SCOTUS Leaker Investigation Fails, Baldwin Charges, and Idaho Latest, with Ilya Shapiro, Viva Frei, Brian Entin, and James Fitzgerald | Ep. 476
Megyn Kelly is joined by Ilya Shapiro, author of "Supreme Disorder," to discuss the SCOTUS leaker investigation ending with zero answers, how someone needs to be held accountable, who would be incentivized to not identify the leaker, and more. Then Viva Frei, lawyer and YouTuber, joins to talk about prosecutors bringing charges against Alec Baldwin for involuntary manslaughter in the movie set shooting, whether they have a case, how Baldwin could be facing a minimum of five years in prison, what his specific responsibilities were as the producer, whether Baldwin actually meant to pull the trigger, the significance of him saying "I shot the gun" to police, and more. Finally we turn to the latest in the Idaho murders with Brian Entin of NewsNation and James R. Fitzgerald, retired FBI criminal profiler, to discuss what we learned from the search of Kohberger's apartment, the possibility that social media accounts supposedly belonging to Bryan Kohberger may be fake, the significance of Kohberger’s veganism, the gloves found in his apartment, his potential motivation, why there may not have been a sexual assault, the lack of sophistication of the actual crime but inclusion of "counter measures," and more.
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Hey, Megyn: Your take on this (failure to find the SCOTUS leaker) is spot on. I love when you get fired up. Thank you.