Four Tops, Ullanda McCullough and Air Supply. During this period, Pang decided to set the record straight about her relationship with Lennon. Warner Books published her memoir, Loving John, in 1983. The book detailed her liaison and working association with the late Beatle and shed light on his relationships with his first son, Julian, as well as Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr and George Harrison. During the last two decades, Pang has appeared in every major news and magazine publication worldwide (NY Times, LA Times, Washington Post, The Daily News, UK’s Mail On Sunday, Vogue online, Germany’s Die Seite Drei, Marie Claire, People, etc.) and has been a guest on such national TV shows as Good Morning America, Howard Stern, Good Morning LA, CBS Sunday Morning, Court TV and Entertainment Tonight. Pang has also designed a unique collection of stainless steel Feng Shui jewelry and accent furniture. She has a weekly internet radio show with co-host Cynthia Neilson called Dinner Specials on BlogTalkRadio. Com. Pang continues her consulting work on music for films and is still an advisory board member of Women In Music. She also serves as an advisory board member, along with Julian Lennon, Jeff Bridges to name a few at the Amazon Conservation Team (ACT) organization. ACT deals with saving the rainforest and its indigenous people. This was started by world known ethnobotanist Dr. Mark J. Plotkin and conservationist Liliana Madrigal. In 2008, St. Martin's Press released Instamatic Karma, a collection of Pang's personal photographs of John Lennon. Fine art prints of these portraits have been exhibited in major galleries across the country. Also in the Fall of 2014, she released a book only for the German market called John Lennon & May Pang, Another Love. She had received numerous press coverage in some of Germany’s largest newspaper publications. Pang has lectured and given talks at various events across the country including public libraries and most recently at Berklee College of Music in Boston sponsored in part by the Liberal Arts Dept. While there, she also lectured the John Lennon Songwriting class. She also gave a talk at The Rock & Roll Fantasy Camp in Las Vegas as a Special Guest Speaker. She has also been asked to be a guest speaker along with guests Donovan, Peter Asher, Pattie Boyd and others at The International Beatles Week 2015 in Liverpool this coming August. In this age of “social awareness”, Pang was asked to participate as an artist on a CD called: ALL ABOUT BULLIES…BIG AND...

Duration:02:03:18

just another couple guys with guns

2/22/2024

Duration:00:57:51

Smiley Face Killers / An Open Secret / Runaway Investigations

2/21/2024

Duration:01:59:12

Marlon Ettinger : Prince Andrew Trial, Maxwell, Jean luc Brunnel

2/21/2024

Duration:00:48:20

The Boys in the Bunkhouse: Servitude and Salvation in the Heartland"

2/20/2024
In the tiny Iowa farm town of Atalissa, a group of intellectually disabled men, all from Texas, lived in a tired old schoolhouse. Every morning, well before dawn, they were bussed to a processing plant to eviscerate turkeys in return for food, lodging, and $65 a month. From 1974 until 2009, the men lived in near servitude, enduring increasing neglect, exploitation, and physical and emotional abuse—until state social workers, local journalists, and one tenacious government lawyer helped these men achieve their freedom. New York Times columnist Dan Barry reveals how these men in an Iowa schoolhouse remained nearly forgotten for more than three decades. Drawing on exhaustive interviews, he dives deeply into their lives, recording their memories and suffering, their tender moments of joy and persistent hopefulness—their endurance of harrowing circumstances. Barry explores why this small heartland town remained all but blind to the men’s plight, details how those responsible for such profound neglect justified their actions, and chronicles the lasting impact of a dramatic court case that has spurred advocates—as well as President Obama—to push for just pay and improved working conditions for people with disabilities. A luminous work of social justice, told with compassion and compelling detail, The Boys in the Bunkhouse is inspired storytelling and a clarion call for vigilance—an American tale that holds lasting reverberations for all of us Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:02:16:48

The Boys in the Bunkhouse: Servitude and Salvation in the Heartland

2/20/2024
In the tiny Iowa farm town of Atalissa, a group of intellectually disabled men, all from Texas, lived in a tired old schoolhouse. Every morning, well before dawn, they were bussed to a processing plant to eviscerate turkeys in return for food, lodging, and $65 a month. From 1974 until 2009, the men lived in near servitude, enduring increasing neglect, exploitation, and physical and emotional abuse—until state social workers, local journalists, and one tenacious government lawyer helped these men achieve their freedom. New York Times columnist Dan Barry reveals how these men in an Iowa schoolhouse remained nearly forgotten for more than three decades. Drawing on exhaustive interviews, he dives deeply into their lives, recording their memories and suffering, their tender moments of joy and persistent hopefulness—their endurance of harrowing circumstances. Barry explores why this small heartland town remained all but blind to the men’s plight, details how those responsible for such profound neglect justified their actions, and chronicles the lasting impact of a dramatic court case that has spurred advocates—as well as President Obama—to push for just pay and improved working conditions for people with disabilities. A luminous work of social justice, told with compassion and compelling detail, The Boys in the Bunkhouse is inspired storytelling and a clarion call for vigilance—an American tale that holds lasting reverberations for all of us Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:01:00:18

Creepy Joe Biden

2/19/2024

Duration:01:14:44

Thanks Joe Biden

2/19/2024

Duration:01:01:55

Fake Moon Landing with Bart Sibrel - Adoption Abuse, Malinda Choma's personal story

2/18/2024

Duration:02:00:10

Phillip Crawford Jr. - The Mafia and the Gays

2/17/2024
Phillip Crawford Jr. - The Mafia and the Gays Former NY Lawyer and true crime author Phillip J. Crawford joins Ed Opperman to discuss how the Mafia capitalised on the gay scene at a time when it was illegal and frowned upon. The Mafia and the Gays meticulously documents how the mob controlled gay bars for decades in New York and Chicago due to their once illicit status, and relies upon an extensive collection of primary sources including FBI files many of which were not publicly available until acquired by author Phillip Crawford Jr. through substantive amounts of FOIs. Book: The Mafia and the Gays Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:00:53:45

Lin Wood, Epstein/ Ghislaine Maxwell & The Life of Geraldo Rivera

2/17/2024

Duration:01:05:02

Walter Herbst - It Didnt Start With JFK - 2 Oswald's Different heights

2/16/2024
Author Walter Herbst brings four decades of intensive, comprehensive research to uncovering the truth behind the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, including an analysis of how the manipulations of misguided patriots in the military-industrial complex and intelligence community led inevitably to the events in Dallas, Texas on November 22, 1963. Why did Lee Harvey Oswald ask for the only attorney in America who had represented someone who tried to take over the U.S. government? And why did President Eisenhower warn the nation about a Military-Industrial Complex in his last televised address as President? During the Cold War, the United States looked to curtail the spread of communism by the Soviet Union. “Massive Retaliation” defined U.S. foreign policy. A perpetual war machine was created, made up of major defense contractors and right-wing military generals, whose motivation was greed and to prepare the nation for war. The threat of nuclear holocaust allowed the CIA to grow out of control. They engaged in drug experimentation on innocents, assassinations, and used Mafia drug money to secretly fund their most heinous operations. Not everyone agreed with this. Generals resigned in protest, and there was concern of a possible military government takeover. With Kennedy in office, they would resort to assassination. Despite his Marxist views, young Lee Harvey Oswald associated with Fascists and shared their right-wing ideology. There is physical evidence that Marine Oswald’s defection to the Soviet Union in 1959 was a CIA operation to make it seem he died in Russia. A Soviet “sleeper agent” returned to the U.S., who could blame for any crime. Seventeen months later, JFK was assassinated. Coincidence or conspiracy? Website Walter Herbst How Did Lee Harvey Oswald Lose 2 Inches In Height.pdf AJ Hidell Selective Service Card.jpg Oswald Passport Photo.jpg Minsk Photo.jpg Oswald DOD Card.jpg Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:00:54:17

Harry N. MacLean - Starkweather - The Untold Story of the Killing Spree that Changed America

2/16/2024
On January 21, 1958, nineteen-year-old Charles Starkweather changed the course of crime in the United States when he murdered the parents and sister of his fourteen-year-old girlfriend (and possible accomplice), Caril Ann Fugate, in a house on the edge of Lincoln, Nebraska. They then drove to the nearby town of Bennet, where a farmer was robbed and killed. When Starkweather’s car broke down, the teenagers who stopped to help were murdered and jammed into a storm cellar. By the time the dust settled, ten innocent people were dead, and the city of Lincoln was in a state of terror. Schools closed. Men with rifles perched on the roofs of their houses. The National Guard patrolled the street. If there is a cultural version of PTSD, the town suffered from it. Starkweather and Fugate’s capture and arrest, and the resulting trials about the killing spree, received worldwide coverage. The event would serve as the inspiration for the movie Natural Born Killers and Springsteen’s iconic album Nebraska. Today, the story has dropped far from the national consciousness. With new material, new reporting, and new conclusions about the possible guilt or innocence of Fugate, the tale is ripe for an updated and definitive retelling. In Starkweather, bestselling author Harry N. MacLean tells the story of this shocking event and its lasting impact, a crime spree that struck deep into the heart of the heartland. Harry N. MacLean joins Ed Opperman to discuss this book and more. Book Website Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:00:51:17

DOWN GOES TRUMP! DOWN GOES TRUMP!

2/16/2024

Duration:00:55:20

Annika Mack : Human Trafficking , Carol Chaski : Forensic Linguist

2/15/2024

Duration:02:00:08

SexTrafficking VIA beauty Pageants

2/15/2024

Duration:00:35:24

Eric Garner Civil rights Lawsuit Before Police Murdered Him

2/14/2024

Duration:00:58:52

Cop to Call Girl: Why I Left the LAPD to Make an Honest Living As a Beverly Hills Prostitute

2/14/2024
The author recounts her career with the LAPD, the corruption that caused her disillusionment, and her exploits as a glamorous call girl Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:01:15:21

Charles Upham : Daughter, Misty Upham raped by Weinstein Exec at Golden Globe Awards

2/13/2024
Charles Upham : Daughter, Misty Upham raped by Weinstein Exec at Golden Globe Awards “My daughter, Misty Upham, was a victim of rape by a Weinstein Executive in 2013 at the Golden Globe Awards. The rapist forced her into the men’s room and had his way while other men in formal wear cheered him on as if he were chugging a beer in a contest. As Misty made the walk of shame back to the event, the Exec was given high fives, bragging rights and another notch in his Weinstein Co. belt. What should have been an auspicious occasion for Misty turned into a nightmare of pain, humiliation, fear and anxiety. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:02:02:24

The Other Oswald: A Wilderness of Mirrors

2/13/2024
This book is the story of two men who began an odyssey together that became a thread, which when unraveled, reveals how Cold War paranoia escalated into the death of a president. Robert Edward Webster and Lee Harvey Oswald were manipulated like marionettes on strings of espionage. Unraveling these strings (or threads) may lead us to the puppeteers controlling them. Were these “controllers” orchestrating a series of events that would lead to JFK's assassination? Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:01:00:05