Listen: Harvey Weinstein, Patrick Kelly And Wells discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Eaten wells is facing three charges, including involuntary manslaughter for not informing the public timely manner about a deadly outbreak of legionnaires disease which occurred during the time of Flint's water crisis. The judge this morning deciding that her trial will now proceed prosecutors say that she didn't do enough to warn people about the outbreak caused by the crisis defense attorneys, say wells had no legal duty to warn the public. Michael Cohen for CBS news, Detroit. Five fifty now on WBZ. A new report says the air force failed six times to report information that could have prevented the X airman who killed more than two dozen people at a Texas church from buying a gun. The department of defense inspector general's report detailing Devon, Patrick Kelly's decade long history of violence, and is interesting guns that history culminated in Kelly's November attack on the First Baptist Church in Sutherland springs, the churches, wife and mother-in-law attended while Kelly served in the air force. He was court martialled and sentenced to one year's confinement for assaulting his wife and stepson, he managed to buy four guns after his discharge in two thousand fourteen three of them used in the church attack. The year force was blamed immediately after the shooting for not reporting the assault to the FBI. The conviction would have been a red flag in the mandatory background check when Kelly tried to purchase a gun Harvey. Weinstein is trying again to get sex charges against him dismissed citing what they called quite startling new information defense attorneys asked the judge to dismiss the indictment against Harvey Weinstein and Email appeared to show the woman who accused Weinstein of rape attended a movie screening his invitation just hours after police said the alleged attack occurred, why defense attorneys asked in a letter to the judge would an alleged rape victim. Go out of her way to spend time with a rapist merely hours after she was allegedly attacked the Manhattan District attorney's office declined to comment. Weinstein's defense has said the grand jury should have seen the Email before returning an indictment. Aaron katersky. ABC news,."