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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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Las Sandinistas

7/18/2024
¡Las Sandinistas! uncovers the untold stories of women who shattered barriers to lead combat and social reform during Nicaragua’s 1979 Sandinista Revolution, and the ensuing US-backed Contra War, as these same women continue as leaders in the struggle against their current government's suppression of democracy and women's rights. The film is centered around the personal stories of Dora Maria Téllez, the young medical student who became a major Sandinista General, and four of her revolutionary allies - Nicaraguan women who overcame traditional gender barriers and subverted stereotypes to lead rebel troops in battle and reshape their country with landmark social reform. ¡Las Sandinistas! exposes a watershed moment in history when thousands of women transformed society’s definition of womanhood and leadership before facing renewed marginalization by their male peers after the wars ended. Now, 35 years later, amidst staggering levels of gender violence in Nicaragua, these same women brave the streets once again to lead popular movements for equality and democracy. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:01:00:20

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World Wildlife Fund front for Intelligence & paramilitary operations

7/18/2024

Duration:01:00:16

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Q Anon , TRW, CIA, NICS ....XYZ

7/17/2024
Falcon & The Snowman Everyone knows Christopher Boyce (Falcon) worked at a top secret facility with a top security clearance where he worked with National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) transmissions. But did you know that was TRW? The Credit Reporting Agency? Your credit score is calculated by a company that has access to top secret satellite communications. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:00:54:51

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Mr Magoo. Mr Assange , Winter Kills TRW , CIA

7/17/2024
Falcon & The Snowman Everyone knows Christopher Boyce (Falcon) worked at a top secret facility with a top security clearance where he worked with National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) transmissions. But did you know that was TRW? The Credit Reporting Agency? Your credit score is calculated by a company that has access to top secret satellite communications. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:00:59:51

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Cait Boyce : Falcon & The Snowman / Kristin Beck Trangender Navy SEAL

7/16/2024

Duration:02:01:04

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The Untold Story of the Falcon and the Snowman Part 3

7/16/2024
The literary sequel to The Falcon and the Snowman that answers the question: What happened to Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee after they were sent to prison? "A compelling narrative of survival and redemption." —Robert Lindsey, author of The Falcon and the Snowman Forty years before the names Snowden and Manning entered the world’s cultural lexicon, Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee became America’s youngest convicted spies—condemned to federal prison in 1977 for their roles in one of the most highly publicized espionage cases in Cold War history. Yet the story of their crime, as told in the book and movie The Falcon and the Snowman, was only the beginning. Locked away in some of the country’s most violent and inhospitable prisons, Boyce and Lee survived repeated attempts on their lives and years of solitary confinement before a young and idealistic paralegal, Cait Mills, attempted to put them on the path to freedom. Diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, Mills’ determination to continue her work while battling the illness ultimately changed all three of their lives. American Sons: The Untold Story of the Falcon and the Snowman is an incredible true story told by the people who lived it—a narrative of survival against impossible odds, a case study on the indomitability of the human spirit, and a testament to the transformative power of forgiveness. The 40th anniversary edition of American Sons includes new and expanded content, including numerous articles written by Christopher Boyce for the Minneapolis Star Tribune during the late '80s and early '90s that shed stark light on life behind prison walls. Winner of the 2017 International Publisher Award for best biography. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:01:02:28

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The Untold Story of the Falcon and the Snowman Part 2

7/16/2024
The literary sequel to The Falcon and the Snowman that answers the question: What happened to Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee after they were sent to prison? "A compelling narrative of survival and redemption." —Robert Lindsey, author of The Falcon and the Snowman Forty years before the names Snowden and Manning entered the world’s cultural lexicon, Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee became America’s youngest convicted spies—condemned to federal prison in 1977 for their roles in one of the most highly publicized espionage cases in Cold War history. Yet the story of their crime, as told in the book and movie The Falcon and the Snowman, was only the beginning. Locked away in some of the country’s most violent and inhospitable prisons, Boyce and Lee survived repeated attempts on their lives and years of solitary confinement before a young and idealistic paralegal, Cait Mills, attempted to put them on the path to freedom. Diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, Mills’ determination to continue her work while battling the illness ultimately changed all three of their lives. American Sons: The Untold Story of the Falcon and the Snowman is an incredible true story told by the people who lived it—a narrative of survival against impossible odds, a case study on the indomitability of the human spirit, and a testament to the transformative power of forgiveness. The 40th anniversary edition of American Sons includes new and expanded content, including numerous articles written by Christopher Boyce for the Minneapolis Star Tribune during the late '80s and early '90s that shed stark light on life behind prison walls. Winner of the 2017 International Publisher Award for best biography. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:01:00:20

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The Untold Story of the Falcon and the Snowman Part 1

7/16/2024
The literary sequel to The Falcon and the Snowman that answers the question: What happened to Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee after they were sent to prison? "A compelling narrative of survival and redemption." —Robert Lindsey, author of The Falcon and the Snowman Forty years before the names Snowden and Manning entered the world’s cultural lexicon, Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee became America’s youngest convicted spies—condemned to federal prison in 1977 for their roles in one of the most highly publicized espionage cases in Cold War history. Yet the story of their crime, as told in the book and movie The Falcon and the Snowman, was only the beginning. Locked away in some of the country’s most violent and inhospitable prisons, Boyce and Lee survived repeated attempts on their lives and years of solitary confinement before a young and idealistic paralegal, Cait Mills, attempted to put them on the path to freedom. Diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer, Mills’ determination to continue her work while battling the illness ultimately changed all three of their lives. American Sons: The Untold Story of the Falcon and the Snowman is an incredible true story told by the people who lived it—a narrative of survival against impossible odds, a case study on the indomitability of the human spirit, and a testament to the transformative power of forgiveness. The 40th anniversary edition of American Sons includes new and expanded content, including numerous articles written by Christopher Boyce for the Minneapolis Star Tribune during the late '80s and early '90s that shed stark light on life behind prison walls. Winner of the 2017 International Publisher Award for best biography. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:01:02:47

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The Great Escape

7/15/2024
he Great Escape Oct 19, 2023 Wild story about a fellow that built a motion sensor pipe bomb to kill a hot dog salesman at the Luxor hotel in Las Vegas in 2007 in some kind of lovers triangle. The official story is somehow Duarte winds up in a medium security prison, with a contraband cell phone and a home made device to weaken the steel slats on his window. He scales 4 fences, 2 with razor wire. Walks 37 miles, obtains fake ID and a bus ticket all undetected for 4-5 days. 1210dcda-836c-49d2-96a1-855f97b0e772-PorfirioDuarteHerrer_IGredactedreportrelease.pdf Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:00:19:17

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Libby Handros - Trump - what's the deal?

7/15/2024
Libby Handros - Trump - what's the deal? Nov 2, 2023 Trump: What's the Deal? is an American documentary film about Donald Trump's business projects, finances, and relationships. The documentary film was made for television, but was never broadcast. It was screened in 1991 and released online in 2015. In 1988, work on the documentary film started. It was intended as the first part of a television series about rich and famous Americans. In 1989, the producers were unable to find a TV station that would broadcast the documentary film after syndicator LBS Communications pulled out.Executive producer Ned Schnurman claimed this happened under pressure of Trump, which both Trump and Henry Siegel of LBS denied.[2][1] On July 5, 1991, Trump: What's the Deal? was screened twice in the Bridgehampton Community House in Bridgehampton, New York. In 2015, after Donald Trump announced he would run for president of the United States, TV stations would still not broadcast the documentary. The 80-minute documentary film was then released online with the tagline "The new Trump. The old Trump. The same Trump." Documentary Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:00:35:31

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Is Trump A Fugazy Soveriegn Citizen

7/15/2024

Duration:00:53:04

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Robert Morrow EXPLODES on Roger Stone, Jeffrey Epstein & Donald Trump

7/14/2024

Duration:01:00:51

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Very Fine People , Sean Hannity , Donald Trump, Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy. James A. Fields Jr

7/14/2024

Duration:01:00:00

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Ed Opperman's Sarah/Todd Palin Sex Scandal Case !

7/14/2024

Duration:01:38:23

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Palin Blackmail / Ricks Cabaret in Cassablanca

7/13/2024

Duration:05:00:02

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Trump Private Security Attemps Venezuelan Coup

7/13/2024

Duration:00:56:54

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Sexually Abusive Behavior: Trump & Mell Hall

7/13/2024

Duration:00:59:20

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Cerise Castle - Deputy Gangs inside LASPD

7/13/2024
Cerise Castle - Deputy Gangs inside LASPD 2 days ago A deeply disturbing show about how gangs INSIDE the LA Police department are literally getting away with murder. Cerise Castle is a Los Angeles-based journalist specializing in arts & culture, civil rights, criminal justice, and human interest stories. She wrote the first history of deputy gangs inside the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. She also created, produced and hosted A Tradition of Violence, a podcast detailing the history and criminal activity of deputy gangs. That reporting earned her the 2022 International Women in Media Foundation’s Courage Award, the American Journalism Online Award for the Best Use of Public Records, and the American Mosaic Journalism Prize. In 2024, Castle was a Poynter Fellow at Yale University. She has produced and hosted segments for the Emmy-award winning nightly news program, VICE News Tonight, NPR and nationally syndicated radio program Marketplace. Castle has also produced podcast series for Audible, iHeartMedia, and Wondery. Her reporting and commentary have been featured in ABC, Autre, Capital & Main, The Daily Beast, The Los Angeles Times, The LAnd, Los Angeles Magazine, MTV, National Public Radio (NPR), Salon and Vanity Fair.is a Los Angeles-based journalist specializing in arts & culture, civil rights, criminal justice, and human interest stories. She wrote the first history of deputy gangs inside the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. She also created, produced and hosted A Tradition of Violence, a podcast detailing the history and criminal activity of deputy gangs. That reporting earned her the 2022 International Women in Media Foundation’s Courage Award, the American Journalism Online Award for the Best Use of Public Records, and the American Mosaic Journalism Prize. In 2024, Castle was a Poynter Fellow at Yale University. She has produced and hosted segments for the Emmy-award winning nightly news program, VICE News Tonight, NPR and nationally syndicated radio program Marketplace. Castle has also produced podcast series for Audible, iHeartMedia, and Wondery. Her reporting and commentary have been featured in ABC, Autre, Capital & Main, The Daily Beast, The Los Angeles Times, The LAnd, Los Angeles Magazine, MTV, National Public Radio (NPR), Salon and Vanity Fair. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:05:00:02

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Casey Gates - Homosexual Prisons

7/12/2024
Casey Gates - Homosexual Prisons An hour ago Casey Gates joins Ed Opperman to talk about the existance, belive it or not, of 'gay prisons' From BBC News Set in one of the coldest and windiest small towns in Australia, Cooma prison holds a dark secret. Not only was it reopened in 1957 with the specific purpose of incarcerating men for "homosexual offences", it was also said to be used as a human testing ground with the ultimate goal of eradicating homosexuality from society. Cooma's jail is believed to have been the only known homosexual prison in the world, according to a new podcast. Until now, even some prison staff say they didn't know the real reason gay prisoners were segregated there. Les Strzelecki, 66, started as a custodial services officer at the prison in 1979, and later set up the Corrective Services Museum in Cooma. He believed inmates were sent there for their own safety. "Cooma was a protective institution. We'd red stamp homosexual prisoners with 'N/A': non-association with mainstream prisons," he tells the BBC. "They were at risk of violence at bigger prisons like Long Bay [in Sydney]." But another former employee, Cliff New, claims it was for less compassionate reasons. He told Audible's podcast series The Greatest Menace that psychologists and psychiatrists were "coming in all the time" after the jail reopened in 1957. He understood these as attempts to convert them: "They were trying to get them on the 'right' track… They reckoned they could cure them." It's also why prisoners were in single cells, he said. "You wouldn't bunk two in together… that was one of our biggest problems - keeping an eye on them," says Mr New, now 94. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/the-opperman-report--1198501/support.

Duration:00:49:28

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2016 Katie Johnson VS Trump / Epstein Rape Lawsuit

7/12/2024

Duration:00:56:23