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  • 01:00

    Felony Records

    in Music

    Hot music AND MORE FUNNY SH*T BY FELONY RECORDS FEAT. MOOKMEAN N FLAMES AND WE GIVIN AWAY CONDOMS 2NITE FOR U DIRTY DICK NIGGAS LOL

  • 00:59

    Episode #11: Felony Foxx Part II

    in Entertainment

    Join us as UWF Hall of Famer, Felony Foxx takes Off the Rails Radio hostage!!!! She is upset the Scott Diamond has broken her record of most listened to interview on Off the Rails Radio. We are going to discuss the UWF Hall of Fame Show at length amoung other things. Join us LIVE Monday Night at 9PM

  • 00:33

    Percy Isgitt Arrested on Felony Charges. Flight Risk With 250,000 Bail

    in Politics Progressive

    High flight risk Houston Criminal Attorney Percy Lawayne Isgitt was arrested February 26, 2015 for MISAPP / FIDUCIARY / FINANCIAL OVER 200K in Harris County Texas. Percy Isgitt was already facing civil charges for stealing $275,000 from his lifelong family friends the Jordan Family. Isgitt's recent legal troubles include being sued by Amercian Express for $24,000 followed by his wife of 50 years divorcing him in January, the highly public fraud he committed against his best friends and now being arrested.  Amanda Brooks and  Jill Brenneman have been public about the physical, emotional, sexual and financial crimes against them by Isgitt but Brooks and Brenneman struggled to gain mainstream respect because we are sex workers. Amanda and Jill explain one of Isgitt's probably motives for stealing these funds. In the Spring of 2014, after the funds were stolen, Isgitt hired surveiilance of Jill. The surveillance team eventually beat Jill, who now suffers a terminal medical illness as complications from these beatings. Isgitt has continously attempted to find Amanda Brooks location from friends. If given the chance Isgitt will likely jump bail to Puerto Penasco, Mexico with the assistance of his Phoenix based agent and proxie, a convicted felon private investigator. Vast documentation of Percy's Isgitt's emails to Amanda, and Jill  including Brooks documenting the entire case prior to his arrest on her blog "After Hours"  Stunning details revealed in this Episode of XXBN

  • 00:39

    Dare To Dream "Who Said A Felony Would Control Your Destiny"

    in Motivation

    Join us in our chat with Donny R McCuien, author of "Who Said A Felony Would Control Your Destiny".  Don't miss this  Informative, inspirational, motivational, transparent and empowering conversation.  Hear his compelling story after discovering true freedom for the first time while behind bars.  McCuien believes that there is no system or prognosis that has the power to curse whom God has blessed.  Hear a true story of overcoming faith and redemption and living his best life after being charged with a felony..

  • 02:33

    Guilty of Felony Blackness

    in News

    Guilty of Felony Blackness

  • 03:00

    Die 4 Radio "The Drodian Show" With Special Guest Jayo Felony

    in Music

    Die4 Productions & The Hype Magazine Present Die4 Radio. Join Diar Lansky, Madd Phour & Sneek Rothstein & The Die4 Crew as they interview the Best that has ever have done it past and present. Die4 Radio always playing the Best Hip Hop from East To West. For great conversation and a glimpse of True School Hip Hop at it's best, Tune In. Call in at 646-200-4945 Press 1 to speak with host. Tonights Special Guest is West Coast Veteran Jayo Felony.


    The Newest edition to the Die4 radio team. Tune in every Saturday and rock out with Sneek Rothstein. You never know whos gonna be in the building.


     


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    646-200-4945

  • 02:09

    Episode 64: Jayo Felony

    in Music

    West Coast LEgend Jayo Felony will be Live. The San Diego Pioneer will sit down with the Murder Master Music Show

  • 00:31

    Mehlek Pfisha A voice crying out from the CONCRETE JUNGLE

    in Christianity

    Greetings to all God's people I thank each of you for your support of the ministry by allowing us to come into your homes and hearts. My guest tonight is a young man named Mehlek Pfisha A voice crying out from the CONCRETE JUNGLE. His goal is to encourage his lost brothers, whom may still be thrilled by street dreams, the "excitement" of street life and the false sense of honor and respect that plagues our youth through gang violence and gangsta rap.Mehlek Pfisha, born Nathaniel Henry, is a testimony of God merciful grace and rehabilitation.


    From stealing candy bars in corner stores to breaking and entering with intent to commit a felony, Mehlek's life was once full of rebellion, deviancy and mischief. Although born and raised by both his paternal parents, Mehlek found himself constantly in trouble with the law, in school and at home. His life was suddenly shaken after being arrested for burglary in Aug 2005. After pleading guilty to two felonies and a misdemeanor, his 25 years worth of prison charges were reduced to a mere 5 years of probation with time served.

  • 00:45

    DEFENSE AVOIDS STEFFEN MOTION TO DISMISS DENIED

    in News

    Trial of DA Harris and DA investigator Jacobson has been continued until July 27 2015.


    Tampering with the jury is a felony, the court can only deal with contempt.


    So far no agency is available to charge the two law enforcement officers with a felony.


    The decision could be made that Harris and Jacobson be suspended without pay until the matter is resolved.

  • 00:19

    BIA’s position on the INA 212 Waiver for lawful permanent residents who adjusted

    in Legal

    BIA’s position on the INA 212 Waiver for lawful permanent residents


    In a recent decision, Matter of J-H-J-, 26 I & N Dec. 563 (BIA 2015), the Board of Immigration Appeals held, An alien who adjusted status in the United States, and who has not entered as a lawful permanent resident, is not barred from establishing eligibility for a waiver of inadmissibility under section 212(h) of the Immigration and Nationality Act, 8 U.S.C. § 1182(h) (2012), as a result of an aggravated felony conviction. Matter of E.W. Rodriguez, 25 I&N Dec. 784 (BIA 2012), and Matter of Koljenovic, 25 I&N Dec. 219 (BIA 2010), withdrawn.


    When Congress amended the immigration laws a few years ago, it disallowed green card holder the ability to cancel deportation if that person committed an aggravated felony. For a number of years now, the various federal circuit courts of appeals struggled with the issue of whether a person who adjusted status in the US is still eligible for a discretionary waiver after committing an aggravated felony.  Most circuits (2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, 7th, 9th, 10, & 11th). The 8th circuit said no, Roberts v. Holder. The 1st circuit has not decided that issue. The BIA in a minor holding said that since most circuits (9 out of 11 said yes it have to create uniformity through the country. If you consular processed for your green card, no waiver is available for an aggravated felony.  


    Marcus Jarvis, Immigration & Criminal attorney. www.m-jlawltd.com


    Book: “A Simple Guide to the Immigration Laws of the United States: What you NEED to know when you come to America.” www.a-tbooks.com and www.amazon.com 

  • 01:31

    BLACK people who served time for Crime, still paying the price Today when freed

    in Music

    BLACK people  who served time for Crime, still paying the price Today when freed


    There will never be a revolutionary movement in this country that doesn’t fully unleash and give expression to the sometimes openly expressed, sometimes expressed in partial ways, sometimes expressed in wrong ways, but deeply, deeply felt desire to be rid of these long centuries of oppression [of Black people]. There’s never gonna be a revolution in this country, and there never should be, that doesn’t make that one key foundation of what it’s all about.

    Bob Avakian, Chairman of the 
    Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, 


    A growing number of states are pushing inmates out of prison in early release programs designed to reduce overcrowding and save money. But faced with a tight job market and few employers willing to hire someone with a criminal record, many former inmates are likely to end up right back behind bars.


    Last month, California began releasing prisoners deemed at low risk for re-offending. Colorado, Oregon, Kentucky and Connecticut, all wracked with budgetary issues, have instituted similar moves as a way to cut costs, while others, including Michigan and Mississippi, are considering similar initiatives.