South Florida video production green screen studio covering the latest developments in the brazen NY Prison breakout where two convicted killers escaped from a maximum security prison as seen in the movie “Shawshank Redemption.” Our Fort Lauderdale remote, uplink studio welcomed back, former jewel thief, federal inmate turned motivational speaker, author, crime analyst, and honorary police officer, Larry Lawton. Larry was on the Fox Business Network “After The Bell” with Melissa Francis, giving viewers an up close look at what life is like behind bars. Larry brought homemade items that prisoners make in their cells such as a tattoo gun, underwear they make into a rope and other survival items. Larry explains to the audience that the inmates who escaped are extremely patient, resourceful, in addition to being mastermind manipulates. Lawton’s real life experience as a former federal inmate gives him the rather unique perspective and insight into the inner thinking and analysis of these prisoners who broke out of prison and have managed to allude law enforcement thus far. Lawton co authored the book “Gangster Redemption” a true life story of his own life as a notorious jewel thief, federal inmate and later reformed man who now serves as a motivational speaker, lecturer and crime fighting and prevention advocate.
Our South Florida video production studio is covering the story of a man who was beaten by Orlando Police, following a domestic dispute he had with a girlfriend. The alleged victim, Noel Carter, and his attorney, Patrick Lawlor, a civil trial lawyer and sports agent, were our studio guests live on CNN’s New Day show earlier this morning telling their version of the events that transpired outside a downtown Orlando nightclub. Video has surfaced showing Mr. Carter being repeatedly kicked by police as he sat down on a sidewalk outside the nightclub. Police say the video only shows part of the story, that Mr. Carter was the aggressor and intoxicated and resisted arrest. Noel strongly denies those claims and any allegation that he had any physical contact whatsoever with his girlfriend. Noel says the two were engaged in a “public disagreement” and that it was the police who actually escalated the situation to the point where he was beaten and tased for no reason. In fact, Mr. Carter says he feared for his life and ran away from the police with his hands up in the air, signaling to them he was being submissive.
Noel says he was invited by his female companion to attend dinner and a concert in Orlando. He says he drank a few drinks at dinner (as one would enjoy some drinks in a casual and social setting) and that he was not intoxicated at all. Noel points to his girlfriend’s police statement that she does not mention any physical contact or abuse by him. He further states that it wasn’t until police arrived that she began to cry and that the police, instead of diffusing the situation, made it worse.
Noel and his attorney attorney are pursuing criminal charges against the officers.
South Florida Green Screen Studio (servicing Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach) covering the news of Former Speaker of The House Dennis Hastert accused of sexual abuse. Our Fort Lauderdale remote, uplink studio welcomed back, Broward County Sex Crimes Prosecutor Stacey Honowitz, who was live on CNN’s Erin Brunett Out Front along with CNN Legal Analyst Paul Callan.
A woman named Jolene Reinbolt came forward and told ABC News in an exclusive interview that Hastert sexually abused her brother, Steve for years when the Former Speaker of the House was a wrestling coach at Yorkville High School in Illinois.
Last month, Dennis Hastert was indicted on federal charges of evading bank regulations and lying to the FBI. The indictment says Hastert agreed to pay $3.5 million to an individual in Yorkville, Illinois to keep secret a previous past sexual misconduct. He is accused of withdrawing hundreds of thousands of dollars, then lying to the FBI about it. The indictment does not reveal the identity of the individual with whom Hastert allegedly met.
Hastert is scheduled to ne arraigned in U.S. Federal Court in Chicago on Tuesday June 9th.
Hastert served as Speaker of the House from1999 to 2007.