This episode was suggested to us by Jeane, a long-time listener. In fact, Jeane was so enthusiastic about this case that she volunteered to write the script, and we took her up on that. Jeane was a federal prosecutor in the San Francisco Bay area for 27 years, focusing primarily on white-collar crimes, before she retired in 2018. She looks forward to the U.S. Department of Justice becoming a nonpartisan institution once again and cherishes the career attorneys who stuck it out.
So, thank you for all your research and hard work, Jeane. This is a fascinating case you brought to our attention and we’re excited to share it with our listeners at the quiet end.
That said, please join us at the quiet end for The Cards He Was Dealt, the story of the life and death of Barry Crane.
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Rest In Love Eric, David, Dwayne, and John. You were wonderful friends and a blessing to this world. We still say, “Squeeze a fruit for Anita.” I hope that makes you laugh.
Following is the opinion of many gay people:
Beware of Fauci. All he did was make himself wealthy and famous at our expense.