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The case was closed in 2006.

So then why'd the Portland police decide to re open a case against former Vice President Gore - some four years later?

That was the question asked of Randy Zelin - Former NY Prosecutor and Criminal defense attorney - by Roger at KFAB in Omaha, NE.


"The only thing that could possibly pique the interest of law enforcement or a prosecutor - has to be some piece of forensic evidence - which would link former Vice President Gore not only to being in the room but having engaged in some kind of sexual activity which would be consistent to what this woman has been saying."

The woman - a massage therapist - claims she was assaulted by Gore.

Gore denies the allegations. 

Also buzzing on the airwaves today:

The President stressing the need for immigration reform yesterday at Washington DC's American University.

So - what's his plan?


"He said a few things that might be considered a plan. But mostly what he was saying is that he wanted a broader comprehensive approach that included beefing up the border. This speech was - I think - directed more at politics than at practice."

That was Fox News Political Analyst Jeff Birnbaum speaking with Vic at WRPW Normal, IL.

Without an immigration overhaul - the President warned there could be a "patchwork" of LOCAL immigration laws similar to that passed by Arizona.

I'm Jessica Curtis - and that's your talk radio buzz, from Fox News Radio.